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Margrethe Vestager has been waiting for an administration like this — the European Union’s top tech cop says it’s a “dream come true” to have a president in the White House who’s dedicated to reeling in Big Tech. But what will that EU-U.S. cooperation look like? That’s what host Ryan Heath wants to know. Also on the docket: Vestager’s game plan to protect whistleblowers, plus her own rules for tech at home.
The Bundeskartellamt has today published a progress report on its ongoing sector inquiry into charging station infrastructure (“Sector inquiry on the provision and marketing of publicly accessible charging infrastructure for electric vehicles”). Andreas Mundt, President of the Bundeskartellamt: "Effective competition concerning the charging stations will help to promote nationwide coverage, reasonable prices and a range of choice for final consumers. In order to ensure this, we have to provide for open and non-discriminatory access to the market already in the current phase of infrastructure development. By making suitable public areas available and granting subsidies, the state itself holds the key to more competition with regard to the charging stations.” Read more.
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