With pandemic-era acquisitions, big tech is back in the antitrust crosshairs

With many major sectors totally frozen and reeling from losses, tech’s biggest players are proving themselves to be the exception to the rule yet

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EU says websites can’t hide content behind ‘cookie walls’

Are you frustrated with websites trying to dodge around the EU’s cookie consent laws by forcing you accept cookies just to view anything? So

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California sues Uber and Lyft for allegedly misclassifying drivers

California’s Assembly Bill 5 was designed to confront the ridesharing industry over its treatment of drivers, and now that confrontation is officially underway. State

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FCC ordered to provide IP addresses tied to fake net neutrality comments

The FCC might not have much choice but to hand over data logs for fake net neutrality comments. A federal judge has ordered (via

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Australia will make Facebook and Google pay for news content

Internet giants are about to face more government oversight in Australia. The country has ordered its Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to create a

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Labor regulators look into Amazon’s firings of outspoken critics

Amazon is facing scrutiny for firing employees and otherwise striking back at vocal critics of its workplace practices. The National Labor Relations Board is

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Nuro’s driverless delivery cars are cleared for testing in California

Nuro’s driverless delivery vehicles just got another important approval. California’s DMV has given Nuro a permit to test completely self-driving couriers in specific parts

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