谷歌向欧盟提出了50亿美元的 Android 罚款请求。
The company promised to challenge the decision this summer
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On Tuesday, Google filed an appeal of the European Commission’s nearly $5 billion fine after a regulatory body decided that the Alphabet Inc. company was knowingly violating antitrust laws, the company confirmed to 的边缘.
In its initial suit, the European Commission alleged that Google was abusing its market dominance over its Android operating system by bundling together products like Google search and Chrome apps, and paying other mobile manufacturers to include Google search as a default.
Following the decision in July, Google said that it would file an appeal, but according to 《华尔街日报》, it wasn’t filed until today. The initial decision gave Google 90 days to end the anti-competitive behaviors in order to continue offering the Google Play Store on devices. The appeal was filed only days before that period was set to end.
It’s the second major fine the company has faced from the EU’s antitrust body. The first came last summer when regulators alleged that Google was ranking its own shopping services higher than those of its competitors in search results. Google faced a $2.7 billion fine from the commission as a response to that behavior.