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The House of Commons Justice Committee thinks the European Commission's proposals for reformed data protection rules are too prescriptive, and the Commission should 'go back to the drawing board'.
The EU competition commission is poised to allow the BDUK rural broadband rollout to go ahead with only minor changes, but will the decision make it any easier for smaller companies to challenge BT's dominance?
A UK-based cybersecurity 'centre of excellence' will help other countries defend themselves against cyber-attacks, according to foreign secretary William Hague, who also hinted at the establishment of 'hotlines' between rival countries to stop potential cyber-war situation getting out of hand.
The country's 'Research Institute in the Science of Cyber Security' will open at the start of October, in an attempt to make the UK a 'thought-leader' in the field. Meanwhile, an EU-level cybersecurity response team has been made permanent after a successful pilot.
A second alarm bell has run in the E.U. over the U.K.'s plans to give near real-time access to Web traffic data. But it's looking increasingly likely that the plans will fall in line with the E.U.'s demands.
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Super-fast broadband should be attracting new buyers in droves, but it's not. Add to this the mismatched goals of the EU and the UK government and the long-term viability of the current plans begins to look in jeopardy
The UK is lagging well behind other EU countries in uptake of 100Mbps and 30Mbps broadband, according to a study looking at how well countries are doing to meet Digital Agenda targets
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A quarter of 16 to 24 year-olds in the UK have written a computer program, according to figures released by EU statistics body Eurostat.In early 2011, a quarter of young adults said they had written a program using a specialised programming language, Eurostat researcher Anna Lööf told ZDNet UK on Monday.
The mobile operator said it will deliver super-fast data services in the UK and nine other EU countries by 2015, part of a series of Digital Agenda-related promises it has made to the European Commission
The costs of data roaming are far too high, and 'cannot be justified', mobile operator Three has told a Lords investigation into data roaming costs and 'bill shock'.Different wholesale rates for data transfer across European operators push prices up for UK consumers, as UK operators charge based on the highest wholesale rate, Three UK head of public policy Julie Minns Three UK told the House of Lords EU sub-committee on the internal market on Monday.
The Scottish Government has detailed its strategy for ensuring most of the nation's population can access super-fast broadband
Amazon Web Services has brought its Direct Connect technology to the UK, which allows customers to establish a dedicated network connection between their datacentre and the local Amazon Web Services facility.The announcement, made on Wednesday, means UK customers can connect to Amazon Web Services' EU West (Ireland) region via the Telecity Sovereign House datacentre in London at guaranteed port speeds of 1Gbps or 10Gbps.
Sony and LG have decided to stop suing each other over alleged patent infringements and have reportedly signed a cross-licensing deal instead.In a statement sent to ZDNet UK on Thursday, Sony said that "Sony, LG Electronics and Zenith Electronics [an LG brand] have reached an agreement on the basic settlement terms regarding all the pending patent litigations which the parties have filed since October 2010 in the US and the EU, and have agreed to withdraw all of these litigations".
A Düsseldorf district court has granted iPad maker Apple a preliminary injunction against the sale of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 across almost all of the EU, including the UK
The cherished but elusive scheme for a single EU-wide patent gets underway again after the countries holding it up — Spain and Italy — are left out of the equation
Over the last 20 years or so, there have been intermittent moves by the EU and the UK government to implement various levels of online surveillance — first by requiring ISPs to install equipment to facilitate wiretapping, and second by storing the masses of communications data created by all of us.
Retail price caps, the separation of roaming tariffs from domestic contracts and measures to boost the competitiveness of small operators are all elements of upcoming EU data-roaming rules, ZDNet UK has learned
European digital rights group EDRi has criticised an EU proposal to block 'illicit contents' via web filtering.The idea to create a 'virtual Schengen border', which would require ISPs to filter content via a blacklist, would not address the root of the problem of serious criminal content such as child abuse, EDRi told ZDNet UK on Wednesday.
The Information Commissioner's Office has announced new powers to fine spammers for distributing unwanted marketing materials, which will come into force in May
Telefonica, the parent company of O2 UK, believes data-roaming prices within Europe will fall as low as domestic mobile data prices by 2015.On Tuesday, Telefonica regulatory chief Robert Mourik said digital agenda commissioner Neelie Kroes's goal would be achieved without regulatory intervention in the EU data-roaming market.
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