Zuckerberg Says Apple's Behavior Regarding App Store 'Deserves Scrutiny'

Zuckerberg Says Apple's Behavior Regarding App Store 'Deserves Scrutiny'

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has once again spoken out about Apple's App Store saying the company's behavior 'raises questions' and 'deserves scrutiny'.

The CEO made the comments during an interview with Axios:

Calls for investigation of Apple App Store
"I do think that there are questions that people should be looking into about that control of the App Store and whether that is enabling as robust of a competitive dynamic."

Should the government investigate?
"I think I'm not necessarily the person to answer that," Zuckerberg said. "I think some of the behavior certainly raises questions. And I do think it's something that deserves scrutiny."

Zuckerberg has become more vocal in his criticism against Apple after the company refused to allow Facebook to offer cloud games via its Facebook Gaming app. Additionally, Apple rejected a Facebook app update that would reveal its cut of in-app purchases to users and announced plans to force users to opt-in for in-app ad tracking. This could cut publisher revenue by over 50%. Apple recently delayed the feature until next year.

More details in the full report linked below.

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Zuckerberg Says Apple's Behavior Regarding App Store 'Deserves Scrutiny'

AW13 - September 11, 2020 at 8:34am
He's just trying to be relevant again. Trying to detract the world from his company's shady practices. Attempting to take the wind out of Apple's sails. He should keep his face out of the media.
ichild - September 9, 2020 at 11:25pm
Apple should remove Facebook also. Open your own app store Suck I mean Zuk.
PaulieP - September 10, 2020 at 5:14pm
You had it right with Suck-erberg 😆
joeyxxx1 - September 9, 2020 at 11:21pm
Foook zuck. He’s the worst filth out there.
PaulieP - September 9, 2020 at 6:56pm
Zuckerberg is shady and doesn’t belong in a seat of power. He developed a website that had already been done by MySpace. Yes he made it slightly better but he is no Steve Jobs and definitely not a president nor is he anyone we should take advice from. If anything he is more of a big bully who might or might not let you get away with a questionable post on HIS platform.
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