Europe's telecoms network operators on Tuesday said that bandwidth-hungry services like UHDTV (ultra high definition television) and 3DTV should be distributed via cable or satellite instead of competing with other services for spectrum.
A coalition of international civil liberties organizations on Thursday said that some of the proposed changes to Europe's data protection laws would strip citizens of their privacy rights.
Google's rivals have been given one month to assess the search giant's proposed remedies, the European Commission announced Thursday.
European politicians are at loggerheads following a vote in the European Parliament on Wednesday that rejected proposals to store information on airline passengers.
The European Commission announced on Monday that it has launched an investigation into a group of chip suppliers who are suspected breaking the European Union's antitrust laws by operating a cartel.
The latest European Union survey of ICT in schools has found that 20 percent of secondary students have never or almost never used a computer in their school lessons.
More than 80 European digital rights organizations on Wednesday called on the European Commission to do more to protect net neutrality.
Complainants in the European Union's antitrust case against Google said Monday that the company's proposed remedies could be worse than the current situation.
Organizations representing Europe's electronic communications industry on Friday urged the European Commission not to change the directive on the civil enforcement of intellectual property rights (IPRED).
The European Commission confirmed on Thursday that it has formally received a package of concessions from Google aimed at ending a two-year antitrust investigation.
“Improving users' experience” is not justification for using consumer information in Big Data projects according to Europe's top data protection officials.
Europe's antitrust chief announced a substantial fine on Microsoft, but it could have been even higher he said.
The European Union is "shooting itself in the foot" when it comes to the mobile industry, Europe's Digital Agenda Commissioner tells CEOs in Barcelona.
The world's largest file-sharing site reported an anti-piracy organization to Finnish police for allegedly breaching its copyright.
Civil liberties activists attending the European Commission's copyright discussion declared the process a "waste of time" and an "outrageous attempt to avoid copyright reform."