U.S. legislators hail South Korea’s move to curb Apple and Google’s app-store dominance

Carl Szabo
Carl Szabo Vice President and General Counsel

Google and Apple resisted the legislation in South Korea, arguing that customers’ privacy could be compromised on smaller and less secure payment systems and that the measure’s impact on consumers and developers is uncertain. NetChoice, a tech trade association that counts the two companies as members, has made some of the same arguments in its efforts to head off similar legislation in Washington.

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