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From the start of 2018 it seemed like a constant barrage of data breaches, privacy scandals and outrage over Fake News and bad content decisions by technology companies. By mid-year it was Congressional hearings in the US and EU Parliament hearings in Brussels and the British parliament also seemingly demanding their pound of flesh. In … More 2019: Another Rough Year for Tech Companies.
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Regulation of tech giants is almost inevitable. … More Why Regulation of Technology is Inevitable