From the Opinion Page of New York Times
The European Union is considering far-reaching privacy regulations that would give the citizens of its member countries significant control over how Web sites and marketing companies collect and use data about them. Years in the making, the effort stands in stark contrast to the much slower pace of discussions about online privacy laws in Washington.
From The Washington Post
European leaders are considering ways to bring banks and government budgets under central control in hopes of putting the region’s two-year-old financial crisis to rest.
Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. State Department issued an alert warning Americans traveling to Europe to be vigilant about possible terrorist attacks.
Wave of strikes cripples Europe as workers vent fury at budget cuts.
Series of co-ordinated protests hits 13 capital cities from Madrid to Brussels