Apple has already made a confidential submission to the committee and attended a hearing earlier this weekbehind closed doors.
Federal Labor backbencher Ed Husic isn’t happy that the investigations are being done in private.
“At some point down the track I think it would beneficial for them and their customers to be a sort of public discussion wherever possible,” he told ITWeek.
Husic has been pushing for the IT pricing inquiry for a year. He told The Age: “People here scratch their heads trying to work out why they get fleeced on software downloads”.
So far three public submissions have been made (including Microsoft), and three private (including Apple’s).