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Executive says Google not close to launching new Chinese search product
Federal Trade Commission looks into competition issues in the digital economy
US antitrust hearings must tackle the nefarious effects of unfettered capitalism
The UK Competition and Markets Authority is right to scrutinise a fast-evolving ad fad
Progress is coming slowly for the online lending pioneer
Oligopoly is showing itself to be the economic and political challenge of our time
Trump appointee says ‘great efficiencies’ can come from large groups buying smaller rivals
Regulator joins FBI, Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission in probing group
The AT&T-Time Warner judgement in full, and some thoughts on what it means.
Its accelerated growth rate is not fast enough to excuse the large cost base
FTC lawsuit sends shares in online lending platform to record low
Regulating social media is harder than it looks
Complaint by campaigners to FTC focuses on programming and targeted adverts
Federal Trade Commission had vowed to hold social network to account on privacy
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower unveils fresh allegations over Brexit campaign
Social network facing fines of $40,000 per violation per day if found in breach of 2011 pact
Chief’s comments after Cambridge Analytica scandal meet mixed response
Did the company violate its 2011 settlement with the US Federal Trade Commission?
Cambridge Analytica suspends chief Alexander Nix as pressure mounts over data leak
US regulator seeks more information from social media giant on data leaks
Politicians call for company’s chief Mark Zuckerberg to testify about privacy breach
Ajit Pai says ‘fear mongering’ will fade as he vows to tackle unfair behaviour