EU wants to force firms to report cyberattacks

More than 40,000 companies across the EU could be forced to warn regulators if their systems are hacked, under new cybersecurity proposals to be published today.

EU to publish new privacy proposals

The EU will this week propose new, tighter data protection rules which could have big implications for companies like Google and Facebook, as well as companies attacked by hackers.

FCC to vote on net neutrality this month

The Federal Communications Commission will today announce a proposal to introduce rules by the end of the year that would guarantee net neutrality, barring service providers from offering higher speed connections to some customers.

UK proposes scrapping net neutrality

The UK would abolish net neutrality, under proposals put forward by communications minister Ed Vaizey yesterday.

FCC calls for end to 'bill shock'

The Federal Communications Commission will tomorrow propose new legislation requiring mobile phone companies to warn subscribers if their bills are about to go through the roof.

EPA wants to tighten up on polluting states

The Environmental Protection Agency has released its proposals for cutting smog-forming emissions from power plants. It wants to cut the power plant pollution from 31 'upwind' eastern states and the District of Columbia.