Google vs CCI Supreme Court: The tone of the world’s leading tech company Google is seen changing on Friday. Google got a big blow from the Supreme Court only yesterday, the effect of which can be clearly seen today. Google has said to cooperate with the Competition Commission of India (CCI). It may be known that the Supreme Court had justified the decision of CCI fine on Google. Learn about the case in detail….
In lieu of the Supreme Court’s decision
According to media reports, after the Supreme Court refused to stay the order of the Competition Commission of India, Google said that it is reviewing the decision and is cooperating with the commission. A Google spokesperson says the company is reviewing Thursday’s decision of the Supreme Court. This judgment is confined to seeking interim relief and has not passed any judgment on the merits of our appeal.
Played an important role in the digital age
Google spokesperson says that Indian consumers and phone manufacturers have greatly benefited from the Android ecosystem. He has played an important role in the digital era of India. He said that we are committed to our users and partners and will cooperate with CCI as per our appeal.
what the court said
The Supreme Court has refused to interfere with the interim order of the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) to deposit 10 per cent fine by Google. The court has sent Google’s petition back to the tribunal. The court has asked to take a final decision on the matter by March 31, 2023.
Deposit 10% of the fine
The Supreme Court on Thursday heard the petition filed against Google’s fine of Rs 1,337 crore. The Supreme Court had given Google India one week i.e. only 7 days to comply with the NCLAT order. A bench of Supreme Court Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and Justices PS Narasimha and JB Pardiwala upheld the penalty imposed by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) on American firm Google. Has been given 7 days to deposit 10 percent of Rs.
what is the whole matter
Last year in October 2022, the CCI had also imposed a fine of about Rs 2,200 crore on Google, accusing it of hurting the competition. Of this, a fine of Rs 1,337.76 crore was imposed for misusing the Android system used in 97 per cent mobile phones. At the same time, a fine of Rs 936 crore has been imposed regarding the policies related to the Play Store. Earlier, Google appealed against the CCI order in the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT). But there is no relief from there.
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