How South Korea became an adequate country in regards to data privacy The 17th December 2021, South Korea became the newly member of a very select club of countries regarded by the European Union (EU) as adequate, in regards to personal data protection. Far from a simple badge of honour,…
On February 2, 2016, the EU Commission and the United States reached an agreement on a new framework with the objective to reestablish the flow of personal data across the Atlantic. One week later, the American Senate passed the Judicial Redress Act that will allow EU citizens to bring their…
Since more than 12 years, this Finnish website offer you to track your banknotes within the world. The purpose of this non-profit association is only to follow the path of European banknotes, for fun.
In 2002, 11 European countries abandoned their national currencies for the Euro. Since Latvia joined the euro-zone on the first of January 2014, there are now 18 countries which are officially using this currency.
In 1998, an American website called “Where’s George?” was created, in order to allow people to track their US dollars notes. A similar website was created here after for the Canadian dollar, and in 2002, Eurobilltracker arose, in order to offer the same service with European banknotes.
Harley-Davidson stood in the way of Apple branding their new “Lightning” connector… not for long.
Apple can use the name “Lightning” for its new iPhone, iPad and iPod connector, but that’s because the company acquired the rights from an unlikely place: motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson.
The acquisition showed up in a European trademark filing, and gives both companies the right to use the term. The trademark covers items such as electrical parts for motorcycles, helmets and turn signals, along with items that aren’t usually associated with motorcycles like computer games, televisions, and eye glasses.