What Will Breaking Up Big Tech Take—and Could It Spell Disaster for Marketers?

The road to a big tech breakup is long, winding and full of complications.

Google Mulls Third-Party Ad-Targeting Restrictions

Experts warn of sweeping changes in Google Chrome and Marketing Platform.

Google Fined $1.7 Billion for Violating EU Antitrust Laws

Google has already faced record fines from European regulators over antitrust violations.

Senators Aim to Give Teens More Online Privacy—Again

Sens. Markey and Hawley introduced legislation that would update and strengthen the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act.

Lawmaker Floats New Rules to Rein in Big Tech

Rep. David Cicilline envisions a “Glass-Steagal”-type legislation.

Federal Data Privacy Debate Drags On With Two Hearings This Week

Industry reps wants legislation to pass this year.

A California Plan to Make Big Tech Pay People for Data Raises Eyebrows

California Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed a "Data Dividend for Californians" to pay residents in exchange for their data.