Facebook has always shared the principles the EU's new GDPR legislation, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Thursday.
Uber has been fighting to keep its license to operate in London through an appeal.
Bitcoin sinks after a report that the Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into whether traders are manipulating cryptocurrency prices.
Wong did not offer any further details on those products, and said he could not identify a date for Lenovo introducing 5G.
The price of bitcoin fell on the news to $7,339, and was down more than 6 percent, according to bitcoin exchange Coinbase.
Uber's Partner Protection will cover drivers for a range of matters including injury, sickness and maternity or paternity payments.
European stocks closed lower Wednesday, amid Italian government uncertainty and souring market sentiment over ongoing trade talks between the world's two biggest economies.
Zuckerberg's appearance in the European Parliament consisted of around an hour of questions and less than 10 minutes of answers.
BP said its venture capital arm was investing in Tel Aviv-based StoreDot as it looks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in its operations.
European stocks closed higher Tuesday, as China said it would reduce tariffs on cars and auto parts and pressure on Italian markets eased.
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