Italy is leading the fight against AI—and could prompt EU-wide action
But people aren't happy about its ChatGPT ban.
On Apr 24, 2023 by Simone Fontana, Anna Toniolo
Could Europe’s new laws rein in Elon Musk’s chaotic vision of free speech on Twitter?
Twitter is global, and Elon Musk needs to factor that into his decisions.
On Apr 29, 2022 by Jonathan Keane
Meta hit with $18 million fine for a dozen violations of Europe’s GDPR
Meta argues that the issue stems from its record keeping practices and not the loss of user data.
On Mar 16, 2022 by Mikael Thalen
Facebook says it doesn’t think the government should break up Facebook
He's reportedly going to try and push his regulation ideas in Washington.
On Apr 1, 2019 by Andrew Wyrich
Privacy group files complaints against Netlifx, Spotify for GDPR violations
Eight major companies accused by advocacy group of violating the EU's privacy rules
On Jan 18, 2019 by Mikael Thalen
Twitter is retroactively suspending users who signed up when they were underage
It's reportedly looking for a more permanent solution.
On May 31, 2018 by Phillip Tracy
Facebook is tricking users into signing its new terms of service, lawsuit alleges (updated)
The social giant may be in violation of the GDPR.
On May 30, 2018 by Phillip Tracy
Facebook, Google facing mammoth lawsuits after one day of GDPR
The privacy rules are causing headaches for European users and tech companies.
On May 25, 2018 by Christina Bonnington
Major U.S. newspapers shut down in Europe as GDPR goes into effect
On May 25, 2018 by Phillip Tracy
‘Last Jedi’ director Rian Johnson just made the best GDPR meme
As GDPR launches, everyone's making data protection zingers.
On May 25, 2018 by Tess Cagle