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In a filing in the Epic lawsuit, Apple says it “could charge a commission” if developers use a competing payments platform, following a similar Google policy
Investigation finds US predictive policing tool PredPol, used countrywide, often perpetuates biases by directing police to poor, Black, and Latino neighborhoods
Sources: Apple, which cut its projected iPhone 13 production targets for 2021 by up to 10M units, tells suppliers that it may not make up the shortfall in 2022
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