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Antitrust probe accuses Apple of favoring its own apps over others


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Jan 8, 2012
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SMH… let’s look at this from a different perspective. It’s “my” App Store and I have the right to promote “my” products and services in a greater light than yours. If I go to “your” website, I’m sure you would be promoting “your” products and services over your competitors’.

If you want to harvest data from customers, create your own App Store. ;)
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Nov 7, 2012
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Another way to look at it, is apple users are favoring apples apps over the competition due to apples strong privacy features. Don’t think they can hold apple legally responsible for that.

Cry harder Italian advertising firms that want to turn back time and harvest user data…. or there is always android.