Google Fined ₹1,337 Crore in India
Despite its dominant position, Google is fined $1,337 crore by the CCI for abusing it.
The company was fined for abusing its dominant position in the Android mobile device ecosystem in multiple markets.
A monetary penalty of Rs 1337.76 crore has been imposed on Google by the Competition Commission of India (CCI).
According to the report, Google's business is driven by the "ultimate intent of increasing users".
Android devices shouldn't be forced to pre-install Google services.
Additionally, Google was asked to provide fair access to all stakeholders.
In the Android ecosystem, Google abused its dominant position in multiple markets.
The Competition Commission of India (CCI) for Google to modify its conduct.
MADA and the Anti Fragmentation Agreement (AFA) were the subject of allegations of unfair business practices.
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