He says effective antiterror measures can't exist without data protection controls.
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Just one day after Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates picked up an honorary knighthood, it looks like a European Union antitrust investigation into the software company is set to rule against Redmond's finest.
The European Commission, along with business and academia, are working on a partnership charged with boosting the continent's presence on the worldwide robotics stage.
Europe's competition chief has said the European Commission is preparing to charge Microsoft over its failure to offer some Windows 7 users a choice of browser, and may begin formal antitrust proceedings against Google too.
Let the market, not politicians, choose platforms, says EU watchdog. "Build the services, and they will come."
Despite privacy and industry concerns, data will be kept on every e-mail sent and phone call made for as long as two years.
The European Commission has tax avoiders in its sights – and that means tech companies could be footing a bigger bill on the continent.
European IT services and software companies are planning to increase their spending on R&D by almost double the EU average over the next three years.
Switzerland's main telco will not be able to takeover its counterpart in Lichtenstein, the country's parliament has ruled.
The United States is set to shelve a demand that European visitors to the country carry biometric passports, according to a report.