Google search features facing amazing lawsuit. Article written by Judith Aparri tell us some facts about it. Google currently faces a lawsuit for the reported “monopoly” of search in mobiles by having OEMs like HTC and Samsung making Google as default option and preload its apps suite on their devices.
A Google logo is reflected on the screen of a Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone in this file photo illustration taken in Prague January 31, 2014. Google Inc’s GOOGL.O Internet business revenue grew 19 percent in the first quarter, as its expanding volume of online ads offset declining prices, April 16, 2014.
Hagens Berman, a consumer rights’ law firm, has filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of Northern California, against the Mountain View, California search titan, claiming it illegally monopolized the American Internet and mobile search and called this activity as “market manipulation.”
Through a clandestine Mobile Application Distribution Agreements (MADA), Google has reportedly maintained its search monopoly by persuading the makers of mobile devices to preload its array of apps like YouTube and Google Play. This is a shackle to the mobile market being anti-competitive. It eventually makes price of devices high, harm the consumers and may bring adverse effects to search innovation.
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