German cartel office examining Apple’s tracking rules -Breaking
© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: An Apple logo is seen on a man’s mobile screen as he looks out of a store window in Shanghai, China. July 30, 2017. REUTERS/Aly Song
BERLIN, (Reuters) – Germany’s cartel office has begun to investigate Apple (NASDAQ)’s tracking rules for third-party app users. This is in an effort to find out if they are giving the U.S. tech company preferential treatment or hindering other companies.
Apple spokesmen said they would cooperate constructively with the cartel to address any concerns and talk about their approach to tracking rules.