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112/2014
June 12, 2014

European Policies

Kroes: Inclusive governance for a global Internet
New Europe (June 11, 2014) 'World Summit on Information Society is a living example of how governments, civil society and private companies can work together to bridge the digital divide.Let's capture the opportunity. Let's find a clear position and a clear voice within this global debate.'     read more...
Tax Probe Targets U.S. Firms
The Wall Street Journal (June 11, 2014) European Union regulators have opened formal investigations into the tax practices of Apple, Starbucks and a Luxembourg-based division of Fiat SpA, as part of a broader probe into whether multinational companies have enjoyed sweeter tax deals than are permitted under EU law.     read more...
BEREC issues opinion on relevant markets
Europolitics (June 10, 2014) In its opinion on relevant markets, published on 9 June, the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) takes issue with the deregulation of the fixed telephony market proposed by the European Commission. On the other hand, it supports the proposed solution for broadband. In some member states, there is not sufficient access to broadband to make the internet a viable alternative to fixed lines     read more...
No agreement on internet governance
Europolitics (June 6, 2014) The member states have tried once again to agree on internet governance, during an informal discussion behind closed doors after the Telecoms Council in Luxembourg, on 6 June. The Greek EU Presidency has run out of time to reach conclusions on internet governance, and on the strategy presented by the European Commission. UK, Sweden and Germany have emphasised that governments should not play a more important role than 'other stakeholders' in multi-party internet governance in order to avoid countries such as China and Russia gaining too much control.     read more...
Council confirms dismantling of telecoms package
Europolitics (June 6, 2014) The British want to keep to the issues of roaming and net neutrality, but the Germans are more nuanced, since net neutrality touches on the cultural competences of the Lander. The French are avoiding taking a position on net neutrality. Everyone rules out the establishment of a single pan-European authorisation and is reluctant to give up competences in the area of frequency management. Italy will therefore inherit the hot potato as it prepares to make the digital economy a key subject of its Presidency.     read more...
Connected continent package agreement hoped by end 2014
Agence Europe (June 7, 2014) 'We have noted encouraging results (…). We have a good basis to continue the work under the Italian Presidency', said Greek Secretary of State for Infrastructure, Transport and Networks Michalis Papadopoulos in Luxembourg on 6 June. 'I am pleased with the results achieved today (…). It is important to show the European citizens that, when it comes to the important questions, everything possible will be done to boost economic growth, to create jobs (…). Businesses must invest in the digital economy, we need this to support recovery', said Digital Strategy Commissioner Neelie Kroes.     read more...
GSMA Calls for More Ambitious Reforms to Europe's Telecoms Regulations
Cellular News (June 6, 2014) Following today's Telecoms Council meeting, the GSMA has called on European governments and the new European Parliament to urge the European Commission to accelerate work on a broader reform of the EU's regulatory framework for electronic communications.     read more...
Italian Presidency vows telecoms reform by end of 2014
