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First hydrogen car-sharing program starts in Germany

Linde, one of the largest industrial gases and engineering companies in the world, is launching the world’s first car-sharing service for hydrogen cars. BeeZero will be available to residents of Munich summer 2016. Hydrogen cars have been slow to take hold with the environmentally-conscious car consumer because of the difficulty of finding a hydrogen filling… Read More


Pirate Bay founder’s micropayment system pairs with AdBlock Plus

Today a new collaboration was announced between one of the most newsworthy companies of 2016, Adblock Plus, and content payment company Flattr, who together are launching a scheme to allow users to make voluntary, ‘tip’-style micropayments to websites whose content they like – but whose regular ads they do not wish to see. Based in… Read More


German court rules that ‘sharing’ your Amazon purchases is spamming

A German court has ruled today that Amazon’s ‘share’ functionality, which encourages users to promote links to products that they have just purchased via email or social networks, is unlawful. The feature in question becomes available after online purchase is concluded, and provides means for customers to publicise their buys via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest –… Read More


Facebook, Google and Twitter agree to delete hate speech in Germany

Facebook, Google and Twitter have agreed to remove hateful posts from their platforms within 24 hours in Germany, officials announced yesterday. The web companies committed to the move in a new agreement with German authorities, after coming under increased pressure to help curb racism online in the country. The decision comes as Germany looks to… Read More


Chimera ransomware targets German SMEs, threatens to leak sensitive data

A new version of the Chimera ransomware [German] is hounding German firms, attacking corporate Windows systems and threatening to release sensitive information should the target not pay up. The attack is delivered through fake emails sent via different addresses – mostly from the domain @emialn.de, but not exclusively.  The emails are supposedly sent from individuals claiming… Read More



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