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FaceBook’s recent ‘unfriending’ of Australia, as prime minister Scott Morrison put it, is an ongoing, high-profile example of the high-stakes arena, while the UK is to shortly launch a Digital Markets Unit to (in the government’s words) ‘introduce and enforce a new code to govern the behaviour of platforms that currently dominate the market, such as Google and Facebook’.


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