Why Legislating App Rights Is Harder Than It Seems

Why Legislating App Rights Is Harder Than It Seems

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New Major regulation is pending that could change the future of the mobile ecosystem and the way mobile apps are made, played and paid for. And it's not all good. The Problem With App Rights Two weeks ago, Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA) released the APPS Rights Act, a bill pushing developers...
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