September 14 - 10:09
South Korea fines Google $177m for anti-competitive behaviour
South Korea's antitrust regulator has fined Google $176.64m for allegedly using its dominant market position in the mobile operating system space to stifle competition. According to the South Korean watchdog, Google blocked customised versions of its Android operating system to restrict competition in the mobile OS market. Google said in a statement that it intends to appeal the ruling.
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