The EU is set to unveil major proposals to regulate Big Tech on December 15, in what could force a revolution in the way Google or Facebook do business
Google faces a growing list of battles around the world, from tussles in Europe and Australia over fair compensation for media outlets to competition probes on both sides of the Atlantic
The coronavirus pandemic, set to provoke a severe global recession this year, is hitting multinational companies disproportionately. But what sectors might succeed during the pandemic?
Washington and Brussels have both proposed solutions to facilitate cross-border access to data for law enforcement officials, but the issue has stirred up a hornet's nest.
The majority of the EU member states have voted for the EU copyright reform package on Monday in order to ensure that artists and publishers are compensated for their work on the internet.
EU ministers raise concerns about whether citizens' rights are protected in a bill aimed at speeding up investigators' access to email and other digital evidence.
The European Parliament approves a controversial EU copyright law that hands more power to news and record companies against internet giants like Google and Facebook.