New measures to boost online public procurement in the European Union could make is increasingly easy for smaller IT companies to secure government contracts.
A leading European organization has said that the European Commission is ignoring consumers’ views on the future of broadband networks and net neutrality.
The European Commission has started legal action against 20 European Union member states which have failed to take measures to implement new rules protecting...
The European Commission is examining whether additional rules are needed on personal data breach notification in the European Union.
The European Commission has put forward plans to make it easier for Internet users to legally watch films and television programs online.
The European Parliament’s civil liberties committee has voted unanimously to reject mandatory European Union-wide blocking of child pornography websites.
The European Commission has proposed new regulation that will allow consumers to sign up for a cheaper mobile roaming contract, distinct from their contract for...
Members of the European Parliament have demanded to know what lawmakers intend to do about the conflict between the European Union’s Data Protection Directive and the U.S. Patriot Act.
New European Union rules came into force on Friday reducing the cost for consumers of using mobile phones abroad.
The OECD on Wednesday issued a communication on developing Internet policy that appears to put pressure on Internet service providers (ISPs) to take responsibility for policing their networks.
The European Commissioner for the Digital Agenda has told web companies to come up with a do-not-track standard by mid-2012, or the Commission will have to...
The European Parliament has approved new European Union-wide rules for online shopping.
The European Commission has sent a clear message to telecoms operators that they must allow access to their networks and wholesale broadband markets to new...
A major challenge to the principles of free software was mounted in a German district court on Tuesday.
A test conducted by the European Commission on 14 social networking sites found that only two of them make minors’ profiles private by default.