The Indian Competition Authority dismisses leveraging of dominance allegation against Big Tech company’s direct messaging and video-conferencing app due to emailing and direct messaging not being part of the same relevant market (Google Meet)

By way of an order dated 29 January 2021, the CCI dismissed allegations that Google LLC and its subsidiary, Google India Digital Services Private Limited (collectively, ‘Google’) had abused its dominant position in the e-mailing and direct messaging market. The Informant alleged that Google by integrating Google Meet App (the video-conferencing app of Google) into Gmail App has abused its

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Man Mohan Sharma, The Indian Competition Authority dismisses leveraging of dominance allegation against Big Tech company’s direct messaging and video-conferencing app due to emailing and direct messaging not being part of the same relevant market (Google Meet), 29 January 2021, e-Competitions Indian Competition Law in the Digital Markets, Art. N° 101754

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