Since the 5th of November, 2012, the annual cost of using the local version of the workflow software M.E.Doc by Ukrainian company BEST has increased by 85% from 810 to 1500 UAH.
The Ukrainian most popular file-sharing site Ex.ua has been shut down by Ukrainian police with immediate effect.
In 2010, Russian authorities seized the domain of the country’s biggest BitTorrent tracker, Torrents.ru, in copyright related action. Now, just over a year later, police have swooped on its sister site, Pornolab – Russia’s biggest porn tracker – and seized its servers. With the recent demise of two other huge adult trackers, it’s possible that Pornolab was the largest adult torrent site in the world.
The National Television and Radio Broadcasting Council has selected five companies to broadcast on eight television channels and 24 companies to broadcast on 126 radio frequencies.
The State Property Fund of Ukraine calls five Austrian nationals, three of whom are EPIC managing partners, the ultimate owners of ESU (Kyiv; subsidiary of the European Privatisation and Investment Corporation, EPIC, Austria), which on March 11 acquired 92.79% of shares in Ukrtelecom
Stock market players notice insignificant influence of the sale by the State Property Fund of 92.8% of shares in Ukrtelecom, Ukraine’s biggest telecommunication company, to ESU (Kyiv; subsidiary of the European Privatisation and Investment Corporation, EPIC, Austria) on Ukrtelecom quotations
Yulia Tymoshenko, former prime minister and current leader of the Batkivschyna All-Ukrainian Association party calls understated the price at which the State Property Fund sold 92.79% of shares in Ukrtelecom, she has told a news conference.
The State Property Fund of Ukraine sold 92.79% of shares in Ukrtelecom, Ukraine’s biggest telecommunication company, to ESU (Kyiv; subsidiary of the European Privatisation and Investment Corporation, EPIC, Austria) for UAH 10.575 billion.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has allocated the “.укр” (.ukr) national domain to Ukraine, press service of the Cabinet of Ministers said.
The National Communications Regulatory Commission (NCRC) intends to raise utmost monthly fees for fixed-line telephones in towns and district centres by 10% — 25.1% or UAH 3.38 — UAH 4.12 to UAH 20.56 — UAH 37.19 from May.