The Korea Honest Commerce Fee (KFTC) mentioned on Tuesday Google’s contract phrases with system makers amounted to an abuse of its dominant market place that restricted competitors within the cell OS market.
Below the AFA, producers couldn’t equip their handsets with modified variations of Android, often known as “Android forks”. That has helped Google cement its market dominance within the cell OS market, the KFTC mentioned.
Below the ruling, Google is banned from forcing system makers to signal AFA contracts, permitting producers to undertake modified variations of Android OS on their units.
Good. This explicit form of paper restrictions must die in a fireplace.