Why did CCI impose a fine of ₹1338 crores against Google?


₹1338 crores fine imposed on Google

Three years after the first complaint in 2019, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) fined Google for using its dominant position in October 2022. I have previously written about Google’s overwhelming dominant position and attempts to gain control through self-preferencing. … Read More

Lloyd v. Google LLC

Raj PagariyaCase Summary

Seeking compensation from Google for violation of Section 13 of the Data Protection Act 1998 via a representative action

Lloyd (Respondent) v. Google LLC (Appellant) [2021] UKSC 50 In the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom UKSC 2019/0213 Before Lord Reed, President, Lady Arden, Lord Sales, Lord Leggatt, and Lord Burrows Decided on November 10, 2021 Relevancy of the … Read More

Incentives for Mobile Assembling Units in India

Samiksha UniyalLaw

Incentives for Mobile Assembling Units in India

Your mobile phone consists of hundreds of different parts. There is a good chance that the manufacturing of these parts takes place at multiple locations. In this manufacturing process of mobile phones, mobile assembling units (MAU) assemble the constituent components … Read More

Big Tech, Politics, and Scandals

The Cyber Blog IndiaLaw

Big Tech, Politics, and Scandals

When Christopher Wylie was in his mid-teens, he expressed hopes of becoming a statesman. If not, he assumed he would be another small merchant resorting to Machiavellian methods to sell petty goods. A decade later, he finds a place in the list … Read More

Apple ordered to create a backdoor for FBI

Raj PagariyaCyber Security

apple, sanbernardino, fbi, backdoor, iPhonehack

In 2014, Apple added an additional encryption on its iPhone series that wipes your device clean after 10 unsuccessful unlock attempts. It was done for consumer privacy and security, but it has now resulted in the company being locked in a public … Read More