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ECB warns stimulus programme still has a way to run
The European Central Bank's stimulus programme is still needed, says bank head Mario Draghi.
[BBC News Europe]

EU closer to sanctions on Poland over changes in judiciary
WARSAW, Poland (AP) " The European Union is coming closer to imposing sanctions on Poland for the government's attempt to take control over the judiciary, a senior official warned Wednesday, but he said the bloc was still open (...)
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

ECJ to rule on whether 'right to be forgotten' can stretch beyond EU
Final step in three-year legal battle between Google and France will determine whether nations get to choose whether data is removed The European court of justice (ECJ) is set to rule on a landmark case over whether or not the so-called “right to be forgotten” can and should stretch beyond EU (...)
[The Guardian]

Sailing by
Russian warships sailing from the Black Sea to Syria pass through the centre of one of Europe's biggest cities - where amateur ship spotters watch their every move.
[BBC News Europe]

Europe warns employers over checking social media
Europe has a message for employers: Think twice before you check the social media profiles of job applicants.
[CNN Money]

Google announces London cloud computing data centre
The technology giant seeks to deliver a faster cloud computing service to European businesses,
[BBC News]

Google announces London cloud computing data centre
The technology giant seeks to deliver a faster cloud computing service to European businesses,
[BBC]

Le gâchis français
Chute de la croissance, augmentation du chômage, accumulation de la dette publique et perte d'influence en Europe... Depuis quarante ans, malgré des atouts réels, la France ne répond pas correctement aux crises successives – choc pétrolier, récession, déficit – et ses dirigeants semblent incapables de (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

Google spends millions on academic research to influence opinion, says watchdog
The tech company has funded 329 papers on public policy since 2005, according to the US-based Campaign for Accountability Google has spent millions funding academic research in the US and Europe to try to influence public opinion and policymakers, a watchdog has claimed. Over the last decade, (...)
[The Guardian]

Les laïcs dans la mission
Ce livre étudie les missions d'évangélisation en Europe et aux Amériques à l'époque moderne par le prisme inédit des laïcs. Il explore leurs motivations pour l'action ou l'inaction missionnaire, à travers le financement, le rôle des relais locaux, l'évangélisation des esclaves. Dans une approche (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

Challenges to Silicon Valley won’t just come from Brussels
Fine of €2.4bn levied on Google is a sign of the continued erosion of US tech firms’ domination of the internet The whopping €2.4bn fine levied by the European commission on Google for abusing its dominance as a search engine has taken Silicon Valley aback. It has also reignited American paranoia (...)
[The Guardian]

Jean-Claude Juncker: I don't own a smartphone
Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, is resisting the march of technology.
[BBC]

Jean-Claude Juncker: I don't own a smartphone
Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, is resisting the march of technology.
[BBC News]

Inmarsat's European short-haul wi-fi spacecraft launches
The UK's biggest space company takes the next step in its project to boost wi-fi in planes over Europe.
[BBC News]

Inmarsat's European short-haul wifi spacecraft launches
The UK's biggest space company takes the next step in its project to boost wifi in planes over Europe.
[BBC]

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