You can blame both Brexit and coronavirus.
Privacy activists argue the act is emblematic of a rhetorical shift by European officials that increasingly positions data as an untapped commodity.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell can be heard asking journalist Daniël Verlaan if he knows he is "jumping into a secret conference."
It’s called The Digital Services Act, and some experts believe that it has the potential to change the internet forever.
Many EU citizens in the UK aren't even aware of the bureaucratic hoops they need to jump through to stay in the country post-Brexit.
The manufacturer is trialling the drug on 50,000 people worldwide, and says it could have enough data to submit the potential vaccine to regulators by October.
With weeks of disagreements to work through, Luxembourg's Prime Minister said he's brought a spare shirt with him in case an extra day of deliberations is needed.
Across Europe, counting Black lives is taboo or even considered illegal, making it hard to respond effectively to the COVID-19 pandemic and racial discrimination.
But don't all move to Northern Ireland at once.
A report alleges a corrupt scheme is letting people skip the queue and any legal requirements for Romanian and EU citizenship.