cci probe against google: cci probe finds google violating regulations; Google accused of violating rules in CCI investigation
- The CCI had ordered an inquiry against Google in April 2019.
- The investigation unit of CCI has submitted its report in this case in about 750 pages.
- The operating system market is dominated by Google’s Android.
The world’s largest search engine Google is abusing its very strong position in the market. This has been revealed in the investigation of Competition Commission of India (CCI). The investigation unit of the CCI has given its report after investigating the matter for two years. It said that the US technology and search engine company is guilty of adopting anti-competitive, unfair and restrictive trade practices.
Google is abusing its dominance in the mobile operating system and its associated market. The CCI had ordered an inquiry against Google in April 2019. The market for mobile phone operating systems is dominated by Google’s Android. It occupies about 98 percent of this market. Many foreign and domestic companies such as Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Paytm, PhonePe, Mozilla, Samsung, Xiaomi, Vivo, Oppo and Karbonn use Google’s products.
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The CCI investigation has accused Google of hurting competition and innovation. It has also been said in this that it is harmful to the market as well as to the consumers. Google does this to maintain its strong hold on Search, Music (YouTube), Browser (Chrome), App Library (Google Play Store) and other key services.
The investigation unit of CCI has submitted its report in this case in about 750 pages. Our associate English newspaper Times of India has seen this report. In this investigation, Google has been accused of forcing mobile phone makers as well as companies that make apps into one-sided contacts.
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In this report, Google was found guilty of violating the provisions of section 4(2)(a)(i), section 4(2)(c), section 4(2)(d) and section 4(2)(e). has gone. This report has been sent to CCI for consideration. If CCI finds Google guilty, it can be fined. He may also be asked to stop his ways.
This is not the first case of Google taking advantage of its strong position. Google has faced scrutiny in many countries of the world. These include powerful countries like America, Europe, Germany and Japan. Google itself is an American company.
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