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ACT | The App Association Statement on Decision in Epic v. Apple

September 10, 2021 GMT
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, ACT | The App Association released a statement from president Morgan Reed on a decision in Epic v. Apple by the Ninth Circuit:

“Today’s decision illustrates Apple is not a monopolist and keeps in place the services and benefits our members rely on to compete on a global scale. Importantly, the order does not require Apple to allow sideloading of potentially fraudulent or harmful software. While the changes around communications with customers may benefit some developers, they still pose a risk that a few rich companies avoid contributing equally to the App Store’s services. The App Association will continue to advocate for policies that benefit our members and not just line the pockets of billion-dollar brands.”

About the App Association: ACT | The App Association represents more than 5,000 app makers and connected device companies in the mobile economy. Organization members leverage the connectivity of smart devices to create innovative solutions that make our lives better. ACT | The App Association is the leading industry resource on market strategy, regulated industries, privacy, and security.

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