The European Commission is likely to fine technology giants Google what will be a record fine of €1.1 billion.

Google is accused of placing its Shopping Box at the top of search results, making other shopping websites less visible.

It is the first time Google will face a sanction for how its search engine works, with a decision to be made on Wednesday.

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The European Commission will also reportedly be demanding a change in Google’s practices.

“We continue to engage constructively with the European Commission, and we believe strongly that our innovations in online shopping have been good for shoppers, retailers, and competitors,” Google commented.

The highest fine ever imposed by the European Union to a company for abusing its position €1.06 billion against Intel Corp. in 2009.

Google’s smartphone operating system, Android, is also being sued by EU Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager.