EU favours consumer choice over net neutrality

EU favours consumer choice over net neutrality

AMSTERDAM -- European Commission Vice-President Neelie Kroes won't legislate net neutrality for all, but those who want "access to a...

May 30th, 2012 loek essers

Huawei: There are no illegal state subsidies

Huawei: There are no illegal state subsidies

LONDON -- Chinese networking company Huawei Technologies Co. has denied accusations that it benefits from illegal state subsidies, and said...

May 29th, 2012 sophie curtis

UK warns popular Web sites to comply with cookie law

UK warns popular Web sites to comply with cookie law

LONDON -- The Information Commissioner's Office has sent a letter of warning to 75 of the U.K.'s most popular Web...

May 26th, 2012 derek du preez

EU takes tough stance on data protection

EU takes tough stance on data protection

BRUSSELS  -- The European Commission underlined its commitment to data protection on Wednesday by referring Hungary to the European Court...

April 25th, 2012 jennifer baker

Google’s new privacy policy breaks European law: French

Google’s new privacy policy breaks European law: French

PARIS - Google's new privacy policy does not comply with European data protection law, and the company should delay its...

February 29th, 2012 Peter Sayer

EC to send counterfeiting bill to court

EC to send counterfeiting bill to court

BRUSSELS -- The European Commission has bowed to political pressure and has asked Europe's highest court to decide whether the...

February 22nd, 2012 jennifer baker

More spectrum in Europe made available

More spectrum in Europe made available

BRUSSELS -- Wireless broadband got a boost in Europe when the European Parliament voted in favor of reallocating radio spectrum...

February 15th, 2012 jennifer baker

EU to stengthen its cybersecurity watchdog

EU to stengthen its cybersecurity watchdog

BRUSSELS  -- A push to strengthen the European Union's cybersecurity watchdog has been given a green light by parliamentarians. ENISA, the...

February 8th, 2012 jennifer baker

Dutch MP: Ban surveillance tech to despotic regimes

Dutch MP: Ban surveillance tech to despotic regimes

BRUSSELS -- Sales of surveillance technology should be banned to countries that violate human rights, says the Dutch Green party, a...

January 24th, 2012 jennifer baker