Europe has taken the lead among democracies in policing the web business. With a mixture of legal actions and new rules tailored for the digital world, the European Union and its member states are trying to rein in the mostly American companies that dominate the internet and social media. Some critics say the actions don’t go far enough or come too late to meaningfully change the online landscape. But they’re already providing a regulatory roadmap for places such as South Korea and California.


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