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Google wandering from door to door in search of relief, first warned India, now pleading

Photo:India TV Google wandering door to door in search of relief

Google is running from door to door seeking relief from fines and accusations of abusing its supremacy in Android mobile. After the application was rejected by the High Court, he has now gone to the Supreme Court.

This information given in the petition

The Supreme Court has sought relief on the ground of delay in hearing the appeal filed before the NCLAT against the Competition Commission of India’s (CCI) decision. Google has said in its petition that the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) has failed to assess the consequences of denying it interim relief.

Google may consider changing the rules

According to the company, “If there is no interim relief, it will have to make changes in the status quo maintained for 14-15 years and from January 19, it will also have to change its entire business model.” This petition of Google is going to be heard on Monday. . In this, he has challenged the NCLAT’s move of refusing to grant interim relief against the CCI order.

No interim relief from NCLAT

In October last year, the Competition Commission had imposed a fine of about Rs 2,200 crore on Google, accusing it of hurting competition. Of this, a fine of Rs 1,337.76 crore was imposed for abusing its dominant position with respect to the Android system used in 97 per cent of mobile phones. At the same time, a fine of Rs 936 crore was imposed regarding the policies related to Play Store. Google appealed against this order in NCLAT, but it did not get any interim relief from there.

The order will be effective from 19 January 2023

The tribunal had on January 4 refused to stay the CCI order, saying the appeal was filed on December 20, two months after the order came. However, denying this, Google has said in its petition that the CCI order is going to be effective from January 19, 2023 and it had appealed in NCLAT a month before that. He has said that he cannot be penalized for exercising his right of appeal.

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