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Apple violated US sanctions through ‘recklessness’; company pays $467k fine

[2019-11-26 12:07:47]

Apple violated US sanctions as a result of a negligent approach to compliance, according to the US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). The Cupertino company voluntarily disclosed that the App Store had inadvertently violated sanctions against a Slovenian developer for more than two years… The post Apple violated US sanctions through ‘recklessness’; company pays $467k fine appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple violated US sanctions through ‘recklessness’; company pays $467k fine


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