Lawmakers Call For Better Facebook User Data Oversight
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.
A Neo-Nazi Politician Just Lost His Immunity and Faces 13 Years in Jail
Members of the European Parliament voted 658-24 to strip former Golden Dawn politician Ioannis Lagos of his immunity, paving the way for him to be extradited to Greece.
A Discreet Indian Firm is Running a Global Disinformation Campaign, Says Report
A Brussel-based nonprofit has unearthed a global network that used over 750 fake media outlets to push anti-Pakistan and anti-China content.
'What Is Tradition? Just Peer Pressure from Dead People' – A Catch-Up with Magid Magid
The Green Party politician is into his second week as an MEP.
The Politician Fighting The Spyware Industry
Outgoing Dutch member of European Parliament Marietje Schaake tells us why spyware is as dangerous as an AK-47, but regulated less.
GamerGate Politician ‘Sargon of Akkad’ Loses Election Bid
It was part of an overwhelming loss for the party he represented, UKIP.
What Is Milkshaking?: Far-Righters Are Getting the Cold Shoulder in Britain
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage was the latest target.
EU Passes Controversial Copyright Law With ‘Link Taxes’
Lawmakers exempted non-commercial and smaller platforms from the directive, but opponents of the law still worry that it will lead to greater censorship on the internet.
EU Votes Down Internet-Wrecking Copyright Proposal
Massive backlash drives the controversial measure back to the drawing board
The European Parliament Wants Europeans to Have the Right to Repair
It might soon be easier for Europeans to fix their own electronics.
We Spoke to the Spanish MEP Who Publicly Told Off Her Sexist Polish Colleague
Last week, Iratxe García made it clear she has no time for old Polish men telling the European Parliament that women "are weaker, smaller, and less intelligent."