In a rare coup by government for private business, HM Revenue and Customs has nabbed the current Vodafone CIO to take up the same role at the U.K.'s tax office.
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A leaked action plan seen by Reuters suggests an impending crackdown in tax avoidance by Western governments on major technology firms, which seek to lower their tax bills through less-than-ideal — albeit legal — methods.
Three committees of MEPs have voted to reject the contentious anti-piracy agreement, in the strongest signal yet that ACTA will fail to gain ratification when it goes to the full European Parliament
After it emerged that Google paid roughly 1.5 percent tax last year in the U.K (the average household pays 10-20 percent), the search giant could be pulled up in front of Parliament to face questions.
In a brave move, the vast majority of mobile phone manufacturers in Europe have signed an agreement which sees future mobile phones across a variety of brands and models all sharing the same charger port - the micro-USB. This means every phone you will find in Europe, starting next year apparently, will be fitted with the same charging port and be compatible with any charger.
Exclusive: One prominent member of the European Parliament describes how the Commission is effectively in denial over the reach of U.S. law on European citizens.
The European Commission has announced the Data Protection Regulation, which will govern the data and privacy laws of Europe's 27 member states. Here's what you need to know.
With the draft European data protection regulation announced, it won't just affect the 500 million Europeans. U.S. companies with European users should also take heed.
European antitrust authorities will not decide Google's fate until after the Easter vacation, on April 10 or beyond, as pressure mounts on the regulator for a snappy decision.
In protest of the U.K. government's threats against Ecuador's London embassy, Anonymous launched an attack against one prominent U.K. government ministry.