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Regulation of Big Tech Stifles Innovation

Quite a contrarian view, but hear me out…

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Recently, Europe has agreed on new rules that will restrict the dominance of some of these Big Tech firms. Under the Digital Markets Act which only affects companies with a value of more than €75B, annual sales of €7.5bn, and at least 45 million monthly users, it seems like Meta, Google, and Apple will be required to open…




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