After Facebook and Google, the EU tackles... daylight savings
Europeans are being polled on daylight savings.
EU: Amazon must pay back €250 million in unfair tax benefits
It's up to Luxembourg to recover the money.
EU fines Google a record $2.7 billion for abusing product searches
The search giant has been found guilty of manipulating results to promote its own products.
EU: Social networks are getting better at reviewing hate speech
Facebook was the standout performer, but YouTube has work to do.
Facebook fined €110 million for misleading EU over WhatsApp takeover
The Commission says Facebook employees knew they could merge accounts but didn't say so.
EE is trying to take credit for the EU's free roaming law
Customers can use their call, text and data allowances in 47 European countries from June 15th.
EU tool lets whistleblowers report anti-competitive companies
The next big antitrust investigation could be tipped anonymously by a disgruntled employee.
ASUS is being investigated for price manipulation in Europe
Philips, Pioneer and Denon & Marantz are also accused of restricting prices online.
EU probing Valve and five publishers for geo-blocking games
Steam activation keys have sparked an antitrust investigation.