Security firm Kaspersky Lab has lodged an anti-trust complaint against Apple with the Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service protesting the App Store policy that has resulted in it being forced to remove its Kaspersky Safe Kids for iOS app from the store.
Ask any tech industry analyst where the sector’s growth is going to come from over the next five years and the answer will almost certainly be services. This is precisely why the current anti-trust court case against Apple and its App Store hegemony is important to both Apple and its iPhone user opponents.
A Supreme Court hearing of a case against Apple, which claims that the company has taken advantage of the market for iPhone apps, appears likely to proceed after just one of the nine judges agreed with Apple.
Take comfort in that when it takes 2 hours to watch a 90 minute movie on Netflix.
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