Belnet said 200 of their customers were affected, including universities, public administrations, and research institutes.
"There is nothing in our European rules recognising the special role of the media as one of the pillars of democracy."
Clashes as revelers break rules to party in Brussels
Brussels considers that Apple breaches EU competition law because it charges high commission fees on rivals on the App store.
Brussels police have confirmed they are investigating the incident.
"The list of exceptions to the already narrow prohibition leaves ample room for the use of biometric technologies to watch and monitor us," writes Sarah Chander at European Digital Rights.
The Balkan Trafik Festival is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year with a COVID-safe digital programme.
The European Medicines Agency said the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine could potentially cause rare blood clots and Commission President von der Leyen got sidelined in Ankara. Here's a look at two key stories making the news in Brussels this week.
Spanish MEP Adrián Vázquez Lázara has told Euronews that Mediterranean products like olive oil should be left out of plans to introduce a mandatory food labelling system, designed to inform consumers of healthier choices.
Belgians woke up on Tuesday to a dusting of snow in the capital in an unusual weather event for this time of the year
Belgian police clashed with a large crowd Thursday in one of Brussels’ biggest parks after thousands of revellers gathered for an unauthorized event despite coronavirus restrictions.
European leaders will hold a videoconference Thursday where the vaccine rollout and the transatlantic relationship will be just some of the issues discussed.