WebAngel Archive

  • Euro area unemployment rate at 10.5% – EU28 at 9.1%

    The euro area (EA19) seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate was 10.5% in November 2015, down from 10.6% in October 2015, and from 11.5% in November 2014. This is the lowest rate recorded in the euro area since October 2011. The EU28 unemployment rate was 9.1% in November […]

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  • MEPs and parliamentarians from African, Caribbean and Pacific countries discussed migration, human rights and refugees

    MEPs discussed migration, human rights and refugees in EU. Please read More here  and let us know what is your opinion.

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  • Europol: deal on new powers to step up EU police cooperation and fight terrorism

    New powers in EU politician’s hands: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/fi/news-room/content/20151130IPR05456/html/Europol-deal-on-new-powers-to-step-up-EU-police-cooperation-and-fight-terrorism The EU police agency Europol will be able to step up efforts to fight terrorism, cybercrime and other criminal offences and respond faster, thanks to a deal struck by Parliament and Council on new governance rules endorsed by […]

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  • Environment MEPs oppose new GM maize authorization

    Tuesday 01.12.2015 New resolution says the Commission should not authorise the use of glyphosate-tolerant GM maize NK603 x T25 in food and feed. The Commission should suspend any authorisations for GM food and feed as long as the procedure, currently under review, has not been […]

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  • Have your say on measures related to the end of roaming charges in the EU

    The Commission has just launched a public consultation to gather views on technical measures related to the end of roaming charges in the EU. The European Parliament completed the process of adoption of a new Regulation that will abolish roaming charges when travelling in the EU from 15th June 2017. […]

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  • How Debian and other open-source projects are making software more trustworthy

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/2983016/software/how-debian-and-other-open-source-projects-are-making-software-more-trustworthy.html Why you should care There’s typically been no way to actually check that a binary was compiled from some source code. Even compiling that application a second time and comparing the two binaries wouldn’t work, as you’d need to reproduce the exact build environment […]

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  • Cybersecurity and privacy

    Web-based attacks in the EU and around the world increased by 36% during 2011. Unsurprisingly, security against online accidents and crime has become central to consumer confidence and the online economy. The European Union is promoting cyber security on a number of fronts. The EU’s […]

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  • EU seeks views on the Satellite and Cable Directive

    The European Commission is asking whether EU rules which define where and how satellite broadcasters and cable companies should clear copyright are up-to-date, in a public consultation launched today. It is also seeking views on the impact of extending these rules to cover broadcasters’ services […]

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  • eCall in all new cars from April 2018

    Today the European Parliament voted in favour of eCall regulation which requires all new cars be equipped with eCall technology from April 2018. In the event of a serious accident, eCall automatically dials 112 – Europe’s single emergency number. It communicates the vehicle’s exact location […]

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  • Home-based treatment of autism

    Published on 13/04/2015 Much can still be done to improve autism treatment, besides finding a cure. The MICHELANGELO project, which ended in March, has developed a set of technologies for personalised, home-based behaviour monitoring and treatment of patients. For a child suffering from autism, a […]

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