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Judge orders Apple to loosen grip on payments in Epic battle

By DW
13 September 2021   |   6:07 am
A US federal court has ordered Apple to accommodate developers when it comes to payments for apps and services. The ruling came in the legal tussle between Apple and Epic Games.

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