The European Commission laid out guidelines for public investment in super-fast broadband networks but stopped short of promoting point-to-point fiber optics.
Antitrust regulators around the world, led chiefly by the EC, are testing the limits of the law in their pursuit of Intel, a senior company executive said.
The European Commission Wednesday found Intel guilty of antitrust violations in the market for PC microprocessors and fined it $1.44 billion.
EU levies record fine against Intel in antitrust case
The European Commission sets a conduct code for companies using RFID tags that it hopes will safeguard privacy and allow the quick rollout of the technology.
Next Wednesday the EC is expected to punish computer chip-maker Intel for stifling competition from smaller rivals.
The EC launched a new assault on what it considers to be rip-off costs in mobile telephony Thursday.
The EU may break up a package of reforms for the telecom sector to salvage elements of it, after Parliamentarians torpedoed the original plan.
A reform of EU telecom laws was rejected by the European Parliament because of one clause that would have compromised citizens' rights to access the internet.
The European Commission wants to replace assorted national laws on what music and movies consumers can and can't download with an EU set of rules.
The EU may pass laws to better protect consumers online and reduce the amount of spam European citizens receive, according to two E.U. commissioners.
EU's Reding called Monday for a new multilateral approach to Internet governance once the current system expires at the end of September this year.
The software giant submitted its written response to charges that it illegally favors Internet Explorer over rivals
No judge is needed to ban someone from the Internet, but the right to the Net is seen as a basic human right
One month without access to the Internet would cost the EU around €150 billion, commissioner says