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Apple and four major publishers have reached a settlement with the European Commission over claims that the companies had engaged anti-competitively in relation to the sale of electronic books (e-books). 14 Dec 2012
Betting companies based anywhere in the world will need to obtain a licence from the UK's Gambling Commission if they want to advertise or transact with UK-based consumers under proposed new laws outlined by the Government. 04 Dec 2012
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Apple and four international publishers have offered to scrap their existing 'agency model' agreements in order to alleviate regulatory concerns that they colluded to fix the price of electronic books (e-books) in breach of EU competition laws. 21 Sep 2012
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has initiated legal proceedings against Apple and publishers Penguin and Macmillan alleging that the companies have violated US antitrust laws by colluding to fix the price of electronic books (e-books). 13 Apr 2012
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