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CMA calls for comment on whether acquisition will bring antitrust worries
Why the normal rules of competition might not apply at the zero price point.
Terminations could escalate conflict with tech company’s corporate ethics activists
As the technology nears deployment, companies are trying to work out how to build a consumer service business
Online hyper-personalisation may be affecting democracies. How far will Big Tech go to curb its effects?
Privacy concerns over access to non-regulated health information on 27m users
Decision comes as concerns rise over spread of misinformation around elections
Google ruling reinforces view that loss of data security and control harms consumers
Cyber experts fear data security will be exposed by quantum tornado
Samsung services push, legend Legere, the Sinolarity, Football Manager 2020
Game-streaming service launches across 14 countries but analysts question the business model
As platforms expand their reach into healthcare, a new regulatory system is needed
Others likely to follow tie-up between West Coast tech and East Coast finance
No easy path to better growth and margins at US online sites
Who should benefit as companies harvest insights from data?
Publishers warn ‘self-serving’ move could entrench search group’s dominance
Brexit hacker immigration app, tech diversity report, the new foldable Razr
Finance move could edge group closer to ultimate prize for online platforms
US diplomat says staff overheard Donald Trump pressing Ukraine for a probe into Bidens
Group’s interest comes after steps by Apple and Facebook into financial services
Banking on Big Tech, arms race in space, Apple’s new MacBook
Privacy concerns are among the drivers of techlash and medical data are particularly sensitive
Sidewalk Labs, a sister company of the tech giant, has big plans in Toronto
After 40 years of the private sector in ascendancy, the public realm is closing in on dominant companies