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    Nordic countries grill Facebook on privacy

    AFP, Published on 13/07/2011

    » Data protection agencies in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland have quizzed social network giant Facebook on its management of users' private information, they said Tuesday.

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    Finland to boost web surveillance after Norway attacks

    AFP, Published on 26/07/2011

    » Finnish police said Monday they will monitor the Internet more rigorously for evidence of extremists plots following last week's twin massacres in neighbouring Norway.

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    Berlin moves from capital of cool to start-up haven

    AFP, Published on 11/04/2011

    » Already a magnet for tourists and young artists, Berlin is attracting a new generation of Internet start-ups, changing the ways scientists interact or musicians store and share music.

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    Austria Telecom gives only offer for Serbia's Telekom

    AFP, Published on 21/03/2011

    » Austria Telecom is the only company to offer the required 1.4 billion euros ($1.98 billion) for majority stake in state-controlled phone and internet provider Telekom Srbija, a ministry said Monday.

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    Apple accused of selling pirated Japan novels online

    AFP, Published on 14/12/2010

    » Publishers in Japan demanded Tuesday that Apple stop selling pirated digital copies of novels by Japanese authors, including Haruki Murakami's "1Q84", in its online book store.

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    Telenor's new CR initiatives aim to create competitive edge

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 15/09/2010

    » In an age of highly competitive business environment, good strategic corporate responsibility (CR) projects that align with corporate strategy can build a competitive advantage while also solving social and global problems. Telenor, the world's sixth largest mobile operator, disclosed its initiatives to solve social issues and reduce climate change by using ICT enablement, especially in the 3G era.

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    Bids are in for 3G auction

    Database, Published on 25/08/2010

    » Bidding papers for Asia's last great 3G auction went on sale at the office of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC), and five buyers bought eight lots of them; the dark horses from Samart I-Mobile and Loxley plunked down their envelopes of baht, but the Big Boys sent two agents each; there was No 1 yuppiephone firm Advanced Info Service of Shingapore and its subsidiary AWN, No 2 network Dtac of Norway and its subsidiary DTAC Internet Service, and No 3 provider True Move of Thailand and its arm SK Wireless; the big guys are still waiting to see if they can get in on 3G with a "new" firm that isn't beholden to your TOT or your CAT Telecom, and if so, the subsidiaries will be the bidders if licences actually do go under the gavel on Sept 28 - but otherwise the existing companies will bid; the auction could theoretically get hot, but probably cool heads will keep the prices down to a manageable level; setting up and starting a real 3G network will cost at least 30 billion baht on top of the licence fee of 13 to 30 billion, experts believe.

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    VDO enjoys skyrocketing growth

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 14/07/2010

    » The surge in bandwidth and increase in choice of price points and usability methods for VDO conference technology has led to skyrocketing growth of such tools.

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    Magic numbers

    Database, Published on 11/08/2010

    » A little over a month before companies are expected to fork over containers of cash at an auction, the actual rules for the sale of 3G licences are still unclear; the Magnificent Seven have insisted they will take up the gavel in the last week of September (Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said it would be on Sept 24) to auction three licences, supposedly worth 12 billion baht or some other invented number; but the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) apparently isn't actually selling use of the bandwidth to the winning mobile phone companies, but just narrow permission to use it for 3G, meaning that 4G and so on are unknowns; in addition; the NTC's vague threats to keep out foreign companies has sent the bidders into a tizzy; the main question is whether the threat applies to current firms such as AIS of Shingapore and Dtac of Norway - or just Singapore Telecom, or what?

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    Orwell would approve

    Database, Published on 28/04/2010

    » The troubles from the Iceland volcano gave one struggling industry a boost; Cisco Systems reported that the closing of all airports in Europe brought a big increase in the use of video conferences by people stuck on the ground; it was more of a claim than report — anecdotal, in the word of Cisco executive Fredrik Halvorsen — but it appeared that grounding airplanes was a big help for the videoconferencing sector; among those who didn’t get the word were the transport ministers of Europe, who whined that they could not hold an emergency meeting on stalled air traffic because they could not fly to some capital city for the meeting.

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