From "Dutch consumer watchdog gives Apple fifth $5.7 million fine in App Store dispute" posted Monday by Reuters:
The Dutch antitrust watchdog fined Apple (AAPL.O) 5 million euros ($5.7 million) on Monday, the fifth such penalty in successive weeks in a row over access to non-Apple payment methods for subscriptions to dating apps.
The Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) says the iPhone maker is abusing a dominant market position by failing to allow software application makers in the Netherlands to use other payment methods for dating apps accessible via its App Store.
"We have clearly explained to Apple how they can comply...," the watchdog said in a statement. "So far, however, they have refused to put forward any serious proposals."
Neither Apple nor the ACM have commented on whether any of the weekly fines have been paid, but it is understood that all are still outstanding.
My take: The weekly 5-million Euro fines are scheduled to end after 10 weeks.