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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 19.02.2018, 11:57

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EU Parliament passes rules to make online shopping easier

EU Parliament passes rules to make online shopping easier

07.02.2018

The European Parliament today passed a regulation intended to make cross-border shopping on the Internet easier, providing consumers wider access to products, hotel bookings, car rentals or concert tickets, LETA was told at the European Parliament's Information Office in Latvia.

Keyword tags: EU – Baltic States, Internet, Legislation, Markets and Companies, Technology



Several Latvian state e-services portals down for several hours due to technical problems

Several Latvian state e-services portals down for several hours due to technical problems

23.01.2018

Due to technical reasons, Latvian government e-services portal www.latvija.lv have not been working for several hours today, LETA observed.

1A plan to increase turnover in the Baltics to over EUR 100 mln in 2 years

1A plan to increase turnover in the Baltics to over EUR 100 mln in 2 years

23.01.2018

1A group of online stores is planning to increase its annual turnover in the Baltic countries to over EUR 100 million in the next two years, the company's representatives told LETA.


LETA news agency hit by DDoS attack on Wednesday

LETA news agency hit by DDoS attack on Wednesday

18.01.2018

The Latvian news agency LETA survived a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on Wednesday, January 17th.

Probe launched in Latvia over unauthorized access to data of users of e-health system

Probe launched in Latvia over unauthorized access to data of users of e-health system

17.01.2018

The Latvian Data State Inspectorate has launched a probe into possible unauthorized access by third parties to the personal data of the users of the e-health system, the inspectorate said, cites LETA.


16.01.2018

MP claims e-health system has been hacked in Latvia

Latvia’s e-health system was “disrupted” by malicious hackers last Thursday, January 11, Aija Barca (Greens/Farmers), chairwoman of the Saeima Social and Labor Affairs Committee, claimed on Latvian Radio this morning, cites LETA.

09.01.2018

Constitution Protection Bureau: e-voting to create security risks in Latvia

Introducing an electronic voting system in Latvia would create security risks, Janis Maizitis, Chief of the Constitution Protection Bureau or the top national security agency in Latvia, said on the public Latvian Radio, cites LETA.

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