The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) has sided with Big Tech, following campaigns to force tech giants to invest in 5G infrastructure.
GSMA and ETNO have prepared their demands as part of feedback to the European Commission which launched a consultation into the issue in February. The deadline for responses is Friday, May 19th.
Productivity growth in areas where the concentration of science talent is higher usually means financial gains that outweigh increased labor and real estate costs. However, in cities with the highest talent concentration, this is not the case.
Experts are concerned due to the public’s changing views on big tech, rising interest rates, and slowing GDP.
The European Union is working to reshape its volatile 5G network implementation and aims to include Big Tech companies’ largest platforms to cover the cost.
The carbon removal technology the most dominant tech companies are funding is not even enough to address the problem of their own emissions.
The Commission previously stated that the Digital Markets Act would come into force in Oc-tober! The aim is to take action against potential infringement committed by the most domi-nant companies in the IT industry: Amazon, Apple, Google, Meta, and Microsoft.