NEW DELHI: Google on Thursday said it has moved the Delhi High Court against the leak of antitrust body CCI’s confidential report pertaining to the investigation against the tech giant.
Google, in a statement, said it aims to prevent any further unlawful disclosures of confidential findings by the investigative arm of the Competition Commission of India (CCI).
The tech giant noted that it has “not yet received or reviewed this confidential report”.
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