Margrethe Vestager

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How the EU is fighting tech giants with Margrethe Vestager

Margrethe Vestager is one of the driving forces behind tech regulation worldwide. Appointed as the European Commission’s commissioner of competition in 2014 and an executive vice president in 2019, she’s pursued antitrust cases against Apple, Google, Meta (formerly Facebook), and Amazon among others. Now, with the EU on the verge of implementing a new antitrust law called the Digital Markets Act, Vestager is planning her next moves.
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The Exchange: Margrethe Vestager

LONDON, Feb 8 (Reuters Breakingviews) - Europe’s antitrust tsar is responsible for keeping U.S. digital behemoths in check and making sure that the bloc doesn’t slip too far behind on technology. She joined Liam Proud to talk about a string of recent court losses and the future of competition policy.
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Davos does Glasgow and up close with Margrethe Vestager

Send tips and thoughts to or follow Ryan on Twitter. Good morning from Madrid, where the revolution is definitely being televised. More below. It’s now becoming commonplace to make a global TV or film hit in your own language, in your own country. That’s the lesson from both new statistics released by Netflix on the company’s Squid Game hit, and an exclusive tour Global Insider got this morning at the company’s massive new Secuoya Studios outside of Madrid.