Andrus Ansip

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A recent survey by PwC suggested at least 80 per cent of European companies had experienced at least one cybersecurity incident over the last year and that the number of security incidents across all industries worldwide rose by 38 per cent in 2015.

A public-private partnership between industry and the European Commission is expected to generate €1.8 billion in investment in cybersecurity initiati(...)

Less than 10 years ago, making a four-minute call to Ireland while on a trip to Paris would have cost an Irish consumer as much as €5, while someone in Malta would have had to pay €9.76 for a call of the same length. File photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

The cost of roaming across the European Union will fall significantly from midnight on Friday as an interim charging cap comes into effect ahead of a (...)

The European Commission has announced a framework to replace the Safe Harbour data-transfer arrangement.

The US has guaranteed it will not engage in “indiscriminate mass-surveillance” of European citizens under a deal struck to ensure the protection of pe(...)

Consumers with subscriptions to online services in one Member State would be able to use them when overseas, the EU says

The European Commission has announced proposals to make it easier for consumers to use their online subscriptions to services such as Netflix and Sky (...)

A young woman in Halloween costume speaks on her phone. A complete ban on roaming charges in the EU will take effect on June 15th, 2017. Photograph: Franck Robichon/EPA

Roaming charges are finally to be banned across the EU but mobile phone users will have to wait until the middle of June 2017 before they can use thei(...)

Photo  of an iPad showing the Google search engine home page. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

The European Commission has promised consumers better choice and access to digital content and goods from other EU countries as it unveiled a proposal(...)

The inquiry will seek to address concerns of European business and politicians about the dominance of US tech giants and whether there is a level playing field for European firms

Internet platforms such as Google, Microsoft and Yahoo! will be the subject of a widespread inquiry by European regulators to determine whether they a(...)

 Google: grappling with a range of legal issues in Europe

The man behind the European Parliament’s bid to rein in search engines says he’s not out to bash Google Inc. Andreas Schwab, a member of German chance(...)

Phil Hogan: all set for his role as EU agriculture commissioner. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

Jean-Claude Juncker had promised “some surprises” when he announced the allocation of commission portfolios yesterday. He did not disappoint. The appo(...)

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