Tag: Margrethe Vestager

Here you will find all the articles with the tag: Margrethe Vestager.

European Commission renews 20 year old antitrust rules

European Commission renews 20 year old antitrust rules

The European Commission is revamping the rules that combat cartels and monopolism. In the coming months, the European Commission (EC) will present a new version of Regulation 1/2003. Commissioner Margrethe Vestager shared the news at the CRA Conference. Regulation 1/2003 is an important set o... Read more

date6 months ago
New EU law will challenge Apple’s tight grip on its App store

New EU law will challenge Apple’s tight grip on its App store

The proposed legislation will have a direct impact on how Apple skims commissions from in-app purchases. Apple is facing one of the biggest challenges yet to how it controls and profits from the App Store, according to reporting in the Wall Street Journal. This comes as Europe prepares to comple... Read more

date7 months ago
Vestager aims to get tech rules deal by March

Vestager aims to get tech rules deal by March

By the end of March, the European Commission hopes to agree with EU legislators and governments on new regulations to limit the powers of Alphabet's Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft, according to Europe's antitrust head. Margrethe Vestager, who introduced the Digital Markets Act wi... Read more

date7 months ago
EU cloud companies demand safeguards against software license abuse

EU cloud companies demand safeguards against software license abuse

A group of providers are calling for the European Commission to extend the Digital Markets Act to also cover the cloud. European cloud computing companies are in an uproar over what they see as a “critical loophole” in the EU’s plan to tackle anti-competitive behavior in the digital market... Read more

date8 months ago
1 2 3 4