Facebook said around 790,000 accounts follow one or more of the pages, and $135,000 was spent on ads,
From Banks to Uber, Data Flows Are at Risk Without Brexit Pact
Uber Calls on Europe to Step Up Investment in Public Transport
The rise of automation has so far had a negligible impact on jobs at a global scale, the World Bank chief economist said.
EU Investigating Report of Massive Hacking on Diplomatic Cables
EU Presses for Ethical AI With New Guidelines for Companies
Brussels Edition: Ethical Robots
Google aims to move into the new Hudson buildings by 2020 and the Washington Street location by 2022.
Europe’s Tech Scene Has a Diversity Problem Says Atomico
NATO Readies for Cyber Threats With Wargames on Russian Doorstep
Chinese Takeover of European Tech Assets Set for Greater Scrutiny
European Startups Call for Stock Option Fix to Compete With U.S.
New EU rules since May 25 have increased the pressure on U.S. tech giants like Google, Facebook Inc. over privacy shortcomings.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty calls for rules targeted at ‘consumer-facing’ companies.
Brexit Data Talks Have Come a Long Way Since Protection Warning
Google will roll out new policies in Europe to provide more transparency around political ads, ahead of EU elections in spring.
U.K. to Abide by EU Data Protection Laws After Brexit
ASML Raises 2020 Revenue Guidance as Chip Gear Maker Grows
Beyond U.K., Google, Facebook, Amazon Confront a Rising Tax Tide
Cook has previously criticised Google, Facebook for basing their business models on using personal information for advertising.
Brussels Edition: Apple Day