European competition authorities have blocked an acquisition by Dutch travel company Booking as scrutiny on Big Tech companies heats up.
WhatsApp and Signal have threatened to shut down services in Britain if the Online Safety Bill includes restrictions that undermine encryption. The government is pushing it through anyway.
In his quest to watch every Nicolas Cage movie in chronological order, law professor and author Aaron Perzanowski confirmed that he owns nothing—and that you probably don’t, either.
An auto industry pact claims to end the controversy over car data that has embroiled repair shops, parts manufacturers, and car owners. But many doubts remain.
On his way to meeting US officials, the EU’s justice chief, Didier Reynders, tells WIRED the US must deliver on talk of tighter regulation on tech: “Enforcement is of the essence.”