Apple has agreed a landmark settlement with the US Justice Department (DoJ) to resolve allegations that the smartphone giant illegally discriminated against US citizens and green card holders in favour of immigrant workers.
Under the agreement announced on 9 November, Apple is required to pay up to $25m in backpay and civil penalties, the largest award the DoJ has recovered under the anti-discrimination provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
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