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More than 90% of Europeans are concerned about mobile apps collecting their data without their consent. Today, an important step was taken to finalize EU data protection rules to help restore that confidence. Ministers in the Council reached a General Approach on the new data protection rules, confirming the approach taken in the Commission’s proposal […]

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Last year, the European commission launched a ten-year, $1.6 billion project to create a supercomputer simulation of the human brain, dubbed the Human Brain Project. The scientists lay out their concerns in an open letter, taking issue with the projects overly narrow approach, leading to a significant risk that it would fail to meet its […]

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A coordinated effort to create panic about the health of Bulgarias banking system has led the European Commission to extend a credit line of 3.3 billion lev ($2.3 billion USD). Bugarian President Rosen Plevneliev and other government leaders have sought to avert a crisis by emphasizing that all money stored with the countrys banking institutions is safe. […]

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