Approved antitrust report
The US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee formally approved a report accusing Big Tech companies of buying or crushing smaller firms.
Should not have banned me
President Donald Trump blamed Big Tech companies for dividing the country days after Twitter and Facebook banned him on their platforms for encouraging the attack on the US Capitol building.
If they ignore EU regulations
Technology companies’ services could be banned from the European market if they do not heed EU regulation.
Will follow Trump's line and stick the boot in
Adweek has published an article titled "What to Expect: How a Biden Administration Would Tackle Tech Policy" and it looks like much of the bottom kicking that Trump planned to do will still happen.
EU ready to insist
The European Union is preparing to force big tech to share their customer data with smaller rivals, the Financial Times reported
Austrian privacy campaigner complains
Technology firms' compliance with European restrictions on transatlantic data transfers is shockingly poor, according to Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems.
Anti-trust investigations for everyone
The US Justice Department is moving “full-tilt” on its antitrust investigation of Google and other Big Tech platforms.
After US walked out on talks threatening sanctions against the rest of the world
France has said a US decision to quit global talks on how to tax big digital firms such as Google, Amazon and Facebook was a “provocation” and the European Union said it could impose taxes even if no deal was reached by year-end.
Working them into the fine print of trade agreements
Foreign watchdogs will have to allow US Big Tech to shaft their consumers under the terms of doing business with the US.