Britain was set to slap three social media giants with a penalty should they fail to curb the spread of
Social media giant Facebook has postponed the launch of its European dating feature following a visit to the company’s European
The European Commission is reportedly considering plans to launch a €100bn sovereign wealth fund to be used to finance Europe’s
Congressman David Cicilline to attend International Grand Committee on Disinformation and ‘Fake News’ in Dublin
Democratic Congressman and influential US legislator, David Cicilline has confirmed his attendance at the International Grand Committee on Disinformation and
Facebook has removed dozens of pages and hundreds of profiles based on the findings of Avaaz.
Facebook has imposed a permanent ban on at least a dozen far-right groups and their leaders, saying they fall under
From European Parliament’s Last Day to Facebook’s Political Ads: EU’s Top Stories on April 18, 2019, Ranked
The 10 EU news and developments from April 18, 2019, ranked in order of importance.
Big tech and Internet freedom activists have remained staunchly opposed to the new EU Copyright Directive.
The controversial copyright law amendments are expected to be adopted by the European Parliament next Tuesday.