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."
Apple formally challenges the EU's tax demands
The tech giant claims Europe ignored legal advice in order to exaggerate its punishment.
EU to tech industry: Remove hate speech faster or we'll make you
Facebook, Twitter, Google and Microsoft aren't delivering on promises to pull harmful messages within 24 hours.
The EU plans to cut 30 percent of its energy usage by 2030
The European Commission's latest proposal goes even further than its commitments at the Paris Climate talks.
German draft law would limit your data privacy rights
You often wouldn't have the right to know what information people are collecting about you.
Brexit's good for tech, Brexit's bad for tech
Google, Facebook and IBM are reaping the pre-Article-50 PR opportunities.
Facebook halts WhatsApp data sharing across Europe
A small win for privacy regulators across the continent.
Space mining gets a boost through Luxembourg's new law
European companies have the legal right to keep their asteroid harvests.