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1921: new post   E.U. Browser Antitrust With MS IE Barely Makes a Dent
"Six months into the process, the initiative appears to be having only a minor influence on consumers, prompting a renewed debate about the effectiveness of such antitrust remedies."
Microsoft CorporateOct 12, 2010
1922: new post   E.U. Charges Google For Abusing its Monopoly on Android OS
E.U. has charged Google over its dominance and imposing restrictions on Android OS device manufacturers.
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesApr 20, 2016
1923: new post   E.U. Commissioner Makes Clear, Do-Not-Track Must Be 'Rich and Meaningful'
"Standardisation work is not going according to plan. In fact, I am increasingly concerned,"
EcommerceOct 11, 2012
1924: new post   E.U. Considering a Tax on Google Showing Snippets
The E.U. is considering a snippets tax on Google for what is described as "neighbouring rights" to publishers.
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesMar 30, 2016
1925: new post   E.U. Could Fine Facebook 100.000 Euro Over Deleted User Data Archive
Schrems was shocked when he eventually received a CD from California containing messages and information he says he had deleted from his profile in the three years since he joined the site.
Facebook Marketing ForumOct 21, 2011
1926: new post   E.U. Court Adviser Backs Google's Right To Sell Ads For Brand Names
"LVMH's Louis Vuitton fashion brand and others have been fighting such advertising after makers of imitation products piggybacked on those brands in online searches to attract customers."
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesSept 22, 2009
1927: new post   E.U. Court Rejects ISP Illegal Content Filter
"This judgement is a victory for freedom of expression online. It draws a thick line in the sand that future copyright enforcement measures in the UK cannot cross.[br][br]"Invasive and general surveillance of users is unacceptable. This helps to nail down the limits of powers to curtail people's freedom to communicate online."
Content, Writing and CopyrightNov 24, 2011
1928: new post   E.U. Court Says Online Marketplaces Can Be Held Responsible Over Counterfeit Goods
Online shopping sites such as eBay may be liable for trademark infringements if they play an "active role" in promoting counterfeit goods, Europe's top court ruled today.
EcommerceJuly 12, 2011
1929: new post   E.U. Data Protection Regulators To Investigate Rule Violations Over Facebook's Facial Recognition Permissions
Facebook Inc. will be probed by European Union data-protection regulators over a feature that suggests people's names to tag in pictures without their permission.
FooJune 8, 2011
1930: new post   E.U. Debates Net Neutrality
"The U.S. companies see the outcome of the fight in Europe as key,"
Professional Webmaster Business IssuesMar 9, 2009
1931: new post   E.U. Directive on Privacy To Hit Facebook and Other Social Media Sites
...following concerns over the privacy implications of the practice, a new EC Directive, to be introduced in January, will ban such targeted advertising unless users specifically allow it.
Facebook Marketing ForumNov 28, 2011
1932: new post   E.U. Drafting New Regulations over Search Ranking Transparency
Amazon, Apple, Bing and Google are likely to come under new scrutiny...
FooMar 15, 2018
1933: new post   E.U. Ends "Geoblocking" of Ecommerce Across Member States
The E.U. has reached agreement whereby consumers can buy products and services from any online business in any E.U. country.
EcommerceNov 22, 2017
1934: new post   E.U. Fines Intel $1.45 Billion For Anti-Competitive Practices
"Such a serious and sustained violation of the EU's antitrust rules cannot be tolerated."
Webmaster HardwareMay 13, 2009
1935: new post   E.U. Fines Microsoft $731 Million Over IE Browser Choice
"We take full responsibility for the technical error that caused this problem and have apologised for it," a spokesman for Microsoft said following the announcement.
Microsoft CorporateMar 6, 2013
1936: new post   E.U. Gives Google January Deadline Over Antitrust
EU regulators said they would end their investigation into the allegations if Google came "forward with a detailed commitment text in January 2013".
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesDec 20, 2012
1937: new post   E.U. Opens Investigation Into Google Over Alleged Abuse Of Dominant Position
"The European Commission has decided to open an antitrust investigation into allegations that Google has abused a dominant position in online search,"
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesNov 30, 2010
1938: new post   E.U. Proposals For Ecommerce Payments Will Require Extra Security Checks
The European Union's "Payment Services Directive 2" proposal includes making consumers go through additional security measures.
EcommerceNov 22, 2016
1939: new post   E.U. Raises Privacy Concerns Over Google's Street View Maps
"The ability of Google Inc's map service to put detailed street-level images on the Internet could raise concerns in Europe if it was introduced there, the EU's data protection agency said on Thursday."
