Libelium Launches Global IoT Spartans Challenge to Promote Developer Training

Libelium Launches Global IoT Spartans Challenge to Promote Developer Training
Gartner Inc. named Libelium a Cool Vendor in embedded software and systems in 2014. Established in 2006, Libelium is privately held and has headquarters in Zaragoza, Spain. www.libelium.com … P2P RTC will impact the landscape of communications …
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HomeAway Selects Tango Health to Provide Affordable Care Act Compliance Solutions
… and OwnersDirect.co.uk in the United Kingdom; HomeAway.de in Germany; Abritel.fr and Homelidays.com in France; HomeAway.es and Toprural.es in Spain; AlugueTemporada.com.br in Brazil; HomeAway.com.au and Stayz.com.au in Australia; and Bookabach.co …
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Updated Share Capital and Voting Rights For Lundin Mining
Lundin Mining Corporation is a diversified base metals mining company with operations in Chile, Portugal, Sweden, Spain and the United States, producing copper, zinc, lead and nickel. In addition, Lundin Mining holds a 24% equity stake in the …. P2P …
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Virtual Forge Unveils Significant Expansion of its SAP-Security Solution Portfolio
Virtual Forge will be presenting its new product portfolio at this year's SAP TechEd event, which is scheduled for November 10-12 in Barcelona, Spain. Attendees are invited to bring along their own code and have it scanned by CodeProfiler …. P2P RTC …
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NGS Services Market in Europe Expected to Reach USD 1152 Million by 2020 from
Regionally, the European NGS services market is segmented into the U.K., Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, and Rest of Europe (RoE). Increasing healthcare expenditure and growth in NGS technologies are the major growth drivers in most of the …
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World Online Advertising Market – Search – Display – Mobile – RTB Social

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Manifiesto: En defensa de los derechos fundamentales en Internet

Ante la inclusión en el Anteproyecto de Ley de Economía sostenible de modificaciones legislativas que afectan al libre ejercicio de las libertades de expresión, información y el derecho de acceso a la cultura a través de Internet, los periodistas, bloggers, usuarios, profesionales y creadores de internet manifestamos nuestra firme oposición al proyecto, y declaramos que…

1.- Los derechos de autor no pueden situarse por encima de los derechos fundamentales de los ciudadanos, como el derecho a la privacidad, a la seguridad, a la presunción de inocencia, a la tutela judicial efectiva y a la libertad de expresión.

2.- La suspensión de derechos fundamentales es y debe seguir siendo competencia exclusiva del poder judicial. Ni un cierre sin sentencia. Este anteproyecto, en contra de lo establecido en el artículo 20.5 de la Constitución, pone en manos de un órgano no judicial -un organismo dependiente del ministerio de Cultura-, la potestad de impedir a los ciudadanos españoles el acceso a cualquier página web.

3.- La nueva legislación creará inseguridad jurídica en todo el sector tecnológico español, perjudicando uno de los pocos campos de desarrollo y futuro de nuestra economía, entorpeciendo la creación de empresas, introduciendo trabas a la libre competencia y ralentizando su proyección internacional.

4.- La nueva legislación propuesta amenaza a los nuevos creadores y entorpece la creación cultural. Con Internet y los sucesivos avances tecnológicos se ha democratizado extraordinariamente la creación y emisión de contenidos de todo tipo, que ya no provienen prevalentemente de las industrias culturales tradicionales, sino de multitud de fuentes diferentes.

5.- Los autores, como todos los trabajadores, tienen derecho a vivir de su trabajo con nuevas ideas creativas, modelos de negocio y actividades asociadas a sus creaciones. Intentar sostener con cambios legislativos a una industria obsoleta que no sabe adaptarse a este nuevo entorno no es ni justo ni realista. Si su modelo de negocio se basaba en el control de las copias de las obras y en Internet no es posible sin vulnerar derechos fundamentales, deberían buscar otro modelo.

6.- Consideramos que las industrias culturales necesitan para sobrevivir alternativas modernas, eficaces, creíbles y asequibles y que se adecuen a los nuevos usos sociales, en lugar de limitaciones tan desproporcionadas como ineficaces para el fin que dicen perseguir.

