The hack was launched just one hour before Russia invaded Ukraine, according to the European Union.
After a Motherboard article showed that Facebook struggles to track what it does with user data, European and American lawmakers are calling for closer oversight.
The English translator was the second in recent days to break down during a defiant Zelenskyy speech.
Belgium is enshrining a “right to disconnect” for civil servants.
It's 40 kilometres long, five metres tall, and a people smuggler told VICE World News that won't make much of a difference anyway.
Critics accused the French leader of heartlessness after he reacted to the crisis in Afghanistan by raising concerns about France's “security”.
I rejected cookies for three days straight, and learned that while websites might say they "value your privacy", there are darker motives at play.
Controversial laws condemned by other European countries will now be put to a national vote, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said.
A new EU proposal aims to force service providers to collect information on customer accounts, sparking a furor of concern and misunderstanding.
Frontline staff at a domestic abuse charity say many women are unaware of the settled status deadline or don’t have the adequate language skills to apply.
The move has provoked criticism from both the EU and human rights bodies, who say it could affect the welfare of those seeking asylum.