IT Essentials: The axe falls

The Big Tech headsman threatens to become a bogeyman

Tom Allen
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IT Essentials: The axe falls

Regulation keeps the industry honest and protects the consumer. But how strictly the rules are applied varies massively by country.

This week the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), the UK's competition regulator, made two big decisions affecting the tech landscape. First, it played its cards close to the chest in Broad...

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