TikTok passes 100m Europe users, rejects Microsoft US takeover bid

News of the app’s Europe milestone comes a week after it launched its biggest UK ad campaign to date and over a month after it announced its ‘European Creator Fund’, which is aimed at nurturing and promoting talent across Europe


Europes digital ad spend exceeded €55bn last year

The European digital advertising market grew by 13.9 per cent – the fastest growth since 2011 – to reach €55.1bn in 2018, thanks to the strength of spending in video,


Facebook rolls out political advertising rules across the EU

Ahead of the upcoming European Parliament elections, Facebook has rolled out a host of tools in an attempt to stop its platform being used for foreign interference by nations like


Google announces new political ads policy ahead of EU elections

Google has revealed plans to roll out new policies for political advertising in Europe ahead of European Union elections due scheduled for May 2019. The policies aim to provide more


EU nations divided over digital tax plan, with fears of US retaliation

EU governments are reportedly divided over a plan to tax big internet firms like Google and Facebook on their revenues, and are worried about retaliation from the US, according to


Microsoft warns of dangers surrounding EU data limits

Microsoft has warned that copyright reforms planned by EU legislators could damage the European Unions digital development in the future. The planned reforms, which would involve limiting the use of


Facebook is using GDPR as a means to bring facial recognition back to Europe

Facebook is using the implementation of the general data protection regulation (GDPR) in Europe to reintroduce facial recognition technology, with an eye on collecting more user data in spite of


Facebook reaches out to Europe with digital training hubs

Facebook has announced plans to open three new centres in Europe that will help train people in digital skills, with the company promising that it will train 1m people over


Sky Mobile is scrapping European roaming charges its customers, days after O2

Mass media company Sky has announced its plans to scrap European roaming charges for all its Mobile customers – just days after O2, whose network infrastructure it operates on, decided


O2 is scrapping European roaming charges for all its UK customers

O2 has announced its plans to scrap European roaming charges for its UK pay monthly, pay as you go and business customers. From 15 June 2017, customers will be able

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