Regulators are raising questions about whether the social network has learned from the mistakes of companies such as Intel, Microsoft and Google when dealing with Europe’s policymakers and its legal system. The scrutiny could distract Facebook from its ambitions of becoming a one-stop shop for Internet messaging, online publishing and digital advertising.
Regulators are raising questions about whether the social network has learned from the mistakes of companies such as Intel, Microsoft and Google when dealing with Europe’s policymakers and its legal system. The scrutiny could distract Facebook from its ambitions of becoming a one-stop shop for Internet messaging, online publishing and digital advertising. Chris Ratcliffe Bloomberg
Regulators are raising questions about whether the social network has learned from the mistakes of companies such as Intel, Microsoft and Google when dealing with Europe’s policymakers and its legal system. The scrutiny could distract Facebook from its ambitions of becoming a one-stop shop for Internet messaging, online publishing and digital advertising. Chris Ratcliffe Bloomberg

European regulators turn their attention to Facebook

May 26, 2015 03:15 PM