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The European Court of Justice is set to weigh in on the German competition authority’s high-profile Facebook case.
25 March 2021
The Italian regulator responsible for competition law has fined a toll booth company for failing to properly explain to users how it processes their data – mirroring similar decisions by the same authority against Facebook.
22 March 2021
18 March 2021
The first law forming the EU’s ambitious data strategy has come in for criticism by members of European Parliament – in large part over the lack of clarity about what the legislation is for, echoing earlier concerns within the European Commission.
17 March 2021
17 March 2021
BrandTotal says it could go bankrupt unless a US federal judge reverses Facebook’s decision to block it from the social media platform, with the company’s chief executive telling GDR that the tech goliath is trying to legally bully the Israeli-based analytics firm out of existence.
16 March 2021
The European Commission’s communications department is set to scrutinise the adtech ecosystem, GDR has learned.
15 March 2021
Data portability and interoperability took centre stage during a recent congressional antitrust hearing, with some senators touting the dual concepts as ways to increase competition in the tech sector.
02 March 2021
Margrethe Vestager has defended the European Commission’s proposed Digital Markets Act and its provisions on data "gatekeepers".
24 February 2021
Facebook has asked a San Francisco federal court to dismiss antitrust claims by analytics company BrandTotal, as the two parties prepare for a motion hearing over whether to dismiss a data scraping lawsuit that bears resemblance to the long-running hiQ v LinkedIn litigation.
18 February 2021
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