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Fresh from fining Google $162 million for abusing its Android monopoly, India's Competition Commission has announced it will fine Google another ₹936.44 crore ($114 million) for anti-competitive practices in relation to its Play store. An announcement from the Commission reasons that if Google has a mobile OS monopoly, and the …

  1. TeeCee Gold badge

    On a related note..

    I live in hope that some regulator, somewhere will wake up and notice the change that Google made to its Ts&Cs earlier this year.

    That's the one where the only place allowed to sell eBooks via an app is, er, the Google Playskool itself.

    That's deliberate, monopolistic practice if ever there was.

    Of course they're not evil..... like Sauron.....

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