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CW Nordics: Sweden eyes geo-fencing to protect against terror attacks
Sweden is developing an integrated IT/geo-fencing system to protect the country’s towns and cities against attacks by terrorists using vehicles as “killing machines”. Also read about Microsoft building two more datacentres in Norway to support its cloud computing services in Europe, and find out why investigators have closed the Nokia extortion probe without finding a motive or making an arrest.
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Swedish state-private partnership will use advanced IT to secure cities
Swedish authorities are working with the private sector to develop geo-fencing technology to protect cities from vehicle-related terrorist attacks
Microsoft expands datacentre footprint in Norway
Microsoft is introducing two new datacentre regions in Norway and is targeting the oil and gas industry with its Azure services
Investigators close Nokia extortion probe without finding a motive or making an arrest
New details of €2m blackmail of Nokia in 2007 emerge as Finland’s NBI calls a halt to its investigation