The Australian Competition Authority seeks feedback submissions from consumers on choice and competition in internet search and web browsers

Feedback sought on choice and competition in internet search and web browsers* The ACCC is seeking submissions from consumers and industry participants about choice screens, which give users a choice of internet search services on mobiles and tablets, rather than a pre-selected search service, and about the supply of web browsers in Australia. The submissions to an issues paper, released today, will inform an upcoming report on the impact of default settings and pre-installation of search services and web browsers on consumer choice and competition. The report, to be finalised later this year, will also outline the current roll out of choice screens for search services on Android devices in Europe and examine

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority seeks feedback submissions from consumers on choice and competition in internet search and web browsers, 11 March 2021, e-Competitions February 2021, Art. N° 99632

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