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Latvian hacker prepared to turn to EU Court of Human Rights in regard to U.S. request for his extradition09.04.2013
Cyber-crime suspect from Riga Deniss Calovskis has turned to the European Court of Human Rights with a petition against the request from the United States for his extradition, LETA was informed by attorney Saulvedis Varpins.
Keyword tags: Cybernetics, EU – Baltic States, Latvia, Legislation, Technology, USA
Lithuania-based Neurotechnology introduces software eliminating need for mouse in computer navigation21.08.2012
Lithuania-based Neurotechnology, a company focused on high-precision biometric identification, artificial intelligence, object recognition technology and software development products announced Monday the availability of its NPointer application, which utilizes simple hand movements to control your computer without having to use a mouse, LatinosPost reports.
Estonian Data Protection Inspection announced n Tuesday that the Trion Worlds video games database has been attacked and as the result, data of 3,000 Estonian user accounts leaked too, LETA/Eesti Päevaleht writes.
President Ilves urged representatives of 65 nations in London not to overlook the e-state and e-government03.11.2011
Speaking at an international conference on e-solutions and cyber-security in London, Estonian president Toomas Hendrik Ilves urged representatives of 65 nations attending the event not to overlook the e-state and e-government and to provide both in the interests of their citizens.
Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė met with Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves in Tartu to discuss issues of topical concern for Lithuania and Estonia: energy and cyber security as well as ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the region, the European Union and NATO, informed BC press service of Lithuanian President.
The OSCE's future role in tackling challenges arising from cyberspace security is the topic of a two-day international conference that started in Vienna, reported the press service of the Foreign Affairs Ministry. Building on the OSCE's trademark comprehensive approach to cyber security, the focus of the conference is to explore the future OSCE role in this thematic area by drawing on the organization's strength as a platform for co-operative security.
The Lithuania-based company Baltnetos Komunikacijos announced starting of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) rental service; according to the company, this new service in Lithuania will allow companies to remain flexible in ever changing ICT requirements, ensure higher data safety, enable better mobility of employees and save up to 40% of infrastructure expenses, as Mokslaspilius.lt reports referring to Balsas.lt.