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Google attempts to stave off EU fine by offering rivals equal advertising space

Google attempts to stave off EU fine by offering rivals equal advertising space

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After being slapped with a record 2.4 billion euro fine for breaching EU antitrust regulations, Google is doing everything within its power to stave off another hit. In a bid ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Sep 19th 2017 at 10:25AM
European countries call for new EU tax on tech giants

European countries call for new EU tax on tech giants

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Europe’s battle to prevent multinationals from hiding their profits in tax havens has taken a new direction. A number of European countries are urging the EU to slap tech giants ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Sep 11th 2017 at 10:38AM
Intel, Google and Qualcomm boosted by court's decision on antitrust ruling

Intel, Google and Qualcomm boosted by court's decision on antitrust ruling

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Intel was given a boost yesterday when Europe’s top court sent the EU’s antitrust regulators case against the US chipmaker back to court for an appeal. In a rare blow ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Sep 7th 2017 at 9:41AM
Why the Intel antitrust ruling affects Qualcomm and Google

Why the Intel antitrust ruling affects Qualcomm and Google

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Tomorrow’s landmark EU ruling on allegations of antitrust violations at Intel will have a far-reaching impact beyond the chipmaker. Europe’s top court will rule on whether or not the US ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Sep 5th 2017 at 10:27AM

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UK start-ups see EU tech funding slashed by 50 per cent

UK start-ups see EU tech funding slashed by 50 per cent

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UK start-ups are already feeling the Brexit pinch, as they claim that the European Union has already pulled the plug on funding the UK’s tech sector. Although no official line ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Aug 21st 2017 at 9:58AM
UK's sluggish broadband speeds sees it behind most of Europe

UK's sluggish broadband speeds sees it behind most of Europe

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The UK's broadband speeds have again come under scrutiny after a new study has ranked the country 31st in the world, behind most of Europe, Thailand, Canada, the US and ...

Jonathan Easton
by Jonathan Easton
on Aug 8th 2017 at 10:45AM
UK remains European leader for tech investment in year since Brexit

UK remains European leader for tech investment in year since Brexit

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The UK continues to dominant the European technology market, despite Brexit being triggered. Defying post-Brexit predictions, Britain remains the European hotspot for technology funding. In fact, the UK has received ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Jul 5th 2017 at 10:53AM
EU looks to ban encryption backdoors in messaging services

EU looks to ban encryption backdoors in messaging services

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To ban or not to ban, that is the question. In the wake of a number of terrorist attacks, the issue of end-to-end encryption – and whether or not it ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Jun 19th 2017 at 10:09AM
EU to give police access to cloud data in wake of terror attacks

EU to give police access to cloud data in wake of terror attacks

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The EU could soon give police direct access to cloud data in relation to terror attacks. In a bid to make it easier for police forces across Europe, the EU ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Jun 9th 2017 at 10:10AM
Do US 'big five' tech firms need EU-style regulating?

Do US 'big five' tech firms need EU-style regulating?

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In the past two weeks, two of the tech industry’s ‘big five’ companies have surpassed the $1,000 per share milestone. Just six days after Amazon reached the mark, Google’s parent ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Jun 9th 2017 at 10:04AM

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