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UK to set up ‘pro-competition’ regulator to put limits on big tech

UK to set up ‘pro-competition’ regulator to put limits on big tech The UK is moving ahead with a plan to regulate big tech, responding to competition concerns over a ‘winner takes all’ dynamic in digital markets. It will set up a new Digital Market Unit (DMU) to oversee a “pro-competition” regime […]

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Facebook’s latest ad tool fail puts another dent in its reputation

Facebook’s latest ad tool fail puts another dent in its reputation Reset yer counters: Facebook has had to ‘fess up to yet another major ad reporting fail. This one looks like it could be costly for the tech giant to put right — not least because it’s another dent in its reputation […]

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GDPR enforcement must level up to catch big tech, report warns

GDPR enforcement must level up to catch big tech, report warns A new report by European consumer protection umbrella group Beuc, reflecting on the barriers to effective cross-border enforcement of the EU’s flagship data protection framework, makes awkward reading for the regional lawmakers and regulators as they seek to shape the next […]

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Big tech blows a collective raspberry at the House’s antitrust report

Big tech blows a collective raspberry at the House’s antitrust report Big tech has responded to the mammoth antitrust report put out by the U.S. House Judiciary Committee yesterday with blanket denials there’s any monopolistic behaviour or competitive imbalances to see here. Below is a quick run down of Amazon, Apple, Facebook […]

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Big tech has 2 elephants in the room: Privacy and competition

Big tech has 2 elephants in the room: Privacy and competition The question of how policymakers should respond to the power of big tech didn’t get a great deal of airtime at TechCrunch Disrupt last week, despite a number of investigations now underway in the United States (hi, Google). It’s also clear […]

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