EurActiv (June 9, 2014) Italy’s incoming presidency of the EU will focus on adopting the entire telecoms reform by the end of the year and will avoid splitting the package to put aside the most controversial issues, a member of the Italian government told EurActiv.     read more...
Almunia and Google in the firing line
European Voice (June 12, 2014) The European Commission has started sending out formal letters to the near-20 companies that have brought antitrust complaints against Google to explain why it intends to accept the search giant’s settlement offer.     read more...
EU privacy laws will apply to U.S. companies who do business in Europe
Computer World (June 6, 2014) EU justice ministers on Friday reached a partial agreement on planned new data privacy laws, but they still disagree about how to implement them. Ministers agreed on the rules that govern international data transfers and on the territorial scope of the data protection regulation. In short, EU data protection laws will apply to non-European companies if they do business in the EU.     read more...
Europe to force Google, Facebook to abide by EU privacy rules
The Irish Times (June 6, 2014) Companies based outside the European Union must meet Europe’s data protection rules, ministers agreed on Friday, although governments remain divided over how to enforce them on companies. The agreement to force Internet companies such as Google and Facebook to abide by EU rules is a first step in a wider reform package to tighten privacy laws - an issue that gained prominence following revelations of US spying in Europe.     read more...
Commission points to innovation reforms to sustain economic recovery
Europa.eu (June 10, 2014) The European Commission has today highlighted the importance of research and innovation (R&I) investments and reforms for economic recovery in the European Union, and made proposals to help EU Member States maximise the impact of their budgets at a time when many countries still face spending constraints.     read more...
Partenariat transatlantique: Axelle Lemaire prône la transparence sur le numérique
Silicon.fr (June 4, 2014) The French Secretary of State for Digital Issues met earlier this week Neelie Kroes, Vice President of the European Commission responsible for the EU Digital Agenda. Axelle Lemaire reaffirmed the importance of the digital component of Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Most sensitive topics would be: competitiveness and sovereignty of the parties, intellectual property, cybersecurity, processing and data protection.     read more...
Joanna Shields calls on EU leaders to elect a 'digital president'
TechWorld (June 4, 2014) ech City UK chairman Joanna Shields has called upon the EU to elect a president that realises the importance of entrepreneurship and technology in Europe’s future growth. In an open letter published today, titled It’s Time for the 'Digital Generation' to lead change, Shields argues that elected leaders of the EU should nominate a 'digital president' who can ensure that the needs of the people building Europe’s digital future are included in driving the region's political and economic progress.     read more...
Telefónica close to gaining approval on E-Plus German bid
Fierce Wireless Europe (June 9, 2014) European competition regulators are reportedly on the brink of clearing Telefónica's planned €8.6 billion ($11.7 billion) acquisition of E-Plus in Germany. Joaquín Almunia, the head of the EU's antitrust unit, is happy with proposals submitted by the Spanish telecoms company that would enable new players to enter the German market to maintain competition in the country, the Wall Street Journal reported.     read more...

