Telekom Srbija bids due early August; Russia edges towards 'right to be forgotten'

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> Serbia's government invited bidders to submit offers for a 58 per stake in Telekom Srbija by Aug. 2. Reuters article

> Orange said the ACE (Africa Coast to Europe) submarine cable has been launched in Cotonou, Benin and Tenerife, Canary Islands and now serves 18 countries. Release

> LG Display prepared to invest KRW900 billion (€721 million/$799 million) in a new OLED production line for smartphones and wearable devices. Reuters report

> Russian politicians approved a bill offering Internet users a similar right to be forgotten as in the European Union. Reuters article

> Uber suspended a smartphone based ride sharing service in France, just days after mass protests by taxi drivers. Telegraph report

And finally…Mark Zuckerberg backed telepathy as a future communications technology. Sydney Morning Herald article

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