Days ahead of Apple CEO Tim Cook's appearance at an antitrust hearing alongside other tech company leaders on July 29, NYU Stern professor of marketing Scott Galloway has offered ideas for questions the House Antitrust Subcommittee could ask, to determine how much power Apple has.
A U.S. House Judiciary Committee hearing at which big tech CEOs, including Apple chief Tim Cook, are scheduled to offer testimony on antitrust matters will likely be postponed, according to a report on Thursday.
Microsoft president and chief legal officer Brad Smith reportedly expressed concerns about the Apple App Store in a meeting with the U.S. House antitrust committee investigating dominant tech companies.
Developers of Hong Kong's PopVote, an app and voting platform designed in part to protest the city's recently invoked national security law, claim Apple is censoring the title by refusing it entry onto the App Store.
A congressional committee on Tuesday sent letters to Apple and Google urging both companies to closely monitor the collection and possible exploitation of user data by third-party apps affiliated with foreign entities.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has agreed to participate in U.S. House Judiciary Committee antitrust probe, making him the last chief executive of four big tech companies targeted in the investigation to signal intent to yield testimony.