A US judge on Wednesday appointed an external monitor to keep Apple in compliance with antitrust laws, following the tech giant's loss in court earlier this year.
Judge Denise Cote named former Assistant US Attorney and Justice Department Inspector General Michael Bromwich to keep tabs on the company for the next two years. That's less than the five-year injunction Apple faces across numerous deals with publishers as part of a July ruling.
Bromwich was one of two names picked by the Justice Department as well as plaintiff states as part of last month's injunction ruling. As monitor, … Read more