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Apple CEO Tim Cook criticizes European law that would break App Store hold – CNBC

“I look at the tech regulation that’s being discussed, I think there are good parts of it. And I think there are parts of it…

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Apple CEO Tim Cook said that he believes a proposed European law known as DMA would “not be in the best interest of users,” signaling the iPhone maker’s opposition to European legislation that would force it to allow users to install software outside of…

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