Google Wakes Up to New Lawsuit Regarding Monopoly Practices; claims to be the speculated result of bipartisan involvement of justice officials / Digital Information World
Google and Apple have always been the targets of monopoly practices. It is claimed that they are eager to engage in activities which lead the public astray, thereby causing them endless loss and favor for business.
This time around, after the Fortnite affair, Google was bombarded with a new deal with its morning coffee. The lawsuit is filed in the United States federal court declared several capital evil practices. It’s backed by half the country, including 36 different states, so it can be a bit difficult for Google to navigate.
The lawsuit mainly focused on the 30% cut that Google charges on in-app purchases, paid services and subscriptions, similar to Apple’s infamous 30% cut. What we don’t understand here is why Google was the only one included in the lawsuit when both brands carry the same case.
We’re assuming the lawsuit is a pretty serious outcome of the cold war between states, although we’re a little hesitant to call Google the “innocent victim” here, whose false innocence we are all aware of.
The case was sparked after Epic recently sparked a spark by making some rather questionable remarks about the fees charged by the game. This led to angry cries from the public and simultaneously resulted in the given lawsuit.
The lawsuit is now becoming the source of all the hot city gossip, revealing some pretty interesting facts in the process, although we can never be too sure they are genuine. However, not being part of the gossip, it has been confirmed that James Donato, the judge in charge of the Epic prosecutions, will now consider the lawsuit in question.
Since Apple has also been under bad weather, the two companies are trying to prove against the claims and have carefully cut the cuts if necessary. Google has even gone ahead to shake hands with third-party app stores, but attempts continue to be unsuccessful.
While Google is the subject of the ongoing lawsuit, its ongoing lawsuit over antitrust activity regarding the misuse of information and unethical advertising is also causing a lot of stress for the company.
It remains of great concern whether Google will be able to circumvent these lawsuits or if it will take a severe blow. Whatever the case, one thing is for sure; Google will lose millions of users if it continues to be accused of such claims.
H / T: Politics.
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