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Wesley Hilliard said:
It's your choice to not get refunded of course. But we all agree that declining the refund is the respectable thing to do.
docbburk said:It’s called Public Health!! It’s not political. Your company endangered thousands with your reckless promotion of illegal parties during a pandemic! Be happy that you didn’t have more significant consequences. You clearly demonstrated your disregard for public health. Nice try with the Monopoly BS. Enjoy life stuck on Android and find some ethics
DAalseth said:castcore said:DAalseth said:How they pay has nothing to do with building a secure "walled garden".
Alternative pay systems and something less than the 30% cut should have happened before now. In addition, but related to the alternative payment system issue, is that Apple grabs 30% of sales on things bought with an App even if it has nothing to do with Apple, subscriptions, services, and such bought directly from a 3rd party, but using an App that once upon a time was loaded from the AppStore. This is abusive and I would expect the DOJ to come down hard on it.
And Apple has only themselves to blame.
this is like you telling your landlord you feel like you should only pay half of the rent he wants. What will he do if you say that? Report you to collections and evict you!
You rent a store front to run your business. But the landlord wants a cut of your sales. You sell more and they get a bigger slice. Oh but the landlord gets to tell you what upgrades you can charge for and what you have to give away for free. Oh and the landlord also gets a cut of your sales even if they come out of your home office and not the store front you are renting.
See how abusive this is?
petri said:As always AI falls over itself to defend Apple, but a reading of 5.4w/kg does not just “slightly exceed” the legal limit, it’s 35% higher. Regardless of what margin there may be between the legal limit and a harmful effect, ignoring it to the tune of 35% is unacceptable.
mobird said:Good for Down Dog Yoga as it relates to refusing to implement the app purchaser being auto-charged after free trials end. But we know that Apple is the final word and regardless of DDY's "principled" stand, they ultimately have to adhere to Apple's TOC's.
GeorgeBMac said:jimh2 said:GeorgeBMac said:Is this the same FAA who claimed the 737-Max was a safe airplane -- because Boeing said it was?
Unless they're named "Boeing"