#Europe agenda: Facebook whistleblower says EU rules can be ‘game-changer’

New European rules for big tech companies could become an international “game-changer for the online world”, Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen told MEPs.
Israeli spyware used against EU-funded activists in Palestine

Six human-rights activists, including a French and US citizen, working in the West Bank had their phones hacked using

The Council of Europe released the posts for a campaign against anti-Muslim discrimination.
Rights watchdog removes video of women in hijab

A French government minister reportedly pressured the Strasbourg-based Council of Europe to remove the video, posted on Twitter, of young women wearing the hijab as part of a wider campaign to combat hate speech against Muslim communities.


How green politics are changing Europe

The Greens performed well in German elections but they are having to adapt their policies to succeed.

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