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesMay 15, 2008
1940: new post   E.U. Regulator Tells Google To Pause Privacy Changes
In a letter to Google's chief executive Larry Page, Europe's 'Data Protection Working Party' wrote that "we call for a pause in the interests of ensuring that there can be no misunderstanding about Google's commitments to information rights of their users and EU citizens, until we have completed our analysis".
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesFeb 3, 2012
1941: new post   E.U. Says, Travel Sites To Clean Up Their Act, or Face Legislation
EcommerceMay 8, 2008
1942: new post   E.U. Tells Google to Fix Privacy Policy: May Have Global Impact
Report: Google's controversial privacy policy is in breach of an E.U. law which requires companies to give an "opt-out" option.
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesOct 15, 2012
1943: new post   E.U. and U.S. Agree New Data Transfer Deal Replacing Safe Harbor
E.U. and the U.S. have come to an agreement for a new data transfer pact.
FooFeb 2, 2016
1944: new post   E.U.'s Tough, New, Data Protection Rules Proposed
The European Union will propose tough new rules in the coming days on how corporations handle Internet users' personal data, a long-awaited move that could have far-reaching implications for Web giants such as Google Inc and Facebook.
Webmaster GeneralJan 23, 2012
1945: new post   E.U.: Will Ad Prices Rise If Google DoubleClick Deal Goes Through
"If you currently use DoubleClick's ad serving technology, do you expect any changes in the service it offers (in price or quality) by DoubleClick after its acquisition by Google?"
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesJan 12, 2008
1946: new post   E=MC2 : Google Recruiting Bill Board on Highway 101
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesJuly 10, 2004
1947: new post   EBay Buy Fraud Services Company For $169 Million
"EBay Inc. said it's buying Fraud Sciences, a privately held Israeli online risk tool provider, for $169 million in cash."
EcommerceJan 28, 2008
1948: new post   EBay Open API For Merchants and Developers
"For the first time, eBay will feature third-party applications within Selling Manager, a tool that merchants use to manage their eBay listings, the company plans to announce Monday at its annual eBay Developers Conference in Chicago."
EcommerceJune 16, 2008
1949: new post   EBay Study Questions Advertising On Google
"Incremental revenue from paid search was far smaller than expected because existing customers would have come to eBay regardless, whether directly or through other marketing channels," said an eBay representative.
Google AdWordsMar 13, 2013
1950: new post   EBay To Overhaul Design To Aid How Shoppers Find and Buy Products
"As eBay Inc. prepares for a critical holiday shopping season, the company this week plans to unveil new elements of an overhaul in how shoppers find and buy products on its Web site."
EcommerceNov 1, 2010
1951: new post   EBay Took Craigslist Stake In Part To Block Google: exec
EcommerceDec 10, 2009
1952: new post   EBay to end "Live Auctions" December 31st 2008
"Live Auctions represent a throwback to traditional open outcry auctions by linking eBay users remotely to auctions moderated by live auctioneers, both in physical locations or online."
EcommerceApr 16, 2008
1953: new post   EBay, Facebook, Yahoo, Want An End To Viacom YouTube Lawsuit
"Yahoo! Inc., IAC/InterActiveCorp, EBay Inc. and Facebook Inc. urged a judge to dismiss Viacom Inc.'s copyright-infringement lawsuit against Google Inc.'s YouTube video-sharing website."
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesMay 27, 2010
1954: new post   ECMAScript Revision Announced - the first in ten years
The EMCA proposes new features for Javascript, JScript and actionscript. This would standardize new functions that are provided by individual browsers but not yet universally adopted.
JavaScript and AJAXApr 11, 2009
1955: new post   ECommerce: Avoiding Losses By Identifying Patterns Of Stolen Credit Cards
"WebmasterWorld members help to identify unusual patterns of activity over stolen credit cards."
EcommerceJan 16, 2010
1956: new post   ECommerce: How To Cut Credit Card Fraud
"WebmasterWorld Members discuss tips and ideas to help reduce credit card fraud on ecommerce sites."
EcommerceJune 18, 2010
1957: new post   ECommerce: Improving Fraud Prevention When Customers Use Free e-mail Services
"Methods to prevent fraudulent orders when customers use a free, expendable e-mail service."
EcommerceMar 20, 2010
1958: new post   ECommerce: Offering Free Shipping in an Era of Rising Transport Costs
"WebmasterWorld members discuss the issue of increasing shipping costs, and how this increase is passed on."
EcommerceMar 22, 2010
1959: new post   EFF Privacy Group Seeks Federal Probe Of AOL
"A privacy group has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate AOL for publishing on the Web search phrases and words used by 658,000 subscribers during a three-month period."
Webmaster GeneralAug 17, 2006
1960: new post   EFF Sues US Government over Copyright Law
The EFF is suing the US Government over onerous copyright provisions of copyright law that violate the First Amendment.
Content, Writing and CopyrightJuly 22, 2016
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