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british graffiti artist banksy submitted the installation to be part of the royal acadamy's summer exhibition. The post banksy repurposes EU customs gate for anti-brexit ‘keep ou’ installation in london appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
From July 1, any electric vehicle with four or more wheels that wants to be approved for road use in the European Union is going to have to have an "Acoustic Vehicle Alert System," or AVAS, fitted, making a continuous noise of at least 56 decibels if the car's going 20kmh or slower... Continue Reading Dawn of the noisy electric car: EU laws requiring audible warning sounds take effect July
Architects Rem Koolhaas and Stephan Petermann have produced a film explaining why, at the same price as a Netflix subscription, EU membership offers value for money to UK citizens. Read more
the german artist and activist has created an open source, print-at-home poster campaign, which has spread across the entire EU bloc. The post wolfgang tillmans recruits creatives to promote EU elections in ‘vote together’ campaign appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Valve has fired back at today†™s geo-blocking accusations from the European Commission, saying that, in short, Steam as a platform can†™t be held responsible for the actions of the named publishers. ...
"In a true Digital Single Market, European consumers should have the right to buy and play video games of their choice regardless of where they live in the EU." ...
The Royal College of Art in London has announced plans to expand its science and technology programme, and revealed that student applications from within the European Union have risen in the past year. Read more
Google has given the public a preview of what Internet news results may look like if EU Copyright Directive Article 11 passes. Under this directive, news aggregators like Google and Bing would be required to pay non-waivable licensing fees in order to display image thumbnails and small text snippets from news articles.The European Parliament backed the controversial copyright directive in Septemb
In September 2018, the European Parliament voted in favor of the highly controversial EU Copyright Directive, which aims to “harmonize” copyright law across Europe. But critics argue the law could destroy the open Web, and now Google is showing an eye-opening look at what its search results could soon look like.The final language of the directive is set to be made public next week. In
graduates andrea cadioli and eugenio superchi detail the life-changing benefits of SCI-Arc's EU scholarship, which is open for applications for 2019. The post andrea cadioli and eugenio superchi’s theses highlight SCI-Arc EU scholarship appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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