Advertisers call foul
Last week the fruity cargo cult Apple announced changes to its privacy rules which will require users to opt in to having their data collected by advertisers.
Anti-trust investigations for everyone
The US Justice Department is moving “full-tilt” on its antitrust investigation of Google and other Big Tech platforms.
A US appeals court reversed a lower court ruling against chip supplier Qualcomm in an antitrust lawsuit brought by the Federal Trade Commission.
Fruity cargo cult Apple appears to have angered the Russians with its control of the mobile apps market.
Could lock up big tech CEOS
New York state is introducing a bill that would make it easier to sue big tech companies for alleged abuses of their monopoly powers.
You want watches we give you watchdogs
The European Commission announced it is launching an in-depth antitrust investigation into Google's $2.1 billion bid for Fitbit.
We want less rules
Big Tech companies are funding an expensive lobby group which has the sole aim of making sure they don’t have to deal with any expensive “rules” that normal businesses have to face.
App store concerns
Microsoft President Brad Smith has been having a quiet chat with US lawmakers about Apple anti-competitive behaviour around its app store.
Can it ever change its spots?
Convicted monopolist Apple has been accused of being up to its old tricks after Japanese tech company Rakuten, best known for its TV streaming service, filed an anti-competition complaint against Apple with the European Commission.