KFTC said the fine could be the ninth-biggest it has ever imposed.(Reuters)
KFTC said the fine could be the ninth-biggest it has ever imposed.(Reuters)

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The Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) investigated Google for allegedly blocking local smartphone makers from using other operating systems.
Reuters | , Seoul
PUBLISHED ON SEP 14, 2021 08:34 AM IST

South Korea's antitrust regulator on Tuesday fined Alphabet Inc's Google 207 billion won (6.64 million), saying the U.S. technology giant abused its dominant market position to restrict competition in the mobile operating system market.

The Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) investigated Google for allegedly blocking local smartphone makers from using other operating systems.,showlion

The fine is the latest antitrust setback for Google in South Korea. Earlier this month, parliament passed a bill to ban major app store operators such as Google from forcing software developers to use their payment systems and effectively stopping developers from charging commission on in-app purchases.,free bet blackjack online

KFTC said the fine could be the ninth-biggest it has ever imposed.,betwinner apk

ipl cricket live app download,Google was not immediately available for comment on Tuesday.

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