‘No way to prevent Dutch chips from powering Russian and Iranian drones’
The use of Dutch chips in Russian and Iranian drones can't be completely prevented, according to foreign trade minister Schreinemacher.
Schreinemacher shared the statement in response to a meeting of the House of Representatives. According to the trade minister, it's impossible to completely p... Read more
U.S. lawmakers go after Big Tech for market abuses
Recommendations stop short of a call to break them up. The question remains if Big Tech will be broken into pieces in the upcoming years.
A U.S. House of Representatives panel looking into abuses of market power by four big technology companies found they used “killer acquisitions” to crush... Read more
At least three telecom providers are allowed to buy and use 5G frequencies.
At least three telecom providers are allowed to purchase and use frequencies for the faster mobile internet connection 5G. This is evident from the Mobile Communication Policy Document by State Secretary Mona Keijzer of Economic Affairs and Climate Change. Healthy competition must be maintained by a... Read more
The Netherlands sets up task force to investigate 5G risks
The Dutch government, under the leadership of the National Coordinator for Counterterrorism and Security (NCTV), has set up an interdepartmental task force to investigate the risks involved in the construction and use of 5G. Minister Ferd Grapperhaus of Justice and Security reports this in a letter ... Read more
Room wants to keep Huawei away from construction 5G after Chinese espionage at ASML
For the time being, the Lower House does not want Huawei to be involved in the construction of the infrastructure required for 5G. The reason is the news that Chinese spies have stolen trade secrets from the Dutch chip machine maker ASML.
Huawei is better kept out until the risks are clear, say VVD... Read more