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Facebook once more begs to be regulated

Like the data addict it is, social media giant Facebook feels it can’t be trusted to moderate its own habits and thinks state intervention may be the answer.

FTC starts turning the screw on Big Tech

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued Special Orders to five of the technology industry’s biggest hitters as it takes a more forensic look at acquisition regulation.

Facebook faces €5mn fine in Italy

The Italian competition authority, Autorita’ Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato (AGCM) is intending to fine Facebook €5 million for ignoring its previous ruling.

Facebook sets out to create its own OS

Facebook has reportedly hired ex-Microsoft employee Mark Lucovsky to oversee the development of its own operating system to reduce the dependence on Google’s Android.

Facebook rebrands as Facebook

Facebook is worried people might get confused between the service and the company because they’ve both got the same name.

Libra attempts to placate everyone else

Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency has received almost universal push-back since its announcement, so now it’s looking for ways to placate its critics.

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