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Business in Bangalore series 5/5
29/05/2015 - International report

Business in Bangalore series 5/5

The success of the Information technology-based economy in Bangalore India, has attracted a diverse workforce of workers from abroad into the city to share in its growth.
Business in Bangalore series part 2/5
26/05/2015 - International report

Business in Bangalore series part 2/5

From the 1970’s through to the internet boom of the early 2000’s waves of graduates from India made their way to California’s Silicon Valley to work in the developing Information ...
A sperm cell attempts to penetrate an ovum coat to fertilize it.
08/05/2015 - France

French scientists claim world’s first lab-grown human sperm cells

A French laboratory has announced that it has obtained complete human sperm in vitro - a world first, although experts have reacted cautiously to an apparent success that scientists have been chasing ...
EU Competition Commissioner Vestager addresses a news conference in Brussels,  15 April 2015.
16/04/2015 - FRANCE - EUROPE

EU actions against Google

The European Union has charged web giant Google with abusing its position of power on the web.

Kampala, the next African Silicon Valley?
03/04/2015 - International report

Kampala, the next African Silicon Valley?

In the past few years, Uganda has experienced a tech-boom, with some hopefuls even calling Kampala the African Silicon Valley.

A manual security check on luggage at Paris's Charles-De-Gaulle airport
28/02/2015 - France

Thousands of bags stranded at Paris airport due to computer glitch

Thousands of air passengers took off from Paris’s main airport without their luggage on Friday because computer-error had caused security scanners to break down.
27/02/2015

French press review 27 February 2015

French papers ignore “Jihadi John” but take a look in-depth at Boko Haram. France still waits for better economic times, although it is doing well in innovation.

French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve.
21/02/2015 - France - United States

France turns to tech giants in fight against online terrorist propaganda

France has turned to the high-tech heavyweights of Silicon Valley to help tackle online propaganda from armed groups like the Islamic State.

16/02/2015 - Africa - Cybercrime

Lack of laws governing cybercrime making Africa a safe haven for cybercriminals, interview

Cybercrime is on the increase worldwide with some estimates putting the cost to the global economy at more than 500 billion euros a year.
Drones, smart TVs, is privacy a thing of the past?
15/02/2015 - International media

Drones, smart TVs, is privacy a thing of the past?

In this week's International Media, RFI speaks to Dan Nesbitt, Research Director at Big Brother Watch in London, about the new and sometimes surprising ways our lives are being invaded.

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