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Apple and Google split with startups over antitrust bill

Apple and Google split with startups over antitrust bill

Apple and Google split with startups over antitrust bill Emma Roth As the Senate Judiciary Committee inches towards passing legislation that could loosen Big Tech’s grasp on consumers, Big Tech is expectedly outraged. Both Apple and Google have written letters publicly opposing new pieces of legislation, while a coalition of smaller tech companies has voiced…

Congress subpoenas Meta, Alphabet, Twitter, and Reddit over January 6th Capitol attack

Congress subpoenas Meta, Alphabet, Twitter, and Reddit over January 6th Capitol attack

Congress subpoenas Meta, Alphabet, Twitter, and Reddit over January 6th Capitol attack Adi Robertson Congress has sent subpoenas demanding information from Meta (formerly Facebook), Twitter, Reddit, and Alphabet concerning the January 6th, 2021 attack on the US Capitol. The House of Representatives Select Committee that’s investigating the attack wants each company to disclose moderation policy…

Poland is investigating Apple’s cross-app tracking policy over antitrust concerns | Engadget

Poland is investigating Apple’s cross-app tracking policy over antitrust concerns | Engadget Igor Bonifacic Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has opened an investigation into Apple’s App Tracking Transparency feature. Introduced with iOS 14.5, it’s a prompt developers had to add to their apps to ask iOS users for their permission to track…

Netlix’s live-action Cowboy Bebop is over after one disappointing season | Engadget

Netlix’s live-action Cowboy Bebop is over after one disappointing season | Engadget Igor Bonifacic Netflix has canceled its much-hyped and equally maligned Cowboy Bebop adaptation. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the streaming giant decided against renewing the series. The decision comes just three weeks after the show’s November 19th premiere. Like with many of its…