Industry strongly concerned for Apple’s proposed scheme for DMA compliance

34 companies and associations operating across a wide range of digital sectors, including aviation, publishing/press, gaming, commercial radios , audio streaming, applications software, communications, marketing, payment, fintech, crypto and marketplaces, wrote a joint letter to EVP Vestager and Commissioner Breton to express their deep concerns about Apple’s proposed scheme for compliance with the Digital Markets Act (DMA), as communicated on 25 January 2024.

Apple’s new terms not only disregard both the spirit and letter of the law, but if left unchanged, make a mockery of the DMA and the considerable efforts by the European Commission and EU institutions to make digital markets competitive.

Read the full joint industry letter co-signed by the AER, here.



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