The Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg can be extradited to Denmark, a Swedish court has ruled. There, he will face several new hacking charges for downloading a large number of files from a Danish police database.
US President Barack Obama and EU leaders have officially announced they will start negotiations on the creation of the world’s biggest free-trade agreement, which could boost economic growth on both sides of the Atlantic.
A top commander of a Nazi SS-led hit squad and officer in an SS Division, accused of burning villages to the ground during World War II, has been living in Minnesota since 1949 after tricking US immigration officials.
France has said it won’t join with the EU in talks over liberalizing trade between the bloc and the USA, unless movies, television and developing online media are made an exception to the free trade agreement.
The Americans have to learn that a mutual exchange of data is one of the first steps to having a normal relationship between the EU and the United States, argues Wim van de Camp, Dutch Christian-Democrat leader.
The Swiss parliament has only a week left to vote on a bill which would end years of banking secrecy and allow Americans access to tracking account information. Now a parliamentary committee has recommended the lower house ditch the debate.