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Amazon's latest round of price reductions targets bandwidth costs, knocking down prices significantly for outbound data from its cloud and content delivery network CloudFront.
The right to be forgotten and EU regulations have hardly helped the big-data cause in western Europe, but the technology is still managing to gain ground.
The rules that govern how EU data is treated in the US are being violated by major tech companies, according to a privacy group in a filed complaint to the FTC.
European officials are only now are expressing concern over a US court ruling that can allow the FBI and NSA to grab oversees data. But Europe knew the risks at least three years prior.
Talking points obtained under Freedom of Information state that any mandatory data retention regime in Australia would be different to the European directive that was thrown out by the European Court of Justice.
Sweden's telecoms operators have stopped collecting subscriber data despite the country's data retention laws remaining in force.
Opponents of Europe's data retention directive now have the legal standing to challenge it at a national level.
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The EU is drafting a ban on mobile data roaming charges. The new regulations promise to save money for customers, and pose challenges for operators. Luckily, LTE has a built-in solution.
Against the background of the launch of the Cloud for Europe project, SAP's European chairman sets out his firm's backing for unified EU regulations to protect the cloud.
The networking giant could face difficult times ahead if Europeans aren't satisfied that it won't siphon off EU-based data back to the U.S. mass surveillance machine.
Europe's justice commissioner said the revelations around PRISM have strengthened the European Commission's resolve to secure guarantees from the US over the handling of EU citizens' data.
Angela Merkel has said that she expects a commitment by the US government to respect German law while on German soil.
The European Parliament voted in favor of a resolution that would back the Commission should it wish to suspend data sharing agreements with the U.S., such as the passenger name records system, in light of mass surveillance by the National Security Agency.
The European Parliament will vote — ironically of all days, on U.S. Independence Day on July 4 — whether existing data sharing agreements between the two continents should be suspended, following allegations that U.S. intelligence spied on EU citizens.
Germany is one of the most privacy conscious nations in the world, with data and privacy laws stronger than any other in the EU. And amid the NSA spying scandal, the country's top security chief has warned users to simply avoid U.S. companies. Will that work?
Mobile phone roaming in the EU just became a lot cheaper, with data charges declining by as much as 36 percent in 2013 alone.
ISPs and telcos that operate in Europe will have 24 hours to report data breaches under forthcoming regulations.
An EU-commissioned study has found gaps in the adequacy of India's system, which could prompt legislative changes in order for Indian outsourcing firms to continue their European business.
Destinations such as Singapore, Malaysia or Hong Kong need to seize the opportunity of being deemed an acceptable data transfer partner with the European Union in order to get ahead of the competition.
As California considers going above and beyond what the EU gives its citizens in data access request rights, technology and Web firms in Silicon Valley will likely fight any hopes of such rights hopping across the Atlantic.
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