Mark Scott

New York Times

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European tech correspondent for the New York Times, based in London

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American companies are dominating the way Europeans use online services, and the European Union has already brought anti-trust charges against Google.

European Commission Takes on American e-Commerce Companies

American companies are dominating the way Europeans use online services, and the European Union has already brought anti-trust charges against Google.

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