Cisco is selling its Connected Devices business -- yet at the same time counting on connecting billions of devices
A hastily-introduced law forcing communications operators to retain metadata for law enforcement use is unlawful, the UK High Court said
With the publication of a draft telecommunications law, the European Union's plans for net neutrality are clear
The company has suspended its UberPop service in France following attacks from taxi drivers unhappy with the service
Android phone manufacturers are letting customers down by failing to provide timely updates to newer, more secure operating system software
The court said it has no jurisdiction over the case; the complainant plans to appeal
A compromise on roaming regulations agreed on Monday night still needs approval from member states and the European Parliament
Google now has until mid-August to respond, likely delaying a settlement until after the long summer vacation
A Dutch court won't take Facebook's word it has deleted data that could identify the person behind a now-deleted pseudonymous account from which a sex tape was posted, and wants the company to allow an independent expert to scour its systems for the missing information.
Google was the most prolific corporate lobbyist in Brussels between December and June, with 32 meetings with senior officials
The move would subject them to the rules on network protection and data breach notification as banks and energy networks.
Four more countries have launched public-private partnerships to fund IT training across the EU
The ruling involving an Estonian news site has prompted concern that it undermines EU rules protecting online intermediaries.
Belgium's privacy regulator is taking to the courts to make itself heard
Amazon has published its first transparency report, years after some of its rivals