The White House spoke about the principles for reforming the Big Tech platforms

The White House spoke about the principles for reforming the Big Tech platforms

The White House this week laid out the basic principles for reforming the Big Tech platforms, the most influential technology players in Amazon, Apple, Meta* and Google, and there was an interest in the US Congress joining in containing major US technology companies.

The six basic principles of the upcoming reforms are shared under the general title "Strengthening Competition and Accountability of Technology Platforms", which were published shortly after the American President's Administration met with experts to assess the harm caused by technology platforms and to assess the need to strengthen regulation in this area.

In terms of innovation itself, the United States authorities intend to promote competition in the technology sector, take the necessary measures to protect federal confidentiality, abandon legal protection for large technology platforms, increase the transparency of platform algorithms and content modernization methods, and eliminate the use of discriminatory algorithmic decision-making.A group of legislators, composed of representatives of both parties, is confident that changes in anti-monopoly legislation will help to strengthen control over IT giants. They stated that they have 60 votes in the Senate needed to move the bill forward, but that a vote on it has not yet been scheduled.

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* Listed on the list of voluntary associations and religious organizations in respect of which the court has taken a legally enforceable decision to abolish or prohibit activities on the grounds provided for in Federal Act No. 114-FZ of 25 July 2002 on countering extremist activities.