back to article Google stops enforcing Play store payment rules in India

India’s Competition Commission last week fined Google a combined $276 million for monopolistic practices in the markets for app stores and mobile operating systems, and called for the company to open its Play store to third-party payment systems or risk further regulatory wrath. Google has now kind-of complied with the demands …

  1. Pascal Monett Silver badge
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    Thank you India

    Now all we need is for every other country to fine Google for $250 million and we might get the PlayStore fees under control.

    1. b0llchit Silver badge

      Re: Thank you India

      Don't forget: every country must fine apple $250 megabucks too.

      Now then, it they do that on a yearly basis for all these big ones, then they would make up for some of the taxes never payed.

      1. Snake Silver badge

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        "Don't forget: every country must fine apple $250 megabucks too."

        Wahaha! Oh, that's funny - like a politician will stop taking the payouts and benefits that Google lobbyists give them??!

        The sun has a better chance of not rising tomorrow.

  2. iron Silver badge

    > The company is also certainly aware of Epic Games' case against Apple

    I'm sure Google is also aware of their own lawsuit from Epic over Play that started around the same time as the fruity one.

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