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As soon as Elon Musk completed his Twitter takeover, he Tweeted “The bird is free.”
In response, Thierry Breton, the EU Commissioner for the Internal Market, replied “In Europe, the bird will fly by our EU Laws.”
Elon’s response to the EU Commissioner was, “This will be endless fun going forward.”
So, it’s showtime: who will win, bureaucracy, or democracy?
Ronaldo's new contract...
The 37-year-old is join a new team with amazing contract, after Manchester United terminated his contract last week in response to his controversial interview with Piers Morgan ...
Meta faces record EU privacy fines
EU is finalizing imminent decisions on the legality of the US tech giant’s data-hungry business model.
Hungary vetoes Ukraine aid, EU seeks alternative solution
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has chosen to play hardball, using the need for his approval for Ukraine aid as leverage to secure his share of EU recovery funds.
The West’s last war-time taboo: Ukraine joining NATO
The topic has become so combustible that many officials just avoid it altogether.
EU should curb some food imports from Ukraine, says farm commissioner
Comments by Janusz Wojciechowski address concerns about market supply in his native Poland, and run counter to EU policy.
Merkel admits failures on defense policy
Former German chancellor wants negotiated solution to the Ukraine war.
France and Germany hand Orbán rule-of-law lifeline
EU heavyweights want Brussels to offer a kinder assessment of Hungary’s progress on corruption issues.
Operation LVMH: How a cybersurveillance firm monitored politicians, union leaders and activists
Explosion of online data provides private security companies unprecedented access to personal information.
EU’s leadership couple is sleeping in separate bedrooms
Blaming Merkel — the knee-jerk response by Scholz’s government — isn’t going to help repair the ailing marriage.
Pfizer boss refuses to testify to EU Parliament COVID panel — again
‘We have no further information to share,’ says Albert Bourla, who bailed out of an earlier appointment in October.
French defense firm profiles potential hires using their social media pages
Dassault Aviation asked a cybersurveillance startup to investigate three people of North African origins.
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