At least 6 EU member states have shared personal communications data with NSA, declassified US intel reports & EU parliamentary documents show UK, Denmark, Netherlands, France, Germany, Spain & Italy have all had formal agreements to provide communications data to US. They state EU countries have had "second & third party status" under decades-old signal intelligence (Sigint) agreements compelling them to hand over data that in later years is believed to include mobile phone & internet data
EU countries will be able to stop kids under 16 from using social media without permission
EU countries will be able to stop kids under 16 from using social media without permission Lawmakers from the European Union have settled a debate over thedigital age of consent with acompromise: each country can decide for itself. This means that EU member-states will be able to set their own limits between 13 and 16 years for how old children have to be before they can sign up for social media services like Instagram Facebook and Snapchat without parental permission. The current digital…
Sweden’s newly-formed center-left government is set to recognize Palestine as a sovereign state, said Prime Minister Stefan Lofven. If Stockholm proceeds with the move it will be the first EU-member to officially endorse Palestinian statehood.
Which EU Country Has the Most Citizens Living Abroad
Of the 28 European Union member states, which one has the largest population living outside the country? Answer: the United Kingdom Immigrants vs. expats While the U.K. votes to approve the Brexit and leave the E.U. to stop the inflow of foreign immigrants, the fact that 4.9 million of its own citizens are living in other countries goes […]
Angela Eagle set for Labour leadership bid as Corbyn plans to 'carry on' – as it happened
Tusk says there will be 'no single market a la carte' for the UK What might be described as the “EU27” summit (the meeting of all EU countries apart from Britain) has now concluded. Afterwards Donald Tusk, the European council president, said all 27 leaders had agreed that Britain would have to accept freedom of movement if it wanted to maintain access to the single market as a non-member. Leaders made it crystal clear that access to the single market requires acceptance of all four freedo