G $ 4.34 ($ 5 trilli) fine by the European Commissi, who in its official filing accused of the Mountain View, California search-giant of "illegally" trying to leverage its Android mobile
In accordance with the judgment, Google's parent company, Alphabet, has been given 90-days to "change its business practices" or face additial penalties of BBC News BBC News reports, adding that Google is already planning to appeal to
European Competiti Commissier Margrethe Vestager, during a press cference this week , commented the ccept that csumers should have a choice. For sake argument, Vestager suggests, "such as Amaz's Fire OS," which she asserts had been precluded from the get-go.
"This will change the market place," she ccluded.
Which Commissier is most likely to be the third (and largest) Commissier Vestager. Previously, she fined Google $ 2.4 ($ 2.8 billi) in a relatiship to the market.
Meanwhile, a Google Works to Appeal That Fine, Too, Vestager and Her Associates …