Lower courts have to review huge fine
The highest court in the European Union has ruled that Intel’s $1.3 billion antitrust fine should be reviewed in a move which could end a sweeping crackdown on US tech companies antics in Europe.
Staff must not have their privacy violated
Autocratic bosses who love to read their employees emails without telling them have been told to cut it out by the European Court of Human Rights.
Will make changes to avoid even bigger fine
Google has agreed to make changes to its search operations in a bid to avoid a huge EU fine.
Shake up likely before 5G
The European Union is reviewing a bill pertaining to wireless spectrum licences in preparation for the rollout of 5G across the bloc.
First hand experience
It took EU and its legislators years to get rid of roaming charges and today, we can say that EU is one of the biggest mobile markets in the world connecting close to 512 million people.
EU antitrust watchdogs take another punch
The EU is contemplating another record fine against Google.
You will have to make it fixable
The EU Parliament is about to tell makers of badly made electronics which are designed not to last past the warranty date that their products will have to last longer and be fixable.
Caught playing monoploy
The European Commission has fined Google €2.42 billion for breaching EU antitrust rules, saying the search engine outfit has abused its market dominance as a search engine by giving an illegal advantage to another Google product, its comparison shopping service.
US companies must hand over EU data to our spooks
The US government has become so arrogant that it thinks it can order other countries to hand over data to its spooks and has asked the highest court in the land to back it.
European governments might be stalled
European governments that think they can stop terrorism by weakening end-to-end encryption might find their efforts stalled by the European Union.