The US and EU have agreed to collaborate on tech regulation, but the road ahead could be rocky.
Big Tech is tightening its grip on IoT, and the EU is poised to step in. But will this create a more innovative and competitive market?
G7 countries have agreed to the principle of taxing multinationals where they operate, but the question of how Big Tech will be taxed is still far from settled.
Proposed legislation targets illegal and 'legal-but-harmful' content, and could leave businesses facing a huge regulatory burden.
The likes of Uber and Lyft could soon face greater regulation in the US, but they are unlikely to accept it without a fight.
The EU's probe into the rules governing the Apple App Store could have big implications for the company and other so-called 'digital gatekeepers'.
Microsoft is targeting consumer platforms in a bid to lock in the next generation of business users.
Though aimed at China, a new bill emphasising US national data security could spell trouble for Europe.
New rules for AI in Europe are simultaneously bold and underwhelming.
The UK no longer has the heft of the EU behind it, so will it be able to put a dent in Big Tech's market dominance?
Amazon's attempts to counter criticism on Twitter have opened the company to ridicule.
The UK should grasp the opportunity to shape a global consensus on Big Tech, says Russ Shaw CBE, founder of Tech London Advocates and Global Tech Advocates.