As it prepares to present its strategy for a EU-wide ‘Digital Single Market’, the European Commission today released (a new index), ranking all 28 EU member states based on their digital performance.
As the European Commission prepares a long-term strategy for realising a ‘Digital Single Market’ in Europe – to be presented in May – we’d like to invite you to an online survey and share your views.
With the latest EU Parliament vote in favour of breaking up Google, guest contributor Alia Papageorgiou takes a closer look at the search giant’s latest road bumps with European lawmakers.
Europe’s antitrust regulators have - as expected - given the green light for Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition of messaging apps maker WhatsApp, sans conditions. The decision was communicated on Friday morning, with European Competition CommissionerJoaquin Almunia commenting: “We have carefully reviewed this proposed acquisition and come to the conclusion that it would not hamper competition […]
The EU Commission has made public a letter which was sent recently to the CEOs of six international car rental companies to urge them to stop their “discriminatory practices” against online buyers.
In a week from today, on Tuesday 1 July to be more precise, there will be a significant drop in EU data roaming charges before they get hopefully slashed altogether in the near future. In a press release, the European Commission this morning pointed out that it will cut the price caps for data downloads […]
Bad news for chipmaker Intel out of Luxembourg today, as the General Court (a constituent court of the Court of Justice of the EU) has upheld the fine of €1.06 billion (roughly $1.43 billion) imposed by the European Commission on the company in 2009. Intel was fined for having abused its dominant position on the […]