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Finnish Customs service to sell its massive bitcoin pile
Finnish Customs service to sell its massive bitcoin pile
Finland's customs service has seized tons of bitcoins over the years from criminals. Now the value of those bitcoins has risen dramatically and customs plans to sell the bitcoins. 07 Jan 2021
A world first for Netflix, bundle with an ISP
A world first for Netflix, bundle with an ISP
Netflix has ventured into a new business model where they partner up with and ISP for a bundled service. The first package like this comes from ...... 10 Nov 2020
VPN provider wins a court fight: police can't get or use its database
VPN provider wins a court fight: police can't get or use its database
Freedome VPN wins Finnish law enforcement authorities in Court of Appeals over its user database. 21 Oct 2020
Finland launches its official COVID-19 tracking app
Finland launches its official COVID-19 tracking app
Finnish government released its COVID-19 tracking app, Koronavilkku, for iPhone and Android devices. 31 Aug 2020
Finnish compulsory military service making smartphone mandatory – offers one if necessary
Finnish compulsory military service making smartphone mandatory – offers one if necessary
The Finnish armed forces are readying new rules for the country's semi-compulsory military service. In the reform, entitled Koulutus 2020, Finnish ...... 11 Jul 2019
Finnish bank introduces portrait bank cards
Finnish bank introduces portrait bank cards
Portrait bank cards are replacing the old horizontally designed cards in various countries, as pin-and-chip and phone flip-cover wallets change the way we use our cards. 06 May 2019
NRK: Nokia Android phone leaks data to Chinese servers
NRK: Nokia Android phone leaks data to Chinese servers
Nokia 7 Plus phone leaks sensitive information to Chinese servers. Without user's consent. 21 Mar 2019
Initiative to ban 5G networks is being pushed forward
Initiative to ban 5G networks is being pushed forward
In Finland, a petition to ban 5G networks completely is pushing forward. The reason for such petition? Electromagnetic radiation. Or actually ...... 12 Mar 2019
Netflix the top streaming service in each country of a survey, except for Finland
Netflix the top streaming service in each country of a survey, except for Finland
Netflix has become the Kleenex of streaming services, its rise to world domination has been swift and its recognized as the leading video streaming ...... 24 Jan 2019
Study: Finnish people use most mobile data in the world, in the U.S. the top users are with U.S.Cellular
Study: Finnish people use most mobile data in the world, in the U.S. the top users are with U.S.Cellular
Mobile analytics firm tefficient has once again released its mobile data usage stats from all around the world. Monthly data usage continues ...... 10 Sep 2018
Google loses a court case - Ordered to remove search results that include personal information of a convicted murderer
Google loses a court case - Ordered to remove search results that include personal information of a convicted murderer
Google has just lost a court case in Finland. The Supreme Administrative Court of Finland decided today that the search engine giant has to ...... 17 Aug 2018
Amazon to expand to Nordics, rumors say
Amazon to expand to Nordics, rumors say
E-commerce giant Amazon is preparing a launch in a few new countries this summer, says Di Digital, a Swedish publication. According to them, ...... 14 Mar 2018 - 1 comment
Top countries in the world by mobile data usage per month
Top countries in the world by mobile data usage per month
Finland tops the OECD ranking for most mobile data consumed per capita. 15 Oct 2017
Finnish court: Pirate Bay founders must pay over 400'000 euros to copyright owners
Finnish court: Pirate Bay founders must pay over 400'000 euros to copyright owners
In Finland, the Helsinki district court has ruled that two of the three founders of The Pirate Bay must pay over 400'000 euros to music industry ...... 25 Aug 2017 - 1 comment
Finnish police probe Wikipedia's donation requests
Finnish police probe Wikipedia's donation requests
The Wikimedia Foundation has received correspondence from Finland's Police Ministry seeking information on its 'donation drive' activities in the country. 07 Feb 2014 - 8 comments
How much money can you make with Spotify? - Finnish artist answers, with exact monthly details
"How much money can you make with Spotify?" - Finnish artist answers, with exact monthly details
Finnish singer-songwriter Anssi Kela details how much money did he make with his song Levoton Tyttö through Spotify, how the revenue got distributed between Spotify's free and paid versions and what does it all mean to an artist. 07 Nov 2013 - 5 comments
Finland reveals government network hack
Finland reveals government network hack
Finnish foreign minister Erkki Tuomioja has confirmed that the country's government data networks were breached by hackers. 01 Nov 2013
Finnish court: It is alright to censor a website that criticizes censorship
Finnish court: It is alright to censor a website that criticizes censorship
Finnish website that criticized the censorship in Finland was censored. And now it lost its case in Supreme Administrative Court, too. 26 Aug 2013 - 14 comments
Anti-piracy group copies Pirate Bay for fake website
Anti-piracy group copies Pirate Bay for fake website
A Finnish anti-piracy group has put online a fake Pirate Bay, and appear to have copied outright from the Pirate Bay website. 13 Feb 2013 - 10 comments
Finland in pornography censorship debate
Finland in pornography censorship debate
Finnish Minister for Justice Anna-Maja Henriksson has backed blocking pornography showing animals and 'violent pornography.' 07 Feb 2013 - 5 comments
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