7.- Internet debe funcionar de forma libre y sin interferencias políticas auspiciadas por sectores que pretenden perpetuar obsoletos modelos de negocio e imposibilitar que el saber humano siga siendo libre.

8.- Exigimos que el Gobierno garantice por ley la neutralidad de la Red en España, ante cualquier presión que pueda producirse, como marco para el desarrollo de una economía sostenible y realista de cara al futuro.

9.- Proponemos una verdadera reforma del derecho de propiedad intelectual orientada a su fin: devolver a la sociedad el conocimiento, promover el dominio público y limitar los abusos de las entidades gestoras.

10.- En democracia las leyes y sus modificaciones deben aprobarse tras el oportuno debate público y habiendo consultado previamente a todas las partes implicadas. No es de recibo que se realicen cambios legislativos que afectan a derechos fundamentales en una ley no orgánica y que versa sobre otra materia.

Este manifiesto, elaborado de forma conjunta por varios autores, es de todos y de ninguno. Si quieres sumarte a él, difúndelo por Internet.

World Online Advertising Market – Search – Display – Mobile – RTB Social
This is an online advertising market database report with quantitative data on online advertising, the key market for monetization of personal data, up to 2019 for 15 countries (USA- UK -France -Germany -Italy -Spain -Japan -South Korea -China – Brazil …
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Fintech to bridge trillion SME funding gap – World Economic Forum.
… in P2P lending and crowdfunding are set to play a key role in bridging a $ 2 trillion funding gap for millions of small businesses worldwide says the World Economic Forum. The need for SME financing is widespread, says the WEF. The UK, Italy, Spain …
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"Revolution" or "Phase Transition"?
For this and other reasons, we prefer to talk at the P2P Foundation, about phase transition, stressing the process of change from one system to another, without necessarily being able to predict how exactly these changes will occur, especially on the …
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TiVo Subscription Growth Accelerates Abroad; TiVo Now Has Over 4 Million
This announcement represents an important milestone in TiVo's international growth and comes as the result of accelerated subscription growth in Europe through customers such as Virgin Media/Liberty Global in the United Kingdom, ONO/Vodafone in Spain …
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Astur Gold Files Statement of Claim Challenging Asturias Government's Permit
In August 2015, the Fund for Wildlife Protection Spain ("FAPAS") announced the results of studies that have been conducted in the area surrounding the Salave Lagoons which overlie the Salave orebody. The sampling conducted by FAPAS has …. P2P RTC …
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Fiat and Ford Offer New Incentives to Win Over Volkswagen Customers!

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Fiat and Ford Offer New Incentives to Win Over Volkswagen Customers!
According to the newly released article, "Ford's incentives are available in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the U.K. and several other European countries while Fiat Chrysler's incentive is only for cars bought in Italy." So far there are no clues that …
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American Express Will Bring Apple Pay to Card Members in Key Global Markets
Apple Pay is expected to be available for Card Members in Canada and Australia this year and in Spain, Singapore and Hong Kong in 2016. With Apple Pay, Card Members in these countries will have the ability to …. P2P RTC will impact the landscape of …
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Earthmoving Equipment Market in Spain 2015-2019 – Reportlinker Review
P2P RTC will impact the landscape of communications, shifting from traditional telephony style communications models to OTT (Over-The-Top) cloud assisted & PaaS (Platform as a Service) communication services. The P2P shift will impact many areas of our …
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Emerging Opportunities in the Global HIV/AIDS Diagnostic Testing Market 2016
The report presents a detailed analysis of the AIDS diagnostics market in the US, Europe, (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK) and Japan. Current scientific views on the definition, epidemiology and etiology of AIDS and other … P2P RTC will impact the …
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P2P Car Sharing Has Just Launched in Spain, an Interview with SocialCar

