European Parliament advised to build its own 'European Internet' to block services supporting unlawful activities

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EU also needs to start a funding programme for European firms to build sophisticated eGovernment services, policy document says

A policy paper requested by the European Parliament's committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection recommends the European Union to develop a "European Internet" which, like the "Great ...

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