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UK government sets out plans to tackle big tech dominance

The UK government has set out a new set of ‘fair play’ rules aimed at tackling the dominance of large technology companies and boosting competition within the digital services market.

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has outlined its plans for a newly formed Digital Markets Unit (DMU) regulatory body, with a remit to protect small businesses from dominant competitive practices and provide consumers more control over their personal data.

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Source:: Computerworld