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Yet if a developer offers people alternate payment options outside the App Store—or even points people to alternatives, however obliquely—they could find themselves in breach of Apple’s “terms of service.”
Europe could fill the breach, but has its own squabbles, allowing China’s nakedly transactional diplomacy and Russia’s chaos-sowing what-aboutism to advance.
OpenAI’s striking lack of openness seems to us to be a serious breach of scientific ethics, and a distortion of the goals of the associated nonprofit.
The Cybersecurity Law had purposely left the regulation of personal data protection vague, but consumer data breaches and theft had reached unbearable levels.
A similarly risky US advance purchase deal with Paris-based Sanofi—risky because no vaccine is guaranteed to work—created a diplomatic breach with France.
It charged the two defendants with breach of contract, unfair competition and other claims.
After an eight weeks' siege, a breach having been made, the city surrendered, and a month later the fort followed the example.
While secretly countenancing every attack on the Marshal, the Emperor, for family reasons, was loth to come to an open breach.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
This decision meant a complete reversal of Swedish foreign policy and a breach with France.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
They had reached the foot of the breach, when the fire of the town suddenly ceased.

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