An Italian administrative court on Friday accepted Apple’s appeal against a decision by Italy’s antitrust authority to fine the group, but rejected an appeal by Alphabet-subsidiary Google against the watchdog’s ruling.
Last year, Italy’s antitrust regulator fined Google and Apple 10 million euros ($10.36 million) each, claiming that the two tech groups had not provided “clear and immediate information” on how they collect and use the data of those who access their services.
MacDailyNews Take: We’ll toast to that!
Obviously, Apple provided “clear and immediate information” on how they collect and use the data of those who access their services. Google, unsurprisingly, did not.
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