TikTok made overtures to government on watering down EU tech rules
Chinese social media giant claims it is a ‘young, challenger’ platform and thus should not be held to standards of ‘gatekeeper’ tech companies
TikTok made overtures to the Irish government on its bid to water down, and gain exemptions to, forthcoming EU legislation designed to curb the power of tech behemoths, the Business Post can reveal.
In position papers, obtained via Freedom of Information, the Chinese social media giant laid out its various objections to both the Digital Markets Act and the Digital Services Act, the two strands of the European Commission’s Digital Services package and...
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