Germany took over the presidency of the EU Council from Wednesday 1 July, with key priorities being climate action, digital sovereignty and Europe’s role in the world, alongside post-Covid-19 recovery.
New rules on collective redress, agreed Wednesday by EU states, will enable consumers to seek effective judicial protection collectively when traders’ infringements of EU laws deprive them of their rights.
Two years on, the General Data Protection Regulation has met most of its objectives, with a set of enforceable rights and a new European system of governance and enforcement, says a report out Wednesday.
An EU-UK no-trade deal would have a big negative effect on British manufacturing, says a report Wednesday, particularly on volume car production, as it tries to recover from the slump caused by Covid-19.
Like the title says, do you guys still throw whatever extra currency you can into bitcoin (or altcoin)? I'm generally curious how many of us still look at crypto as something like a time sensitive thing where you should be buying whenever you can, and how many truly believe that this is just the beginning […]
We eagerly buy every dip. We buy bitcoin everyday. We stay up late at night refreshing coinmarketcap. Our efforts are not in vain. We're going to manifest the promised land. submitted by /u/pimpingken [link] [comments]