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European officials have changed their position on what happens to .eu domains after Brexit.
Galileo Initial Services have been restored, days after an equipment malfunction caused the outage.
Lawmakers and lobbyists have until September to reshape Europe's copyright reform.
An unspecified computer problem is causing major disruptions to air traffic in the south-east of England, with flights delayed or cancelled at Gatwick, Heathrow and other airports.
Some U.S. online companies could soon be required to take on a new role and collect taxes on the goods and services they deliver digitally to European consumers.
Gabon signed up to the World Intellectual Property Organization's international treaty on digital copyright protection Dec. 6, giving the pact the thirty ratifications it needed to move forward.
An international day of protest designed to jam the US-led communications spy system Echelon was a "rousing" success according to its organizers, who claim that the cyber-demonstration helped to raise public awareness about the surveillance system. Jam Echelon Day took place on October 21, and encouraged members of the Internet community to send out as many e-mail messages as possible, containing so-called trigger words that the Echelon system is believed to pick up on.
The Internet entrepreneur who hoped to make a quick buck from a "fire sale" of more than 300 domain names is in danger of breaking new European regulations relating to the sale of geographical domain names. Greg McLamore, who founded the dot-com incubator WebMagic, is to auction 333 domain names online over the next three months.
The European Union has raided all nine British and German mobile phone companies as part of the Union-wide investigation into price fixing, according to Competition Commissioner Mario Monti in Brussels. The raids took place on Wednesday morning, and are concerned with roaming charges between mobile networks in the two countries.