The cities of Hamburg and Berlin are to launch a new legal initiative to protect owners of WLAN networks from litigation if intruders commit offences on their network.
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Germany's parliament has backed a proposal to put black boxes, which gather information from vehicles involved in accidents, in all of the country's new cars.
SAP could be gearing up for a shopping spreed, after co-CEO Jim Hagemann Snabe told a German newspaper that one-third of revenue growth should come from acquisitions.
Members of the German Pirate Party are appealing to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg to overturn a German ruling that prevents pre-paid phones being bought anonymously.
Germany's top court has ruled that ISPs must hand over the names and addresses of file sharers if rights holders ask for them – regardless of how much music has been shared.
Data protection officials in Germany are unimpressed with Facebook's use of facial recognition technology and have reopened their inquiry into the company
German ECM vendor Easy Software has recommended its shareholders spurn a proposed takeover bid, with its ex-CEO and chairman facing separate investigations
Software AG, Germany’s second largest IT vendor, wants to build up its services business and to use the opportunities of the talent pool in India
SAP has announced that version 4.0 of its cloud ERP suite is on the way, and will be bringing additional functionality and coming to four new European countries
In Germany, representatives of the creative industries are demanding extra duties on devices that could potentially store pirated content in a move that could add euros to the cost of everything from hard disks to USB sticks