Last year, in Korea, the forced prohibition law passed, while the App Market Platform State forces in the United States, a bill that prohibits its payment means forces to pass the National Assembly.

The Senate Judiciary Committee (the Senate Judiciary Committee) passed the Open App Market bill as a boulevard, forced prohibition of payment means for the last 3 days (local time). Twenty people in 22 members of the Chairs Committee, and the opposite was in two. Based on the consisting of 11 US Republicans, 11 US Republicans, we can see that they are pursuing the bill per second.

This law contained that App Market platform operators with more than 50 million users in the United States have included their payment methods for the development of the app on the market. In addition, it should not be disadvantage to developers who sell apps at different prices in different markets, and should allow the user to provide users directly to the user in a legitimate manner.

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The bill was in the US Senate in August last August, and passed the intellectuals this time. It will be enforced through the entire Senate. About this bill, Google and Apple opposed the market economic distortion, consumer benefits, and user personal information security issues, but the Senate is conducting procedures to implement the bill.

In addition, the US subtitle passed a bill that prohibits its competitors who have a dominant platform company, such as Google, Apple, and others that have been providing similar services, such as Google, Apple, or others. It is a regulatory movement of platform companies that have a powerful market dominance in the US political party.

Meanwhile, in Korea, the forced prohibition of App Payment forces in September last September has passed, and the enforcement Decree of concrete contents in March will be implemented. For this reason, Google and Apple have allowed the developer to introduce external payments, but the external payment will receive a fee for external payments. In the case of Google, we lower the payment fee 4% p, and Apple did not reveal specific numbers, but it would apply a lower fee rate than the existing 30%.

If the in-app billing forces in the United States is passed, external payments are allowed, like domestic, but it is likely to proceed in a manner that receives a lower fee lower than its own payment. However, even if external payments are used for Google standards in domestic standards, it is pointed out that there is no measure in the development company because the fee rate is only 4% p.