In a bid to regulate the social media marketing industry, the UAE has made licenses for commercialised influencers mandatory.
The General Data Protection Regulation has shaped the way companies handle the personal data of EU citizens since 2018. Some are still adapting to the rules though. Learn more by watching The Brief from Brussels.
"When people found out I was behind Stalingagulag there were millions of comments. How can you use profanities? Like, if you’re in a wheelchair, you can't do anything, you just have to pray, ask for someone's help and look at the world from the window of your apartment."
The European Parliament has voted in favour of proposals that will compel websites to take down terrorist content within one hour
The UAE hosted its second annual Future Blockchain Summit, gathering together thousands of technology industry experts, government bodies and international companies.
Hackers today are capable of stealing your bank details in seconds by simply holding your debit card to their phone.
Raw Politics host Tesa Arcilla discusses the controversial copyright reform vote with Tuesday night's panel.
Supporters say changes will protect content creators, while Google claims they will EU's creative and digital economies
Platforms will be forced to pay publishers for news snippets and filter out protected content.
Ahead of Tuesday's controversial copyright reform vote, German MEPs debated the issue on Raw Politics.
It has been lauded by Paul McCartney and criticised by Wyclef Jean - But after two years of wrangling, the European Parliament will vote today on controversial copyright reforms.
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The law was designed to prevent children from accessing pornographic content but some fear it would worsen the issue.
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Russian lawmakers voted on Tuesday to experiment with shutting off the country's internet from the rest of the world.
People go to the polls against a backdrop of profound changes
In this edition, we hear how the EU Commission is working with social media giants to stamp out online hate speech and we find out about a Polish mayor who wants to bring more positive energy to politics with a new political party called Spring.
We bring you our weekly round-up of the View opinion articles that have been driving debate across Europe and beyond over the last seven days.
Everything you hate about online culture is created and maintained by other people.
The governments of several African countries are using Internet shutdowns more and more to control what people say or do online. How can regular citizens defend themselves?
Wikipedia founder issues warning on fake news around votes.
Opposing the will of the people is 'neither right, nor legal, nor legitimate,' says Iranian president
Russia's Duma is set to vote on two new bills that bolster penalties handed down to those who are involved in the spread of fake news
Online hate must be combatted, and will is not enough – we must ensure the tools we are using are as optimal as they can be. Failure on either front will mean those who spread hate online win.