Jeffrey Blumenfeld speaks to CNN about a suit by Epic, developer of the popular game Fortnite, against Apple and Google for what Epic claims to be anti-competitive practices in the defendants’ app stores and payment policies. He says that Apple “could argue that the 30% fee for in-app purchases pays for running the App Store and reviewing apps to ensure they are not security risks.” For Epic to prevail, Blumenfeld believes the court would have to be "pretty strongly convinced" that forcing Google and Apple to change their distribution practices would benefit consumers in the long run. He states, "I have a very hard time believing that the result of this lawsuit is that the court says that Apple is not permitted to control distribution of apps through its own App Store."