P2P Car Sharing Has Just Launched in Spain, an Interview with SocialCar
After car sharing services like ZipCar or BMW's New Car Share that lets you pick up and drop a car anywhere you want, it is no surprise that Person to Person car sharing is growing too. This works a bit like couchsurfing; I have an empty couch, you …
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How Wikileaks killed Spain's anti-P2P law
Spain last night killed a controversial anti-P2P bill that would have made it easier to shut down websites that link to infringing content. The move was a blow to the ruling Socialist government, but it may be of even bigger concern to the US, which …
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PayPal's New Way To Make Pals Pay Back
… today, any person or business in the following 18 countries can create their personalized link: the U.S., Germany, the U.K., Australia, Canada, Russia, Turkey, France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Sweden, Belgium, Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, Switzerland …
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Oliver Ekman-Larsson espère devenir l'émule de Nicklas Lidstrom

Oliver Ekman-Larsson espère devenir l'émule de Nicklas Lidstrom
… Mumbai, Munich, Nairobi, Naples, Nassau, New Delhi, Nice, Oporto, Osaka, Oslo, Papeete, Paris, Pékin, Perth, Port-au-Prince, Port-of-Spain, Prague, Rio de Janeiro, Rome, Saint Péterbourg, Salzbourg, San José, San Juan, Santiago, Santo Domingo …
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Google condamné à oublier des résultats parlant du droit à l'oubli
Des journalistes, qui tentent de comprendre comment Google applique le droit à l'oubli imposé par l'arrêt Google Spain de la Cour de justice de l'Union européenne (CJUE), avaient utilisé cette affaire pour illustrer la problématique. En confiant à une …
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Droit à l'oubli sur Google : le 118 712 d'Orange parmi les plus visés au monde
Le 118 712 est ainsi le seul site non-Américain, avec l'Allemand Yasni, à faire partie des 10 sites les plus sujets à la procédure de censure imposée en Europe par la Cour de justice de l'Union européenne, depuis son arrêt Google Spain de mai 2014. Le …
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WikiLeaks Cables Cited in Lawsuit Over $500 Million Sunken Treasure

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A deep-sea treasure-hunting company in Florida says that diplomatic cables recently released by WikiLeaks have exposed the U.S. government's backdoor interference in a lawsuit over $ 500 million in silver and gold coins recovered from a Spanish galleon.
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WikiLeaks slams Google over delay in revealing search warrants for staffs' data
Speaking at a news conference in Geneva, Baltasar Garzon, a Spanish former judge who now represents WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, said the warrants appeared to be part of a "fishing expedition" by U.S. authorities against the website. WikiLeaks has …
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Wikileaks protests in Spain over Julian Assange arrest
Protests have taken place across Spain calling for the release of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who is facing extradition from the UK to Sweden for alleged sexual offences. Hundreds of people gathered outside the British embassy in Madrid calling …
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WikiLeaks Shows a Saudi Obsession With Iran
But a trove of thousands of Saudi documents recently released by WikiLeaks reveals in surprising detail how the government's goal in recent years was not just to spread its strict version of Sunni Islam — though that was a priority — but also to …
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Spanish fireworks factory blast death toll rises to six

Spanish fireworks factory blast death toll rises to six
Sweden optimistic over questioning Assange in London. Swedish officials said they are optimistic about reaching an agreement with Ecuador on legal assistance which could pave the way to questioning WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in London on …
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China's Long Minsky Moment
Back in 2007, according to cables released by WikiLeaks, a senior figure in the Chinese Communist Party, Li Keqiang, told the U.S. ambassador that China's G.D.P. figures were “man-made and therefore unreliable.” Other Chinese … Between 2007 and 2014 …
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Spain's WikiLeaks-inspired Xnet peaceful guerrilla movement fights graft using
In a move that sets Xnet apart from WikiLeaks, a quirk of Spanish law allows citizens or groups to file criminal complaints for consideration by judges – and Xnet uses it to the fullest extent possible. The group's legal arm sued Rato over the Bankia …
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How the KK Saga Played Out in London
And his freedom could lead to Spain dropping all the arrest warrants against senior Rwandan military officials issued by one junior judge, a certain Fernando Andreu Merelles, should Rwanda pursue the matter. Spanish judicial authorities are now on …
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Greek stocks bashed on return, China woes hurt commodities

