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ACTA in death throes after rejection vote

Three committees of MEPs have voted to reject the contentious anti-piracy agreement, in the strongest signal yet that ACTA will fail to gain ratification when it goes to the full European Parliament

May 31, 2012

ACTA stumbles in Germany

Germany's foreign office has withdrawn its plans to sign the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, while Latvia has put its ratification process on pause, as countries get cold feet about the copyright pact

February 10, 2012 by

Home energy management grabs spotlight at smart grid trade show

Boy, oh boy do I wish I were in San Diego this week, not just because I am totally sick of shoveling snow and ice, but because there was flurry of news at the Distributech conference. Press releases and proclamations have been hitting my inbox at blizzard rate, and when I took time to sort through them yesterday, there was a clear theme: many, many players are upping their efforts when it comes to home energy management technology and services.

February 2, 2011 by

Austrade mulling Office 2010 move

Austrade, the Federal Government's trade and investment development agency, will this year "take a serious look" at Microsoft Office 2010, according to chief technology Nils van Boxsel.

March 18, 2010 by

IT guy busted over insider trading

An IT professional has been fined £85,000 for insider trading, Management Today reports.The fine was imposed by the Financial Services Authority on John Shevlin, who used to work at the Body Shop.

July 1, 2008 by

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