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Kanye West to purchase social media platform Parler

Rapper and fashion designer Kanye West is set to purchase social media site Parler, according to the platform. The Nashville-based social media company has become popular with conservatives in the United States and promotes itself as being committed to free speech.


Italian court removes antitrust fine against Apple and Amazon

The Italian antitrust watchdog placed a €173.3 million fine against Apple and Amazon for alleged collusion last year, which an administrative court in the country has now scrapped. This penalty was originally set at €203 million but was reduced to €173.3 after the competition authority made an error in their calculations.


Former Mexican regulator lodges anti-trust complaint against Apple and Google

Both Google and Apple have been named in a complaint filed by Mony de Swaan Addati, Mexico’s former telecommunications boss. This complaint is one of several that Apple is facing across the world, as a number of regulators consider filing anti-trust lawsuits or investigations against the world’s largest company.


European Commission ‘abandons $1 billion fine’ against Qualcomm

European anti-trust regulators have reportedly stopped their pursuit of a $1 billion fine against multinational semiconductor firm Qualcomm, according to Reuters. In June this year, Qualcomm won an appeal at Europe’s General Court over a $1 billion fine that European Union regulators sought due to payments the firm made to Apple to use Qualcomm chips.


Apple approve civil rights audit

Before the civil rights audit was agreed by Apple, it argued that an audit was not needed due to the work and commitments it had already implemented. The tech giant has already committed to providing $130 million towards the creation of a racial equity and justice fund soon after the murder of George Floyd in 2020.