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Greek stocks bashed on return, China woes hurt commodities
Nyc Oil futures charges struck a 24 week low on Monday, thought out by oversupply and weak needs desires, whereas stocks in Asia and on Wall Street were usually fraught as manufacturing facility statistics from China as well as having the United States …
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Asociación Española de Crowdfunding President Daniel Oliver: Spanish Thought
… German Crowdfunding Network, the Spanish Crowdfunding Association, Crowdfunding Hub (Dutch), AISCRIS (Italy), the Nordic Crowdfunding Alliance, the UK Crowdfunding Association, the P2P Finance Association, the European Crowdfunding Network, …
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Crowdfunding In Europe: The Top 10 'Peer-to-Peer' Lenders
Comunitae – This leading P2P marketplace in Spain is headquartered in Madrid. It has received two rounds of funding, totalling $ 4.8 million, since its 2009 launch. Its community of lenders has funded €2,181,025 in loans and received €206,601.25 in …
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First Demo and Trial of Coinffeine's Revolutionary P2P Bitcoin Exchange Technology
Coinffeine Spanish Bitcoin startup Coinffeine has presented the Trial version of their innovative P2P application in Madrid (Spain). The open-source software allows you to buy and sell bitcoins anonymously and safely without depending on a central entity.
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Spain's ArtTroop raises 5k to build out its P2P art marketplace
The Spanish language service, which ArtTroop says is used as widely as the US, Poland and Latin America, allows artists to list their works – from sculptures to digital art – at prices ranging from €10 to €25,000. The company was founded in October …
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First in Bitcoin Industry, Coinffeine launches BTC Exchanges in Over 70 countries

First in Bitcoin Industry, Coinffeine launches BTC Exchanges in Over 70 countries
Coinffeine, an open source, peer-to-peer (P2P) Bitcoin exchange platform, announces its global expansion plan by launching the world's first decentralized Bitcoin exchange platform in more than 70 countries including Russia, China, Indonesia and Brazil.
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Coinffeine Launches First Ever Decentralized Bitcoin Exchange
Spain-based bitcoin startup Coinffeine has launched the globe's first decentralized digital currency exchange through partnership with Russian payment processor OKPay. The platform will be available in over 70 countries, including China, Russia, Brazil …
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Spanish P2P MytripleA attracts €1 million investment
MytripleA, Spain's first regulated online P2P lending platform, has attracted €1 million led by alternative SME finance provider GLI Finance Limited. In return for its €445,500 investment, GLI receives a 9.9 percent equity stake in MytripleA and a …
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Coinffeine Opens to 70 Countries in Largest-ever Crypto Expansion
Coinffeine works on a P2P model based around a zero-trust deposit system, allowing users to maintain full control over their Bitcoin at all times while undertaking completely private trading. The technology also negates the need for Coinffeine to …
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Police arrest administrators of Spanish p2p link site

Police arrest administrators of Spanish p2p link site
Spanish police have arrested the three administrators of the highly popular p2p link site Series.ly, reports El Confidencial. Sources indicate that the platform, administered by Andreu Caritg, David Tarda and Oriol Sole, had obtained profits upwards of …
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Anchors Away And Shiver Me Timbers! Antlos Puts You And And Your Friends On A Boat
The service, based out of Venice, Italy, offers all-inclusive boat trips around various vacation hotspots including Italy, Greece and Spain. You can … “All competitors are essentially online boat charter agencies, not P2P/Sharing Economy projects …
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Distributed P2P Bitcoin exchange Coinffeine opens offering services to 70+
That said, Coinffeine does come with some impressive backing, having been funded by Spain's Bankinter bank and the law firm Abanlex, the latter being famous for being the legal team that won the “Right to be forgotten” lawsuit against Google in Europe, …
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Getting ahead of ourselves: interview with an anti-TTIP activist
In Spain and Germany they had tens of thousands of people out on the streets. oD: What happened with that ECI, wasn't it refused by the European Commission? Tim: There were a number …. Tim: I don't know if we can say society has become more …
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