What role do Tim Sweeney, Epic Games, and the Coalition for App Fairness have in North Dakota's legislative process? It might be more than you think.
We can neither protect you nor desire to make decisions for you...in Virtual Legality.
#Epic #Apple #Antitrust
Discussed in this episode:
"An Antitrust Epic"
YouTube Playlist - Hoeg Law
"Free Fortnite? North Dakota May Just Have Epic's Back (VL415)"
YouTube Video - February 11, 2021 - Hoeg Law
North Dakota Senate Bill -First Draft
North Dakota Senate Bill (Engrossed)
"It Was A Trap!!! A Lawyer Discusses Epic vs Apple (Fortnite Lawsuit) (VL286)"
YouTube Video - August 13, 2020 - Hoeg Law
"A Problem of "Fairness": Epic Forms a Coalition to Fight Apple (VL324)"
YouTube Video - September 25, 2020 - Hoeg Law
"I alone can protect you and make decisions for you” is the timeless sales pitch for tyranny."
Tweet - February 11, 2021 - Tim Sweeney
"our vision for the future"
Coalition for App Fairness Website
"Big Tech’s Unlikely Next Battleground: North Dakota"
New York Times - February 14, 2021
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