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EU warns telcos against throttling content providers
As internet traffic spikes.
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EU mulls five-year ban on facial recognition tech in public areas
To give it time to work out how to prevent abuses.
Jan 17 2020 1:18PM
EU ready to act alone on digital tax if no global deal in 2020
Ramping up pressure on multinationals accused of paying too little.
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EU opens Amazon antitrust probe over merchant data use
Fears Amazon runs a marketplace and competes with it unfairly at the same time.
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Fake news fact-checks hobbled by low reach, study shows
EU calls for greater fact-checking efforts.
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EU approves new cyber sanctions regime
New mechanism to freeze hackers' assets in the bloc and ban them from entry anywhere in world.
May 20 2019 6:49AM
Google fined another US$1.7 billion for ad blocks by EU
Third large EU antitrust penalty for Alphabet in only two years.
Mar 21 2019 6:31AM
US warns European allies not to use Chinese gear for 5G networks
Global effort to convince allies not to buy Huawei equipment.
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NATO cyber command grapples with attack rules
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EU seeks hacker asset freeze powers
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EU privacy chief expects first round of GDPR fines this year
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Google granted extension in EU antitrust case
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Member states accept new agreement.
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Europe considers reserving 700MHz for mobile data
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Firms face big fines under new EU data protection law
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Google censors more than a million links under EU privacy ruling
Implements 'right to be forgotten'.
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User privacy rights must move with their data: Microsoft
Seeks stronger privacy protection to revive 'Safe Harbour' deal.
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