EU approves cyber-attack sanctions ahead of election
Governments hope to react more quickly to cyber attacks.
EU law could fine sites for not removing terrorist content within an hour
Critics say it’s a watered-down version of the EU’s original proposal.
Facebook expands Ad Library and tightens ad rules ahead of EU elections
The Library now houses all types of ads and shows more details about the Pages running them.
EU passes divisive Article 13 copyright law
The jury is out on whether this is a win for creatives or dark days for the internet.
Europe votes to cap data roaming prices, will make it cheaper to tweet from Ibiza
European Union countries already had a data roaming cutoff law in place to prevent bill shock afte...
European Parliament approves January 2013 deadline for 4G spectrum free up
Back in November, the European Commission, European Parliament and its member states agreed on plan...
European Union retailers to be required to accept e-waste without charge, says Parliament
Not sure what to do with your old, outdated electronics? If you live within the European Union, get...
EU wants member countries to free up spectrum for 4G rollout, eyes 2013 deadline
This one's been in the works for a little while now, but the EU has just taken another step towar...
Microsoft's Patriot Act admission has the EU up in arms
Last week, Microsoft quietly confirmed that cloud data stored on its European servers can still b...