Facebook says EU antitrust probe invades employee privacy
Facebook on Monday said it is asking EU courts to review "exceptionally broad" requests by antitrust regulators there that would scoop up employees' personal information.
Britain says 'unfortunately clear' no Brexit deal by end of July
Britain's chief Brexit negotiator said Thursday it was clear that London will not achieve its goal of striking a preliminary July agreement on the UK's exit from the EU.
Slack files EU antitrust complaint against Microsoft
The workplace messaging platform Slack said Wednesday it has filed an antitrust complaint with the European Commission alleging that Microsoft is illegally tying its own product to its dominant Office software suite.
EU agrees landmark 750-bn-euro virus 'Marshall Plan'
EU leaders emerged from a marathon four-day and four-night summit Tuesday to celebrate what they boasted was a historic rescue plan for economies left shattered by the coronavirus epidemic.
EU court victory for Apple in 13-bn-euro tax case
A European court on Wednesday annulled an EU order that Apple repay Ireland 13 billion euros ($15 billion) in back taxes, in a major legal setback for Brussels.
YouTube doesn't need to tattle on film pirates, says top EU Court
YouTube is not obliged to reveal private information on the identity of people posting illegal content on its platform, an EU court ruled on Thursday.
Of conspiracy theories and COVID-19 - Part 3
It is even more dangerous when they have a considerable number of followers on social media platforms and a few clicks can gather a million views in as little as two hours. Since it is almost futile to dissuade them, we can do several things to hinder the spread of these fallacies.
Remdesivir first COVID-19 drug to receive EU’s green light
The first drug to treat severe cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the EU on Friday was given the green light, with the European Commission approving Remdesivir.
Merkel's legacy at stake as Germany takes EU reins
Germany takes over the European Union's six-month presidency Wednesday, with outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel staking her legacy on a massive economic recovery plan to help the bloc with the coronavirus fallout.