More is revealed by the differences in press releases issued by BEREC and the FCC than by their smiles for the cameras.
Russian disinformation portrayed Richard Dearlove as a leader of a pro-Brexit group that has overthrown the UK government.
The Irish Data Protection Commission has spent over 6 years fighting legal battles to deny the privacy rights of a hospice worker.
European Commissioner Margrethe Vestager echoed telco lobbyists who say over half of all internet traffic leads to just six US firms.
France and the European Union could readily extend sanctions to Russian satellite TV channels but may fear reprisals.
Both Vodafone UK and EE have fallen behind schedule with technical changes needed to reintroduce charges for roaming in the EU.
Europe continues to provide international leadership that respects the privacy of phone users.
Luxembourg’s secretive authorities levied the largest ever data protection fine without telling the complainants they had won.
Over 10 percent of EU citizens were also cheated of money through unsolicited text messages.
A report from Europol’s cross-border digital evidence team shows how the nationality of a business affects the data it will supply.