Google: Important hearing in the Supreme Court today in the matter of fine of 1337 crores on Google; The eyes of the world rest

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Google case hearing in Supreme Court: An important hearing is going to take place in the Supreme Court today in the hearing of the Google case, which has shocked the whole world. attracted the attention of Yesterday (Wednesday) there was a hearing in the Supreme Court. During the hearing, the Competition Commission of India told the Supreme Court that the issue of alleged abuse of its dominance by Google in multiple markets was of ‘national importance’. Along with this, the Competition Commission said that there is a need to seriously consider this matter. In such a situation, it has to be seen what decision the Supreme Court takes in this matter today.

Supreme Court on Wednesday Google Android Case (Google Rs 1337 Crore Fine Case). Meanwhile, the Competition Commission of India told the Supreme Court that the issue of alleged abuse of dominance by technology giant Google in multiple markets in the Android case is of ‘national importance’. Now this issue is no longer limited to India. The whole world is watching what solution India is finding in this matter.

Chief Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, Justice Krishna Murari and Justice P.S. Additional Solicitor General N.K. Venkataraman said the Supreme Court should hear the matter and Google should not be given ‘two innings’ under the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal.

Government is not in favor of giving in two phases

Earlier, the bench had initially said that it was considering referring the matter to the Appellate Tribunal. In this hearing, senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi appeared on behalf of Google. He also said that he agreed with the suggestion of the Additional Solicitor General. Both the parties want the court to hear and dispose of the matter. On this, the bench said that we are adamant that no one can get two chances. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court will hear the matter again today.

What is the matter after all?

Android is a popular ‘open source’ mobile operating system used by smartphone and tablet manufacturers. Also, since the system is ‘open source’, anyone can use it to build any type of device.

Hearing on Google’s petition

The Supreme Court is hearing the petition of American company Google. The order of the Appellate Tribunal has been challenged in the petition. In this sequence, any interim relief has been denied on the penalty of Rs 1337 crore imposed by the Competition Commission for abuse of market dominance. Google had filed a petition in this regard. Hearing in this regard is currently going on in the Supreme Court.

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