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Think Europeans are more into data privacy than Americans? Think again.

Daily Report: Europeans Rethink Their Google Inquiries

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European privacy regulators said Wednesday that they were considering reopening their inquiries into Google's collection of personal e-mails and Web searches for its Street View service, reports Kevin J. O'Brien in Thursday's New York Times. The move came after revelations that collecting the Internet data had not been a lone...
Daily Report: Europeans Rethink Their Google Inquiries

Europeans Press China Over Trade in Telecommunications

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Officials appear poised to try to settle a dispute over the Chinese telecommunications firms Huawei and ZTE, which were accused of violating antidumping and subsidies laws....
Europeans Press China Over Trade in Telecommunications

Europeans get Testy about ACTA: http://bit.ly/axDLjc

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Europeans get Testy about ACTA: http://bit.ly/axDLjc

EU wants clarity from US on PRISM spying program

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Over the past week, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has insisted that the organization’s PRISM data collection program is only being used to target the communications of non-US citizens outside the country. That’s not very comforting for non-US citizens outside the country. So it should come as no...
EU wants clarity from US on PRISM spying program

American Tablet Owners Buy Entertainment; Europeans Buy News

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Getting a nice, shiny new iPad tomorrow? If you buy content to consume on it, chances are it will be music, books or movies, if you’re in the US. Those were the most popular purchases according to new stats from Nielsen. But if you’re European, you’ll pay for news over all...
American Tablet Owners Buy Entertainment; Europeans Buy News

Does Europe lack ambition? No, but some Europeans do

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It’s no great secret that things are pretty gloomy across Europe right now. Everywhere startups and investors see problems, whether it’s in the precarious situation across the Eurozone, local concerns about political changes, or complaints that the environment is too “negative”. We recently spoke to a couple of local entrepreneurs...
Does Europe lack ambition? No, but some Europeans do
Fans turn to mobile devices for Olympic searches, says Google

France Telecom CEO: iPhone too pricey for Europeans

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Apple's iPhone sales are not exactly surging in Europe. The CEO of one of the region's largest wireless carriers says it's because the smartphones simply cost too much. [Read more]...
France Telecom CEO: iPhone too pricey for Europeans

Happy Independence Day: SOPA’s Cousin ACTA Fails To Make The Vote In Europe, But Is This Really The End?

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A big day today for those who have been opposed to measures like SOPA that are aimed at stronger, government-imposed measures to define and prevent counterfeiting and copyright infringement on the internet: the European Parliament has rejected the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), by a nearly-unanimous margin of 478 votes against...
Happy Independence Day: SOPA’s Cousin ACTA Fails To Make The Vote In Europe, But Is This Really The End?

French Will Ask Google To Dismantle Unified Privacy Policy Changes

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Earlier this year, in March, Google consolidated more than 70 different privacy policies into a single more unified policy that allowed it to combine user data from all Google properties into a single view. Google argued that it represented privacy simplification for users (which was true). However it also benefited...
French Will Ask Google To Dismantle Unified Privacy Policy Changes

Beatles' First Single Enters Public Domain -- In Europe

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The Beatles remain the iconic pop group, so news on VVN/Music that their very first single has now entered the public domain is something of a landmark moment in music: The Beatles first single, Love Me Do / P.S. I Love You, has entered the public domain in Europe and...
Beatles' First Single Enters Public Domain -- In Europe

Europeans, EPIC Bring More Scrutiny To Google Privacy Changes

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The controversy surrounding Google’s privacy policy changes continues on both sides of the Atlantic. The European Commission wants to look more closely at Google’s new, consolidated policy before it goes into effect on March 1, 2012. Meanwhile, back in the US, the Electronic Privacy... Please visit Marketing Land for the...
Europeans, EPIC Bring More Scrutiny To Google Privacy Changes
Incredible photos of Europe's primal traditions

How to make Europe work for your startup, from day one

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This is a guest post by Ifeelgoods co-founder and CEO Michael Amar. For too many American technology start-ups, Europe is a dirty word. Classically, US start-ups have pursued the European market after their Series B or C funding rounds, or even later. Many companies only consider Europe when their US growth begins...
How to make Europe work for your startup, from day one
Where Europe's subscribers are -- and aren't