Global Policies

Net Neutrality and Modern Memory
AT&T Public Policy Blog (June 6, 2014) By Jim Cicconi. I saw last month’s House Commerce hearing with Chairman Wheeler and was struck once again by the animated discussion revolving around 'paid prioritization', 'fast lanes/slow lanes', and Section 706 authority versus Title II regulation. The debate feels a bit like the movie Groundhog Day… we’ve all been here before. And just as in 2010, there doesn’t seem to be a common understanding of 'paid prioritization', the FCC’s 706 authority, or the scope of Title II regulation.     read more...
Vodafone reveals scale of state surveillance demands on network
Financial Times (June 6, 2014) Vodafone has revealed the extent to which governments around the world have ordered the British telecoms group to open up its networks for surveillance. In a report published today, the group said that six of the 29 countries in which it operates had direct access to data stored within its network, giving governments 'permanent access to customer communications via their own direct link'.     read more...
Vodafone Prompts Protests Over Government Wiretapping
Bloomberg (June 7, 2014) The disclosure by Vodafone Group Plc (VOD) spurred a new round of protests by privacy advocates about the scope of surveillance.'One year after the Snowden revelations, this shows again the scale of collection by governments,' European Union Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding told reporters in Luxembourg on June 6. 'There should not be unregulated, direct and automatic mass access by law enforcement authorities to data of citizens held by private companies -- only where there is a clear suspicion.'     read more...
Deutsche Telekom to follow Vodafone in revealing surveillance
The Guardian (June 6, 2014) Germany's biggest telecoms company is to follow Vodafone in disclosing for the first time the number of surveillance requests it receives from governments around the world. Deutsche Telekom, which owns half of Britain's EE mobile network and operates in 14 countries including the US, Spain and Poland, has already published surveillance data for its home nation – one of the countries that have reacted most angrily to the Edward Snowden revelations.     read more...
Europe: Dutch proposal would protect KPN from takeover
RCRWireless (June 11, 2014) Following América Móvil's failed bid to takeover KPN last year, the Dutch government is now floating a proposal that would allow it to intervene in any telecom acquisition that had 'implications for national security.'     read more...
Videos may make up 84 percent of internet traffic by 2018: Cisco
Reuters (June 9, 2014) Video consumption of the World Cup alone will generate nearly as much Internet traffic as occurred in all of Australia in 2013, according to a new Cisco Systems Inc report that shows growth in Internet traffic is fueled by video. The report, released on Tuesday, comes as the Federal Communications Commision debates legislation on Internet traffic, or 'net neutrality', that could allow telecommunications companies the right to prioritize some traffic.     read more...
Thousands of European Cab Drivers Protest Uber, Taxi Apps
The Wall Street Journal (June 11, 2014) Thousands of European taxi drivers snarled traffic in cities across the continent, protesting car-hailing services provided by Uber Technologies Inc. and others. Drivers in London, Paris, Berlin and Madrid, among others, have complained that the services aren't competing on a level playing field.     read more...
Microsoft Fights Government Demand for Customer Data Stored Outside U.S.
The Wall Street Journal Blog (June 11, 2014) Microsoft is opposing a U.S. government demand for a user’s emails stored on company computers outside the country; Microsoft in a court filing dated Friday said it opposed a search warrant for information on a user’s online emails stored in Microsoft’s Ireland data center.     read more...
Internet Giants Erect Barriers to Spy Agencies
The New York Times (June 6, 2014) A year after Mr. Snowden’s revelations, the era of quiet cooperation is over. Telecommunications companies say they are denying requests to volunteer data not covered by existing law. A.T.&T., Verizon and others say that compared with a year ago, they are far more reluctant to cooperate with the United States government in 'gray areas' where there is no explicit requirement for a legal warrant.     read more...
Second Open SSL flaw discovered
The Financial Times (June 5, 2014) A second serious flaw has been found in the security software used to protect about two-thirds of all websites from cyber criminals, a month after the first, called Heartbleed, prompted consumers across the world to change their passwords. The vulnerability was reported on Thursday in the Open SSL software, best known as the technology behind the padlock shown next to a web address, but it had existed for up to 10 years.     read more...
French parliament forms a committee on digital affairs
Internet Policy Review (June 10, 2014) After years of being in reactive mode, the French parliament has just decided to set up a Commission du numérique (Committee on digital affairs). This should help French legislators come up with a set of principles meant to guide future legislation impacting the internet’s use and innovation.     read more...
Big Data, ‘spectrum crunch’ and strategies to fund new network investment emerge as hottest issues for tech regulators
ITU (June 5, 2014) Information and communication technology’s increasingly central role in almost every aspect business and social interaction is creating enormous challenges for ICT regulators and policymakers, whose decisions will have a crucial influence on the shape of tomorrow’s world, top speakers told delegates to ITU’s Global Symposium for Regulators (GSR) this week.     read more...
CIA launches Twitter and Facebook accounts
BBC (June 6, 2014) The United States Central Intelligence Agency, the CIA, has opened its first official accounts on Twitter and Facebook, it announced on Friday.'By expanding to these platforms, CIA will be able to more directly engage with the public and provide information on CIA's mission, history, and other developments,' said CIA Director John Brennan.     read more...
20 Million Chinese WeChat Accounts Closed for Links to Prostitution
Time (June 10, 2014) The Chinese company behind the popular messaging app WeChat said Tuesday that it had shut down 20 million accounts for being linked to prostitution. The purging of accounts came in response to a May government crackdown specifically against the platform     read more...
Private U.S. report accuses another Chinese military unit of hacking
Reuters (June 10, 2014) A private U.S. cybersecurity company on Monday accused a unit of China's military of conducting far-reaching hacking operations to advance the country's satellite and aerospace programs.     read more...

