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Tech giants' tax structures threatened by new rules
OECD releases international taxation draft.
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More protests planned.
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New font uses holes to cut ink use
Dutch marketing and communications company Spranq has come up with a novel and free way of slashing printer ink costs by developing a font with holes in it.
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Dutch police smash Shadow botnet
The Dutch High Tech Crime Unit has arrested two people and shut down the Shadow botnet, which is thought to contain over 100,000 compromised computers..
Aug 14 2008 4:06PM
Dutch boffins work on open source smart card
Dutch Boffins at Radboud University in Nijmegen are developing new privacy-protecting smart cards for public transport, using good old open sauce.
Jun 20 2008 10:39AM
Dutch algorithm optimises Wi-Fi efficiency
A Dutch researcher has developed algorithms designed to optimise the efficiency of wireless networks..
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Dutch build robo-petrol pump
Dutch inventors have built the first robotic fuel pump which can fill a petrol tank without the driver needing to leave the car.
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Two hackers have been jailed in the Netherlands for infecting millions of computers with malware and stealing personal data, including credit card details, to purchase electronic goods.
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Network of zombie PCs accrued €60,000 ($99,000).
Jan 18 2007 9:35AM
Dutch police arrest botnet trio
Police in the Netherlands have arrested three hackers suspected of stealing bank account and credit card information after creating a botnet of more than 100,000 compromised computers worldwide.
Oct 11 2005 1:49PM
Dutch firm opts for managed security service
A Dutch chemical company is to protect its 1,100 users by investing in a three-year managed security service.
Apr 23 2004 11:51AM
Dutch Government drafts legislation to tackle DDoS attacks
The Netherlands is to to join a growing list of countries that prohibit the production of malware.
Mar 4 2004 1:41PM
Get Dutch data from Anyware
Melbourne-based peripherals distributor Anyware Computer Accessories has signed an exclusive deal to distribute a Dutch range of data gear to resellers in Australia and New Zealand.
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