France has passed a measure to impose a 3% tax on technology giants like Google, Facebook and Amazon, with the country's lower house of parliament voting to adopt a law that prevents multinationals from avoiding taxes by setting up headquarters in low-taxing EU countries.
ANALYSIS The competition watchdog is due to hand its digital platforms inquiry report to the government this weekend, with media companies keen to see what measures are outlined to reduce the threat posed to online journalism by the likes of Google and Facebook.
Amazon is disrupting the digital advertising market for the Google and Facebook “duopoly”, according to one global research firm which reports that global spending on digital advertising is forecast to reach US$520 billion by 2023.
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