Regulators are gearing up to investigate the largest US tech companies. But are breakups of these corporations on the horizon?
It's probably not the status update the social network was hoping for.
And you thought Congress was bad. Apparently Democrats and Republicans on the FTC can't agree on a potentially $5 billion deal over Facebook's privacy breaches.
From The 3:59 show: It could change Qualcomm's entire business model, but that doesn't mean your next phone will be any cheaper.
A judge rules the chipmaker is a monopoly, dealing a blow to Qualcomm.
Judge Lucy Koh sides with the US Federal Trade Commission, calling into question the chipmaker's entire business model.
Two decades of oversight being discussed in settlement talks, Reuters reports.
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The pair want executives to be held responsible.
Mark Zuckerberg would have direct responsibility for privacy issues, according to Politico.
The US government is concerned about a remedy -- if Qualcomm's found liable in the FTC case -- that would hurt competition in 5G.
The companies are banned from robocalling and most telemarketing activities.
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