Spotify and Deezer ask EU regulators to stop Apple from abusing its dominance
The music streaming services want help with tech titans
A group of European tech companies have asked EU regulators to put a stop to what they see as anti-competitive practices from companies like Apple and Amazon. According to a report in the Financial Times, “Spotify co-founder Daniel Ek and Deezer chief executive Hans-Holger Albrecht called on Brussels to ensure ‘a level playing field’ by reining in platforms that are ‘regularly abusing their advantaged position’.” Spotify and Deezer are upset that Apple takes a 30 percent cut of the subscripti...
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