On July 10, 2023, the European Commission officially approved a new agreement with the US to allow the transfer of personal data again across the Atlantic.
The EU member states, with the support of the European Commission and ENISA (European Union Agency for Cybersecurity), published on June 15 the Second report on Member States’ progress in implementing the EU Toolbox on 5G Cybersecurity.
The European Union has granted approval to semiconductor research projects worth 8 billion euros in public funds as part of its efforts to strengthen the bloc’s domestic chip-supply chain.
The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) has sided with Big Tech, following campaigns to force tech giants to invest in 5G infrastructure.
GSMA and ETNO have prepared their demands as part of feedback to the European Commission which launched a consultation into the issue in February. The deadline for responses is Friday, May 19th.
The EU has cleared Microsoft’s acquisition of the largest video game developer and distributor Activision Blizzard, creator of popular games like Call of Duty, Hearthstone, and World of Warcraft.
European Commission has awarded the Spanish wireless telecom infrastructure and services company 4 works and 2 studies for the deployment of 5G infrastructure in cross-border corridors.
The European Commission’s foreign aid department invested €387,000 to throw a party in the metaverse in an attempt to get young people interested in the European Union, but only five people showed up, Politico reported.
Regulation which aims to limit the dominant role of large online platforms, entered into force on November 1st, and will be enforced from 2 May 2023.
IE-Energy, a startup company based in Rijeka, received approval for a subsidy of 19.8 million euros for the project to build an electrical energy storage system at the grid level.