Frustrated that the price shown on Airbnb isn't the one you end up paying? This is going to change from next year in the EU
New data protection rules come into force on May 25. They have been billed as the biggest shake-up of data privacy laws since the birth of the web.
MEPs back draft law which aims to harmonise protection of online and in-store purchases
The EU's new law banning geo-blocking for e-commerce is perhaps one of the most important steps towards a true single market for consumers, writes the European Consumer Organisation's Agustín Reyna.
The UK's Civil Aviation Authority is taking action against the low-cost carrier for "persistently misleading" customers about their rights following thousands of flight cancellations.
Complaints against low-cost carrier mount after flight cancellations
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The European Commission looks out for passengers, as Ryanair cancels flights; Brexit talks stall, with
Best Buy said offering cases of bottle water for inflated prices was an isolated incident.
Major German carmakers including Volkswagon and Daimler are facing allegations they worked together to fix the price of diesel emission treatment systems in breach of EU cartel rules.
On the fourth of July, the US celebrates Independence Day, just as many other countries do their own national days – with fireworks.
But the US is
The EU says it for abusing its dominant position to manipulate search engine results for its own benefit.
The US Federal Trade Commission warns celebrities and influencers over Instagram posts that don't reveal they have been paid to promote products.
Could it be a sign of thawing business ties between Moscow and Brussels?
Euronews anchor Sophie Claudet speaks with MEP Jan Philipp Albrecht about data protection rights and responsibilities in Europe.
A replacement model of the fire-prone Samsung Note 7 smartphone began smoking inside a US plane on Wednesday.
The European Commission has withdrawn proposals that would limit next year’s abolition of mobile roaming charges, after criticism that the rules should go further to favour…
What does China think about reform, protectionism, the G20 and its role in the world?
Volkswagen has reportedly agreed to fork out more than one billion euros, to compensate its 650 dealers in the US for losses from the diesel emissions…
Farmers need to control weeds to ensure good harvests, but are they poisoning us in the process? And are we letting companies put dangerous products that may cause cancer into our food and cosmetics?
Whether they are bought from the chemist or the supermarket, and whether or not they feature the mention “hypoallergenic,” “paraben free” or “dermatologically tested,” many cosmetics contain chemical
Is glyphosate dangerous or not?
The shock of discovering a surprisingly inflated mobile phone bill after travelling abroad within the EU should be a thing of the past from now on
The ongoing battle between the FBI and Apple over access to iPhone data of a terrorist, came before Congress on Tuesday. At the hearing the chief of
This week on UTalk, a question from James in London: What are the benefits of the so-called sharing economy for consumers? Guillermo Beltrà, Head of
A British pharmaceuticals giant has been forced to pull a bestselling product from the shelves in Australia after a court order. Judges ruled Reckitt
This week on Utalk we answer a question from Sandra in Paris: “Eighteen months after the ratification of the right to be forgotten online by the