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Europe to lift Boeing 737 MAX grounding in January

In January, after US controllers a week ago, Europe is set to lift its flight prohibition on the Boeing 737 MAX traveler jetliner earlier...

Europe Accuses Amazon With Antitrust Charges For Utilizing Predominance And Information To Crush Rivals

The European Union accused Amazon of harming retail rivalry, charging on Tuesday that the U.S. organization utilizes its size, force, and information to increase...

With The Prevailing Struggle Europe Gets Hit with Second Wave of Coronavirus  

Europe is grappling with the second wave of COVID-19 infections. Now, the government is racing to impose title restrictions but the question is -...

Facebook said it may stop operating in Europe if the EU suspends all data transfers to the US

Facebook says it may discontinue operating its main app and Instagram in Europe, due to the new laws affecting how it transports data from...

TikTok says it removed 104M videos in H1 2020, proposes harmful content coalition with other social apps

As the future of ByteDance’s TikTok ownership continues to get hammered out between tech and retail leviathans, investors and government officials, the video app...

Facebook told it may have to suspend EU data transfers after Schrems II ruling

Ireland’s data protection watchdog, the DPC, has sent Facebook a preliminary order to suspend data transfers from the EU to the US, the Wall...

HumanForest gets $2.3M from Cabify founders and others to grow a ‘free’ e-bike sharing service

HumanForest, a dockless, shared and ad-supported e-bike service which began trialling a service in London this June, has taken in its first tranche of...

PandaDoc employees arrested in Belarus after founders protest against Lukashenko regime

Yesterday the four employees (pictured) of US-headquartered enterprise startup PandaDoc were arrested in Minsk by the Belarus police, in what appears to be an...

MedTech startup uMotif raises £5m from AlbionVC, as COVID-19 accelerates remote clinical studies

uMotif has an app that allows patients to monitor themselves for treatments or drug trials which then feeds into a platform allowing a much...

As it delists, Rocket Internet’s ill-fated experiment with public markets is over

It was all supposed to be so different. When Rocket Internet IPO’d in 2014 it was the largest tech company floatation in Europe for...
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