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EU security agency warns on European network resilience

EU security agency warns on European network resilience

The EU's information security agency has warned of failings in the development of key technologies that are considered vital to the resilience of government and industry networks across Europe.
Jun 1 2009 6:46AM
European Parliament votes in favour of internet freedom

European Parliament votes in favour of internet freedom

The European Parliament has decided that ISPs and regulators, such as Ofcom in the UK, cannot restrict individuals’ access to the internet.
May 7 2009 6:52AM
EU pledges to protect cyber infrastructure

EU pledges to protect cyber infrastructure

The European Commission (EC) has unveiled a new strategy to prepare the region to act in case of major disruptions or attacks against critical information infrastructure.
Mar 31 2009 6:02AM
Intel consolidates European research

Intel consolidates European research

Intel has announced it is reorganising its research division in Europe with the Intel Labs Europe (ILE) project.
Jan 30 2009 4:47PM
Europe steps up nuclear fusion project

Europe steps up nuclear fusion project

The European Commission is boosting its nuclear fusion research project by allowing scientists to access Europe's consortium of supercomputing centres, and connecting them together to form a giant supercomputer network.
Jan 28 2009 6:37AM
EU brings new gripe to Microsoft

EU brings new gripe to Microsoft

European Union authorities are bringing new anti-trust concerns to Microsoft.
Jan 19 2009 6:51AM
EU approves biometric passports

EU approves biometric passports

The European Union has given the green light to biometric passports.
Jan 16 2009 11:20AM
NICTA to design global Internet testbed

NICTA to design global Internet testbed

NICTA has joined a €8.9 million (AUD$15.4m) project that will address the design of testbeds to evaluate new technologies for large networks such as the Internet.
Sep 9 2008 5:11PM
McKinnon extradition halted by European court

McKinnon extradition halted by European court

Gary McKinnon, the man accused of perpetrating the largest ever hack of a military system, will not be extradited to the US after the European Court of Human Rights granted him "interim relief"..
Aug 13 2008 4:02PM
European court stays Gary McKinnon's US extradition

European court stays Gary McKinnon's US extradition

The European Court of Human Rights has temporarily stayed the extradition of accused UK hacker Gary McKinnon to face computer abuse and cyber-terrorism charges in the US.
Aug 13 2008 9:46AM
Symantec joins European malware hunt

Symantec joins European malware hunt

Symantec and the EC are to support a virus collecting WOMBAT
Apr 3 2008 9:44AM
European users slam dodgy bank security

European users slam dodgy bank security

Banks and credit card firms not doing enough to protect consumers.
Mar 7 2008 11:19AM
Microsoft opens European R&D centre

Microsoft opens European R&D centre

Microsoft has taken the wraps off an R&D centre in Germany as part of a US$75 million worldwide investment programme aimed at squeezing Windows into "smart, connected, service-oriented" devices..
Feb 28 2008 4:07PM
Dell opens second European plant

Dell opens second European plant

Dell has opened a plant in Poland to cope with increased demand from consumers and businesses in central and eastern Europe.

Jan 25 2008 3:03PM
European consumers split on data privacy issues

European consumers split on data privacy issues

A gap has emerged between the views of consumers in the UK and continental Europe on data privacy and dependable IT, a new report suggests.
Oct 15 2007 9:48AM
European telcos under fire again

European telcos under fire again

Commission calls on national regulators to improve competition.
Jul 16 2007 4:29PM
European broadband networks reaching the limit

European broadband networks reaching the limit

High-bandwidth apps forcing infrastructure upgrades sooner rather than later.
Jul 10 2007 1:24PM
Eastern European websites under renewed attack

Eastern European websites under renewed attack

Undeclared cyber-war finds new targets.
Jul 4 2007 2:49PM
European gamers miss out on 80GB PS3

European gamers miss out on 80GB PS3

EUROPE - Sony has admitted that it has no plans to ship its newly developed 80GB PlayStation 3 to European gamers.
Jun 12 2007 1:10PM
European Zune delay 'lost in translation'

European Zune delay 'lost in translation'

A launch that hasn't been planned can't get delayed.
Jun 5 2007 1:30PM

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