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Dutch watchdog says Apple to offer other payment methods in dating apps. The Netherlands' antitrust watchdog on Saturday said Apple will allow different payment methods in Dutch dating applications, ending a dispute that resulted in the company being fined 50 million euros ($52.58 million). The Authority for Consumers and Markets (AMC) said in a statement that with this concession, Apple will meet the requirement that the regulator had set under the European Union and Dutch competition rules.

Dutch watchdog says Apple to offer other payment methods in dating apps

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