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Google bows down to the government after the fine, changes in the company’s policy, know what will change from today – Google makes changes to some services in India

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Google bows down to the government after the fine, changes in the company's policy, know what will change from today - Google makes changes to some services in India

Google has announced changes to the Android OS and Play Store billing system. These changes have been made in India. Recently, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) fined Google. Now the company is making many changes after the penalty.

The company has given this information through its blog post. In a blog, the company said that it follows the local laws and regulations in the country. For this he is constantly committed. The company further informed that necessary changes are being made in India due to CCI instructions received regarding Android and Play.

In the blog post, the company has given information about these changes. The company has also stated that it will continue to appeal with respect to some of the decisions of the CCI. Apart from this, he is also constantly committed to the privacy of the users.

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what changed?

The company told in a blog post that OEM or mobile companies will have to take a license to pre-install Google’s app in the phone. First Google’s apps are pre-installed in Android phones. Apart from this, Indian Android mobile users can also choose the default search engine in their phone or tablet.

Right now Google is given as the default search engine. Due to this, other search engine companies lag behind. At present, the default search engine remains Google. Apart from this, the option of third party payment mode will also be available for app billing on Google Play-Store. These changes have come into effect from 26 January.

What would have happened if he did not obey the order?

If Google does not obey the order of CCI, then it would have to be fined even more in the coming times. Earlier, a fine of Rs 1,337.76 crore was imposed on the company for taking undue advantage. The company also went to the court on this but could not get any relief.