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Threats but few details as European Commission demands vaccine ‘reciprocity’ – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article European Commission officials on Monday reiterated a barrage of vague threats about blocking coronavirus vaccine exports but could...

Stephen Brown, editor in chief of POLITICO Europe, is dead at 57 – POLITICO

Stephen Brown, the editor in chief of POLITICO Europe and a former news correspondent who reported widely from Europe and South America for Reuters...

Meghan racism allegation threatens to tarnish Global Britain brand – POLITICO

ADDIS ABABA — Global Britain needs friends around the world, so allegations of racism among the royal family could prove damaging to the country’s...

US and EU search for a China climate doctrine that works – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article “Together, we can move mountains,” EU Executive Vice President Frans Timmermans said while standing alongside U.S. climate envoy...

4 takeaways from Facebook’s Australian brawl – POLITICO

SYDNEY — You don't just resend a friend request after unfriending someone. After the Australian government proposed legislation that would force Google and Facebook to...

Law approved for Google and Facebook to pay the press for their content in Australia

The country sets a precedent for others to follow suit, forcing tech giants to pay media companies for using their content on the Google...

Facebook restarts talks over Australia media law – POLITICO

Facebook has returned to negotiations with the Australian government over a controversial media law, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Saturday. The social media giant had blocked...

Epic Games hits Apple with new antitrust complaint, this time in Brussels – POLITICO

An Epic battle is coming to the EU.  Epic Games, the creator of the wildly popular video game Fortnite, filed an official complaint with the...

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