Ericsson announces appointments in Asia; OneWeb raises $500M

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> Orange's bid for Jazztel was reportedly accepted by 95 per cent of shareholders of the Spanish group. Reuters article

> OneWeb, which plans to sell Internet services via satellite, raised $500 million (€446 million) in funding from a group of global investors and set out its launch plan. Reuters article

> Ericsson announced two new appointments for its operations in Asia. Chris Houghton is appointed Head of Region North East Asia, while Paolo Colella is appointed Head of Region India.

> Yahoo's chief information security officer Alex Stamos will join Facebook as chief security officer from Monday. Reuters article

And finally…Germany tries to limit e-porn to the small hours. BBC News article

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