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Sep 16, 2017
EU considering measures to raise the tax bills of digital multinational giants like Google and AmazonTax reforms in the EU need unanimity among EU states, a factor that has blocked many overhauls in the past.
Sep 15, 2017
Paris climate accord: Ministers from 30 countries to meet at Montreal to discuss implementationSome 30 environment ministers will push forward on the Paris climate accord at a meeting on Saturday, which has been requested by Canada, China and the European Union.
Sep 11, 2017
Google appeals in court against the $2.9 billion EU antitrust fineThe Luxembourg-based General Court, Europe’s second-highest, is expected to take several years before ruling on Google's appeal.
Sep 07, 2017
EU to increase investment in technology for bolstering cyber securityEU cited public and private estimates on the impact of cybercrime on the EU rose fivefold between 2013 and 2017 and could rise another four times by 2019.
Sep 06, 2017
Intel's antitrust fight against EU to drag further after judges ask court to re-examine caseIntel’s decade-long fight against a $1.3 billion EU antitrust fine is set to drag on after Europe’s top judges told a lower court to re-examine the case.
Sep 04, 2017
Landmark Intel judgment critical for other EU antitrust cases against Qualcomm and GoogleThe Intel ruling could also provide more clarity on whether rebates are anti-competitive by nature or whether enforcers need to prove the anti-competitive effect.
Sep 03, 2017
Google pressurises publications to drop stories speaking negatively of it, claims a reporterGoogle also pressurised the higher-ups at Forbes by saying the article was problematic and had to come down.
Sep 02, 2017
Google funded think-tank removes research scholar for criticising Google's growing monopolyBarry Lynn, founder of the Open Market program in the New America Foundation, has been an active supporter of strict anti-trust regulations.
Aug 24, 2017
Britain to work closely on data protection rules with European Union to smoothen information exchangeBritish lawmakers said last month the country could be put at a competitive disadvantage and the police could lose access to intelligence if the government failed to retain unhindered flows of data.
Aug 17, 2017
Angela Merkel reaffirms the goal of one million electric cars in Germany by 2020In addition to her reaffirmation, Merkel also called for an expansion of the infrastructure for electric cars, such an increase in loading sites and more charging stations in car parking houses and streets.