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Callie Cox, eToro USA Investment Analyst, joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the tech market and the job security of retail investors despite inflation, workforce woes, and Fed rate hikes.
A U.S. court has sanctioned Google LLC for a second time in recent days, after a judge in a decision unsealed on Wednesday said the Alphabet Inc unit took too long to comply with a ruling last year in a data-privacy class action. The order from U.S. Magistrate Judge Susan van Keulen in San Jose, California, stems from a class action claiming Google unlawfully tracked its users while they were using the company's Chrome browsers in private, or "incognito," mode. In a separate decision on Tuesday in California, U.S. District Judge James Donato concluded Google had failed to preserve employees' "chat" records as evidence in antitrust litigation.
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators introduced a bill on Thursday aimed at cutting Google and Facebook's clout in online advertising, an early sign that lawmakers will press on with efforts to rein in Big Tech in the new congress. The bill would prohibit big digital advertising companies, with Google the biggest, from owning more than one part of the stack of services that connect advertisers with companies with space for advertisements.