A French court ordered Google to remove links to images of former chief of Formula One racing Max Mosley. The press caught Mosley having a “sick Nazi orgy” in 2008, and Mosley said Google’s remaining links to these photos are an invasion of privacy.
Teads provides a customizable ad tech platform for buyers and sellers. Its tools not only make it easier to create video ads, but also to serve them to a large audience.
The French government is close to passing a new law that would limit powerful online retailers like Amazon from offering customers free shipping for their orders.
For the third time in a row, the U.S. government requested — and got — more user data from Twitter than all the other nations of the world combined. And that’s before you count Prism-style FISA requests from the NSA, which Twitter cannot legally disclose.
The Union of French Jewish Students is claiming victory today in several-month battle with Twitter over releasing personal account details of Twitter users who tweeted anti-Semitic statement.
Carnet de Mode describes itself as a “Parisian temple of fashion.” The marketplace connects up-and-coming fashion designers in Paris with stylish consumers around the world.
BonitaSoft, the business process management (BPM) solutions provider, announced today it has raised $13 million it its third round of funding thus far.
France isn’t exactly known as being the friendliest country for big businesses, especially when it comes to tech companies. Here’s another potential example of why.
Yahoo is apparently no longer interested in purchasing France-based streaming video Dailymotion, according to a Wall Street Journal report today.
Since Apple won’t talk directly, AppGratis has taken to blogging. Apple did not talk to the French company before pulling its app from the iOS app store, says CEO Simon Dawlat, and won’t talk now either.
After being Amazon.com’s best-selling laptop for 149 days straight, Google is taking its Chromebook show on the road, both internationally and at home.
More jobs and more business competition will require more investment in Internet infrastructure, France’s president told its citizens today.
Guest Post Giant tech companies don’t pay much in taxes, even though they derive much value from users in many countries. With this proposal, corporate taxes could fairly reflect where value is actually generated.
With its usage in the U.S. at an all-time high, digital comic book startup ComiXology announced plans to launch the service into Europe, the company tells VentureBeat.
The iPad mini will only be available starting November 2. Unless you’re a lucky Apple fan in France.
French music service Deezer announces $130 million in funding.
Korean electronics powerhouse Samsung on Monday confirmed it has filed a complaint against Apple in French courts on the grounds that the iPhone and iPad maker is violating three of its patents.
In a strange move, French media regulators have banned the words “Facebook” and “Twitter” from appearing on TV and radio unless a program specifically talks about the services in a news story, according to This Much I Know.