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Opening Apple's "walled garden" and shutting Tik Tok in the US

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Our daily selection of the global stories that really matter. Discover the news beyond the headlines with Curio. Every morning, host Manish Verma selects analytical and thought-provoking articles from the world’s leading publications, leaving you better informed and ready for your day. In today's episode... Apple is ready to relinquish some of its power. In response to strict new EU laws aimed at levelling the playing fields for developers, Bloomberg explains why Apple has finally decided to allow customers to download third-party software onto their devices. Later, TikTok has gone from strength to strength as its influence increases worldwide. Yet, with a recent resurgence of warnings about the security risks posed by the app, The Financial Times discusses TikTok's long-term struggle to escape being banned in the U.S.

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