Fruity cargo cult Apple is finding itself on the wrong end of another antitrust action over the way it is running its music streaming business.
Van der Valk investigates
Dutch regulators said that they had opened an investigation into whether Apple has abused its market position by giving preferential treatment to its own apps.
Are EU institutions following data privacy rules?
EU data protection authorities are rather concerned about deals being hatched out between Microsoft, the European Commission and other EU institutions.
Adsense costs Google 1.49 billion euro
Google has been fined 1.49 billion euro by the European Commission which said that the case focused on the company’s illegal practices in search advertising brokering from 2006 to 2016.
Taking the Michael
Advertising companies have infested EU government websites with advertising scripts to steal the data.
Will work on global reform instead
European Union finance ministers are set to ditch a plan to introduce an EU-wide digital tax next week but agreed to work on a global reform of the taxation of internet companies.
But this might be bad news for Apple
One of the fruity cargo cult Apple’s biggest programming challenges could be set to get more complicated – at least in Europe.
Social networking is privacy watchdog’s main concern
An office that’s responsible for enforcing European data privacy laws against many of the biggest US tech firms is spending much of its time on one company: Facebook.
Final law is out
The EU has managed to ignore everyone and come up with a final copyright directive which is even worse than the drafts.
No-one has a real excuse
Huawei has said it is willing for its equipment and activities to be supervised by the European Union (EU) as it continues to fend off the threat of restrictions on the use of its kit in 5G networks.