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In a bizarre alteration of examination rules, the Danish government has taken the bold steps of allowing pupils full access to the internet during their final school exams, according to the BBC's technology page. ...
One of Denmark's largest software firms, IT Factory, has declared bankruptcy after papers were discovered that indicated its CEO, Stein Bagger, had secretly defrauded the company and embezzled an amount equal to nearly $85 million...
Last week a Danish court ordered the ISP "Tele2″ to block its customers access to The Pirate Bay. The decision heated the debate on ISPs Internet filtering, and it now turns out that filtering traffic...
After receiving complaints from iBook owners that their machines would no longer start up, the Danish Consumer Complaints Board conducted a detailed study of four complaints received between April and November 2006, including a microscopic...
If you live in Denmark, and have lots of files on your hard drive that you share on P2P programs like KaZaA or eDonkey, the Danish Anti Pirat Gruppen (Anti Piracy Group) has started sending...