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Oct 05, 2019
US Lawmakers request Spotify to provide evidence of Apple abuse as part of antitrust probeApple has said Spotify pays a revenue share on about half a percent of its 108 million premium users
Sep 04, 2019
Over 30 US states are preparing for an investigation into Google's alleged antitrust violationsTexas leads the group of 30-plus attorneys general, which plans to announce the probe on 9 Sep
Aug 21, 2019
Facebook's cryptocurrency Libra to face antitrust probe by European Union regulatorsEU officials said they were concerned how about Libra may create “possible competition restrictions” on the information that will be exchanged
Aug 13, 2019
Facebook ditched plans to buy group video chat app Houseparty, over antitrust concernsAfter Facebook's disinterest, Houseparty has now been acquired by Fortnite maker Epic Games.
Jun 22, 2019
Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, and Facebook antitrust probe under question by US senatorsThe seven US senators sent letters to FTC Chairman Joe Simons and Justice Department antitrust chief Makan Delrahim
Jun 12, 2019
US Dept of Justice's antitrust chief lays out steps to rein in Google and FacebookDelrahim also said that, by protecting competition, his department “can have an impact on privacy and data protection.”
Jun 02, 2019
US antitrust regulators, EU authorities looking into Google's activitiesAnother huge antitrust fine from the European overseers, $5 billion, came against Google in July 2018.
Mar 12, 2019
EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager in favour of regulating data access over breaking up big tech firmsVestager said there should be a focus to ensure big tech giants do not misuse their dominant market position
Feb 07, 2019
Germany’s antitrust watchdog objects to Facebook’s data collection practicesThe cartel office objected in particular to how Facebook acquires data on people from third-party apps.
Nov 15, 2018
Facebook can't be trusted to regulate itself, says US lawmaker David CicillineCicilline said that Facebook cannot be trusted to regulate itself and Congress should take action.