If you go to the Google search box and type “nuance”, the first result that shows up is “CCIBSE 0.00 % Judgement on Google”. No, we just made that up.
The Competition Commission of India’s (CCI) landmark ruling enforcing a Rs 135.86-crore fine on Google for “search bias” and abusing its “dominant position” is one of the more finely considered judgements in the technology industry. According to Sunil Abraham, executive director of Bengaluru-based research organisation, the Centre for Internet and Society, “CCI is returning to the roots of the competition law, where it is as important to prevent concentration of power as it is to look at how pri ..
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