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  • Meet the 3 high-impact European startups that have won the 2021 Future Hamburg Award

    Meet the 3 high-impact European startups that have won the 2021 Future Hamburg Award0

    With more than 1.8 million residents, Hamburg, the second-largest city in Germany, has one of the highest startup rates per capita and more than 1,200 active startup businesses.  With successful stories like About You, XING, Jimdo, and Wunder Mobility, Hamburg is an innovation driver and urban test laboratory for futuristic projects. Notably, Hamburg is also

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  • Women’s magazine VIVA to be axed after nearly 50 years

    Women’s magazine VIVA to be axed after nearly 50 years0

    Publishing group DPG Media is axing ground-breaking young women’s magazine VIVA after almost half a century because sales have fallen sharply. The final issue will be on the shelves on July 20 and its associated titles VIVAMama, VIVA.nl and VIVA Forum will also disappear. VIVA started life in 1972 and became known for tackling feminist

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  • Privacy watchdog recommends schools, ministries ditch Google

    Privacy watchdog recommends schools, ministries ditch Google0

    Privacy watchdog Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens has recommended the justice ministry, schools and universities stop using Google services, such as email and cloud storage, because they don’t comply with European privacy laws, according to confidential documents in the possession of the Financieele Dagblad. The AP criticism of the American software giant was ‘unusually strongly worded’, the paper

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  • Dutch say EU proposal to curb big tech clout is too feeble

    Dutch say EU proposal to curb big tech clout is too feeble0

    The Netherlands has joined France and Germany in calling on the EU to get tougher on big tech companies such as Facebook and Google. The three countries have signed a discussion document claiming that Brussels’ plans to limit European dependence on American tech companies and to invest in European alternatives do not go far enough.

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