The Internet is still not saved from “destruction”

After the European Parliament (EP) vote yesterday, the Internet was “saved” by the adoption of the disputed texts in the new Internet copyright directive. But that does not mean that the battle is over. In fact, it is yet to begin Last month, the proposal was accepted by one of the EP committees. There are two controversial texts in Articles 11 and 13. They have created the serious discontent of the IT industry and a great deal of MEPs. Article 11 provides for an obligation for internet search engines and social networks to share part of their revenue with the Full Story

Finnish operator Elisa launches the first 5G network

Elisa is emerging as the first operator in the world to launch a fifth-generation commercial network. The Finnish company started selling 5G subscriptions and announced the launch of 5G commercial networks in Tampere and Tallinn. The first person to become a user of the 5G network is Anne Berner, the Minister of Transport and Communications, who held a video interview with Estonia’s Economy and Infrastructure Minister Kadry Simson. Video calling is yet another historical achievement of Elisa – the world’s first GSM phone call was also made through its network. Our goal is Finland to become the leading developer of Full Story