Tuesday, April 16, 2024

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Google will pay EU publishers for their content

Google has reached an agreement with more than 300 media companies in six European Union countries - when it comes to paying for their content. Publishers are among the fiercest critics of Google, as they...

The EU believes that Apple is undermining competition in the field of contactless payments

In its mission to ensure fair competition in the technology sector across the European Union, the EU Commission has launched preliminary surveys aimed, again, at Apple and its practice of shutting down users within...

EU decides: Same charger for all devices

The directive stipulates that consumers should not buy a new charger or cable for each new device, but that they can use one USB-C charger for all small and medium electronic devices. These include phones,...

EU: Cryptocurrency transactions will not be anonymous

Currently, there are no rules at the EU level that would allow money flow to be monitored when it is transferred from one user to another via cryptocurrencies and other digital tokens. For this...
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The EU could force WhatsApp, Messenger, iMessage and others to offer interoperability

The EU has agreed on new laws to limit the market power of high-tech. The new Digital Markets Act (DMA) aims to blacklist anti-competitive practices and force popular messaging services such as WhatsApp, Messenger,...

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