Friday, 19 July 2019

Internet News: ITV, BBC to offer BritBox at 6 pounds per month in UK

(Reuters - British broadcasters ITV and the BBC said on Friday they would launch streaming service BritBox in the UK at nearly 6 pounds ($7.51) per month, giving subscribers access to hit shows such as "Love Island", "Gentleman Jack" and "Coronation Street".
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Internet News: ITV, BBC agree to offer BritBox at 6 pounds/month in UK

(Reuters - British broadcaster ITV said on Friday it had finalised an agreement with public broadcaster BBC to launch streaming service BritBox in the UK at nearly 6 pounds ($7.51) per month for high-definition services.
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Thursday, 18 July 2019

Internet News: Transport app FlixMobility gets Germany's biggest tech funding round to drive growth

Transport app FlixMobility has raised around 500 million euros ($561 million) in Germany's biggest tech funding round to date to back investments in its expansion, sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
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Internet News: Cyber expert charged in huge Bulgarian data hack is bailed

A cybersecurity expert accused of involvement in hacking the personal data of millions of Bulgarian taxpayers was conditionally released on Wednesday after prosecutors downgraded charges against him.
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Internet News: India queries Chinese app TikTok after call for ban by Hindu group

India's IT ministry has asked Chinese video app TikTok, one of the world's most popular, to explain how it collects user data and creates awareness for safe use of its platform, according to government officials and a document seen by Reuters.
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