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In recent years, Big Tech has drawn the ire of regulators across the globe. And given the current state of the world, some governments have been raising taxes on tech giants to bolster their own economies.
But as several countries in Southeast Asia begin imposing stricter regulations, will smaller tech players get caught up in the attempt to keep the titans in check?
On this episode of Deep Dive, Tech in Asia industry analyst Simon Huang explains why regulators in the region are tightening the screws, what critics and advocates are saying about the changes, and whether smaller startups have cause to worry.
More information on today's episode here: https://www.techinasia.com/southeast-asian-states-tightening-screws-tech-giants
- Simon Huang, a Tech in Asia industry analyst based in Singapore
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