State antitrust probes of Google and Facebook don’t include Apple… yet

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Anti-robocall bill is one step closer to being passed into law
States have launched investigations into Facebook and Google but not Apple.
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Separate groups of US state attorneys general are investigating Facebook and Google for antitrust violations. So far, there has been no word of AGs probing Apple.

However, that doesn’t mean the iPhone maker has escaped probes by other government bodies, both in the US and Europe.

Apple explains App Store policies as it fights monopoly charges

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Apple App Store principles
A direct appeal to the public.
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Apple took the defense of its App Store practices directly to its consumers, launching a new web page as it prepares for a court battle over accusations claiming the company has monopolistic control over iOS apps.

The page appeared this morning on Apple’s website with the title “App Store, Principles and Practices.”