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Thursday, 12 August 2021

Senate proposes bill forbidding Apple and Google from forcing developers to use their payment systems


On Wednesday, the US Senate introduced a bill called the Open App Markets Act. The proposed legislation looks to protect competition and harden consumer protections as they apply to the app market. Senator Richard Blumenthal's press release specifically called out Apple's and Google's dominant position in the mobile app sector.

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