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Monday, February 21, 2011
Apple 'greed' tax spreads beyond music, movie, magazines - Jobs bites hand that feeds Safari
Apple's recently enacted "give us 30 per cent of your subscription revenue"'Greed Tax' of Apple goes beyond music and movies now!is metastasizing beyond online magazines, newspapers, music services, and video apps, ensnaring at least one software-as-a-service app as well.
Steve Jobs' App Store police have rejected the iOS version of Readability – an online service that allows you to read online stories stripped of ads, Flash, and other distractions – saying the app's developers provided no way for Apple to take its cut of subscription revenue.