European data protection law is at last changing, but not just yet, and we’re not sure how.
The deadlines which the European Commission has set itself to fix the broken VAT system are all mañana and make-believe
It turns out that Steam’s leak of personal data was very large, did contain sensitive personal information, and was the result of a denial of service attack. Has it been reported, though?
A single point of failure which discarded all privacy protection is hardly an example of good design.
Rather than blathering on about surveillance, our politicians had better start preparing their excuses.
The EU may have abandoned plans to ban cadmium from artists paints, but where are we now?
Will Europe now force the US to swallow its data protection laws? Look to Dickens for his opinion.
The European Union recognises the need to update its copyright legislation. But are current proposals heading in the right direction?
Over the next couple of years, the EU is set to shut down as many as 100,000 small businesses across Europe.
So how should we respond to proposed European legislation to limit artists’ materials containing environmentally harmful substances, like […]