17 companies, including Nokia, Microsoft and Oracle have complained to the European Commission about Google.
Nokia takes the lead in a coalition of 17 companies that have complained to the European Commission about Google’s way to act on the smartphone market, writes our site , referring to the Daily our site.
Coalition complain that manufacturers of smartphones that use Google Android, are forced to deploy a variety of applications from Google, if they also want popular apps such as YouTube. At the same time requires Google apps removed from other units.
The complaint also specifically on that Google goes with the many apps can view users over your shoulder and thereby target their marketing.
-“Google gets control over other companies’ choices and ultimately over consumer choices,” says Jenni Lukander from Nokia’s legal department competition.