Today, the European Parliament will be voting on a new legislation by the European Commission to standardize USB-C charging across most devices. If it becomes law, OEMs will have two years to comply.
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Facebook has announced concrete steps that it is taking to do its part in the protection of the upcoming European Union elections which are scheduled to take place between 23 - 26 May.
MEPs have voted in favour of a controversial copyright package which could see the web hindered by content filters. The law was passed by 348 MEPs to 278, and will be implemented by 2021.
Twitter has announced that political advertisers in the EU, India, and Australia will have to become verified through a process before they can publish ads. Rules come into effect on March 11th.
Over four million signatures have been delivered to the European Union with the aim of telling the body that lots of people are opposed to Article 13 of the new copyright directive.
The European Parliament has approved new rules that would impose a thirty per cent European content quota on the likes of Amazon and Netflix. Do not worry yet though, it may not become law.
The European Parliament has approved a new piece of copyright legislation which could affect the distribution of memes online. It also includes a so-called link tax that targets Google and others.
The proposed changes to the EU copyright law which endangered memes and other remixes has been rejected by the EU Parliament. The amendments will be re-drafted, and another vote is due in September.
A highly criticised amendment to the European Union copyright law, which targets memes and other remixes, has been passed by a committee of MEPs and will now go to parliament for a vote in July.
The Estonian government is asking other EU member states for feedback on how long telecoms companies should be able to lease wireless spectrum. It has ditched the EC's 25-year suggestion.
The legislative body of the European Union has published a report in which mass surveillance is decried as a threat to basic human rights. As a result the EU is proposing even more surveillance.