EU plans more regulation for internet giants

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EU official Jörgen Gren
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EU official Jörgen Gren

Web giants to be told by the EU to play fair with small businesses

The European Union is planning new rules for internet giants operating in the EU that would bar them from offering poorer terms to small businesses that use their platforms to promote their product...

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