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Your Weekly Digest | Issue 235

Valur Thrainsson
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EU’s microchip dreams face Anglo-American menace – POLITICO
A mega-merger between Nvidia and Arm is a top priority for the European Commission.Brussels is well aware that this potential Anglo-American powerhouse does more than threaten to wreck its semiconductor dreams, one of the core planks of the EU's industrial strategy. Europe's response — including the nuclear option of blocking the deal through competition rules — will be a broader test of its claims to be a geostrategic big hitter and of its attempts to reassert its crumbling reputation as regulator.
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Facebook probed by UK and EU competition watchdogs - BBC News
Authorities in the UK and EU are concerned the firm is using ad data to gain an unfair advantage over rivals. The Competition and Markets Authority is looking into whether it uses information to benefit its own services, such as Facebook Marketplace.
The European Commission is examining if Facebook violated EU rules by gathering data from advertisers to compete with them in providing classified ads.
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France, Germany, the Netherlands press for tighter rules in DMA – EURACTIV.com

France, Germany and the Netherlands on Thursday (27 May) released a joint statement calling for a reinforcement of the EU's Digital Markets Act (DMA) in a range of areas, from member states involvement to merger control. 

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