Britain had proposed a 2 per cent tax on the money that big tech companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon make from British users from next month onwards.
ClimateVoice will help employees at big tech companies amplify climate activism and lobby for legislative action.
The issue gained added urgency in 2017 when a 14-year-old girl killed herself influenced by accounts about suicide and depression on Instagram and Pinterest.
According to officials of the European Union, the might of USA's Big Tech firms is bad for smaller new companies to grow in the space.
Social media platforms such as Facebook, Amazon and Google are under scrutiny over their efforts to curb the dissemination of misinformation and false claims.
Despite the large sum, Google's fine of $1 billion is less than the €1.6 billion that the French finance ministry had been seeking.
At the House Judiciary Committee hearing involving Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google, what really stood out were the deep-rooted bylaws made by the companies themselves.
French economy minister Bruno le Maire noted upon US' probe that the two nations "should be able to settle differences without threats".
The nations, of which India is a part, have agreed to impose restrictions in order to prevent firms such as Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple from evading taxes.
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