The UK government should act immediately to deal with a "pandemic of misinformation" that poses an existential threat to our democracy and way of life, according to a report of the Lords' Committee on Democracy and Digital Technologies.
Published 29 June 2020
The French competition regulator has told Google to start paying media groups for displaying their content following a complaint made last year by Agence France Presse (AFP) and two press publishing syndicates.
Published 16 April 2020
A human rights lawyer from Germany who says that hackers in the Middle East are trying to unlawfully access his emails has launched proceedings against Google in the Irish courts.
Published 28 February 2020
The Data Protection Commission (DPC) in Ireland has launched statutory inquiries into practices at tech companies Google and Tinder.
Published 5 February 2020
A lack of real competition to tech giants Google and Facebook could mean people are already missing out on the next new idea from a potential rival, the Competition and Markets Authority has said in a new report.
Published 20 December 2019
Google is set to pay $11 million without admission of liability to settle claims from 227 people who say they were denied jobs with the search giant because of their age.
Published 23 July 2019
Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC) has opened a statutory inquiry into Google Ireland's processing of personal data.
Published 23 May 2019
The European Commission has imposed a €1.49 billion fine on search giant Google for breaching EU antitrust rules.
Published 21 March 2019
Advocate General Szpunar: Scope of the de-referencing obligation imposed on search engines should be limited
Advocate General Szpunar proposes that the Court of Justice of the European Union should limit the scope of the dereferencing that search engine operators are required to carry out to the EU.
Published 10 January 2019