The European Commission demand that Google stop rewarding manufacturers of smartphones by setting the default system "Google-search ".
It is reported Reuters citing the document the European Commission, which has, reports "Ukrinform ".
In April, Google received a copy of the document in which the Commission accused it of using its dominant Android mobile operating system with the aim to defeat opponents. The text states that Google is the practice in January 2011, after which the company may have to pay a large fine.
"The Commission intends to set fines that will be sufficient to ensure a policy of containment of " - the document says.
Regulators also want to prevent Google smartphones to force manufacturers pre-install its proprietary application if it limits their ability to use rival operating system based on Android. Google "can not punish or threaten " companies for its failure conditions noted in the document.
Recall that the EU has given Google's 3 weeks to be able to respond to antitrust allegations about the possible abuse of a dominant position in the mobile operating system Android, which squeezes competitors in the EU market.
In April 2015 the European Commission put forward the formal charges against the American corporation Google of violating antitrust laws of the EU.
The European Commission has accused Google of violating the rights of consumers as the company demanded that mobile phone manufacturers pre-installed Google search and the Google Chrome browser on their smartphones to access other applications Google.