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Reddit, Wikipedia, and PornHub are strong-arming users into protesting against laws that could change the face of the internet in Europe
Wikipedia has blacked out some of its European sites, while Reddit and Pornhub are displaying windows asking users to lobby lawmakers.
Google also emphasised that it never expressly blocked users from installing competing browsers.
Google has already been hit with $7 billion in EU antitrust fines. Now it’s reportedly facing a third.
The European Commission has slapped Google with over $7 billion in fines over the past two years.
Mark Zuckerberg says he wants Facebook to pivot to privacy. But Facebook is also quietly lobbying against laws giving users more control of their data...
Facebook has been lobbying against EU laws which would force companies to get consent from users before accessing data from their private messages.
Tech’s tax bombshell: Internet giants face billions more in taxes in Europe as regulators demand ‘justice’
France on Wednesday unveiled plans for a tax on big-tech revenue that it said would raise about €500 million, or $565 million, a year.
George Soros warns that the EU is ‘sleepwalking into oblivion’ and risks collapsing like the Soviet Union
The billionaire investor George Soros expressed concern about the politics in some of the EU's largest countries: Germany, Italy, and the UK.
As Brussels and Washington prepare for planned trade talks, expectations from the two sides appear to be miles apart.
'Bregret' is a real thing, according to YouGov.
Theresa May says she is ‘determined’ for Britain to leave the EU on time despite being sent back to Brussels to renegotiate her Brexit dea...
The Prime Minister wrote in the Telegraph that she would return to Brussels with a 'fresh mandate, new ideas, and a renewed determination.'
Italy's voters elected a government with a plan, but they were thwarted by unelected EU commissioners who have sabotaged GDP growth for 10 years.