Google announces changes to comply with EU DMA

More user choice and consent, less service linking

John Leonard
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Google announces changes to comply with EU DMA
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Google announces changes to comply with EU DMA

Google has announced several changes as it seeks to comply with the EU Digital Markets Act (DMA) which comes into force today.

As a designated "gatekeeper," Google owner Alphabet, along with Amazon, Apple, ByteDance, Meta and Microsoft, must prove to regulators that they are allowing sufficient competition on platform serv...

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