Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison hit back at the search giant saying "we don't respond to threats" after Google said it would remove its services from the country.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the suit, arguing that "this Goliath of a company is using its power to manipulate the market, destroy competition, and harm you, the consumer."
Euronews explains how internet users' personal data is shared with advertisers and why campaign groups believe they are being exploited
The tax brought about €400 million to the French budget last year, but the government agreed to suspend it in 2020, in exchange for an American promise to drop the tariff threat pending talks on an international deal on taxing online companies.
Why use petrol-powered tools when there are such adorable and environmentally friendly alternatives?
New tools could enable people and health authorities to track the virus using bluetooth proximity data from their smartphones.
The French Finance Minister has warned the United States against retaliatory tariffs in response to the French Digital Tax.
The US Trade Representative is holding a public hearing on Tuesday to discuss a response; it's already condemned the French measures as protectionist.