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Belgium referred to CJEU over independence of telecoms regulator

The European Commission has referred Belgium to the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) because it believes Belgian law “does not guarantee” the independence of the country’s national telecoms regulator. 17 Oct 2014

Researchers reveal vulnerability of smart meters to hacking

Security researchers investigating smart meters widely used in Spain have said the devices can be hacked to under-report energy use. 17 Oct 2014

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Outsourcing companies would be beneficiaries of predicted 'fourth revolution' of radical scaled-down government, says Economist editor

A radical scaling down of the size of government and the scope of public services would create opportunities for outsourcing companies and firms running services for governments, according to John Micklethwait, editor in chief of The Economist.  08 Oct 2014

New German data centre to operate European ‘Intercloud’ service

T-Systems, a subsidiary of German telecoms provider Deutsche Telekom, said it is working with US-based Cisco to develop cloud services in Europe which are as secure as data centres and meet EU and German data protection requirements. 30 Sep 2014

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