EU fines Google a record $2.7 billion for abusing product searches
The search giant has been found guilty of manipulating results to promote its own products.
EU wants to make it easier for police to obtain user data
It’s the latest battle between law enforcement and user privacy.
EU: Social networks are getting better at reviewing hate speech
Facebook was the standout performer, but YouTube has work to do.
Facebook fined €110 million for misleading EU over WhatsApp takeover
The Commission says Facebook employees knew they could merge accounts but didn't say so.
EU will push Apple, Google to treat app developers fairly
It wants laws that stop tech giants from squeezing rivals like Spotify.
Amazon will no longer strong arm ebook publishers in Europe
The European Commission forced Amazon to drop clauses that may have given the retailer an unfair advantage.
EU tool lets whistleblowers report anti-competitive companies
The next big antitrust investigation could be tipped anonymously by a disgruntled employee.