Google’s new billing system violates the CCI Order, exploring all legal options to challenge it: ADIF

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Policy think tank Alliance of Digital India Foundation (ADIF) has said that it is exploring all avenues to challenge tech major Google’s new user choice billing mechanism unveiled last week.

Reiterating its stance on the matter, ADIF termed the new billing mechanism another ‘blatant attempt’ to violate the CCI’s antitrust ruling on Play Store policies. The statement came right after ADIF moderated a session that was attended by various representatives from the matrimony, dating, fintech, edtech, and gaming sectors. In response to Google’s recent announcement, attendees brainstormed on the new system’s drawbacks and next steps.

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Google’s new billing system violates the CCI Order, exploring all legal options to challenge it: ADIF

Policy think tank Alliance of Digital India Foundation (ADIF) has said that it is exploring all avenues to challenge tech major Google’s new user choice billing mechanism unveiled last week.

Reiterating its stance on the matter, ADIF termed the new billing mechanism another ‘blatant attempt’ to violate the CCI’s antitrust ruling on Play Store policies. The statement came right after ADIF moderated a session that was attended by various representatives from the matrimony, dating, fintech, edtech, and gaming sectors. In response to Google’s recent announcement, attendees brainstormed on the new system’s drawbacks and next steps.

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