Against a background of increasing regulatory and public scrutiny of digital businesses, the European Commission (Commission) has now published its long-awaited proposals to regulate online platforms and search engines. The wide-ranging proposals would apply to e-commerce marketplaces, app stores, social media for business and price comparison tools that provide services to businesses and consumers in
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The story, which Mitra is sharing publicly for the first time, reflects Google’s never-ending battle against scams, a fight that requires engineers and their increasingly sophisticated machine learning tools. It also illustrates the risks that consumers face as Google aggressively tries to win back product searches from Amazon and stay relevant in the future of
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Nearly 60 associations and commissions, media houses and brands have submitted to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) Digital Platforms inquiry, it was revealed today. The consumer watchdog launched its inquiry into better understanding the potentially detrimental impact digital and social giants such as Google and Facebook are having on media and advertising competition
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Search giant Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) continues to take the race against Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) in the virtual-assistant space to the next level with a new investment fund that will encourage developers to build apps and hardware on its artificial intelligence (AI)-powered Google Assistant platform. (See also: Google Vs. Amazon in Indian Smart-Speaker Showdown.)  Taking a page
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IT WAS not the sort of do-it-yourself activity that Castorama, a French home-improvement chain, usually promoted. The search engine on the firm’s website started offering customers puerile responses to their inquiries. Its auto-complete text function suggested such intriguing products as a “bollock hammer” or “cock sander”. It also returned offensive anti-Semitic phrases. The firm blamed
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