The Australian Competition Authority releases its second interim report which examines the competition and consumer issues associated with the distribution of mobile apps to users of smartphones and other mobile devices

On 28 April 2021, the ACCC released its second interim report as part of the five-year Digital Platform Services Inquiry, which examines the competition and consumer issues associated with the distribution of mobile apps to users of smartphones and other mobile devices. In this second interim report the ACCC found that: App developers need fair and reasonable terms when dealing with app stores and better processes for the approval of apps to help address the

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Emma Croft, The Australian Competition Authority releases its second interim report which examines the competition and consumer issues associated with the distribution of mobile apps to users of smartphones and other mobile devices, 28 April 2021, e-Competitions April 2021, Art. N° 101171

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