Wednesday, 29 January 2020

Internet News: EU countries can restrict or ban high risk 5G providers, impact on Huawei

EU countries can restrict or ban high-risk 5G vendors from core parts of their telecoms networks, according to new EU guidelines announced on Wednesday, a move likely to hurt China's Huawei Technologies {HWT.UL} but unlikely to appease the United States.
Read the full story at EU countries can restrict or ban high risk 5G providers, impact on Huawei on the Reuters website.
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Internet News: EU countries to announce 5G guidelines on Wednesday, impact likely on Huawei

The European Commission will on Wednesday announce guidelines allowing EU countries to restrict or exclude high-risk 5G vendors from core parts of their networks, a move likely to hurt China's Huawei Technologies but which may not appease the United States.
Read the full story at EU countries to announce 5G guidelines on Wednesday, impact likely on Huawei on the Reuters website.
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Internet News: Chair of key U.S. House subcommittee eyes online election content changes

The chair of a key U.S. House Committee on consumer protection said she is exploring legislation around a federal law that exempts online platforms from legal liability for the material their users post, focusing on online content posted on elections.
Read the full story at Chair of key U.S. House subcommittee eyes online election content changes on the Reuters website.
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Tuesday, 28 January 2020

Internet News: Facebook VP of engineering Jay Parikh says leaving company

Facebook's vice president of engineering, Jay Parikh, said in a post on the social network on Tuesday that he was planning to leave the company, marking the exit of another key executive following a string of high-profile departures last year.
Read the full story at Facebook VP of engineering Jay Parikh says leaving company on the Reuters website.
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Internet News: U.S. files lawsuits over robocall scams, cites 'massive financial losses'

The U.S. government on Tuesday sued five U.S. companies and three individuals, alleging they were behind hundreds of millions of fraudulent robocalls that scammed elderly Americans and others into "massive financial losses."
Read the full story at U.S. files lawsuits over robocall scams, cites 'massive financial losses' on the Reuters website.
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