Micromobility provider Bolt undercuts peers with e-scooter rollout in nine-inner German cities

On Tuesday, Estonian start-up Bolt launched electric scooter services in nine German cities saying it was its biggest and most challenging rollout to date. Bolt will offer rides for as little as $0.06 (0.05 euros) per minute with no unlocking fees, in a market that sees peers charging typically 1 euro per trip plus 15-25…

Estonia’s parliament passes ‘Huawei law’ for telecom equipment security

In a significant development, Estonia’s parliament has approved a new law – Electronics Communications Act – to ensure that proper security reviews are undertaken for the installation of telecom equipment for future communication networks. The law, which lawmakers dubbed the “Huawei law” in reference to the Chinese telecommunications company, leaves the details of implementation to…