European officials fined the tech giant $5.1 billion. As they continue to grow, maybe it’s time we reconsider the relationship between anti-trust laws and Google.
Facebook shares users’ data all the time. Even more so since they first began partnering with phone companies over ten years ago. The Facebook application on our phones is how they go about sharing data with the companies who create phones and other electronic devices.
The EU just rolled out a batch of new privacy laws and regulations meant to curb the potential for abuse. Tech companies are gathering more and more information about its users and the EU is attacking the problem head-on. But how should Americans go about treating it?