Digesting the Android decision
In July, the European Commission finally issued its second long-anticipated decision against Google. This time, the EU competition enforcer found that the company had abused its dominance in several markets by imposing restrictions on its Android mobile device operating system. Tom Madge-Wyld gauged the opinions of several lawyers on these findings and their consequences, the theories of harm, the remedy, and the wider implications the case may have for enforcement in the technology sector.
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