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Lawmakers suggest Apple may be using privacy ‘as a shield for anti-competitive behavior’

[2019-11-27 01:49:04]

Apple has faced criticism from lawmakers for several reasons recently, including its presence in China and its repair programs. Now, The Washington Post reports that Apple is being questioned for using its focus on user privacy as a “guise for anti-competitive behavior.” The post Lawmakers suggest Apple may be using privacy ‘as a shield for anti-competitive behavior’ appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Lawmakers suggest Apple may be using privacy ‘as a shield for anti-competitive behavior’


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