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The Wall Street Journal / Sam Schechner / Dec 15
“The European Union’s executive arm Tuesday proposed two bills—one focused on illegal content, the other on anticompetitive behavior—that would empower regulators in some cases to levy fines of up to 6% or 10% of annual world-wide revenue, or break up big tech companies to stop certain competition abuses. The bills don’t mention any specific company but, as drafted, one or both would likely apply to several large U.S. tech companies including Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Inc., Apple Inc., and Facebook.”
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