Thierry Breton, the European Union’s industrial policy Commissioner, has warned alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai that he plans to curb the excessive and wanton development of large US technology companies through a series of new regulations, it is reported. < / P > < p > earlier, an internal document from Google outlined a 60 day strategy to prevent the EU from pushing forward new technology rules by getting US allies to fight back at Brayton. It needs to be pointed out that the video conference of both parties was proposed by Google on its own initiative before the disclosure of Google’s internal documents. On December 2, Brayton, together with the European Union’s competition commissioner, Margrethe vestager, will announce new draft rules, namely the digital services act and the digital Markets Act. < / P > < p > it is understood that these rules will set up a “do’s and don’t’s” list for Internet & quot; gatekeepers (Internet companies with market dominance), forcing them to share data with competitors and regulators and have to promote their own services and products fairly. “< p > < p > Brayton told picchay in a video conference:” the Internet can no longer be a “wilderness”. We need clear and transparent rules, predictable environment, and balanced rights and obligations. All things that are allowed offline should be allowed on the network; all things that are prohibited offline should also be banned on the network. ” Brayton also said he would give the EU more rights to curb unfair practices through a “gatekeeper platform.”. In this way, the Internet will benefit not only a few companies, but also SMEs and entrepreneurs in Europe. It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia