From Forbes:

While state Republicans have largely been receptive, libertatian groups, such as Koch-backed Americans For Prosperity and the R Street Institute, say the bills make unnecessary mandates on private companies. For their part, Apple and Google are strongly lobbying against any app store legislation. Erik Neuenschwander, Apple’s chief privacy engineer, said in testimony before the North Dakota State Senate that allowing third-party payment processors opens up Apple devices to bad actors who may jeopardize privacy and security.