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"How Apple uses its App Store to copy the best ideas"

Reed Albergotti in his Washington Post article quotes Maurice Stucke:


"Technology platforms like Apple and Amazon can use the information to 'identify potential nascent threats and then acquire that threat and then find a way to disadvantage it,' said Maurice Stucke, a professor at the University of Tennessee College of Law and author of several books on antitrust policy. Once Apple duplicates the idea behind an app, the in-house version often benefits from functionality that outside developers are prohibited from using."


The September 5, 2019 article is available here.

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