Lobbying on an EU plan to fight online child abuse by blocking websites is heating up, but opponents of the blocking plan are outnumbered
ACTA, the controversial anticounterfeiting trade agreement, was made public Wednesday, confirming critics' fears.
European ministers called for the introduction open standards and interoperability in government procurement of IT Monday, sparking applause from the industry.
A controversial plan to crack down on online piracy and counterfeiting will be opened up to public scrutiny for the first time next week, when the negotiating...
A European political lobbyist offered his opinion on the monopoly charges against IBM, saying government intervention is needed.
The European Commission is poised to propose a directive to fight sexual exploitation of children online.
The European Commission and the US are negotiating over transfer of EU citizens' bank data for counterterrorism purposes.
The EC will urge transparency in secret copyright treaty talks .
A third antitrust complaint against IBM's mainframe business was filed with the European Commission Tuesday.
The European Court of Justice ruled in favor of Google on Tuesday in a case concerning the use of trademarks in online advertising
A European Parliament report has stirred lobbying efforts to keep Internet piracy from being lumped in with counterfeiting.
The European Parliament demands that the Commission open up negotiations about an anti-counterfeiting trade agreement (ACTA).
European Parliamentarians are debating whether to oppose the international anti-counterfeiting trade agreement (ACTA).
The European Commission Monday gave a conditional go-ahead for the merger of Orange UK and T-Mobile UK.
Update: Google says it is confident that the antitrust investigation will not go beyond the preliminary stage; blames Microsoft for sparking the probe.
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