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UK to force Google and social media to crack down on online scams
The UK wants platforms such as Google, Facebook and Twitter to do more to protect users from online scams - or face hefty fines
Woman finds bedbugs in UK hotel: How to avoid infested accommodation
After a woman found a bedbug in a branch of the UK's largest independent hotel brand, here's what to look out for.
How to beat inflation: Top tips on living with rising living costs
Rising inflation is proving to be a jolt to everyone's spending. It's difficult to know how to make money stretch, but here are some top tips to help.
Social policy will be key to EU's green transition | View
The EU must combine people-focused initiatives with climate policy to ensure a fair transition to climate neutrality, argue the heads of the International and European Trade Union Confederations, Sharan Burrow and Luca Visentini.
MEPs aim to curb market dominance of Big Tech in Europe
The legislation is intended to make it easier for new players to enter the market more easily.
Online marketplaces have it too easy. It’s time the EU acts | View
Online marketplaces often escape any responsibility for unsafe products and other illegal activities, leaving consumers to pick up the pieces. An important vote in the European Parliament could change that, writes the European Consumer Organisation's Ursula Pachl.
Which airlines are committing to help passengers get compensation?
Sixteen major airlines have committed to improving compensation rights for passengers whose flights were cancelled due to the pandemic.
EU accuses Volkswagen of 'playing for time' over Dieselgate scandal
"Six years ago ‘Dieselgate' broke. Up until now, not all consumers have been compensated," said EU Commissioner Didier Reynders.
Here's how the iPhone 13 makes you pay €300 for Apple screen repair
A teardown of the new device found that Face ID stops working if anyone other than Apple replaces the screen, and it's all down to something called "part pairing".
Could halloumi be a diplomatic driving force in Cyprus?
Halloumi cheese in Cyprus is being given a Protected Designation of Origin label from the European Union, but this is causing diplomatic and economical challenges. We take a look at how this cheese may or may not be a unifying factor on the island.
EU court backs Champagne makers in 'champanillo' name protection case
The Luxembourg-based Court of Justice said it is up to the Barcelona Provincial Court, which had requested the ECJ to interpret EU law, to decide on the matter. But it made clear that protective designations of origins cover “both products and services.”
Tesla's self-driving subscription frustrates its early customers
The EV maker partly rolled back a decision to charge over €1,000 for an upgrade that some buyers claim their cars should have included anyway.
EU rules on product safety set for digital-era upgrade
To avoid children’s dolls being hacked or phone chargers catching fire, the EU is pitching a revamp of its product safety rules.
Italian court upholds €3.7m Viagogo fine for ticket touting
The Regional Administrative Court of Lazio has upheld a 2020 ruling brought by Italian Communications Regulatory Authority AGCOM fining Viagogo for listing tickets above face value.
EU's new energy labels aim to cut consumer confusion
New energy labels began to roll out Monday, with the aim of helping consumers buy greener products and to simplify this choice.
What's the catch to the EU's fishing policies?
How is the EU making sure that fish and seafood are caught in a sustainable way that protects the marine environment? Let's take a look at initiatives helping with traceability, quality and lowering illegal fishing.
Sea to plate: how the EU is stopping any fishy business in our oceans
How much do we know about the fish we eat? Find out more about the complex journey fish take to get to your plate and how the EU is ensuring its quality and safety on this edition of Ocean.
Woke-washing: How fast fashion brands use social issues for sales
“People shop with their values now - but brands haven’t changed theirs.”
ECJ 'makes it easier' to get compensation for Dieselgate scandal
This is seen as a victory for consumers because it is likely easier to sue in one's own country rather than having to do it in Germany.
EU starts legal action over cancelled flights compensation
The European Commission says too many passengers whose flights were cancelled amid the COVID-19 pandemic have not been refunded on time or have been offered only vouchers, in violation of EU rules.
COVID-19: Airlines under fire over cheap tickets for cancelled flights
A consumer group says that airlines are selling tickets to flights that are cancelled just days later in an effort to make cash.
'Consumers are not banks': EU states told to do more on flight refunds
"Of course the airlines have a cash flow crisis, but it’s probably nothing compared to the cash flow crisis being faced by many households," one of the authors of the EU’s air passenger rights law tells Euronews.
Expensive medicines with doubtful benefits can be history – here is how ǀ View
A new EU law can help ensure that public money is channelled to best-in-class medicines. But only if member states stop dragging their feet.
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MEPs urge EU to adopt common phone charger standard across the bloc
MEPs voted a resolution on Wednesday asking the EU Commission to adopt a common mobile phone charger standard across the bloc, despite Apple's opposition to the measure.
The affordable French skincare rated crème de la crème in 2020
Cattier, l'Arbre Vert, la Roche Posay and others receive the highest rating on leading sustainability and health app Yuka.
Maximum price introduced for international EU calls
The EU have priced the cap of international calls within the EU following a series of legislative changes to strengthen electronic communication within the EU. Personal calls abroad will be capped at 19 cents per minute, with SMS messages capped at 6 cents per SMS.