Digital Economy

Consolidation close in France and Italy, say reports
Telecoms (June 6, 2014) The French and Italian mobile markets could both be on the verge of significant consolidation, according to reports from news agency Reuters. In France incumbent telco Orange has set two investment banks to investigate the potential takeover of rival Bouygues, while talks have resumed between Hutchison and Vimpelcom, which own 3 Italia and Wind respectively, about a potential merger. In both instances Reuters cited unnamed sources close to the situation.     read more...
French Telecom Industry Hits Snags in Efforts to Consolidate
The Wall Street Journal (June 11, 2014) Telecommunication companies' efforts to reduce the number of mobile-phone businesses in France are running into roadblocks, potentially pushing consolidation in a cutthroat European market further onto the horizon.     read more...
Bouygues Telecom to cut 1,500 jobs in fight for survival
The Financial Times (June 11, 2014) Bouygues Telecom, France’s third-largest mobile operator by subscribers, plans to slash more than 15 per cent of its 9,000-strong workforce to stay alive in one of Europe’s most competitive markets.     read more...
Moody’s questions benefits of telecoms mergers
The Financial Times (June 10, 2014) Moody’s, the rating agency, warned that the telecoms industry could see limited benefits from sector consolidation because of its need to address competition concerns. Mergers in the telecoms sector may not reduce competitive pressures on margins and profits as much as companies have hoped, analysts at Moody’s said in a report due to be published Wednesday     read more...
Master dealmaker tests US regulators with move for T-Mobile
The Financial Times (June 5, 2014) By his past rhetorical standards, Masayoshi Son’s lobbying of regulators to allow his US mobile group Sprint to acquire rival T-Mobile US has been restrained so far. He has not, for instance, threatened to set anyone on fire. The Japanese billionaire, who controls 80 per cent of Sprint through his Softbank communications group, appears determined to test US regulators by moving ahead with plans to add the carrier to his empire, despite strong hints that Washington might block the deal.     read more...
Vodafone gains top spot as Britain's most valuable brand
The Telegraph (June 11, 2014) Vodafone has knocked Shell off the top spot as Britain’s most valuable brand, with the telecoms company’s identity valued at £17.9bn, against the oil major’s £17.3bn. The two groups regularly compete for the top spot in Brand Finance’s annual league table of most valued brands of British origin as the oil market ebbs and flows. Between this year’s survey and last year’s, Vodafone’s brand added £1.2bn, while Shell shed £1.1bn.     read more...
Why It's Not the End of the Line for Telephone Numbers
International Business Times (June 10, 2014) Back in 2011, the International Telecommunication Union released a report outlining that there were approximately six billion mobile subscriptions across the planet – just one billion less than the overall world population. Estimations pitted the total number of telephone numbers in the tens of billions. Fast forward three years and it's pretty unbelievable that many people are now predicting telephone numbers could soon become obsolete.     read more...
AT&T: DirecTV Buyout Only Way To Stay Competitive
The Wall Street Journal (June 11, 2014) AT&T's proposed $48 billion acquisition of DirecTV is the only way the two companies can compete with Comcast and Time Warner Cable in the market for bundled video and broadband service, the company told regulators.     read more...
Cyber crime costs global economy $445 billion a year
Reuters (June 9, 2014) Cyber crime costs the global economy about $445 billion every year, with the damage to business from the theft of intellectual property exceeding the $160 billion loss to individuals from hacking, according to research published on Monday.     read more...
Cyberattack Insurance a Challenge for Business
The New York Times (June 8, 2014) Specialized policies to protect against online attacks are offered by about 50 carriers, including big names like the American International Group, Chubb and Ace. As data breaches have become a reality of the business world, more companies are buying policies; demand increased 21 percent last year from 2012, according to Marsh, a risk management company and insurance broker.     read more...
Uber Gets an Uber-Valuation
The Wall Street Journal (June 6, 2014) Uber Technologies Inc.'s whopping valuation of $18.2 billion is a bet by some of the world's top investors that the car-hailing smartphone app can grow by expanding world-wide and branching into new arenas, like logistics. The five-year-old company said on Friday that it has raised $1.2 billion from a consortium of investors led by mutual-fund giant Fidelity Investments.     read more...
Orange hires banks for possible Bouygues bid
Total Telecom (June 5, 2014) Orange has hired two investment banks, Lazard and Credit Suisse, to advise it on a possible bid for rival Bouygues Telecom. Unnamed sources cited by Reuters on Wednesday said the companies have been holding talks for around six weeks about a deal potentially worth as much as €6 billion.     read more...
More fibre consolidation in Spain as Cinven buys utility network
Telecoms (June 9, 2014) The Spanish telecoms market continues to be a hotbed of consolidation, as European private equity firm Cinven on Monday announced plans to acquire a fibre network running through Spain and Latin America from Spanish natural gas utility, Gas Natural Fenosa, for €510m.     read more...
Apple Just Warned Facebook To Stay The Heck Out Of The App Store Business
Business Insider (June 10, 2014) A seemingly minor rule change for Apple's App Store is being interpreted by some as a warning shot at Facebook, which has recently emphasized its power to promote apps and drive downloads. The rule change appears to be aimed at apps that promote other apps in a way that makes them compete with the App Store, or apps that incentivize downloads of other apps — app spam, in other words.     read more...
Huawei to open 'innovation powerhouse' in UK
Total Telecom (June 11, 2014) Huawei's rotating CEO Guo Ping has revealed the location of the company's forthcoming U.K. R&D centre. The facility will be established in Bristol and will employ 30 staff tasked with researching future technologies in the areas of ICT chips, software and analogue chips. It is due to be operational by the end of this year.     read more...

