Europe’s proposed law to force Internet platforms to find, report, and remove online child sexual abuse material could overreach and dilute privacy protections.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is an existential crisis and a direct challenge to the international security order. At stake is not only Ukraine, but the future of European security.
As technology shapes our societies, the European Union (EU) is moving to increase its government oversight.
European legislators have agreed on a landmark Digital Services Act to combat online illegal speech. But the bill threatens freedom of expression.
When American and European leaders meet this weekend for the second round of the Trade and Technology Council, they will insist on transatlantic harmony.
European telecom operators are once again knocking on doors of governments seeking relief from Big Tech for the costs of building and operating their networks.
American companies dominate Europe’s cloud industry. The continent is struggling to find a coherent response and threatens to veer toward data protectionism.
Europe’s new copyright rules have sparked a battle between publishers and tech companies – and might end up damaging both.
Europe has responded to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine with bold new plans to increase defense spending. A beneficiary should be its tech industry.
If Elon Musk takes over Twitter, he will find his free expression dreams limited by the just finalized European regulation, the Digital Services Act.