The US Justice Department is considering whether to investigate Google for alleged anti-trust violations, a report in The New York Times claims.
New European legislation will make it mandatory for Google, Facebook and Twitter to remove extremist content within an hour of it being posted or else face fines up to 4% of turnover for repeat offences.
New copyright rules in the member states of the European Union will mean that Google will have to pay publishers for any snippets it uses from their publications, while Facebook will have to change its algorithms to filter out protected content.
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I was not having a go at you Sam, it is at that white elephant called the NBN