That list may be on the verge of growing exponentially. Last Thursday, the New York Times reported, 30 U.S. states' attorneys general held a conference call to decide whether they should join together to launch a comprehensive, shared investigation of Google.
The call was led by Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut's AG and one of the first to investigate the search company. He told the Times that more than the 30 states on the call were interested but that some were unable to call in.
A request for comment was sent to a Google spokesperson and to one of AG Blumenthal's press officers. If we receive responses from either, we will post it here.