Over the last two decades, European regulators have targeted leading U.S. tech innovators, placing heavy burdens on privacy, copyright, tax, and competition rules for major tech companies. As a result, some companies have pulled out of European markets or simply blocked access to their users in the EU. Is the EU too tough on tech? Are regulators too focused on promoting state-owned and/or subsidized legacy companies at the expense of market disruptors?
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