The French Commercial Court Today, Paris fined Apple $1,000,000 for Abusive App Store Practices, reports Reuters. Apple Unfair commercial clauses were imposed French app developers for The access theApp StoreAccording to the ruling,
This decision was the culmination of a long-running investigation by France’s fraud and consumer watchdog (DGCCRF), which was overseen by The French Ministry of Finance French Bruno Le Maire is the finance minister and has been a champion for developer rights. Apple Google and its app stores both take advantage software developers. The investigation revealed that there were “significant imbalances” In the relations between Apple Google and those developers selling apps through these stores.
In the following: statement, Apple It stated that the court will review its decision and continue working with them. French developers. It also stated that the company believes in “vibrant and competitive markets” Innovation thrives when it is possible.
We’ll review it French Court decision will be closely followed and we will keep working hard to support for Safe experience for developers for users.
The App StoreWe have helped French All sizes of developers share their enthusiasm and creativity with other users worldwide while creating a trusted and secure place. for customers.
It is the fine that Apple Although the impact on company income is not significant, it may lead to new orders. for App Store rule changes.
Apple this company is handling several additional inquiriesApp Store Business practices and laws in France, Germany and the Netherlands.
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