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EU Focuses On Data Use, Search By U.S. Sites

The European Commission plans to launch a probe into how online platforms list search results and how they use customer data, per the Financial Times. It's another step by the EU to tighten regulation of Internet companies after coming under pressure from France and Germany. One draft proposal looks the "digital single market" encompassing everything from online shopping to telecoms regulation, and video on demand to messaging apps. It will go to the commission for approval next week.

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