Russian law could force Apple to cut App Store fee to 20 percent

Last month, Russia’s antitrust authority found that Apple had overstepped its bounds when blocking a Kaspersky-made app to control kids’ screen time .

At the time, Apple said that it would appeal its decision and it will likely spend the near future fighting battles over control of the App Store all around the world.

It’s not clear how much support Tumusov’s proposal has, given that he is not a member of United Russia, the country’s ruling party.

Although given the general sentiment against Apple -- and other companies running app stores -- it’s certainly plausible that others will support the motion.



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