thumbnailKosovo hopes to see more on the internet
2013-09-12If successful, a new campaign would make more of the internet available to local users.
thumbnailNations stand against child pornography
2012-12-12A new international accord calls on countries to redouble efforts to stop child abuse online.
thumbnailNew 'digital highway' connects Kosovo, Albania
2012-12-03An additional fiber optic network helps broaden Kosovo's telecommunications infrastructure.
thumbnailWeary of corruption, Greece turns to the internet
2012-11-16Two Greek-language websites aim to pinpoint the methods, locations and sectors comprising bribery in the country.
thumbnailBalkans gets tough on Internet crimes against children
2012-09-10Regional initiatives co-ordinate law enforcement, technology and public awareness campaigns in a push to protect youth from online danger.
thumbnailInternet use in Kosovo, region, skyrockets
2012-05-16The tremendous expansion of internet use is enhancing the way people communicate, study and conduct business.
Thousands rally against internet censorship in Istanbul
2011-05-16ISTANBUL, Turkey -- Several thousand people gathered in Istanbul on Sunday (May 15th) to rally against internet censorship. The protest was triggered...
Internet group sues Turkey over Google restrictions
2010-06-29ANKARA, Turkey -- A Turkish internet rights protection group filed a lawsuit against the state Monday (June 28th) over restricted access to Google se...
thumbnailScience and Technology: Free internet for Bulgarian rail customers
2010-06-28Major Bulgarian railway stations are getting free internet. Also in science news: Croatian innovators win awards at the INPRX show, and almost one-fourth of Serbian scientists will continue their careers abroad.
Romanian police bust internet fraud network
2010-04-06BUCHAREST, Romania -- More than 100 houses were raided in various locations across Romania on Tuesday (April 6th) as part of a co-ordinated action by...
thumbnailRomanian authorities combat internet piracy
2010-01-04A crackdown on copyright infringement in the country has got bootleggers and illegal file sharers on the run.
thumbnailMontenegro hopes to increase IPR
2009-08-19As telecoms wrangle to boost their numbers, a young IT whiz suggests how to provide more people access to the internet.
Greece arrests 20 for online child pornography
2009-06-25ATHENS, Greece -- Police have arrested 20 people suspected of spreading child pornography via the internet, authorities announced on Wednesday (June...
thumbnailScience and Technology: Kosovo tourism goes live on the web
2009-02-02A Kosovo mobile communications company has set up webcams at three top tourist spots, enabling "virtual tourism" to anyone with an internet connection. Also in science and technology news: internet use in Albania grew to 18% in 2008 and Croatia and Montenegro signed a science and technology co-operation agreement.
Turkey refuses to prosecute organisers of internet campaign
2009-01-27ANKARA, Turkey -- The public prosecutor's office decided on Monday (January 26th) not to pursue those who organised an internet petition demanding an...
thumbnailScience and Technology: 8-year-old becomes youngest IT administrator
2009-01-26Skopje's Marko Calasan passed the Microsoft certification exams. Also in science and technology news: Cyprus has the most .eu domains, and a Swiss physicist received Greece's 2008 Latsis Award.
thumbnailSerbia plans bigger education investment
2009-01-08Most schools in Serbia were built between the two world wars, and have seen no improvements since then. The government is promising more funds to tackle the problem.
thumbnailSerbian bloggers on "social journalism"
2008-12-26Public participation in journalism is on the rise as never before. What are the implications?
Turkish president backs campaign to apologise for Armenian genocide
2008-12-17ANKARA, Turkey -- President Abdullah Gul on Tuesday (December 16th) defended an internet campaign that seeks to apologise for the killing of 1.5 mill...
thumbnailCulture and Sports: Cultu(RE)gion online! opens in Belgrade
2008-12-10Belgrade hosts a regional conference aimed at promoting cultural internet portals. Also in culture news: a Romanian movie vies for best foreign-language film, and the first water museum opens in Skopje.
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