EU probes Apple, Google and Meta for DMA violations

'We can't just sit around and wait,' says EU industry chief Thierry Breton

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EU launches probe into Apple, Google, and Meta for suspected violations of Digital Markets Act
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EU launches probe into Apple, Google, and Meta for suspected violations of Digital Markets Act

The European Commission has launched investigations into tech giants Apple, Google and Meta, marking the first cases under the newly enacted Digital Markets Act (DMA).

The move signals a significant step in the bloc's efforts to curb the dominance of big tech and ensure fair competition in digital markets. The DMA, which came into effect on 7th March, targets ...

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