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iPhones vulnerable to Pegasus-type breaches, concedes Apple

Apple says the spy tech is used to target specific individuals and is not a threat to a majority of its users

Apple removes ‘Fakespot’ app from App Store on data privacy concerns by Amazon

The app which was launched last month for iOS users, is a service for filtering and hiding fake product reviews on Amazon

France drags Apple to court over ‘abusive commercial practices’

The lawsuit filed in 2018 by France’s competition and the anti-fraud agency seeks a halt to the practices by global tech giant Apple and a fine of 2.0 million euros
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Noose tightens around Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon as EU antitrust watchdogs seek bigger role in enforcing new IT rules

The new Digital Markets Act, which was proposed by the European Commission last year, targets global online companies that control data and access to their platforms

New Digital Markets Act may derail Apple’s expansion plans in Europe

According to Tim Cook, the proposed European rules aimed at curbing the power of US tech giants, and pose security and privacy risks to iPhones

More troubles for Apple, Google as UK competition authority plans to examine duopoly

The UK watchdog alongside its existing examination of Apple over the App Store, has started investigating whether the dominant iOS and Android platforms represent unfair competition

Japan slaps antitrust probe against global tech giants Apple, Google

According to the Japanese government, Apple has been the subject of multiple antitrust probes alongside other tech giants, including Google

Apple tells employees to join back work from office starting Sept

So, far about 80 employees have signed a letter calling for more flexibility for employees who have been working remotely for more than a year
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Apple to launch new tech to check data-privacy leaks

Technology giant and global smartphone maker, Apple has said that it will automatically hide user IP addresses by default in the Safari browser
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Google game for Apple’s play-book model, plans first retail store in New York

The announcement shows that the internet giant is playing by Apple's play-book of operating physical stores and providing in-person services to boost sales
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