Department of Justice’s antitrust unit intensifying the case against Apple over its App Store policies

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The antitrust division head of the Department of Justice, Jonathan Kanter, is eroding the case against Apple regarding its policies regarding the App Store.

The Financial Times reports that Kanter, who took over the position in November 2021, said the investigation is currently “firing on all cylinders.” Regulators, companies, and law enforcement have been attempting for years to break up Apple’s tightly knit iOS ecosystem. Apple has defended itself vehemently, but recent events suggest that this may be changing.

Apple acknowledged the need to modify the App Store in order to comply with the EU’s Digital Markets Act—which gives tech companies until March to make legal adjustments—in a filing to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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