A U.S. district court judge in Manhattan has ruled that Apple conspired with ebook publishers to fix ebook prices above those set by Amazon in violation of U.S. anti-trust law, AppleInsider is reporting.
The Department of Justice's case against Apple is based on "fictions and incomplete quotations," according to a lawyer representing the company in its trial for colluding with publishers to fix e-book prices.
The United States Department of Justice is accusing Apple of a price fixing scheme with publishers to fix e-book prices, according to a report by Bloomberg.
These were Steve Jobs' exact words, spoken almost three years ago at Apple's 2010 Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco: "We're going to the standards bodies, starting tomorrow, and we're going to make FaceTime an open industry standard."
While it might seem like a stretch to compare WWDC and info360, there is a strong link between the two events--and the link is content.
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