South Korea aims to end Apple and Google’s commission dominance

South Korea is set to pass a landmark amendment to a law that could force Apple and Google to give up their grip over collecting commissions from developers. While there has been a lot of discussions around these two companies having too much control over fees collected from in-app purchases in their app stores, this is the first time a country has taken a definitive step to curb that. According to Reuters, a South Korean parliamentary committee has already voted in favor of the amendment this morning. The parliament could cast their final votes today.  Apple and Google both charge…

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