The Dutch Competition Authority rejects claim of unlawful tying on the digital music markets (Apple)

The Dutch competition authority (NMa) rejects a complaint by the Dutch Consumer's Association regarding possible unlawful bundling of Apple's portable digital music players and music sold online by Apple. The NMa concludes that, even if Apple was to be dominant on either of two the markets, it is currently not abusing this possible dominant position by unlawful tying or bundling. Facts On 31 January 2007, the Dutch Consumers' Association (Consumentenbond) filed to the NMa a complaint against Apple, arguing that Apple engaged in unlawful

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  • RBB Economics (The Hague)

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Jeroen Algera, The Dutch Competition Authority rejects claim of unlawful tying on the digital music markets (Apple), 6 September 2007, e-Competitions September 2007, Art. N° 15037

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