As Europe forges ahead with its Digital Markets Act, a more co-ordinated approach between Britain's tech regulators is needed, a Lords committee heard this week.
Google's victory in an appeal against a class-action lawsuit could make it harder for privacy groups to pursue Big Tech - and smaller businesses - through the courts.
The decision by Google to shelve plans to launch bank accounts shows the march of Big Tech into financial services is not going to be a smooth one.
The simultaneous outage at Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp came at an awkward time for Mark Zuckerberg's company, as it battles court proceedings which could lead to its break-up.
Australia, the EU and the UK could develop a shared antitrust framework to rein in tech's biggest names. But is an international regulatory approach a realistic prospect?
A new National AI Strategy will help co-ordinate the UK's considerable AI capabilities but Big Tech might draw the greatest benefit, critics warn.
Boris Johnson confronted Jeff Bezos over Amazon's UK tax bill. But is he doing enough to ensure Amazon pays fair taxes?
Last year, the Privacy Shield was invalidated by the CJEU. A year on, talks haven't yielded an alternative solution.
The financial services industry is embracing cloud. But this is creating risks that will likely mean more regulatory scrutiny of providers in future.
The social network's latest foray into digital payments is unlikely to have a smooth ride when it comes to regulatory approval.
Plans for a "pro-competition regime" for digital markets post-Brexit have been revealed, and could have far-reaching consequences for major tech companies.