Tech & Services

How '3D' phones just might be the future
Cnet (June 9, 2014) Amazon may be a unveiling a 3D smartphone next week, Google has Project Tango, and Microsoft is reportedly working on its own hands-free controls. 3D is poised to go big.     read more...
Inmarsat to Launch Pan-European In-Flight Broadband
The Wall Street Journal (June 5, 2014) More airline passengers will be able to tap broadband in the sky to watch live video or stream music on European flights thanks to a new system set up by U.K. satellite communications company Inmarsat. British Airways, a unit of International Consolidated Airlines Group, is in talks to become the launch customer for the system, which combines satellite and air-to-ground 4G connectivity, and that Inmarsat hopes will make in-flight broadband more common in Europe.     read more...
Google reveals tablet that can sense the world in 3D
The Verge (June 5, 2014) Google's Project Tango smartphone uses a variety of sensors to see and map the world around it in 3D, and now Google is building all of that functionality into a tablet. The Project Tango Tablet, being unveiled today, comes four months after Google announced the initial experimental smartphone, which it's developing as a way to improve indoor mapping and visual assistance, and even offer new avenues for gaming. The tablet will be sold as a $1,024 development kit later this year.     read more...
Computer passes 'Turing Test' for the first time after convincing users it is human
The Telegraph (June 8, 2014) A 'super computer' has duped humans into thinking it is a 13-year-old boy to become the first machine to pass the 'iconic' Turing Test, experts have said. Five machines were tested at the Royal Society in central London to see if they could fool people into thinking they were humans during text-based conversations.     read more...
Apple to make 3-5 million smartwatches monthly, sales begin October
Reuters (June 6, 2014) Apple Inc is preparing to sell its first wearable device this October, aiming to produce 3 million to 5 million smartwatches a month in its initial run, the Nikkei reported on Friday, citing an unidentified parts supplier and sources familiar with the matter.     read more...
The race is on for flexible, wearable technology
Android Authority (June 9, 2014) DTechEx has recently published a series of reports that contain some very interesting insights into what the future of wearable technology and smartphones might look like. There’s talk of flexible, wearable smartphones that can charge themselves directly from sunlight, displays that can be rolled up, and fancy technical terms like transparent electrodes, barrier layers, and nanowires.     read more...
Monitoring 4.0: How to track of the Internet of Things
Business Spectator (June 11, 2014) We’ve all seen the numbers around the Internet of Things (IoT). Experts predict that by 2020, the IoT will reach 26 billion units and hundreds of billions in revenue. While it’s safe to say the IoT will be transformative for businesses, all of the possibilities opened up by these new connected devices will also bring new challenges to overcome.     read more...
Sony outplays Nintendo in game console sales
The Financial Times (June 9, 2014) Sony has topped Nintendo in annual sales of video game consoles for the first time in eight years – a bittersweet victory as both Japanese companies have failed to stop customers from abandoning specialised game equipment in favour of smartphones.     read more...
Meet Pepper, the Robot Who Can Read Your Emotions
Time (June 8, 2014) A robot designed to read—and more importantly, respond to—users’ moods was unveiled this week by Softbank, a Japanese internet company. 'Our aim is to develop affectionate robots that can make people smile,' said Masayoshi Son, the billionaire behind Softbank. The humanoid, which is set to go on sale in Japan in February 2015, will cost about 198,000 yen ($1,900).     read more...
Google unseats Microsoft as the U.S. browser powerhouse
Computer World (June 6, 2014) Google has unseated rival Microsoft as the leading browser maker in the U.S. for the first time, Adobe said this week, citing data from its analytics platform. The rise in Google's domestic fortunes followed Microsoft's reduction to second fiddle worldwide in May 2013.     read more...
H-P To Challenge IBM In Supercomputing With Apollo
The Wall Street Journal (June 9, 2014) Hewlett-PackardHPQ is taking on International Business Machines in high-end supercomputers, the latest sign that H-P is doubling down on technology hardware while IBM pulls back from the market. On Monday, H-P announced two new computer server products under the new Apollo brand name.     read more...
Interview – CityFibre Talk 1Gb FTTP Rollout with Sky Broadband and TalkTalk
ISPreview (June 9, 2014) The Director of Strategy and Policy at urban fibre optic developer CityFibre, Mark Collins, has today revealed more to ISPreview.co.uk about their Joint Venture plans with Sky Broadband and TalkTalk to roll-out an 'ultra-fast' 1000Mbps capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP/H) broadband network for UK homes in three cities, starting with York.     read more...
The Digital Ecosystem Paradox – Learning to Move to Better Digital Design Outcomes
blog.opengroup.org (June 10, 2014) Many new digital technologies introduce step change in performance that would have been cost prohibitive in the previous technology generations. But in some industries the technology cost per outcome have be steadily rising in some industries. In the healthcare market the cost per treatment of health care technology was highlighted in a MIT Technology Review article.     read more...
Ranking The Best And Worst Internet Service Providers Based On Netflix Speed. Where Does Yours Rank?
Uproxx (June 10, 2014) Netflix obviously relies heavily on Internet Service Providers to provide a good user experience for its customers, and with the battle over Net Neutrality, the streaming service is attempting to help pressure ISPs into providing better service by alerting customers to the best and worst ISPs for Netflix speed.     read more...
Nokia achieves 4G speed 400 times faster than offered in India
The Economic Times (June 11, 2014) Finnish telecom firm Nokia today said it demonstrated a record 4G speed that enables a high-definition movie to be downloaded in only 11 seconds. The speed attained by Nokia on a South Korean network is 400 times faster than the top 4G options offered by telecom operators in India.     read more...

