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UK business and research groups worry about 'prescriptive' data protection reforms

UK business groups are concerned that reforms to EU data protection laws will be too "prescriptive", according to a new report. 19 Dec 2014

Mobile operators agree binding deal with UK government on network coverage

The four largest mobile network operators (MNOs) in the UK have reached a "binding agreement" with the UK government on measures designed to improve the scope of the coverage they offer to consumers.   18 Dec 2014

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Microsoft: Irish data disclosure case 'fundamental to the future of global technology'

The support that Microsoft has received from other technology and media organisations for its challenge against a US court ruling that ordered it to disclose EU-held customer data to US authorities shows that the case is "fundamental to the future of global... 18 Dec 2014

EU court rules on right to bring parallel cases before national and EU competition regulators

Businesses cannot raise a complaint about alleged anti-competitive behaviour by a rival with the European Commission and expect the EU regulator to investigate if a national regulator has already launched a probe into the same issue, a new ruling has clarified.... 17 Dec 2014

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