News Russia Says Google Is Abusing Android's Dominant Market Position

Russia Says Google Is Abusing Android’s Dominant Market Position

Russia’s Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) has ruled that Google is abusing its market dominance by requiring smartphone manufacturers to pre-install Google apps on Android devices. The agency is sending a complete copy of the ruling to Google and requesting that it “terminate abuse of dominant position.”

The antimonopoly case was launched by a Russian firm called Yandex. Unsurprisingly, the firm hailed the ruling, saying, “We believe the FAS decision will serve to restore competition in the market.”

When asked to comment, a Google spokesperson told the BBC, “We haven’t yet received the ruling. When we do, we will study it and determine our next steps.”

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