Google's plan to ban third-party cookies in Chrome browser has reportedly drawn antitrust scrutiny from the US regulators over concerns that the move could hobble smaller rivals. The search giant said...
Urgent steps are needed to clean up UK's 'wild west' contracting labour supply chain after IR35, a new investigation says
The new IR35 rules, which come into effect in April, are meant to close loopholes that are open to abuse
The European Commission could announce the decision as early as this week
Twitter discovered the breach in December 2018, but didn't notify the regulator until January 2019
New unit of the Competition and Markets Authority will be given powers to prevent tech platforms from driving out smaller rivals, government says