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Google tracks users who turn off location history

Google said in response that it provides clear descriptions of its tools and how to turn them off.

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Illinois sues Trump Tower over Chicago River water use

Her suit alleges the hotel draws in nearly 20 million gallons (75m litres) of water a day for its air conditioning and ventilation system.

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In first, transgender woman wins Democratic nomination for Vermont governor

Hallquist is the first openly transgender candidate to win a major party nomination for governor or a statewide office of any kind.

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Tinder founders sue parent IAC, saying it owes them billions

“The defendants made contractual promises to recruit and retain the men and women who built Tinder,” Orin Snyder, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, said in a statement.

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West Virginia House of Delegates impeaches entire Supreme Court

The articles contain accusations of wasteful spending of taxpayer funds for office renovations and improper use of resources and property.

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Bangladesh war crimes tribunal sentences 5 to death for 1971 crimes

The judgement marks the fourth time in 2018 that the ICTB, which was established in 2009 under the International Crimes Act, has imposed the death penalty.

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Armenia appeals court releases former president Robert Kocharian from custody

According to Kocharian’s lawyer, Ruben Sahakyan, the court’s decision hinged on article 140 of Armenia’s Constitution.

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Brazil´s farmers dump sugar for soy as trade war boosts Chinese demand

Brazil’s grains boom has it rivaling United States as the world’s top soy producer this year, after outpacing U.S. exports over the past five years.

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Why Turkey´s economic collapse is so scary?

Lots of things are going wrong in Turkey, all at once.

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Erdogan says Turkey will boycott U.S. electronics, lira steadies

Erdogan says Turkey is the target of an economic war, and has made repeated calls for Turks to sell their dollars and euros to shore up the national currency.

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South Korea is banning thousands of BMWs after engine fires

BMW owners who receive the notices ordering them to take their cars in for inspection will only be allowed to drive the vehicles for the purpose of the safety check.

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Australia plans law for tech firms to hand over encrypted private data

The measure will pull Australia’s security laws in line with new technology, said Angus Taylor, the minister for law enforcement and cybersecurity.

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Nintendo cracks down on retro games downloads

The sites made old games available in the Rom format, which is typically a copy of all the data on the read-only memory of a video game cartridge.

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Facebook pages with large U.S. following to require more authorization

Facebook removed 32 pages and accounts from Facebook and Instagram as part of efforts to combat foreign meddling in U.S. elections.

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Ex-Nike employees sue company, allege unequal compensation

The plaintiffs seek unspecified monetary damages, and a court order requiring Nike to pay its employees fairly without regard to gender.

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Essure sterilisation device: Australian women to launch lawsuit

Australian women launch class action over device after reports of perforations and chronic pain.

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Australia urged to restrict Monsanto´s Roundup after US court rules it caused cancer

Greenpeace says government should be ‘exercising the precautionary principle’ until more studies conducted.

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Monsanto ordered to pay $289m as jury rules weedkiller caused man´s cancer

Court finds in favor of Dewayne Johnson, first person to take Roundup maker to trial.

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Federal appeals court overturns EPA order allowing pesticide

The EPA argued that the court did not have jurisdiction until the EPA responds to the objections that the petitioners filed through the EPA process, but the court rejected this argument.

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Japanese automakers Suzuki, Mazda, Yamaha falsified data, government says

The three companies said they certified products that tested unsuccessfully.

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