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EU will open an office in San Francisco to oversee tech regulation

EU will open an office in San Francisco to oversee tech regulation

The new office will help coordinate transatlantic regulatory initiatives. The European Commission, the executive branch of the European Union government, is opening a San Francisco office on September 1, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. The new office will liaise with Silicon Va... Read more

date2 months ago
Big tech ‘shadow lobbying’ under fire in European Parliament

Big tech ‘shadow lobbying’ under fire in European Parliament

Members of the European Parliament are outraged by shell groups driving big tech arguments. Three members of the European Parliament (MEP) call for a probe into unregistered lobbying initiatives from various big tech companies. The MEPs requested the EU to suspend all groups breaking transparen... Read more

date3 months ago
European Union plans to ease IPO rules to attract 45 billion euros

European Union plans to ease IPO rules to attract 45 billion euros

The EU Commission aims to lure 45 billion euros in reserved money. Additionally, they will analyze how startups can offer stocks to new employees. The EU plans to increase deep-technology startups within Europe by luring 45 billion euros in reserved money, making it increasingly easy for the cre... Read more

date3 months ago
Lobby groups call for increased US-EU cooperation on tech research

Lobby groups call for increased US-EU cooperation on tech research

Industry groups on both sides of the Atlantic call for closer regulatory alignment for emerging technologies and coordinated protection from China American and European business lobby groups have urged the US and EU to support research collaboration on key emerging technologies such as artificia... Read more

date5 months ago
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
Apple bends to ACM’s demands after €50 million fine

Apple bends to ACM’s demands after €50 million fine

Dutch market regulator ACM is positive about the adjustments Apple proposes for dating app developers. When accepted, the proposal ends a months-long conflict between the regulator and Apple. In the past months, ACM and Apple have been disputing the App Store conditions for Dutch dating app deve... Read more

date6 months ago
Acquisition of Arm by Nvidia has been cancelled

Acquisition of Arm by Nvidia has been cancelled

The sale of Arm to Nvidia will not go ahead. Nvidia decided to do so in consultation with tech investor Softbank, the owner of Arm. The reason for the cancellation is the difficulties in getting approval from regulators. The plan is now to take Arm public because Softbank does not want to remain th... Read more

date8 months ago
Britain forces tougher competition rules on Big Tech

Britain forces tougher competition rules on Big Tech

The move targets American tech giants Google and Facebook. It seems that US Big Tech just cannot get any sympathy in Europe. Britain is now going to impose a new competition regime on Google and Facebook. In what has become a common theme in European regulations, the move by the U.K. seeks t... Read more

date2 years ago
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