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The tech giant has revealed plans to build a gigantic data center in the Netherlands.
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.
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.
China doesn't trust Windows, Europe might not trust Google, and nobody trusts the phone giants [Government IT Week]
China seems to think Windows 8 is a threat (no news on whether they're trying to run Metro). Europe demands Google delete some of our data, and Snowden is still in the news.
Proposed laws to allow the bulk collection of data in Europe are now dead in the water. The reality is that the overturning of Europe's retention laws will make transatlantic co-operation a little more difficult — but it won't make it impossible.
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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.
AT&T continues to flag its interest in bringing a US-style data consumption to Europe.
The maps used for the Euratlas Historical Atlas of Europe cover the Earth's surface from the degree 15 west to 50 east, and from degree...
ISPs and telcos that operate in Europe will have 24 hours to report data breaches under forthcoming regulations.
Telefonica and Dell have struck a deal to provide integrated mobile data connectivity across Europe for some laptops.
Amazon Web Services' data warehouse on demand service and its High Storage Instances for EC2 is available from today in Europe.
According to IDC data, the enterprise software market's growth is slowing, but analytics and big data are strong. Western Europe stumbles, but other regions grew.
France Telecom is dipping its toe in the water of 400Gbps optical networking links to support our growing thirst for cloud and multimedia - but it won't be rushed.
The UK's Information Commissioner's Office has fined Sony Computer Entertainment Europe for the PlayStation Network data breach in April 2011, which it says was preventable.
A raft of recently released data on Nokia's performance over the last year is giving some insight into how the Finnish phone maker is doing in Europe and beyond.
The Austrian student group Europe-v-Facebook wants to go to court to force Facebook to do more to protect the data privacy of its users. To finance the legal battle, the group is turning to crowdfunding.
Google has updated its cloud platform to let companies keep their data within Europe, though the company is not yet letting people select where their data is stored on a country-by-country basis.
Under fire from data protection regulators across Europe, Facebook is killing off its Photo Tag Suggest feature for users in the EU. It hopes to bring the biometric functionality back at some point in the future.
Consumers in Asia, compared with Europe, are less concerned about privacy and will share personal data for free services or better ads.
While new rules mean the cost of using data in Europe is lower than ever for EU citizens, it's not always clear how to get the best deal — or even if bill shock can be avoided altogether
Seeking big data, cloud, commerce, financial services and mobile tech startups, Index Ventures launches a $443 million early stage fund in Europe.
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