Russia, Google reach $7.8M deal on Android case

Moscow • Russian officials and Google have reached an agreement to settle a two-year-old case against Google for requiring the pre-installation of some of its apps on mobile devices using the Android system. The agreement was announced Monday by Alexei Dostenko, deputy head of Russia’s Federal Anti-Monopoly Service, according to Russian news reports. Under the settlement, Google is to pay $7.8 million in fines and will not limit the pre-installation of third-party apps, the reports said. The cas...

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