EU needs to tackle 5G conspiracy theories
Published in AI
Monday, 19 October 2020 11:47

EU needs to tackle 5G conspiracy theories


They are actually effecting the technology spread

The European Union needs to come up with a strategy to counter disinformation about 5G technology a group of 15 countries including Poland and Sweden have warned.

EU might narrow Amazon investigation
Published in News
Thursday, 15 October 2020 11:24

EU might narrow Amazon investigation


Wants to speed things up

EU antitrust regulators may narrow the scope of their year long investigation into Amazon to speed up the case against the online bookseller.

EU looks to green fuel alternatives
Published in News
Wednesday, 14 October 2020 11:43

EU looks to green fuel alternatives


It wants to be climate neutral by the middle of the century

Green hydrogen, low-carbon aviation fuel and electric trucks are among 55 clean technologies that can help the European Union to reach its goal of climate neutrality by mid-century, according to research by Capgemini Invent.

EU needs to tackle 5G disinformation
Published in News
Friday, 02 October 2020 12:25

EU needs to tackle 5G disinformation


It does not spread COVID-19

European Union leaders need to tackle urgently disinformation on 5G technology, which is central to the bloc's economic recovery from COVID-19 and its plans to catch up with the United States and China, a study by telecoms lobby group ETNO showed.

Big Tech might have to share data with rivals
Published in News
Wednesday, 30 September 2020 12:27

Big Tech might have to share data with rivals


EU ready to insist

The European Union is preparing to force big tech to share their customer data with smaller rivals, the Financial Times reported

US Big Tech ignoring EU transatlantic data transfer rules
Published in News


Austrian privacy campaigner complains

Technology firms' compliance with European restrictions on transatlantic data transfers is shockingly poor, according to Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems.

EU could force Apple to open iPhone payment tech
Published in Mobiles


Just working on the legislation

The European Union is weighing legislation that could force Apple to open iPhone payment technology to competitors.

EU plans to boot big tech
Published in News
Tuesday, 22 September 2020 10:56

EU plans to boot big tech


Could force break ups

The EU wants to arm itself with new powers to take on big technology companies, including the ability to force them to break up or sell some of their European operations if their market dominance is deemed to threaten the interests of customers and smaller rivals.

Apple blasted by Blix
Published in News
Monday, 21 September 2020 12:54

Apple blasted by Blix


Pens snottogram to Euro antitrust supremo

An American app creator has alleged Apple is not playing by the rule book and has taken its complaints offshore to the European bloc, said Reuters.

EU wants major concessions from Google on Fitbit
Published in IoT



You can't steal the data or no acquistion

The EU has demanded that Google make major concessions relating to its $2.1 billion acquisition of fitness-tracking company Fitbit if the deal is to be allowed to proceed.