There’s a theory of harm for that: The Tipline for 3 August 2020

Apple chief executive Tim Cook spent large chunks of Wednesday’s Congressional antitrust hearing watching like the rest of us. A tally from the New York Times found Cook faced at least 24 fewer questions than chief execs from Facebook, Google and Amazon. But there was plenty of love to go around during the almost six-hour hearing as lawmakers questioned the iPhone-maker's 30% commission rate and challenged the App Store’s rules as arbitrary and opaque.


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