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Apple demands removal of court-appointed antitrust monitor

08
Jan
2014

This past summer, Apple was found guilty of colluding with book publishers to fix eBook prices. The consumer tech giant appealed the ruling and lost, and part of its punishment is to play host to a court-appointed external antitrust monitor who would be tasked with ensuring that the company complies with the court’s various orders. Apple, needless to say, is not happy about it. The company has complained about the monitor a number of times, arguing that his fees are exorbitant and his methods are invasive, and now Apple is once again asking the court to remove him from his post. In a letter filed with U.S. District Judge Denise Cote late on Tuesday, Apple asked the Manhattan court to disqualify antitrust

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