The Australian government has begun urging retailers with concerns about e-book price fixing to file formal complaints, as it considers its own lawsuit against Apple and book publishers.
The Justice Department filed a civil antitrust lawsuit against Apple and major book publishers on Wednesday, charging that the companies colluded to raise the price of e-books in 2010. Read the full story at The New York Times Read Post
The gist of the filing filing in the government's suit against Apple over ebooks is the same as Apple's previous comments on the case: the company denies that it conspired with book publishers to raise ebook prices in a bid to give ... Read Post
A report from Reuters suggests the Department of Justice could file a lawsuit against Apple today over alleged ebook price fixing. Publishers involved in the price-fixing scheme are supposedly settling with the government, while App... Read Post