Items tagged "Apple"
Public Knowledge Asks International Trade Commission to Protect CompetitionNovember 8, 2018 Apple , Competition , ITC , Qualcomm
Today, Public Knowledge and the Open Markets Institute sent a letter to the International Trade Commission supporting a recent administrative law judge’s decision that Qualcomm’s requested relief of banning certain models of Apple’s iPhone from the U.S. market would harm the public interest, by reducing competition in the premium baseband market.Read More
App Store Control Is Less Important Than Human Rights, ActuallyOctober 11, 2019 Apple , Free Expression , Free Speech , Global , Human Rights , Privacy , security
I have written about app stores at length before but it is worth reiterating a few points given the recent news about Apple removing access to the Hkmap.live app (which helps people track police activity) and Google removing access to The Revolution of Our Times (a protest game). First, Apple’s (and Google’s) explanations don’t pass […]Read More
FTC Should Continue to Fight for Lower Consumer Prices in Qualcomm LawsuitApril 18, 2019 Apple , Competition , FTC , Patent Reform , Patents
Back in November, Public Knowledge and Open Markets Institute argued to the International Trade Commission that it would violate the public interest to grant Qualcomm’s request to ban iPhones that used Intel baseband technology from the U.S. market. We wrote then,Read More