Deutsche Telekom CEO slams web company regulation; Orange drops out of Polish 2.6 GHz auction

> EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager plans to investigate if cross-border trade is held back by large web companies like Amazon. Report

> Deutsche Telekom CEO Timotheus Höttges added his voice to criticism of German regulation of companies including Google. Report

> Tinder, a dating app, was branded a data security risk, after a rogue developer duped male members into talking to each other rather than women. Article

> Turkcell shareholders called a truce to pay themselves a dividend for the first time in five years. Article

> Orange Poland withdrew from the bidding on a block of 2600 MHz spectrum in the Polish government's ongoing sale of 4G frequencies in order to bring about a faster completion of proceedings. Release

And finally…Ford puts the brakes on speeding Europeans. Article

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