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Spotify steps up antitrust war over Apple One bundling

Energy Daily Thursday, 17 September 2020
Spotify steps up antitrust war over Apple One bundlingStockholm (AFP) Sept 16, 2020

Sweden's global number one music streamer Spotify is urging EU competition authorities to probe Apple's One bundled subscription services as it steps up its antitrust criticisms of the US tech titan. "Once again, Apple is using its dominant position and unfair practices to disadvantage competitors and deprive consumers by favoring its own services," said Spotify in a statement. "We call
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