Category: Business / Policy and Net Neutrality

November 19, 2020

Apple Will Take a Smaller Cut of Some App Store Revenues

The App Store Small Business Program aims to improve the company’s public image and its standing in antitrust battles.


by Samuel Axon Ars Technica in antitrust
October 29, 2020

The Tech Antitrust Problem No One Is Talking About

Americans pay more for broadband internet service and have fewer choices than consumers in other countries.


by Tom Simonite in Business
October 27, 2020

The GOP Makes an Unlikely Closing Pitch: Amend Section 230

Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai, and Jack Dorsey will testify Wednesday on a niche internet law less than a week before Election Day. How did we get here?


by Gilad Edelman in Business
October 7, 2020

‘Do Not Track’ Is Back, and This Time It Might Work

California’s privacy law says businesses must respect universal opt-outs. Now the technology finally exists to put that to the test.


by Gilad Edelman in Business
August 31, 2020

Should Google’s Ad Market Be Regulated Like the Stock Market?

A leading antitrust scholar says yes. Congress may be listening.


by Gilad Edelman in Business
August 30, 2020

Can Australia Force Google and Facebook to Pay for News?

A proposed law would require the tech giants to negotiate with publishers. Similar attempts in Europe have largely failed.


by Celina Ribeiro in Business