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I still don’t see the similarity, umless it’s in the ‘anti-trust’ word. These cases are completely different. Goog’s is much more like Microsoft’s multiple anti-trust cases: preventing any competition in a market. iBooks never prevented market competition. Apple was forced to use a different model, and then had some asshole use his position to try gettingt scoops out of staff ie abusing his position. You’re saying Apple can give a heads up to Goog staff on that? Another trashy article from AI. How about some rationality? Please contact Dilger when writing more than a paragraph.