- Fit, Indian startups problem Google’s in-app commission
- Indian startups say Google bypasses antitrust order
- Google has stated app cost commission covers products and services, safety
NEW DELHI, April 6 (Reuters) – Tinder-owner Fit Staff (MTCH.O) and Indian startups have requested the rustic’s festival frame to research Alphabet’s Google (GOOGL.O) for alleged non-compliance with an antitrust directive via charging a prime carrier commission for in-app bills, filings display.
The filings via Fit and Alliance of Virtual India Basis (ADIF) mark the most recent tussle between Google and rival corporations, that have time and again criticised the U.S. corporate for what they