US companies dominate the race for tech supremacy, and Europe appears to be the taking the lead in regulation. But both sides need more of what the other side has to offer. Is that achievable?
Tim Cook has warned that internet users' personal data is being "weaponized" by internet giants. His solution is a US data protection law that imitates many of the EU's stringent rules.
Google has announced it will be winding down its little-used Plus social network. The tech giant has also admitted that a bug in its social network may have exposed the personal data of some 500,000 users.
Is the so-called 'techlash' gathering pace? It was another bad day for the US tech sector on the markets on Monday, as Facebook, Netflix, Microsoft and Google parent Alphabet all suffered sharp losses.
The iPhone maker is now worth a trillion dollars on the stock market, the first US company to ever to achieve this prize. But does this market valuation really reflect the company's success?
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