Packard Bell EasyNote LV, TV laptops bring Ivy Bridge to speed-hungry Europeans

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Most laptops being updated to Intel's Ivy Bridge processors have come from international brands, so it may be some relief to European PC buyers that Acer's local Packard Bell badge has made the leap as well. The 15.6-inch EasyNote TV and 17.3-inch LV will each use the new 22-nanometer...
Packard Bell EasyNote LV, TV laptops bring Ivy Bridge to speed-hungry Europeans

427 million Europeans are now online, 37% uses more than one device: IAB

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Yesterday, IAB Europe said the online advertising market is now worth about 21 billion euros, and today the organization is following up with a report on Internet usage across 28 European markets. According to IAB Europe’s most recent media consumption study, Mediascope Europe, there are now close to 427 million...
427 million Europeans are now online, 37% uses more than one device: IAB
Facebook wins legal battle to force Europeans to use real names online

NSA spying scandal fallout: Expect big impact in Europe and elsewhere

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This is a great day to be a conspiracy theorist. Vindication! The National Security Agency – part of the U.S. military – reportedly has a direct line into the systems of some of the world’s biggest web and tech companies, all of which are of course sited in the U.S....
NSA spying scandal fallout: Expect big impact in Europe and elsewhere

Xiaomi Phones may enter Europe next year, because China ain't big enough

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Here's a bit of good news to soak in over the weekend. After the unveiling of the Xiaomi Phone 2 (aka Mi2) in front of some 3,000 people yesterday, a reliable source informed us that the Chinese startup is already looking to bring its highly affordable phones to Europe...
Xiaomi Phones may enter Europe next year, because China ain't big enough

Get rid of 'digital handcuffs', says European Commission vice-president

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Neelie Kroes echoes comments made by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, backing open web and saying rigid approach can limit innovationThe openness of the web needs to be protected and "digital handcuffs" need to be removed, Neelie Kroes, the vice-president of the European Commission with responsibility for Europe's digital agenda, has said.Speaking...
Get rid of 'digital handcuffs', says European Commission vice-president

Nokia Lumia 910 headed to Europe with a 12MP camera

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While Americans eagerly await Nokia’s Lumia 900 Windows Phone, Europeans have something even better to look forward to: the Lumia 910. The newer model will sport a 12 megapixel shooter, an upgrade over the 8MP camera on the Lumia 800 and 900, according to a product page  by Dutch retailer...
Nokia Lumia 910 headed to Europe with a 12MP camera

Nokia Lumia 910 detailed in Dutch

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12-megapixel Mango action? Remember the Nokia Lumia 900 that was unveiled over in Vegas at CES? Sure you do. You probably also know Nokia has yet to announce the launch of the LTE packing handset outside of the States, despite Carphone Warehouse suggesting it could land in June. But...
Nokia Lumia 910 detailed in Dutch

HTC shutting down Watch movies in six countries by May 31st

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While there are signs HTC's fortunes might turn a corner through the launch of the One, few would doubt that its finances could use some streamlining. The company has just outlined one of the ways it will be pinching pennies: it's closing its Watch movie stores in Denmark, Italy,...
HTC shutting down Watch movies in six countries by May 31st

Motorola slices out Razr smartphone bootloader lock

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'Developer Edition' handset in-bound Motorola is to offer Europeans a version of its new Razr smartphone with an unlocked bootloader.…...
Motorola slices out Razr smartphone bootloader lock
Why European forecasters saw Sandy's path first
How Google Is Battling Its Rivals For Tech Territory, Sneakily And Brazenly

Amazon Appstore launches in UK, Western Europe

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The Amazon Appstore is now available to Europeans in a localized format. The Android-based service from Amazon is up and running in the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain, with prices in local currency and a more regionalized list of apps being featured on its front page. The timing of...
Amazon Appstore launches in UK, Western Europe
Apple rolling out new iPad on Friday to South Korea and 11 other countries
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