GSMA to decide on Mobile World Congress cancellation, amid coronavirus concerns

By |februar 11th, 2020|5G, GSMA, Huawei, Mobile World Congress, Mobile World Congress 2020, News|

GSMA, the global mobile network industry group, is set to make a decision on Friday (14 February) as to whether this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona will go ahead, amid concerns that the event may aggravate Europe's management of the de...

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Huawei taking coronavirus ‘precautions’ ahead of Barcelona MWC

By |februar 5th, 2020|Barcelona, China, coronavirus, EU, Europe, Health, Huawei, Mobile World Congress, MWC2020, News, Spain|

Following the deadly coronavirus outbreak in China, telecommunications giant Huawei has put in place a series of 'precautions' and 'internal rules' for international travel ahead of the company's appearance at Barcelona's Mobile World Congress (MWC) at...

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Chinese cybersecurity law is a ‘loaded weapon,’ senior US official says

By |februar 27th, 2019|5G, Barcelona, Ciaran Martin, Cybersecurity, data protection, David Redl, EU, Europe, Huawei, Mobile World Congress, MWC19, News, Privacy, Ren Zhengfei, Spain, US-China relations, US-China trade war, Vincent Pang|

China’s cybersecurity law allows the state to conduct foreign espionage projects, and its legislation is comparable to a “loaded gun” that the rest of the world should not want to stand in front of, a senior US official told EURACTIV on Wednesday (26 February). But Chinese officials were adamant that this was not the case.

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Not ‘one single cybersecurity issue’, Huawei says

By |februar 26th, 2019|Barcelona, EU, Huawei, Margarethe Vestager, Mariya Gabriel, Mike Pence, Mobile World Congress, MWC2019, News, Poland, Spain, trade war, US China, Vincent Pang|

A senior Huawei representative said on Monday (25 February) that there has never been one legitimate “cyber security issue” with the company. The statement came as EU Digital Commissioner Mariya Gabriel delivered a keynote speech at the event, saying that 5G security is a "priority".

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EU cybersecurity boss eyes hardware as early target for certification plans

By |marec 2nd, 2018|Cybersecurity, hacking, Internet of Things, mobile telecoms, Mobile World Congress, News, Udo Helmbrecht|

A draft bill to set up an EU system certifying the cybersecurity level of tech products is still trapped up in negotiations after the European Commission announced the overhaul last September.

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Tweets of the Week: Mobile World Congress, Brexit mess, and the beast from the east

By |marec 2nd, 2018|Mobile World Congress, News, Tweets of the week|

Hello and welcome to EU Tweets of the Week. This week, techies swamp Barcelona for their annual congress, Brexit, as usual is just one big mess, and the Beast From The East causes widespread distress.

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EU’s 5G hopes at stake over disagreement on radio spectrum

By |marec 1st, 2018|Ajit Pai, Andrus Ansip, Mariya Gabriel, Mobile World Congress, News, Radio spectrum, telecoms regulatory framework|

Much of the Brussels policy crowd visiting this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona headed home early to monitor, lobby or take part in another round of tense negotiations over a draft EU telecoms law that is taking place on Wednesday and Thursda...

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Tensions over net neutrality shake up Mobile World Congress

By |februar 27th, 2018|Ajit Pai, Andrus Ansip, EU-US relations, Mariya Gabriel, Mobile World Congress, Net Neutrality, News, telecoms regulatory framework|

Sparks flew at a public discussion over net neutrality at the world’s biggest tech conference on Monday (27 February), as EU tech chief Andrus Ansip defended the bloc’s two-year-old legislation while sharing a stage with the American regulator who just repealed a similar US law.

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Europe in ‘terrible hurry’ as pressure mounts in global race for 5G

By |februar 26th, 2018|Afke Schaart, Andrus Ansip, artificial intelligence, ETNO, Johannes Gungl, Lise Fuhr, Mariya Gabriel, Mobile World Congress, News, Radio spectrum, telecoms regulatory framework|

There will be growing pressure this week on European companies and politicians as they struggle to keep up with Asia and the United States on launching fast 5G mobile services.

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