An Australian mobile rewards platform has withdrawn a case it filed against Google for alleged anti-competitive conduct due to lack of funds to pursue the action, and been told that it would have to pay the search giant £200,000 (A$367,208) as costs.
The circumstances surrounding the Australian start-up Unlockd, which was forced to go into administration recently because Google played hardball with it, are another good reason for the competition watchdog to focus on the search behemoth in its digital platforms inquiry.
Australian mobile rewards platform Unlockd has gone into voluntary administration, with the company blaming Google for its inability to raise the funds it expected from an IPO which was put off due to threats from the search giant.
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