South Korea to curb Apple, Google Commission Dominance

South Korea to curb Apple_ Google Commission Dominance-01

A South Korean parliamentary committee voted early Wednesday to recommend amending a law prohibiting Apple and Google from forcibly charging software developers commissions on in-app purchases. This could be the first step toward towards data privacy in South Korea.

The modification to the Telecommunications Business Act, dubbed the “Anti-Google law,” will be put to a final vote in parliament after a vote by the legislation and judicial committee.

Apple and Google have both been chastised around the world for using software developers who use their app stores to use proprietary payment systems that charge commissions of up to 30%.

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