YouTube must filter content uploaded by users a German court ruled on Friday.
The European Parliament on Thursday approved a controversial data transfer agreement with the United States despite splitting the body.
The European Parliament has called for new rules to monitor internet censorship by autocratic regimes.
In an effort to stay head of the technology, the European Commission is calling for opinions on how to regulate wirelessly connected devices.
Europe's competition watchdog has opened an in-depth investigation into plans by three British telecoms companies to create a joint “mobile wallet” venture.
A wide cross section of groups and individuals spoke out against the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) at a European Parliament event on Wednesday.
Tripadvisor and Expedia are the two latest companies to complain to Europe's competition regulators about Google.
Europe's top competition regulators have launched two antitrust investigations into Motorola Mobility.
Spanish telecoms operator Telefónica has lost its latest bid to avoid a €152 million fine for blocking competition in Spain's broadband market.
A ruling from the European Commission on allegations that Google abused its dominant market position is expected within days.
In a speedy show of consensus, the European Union's three law making institutions have agreed new rules that will cut mobile phone roaming charges for consumers...
The European Commission is to get tough on cybercrime it revealed on Wednesday, but won't target illegal file-sharing.
Campaigners against the ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) are hailing as a success the decision by the European Parliament's trade committee not to...
In a shock turnaround, members of the European Parliament's civil liberties committee voted on Tuesday to endorse a controversial data transfer agreement with...
Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) is urging workers at the European Parliament not to accept free licenses to Microsoft programs saying it would be a breach...