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Wednesday, 14.10.2015, 05:18
Vice President of the European Commission and Commissioner for the Digital Single Market Andrus Ansip encourages Lithuania to improve the accessibility of electronic health services for citizens, especially as regards electronic prescriptions, informs LETA/ELTA.
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As the result of good work of software giant Google, a flaw was discovered in the certificates of Estonian ID cards, which concerns nearly 250,000 ID card holders and among them also all the more than 5,000 Estonian e-residents cards, LETA/Postimees Online reports.
President Toomas Hendrik Ilves opened "Estonia ICT Day – Digitally Smart Solutions for Sustainable Development" on Friday at the World Bank; Estonian representatives of the private and public sectors introduced our e-solutions at the event, the President's Office reports BC.
The law enforcement did not see anything criminal in the scandalous website whose slogan is For White Lithuania, Let Us Not Allow to Blacken It, and which has divided public figures into "patriots" and "collaborators". The daily Lietuvos Zinios writes that hostile countries are often behind such radical rhetoric, cites LETA/ELTA.
In order to improve its Internet connectivity and speed, the mobile telecommunications company Tele2 is developing its 4G+ or ''LTE Advanced'' network in areas where its has already introduced its 4G network, the company informs LETA.
The Board of ICT investment company INVL Technology on 29 September 2015 decided that 100 % shares of a specialised Microsoft solutions company UAB Acena will be transferred to another INVL Technology managed company UAB BAIP, writes LETA/ELTA.
The President of Estonia Toomas Hendrik Ilves on September 23rd visited the Apple campus in Silicon Valley, USA, which was the venue for the "Startup Europe comes to Silicon Valley" event aimed at bringing together representatives of European start-up companies, policy makers and American investors in order to develop trans-Atlantic communication and entrepreneurship, reported BC presidential press service.