Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL, -0.61% GOOG, -0.61% Google is the subject of a new EU antitrust investigation over its data-collection practices, Reuters reported Saturday. “The preliminary investigation is ongoing,” an unnamed European Commission official told Reuters. EU regulators have slapped Google with fines totaling more than $8 billion in recent years over antitrust issues. Reuters reported the latest probe involves local search services, online ads and ad targeting, login services, web browsers and more. Google is also facing antitrust investigations by the U.S. Justice Department and reportedly 48 states.