Plan to forge agreement with Google in competition case is controversial
Complaint alleges anticompetitive behavior in the app market
An EU Court has upheld the European Commission's antitrust judgement against Intel, which has two months to lodge a final appeal
However, EU justice ministers disagree over who will enforce the laws.
EU court did not create true right to be forgotten, experts said at a forum
Google should anticipate what kinds of information people will want removed, said the EU's top data protection official.
Arguments continue over who gets to handle consumer privacy complaints
But member states disagree on how to implement the rule
Pirates out, digital rights to the fore
French and German ministers voice concerns about Google settlement
Digital groups team up to file yet another complaint against the search giant
On the other hand, data mining also will be made more painful by the ruling, says the CCIA. But so will research.
Motorola Mobility abused a dominant market position in the way it asserted patents essential to industry standards, the Commission said
Leaked document shows paucity of ideas, digital rights activists say.
It has put the allocation of .vin and .wine top level domain names on hold over cyber-squatting fears
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