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  • After suing Google years ago for its alleged monopolistic practices regarding Android and the Google Play Store, Epic won in a surprise jury verdict last year.
  • As part of the decision, Epic has been tasked with submitting a proposed injunction to the court for consideration. In simpler terms, the court wants to know what changes Epic wants to see on the Google Play Store and Android.
  • The court filing comes a few weeks after Epic announced that it will bring the Epic Games Store to iOS and Android as an alternative app marketplace "later this year."
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[-] [email protected] 4 points 1 month ago

Epic is full of bad-faith arguments. Nothing they say will convince me. I'm completely open to arguments from other parties. I am on the side of devs who feel oppressed by the duopoly. Epic can eat a turd.

this post was submitted on 17 Apr 2024
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