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EU to investigate 'anticompetitive' e-commerce geoblocking
Restrictions in the crosshairs.
Feb 3 2017 7:42AM
EU mobile roaming charges to disappear
Deal on wholesale caps reached.
Feb 1 2017 11:24AM
EU privacy proposal could undermine Google, Facebook revenue
Will need consent to track cookies, scan emails.
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EU court finds mass data retention illegal
Blow to Britain's Snooper's Charter.
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Apple lashes out at EU in tax ruling appeal
Brussels says no cause for low tax bill.
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Facebook accused of misleading EU in WhatsApp takeover probe
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Microsoft's LinkedIn acquisition cleared by EU
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Google formally rejects EU antitrust charges
Ruling could lead to hefty fines.
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Greater checks on cryptocurrency exchanges.
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Claims company's own apps are favoured.
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Joint proposal would assign band to wireless broadband across EU.
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Feb 2 2016 1:08PM
EU close to passing first-ever uniform cyber security rules
Wants to compel web giants to share their data breaches.
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