The Indian Competition Commission fines a company for search bias in the search engine market (Google)

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has found Google to have abused its dominant position in online general web search and web search advertising services in India. The order was passed in response to informations filed by Matrimony.com Limited and Consumer Unity & Trust Society (CUTS) in 2012. The CCI in its order noted that the allegations against Google in respect of search results essentially centred around design of Search Engine Result Page (SERP). Exhibiting a self-imposed regulatory forbearance from scrutinizing product designs in ascertaining anti-trust

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Indian Competition Authority, The Indian Competition Commission fines a company for search bias in the search engine market (Google), 8 February 2018, e-Competitions Bulletin February 2018, Art. N° 91313

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