Right to Repair
Protesters Are Slowly Winning Electronics Right-to-Repair Battles in Europe
Activists brought a busted refrigerator to a protest and successfully agitated for their right to repair.
The EU Can Still Be Saved From Its Internet-Wrecking Copyright Plan
Public pressure, legal challenges could minimize the damage.
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.
Europe Wants to Devastate Forests to Double Its 'Renewable' Energy
A plan recently finalized by the European Union would classify wood burned for fuel as a carbon neutral energy source, when it’s anything but.
The EU Could Vote to Wreck the Internet Tomorrow
Link taxes and mandatory copyright filters are still points of contention.
The Teenager Fighting Against Child Marriage in Bangladesh
Though her mother threatened to kill herself if she didn't marry at 13, Meghla managed to get out of it. Now, she helps to prevent other child marriages from happening.
EU Votes Down Internet-Wrecking Copyright Proposal
Massive backlash drives the controversial measure back to the drawing board
Europe's New Copyright Rules Are Like YouTube's Content ID System—for the Entire Internet
The European Union wants to take the upload filters that make no one happy and apply them to all content on the internet.
Europe's New Copyright Rules Will Be Devastating to the Internet as We Know It
Get ready for a world of "link taxes" and copyright complaints over memes.
Twitter Is Banning Anyone Whose Date of Birth Says They Joined Before They Were 13
According to the company, it can't separate content posted before and after the age of 13.
Here Are Some of the Worst Attempts At Complying with GDPR
Owen Williams, a freelance developer, has been collecting the more embarrassing, silly, and downright lame attempts companies are making to comply with Europe's General Data Protection Regulation.
Mark Zuckerberg Escapes Unscathed From European Parliamentary Questioning
Yet again, Facebook’s CEO avoided publicly answering tough questions from lawmakers.