After facing billion dollar fines in the EU for abusing its ascendancy to favor its own services, the internet giant has now been caught in the cross hairs of Indian antitrust watchdog.

The Antagonism Commission of India (CCI) has found that Google may have abolished its market share in Android in the country to anticipate device manufacturers from opting for alternating versions of its mobile operating system.

According to Reuters, which advised a 14-page order from CCI, “Google’s restrictions on manufacturers seemed to amount to artifice of ‘unfair conditions’ under India‘s antagonism law.”

Google’s Android is the most widely used operating system in India, with about 99 percent of its phones sold using the platform.

The CCI launched a full probe beforehand this April to actuate Google‘s declared abuse of its ascendant position in Android to block rivals. But the analysis appears to have been ordered based on its antecedent appraisal that the aggregation is banishment manufacturers to pre-install its apps on Android devices.

By doing so, Google “reduced the adeptness and allurement of device manufacturers to advance and sell accessories operated on alternating versions of Android,” the CCI said in its charge dated April 16. “It amounts to prima facie leveraging of Google‘s dominance,” signifying that the government agency has found acceptable acceptance affirmation to abutment the case upon antecedent examination.

This is not the first time Google has courted authoritative troubles for bundling its own apps on Android.

Back in 2016, Russia’s Federal Antimonopoly Service hit Google with a $6.8 actor fine afterward an antitrust complaint from rival Yandex. It eventually acclimatized the accuse in 2017, and opened Android to other search engines.

Then last July, it was fined a record $5 billion by the European Commission for illegally bundling its apps along with Android. The antitrust agency also accused Google of preventing handset manufacturers from aircraft phones after pre-installing its search and browser apps.

Although Google appealed adjoin the verdict, it appear that it will begin asking European Android users which browser and search engine they would prefer to use on their accessories over the next few months.

Also, early last year, the CCI fined the aggregation $21 actor for abusing its ascendancy in search and online announcement to allow in search bias. Google’s appeal adjoin the fine is still pending.

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