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EU welcomes Orban's scrapping of Internet tax

EU welcomes Orban's scrapping of Internet tax

No Internet tax for Hungary

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Keep Calm & Pay Your Taxes

Quo vadis Hungary? Internet tax for 2015

FIDESZ, the right-wing ruling party in Hungary, is planning to levy an unprecedented tax for internet data traffic.

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What does the World look like to the internet?

What does the World look like to the internet?

The map here shows what our the globe looks like to the internet.

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EU Commission Agenda Priorities

EU Commission Agenda Priorities

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Building European Civil Society - New tools and social media platforms

Building European Civil Society - New tools and social media platforms

On the 12th and 13th of December, the city of Vilnius (Lithuania) hosted the closing conference of the European Citizens' Year.

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When will NATO missiles fly in a Cyber War?

When will NATO missiles fly in a Cyber War?

A 12-storey building in Shanghai where PLA Unit 61398 resides gives no indication that this is the centre of a recent media storm.

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Social Media can be a shortcut to a common society

Time to Get Real: The Past is Not our Future

National States lose their advantage and tomorrows leaders are prepared. But they are not the ones who decide today.

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Polish Members of Parliament Protest against ACTA

ACTA Protests

“Government of the People, by the Lobby Groups, for the Corporations”

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