Summary Technology companies, such as Google, Meta and Apple (Big Tech) are among the most influential actors in the modern world. Despite affecting the lives of millions of people, they operate with minimal regulatory framework. Their economic, social and political role is significant, and yet, governments across the world are uncertain about how to regulate them. Currently, the most discussed tools for regulation are competition and media laws, privacy laws, and the development of new sector-specific regulations. While such regulations are essential, the policy focuses on public law, disregarding the potential of private law tools. This project aims to remedy this and analyze how corporate governance could be used as a regulatory tool to regulate Big Tech's management behaviour and decisions.