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Europe's wide-ranging proposals could spell more regulation for the big US firms that have been fined billions of dollars by the European Union.
Mark Zuckerberg struggles to curry favor with the EU, with skeptical lawmakers questioning Facebook’s dominance and the spread of coronavirus mi...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is meeting with EU lawmakers in Brussels – and they're not giving him an easy ride.
The woman Trump describes as Europe’s ‘tax lady’ defied him again and backed radical plans to tax Silicon Valley’s revenue
Trump is reported to have said: 'Your tax lady, she really hates the US.'
The global humans rights organisation Amnesty International has criticised Google and Facebook's business models, calling them "surveillance-based."
The Danish politician, known for her stringent regulation of big tech, was speaking at the Web Summit tech conference in Lisbon, Portugal on Thursday.
EU Commissioner Margrethe Vestager doesn’t want to break up big tech companies like Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook
She's worried that by chopping off one head, seven more will grow back, meaning that by breaking them up "you just have many more problems."
EU Commissioner Vestager slammed Mark Zuckerberg for allowing lies in political ads: That’s not democracy, it’s ‘manipulation’...
The EU's Margrethe Vestager had sharp words about Facebook's political ad policy.
The EU just launched a big antitrust probe into Amazon, and it could lead to a fine of up to $23 billion
The European Union's competition commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, announced the Amazon investigation on Wednesday.
Amazon is facing a ‘full-blown’ antitrust investigation from the woman who has fined Google and Apple billions
According to a new Bloomberg report, a formal investigation into Amazon is imminent in the European Union.
Trump drops the biggest hint yet that he’s coming after the big-tech ‘monopoly’ with potential billion-dollar fines
President Donald Trump pointed to the European Union's fines to firms such as Google and said, 'We should be doing that — they're our companies.'