Google faces $275 million antitrust fine from Indian regulators, plans legal action

Reuters reported on October 28 that Alphabet’s Google is preparing to file a legal action against Indian regulators last week for a $275 million fine for violating antitrust laws, in the event of a ruling by Indian regulators requiring Google to change its handling of the Android operating system. Way.

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) fined Google a total of $275 million in two decisions last week, one for the company’s policy of charging in-app commissions and the other for abusing its position in the Android operating system market .