EU Warns Apple Not to Use Privacy and Security to Justify Anti-Competitive Behavior


Margrethe Vestager, executive vice president of the European Commission, warned Apple against using privacy and security concerns to excuse anti-competitive behavior on Friday, reports Reuters.
The warning comes as Apple has ramped up marketing efforts to justify its ban on sideloading and third party app stores as a privacy and security necessity.
Last year, Vestager proposed the Digital Markets Act (DMA) that would force Apple to allow users to install applications downloaded from the internet or third party app stores. According to a document published by Apple last month, this would expose users to "serious security risks".

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