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Apple seeks to ban French activist group from its shops

Friday 5 January 2018 | 10:29 CET | News
Apple has started legal action against French non-profit organisation Attac, which campaigns on issues related to taxation and globalisation. The company is seeking to prevent further disruption from the activist group, following a series of incidents in the pre-Christmas period when a large number of activists occupied an Apple Store in central Paris for several hours. Apple's demands include EUR 3,000 in compensation and a ban on activists entering its stores for a period of three years, subject to a penalty of EUR 150,000 if the court order is breached.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple
Countries: France
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