From September onwards, Google will no longer charge search engine providers in the EU to feature on the Choice Screen Android setup.
Much like the Democrats in the US, members of the EU are looking to keep a closer eye on the biggest tech firms operating in the region.
The social media platform could spend as much as $500 million in order to get a data centre presence in Europe.
Regulators are wanting to know what Google plans to do with the health data that Fitbit captures on its devices.
EU citizens will be presented with a choice of search providers when setting up their Android smartphone from 1st March.
The European Union is looking at how the firm collects search and ad data.
The social media platform’s cryptocurrency is coming under even more scrutiny.
Reports say European Union officials want to look into Spotify’s claims.
The European Union has revealed its guidelines when it comes to developing responsible AI.
The new copyright legislature has been passed by the EU, and it has tech companies and digital rights activists worried.
When looking to regulate cryptocurrencies, the Maltese government turned to the private sector for help.
YouTube’s head of Music, Lyor Cohen, offers up ominous warning.
It could make Facebook, YouTube and others police more strictly.
The GDPR comes into effect later this month and companies should be getting ready to comply, especially if they are based outside of the EU.
WhatsApp is having to raise its age restriction to 16 in the EU. It may have to go further locally once POPI comes into effect.
Apple says that the EU ignored statements from Irish tax experts which would have lessened the size of its payment.
The EU is expected to rule today over Apple’s tax arrangements with the Irish government.
We should all be paying attention to Europe’s talks about encryption because it could eventually affect us all.