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How Apple Uses Anti-Competitive Practices to Extort Developers and Support Authoritarian Regimes

    Proton Mail recently sent out the latest version of its Newsletter. They wrote:

  • Last week, the European Commission announced, in response to a complaint filed by Spotify, that it would be opening an investigation into Apple's App Store practices, which potentially constitutes an illegal breach of EU competition laws. At Proton, we applaud this decision, and also Spotify's bravery in bringing this complaint in the first place.

    ...

    Read the full article HERE on Proton Mail.


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