Google Fined A Mere $5 Billion For Stifling Competition And Illegal Deals According To EU | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Google Fined A Mere $5 Billion For Stifling Competition And Illegal Deals According To EU

By Aaron Kesel

Google was fined a mere $5 billion by the European Union and ordered to change the way it puts search and web browser apps on Android mobile devices in a global record for antitrust penalties, ABC News reported.

According to EU officials, Google’s terms for licensing its full-featured version of its Android OS, requires device makers to pre-install Google apps like Chrome, YouTube, Gmail, Google Maps, and the Play Store. This agreement violates antitrust laws and puts competing products at an unfair disadvantage, they stated...

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