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European Commission hit by serious cyberattack

Staff were told to change their passwords and to use only secure e-mail. The event came just days ahead of the European Council summit being held on Thursday and Friday

EU raids digital book sellers in cartel investigation

The European Commission carried out unannounced inspections to investigate cartel suspicionsrn

Internet providers the new secret police, says report

A study claims that EU states are pushing ISPs to police customer activityrn

New online database helps companies get government work

The European Union unveils a new tool for companies tendering for government business. What the EU is doing regarding e-procurement

EU hits IBM with two formal antitrust investigations

The European Commission announced on Monday that it will begin formal investigations into allegations that IBM has abused its dominant position in the mainframe

EU plans to limit its use of private personal data

The war on terror won't become a war on privacy, the European Commission says

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