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Why the DOJ and 16 states are suing Apple in a landmark antitrust case

The Department of Justice and more than a dozen states sued Apple in a landmark antitrust case. They argue the tech giant created a monopoly in the smartphone market by using excessively restrictive hardware and apps that keep customers locked into Apple’s ecosystem, putting a “chokehold on competition.” Amna Nawaz discussed the case with Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Doha Mekki.

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