Messaging app Telegram filed an antitrust complaint to the European Union against Apple Inc., over the iPhone maker’s app store practices.
- A Telegram spokesman pointed to a
recent blog postby company CEO Pavel Durov for further details about its reasoning for the complaint
- “Some content in apps like Telegram is unavailable to you because Apple censors what is allowed on the App Store, which it fully controls to enforce the 30% tax,” Durov said in the post
- The European Commission declined to comment. Apple didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment
- The Financial Times reported the complaint earlier ...