The Competition Commission of India, India’s anti-trust and competition regulator, has levied a fine of Rs 936.44 crore on Google for misusing its predominance concerning its Play Store policies. Significantly, it lays down India’s first authorized view on in-app payments by OS operators such as Google and Apple.
In its newest conflict with the government of India, Twitter has opposed a series of blocking orders issued by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology on the grounds that they are “procedurally and substantially deficient” and violate the provisions of Section 69A of the IT Act 2000.
On April 5 the United States Supreme Court finally gave its verdict on the biggest copyright dispute of this century. The court overturned the 2018 decision of the Court of Appeals for Federal Circuit.
In a latest development, under the new bankruptcy plan the Sackler's family that owns Purdue Pharma, has agreed to pay around $4.3 billion over the next decade to resolve various civil claims linked to the deadly opioid epidemic.