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#GDPR compliance: Manetu to the rescue?

#GDPR compliance: Manetu to the rescue?

| March 18, 2020

On 11 March, Swedish regulators slapped Google with a $7.6 million fine for failing to adequately respond to customers’ requests to have their personal information removed from the search engine’s listings. The penalty was the ninth-highest since the EU’s watershed General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) kicked into force in May 2018–yet it paled in comparison to […]

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Railway technologies in global leadership and in the perspectives of ‘Green Thinking’ people

Railway technologies in global leadership and in the perspectives of ‘Green Thinking’ people

| January 29, 2020

Railway history goes back almost 2000 years, and today it has developed so far that the countries can compete for the most advanced railway technologies in the global market. Besides, in many places in the world the industry starts using renewable energy instead of the diesel. The global transport demand increases rapidly. Taking into consideration […]

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#FemTech – Millions of women could benefit from new non-invasive treatment for pelvic floor dysfunctions

#FemTech – Millions of women could benefit from new non-invasive treatment for pelvic floor dysfunctions

| July 23, 2019

Dr. Elan Ziv has developed a device that could transform the lives of women living with pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Visiting Brussels, we took the opportunity to interview him and find out more about a completely novel non-surgical and disposable management option for women with POP.  ConTIPI develops non-invasive and disposable vaginal devices for various […]

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#ESFA – New #EU rules will make losing weight more difficult

#ESFA – New #EU rules will make losing weight more difficult

| September 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Specialist dieting products will become more expensive, less tasty and go off quicker after socialist MEPs blocked Conservative attempts to overturn new European Union rules, says Conservative Food Safety Spokesman Julie Girling MEP. It is feared that changes to so-called total diet replacement products (TDRs) will see people opt for self-led diets, which often do […]

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Commission clears 21st Century Fox’s proposed acquisition of Sky, but there are still hurdles ahead

Commission clears 21st Century Fox’s proposed acquisition of Sky, but there are still hurdles ahead

The European Commission has given its unconditional approval to the proposed acquisition of Sky by Twenty-First Century Fox. The Commission concluded the transaction would raise no competition concerns in Europe. However, this may not be the end of the saga. Australian mogul Rupert Murdoch is already the owner of the deeply eurosceptic Sun and Times […]

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UK retail sales show little sign of post-#Brexit vote slowdown

UK retail sales show little sign of post-#Brexit vote slowdown

| September 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

British retail sales softened only slightly in August after a bumper July, suggesting June’s vote to leave the EU has had little impact on shoppers’ willingness to spend, official figures showed on Thursday (15 September) write David Milliken and William Schomberg. Spending by shoppers has been largely robust in the wake of June’s referendum decision […]

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