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All options open in 'fight' against Google: Paytm CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma

Sharma, who tore into Google’s practice of barring apps which were compliant with Indian laws, said his 'fight' will be a long-drawn one.
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Mumbai | Bengaluru: Paytm founder and CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma said, “All options are open,” when asked if he would take legal recourse against Google. This was after the technology major temporarily removed the mobile payment platform’s app from its Play Store for running a scratch card-based cricket promotion which breached its gambling policies. He said the company would also
sports in India.” Sharma criticised industry bodies such as Nasscom and IAMAI for being dominated by US tech majors, and called for formation of a new grouping that would fairly represent the voice of local tech firms. “Founders are coming together and there is a discussion on this topic. We will be talking to the government, lawmakers, regulators,” he said.
Mumbai | Bengaluru: Paytm founder and CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma said, “All options are open,” when asked if he would take legal recourse against Google. This was after the technology major temporarily removed the mobile payment platform’s app from its Play Store for running a scratch card-based cricket promotion which breached its gambling policies. He said the company would also sports in India.” Sharma criticised industry bodies such as Nasscom and IAMAI for being dominated by US tech majors, and called for formation of a new grouping that would fairly represent the voice of local tech firms. “Founders are coming together and there is a discussion on this topic. We will be talking to the government, lawmakers, regulators,” he said.

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