Europeans will get 'portable' streaming libraries next year
New rules will let people access services in other countries as if they were at home.
EU probing Valve and five publishers for geo-blocking games
Steam activation keys have sparked an antitrust investigation.
Apple moving international iTunes arm to Ireland next month
The company hasn't been shaken by the EU's demands for payback from Irish tax deal.
Trump signs executive order stripping non-citizens of privacy rights (updated)
The six month-old Privacy Shield agreement between the US and EU is now in jeopardy.
EU court ruling could derail the UK's new surveillance law
The EU Court of Justice has ruled that "indiscriminate" data retention goes against human rights.
Facebook accused of misleading EU during WhatsApp takeover
"Companies are obliged to give the Commission accurate information during merger investigations."
Ireland says EU overstepped authority over Apple tax bill
The country says the European Commission misinterpreted Irish laws
Apple formally challenges the EU's tax demands
The tech giant claims Europe ignored legal advice in order to exaggerate its punishment.