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Apple and Google Vehemently Oppose EU’s Digital Markets Act

Summary

Earlier today, lawmakers in the European Union (EU) provisionally agreed upon a new law called the Digital Markets Act (DMA) that primarily targets Big Tech enterprises, including Apple and Google. Both companies have since responded to the drafted legislation, saying […]

Earlier today, lawmakers in the European Union (EU) provisionally agreed upon a new law called the Digital Markets Act (DMA) that primarily targets Big Tech enterprises, including Apple and Google. Both companies have since responded to the drafted legislation, saying it would severely restrict the innovation and security that their products offer. Continue reading Source

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