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genovelle said:EsquireCats said:Said of the company that launched this legal endeavour with a PR and marketing blitz.
InspiredCode said:Apple may win this round, but it feels like Apple should try to get in front of antitrust issues before it is too late.The bi-partisan coalition of senators on the antitrust committee think the approximately 80% profit margins on AppStore fees is evidence of rent seeking and want to regulate the store. With the Biden administration also onboard, it feels like it is just a matter of time. The fact that Apple provides services seems to be a major reason regulators do not want to treat them like a game store.Other parties are preparing their own antitrust trials in both the US and the EU that I think may have stronger cases. I’m not pro-regulation, so I would really like to see Apple get in front of this on their own terms. If they fail to, I hope the least blunt instrument as possible is used to regulate the store.
tmay said:Trey_Lance said:crowley said:Trey_Lance said:Again, I been pointing out Epic is largely owned by Chinas Tencent Media
look at what China is trying to do to Tesla using “Weibo”(Also a company controlled by China) by planting people who is claiming Tesla
brakes don’t work and trying to rile up the people.
The Chinese communists are very calculating people, they smile at you but then stab you, they are essentially using our courts now trying to hurt American company for the benefit of Huawei and others