Friday, October 16, 2015

Apple's Antitrust Monitorship is Over - Publishers' Weekly

Panzer's trip into the Catosphere today took him to the Publishers' Weekly site. After some digging around our kitty boy reporter found a post about the latest on the Apple price-fixing case.

According to Andrew Richard Albanese, monitor Michael Bromwich has finished his work with Apple. Judge Denise Cote had appointed Mr. Bromwich after Apple was convicted of ebook price-fixing charges. Mr. Bromwich was to oversee Apple and monitor their implementation of his recommended policies. This was to make sure they were in compliance with the court order not to engage in antitrust operations.

Just accept it, Apple. It's over.
Panzer says, "Finally. ... This has been dragging on for over two years now. ... Oh, but wait ... Apple can still appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court to have the conviction overturned. ... Maybe, it's not over yet."

To read the post, tootle over to Apple

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