This how the EU plans to match up to Silicon Valley

The European Commission has unveiled the details of its ‘Digital Single Market’ plan. It’s made up of 16 vastly differing initiatives, which aims to help the European Union’s member countries work together digitally and compete on a stronger footing with Silicon Valley The policies range from making it more efficient and affordable to ship physical goods when they’re purchased online, to a proposal pushing to end geo-blocking of content and services between European countries. The Commission also plans to further investigates search engines, social media platforms and app stores to ensure they are not abusing dominant positions. That follows its…

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