Focus on

ETNO-MLex Regulatory Summit 2014
Brussels (June 25, 2014)
The purpose of the Summit is to create a platform for up to 200 high level delegates representing telecom operators, the EU institutions, regulators, academics, investors and other industry stakeholders to discuss key EU regulatory issues. Two panel discussions will cover 'Net Neutrality and enabling innovation in the Internet value chain' and 'The future of telecoms regulation and competition policies in Europe' .     read more...

Video



Cisco: Videos May Make Up 84 Percent Of Internet Traffic By 2018.
Video consumption of the World Cup alone will generate nearly as much Internet traffic as occurred in all of Australia in 2013.

This raises questions about whether Internet service providers should prioritize traffic (June 10, 2014)

Press Releases

Telefónica, China Unicom and THTI form an open innovation partnership (June 10, 2014)
Telefónica, China Unicom and Tsinghua Holdings Technology and Innovation (THTI) will promote a global digital ecosystem of open innovation, based on the existing successful Wayra and Virtue Inno Valley alliance.


Deutsche Telekom and Allianz enter into a digital alliance (June 6, 2014)
Allianz and Deutsche Telekom are joining forces to launch digital services for retail and corporate customers.


Swisscom offers 4G/LTE roaming in 10 more markets (June 10, 2014)
Swisscom has extended 4G/LTE roaming to an additional 10 countries, including Brazil, in time for summer.


Telefónica and Dolby Sign a Global Agreement to Drive the Adoption of Premium Entertainment in Smartphones (June 9, 2014)
Telefónica to optimize premium devices for mobile entertainment with high-quality Dolby sound, offering more immersive experiences.


Elisa tests LTE-Advanced technology (June 10, 2014)
Estonian mobile operator Elisa has announced that it has tested LTE-Advanced technology on its network. Speeds of up to 300 Mbps were reached.


Reports

Cisco Visual Networking Index: Forecast and Methodology, 2013–2018
Cisco (June 10, 2014)


Life Cycle Assessment of ICT
Journal of Industrial Ecology (May 16, 2014)


U.S. Digital Video Benchmark
Adobe (June 2014)


Law Enforcement Disclosure Report
Vodafone (June 6, 2014)


Net Losses – Estimating the Global Cost of Cybercrime
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and McAfee (June 9, 2014)


Numbers

Average Global Internet Bandwidth Usage


Source: Cisco


Next Week

Internet of Things World (June 17-18, 2014)
Palo Alto, Silicon Valley, USA


Cloud World Forum (June 17-18, 2014)
London, UK


Events

LTE World Summit
Amsterdam, Netherlands (June 23-25, 2014)

Strengthening Data Protection Standards in Europe: Towards a Harmonised European Digital Market
Brussels, Belgium (July 1, 2014)

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