EU Parliament rejects controversial copyright bill
It will now be open for debate and amendment; another vote will occur in September.
European Wikipedia sites go dark to protest copyright reform
The Italian and Spanish editions don’t like the EU Copyright Directive.
Facebook says Cambridge Analytica may not have accessed EU user data
The firm only wanted American user info for use in US political campaigns.
EU narrowly passes copyright law requiring internet filtering
Its many opponents worry the bill will stifle creativity on the internet.
Google could face a massive EU Android competition fine in July
The company could be made to unbundle Android from its search business.
How GDPR is affecting the games you love
The gaming industry had to comply with the EU's privacy rules, too.
UK may want a refund if it's cut out of Galileo GPS project
The EU says there are security issues due to Brexit.
Instapaper temporarily shuts down in Europe to comply with GDPR
The Pinterest-owned company is 'actively working to resolve it.'