By Caleb Symons (June 27, 2022, 6:18 p.m. EDT) — A month after announcing a settlement to resolve app developers’ antitrust claims, Google wants to escape allegations that its policies inflate the cost of apps on its Play Store, accusing a group of consumers seeking class certification for “misinterpreting evidence and disregarding competitive realities.”
The consumer lawsuit, part of a sweeping antitrust lawsuit also brought by state attorneys general and the creator of the popular video game Fortnite, offers no hard data showing that customers paid higher prices because service charges on app developers, according to Google. .
Instead, the tech giant told a California federal court that…
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