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Apple’s EU DMA compliance shouldn’t ‘sacrifice’ safety or integrity, company lawyer says

Apple will comply with new EU “gatekeeper” rules that allow alternative app stores, but the law raises questions over the impact on privacy and system integrity, a senior lawyer has said.

At a workshop on the forthcoming Digital Markets Act, Kyle Andeer said opening up “alternative distribution” for app developers on the iPhone

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