Elon Musk calls App Store fees a ‘de facto global tax on the internet,’ sides with Epic Games
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Elon Musk calls App Store fees a ‘de facto global tax on the internet,’ sides with Epic Games

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In the process of denying he asked Tim Cook to be CEO of Apple during an alleged conversation about a Tesla acquisition, Elon Musk has turned his attention to Apple’s App Store, saying Epic Games is right and that Apple holds a “defacto global tax on the Internet.”

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