Thu, May 23 2013
Poland's prime minister Donald Tusk
Twenty-five people arrested in international operation supported by Interpol against hacking group Anonymous. Arrests took place in four countries in Latin America and Europe.
Bulgaria will suspend the ratification of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement international treaty, Economy Minister Traicho Traikov said on February 14.
Local firms in Czech Republic sound off on the ACTA and intellectual property debate.
Several thousand turn out in Sofia and a number of other cities, joining February 11 2012 protests across Europe against the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).
Denial of service attack the latest by hacking collective as Eastern Europe governments back away from ACTA under public pressure.
Hacking collective Anonymous hacked the website of Bulgarian music industry group Prophon on February 5.
Facing growing public backlash, Bulgarian Cabinet says ACTA treaty will not require amending copyright protections laws.
The ACTA treaty, designed to enforce intellectual property rights, has already been signed by eight countries.
Earlier on Monday January 23, deputy prime minister Waldemar Pawlak said that Poland could put off signing the treaty.
World leaders acknowledged Putin's victory with reservations, and international observers say the election was skewed in the former president's favour.
Hollande's call for more spending and economic growth has struck a chord with French voters.
Gallup International Association poll gives president Sarkisian’s party 44 per cent, while three main challengers alleged ‘machinations’ by ruling party in what – in contrast to 2008 – reportedly was a largely peaceful election.
The Freedom House report says the media environment in the Middle East and North Africa underwent major improvements in 2011, but remained the worst-performing part of the world.
Dissatisfaction with jobs is a global phenomenon and two-thirds of workers all over the world intend to look for another job in the near future, the survey concluded.