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Germany summons Turkish envoy over human rights activist
BERLIN (AP) " The German government summoned Turkey's ambassador on Wednesday to demand the release of a jailed trainer of human rights activists, and said the foreign minister was interrupting his vacation for consultations on (...)
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

Germany warns citizens of Turkey risks amid arrests
German citizens and firms are advised that they face risks in Turkey following "arbitrary" arrests.
[BBC News Europe]

Germany busts Elysium child sex abuse website
German police make arrests and shut down a secret site used by about 87,000 people worldwide.
[BBC News]

Germany busts Elysium child sex abuse website
German police make arrests and shut down a secret site used by about 87,000 people worldwide.
[BBC]

IBM Fellow Heike Riel Awarded Prestigious Prize for Women
IBM (NYSE: IBM ) today announced that Dr. Heike Riel, an IBM Fellow and executive director of the IBM Research Frontiers Institute and IoT Technology, was named to the EDITION F " 25 Women Award " in Germany. The award focuses on 25 women whose inventions have helped change the world. (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Germany approves plans to fine social media firms up to €50m
Measure requires social media platforms to remove obviously illegal hate speech and other postings within 24 hours of receiving a notification Social media companies face fines of up to €50m (£43m) if they persistently fail to remove illegal content from their sites under a new law passed in (...)
[The Guardian]

Germany votes for 50m euro social media fines
Social media companies face penalties of up to 50m euros if they fail to remove illegal content quickly.
[BBC News]

Germany votes for 50m euro social media fines
Social media companies face penalties of up to 50m euros if they fail to remove illegal content quickly.
[BBC]

Facebook launches drive in UK to tackle online extremist material
Firm’s Online Civil Courage Initiative, already launched in Germany and France, aims to help charities and NGOs identify and eliminate hate speach Facebook is to step up its attempts to tackle extremist material on the internet by educating charities and other non-government organisations about (...)
[The Guardian]

Preventing cyber-attacks in rescue services: security 'made in Germany' protects respirators
An appalling scenario: a famous soccer player is involved in a serious traffic accident, just as his team is fighting to avoid relegation. While the player's accident is not yet publicly known, the IT systems of the hospital are attacked. Looking for sensitive data, the perpetrators come (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

German 'robot priest' helps mark Reformation anniversary – video
A robot named BlessU-2 has been installed as part of an exhibition in Germany to mark 500 years since Martin Luther wrote Ninety-five Theses, a list of propostions for academic debate that started the Protestant Reformation in Europe. BlessU-2 can deliver blessings in five languages and beams (...)
[The Guardian]

Robot priest unveiled in Germany to mark 500 years since Reformation
BlessU-2, which delivers blessings in five languages, is intended to trigger debate about the future of the church Five hundred years after revolutionary printing presses spread news of Martin Luther’s radical call for church reform across Europe, technology is again challenging religious (...)
[The Guardian]

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