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Tech giants still not doing enough to fight fakes, says European Commission

Tech giants still not doing enough to fight fakes, says European Commission It’s a year since the European Commission got a bunch of adtech giants together to spill ink on a voluntary Code of Practice to do something — albeit, nothing very quantifiable — as a first step to stop the spread […]

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Europe’s antitrust chief, Margrethe Vestager, set for expanded role in next Commission

Europe’s antitrust chief, Margrethe Vestager, set for expanded role in next Commission As the antitrust investigations stack up on US tech giants’ home turf there’s no sign of pressure letting up across the pond. European Commission president-elect Ursula von der Leyen today unveiled her picks for the next team of commissioners who […]

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Huawei: “The US security accusation of our 5G has no evidence. Nothing.”

Huawei: “The US security accusation of our 5G has no evidence. Nothing.” Huawei’s rotating chairman Guo Ping kicked off a keynote speech this morning at the world’s biggest mobile industry tradeshow with a wry joke. “There has never been more interest in Huawei,” he told delegates at Mobile World Congress. “We must […]

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Europe is prepared to rule over 5G cybersecurity

Europe is prepared to rule over 5G cybersecurity The European Commission’s digital commissioner has warned the mobile industry to expect it to act over security concerns attached to Chinese network equipment makers. The Commission is considering a defacto ban on kit made by Chinese companies including Huawei in the face of security […]

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Tech and ad giants sign up to Europe’s first weak bite at ‘fake news’

Tech and ad giants sign up to Europe’s first weak bite at ‘fake news’ The European Union’s executive body has signed up tech platforms and ad industry players to a voluntary  Code of Practice aimed at trying to do something about the spread of disinformation online. Something, just not anything too specifically […]

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European parliament gives thumbs up to controversial copyright reforms

European parliament gives thumbs up to controversial copyright reforms The European Parliament has just voted to back controversial proposals to reform online copyright — including supporting an extension to cover snippets of publishers content (Article 11), and to make platforms that hold significant amounts of content liable for copyright violations by their […]

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Europe to cap intra-EU call fees as part of overhaul to telecoms rules

Europe to cap intra-EU call fees as part of overhaul to telecoms rules European Union institutions have reached a political agreement over an update to the bloc’s telecoms rules that’s rattled the cages of incumbent telcos. Agreement was secured late yesterday after months of negotiations between the EU parliament and Council, with […]

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