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Meta cuts 10,000 jobs in second wave of layoffs since November
Meta and other tech companies have been hiring aggressively in recent years but have recently begun to let some of those workers go.
A Supreme Court case involving Google raises questions about how tech manages content
The case centers on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which shields tech platforms from legal liability over third-party content.
Is Ireland too economically dependent on Big Tech to regulate it properly?
Ireland is at loggerheads with the European Union over the best way to police American tech giants with European headquarters on Irish soil.
Can the EU break Google and Apple's app store dominance?
The European Union's Digital Markets Act could have implications beyond Europe's borders — even in the U.S., where similar bills didn't make it through Congress.
For tech giants like Meta, feverish pandemic growth is now followed by layoffs
Jobs losses at Meta and others could be an indicator of wider cuts in other industries.
Taking stock of Big Tech and Russian energy with Europe’s Competition Commissioner
The BBC’s Victoria Craig speaks with Margrethe Vestager about Big Tech and the green energy initiatives.
Europe takes aim at Big Tech's "gatekeepers"
Could the Digital Markets Act set a global standard?
What happened to those COVID exposure apps?
Consumers have been slow to adopt apps made by state governments based on tech from Google and Apple.
Is Congress about to regulate Big Tech?
Axios reporter Margaret Harding McGill breaks down the antitrust bills moving through the House of Representatives.