Tech companies can’t seem to help but get themselves in trouble with the law. There is of course a rich history of governments putting their foot down to stem one activity or another, typified by the antitrust suit against Microsoft back in 2000. Some see these legal incidents as a badge of honor, a clear sign of doing something disruptive and innovative. Others see it as the nasty habit of the tech industry to disregard legal standards that apply to other businesses. Last week, headlines announced a complaint leveraged against Google by the European Commission over Android’s monopoly. Uber reached a…

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