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A bad few weeks for big tech! 

Google fails to overturn EU Android antitrust ruling but reduces its fine by 5 percent 
Google and Meta fined over $70m for privacy violations in Korea 
Google faces fines of up to $25.4b in UK and EU ad tech case 
Microsoft’s purchase of Activision Blizzard will face ‘in-depth’ UK investigation 
ARM sues Qualcomm, alleging its subsidiary breached a licensing agreement 
The SEC revealed today that it charged VMWare with fraud . . . then settled for next to nothing 
Meta axes internal team responsible for asking ‘are we the baddies?’ 
NVIDIA reveals new US government rule restricting export of AI chips to China and Russia 

Breaches Everywhere 

LastPass Suffers Data Breach, Source Code Stolen 
Critical hole in Atlassian Bitbucket allows any miscreant to hijack servers
Optus (Austrialian Telco) Breached 


Ryzen 7000 Series Launch AMD makes Ryzen 7000 official: Launching September 27, starting at $299 
AMD Announces B650E Chipset for Ryzen 7000: PCIe 5.0 For Mainstream 
Xbox Game Pass ‘Friends & Family’ leak suggests you can share with friends 



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