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Europe poised to take advantage of #LegalTechBoom

Europe poised to take advantage of #LegalTechBoom

| January 13, 2020

If the unprecedented investment levels recorded in 2019 are any indication, legal tech is gearing up for large-scale disruption. Funding for the sector had already comfortably slid past the $1 billion threshold by the end of the third quarter of last year, overtaking the previous year’s total by some margin and notching up a number […]

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#Microsoft Exams and Certifications with use of exam dumps: Guide for IT specialists

#Microsoft Exams and Certifications with use of exam dumps: Guide for IT specialists

| January 6, 2020

Microsoft is a leading tech company that produces a broad spectrum of qualitative products used in all the spheres of our life, leave alone the in-demand work environment. It’s not a wonder that a credential offered by this software company can improve network specialists’ career, or equip database professionals for future IT jobs. For you […]

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#France and others plan tax clampdown on #DigitalGiants

#France and others plan tax clampdown on #DigitalGiants

| January 2, 2020

Paris is not alone among capitals in Europe and beyond in proposing a tax on big tech firms. US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said the government was exploring whether to open similar investigations into the digital services taxes of Austria, Italy and Turkey. Here are some of the others: BRITAIN Prime Minister Boris Johnson has […]

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Parliament keeps up pressure to tax #DigitalEconomy more fairly

Parliament keeps up pressure to tax #DigitalEconomy more fairly

| December 20, 2019

MEPs press EU to engage fully in international efforts to tax the digital economy, while still being prepared to act at EU level if global plans fail. As international talks at OECD level on taxation systems for the digital economy entered a new phase in October, MEPs quizzed the Commission on its strategy on Monday (16 […]

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#Yubo raises the stakes for established social media

#Yubo raises the stakes for established social media

| December 12, 2019

With the announcement that French start-up and friend-making app Yubo raised €11.2 million in fresh funds from major French private equity firms, it has become abundantly clear that the digital market is undergoing a fundamental change – one that will see a change of guard among the leading social media apps and a redefinition of what constitutes […]

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Europe and America have a Right To Know About #5G Cell Phone Safety

Europe and America have a Right To Know About #5G Cell Phone Safety

| November 27, 2019

Google announced they are testing a new 5G smartphone, a move that aims to expand the company further into the branded hardware market, writes Theodora Scarato, executive director of Environmental Health Trust. On 10 September, Apple launched three new iPhones (iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max). Not to be shut out of […]

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Governing the Global Commons

Governing the Global Commons

| October 18, 2019

The European Union has the chance to shape the digital market for the better for the next generation. As digital citizens, it’s our responsibility to keep track of the issues that matter – writes Nayef Al-Rodhan. When the newly appointed European Commissioners officially take up their posts on 1st November, some very important technology policy questions […]

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