Latest regulatory setback? India's antitrust watchdog has imposed a 1.36B rupees ($21.2M) fine on Google for abusing its market dominance.
"Google was found to be indulging in practices of search bias," the CCI said in a 190-page order.
The ruling comes eight months after the U.S. tech giant was fined €2.4B by the European Commission for giving "an illegal advantage" to its comparison shopping service.
Subscribe for full text news in your inbox