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US Justice Dept. Sues Apple for Monopolistic Behavior in Smartphones

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Mar 21, 2024, 11:19 AM   by Rich Brome
updated Mar 21, 2024, 11:19 AM

The US Justice Department, joined by 16 other attorneys general, today filed a civil antitrust lawsuit against Apple for illegal monopolization of smartphone markets. The move comes after the EU forced Apple to change the way it operates in Europe, for similar reasons. Specifically, the Justice Dept. claims several specific offenses:

The complaint further alleges that Apple's illegal conduct also extends to web browsers, video communication, news subscriptions, entertainment, automotive services, advertising, location services, and more. The Justice Department is "seeking equitable relief on behalf of the American public to redress Apple's long-running, pervasive anticompetitive conduct."

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Mar 25, 2024, 2:10 PM

Apple of my Eye

Ahhhhhh!!! Why can’t we have nice things? They always do this and blame it on the user. They act like they protect us. Tim Cook is no saint.
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