Actually the matter is such that the Competition Commission of India i.e. CCI is a government organization of India. Its job is to prevent any company from misusing its business dominance. One such case went to the CCI, alleging that Google was doing unfair business in the Indian market for its own benefit. Especially in Google’s Android operating system, some Google apps are made available by default. Means users cannot remove Google’s app at will. The case was heard and the CCI found Google guilty in the case. Not only this, a heavy fine of Rs 2200 crore has been imposed on Google. In this case, Google was not given any relief from NCLAT as well. After this, Google has moved the Supreme Court, where the hearing will be held on January 16.
These dangers can be faced
However, before this, Google wrote a blog in a suppressed language and said that if it is fined, it can prove to be a big setback in the path of technology adoption in India. Now this statement is being interpreted to mean that Google can make the Android operating system expensive, due to which the price of smartphones in India will increase. Also software updates can be delayed. In such a situation, there is a possibility of affecting the security of the smartphone as well as all the functioning from online banking.