Google vs CCI: Google will have to agree with the government, now Android will see a big change in India


Google has been fined by CCI
The organization was not spared from the Supreme Court.
Now Google will make many changes in its rules

New Delhi. Tech giant Google said on Wednesday that manufacturers will be able to license individual Google apps for pre-installation on smartphones, and Android users will now have the option to select a default search engine on their devices.

The move comes after the Supreme Court refused to grant any interim relief to Google against the order of the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, which upheld an antitrust decision by the Competition Commission of India (CCI).

The CCI imposed a penalty of Rs 1,337.76 crore on Google for anti-competitive practices and Rs 936.44 crore on the company for abusing its dominant position through Play Store policies.

Google said these things through a blog post
In a blog post, Google said: ‘We take our commitment to comply with India’s local laws and regulations very seriously. CCI’s recent directives for Android and Play require us to make significant changes for India and today we have informed CCI how we will comply with their directives.

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Google said the company is making the necessary changes. Making these changes is a complex process. This will require the efforts of all partners, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMS) and developers.

The company has listed several important changes that Google will make to its platform and business in India. For example, OEMs will be able to license individual Google apps for pre-installation on their devices Similarly, Indian users will now have the option to select their default search engine through the preferences screen. This option will soon be visible to users when setting up a new smartphone or Android tablet in India The company will bring many more similar changes.

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