Apple and Google race to attribute the internet

As mobile platform operators, both Apple and Google command significant control over the internet economy. This control is often expressed with reference to the platform fees that each company extracts from the payments that they facilitate within those platforms. These fees -- or, more precisely, the inability to avoid the fees through the use of […]

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