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Apple,Amazon,Facebook,Google – Absolute power corrupts absolutely

Monopolies harm the economy and democracy and businesses like Apple, Amazon, Facebook & Google have gotten too powerful and we risk heading towards an uncertain future without privacy and full of abuses! The recent investigation report is as obvious as can be: Amazon: The platform has monopoly power over many small- and medium-sized businesses that do […]

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Broken Internet

Amazon, Apple and Twitter – Cartel-Like Behavior !? When Harry Became Sally

Big online giants are more and more aggressive with users, abuses are more and more frequent and all this came with money, which for mega-corporations money is a weapon in the true sense of the word! Amazon deleted Ryan Anderson’s book, When Harry Became Sally, a conservative exploration of the transgender movement. The hardback, the […]

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Antitrust Technology

Ugly “Worm” in Apple MacBook M1 – Excessive SSD usage !

I am not and I have never been a big fan of Apple products and the reason is old and I have it since I got my hands on an interesting but (it turned out to be useless) gadget: Apple iPod Touch ! I bought the used product and everything seemed ok, but after I […]

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Antitrust Technology

Apple and Samsung fined for deliberately reducing the performance of mobile phones

Back in 2018, the Italian investigation found that software updates “significantly reduced performance”, accelerating new acquisitions: Apple & Samsung are being fined €10m and €5m respectively in Italy for the “planned obsolescence” of their smartphones! …. In a statement the antitrust watchdog said “Apple & Samsung implemented dishonest commercial practices” and that operating system updates […]

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Apple, the American Copyright Troll loss in lawsuit against Corellium

When someone endangers the power and arrogance of the “Troll King” , Apple do nothing but attack! Apple sued security firm Corellium last year, accusing it of violating copyright law because it gave researchers access to “virtual” iPhones that could help them find errors in iOS products. Now, a Florida federal judge has dropped Apple’s […]