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The way Facebook transfers people's data abroad from the EU is valid, according to an adviser to Europe's top court


The 3 big concessions May made to the EU on the Brexit divorce deal


Theresa May suffers backlash from Tory MPs after saying European judges could keep powers after Brexit



Former ECJ judge: Theresa May's pledge to end all ECJ jurisdiction 'shows just how ignorant she is'


The signs that May's government is finally opening its eyes to the reality of Brexit


Theresa May signals major U-turn on pledge to end power of EU judges after Brexit



Why Theresa May's pledge to remove Britain from EU courts was one Brexit promise she could never keep


Theresa May climb downs from her Brexit red-line on European judges


Brexit may not stop the EU having control over the City


The top EU court just ruled that employers have right to ban religious headscarves at work


Britain's case to trigger Article 50 without parliamentary approval could end up in the EU's highest court


After a landmark court ruling, an activist is trying to force Facebook to put an end to a key data transfer



Eric Schmidt thinks a ruling by Europe's top court threatens 'one of the greatest achievements of humanity'


The US government is still using a data-sharing scheme that was struck down by Europe's top court


Box is planning to open EU data centres after a major European court ruling on sharing data


Europe insists a massive court ruling won't cause chaos for thousands of American companies



Facebook responds to Europe's top court striking down a vital US-EU data sharing agreement