Apple says South Korea bill to open App Store payments will undermine ‘privacy protections’
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Apple says South Korea bill to open App Store payments will undermine ‘privacy protections’

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South Korea may be close to approving an amendment to its Telecommunications Business Act that would force companies like Apple and Google to allow third-party payment options in their app stores. With a final decision coming as soon as Wednesday, August 25, Apple has shared concerns about what the bill would mean for the App Store.

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