Government wants end to Apple e-book compliance monitoring

Tuesday 13 October 2015 | 09:35 CET | News
The US Department of Justice wrote to the federal judge in Manhattan handling the Apple e-book price fixing case that the company has put reforms in place to comply with antitrust laws, Bloomberg reports. The government recommended that compliance monitoring not be extended. The letter states that Apple "never embraced a cooperative working relationship with the monitor" but that it has "now implemented meaningful antitrust policies, procedures, and training programs that were obviously lacking at the time Apple participated in and facilitated the horizontal price-fixing conspiracy found by

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