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France considers smartphone tax for anti-piracy revamp
Will soften three-strikes piracy law.
May 14 2013 6:18AM
French energy giant to use supercomputer for exploration
Peta-flops processing prowess.
Mar 27 2013 7:39AM
France looks at taxing user generated content
Lifeblood of the digital economy.
Jan 21 2013 7:22AM
French ISP suspends Google ad block
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Google lashes out against French pay-for-searches tax
Further disquiet on Google's European front.
Oct 19 2012 7:54AM
AFACT defends French three-strikes regime
Three-strikes copyright infringement laws under fire.
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Developers aim Apple Siri at Android devices
Crack claimed by French firm.
Nov 16 2011 7:03AM
Interpol flags interest in internet regulation
Observer status up for debate.
May 24 2011 7:02AM
France hits Google with Wi-Fi snooping fine
First time French have handed down a six-figure fine for data breach.
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Spain apologises for Linux anti-terror codename
Crackdown on Basque separatist IT experts runs foul of open source advocates.
Jan 13 2011 11:37AM
UK, France move to filter the internet
Separate bills to end "Wild West" approach.
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Tour de France winner accused of hacking French laboratory
Court issues arrest warrant for 2006 attack on anti-doping lab.
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Air France crash prompts spam, malware outbreak
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France says 'non' to three strikes law
The Upper House of the French Government has rejected a bill which would have seen people accused of illegal online file sharing deprived of an Internet connection without trial or conviction.
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Tour de France gets Google Street Viewed
As if watching the Tour De France on TV wasn’t boring enough, the organisers of the three week long bike race have now teamed up with Google to let fans see the route and track the cyclists’ progress on Google Maps.
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France to block peer-to-peer traffic
A new directive in France could see peer-to-peer users cut off if they continue to share files.
Nov 30 2007 1:27PM
France joins Chinese hacking row
France has become the fourth country to speak out against hackers in China following an attack on French government systems.
Sep 11 2007 8:32AM
French to test airport biometrics
France has announced plans that may make it the next country to mandate biometrics as an airport security measure.
Jan 4 2005 8:30AM
Bagle.B hits Germany and France
A new version of the mass mailing worm Bagle.A, W32/Bagle.B, is in the wild and is likely to spread, according to alerts from BitDefender, F-Secure, Norman Data and Sophos.
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