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Two pieces of Big Tech legislation are ready for a Senate vote before its August recess, lawmakers from the House of Representatives insist.
A report from “TNW” indicates that many state legislations concerning privacy are being written by tech lobbyists.
The European Council established new rules for tech giants Thursday evening. Over a period of four years, Big Tech will have to make changes.
The tech sector, led by Apple and other Big Tech companies, should act further in mitigating and preventing conflict on a global scale.
As the culture of secrecy shrouding tech giants erodes, a fact is clear. Big Tech employees deserve to be treated better than they have been.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau plans to start probing Big Tech companies over their usage of consumer financial data.