ByteDance defies Trump’s order to pull Tik Tok

ByteDance, the Chinese company that owns the video-sharing app TikTok, has filed a petition with the US Court of Appeals to challenge the Trump administration's order due to take effect on Thursday, demanding it withdraw TikTok.

Twitter may face a European penalty for the first time within days

European data protection regulators are close to making an enforcement decision against the Twitter hack that the company disclosed publicly in 2019, after the majority of EU data watchers agreed to support a draft settlement previously submitted by the Irish Data Protection Committee.

Europe accuses Amazon of distorting competition

The European Commission has concluded that Amazon has violated European rules on competition by using independent seller data for its own benefit.

A Swedish court speaks to Huawei over 5G

The Swedish Post and Telecommunications Authority (PTS) - which is responsible for regulating Swedish telecommunications - has suspended the auction of 5G networks, after the court suspended parts of the authority’s decision that excluded the Chinese company Huawei for telecommunications equipment from 5G networks.

Huawei plans to sell the Honor brand for $ 15 billion

Reuters reported that Huawei plans to sell its Honer-branded smartphone unit in a deal worth 100 billion yuan ($ 15.2 billion) to a consortium led by Digital China, the mobile phone distributor, and the (Shenzhen) government.

Samsung surpasses Apple in the US market for the first time in 3 years

Samsung sold the largest number of smartphones in the United States in the third quarter of this year, beating its rival Apple for the first time in three years, according to a report on Monday.

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