Mark Zuckerberg agrees to EU meetings a day after ditching the UK
It's unclear why he's chosen one over the other.
EU may follow US push for easier data sharing across borders
A proposal would let European authorities request data delivered in days, not months.
Google loses 'right to be forgotten' case over man's past conviction
It could set a precedent for internet companies' handling of user data.
Can Facebook really apply the EU's data-privacy rules worldwide?
Yes, yes it can.
Instagram will let users download all their data
A data portability tool could help the company respond to criticism and comply with EU regulations.
Uber executives on the hook for criminal charges in France
The EU court ruling opens floodgates for action against UberPop.
Facebook is struggling with the EU's stricter privacy laws
Facebook seems caught off guard by rules that have been in the pipeline for six years.
Brits (still) can't stream BBC iPlayer abroad
Despite EU rules, the UK's TV licence complicates things. Let alone Brexit.