The European Parliament on Thursday approved new uses for so-called orphan works.
India has demanded that the E.U. award it data-secure status similar to the U.S. safe harbor agreement.
European institutions on Wednesday beefed up their cyber security by establishing a permanent Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-EU).
The European Parliament on Tuesday approved a new system of standards across the EU.
Copyright laws are holding back potentially life-saving research said the EU's top digital lawmaker on Monday.
Europe's competition watchdog on Wednesday closed an in-depth investigation and approved plans by three British telecoms companies to create a joint 'mobile wallet'...
The European Commission has no plans to force spectrum license holders to give free access to their frequencies.
Europe's Digital Agenda Commissioner has warned E.U. member states that they cannot get away with not supporting broadband roll-out and next generation networks...
The European Commission on Monday told the Czech telecoms regulator to withdraw plans on access to its broadband networks.
On Monday a new E.U. law that will required all large electronic retailers to take back old equipment came into force.
Europe's antitrust watchdog on Tuesday approved the acquisition of NDS by Cisco.
The European Commission on Tuesday warned 13 optical disk drive suppliers that they may face a formal antitrust investigation for participating in a worldwide...
Mandatory risk management for social networks could form part of a European Commission legislative proposal on network and information security it was revealed...
Europe's top law-makers on Monday launched a public consultation on how to keep the Internet open and neutral.
Europe's highest court ruled on Thursday that websites selling airline tickets cannot have the “include flight cancellation insurance” box ticked by default.