Warsaw and EU wage no-win battle over rule of law

Warsaw and EU wage no-win battle over rule of law

Press Play to listen to this article There is a dirty, not-so-secret truth about the EU’s fight with Poland over the rule of law that … Read more

Ireland’s Facebook decision triggers argument over privacy

Ireland’s Facebook decision triggers argument over privacy

EU officials are preparing for a battle over how much leeway companies should have in processing personal data after activists reject a decision by the … Read more

West eyes China's playbook as Big Tech revs up finance ambitions

West eyes China's playbook as Big Tech revs up finance ambitions

Press Play to listen to this article As big tech digs deeper into financial markets, Western policymakers look for an unlikely regulatory guide: China. It … Read more

China’s cameras face fresh scrutiny in Europe

China’s cameras face fresh scrutiny in Europe

Press Play to listen to this article Surveillance technology company Hikvision has been criticized for a new vulnerability in its products, adding to concerns that … Read more

Washington says a trans-Atlantic data deal is close. Brussels disagrees.

Washington says a trans-Atlantic data deal is close. Brussels disagrees.

Press Play to listen to this article Are the US and the European Union about to sign a new agreement on transatlantic data flows? It … Read more

Pfizer to seek U.S. vaccine approval for children ages 6 months and up

Pfizer to seek U.S. vaccine approval for children ages 6 months and up

Pfizer and BioNTech anticipate filing with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for approval of their coronavirus vaccine for use in children between the … Read more