The Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission are a little bit curious what Apple is up to after they introduced their new subscription policy for iOS apps built around magazines and streaming media services. Companies have been accusing Apple of antitrust violations, but the Cupertino company isn't panicking yet: it's just a preliminary investigation for now. [WSJ]
DOJ And FTC Are Investigating Apple's iOS Subscription Policies
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