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BRUSSELS, October 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dear Ministers, As stewards of Europe's future generations, you will be all too aware that as early as the age
New cyber security proposals in the European Union (EU) could force companies to report when their systems are attacked. This proposal is part of the EU’s commitment to battle cyber-crime as well as protect its citizens from cyber-attacks.
As part of a concerted effort to boost scientific research amongst its member nations, the European Commission announced two $1.3-billion winners of its Future and Emerging Technologies competition.
The European Union made a move on Thursday to get its foot in the cloud computing door, saying it could deliver 2.5 million new jobs to Europe.
The web conferencing service, provided by ISL Online on the EuroCloud Day 2012, was a success.
Not enough is done by social networking sites such as Facebook to protect children from potential dangers like online bullying and pedophiles.
More than three-quarters of children in Europe have a profile on one or more social networking sites, and about 1 in 5 under the age of thirteen have a Facebook profile despite age restrictions.
European Union regulators ended a decade-long anti-trust dispute with computer giant Microsoft after reaching a deal that would open up new PCs to rival Internet browsers.