Google To Pay $90M In Antitrust Deal With Smaller Developers

By Matthew Perlman (July 1, 2022, 5:42 PM EDT) — Google Inc.’s deal with smaller developers in a lawsuit in California federal court alleging its Play Store policies violate antitrust law includes a $90 million settlement fund in addition to commitments on fees and other issues.

Google and the proposed class of developers revealed the terms of the pact in a motion seeking its approval on Thursday, after informing the court in May that they had reached a tentative agreement. The settlement fund covers developers that earn $2 million or less annually from Google’s Play Store, which the motion said includes about 48,000 U.S. developers of software for the Android operating…

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