Apple says it has complied with Dutch watchdog – letter

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February 28, 2022

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Apple argued in a letter to the Dutch consumer watchdog obtained by Reuters on Monday that it had complied with an order to open its App Store to payment providers. alternative to Dutch dating apps.

The Consumer and Markets Administration (ACM) has fined Apple 5 weekly fines of $5.7 million for not complying with the order, saying the solutions proposed by Apple unfairly burden them. for developers.

The letter from Apple to ACM on February 28 said the solution it offered would only require a “minor technical change” at no additional cost.

(Reporting by Toby Sterling, Editing by Louise Heavens) Apple says it has complied with Dutch watchdog – letter

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