Verizon - which is buying Yahoo's core internet business - has cut the purchase price to reflect the financial impact of two massive cyber attacks.
A new online video campaign designed to raise awareness about the issue of pay equality in New Zealand hit the internet on February 15.
Facebook is launching an app for smart TVs so the social network's users can watch its videos on a bigger screen.
European Commission agrees new portability rules to end 'geo-blocking' so Europeans travelling within the EU will be able to access digital content.
Paris court rules against CNAFC in its case against Gleeden.
Mobile messaging service Snapchat has started a marketing campaign to convince investors to buy its shares when they go on sale in March.
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In this edition of Insiders, we explore online privacy and data protection in Europe
Silkie Carlo is a policy officer for Liberty, the National Council for Civil Liberties in the UK. One of many NGOs campaigning against the Investigatory Powers Act. She tells Valerie Gauriat why her o
David Anderson is the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation in the United Kingdom. He is the author of the Bulk Powers Review, which analyses the operational case of bulk collection of data,
Adrian Kennard is the Director of Andrews & Arnold, a british Internet Service Provider. He tells Valerie Gauriat of the industry's concerns over the Investigatory Powers Act, it deems not only intru
Tim Dawson is the President of the UK's National Union of "Journalists":http://www.pressgazette.co.uk/journalists-urged-to-voice-their-concerns-over-draft-laws-which-threaten-sources-and-photographers
Euronews anchor Sophie Claudet speaks with MEP Jan Philipp Albrecht about data protection rights and responsibilities in Europe.
Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial to buy US money-transfer company MoneyGram in what could be a game-changer for the international payments industry.
Perhaps you don't like details from your private life appearing on search engine results? Don't worry: you can take control of your web presence and protect your privacy.
UK has just legalised the most extreme surveillance in the history of western democracy.
Redheads, the butt of frequent teasing in some parts of the world, might not be the first group you’d think would complain about a lack of recognition.
The White House website has undergone a radical overhaul since Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday, with pages devoted to fighting climate change and defending LGBT rights notable…
Genderless Nipples aims to topple 'sexist' social media censorship by challenging people to guess the difference between male and female teats.
Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond which did not make the international…
Online retailer Amazon has revealed plans to hire an additional 100,000 full-time workers in the United States over the next 18 months.
Yahoo, set to become holding company, will change its name to Altaba as CEO Marissa Mayer leaves slimmed down board.
The end of the working week in France heralded a minor milestone for workers.
Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond which did not reach the international…
The world's largest container shipping line Maersk has teamed up with the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba to cut out freight forwarders.
Some 2,000 Cuban households are getting to grips with free Internet access as part of a government-run pilot scheme in downtown Havana.