Will the drone ring the door bell or just leave the package on the sidewalk, waiting to be collected by the first bloke who passes by ? Which might not be me.
The case starts in Italy (=state law) and is passed up to the European court in Brussels (=federal law). Do not let a Europhile read those terms but that is what it is equivalent to. It does not matter what is decided at local level, if Brussels decides otherwise the local law is trumped.
It is not passed up to an "European court". It is a Belgian court seated in Brussels which will have to rule according to Belgian law. Both The Italian and Belgian courts have some common ground, because the national laws are based on EU directives. EU directives are legal frameworks, but leave it up to national laws to decide on fines, for example.
The European court of justice is seated in Luxembourg, and has no business in the present case.
I watch French TV and read French newspapers every day. I should know. The fact is that this is still under discussion, and then only for those drivers who have had several times a positive alcohol test. Further, there is a presidential election coming next spring. It is not the time to take such measures.
In short, this news report is BS.
It does all out of the box: IPv6, integrated telephony with VoIP, fax, answering machine. check it out
Article 85 of the Treaty on the European Union clearly states :
" 1. The following shall be prohibited as incompatible with the common market:
e.make the conclusion of contracts subject to acceptance by the other parties of supplementary obligations which, by their nature or according to commercial usage, have no connection with the subject of such contracts."
Clearly, the customer who buys computer hardware should be able to freely select which software is installed on it, prior to the conclusion of the sale.