It's turning out to be a bad week for Uber, as it faces a growing number of bans
The US government would not allow another country to seize data stored on US soil in the same way, Microsoft said in a court filing.
Although the law might be illegal, the UK government is looking to expand its web snooping capabilities
Retiring is not an option for Kroes, who said life is just beginning after leaving Brussels
The case will be appealed at the European Court of Human Rights
Company's should only deal with one privacy regulator instead of 28, industry associations said
There are still some data protection concerns though, an opposing party in the EU Parliament said
Since 2012, law enforcement officials have seized 1829 sites that sell counterfeit goods
Passwordbox offers one-click login to multiple sites.
Pressure is mounting in the European Union for tougher competition rules for U.S. tech firms
EU member states are discussing the possibility of watering down net neutrality proposals made by the Parliament and Commission
EU legislators have called on antitrust authorities to consider breaking up companies that use search activities to dominate other markets
European telecommunications ministers will discuss a watered-down net neutrality proposal Thursday
Whether Google will now start applying the right to be forgotten to the .com domain remains unclear
The Commission is planning to simplify copyright and consumer protection rules for online and digital purchases