Tech titans yield to new EU rules before March deadline

February 24, 2024

The European Union long ago set its sights on big tech, aiming to rein in globally dominant companies like Apple, Google and Microsoft. "This is really a big, big intervention in markets that affect people's lives every day," said Fiona Scott Morton, senior fellow at think tank Bruegel. It singles out 22 "core" platform services by the big six, including Amazon Marketplace, Apple's App Store, Facebook, Instagram and Google's Chrome browser. Individuals will also be able to access Facebook Marketplace and Facebook Gaming without using their main account information. Apple has said that its changes comply with the DMA.

The source of this news is from Tuoi Tre News

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