Legislation can't protect people from their own stupidity, Günther Oettinger told the European Parliament during his confirmation hearing.
Google users looking for news from some German sites will see only a headline from now on
Google has refused to substantially improve user controls, the government says
The tax probe focuses on use of transfer pricing arrangements by two Apple subsidiaries
Apple could have received significant tax reductions from Irish authorities. We'll find out tomorrow whether it did or not.
Passengers probably still can't play Words with Friends during taxi or takeoff, though. Dommage.
The complaints should be dealt with in a common way, the authorities said
The human rights court objects to storing data for 20 years in a criminal database when charges were dropped
“When open alternatives are available, no citizen or company should be forced or encouraged to use a particular company’s technology to access government information.”
But mediating between passengers and unlicensed drivers is still illegal, the court ruled
VKontakte shareholders and a company co-founder have settled a dispute involving allegations of embezzlement and secret service interference
A local competitor tried to steal Netflix' thunder with the launch of its own video-on-demand service on the Netflix launched in France
The Polar team will be joining the Google+ team
The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority made an 180 degree turn, and started enforcing the data retention law again