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Apple goes for the jugular in a searing response to Spotify’s antitrust complaint

Business Insider Friday, 15 March 2019
Apple goes for the jugular in a searing response to Spotify’s antitrust complaint· *Apple tore into Spotify in response to the music streaming service's EU antitrust complaint.*
· *Apple said Spotify wants to keep all the benefits of a free app on the App Store, without being free.*
· *The iPhone maker said** Spotify "wraps its financial motivations in misleading rhetoric" and its treatment of artists is...
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Spotify has lodged a complaint with European Union antitrust regulators over the 30 percent commission that Apple takes from third-party developers&apos; revenue on its app store. It follows a similar lawsuit brought to the U.S. Supreme Court. Matthew Larotonda reports.

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