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Class action against Google on behalf of Android users

Class action against Google on behalf of Android users

A damages claim of up to £920 million has been filed against Google on behalf of 19.5 million British Android phone users. On Thursday, the BBC reported that the subject of the lawsuit was the fees charged when purchasing the app.

The lawsuit stated that 30 percent. The commission that Google charges for online purchases in the App Store is very high and unfair.

The tech giant is accused of breaching European and British competition laws. The BBC added that the Google Play Store is pre-installed and integrated with other products, so consumers do not have much choice and are forced to pay fees.

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