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Uh oh! Facebook accused of breaching EU Privacy laws!
  • Gardere
  • European Union
  • February 12 2016

Reuters reported that the “French data protection authority on Monday gave Facebook three months to stop tracking non-users’ web activity without


Will antitrust laws limit the Frightful 5 who dominate digital life?
  • Gardere
  • European Union
  • January 22 2016

The New York Times identified Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft as the "undisputed rulers of the consumer technology industry" in a


Guest blog: Snowden’s disclosures upend EU-US privacy Safe Harbor laws
  • Gardere
  • European Union, USA
  • October 9 2015

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled in the case of Schrems vs. Data Protection Commissioner that the access enjoyed by the US intelligence


EU laws may change Google’s power
  • Gardere
  • European Union
  • September 1 2015

Under new publishing rules the EU is consider "Google may eventually have to pay newspaper and magazine groups whenever links to their content are


EU demands that Google’s ‘right to be forgotten’ to be worldwide searches, not just in the EU
  • Gardere
  • European Union
  • July 31 2015

Google is fighting a June 2015 order from the French CNIL (Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés) that ordered Google to


EU Court rules that website is liable for anonymous comments
  • Gardere
  • European Union
  • June 19 2015

In spite of the fact that Estonian news site Delfi took down anonymous offensive and "allegedly defamatory" comments from its readers, the European


Facebook privacy settings challenged in the EU
  • Gardere
  • European Union
  • May 26 2015

Facebook complained that it "doesn't make sense that 28 regulators should make different interpretations of the same law" reported by the New York


Google’s 92 of the search engine market in the EU because it’s the best search engine? Or anticompetitive?
  • Gardere
  • European Union
  • April 17 2015

Since 1992 Pew Research has reported that more than 90 of adults use search engines daily, but it is likely because the users like the search


How will Google respond to renewed antitrust claims in the EU & US?
  • Gardere
  • European Union, USA
  • March 27 2015

Estimates are that Google controls 90 of the search engine market in the EU so it is no surprise about a recent report that the "EU's antitrust


Google search results protected by the First Amendment
  • Gardere
  • European Union, USA
  • December 2 2014

A Judge agreed with Google that "search results were protected by the First Amendment and could not be penalized" in spite of claims that Google