Friday, August 12, 2022

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EC to send counterfeiting bill to court

Politicians yield to presssure, send the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement to court interpretation. Meanwhile, Canada has yet to implement the pact

More spectrum in Europe made available

By 2013 spectrum in the 800 MHz band -- now used for analogue TV -- will be available for wireless carriers, according to a new policy

EU to stengthen its cybersecurity watchdog

Committee votes to extend life of the European Network and Information Security Agency, whose goal is ensure the EU's IT security

Dutch MP: Ban surveillance tech to despotic regimes

Call in the Netherlands echoed by Europe's digital agenda commissioner, who says this is both a legal and moral issue

Consumer group urges EU to block Motorola takeover

Allowing the deal would provide Google with 'unprecedented dominance in virtually all aspects of the mobile world,' group claims

EU takes action on Hungary’s poor data protection

Commission worries the country's new consitution doesn't guarantee the independence of the data protection authorityrn

EU plan to favour copper networks attacked

Telcos say a reduction in the Internet access price of copper would lower retail prices for both current and next generation access

EC okays Western Digital hard drive acquisition

The European Commission rules that some of the company's production capacity will have to be sold to ensure competition remains

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