The Connecticut Attorney General is investigating both Apple and Amazon's e-book pricing methods.
In a press release issued Monday afternoon, the Connecticut AG's office said its concerns stemmed from "both Amazon and Apple [reaching] agreements with the largest e-book publishers that ensure both will receive the best prices for e-books over any competitors." As a result, per the AG, "these agreements appear to deter certain publishers from offering discounts to Amazon and Apple's competitors — because they must offer the same to Amazon and Apple. This restriction blocks cheaper and competitive prices for consumers."
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