Arizona law may force smartphone app stores to allow third-party payment systems

A bill that could force Apple and Google to allow third-party payment platforms for in-app purchases on the App Store has been introduced in Arizona and is slated for a vote in the state House of Representatives.

The legislative act is an amendment to the Arizona House Bill 2005. In particular, it “limits the ability of some digital application delivery platforms to require the use of a specific in-application payment system.”

In this way, it is similar to the bill introduced on February 10 in North Dakota, which ultimately failed. However, HB 2005 stops requiring tech companies to allow external app stores and only applies to in-app payment systems.

The HB2005 …

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