France May Regulate Early Smartphone Renewals

France is looking to enact legislation that would restrict wireless carriers from using commercial offers to entice users into early upgrades.

EU Poised to Crack Down on Tech Giants

The European Union is poised to introduce the Digital Services Act (DSA) and Digital Markets Act (DMA), with everything from fines to breakups on the table for tech companies.

GM Went to Far With Three-Cylinder Cars In China

Reuters is reporting that GM is backing off its attempt to only offer three-cylinder versions of some vehicles in China after facing backlash. China is known for having some of the strictest emissions and fuel efficiency regulations in the world.…

Salesforce Co-CEO Says U.S. Needs National Privacy Law

Salesforce co-CEO Keith Block has come out in favor of a national privacy law, according to CNBC. Privacy is becoming one of the biggest battlegrounds for companies, governments and individuals alike. The U.S., however, does not have a comprehensive privacy…

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai Supports AI Regulation

Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming the ‘next big thing’ in the technology industry, with ramifications that are only now being discovered. At least one Silicon Valley giant believes the development of AI needs to be further regulated. In an…

T-Mobile, Sprint Merger Case Begins Monday; Major Issues On the Line

A case that will have significant ramifications for the U.S. wireless industry will begin Monday, as T-Mobile and Sprint defend their merger plans. The number three and four carriers have been pursuing a merger agreement that has been widely opposed…

EU Commissioner Margrethe Vestager Doesn’t Think Breaking Up Big Tech Is the Answer

Once the darling of the U.S. economy, big tech has increasingly come under scrutiny, with some politicians—most notably Senator Elizabeth Warren—even calling for the breakup of big tech companies. According to a report by Business Insider, EU Commissioner Margrethe Vestager…

Should Google Be Slapped With Antitrust Action?

After a five-year long investigation, the European Commissioned announced it has sent a Statement of Objections to Google alleging it has abused its dominant position in the markets for general internet search services by favoring its own comparison shopping product…

Comcast/Time Warner Merger Now Being Reviewed by Multiple States As Well

When the largest company in any arena announces plans to purchase the second-largest company in the same arena, you can hear whatever crumb of competition that currently exists slowly falling from the market. It sounds like the faint cries of…

Porn Industry May Have to Strap on Some Goggles

Zippp! Look out! Gushhh! Watch it! Worried about being hit and infected by another human being’s bodily fluids? California porn stars need not fret, for lawmakers wish to update AB 640, a bill that will make adult performers strap on…