Apple e-books agreements violated US antitrust law

The judge in the Apple e-books trial ruled today that Apple violated US antitrust law, finding that the company knowingly and intentionally participated in and facilitated a horizontal conspiracy to eliminate retail price competition and to raise the retail prices of e-books.

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