The European Union has an increasingly important role in setting policy around technology, from broadband to mobile to online privacy.
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When an earthquake hit the region around Pieve di Cento, the village became a symbol of the disaster. Now the area is showing other small towns left off telcos' fibre rollout plans how to make sure superfast broadband reaches them.
The new case comes just months after another report of the widespread theft of email credentials.
The Italian data watchdog has ruled that the company didn't do enough to let people know when Street View cars would be visiting their neighbourhood.
European politicians pass a net neutrality law that will bring fair access to bandwidth and content access across the 28 member states. And the law puts the US firmly in its place.
The Dutch parliament has voted in favour of legislation that will allow drone surveillance where public safety is at risk.
The merged mobile network would have to give up some of its spectrum, the country's telecoms regulator says.
A deal with a Spanish financial services company looks to be Nokia's largest enterprise win to date with Windows Phone.
Geographical expansion backed up with improved performance in high-demand areas such as airports and sporting venues, Vodafone says.
For the first time since Ofcom started collecting complaints statistics, BT has taken the top spot.
A French consumer group is taking action over the three companies' refusal to alter their terms and conditions on privacy - including sending French users to documents in English.
Apple has reached a deal with a Belgian consumer group that will see it forced to be clearer about what warranties they are entitled to by law and the extras that Cupertino offers.
Following its fibre pact with Orange and the recent acquisition of Ono, Vodafone is poised to begin selling fibre to the home services.
Italy's artists and creatives are hoping to have the levy charged on all blank storage increased, while consumers groups and hardware companies are opposed to what they see as an unfair tax. The battle rages on.
The auroracoin digital handout could give Icelanders a new currency to trade between each other, but the country's Central Bank has warned it would be illegal to use it to bypass the nation's strict rules on foreign exchange.
Orange has announced it's planning to build a small LTE-A test network in the Spanish city, after earlier tests delivered download speeds of 220Mbps.