French court rules Steam games must be able to be resold
Valve co-founder Doug Lombardi says the company will appeal the verdict.
Valve will reportedly fight EU geo-blocking charges
The one-time ‘Half Life’ developer may end up going it alone against the EU.
Facebook’s Libra Association is being investigated by EU antitrust regulators
The European Commission is investigating the association’s governance and membership.
US, UK regulators ask Facebook how Libra will protect personal data (updated)
They're worried the cryptocurrency may violate privacy.
EU says sites using Facebook's Like button are responsible for your data
They might have to seek your permission before sending information to Facebook.
EU lending bank aims to cut funding for fossil fuel projects by 2020
It's not waiting for years to push companies toward greener projects.
Amazon won't have to offer a phone helpline in the European Union
The court ruled that Amazon can stick to online support.
The EU's election interference alert system isn't working properly
It was stymied by incomplete information and political disagreements.
European regulators demand changes to 737 Max autopilot
They're not just concerned about the safety systems.