Epic wants to move forward
"Sony is leading the dialogue around why the deal shouldn't go through"
What just happened? Microsoft isn't holding back in its war of wars with Sony over the former's attempted acquisition of Activision Blizzard. Head of Xbox Phil Spencer says its rival is the "one major opposer to the deal," and it all comes down to Sony wanting to protect its dominance in consoles by making Xbox "smaller."
Microsoft intends to fight it
The states are demanding $9.4 million in penalties
Also, Sony says Battlefield will never compete with CoD and predicts when the PS6 will arrive
Former US ambassador warns about data tracking, says the US is making China's surveillance job easier
Big quote: The Federal Trade Commission asked for opinions about data economy and commercial surveillance, and former US ambassador Karen Kornbluh described the situation with grave and unambiguous words.
The roommate-finder app claims rentals are "real, available, and verified" but they rarely are
It could have serious consequences in the wake of Roe vs. Wade being overturned
"[The individual hearings are] calculated to serve no other purpose than to harass Amazon's highest-ranking executives"
The FTC doesn't care that it was an "error"
Companies operating as online teaching tools cannot monetize kids' information
Wall Street doesn't believe the merger will complete
Don't send money to someone you've just met, warns the FTC
Regulators are worried about the rapid consolidation of the video game industry
Investment and romance scams were most lucrative
The Commission is seeking public comment on the ban
Any future business dealings will be under the watchful eye of the commission
Fresh out of bankruptcy, Frontier has a new issue on its hands
The Commission reduced the penalties by 88 percent due to 'inability to pay'
Both deals were cleared by regulators when they occurred
They aren't suspected of doing anything wrong; the Commission just wants to see their records
The 'Acceptable Ads' whitelist is under fire again
The social giant may be forced to keep its apps separate
Google gets another probing