As the United States grapples with the 5G rollout affecting airlines, a European Union watchdog warned on Monday that the EU faces much bigger economic and security threats unless member countries step up cooperation. The alarm bells are included in a special report on the 27-nation bloc’s preparations for 5G, the fifth and next generation of wireless communications. 5G is projected to propel the world into a new digital age with greater technological innovations and vulnerabilities. The European Court of Auditors study has a two-pronged clarion call, saying Europe is falling behind North America and Asia in the rollout of 5G networks, and the EU needs to beef up its strategy to counter accompanying national-security risks.
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