The South Korea Fair Trade Commission today fined Google $177 million for abusing its dominant market position.
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Multiple reports state that the U.S. Department of Justice will announce a new antitrust lawsuit against Google by the end of 2021.
I appreciate many Apple and Google products and services, but their stance on mobile app store fees isn’t just wrong, it’s a lie.
South Korea has a new law that will require Apple and Google to offer third-party payment methods to developers.
What a difference an antitrust lawsuit makes. Google on Friday said it would delay the implementation of Play Store requirements for developers.
Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives today introduced several bipartisan bills aimed at curbing and even reversing the power of Big Tech.
The European Union and the United Kingdom have launched separate investigations into whether Facebook illegally abuses its market power.
Fresh off the AirTag announcement, Tile general counsel Kirsten Daru testified against Apple this week at a federal antitrust hearing.
I’ve often said that Apple’s ecosystem is a one-way, dead-end street, and now that theory has been proven true by the company’s own executives.
When Microsoft’s Brad Smith testified against Google at a House subcommittee hearing, the online giant lashed out in a way that can only be described as unhinged.
Epic Games has launched lawsuits against Apple and Google for their abusive mobile app store business practices in Australia.
In its first formal response to the antitrust suit brought against it by the DOJ and 11 states, Google claims it has done nothing wrong. And then it gets ridiculous.
The Wall Street Journal has viewed an unredacted version of a 10-state antitrust lawsuit against Google and uncovered some unsettling new details.
In the wake of Facebook’s public complaints about Apple, the consumer electronics giant has fired back at the baseless claims.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), 46 states, the District of Columbia, and Guam have joined forces to accuse Facebook of antitrust violations.
Here is a quick summary of the arguments made against Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google, and the recommended solutions.
A damning House Judiciary Committee report says that Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google are monopolies and might need to be broken up.
Lawmakers in the EU have had it with Apple and other Big Tech firms unfairly favoring their own offerings over those of rivals.
Yesterday, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Apple’s Tim Cook, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, and Google’s Sundar Pichai all testified before Congress.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the EU will soon bring antitrust charges against Amazon for its illegal treatment of third-party sellers.
The Department of Justice is reportedly preparing a new antitrust investigation against Google over its advertising and search businesses.
The European Commission has fined Google $1.69 billion for its illegal behavior in the online advertising market.
Google is going to start charging Android manufactures for bundling its apps.