Europe is seen as a major culprit in regulating technology, and Europe’s Digital Markets Act, passed last year, addresses the very issue at the heart of Google’s fight against CCI.

Tech giant Google said it would work with the Competition Commission of India (CCI) after India’s Supreme Court upheld an antitrust order that would force it to change the way it promotes its popular Android platform.

We remain committed to our users and partners and will cooperate with the CCI on the way forward,” a Google spokesperson said in a statement to Reuters.

We are reviewing the details of yesterday’s decision which is limited to interim relief and did not decide the merits of our appeal,” Google said, adding It will continue to challenge Android’s decisions.

Much to Google’s great setback, the Supreme Court on Thursday refused to intervene in the National Companies Court of Appeals (NCLAT) interim ruling by refusing to let the competition regulator suspend $133.7 billion in fines against the US tech giant. refused. Google fined for abusing its dominant position in the Android mobile ecosystem

Google now requires 7 days to complete the requirements. The tech giant was also asked to pay 10% of the fine.

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) ruled in October that Alphabet Inc-owned Google had exploited its dominant position in Android and exclusivity in application pre-installation and search. He also fined Google $161 million.