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Google faces a sweeping European Union probe into its advertising technology, barely two years after regulators shut down nearly a decade of investigations.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Google was in the EU antitrust spotlight again on Tuesday as regulators opened an investigation into whether its digital advertising business gives the Alphabet unit an unfair advantage over rivals and advertisers.
Facebook's plan to introduce advertising in games on its Oculus virtual reality headset has begun to cause disagreements with developers, with a game maker already pulling their project from the headset.
After suffering the wrath of social media earlier this year, WhatsApp is going on the offensive to dispel the idea that it's a data-hungry messaging app that wants to share private information with Facebook.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Alphabet unit Google could face its biggest regulatory threat, with EU antitrust regulators set to open a formal investigation into its lucrative digital advertising business before the end of the year, said people familiar with the matter.
OSLO (Reuters) -U.S. e-commerce group eBay and Norway's Adevinta have secured final regulatory approval for a tie-up of their global classified ads businesses, the Norwegian firm said on Friday.
Britain’s privacy chief issued a warning over the risks from facial recognition technology, saying people should be free to go shopping or walk around a town “without having our biometric data collected and analyzed with every step we take”.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian lawmakers passed legislation on Thursday that would oblige U.S. tech giants to open offices in Russia by January 2022 or face punitive measures, part of a push by Russia to beef up what it calls internet "sovereignty".
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc said Wednesday it will begin testing ads inside its virtual reality Oculus headsets in partnership with several game developers, including Resolution Games.
Alphabet Inc’s Google made a rare surrender to French and UK regulators last week when it offered global changes to its ad sales and tracking practices, marking a turning point in Europe’s long effort to rein in the search-engine giant.