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The European Parliament voted to strengthen Europe's data protection laws on Monday, including plans to impose fines of up to 100mil euros (RM435.12mil) on companies such as Yahoo!, Facebook or Google if they break the rules.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - German and French accusations that the United States has run spying operations in their countries, including possibly bugging Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone, are likely to dominate an EU leaders' meeting starting on Thursday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel accused the United States of an unacceptable breach of trust on Thursday after allegations that the U.S. bugged her personal mobile phone, and she suggested data-sharing agreements with Washington may need revising.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel demanded on Thursday that the United States strike a "no-spying" agreement with Berlin and Paris by the end of the year, saying alleged espionage against two of Washington's closest EU allies had to be stopped.
PARIS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - As a diplomatic row rages between the United States and Europe over spying accusations, state-backed Deutsche Telekom wants German communications companies to cooperate to shield local internet traffic from foreign intelligence services.
The next time you walk into a shop, consider this: You may not be using your phone, but it is giving out a unique signal that the retailer may be monitoring.
Bricks and mortar retailers are playing catch-up with online stores, using increasingly sophisticated technology to improve staffing, layout and marketing.
The judge said that the plaintiffs had failed to show they had relied on any alleged company misrepresentations and that they had suffered harm.
CHANGHUA, Taiwan: Google Inc opened its first two data centres in Asia on Wednesday to cater to the world's fastest growing consumer technology markets, but the company has no plans to open one in China or India.