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Google has sent a letter to the CMA alleging that Microsoft's business practices in the cloud computing industry are hampering the competition and is preventing users from switching to its rivals.
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The French anti-trust authorities had reportedly raided Nvidia's offices in the country this week in relation to an ongoing anti-competition investigation into the cloud computing industry.
Google has been asked by India's anti-trust watchdog to provide details related to its user choice billing program after companies alleged that Google had been charging up to 26 percent commission.
After being fined $161.59 million in October on the basis of anticompetitiveness by the Competition Commission in India, Google has charged an appeal that the order threatens its market in India.
The European Commission (EC) is reportedly preparing to launch an antitrust probe into complaints made against Microsoft Teams by competitor Slack. The two firms have clashed many times in the past.
Apple and Amazon have been accused of colluding to raise the price of the iPhone and iPad in the reselling market by unfairly reducing the competition. A lawsuit has been filed by a credible law firm.
Google has been handed a $113 million fine by India's antitrust watchdog for forcing consumers and developers to use only its own billing mechanisms for purchases from the Google Play Store.
Adobe is acquiring its creative design tools rival Figma in a major deal worth $20 billion. The half cash and half stock transaction is expected to close in 2023, subject to regulatory approvals.
Google has lost its appeal in the EU General Court for a case that required it to pay a €4.34 billion fine. Although this fine has been slightly reduced now, it is still its biggest penalty in the EU.
A job search firm in Denmark has filed a complaint against Google, saying that the company uses its inferior Google for Jobs tool to stifle the competition and tighten its grip over the labour market.
The FTC has filed a lawsuit to prevent Nvidia from completing its acquisition of ARM. The regulator believes that the acquisition will give Nvidia monopoly and is not ideal for the competition.
It's been a relatively slow week due to the holidays in the U.S., but there are still notable news items you might want to catch up on including a complaint against Microsoft in the EU.
A coalition led by Nextcloud is taking on Microsoft in the European Union. It says that Microsoft is acting anti-competitively by bundling OneDrive, Teams, and other software in Windows 11.
Facebook has responded to antitrust lawsuits filed by the FTC and the U.S. state attorneys, slamming them for being "revisionist history". The company looks forward to presenting evidence in court.
The U.S. FTC, along with 48 other attorneys general, has files antitrust lawsuits against Facebook, with an aim to force the firm to sell off WhatsApp and Instagram to restore competition.
Qualcomm was slapped with a whopping fine of €242 million today by the European Commission for abusing its market dominance a few years back by selling baseband chipsets to Huawei and ZTE below cost.
Google is on the receiving end of yet another fine from the EU over alleged anti-competitive practices. The third such fine, this one amounts to €1.49 billion and relates to its AdSense practices.
The European Union is set to lay fresh charges of anti-competitive conduct against Google regarding its practice of Android app bundling, carrying a potential fine of up to $7.4 billion.
American chip-maker Qualcomm has been fined close to USD$1 billion in China for anti-trust violations in the country, making it the highest compensation from any company there.
After complaints from an Indian website, the Competition Commision of India has started a probe against Google and if found guilty the search giant will have to cough up a massive $5 billion fine.
A Linux community association has complained to the EU against Microsoft, claiming UEFI Secure Boot is an anti-competitive "obstruction mechanism" to booting other operating systems on Windows 8 PCs.
Microsoft's rivals criticised its choice to confine non-IE web browsers to the Metro environment on Windows RT ARM-based devices - and now, a Senate antitrust committee plans to review their concerns.
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