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ICANN renegotiated its contract with the US Department of Commerce last week, in a move that left the world feeling a little better about an independent internet.
Four MEPs have written rather scathing letters to the EU, calling its recent actions against Microsoft a danger that could delay future releases in Europe.
A German security expert has already beaten the RFID tags in EU/US passports, and kindly explains how.
The .eu domain mask is under attack from domain name hoarders who have grabbed 74,000 .eu domain names.
Despite Microsoft employing 300 people to get it into line with EU rules, the European Union is about to up its fines for Microsoft to 3m Euros a day. How much do you think Member States will see back?
The boys in Brussels are not happy with Microsoft's (non) compliance with last years anti-trust decision.
The EU is set to impose a 14% import tariff on all LCD screens 19" and larger that are not produced in European Union countries. Only The Netherlands has imposed it thus far, but other countries will follow very soon.
Rather than iTunes music stores for England, France, Germany and everywhere else, we might soon see the iTMS Europe, if the EU has its way.
The first person to be convicted under legislation introduced to combat piracy has been given 140 hours community service
September 18 2020 | 18:30
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