European Union Is Concerned About Windows 10's Privacy Settings
The European Union authorities are concerned about data collection and the default privacy settings of Windows 10.
Valve Under Scrutiny Due To 'Geo Blocking'
Valve will be investigated by the European Union Commission due to Geo Blocking.
Chinese Science To Develop Tastier Tomatoes
A team of researchers have finally reported progress in their study on show to improve the quality of Chinese tomatoes. How? By application of Chinese Science.
South Korea’s Limitless Energy Sets A New World Record; Details Inside
How essential is South Korea’s claim regarding the limitless source of energy? What’s the truth behind the country’s fusion reactor that can sustain plasma for more than a minute? Find out what authorities have to say
Air Pollution In Europe Causes 467,000 Deaths Every Year
Many people are threatened by air pollution. A recent study shows that air pollution in Europe causes 467,000 deaths per year, making it a major environmental concern.
Google Could Suffer The Same Fate As Microsoft With EU's Antitrust Charges
Google could eventually pay billions with EU’s three antitrust charges. This is the same as what happened to Microsoft.
Ireland Will Appeal The Apple Tax Bill Decision To An EU Court
Ireland disagrees with the European Commission's decision regarding Apple's $14.4 billion tax bill.
Does Exclusion Targeting Or Facebook's Ad Option Discriminate?
Online users may continue to face issues of online privacy and discrimination.
The issue with online privacy and protection of user's data are being addressed.
Google Has Been Granted Another Week To Respond To EU's AdSense Complaint
Google needs more time to build a good defense. The European Commission has granted them another extension on one of EU's complaints.
European Commission To Secure The Internet Community
The Internet of Things is an important initiative- yet it comes with a lot of problems.
Google Faces Large EU Fine Over Anti-Competitive Practices
The European Union may fine Google's parent company Alphabet for breaking anti-trust laws.
EU Introduces New Copyright Rules That Can Change Internet Forever
The European Union introduces new internet copyright rules proposed by the European Commission.
Facebook protests in Saudi Arabia or offensive comments posted on social media in Grenada can land you in trouble
Saudi Arabia jailed seven men for protesting against the government on Facebook, even as Grenada has passed a law criminalizing offensive comments on social media networks.