Society & Culture
Virtual Legality Episode 333

Some Epic Help! Congress Finds Apple Abusing "Monopoly Power"

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9m Oct 7, 2020

"Apple’s monopoly power over software distribution to iOS devices has resulted in harms to competitors and competition, reducing quality and innovation among app developers, and increasing prices and reducing choices for consumers."

"Investigation of Competition in Digital Markets"
US House Antitrust Subcommittee Majority Staff Report
October 6, 2020

The above quote can be found in the executive summary of the 400+ page congressional subcommittee findings describing the actions of Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple.

While it is an important document, it's also important to understand what it does and does not do, and what it does and does not say.

Which is presumably why you're here, so let's dive in.

Remember when we said we were going to aim at shorter videos? We do...in Virtual Legality.

#Epic #Apple #Antitrust

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