Alphabet unit Google has offered not to use fitness tracker company Fitbit's health data to help it target ads in a bid to address EU antitrust concerns about the $2.1 billion deal, the U.S. tech company said on Monday.
Australia’s antitrust regulator warned Google’s $2.1 billion acquisition of fitness tracker maker Fitbit may give it too much of people’s data, potentially hurting competition in health and online advertising markets.
EU antitrust regulators will decide by July 20 whether to clear Google's $2.1 billion bid for fitness trackers company Fitbit , a deal that has prompted concerns from consumer groups and privacy advocates.
Tens of thousands of ethnic Uighurs were moved to work in conditions suggestive of "forced labour" in factories across China supplying 83 global brands, an Australian think tank said in a report released on Sunday.
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Alphabet Inc-owned Google's $2.1 billion bid for fitness trackers company Fitbit could pose privacy risks, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) warned on Thursday, adding its voice to other critics of the deal.