As a follow up to the European Court of Justice Schrems decision of 6th October 2015, the EU and the US have managed to negotiate a fast track a new agreement called the EU-US Privacy Shield meant to replace the disgraced Safe Harbour agreement.
To honour 30th anniversary of the first publicly available computer ZX Spectrum, which was introduced on the market in April 1982, the Slovene National Museum of Contemporary History has unveiled the GOTO 1982 exhibition on the development of computing in Slovenia.
A trip to Scotland easily reveals that Scotland has several reasons to be optimistic about its renewable energy future. With excellent conditions for wind, wave and tidal energy generation, Scotland is setting the pace for renewable energy production in Europe.
Aphaia representatives Maria Barroso Gomes and Urša Primožič attended the Agency for the Cooperation of the Energy Regulators’ 1st annual conference that took place on 14 March 2012 at the Castle of Ljubljana.