North Dakota law could change the iPhone in a big way
State lawmakers in North Dakota will soon vote on a law that regulates the way Apple and Google do business with third-party mobile apps.
Supporters of the law argue that it will help small businesses, and that it would rein in Apple and Google’s near-monopoly power in the world of mobile computing. Critics worry that it could undermine user safety, with one Apple exec saying it “threatens to destroy iPhone as you know it”.
In this short article, we’ll look at the proposed law, examine the arguments from both sides, and talk …