Judge says Epic was ‘not honest’ when it bypassed Apple’s payment system in Fortnite

The legal dispute between Epic Games and Apple took another step forward yesterday with the hearing of Epic’s request for an injunction against Apple’s decision to remove Fortnite from the iOS App Store. A ruling on the request wasn’t issued, but it doesn’t sound like it was an especially good day for Epic: As reported by CNN, judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers was critical of Epic’s actions leading up to the lawsuit, saying the company was “not honest” when it released the Fortnite update that enabled users to bypass Apple’s payment system.

The judge seemed to suggest that Epic’s actions actually help justify Apple’s defense of its App Store policies as a way to protect users from malicious software. “You did something, you lied about it by omission, by not being forthcoming. That’s the security issue. That’s the security issue!” she said. “There are a lot of people in the public who consider you guys heroes for what you guys did, but it’s still not honest.”

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