UK policy makers have proposed an amendment to the Financial Services and Markets Bill to recognize cryptocurrencies as regulated financial instruments and products in the country.
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The UK government is introducing its Online Safety Bill before parliament today for its first reading. MPs will be able to debate on the wide-ranging legislation that could bring age checks for porn.
A committee of UK MPs has called on the government to lay out more details about its plans to connect 85% of premises to gigabit broadband by the year 2025 after it climbed down on previous plans.
MEP Guy Verhofstadt says that in September, he will push the European Parliament towards taking measures against Russian disinformation campaigns over social media and the internet.
It appears that the Ugandan government has found a way to prevent its citizens from excessively using social media. The country has passed a law which imposes a daily tax on social media users.
Facebook has announced that Mark Zuckerberg will not attend the committee hearing regarding Cambridge Analytica's misuse of user data obtained from Facebook. The company will send its CTO or CPO.
The Pirate Party in Czechia has won 22 of the 200 seats in the country's national parliament. If everything goes their way, they'll be heading up the opposition in the country very soon.
After a similar recommendation failed to progress almost 20 years ago, a Lower House committee of Australian Parliament has dusted off a proposal to allow MPs to cast votes using smart cards.
Russia is the prime suspect in what looks like a state-sponsored cyber attack upon the German parliament. The Bundestag's network was compromised and data was transferred outside of the country.
Google News will be shutting down in Spain in less than a week, ahead of the reform in tax laws due in January. The company won't integrate Spanish publishers in its news feed due to this tax as well.
Amid a number of antitrust complaints, the European Parliament has voted on a proposal that would see Google's search services spun-off into a separate company, away from the company's other products.
In a statement released earlier today, BT denied claims that its upcoming Content Connect service contradicts its position of supporting net neutrality. Envisioned as an opportunity for content providers to strike up deals with ISPs...
Earlier this month the UK passed the Digital Economy Bill, as a side effect anonymizer services has seen an increase in customers. Part of the bill requires the ISPs to put in speed blocks, bandwidth shaping,...
Young people will soon be able to get a taste of what it is like to be a "MP for a Week", as the Parliament Education Service releases their own computer game. Commons speaker, John...
A proposed law intended to bring together the software patent rules of 25 countries in the European Union has been criticized by the European Parliament, which threw out the proposal and demanded that the decision-making...
(IDG) -- The European Parliament Wednesday adopted a report that says the global electronic-surveillance network known as "Echelon" does exist. Some 367 members of the European Parliament voted to support the report, which...