Europe’s plan to combat kiddie fiddlers worry privacy experts
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Turns out that it might just be an excuse to spy on everyone

The European Commission’s plan to combat child sexual abuse material online is already raising privacy concerns.

Europe wants an integrated global watchdog alliance to curb US tech company power
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Close all loop holes

Europe's antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager called on Thursday for a global approach towards Big Tech to close any loop holes they might exploit.

Russian hackers attacking European wind farms
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That is a nice alternative to Russian gas, it would be a pity if anything happened to it 

While Russia is cutting off the gas supply to Bulgaria and Poland over their support to Ukraine, it appears that its hackers are trying to stop a move to green energy.

Amazon Europe pays no tax on 51.3 billion euros of sales
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Apparently it lost 1.16 billion euros

Amazon's main European retail business reported 1.16 billion euros ($1.26 billion) of losses in 2021.

China spending $150 billion to upgrade on semiconductor production
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Only a matter of time

The Chinese government has been spending over $150 billion by 2030.

Nvidia silently raises RTX 3000 series prices in Europe
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up by 6.5 percent

Nvidia has silently increased European prices of its RTX 3000 series Founders Edition graphics cards, to anywhere between 5 and 6.5 percent.

Intel wants US and Europe to press ahead with sweeteners to big chip makers
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Gelsinger awaits your cheque

Chipzilla Chief Executive Officer [kicking] Pat Gelsinger urged the US and Europe to push ahead with efforts to bring back chip manufacturing which means basically giving chip makers large subsidies to set up shop.

AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT could cost as high as €300 in Europe
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Nowhere near MSRP

Although the Radeon RX 6500 XT has been announced with a rather reasonable $199 MSRP, it appears that retailers/e-tailers have a slightly different idea and those could cost €300 in Europe.

US wants to stop Chinese coming up with interesting new technology
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Europe invented stuff and the US stole it first 

US Commerce Secretary Gina Marie Raimondo has told the world+dog that the country that invented paper and gunpowder must not be allowed to invent any new stuff, because that is Western society's job.

Facebook to stop transferring data to the US
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Thursday, 10 September 2020 12:18

Facebook to stop transferring data to the US

Irish say we don’t trust you

A European Union privacy regulator has sent Facebook a preliminary order to suspend data transfers to the US about its EU users.