If implemented, the rules will potentially affect 880,000 companies, including tech firms
Back door sin encryption will sooner or later lead to misuse, the EU's digital Commissioner said
YouTube's algorithms aren't very suitable parents, a complaint against a supposedly kid friendly video app showed
Rights groups slam as weak draft EU rules meant to increase transparency on use of 'conflict minerals,' used in computers and electronics
Google removes a link from its search results about 40 percent of the time.
The ride-hailing company will let its drivers accept cash for the first time
The subletting of low-income rental houses is a growing problem, real estate agent says.
Ericsson has filed three lawsuits against Apple in Europe in an ongoing dispute over patent royalties.
Companies using fake gear could experience significant network outages, the U.K. police warned
Skype can easily be confused with the Sky trade mark, an EU court found
The European Commission wants to make it easier for consumers to shop online across borders
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