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Apple Defends Itself In E-Book Pricing Case
"On Monday, the Justice Department's lawyers homed in on a condition in Apple's contracts with the publishers: the "most favored nation" clause, which required publishers to allow Apple to sell e-books at the same price as the books would be sold in any other store." The New York Times 06/17/13
Posted June 18, 2013 07:57 AM




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