INTERVIEW: Former European Commissioner Viviane Reding from Luxembourg sat down with In-House Legal to discuss Brexit, data protection and gender equality.
The technology could have far-reaching effects across the World, leading politicians to race to the top
The investigation into Elon Musk’s Twitter use reminds us of the impact that social media can wield.
With 348 voting in favour, 274 voting against and 36 abstaining, the much-discussed EU Copyright Directive has finally been approved by the European Parliament.
The adoption establishes the first EU-wide certification scheme to ensure that cybersecurity standards are met.
The order by the Federal Cartel Office might have far-reaching effects in how Facebook manages its operations in Europe
With the European Parliament elections on the horizon, 2019 will be full of challenges to overcome for the European Union.
With the enactment of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) last May, data protection does not only move from a directive to a regulation but also from low (or no) fines to high fines.
Two world-wide cyberattacks and a comprehensive EU-wide data protection regulation have led companies to extensively revise their data handling methods. However, if businesses solely