Google tells NCLAT that there is no status quo bias among Chrome users

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Google argued before the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) on Friday (February 24) that the Competition Commission of India (CCI) has not empirically proven the existence of a ‘status quo bias’ in user behaviour on Google Chrome.

On the fifth day of hearings in the Android antitrust case, Google made the point in its submissions to the NCLAT. Arun Kathpalia, counsel for Google, claimed that the tech giant’s evidence indicates that there is no status quo bias, and that CCI made the’status quo bias’ claims without gathering any data. The tech giant went on to say that ‘quality and choice’ drove users to download and use Google Chrome, rather than ‘pre-installation-led status quo bias’.

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Google tells NCLAT that there is no status quo bias among Chrome users

Google argued before the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) on Friday (February 24) that the Competition Commission of India (CCI) has not empirically proven the existence of a ‘status quo bias’ in user behaviour on Google Chrome.

On the fifth day of hearings in the Android antitrust case, Google made the point in its submissions to the NCLAT. Arun Kathpalia, counsel for Google, claimed that the tech giant’s evidence indicates that there is no status quo bias, and that CCI made the’status quo bias’ claims without gathering any data. The tech giant went on to say that ‘quality and choice’ drove users to download and use Google Chrome, rather than ‘pre-installation-led status quo bias’.

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