This is an issue that goes to the heart of the worldwide tech wars: how do you stop big tech companies positioning themselves as gatekeepers?
Journalists fawning over Apple's mighty US$2 trillion valuation are missing the real story behind the behemoth.
Everyone's against big tech, but no one has a problem with TikTok being forced into the hands of Microsoft by Trump.
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Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple are staring down the barrel of new regulation both here and in the US. But don't expect them to go down without a fight.
With surging subscribers and no declining ad revenue to worry about, Netflix is thriving amid the pandemic — and it's not the only one.
After years of bitter criticism of the social media giants, News Corp has embraced broadcasting via Apple News+ and Facebook.