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Supreme Court Allows Anti Trust Suit Against Apple's App Store

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Supreme Court Allows Anti Trust Suit Against Apple's App Store

Supreme Court Allows Anti Trust Suit Against Apple's App Store

According to Reuters, the US Supreme Court will allow an anti-trust lawsuit against Apple to proceed.

In a 5-to-4 ruling, the court justices upheld a lower court’s decision to allow the proposed class action case to continue.

The suit alleges that Apple monopolized the software market for Mac-based products, like the iPhone, through the App Store.

Apple charges a 30-percent commission on App Store purchases.

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