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Policing tech: Now the real work starts

With Big Tech facing a crackdown from regulators, Jonathan Keane looks at what lies ahead in terms of regulation

Fiona Scott Morton, who serves as the Theodore Nierenberg Professor at Yale School of Management: I“n practice, corporations have questions, it's not quite clear what they're supposed to do”

We weren’t even a full month into 2024 before a major tech company filed legal action in Ireland to challenge new regulations governing the way it operates.

Reddit, the social networking site, filed its case in the High Court against Coimisiún na Meán, Ireland’s new media watchdog charged with enforcing a raft of regulations on tech companies to tackle illegal content and abuse on their platforms, in line with new EU laws.

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