Europe Decides Not to Ruin the Internet

On Thursday, members of European Parliament held a vote on the misguided new copyright reforms that posed a threat to memes, online encyclopedias, news organisations, and pretty much everything that’s good online. Incredibly, lawmakers decided not to do the dumb thing and voted down the bill. It’s not over yet, but there’s plenty of reason to celebrate. Read More >>

Finally, You’ll Be Able to Tweet From Spain Without Taking Out a Mortgage

First the House of Lords said no to rip-off roaming charges, now the EU has put its foot down too. The European Parliament has just agreed to cap roaming prices from July this year bringing calls, texts and data charges across Europe down to a more stomachable level so your Facebooking antics don’t have to stop at the border. Read More >>