European Parliament candidates sign "charter of digital rights"
Internet governance should be more global according to a new EU policy paper
An overhaul of EU copyright levies sparks debate
Google's rivals in the EU have not ruled out legal action against competition authorities.
Legal streaming and downloading will be cheaper and easier, lawmakers say.
The EU's overhaul of its copyright system needs more public feedback, government officials say.
The current privacy czar will stay in the job for another 10 months
Today's maximum fines are just pocket money to Google, and stronger sanctions are needed to guarantee compliance, said Viviane Reding
The three-year case could end soon
The EU could make better use of spectrum in the UHF band, said a European Commissioner
EU report also calls for safe harbor agreement to be suspended
No suitable candidates applied for the job of EU data protection czar
The European Commission says Google's proposal to settle an E.U. antitrust case is not good enough and there is "little time left" to resolve the three-year case.
Congressman Mike Rogers warns the EU that inviting Snowden to speak would damage ongoing trade talks.
Co-CEO of SAP will advise lawmakers on how to tax Europe's digital economy