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The Dutch Antitrust Regulator is now reviewing Apple's latest round of App Store Changes to assess whether it complies with national law

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It's being reported today that the Dutch antitrust watchdog is now studying whether a new round of changes Apple announced last week to its App Store's terms and conditions in the Netherlands will bring it into compliance with national law, according to Reuters.


Last Thursday Apple made a further statement on their website, laying out how developers could implement the alternative payment methods.


The Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) has been levying weekly fines of 5 million euros ($5.7 million) on Apple since Jan. 24, saying the company had failed to open its app store to allow dating app providers in the Netherlands to use alternative payment methods.


Apple on Jan. 15 asserted it had complied with the Dutch regulator's December order covering only dating apps like Match Group's Tinder, but the regulator responded that Apple hadn't actually yet made changes -- it had just indicated it would.


For more background on this story, read the full report by the Jurist that was published on Christmas day 2021.


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