California voters approved a proposal to buttress the state’s online privacy protections, which were already the most robust in the country, and increase fines for companies that violate certain rules.
The U.S. Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google, accusing it of abusing its monopoly in search in the most significant antitrust action against an American company in more than two decades.
The leaders of Alphabet, Apple, Facebook and Amazon.com defended themselves in Congress on Wednesday against allegations that their companies have broken antitrust rules. Here’s a rundown of the most critical moments.
Google abandoned plans to offer a major new cloud service in China and other politically sensitive countries due in part to concerns over geopolitical tensions and the pandemic, revealing the challenges for U.S. tech giants to secure business in...