Google is facing yet another antitrust fine, this time for blocking access to an EV app on Android Auto.
Grindr was found to have illegally sharing user data with advertisers, potentially disclosing sexual orientation without consent.
The fine has been issued by the California Public Utilities Commission, citing a 2019 report from Uber in which it details increasing sexual assault cases.
The Competition Tribunal has found Dis-Chem guilty of excessively pricing surgical masks during March of this year.
Newly published regulations make it a crime to spread misinformation relating to COVID-19 online, or anywhere, in South Africa.
The video platform is aiming to get more information in order for creators to know what does and does not fall under the FTC’s guidelines.
It would also be a new record for GDPR-related fines.
The regulatory body, CNIL, says Google’s data consent policy lacks transparency and is difficult to access.
Drivers in Illinois will receive a payout amounting to $100.
Google CEO pens reply to company’s latest EU fine.
Why Google has been fined a record €4.3 billion by the European Commission for violating anti-trust laws.
The tech giant could be fined a sizeable €5 billion for Android antitrust violations.
MTN will pay Nigeria the agreed fine over the next three years.
Things just got a whole lot worse for MTN Nigeria as its original fine has been tripled.
With good profits being reported and Iranian sanctions being lifted it looks like a good week for MTN. But only if you forget about that R65 billion fine.
While still a large sum, the fine is no longer nearly double MTN’s annual profit.
Mobile service operator MTN is having a really bad couple of days.
Korean phone maker slapped for sponsoring negative reviews of rival products.