EU places bets on 5G 
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Believes technology can help drive economic growth.
 
Italian privacy regulators to probe Google's US HQ 
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Investigates compliance with European law.
 
France mandates blocking of terrorist-supporting websites 
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Providers have 24 hours to comply.
 
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Faces up to five years in prison.
 
SA to open $92m data research facility 
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Sydney hacker Aush0k disputes AFP charges 
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Woman busted for importing meth in printer cartridges 
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Crime Commission prepares core systems overhaul 
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ASIC pushes for telco data interception powers 
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