US lawmakers introduce bill to break Apple and Google's app store monopolies

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US lawmakers introduce bill to break Apple and Google's app store monopolies
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US lawmakers introduce bill to break Apple and Google's app store monopolies

The bill aims to set 'fair, clear, and enforceable' rules to protect competition within the app market

Three US senators introduced a bill to promote competition in the app store space, which Apple and Google currently dominate. The Open App Markets Act, sponsored by Democratic Senators Amy Klobu...

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