The European Union will cancel all .eu domains which have been registered by registrants in Britain after the country completes the Brexit process.
The European Union has raised the prospect that it may consider breaking up Google into a number of smaller units, saying it harbours "grave suspicions" about the firm's dominance of the search market.
Multinational US technology companies like Google and Facebook will have to pay a 3% turnover tax in the EU, according to a draft proposal from the European Commission.
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