A leaked document suggests the European Commission will launch a probe into U.S. online platform providers
Non-secure HTTP sites will not get access to new browser features, Mozilla said
Uber tries to settle its legal problems in the Netherlands but will have to do more to get out of trouble
Facebook has already filed a lawsuit against the Dutch data protection authority over an investigation into its privacy practices
The EU wants IT companies to help with this effort
The eCall system will automatically dial 112, Europe's single emergency number, in case of a crash.
A €150 million fund will help publishers experiment with new forms of digital media
If European tech companies want to make it big, they should go international as soon as possible, says BlaBlaCar's COO
There are other similar cases pending though so AdBlock Plus maker Eyeo is not home free yet
Privacy groups say EU proosals undermine basic privacy protections
The hotel reservation site settled competition investigations against it
Twitter's International headquarters will be in Dublin
Questions raised about the algorithms used by search engines and social media to highlight products, news, and interests deserve our urgent attention, scholars said.
A multibillion dollar fine imposed on Google is unlikely, one antitrust expert said
The bundling of apps with Android is one of the practices that the European Commission is examining in its new investigation