WASHINGTON, D.C. –Today, Meghan DiMuzio, executive director for The Coalition for App Fairness (CAF), released the following statement after the U.S. House Judiciary Committee’s markup of the American Choice and Innovation Online Act (H.R. 3816):
“Consumers and app developers across the globe have the right to a fair and competitive digital economy. Today’s markup of the American Choice and Innovation Online Act is a step toward holding platforms accountable for monopolistic behavior. We are pleased to see the committee advance this vital piece of legislation that will put Apple on notice for their anticompetitive practices, and we thank Representatives Cicilline and Buck for their leadership on this issue.” — Meghan DiMuzio, Executive Director of the Coalition for App Fairness.
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About the Coalition for App Fairness
The Coalition for App Fairness is an independent nonprofit organization formed to protect consumer choice, foster competition, and create a level playing field for all app and game developers globally. Originally formed by Basecamp, Blix, Blockchain.com, Deezer, Epic Games, the European Publishers Council, Match Group, News Media Europe, Prepear, Protonmail, Skydemon, Spotify, and Tile, CAF has rapidly grown from 13 to over 55 members since launching in September 2020. CAF offers membership to companies of any size — join today at appfairness.org.