Guest post: Apple rejecting Flattr is blatant anticompetitive behavior

This guest post comes from Christopher Meatto who advocates free access to ideas, has been working as an intellectual property advisor for years and promotes intelligent application of the collective copyright and intellectual property laws and traditions at his blog at harvardlaw74.com The Apple App Store rejection of Flattr’s micro-payment donation application is anticompetitive behavior … Continue reading Guest post: Apple rejecting Flattr is blatant anticompetitive behavior

Apple rejected Flattr… and it’s not the end

Hello, HackerNews, TechCrunch and TheNextWeb and everyone else! Flattr is a social micropayment service that allows content creators to tap into their fans and followers for financial support. It’s a Facebook Like button with real meaning ie. money on top. Read more about Flattr or sign up » Those following us on Twitter already know … Continue reading Apple rejected Flattr… and it’s not the end