Articles tagged with: Teenagers and Eu

Financial Sites Popular Among Older European Mobile Web Users

comScore has reported that financial services sites, such as those offering banking and stock trading services, are the most popular among European mobile subscribers older than 55, more

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EU calls on mobile operators to continue to improve child safety policies

Half of 10 year-old, 87% of 13 year-old and 95% of 16 year-old children in the EU have a mobile phone, but half of European parents worry mobile phone use might expose their children to sexually and violently explicit images (51%) or bullying by other children (49%), according to a survey. more

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Security risks rise as phones become smarter

Although the study uncovers some risky trends, the results represent a major opportunity for mobile operators to play a proactive and strategic role in protecting their subscribers, both through education and also through the security solutions they deploy across their networks. more

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Beyond 3G – Ultra-fast Mobile Radio Networks of the Future

Today’s growing third generation (3G) of mobile data services are only a taste of what is to come. Now, European researchers are paving the way to a world where ultra-fast internet access is available from every mobile device. more

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EU Says 80% of European Ringtone Websites Break the Law

The enquiry, which was carried out on more than 500 websites across the 27 Member States along with Norway and Iceland, found that 80% of the sites checked need to be further investigated for suspected breaches of EU consumer rules. more

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Europe to Clamp Down on Ringtone Websites

A study by the European Commission is reported to have found that the vast majority of websites selling mobile content aimed at children and teenagers are misleading them with unclear charges and confusing information. more

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EU Agreement to Limit Mobile Internet Access for Minors

Signalling the telecoms industry's move towards self-regulation the Mobile Entertainment Forum (MEF) has signed to the European Framework for Safer Mobile Use by Younger Teenagers and Children. more

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