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Apple may rewrite developer agreement to avoid antitrust action

Posted on Wednesday, May 05 2010 @ 00:40:24 CEST by

PC Mag writes Apple may rewrite its iPhone OS developer agreement to avoid potential antitrust action.
On Tuesday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Apple might adjust its language to avoid an inquiry. It's unclear whether the paper was suggesting Apple was actively investigating such a practice, or whether it not it was speculating.

But the paper also said that developers has reported that the FTC had asked for feedback regarding Apple's iAds, the interactive ad platform Apple plans to launch with iPhone OS 4. Here, too, however, it's unclear whether the FTC's questions involve Apple's iAds themselves, or whether the agency is investigating whether they may allow enough competition in the market to allow Google's proposed acquisition of mobile ad platform AdMob to proceed.



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