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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 20 Sep 2021

ACCC launches Apple Pay probe

Australia’s antitrust enforcer is examining whether Apple is unlawfully requiring bank cards to be stored on the iPhone’s digital wallet as a stipulation for using Apple Pay.
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Lexology PRO | Australia, New Zealand | 4 Aug 2021

Australian airline escalates antitrust dispute with Qantas

Counsel to a regional Australian airline has said it is likely to launch private enforcement action against Qantas for alleged “predatory and anticompetitive behaviour”.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, France, Luxembourg, etc. | 3 Aug 2021

Interest groups drive blockbuster Big Tech fines

Luxembourg’s record-breaking €746 million Amazon GDPR fine is the latest example of NGOs sparking some of the EU’s most significant cases against online platforms.
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Lexology PRO | Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, etc. | 2 Aug 2021

EU launches Phase II probe into Facebook/Kustomer deal

The European Commission has opened its second in-depth merger investigation following an Article 22 referral, this time examining Facebook’s acquisition of customer service platform Kustomer.
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Lexology PRO | New Zealand, OECD | 30 Jul 2021

New Zealand market study finds structural problems in grocery sector

New Zealand’s Commerce Commission has suggested breaking up the incumbent supermarket duopoly “as a last resort” after a market study found a lack of competition in the grocery sector.
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Lexology PRO | Australia, European Union, United Kingdom, etc. | 29 Jul 2021

Google faces £920 million UK class action over app store rules

Plaintiff law firm Hausfeld is spearheading a proposed class action against Google that seeks almost £1 billion on behalf of 19.5 million UK consumers that allegedly overpaid for in-app content as a result of the company’s application store restrictions.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, European Union, etc. | 28 Jul 2021

Competition and antitrust: Key compliance updates (15 – 28 Jul)

The UK’s new regulatory regimes for competition and digital markets, Singapore amends its approach to civil penalties, Australia launches inquiry into online marketplaces, and enforcement actions against Amazon, Apple, and Uber – plus more key competition and antitrust updates.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Spain | 27 Jul 2021

Spanish study finds Google, Facebook dominate digital ad sector

A market study by the Spanish antitrust watchdog has found that the country's digital advertising sector is dominated by Facebook and Google, which together control more than 70% of the market’s revenue.
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Lexology PRO | South Africa | 26 Jul 2021

South African enforcer allowed to pursue supermarket for subsidiary's abuse of dominance

South Africa’s highest court has refused to allow Shoprite Checkers to appeal against an appellate court decision finding the retailer can be held liable for its subsidiary ticket seller’s allegedly abusive exclusivity requirements.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, China, Hong Kong | 26 Jul 2021

China orders first ever rectification for an illegal tie-up

China’s competition authority has fined Tencent the statutory maximum for failing to notify its acquisition of China Music in 2016, while also ordering the company to end all of its exclusive licensing deals with record labels as a fix for the competitive harm caused by the deal.
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