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May 26th marked one year since the European Union put in place its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) — the privacy law heard round the world. Despite the threat of fines of up to 4 percent of total yearly revenue, GDPR has in some ways cemented the dominance of the big tech companies. “Big fines and sweeping enforcement actions have been largely absent, as under-resourced European regulators struggle to define their mission — and take time to build investigations that will likely end up in court,” Politico’s Mark Scott, Laurens Cerulus and Steven Overly report. Read more.