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According to the Competition Commission of India. The case would be combine with two other ongoing lawsuits brought against the leading search engine (CCI). The News Broadcasters & Digital Association filed a complaint, which led to the most recent decision. In response to a complaint from the Digital News Publishers Association, CCI commissioned an investigation into Google in January of this year.
The Director General (DG), the regulator’s investigative arm, will now submit an unify investigation report, the watchdog stated in an order made public on Friday. The News Broadcasters & Digital Association said that its members were compelled to give Google their news content in order to give their web links higher priority on Google’s Search Engine Result Page (SERP). As a result, the case claims that Google profiteers from the members’ material without adequately compensating them.
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According to allegations, Google built services like Google News, Google Discover, and Google Accelerated Mobile Pages by taking advantage of users’ reliance on the search engine it offers for referral traffic (AMP). Users can access news information from the leading search engine both through Google News and Google Search. The complaint claims that users of Google Search can either directly search for news using the News Tab or obtain news via results in SERPs. Through featured snippets like “Top Stories” carousels, Google added news information to its SERPs.
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In a four-page judgment dated October 6 and made public on Friday. CCI state that the claims are much the same as those of the case that the regulator. The DG has been instructe by CCI to group the issues and produce a report on a combined investigation. Alphabet Inc., Google LLC, Google India Pvt Ltd, Google Ireland Ltd, and Google Asia Pacific Pte Ltd have all been name in the complaint. Digital news media organizations and national and local private news and current affairs broadcasters make up the association.
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