Webwire: London lambasted for IPv6 omission; Fox lifts Amazon's premium content

Organizers of the 2012 Olympic Games are missing a chance to boost the city’s IPv6 credentials by refusing to commit to the technology, the head of European Web registry Ripe NCC claims.
 
Amazon is more than doubling the number of videos available to subscribers of its premium Prime service, through a deal with Twentieth Century Fox
 
Google is seeking to launch scheduled YouTube content channels, covering themes including fashion and sports, in the next two months.
 
US authorities are investigating allegations radio system developer Motorola Solutions paid bribes to win contracts in Europe.
 
Employees at India's BSNL are staging a hunger strike in protest over planned workforce reductions and alleged mismanagement at the top level. A regular strike is scheduled for October.
 
After a year of negotiations, Egypt's Orascom has secured a 15 year operating license extension for Bangladeshi subsidiary Banglalink. Orascom will pay $263 million (€194 million) in spectrum and license renewal fees.

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