NOV
18

SoftBank´s Yahoo Japan-Line merger aims to take on U.S., China online behemoths

By taking advantage of Line’s user base of 82 million in Japan and Yahoo Japan’s 50 million

NOV
18

Twitter tightens bans on political ads and causes ahead of 2020 U.S. election

Twitter said it will use a combination of automated technology and human teams to enforce the new ad policies.

NOV
18

Oklahoma judge reduces Johnson & Johnson opioid payout to $465 million: US

The decision by Cleveland County District Judge Thad Balkman in Norman

NOV
18

Germany makes measles vaccinations compulsory for children

The Public Health Service will also carry out voluntary vaccinations at schools.

NOV
14

Trump team seeks curbs on work permits for asylum-seekers

A proposed rule would double the time asylum-seekers must wait for a work permit to a year and bar those who crossed a border illegally

NOV
14

India set to file fresh charges in $2 billion PNB bank fraud case

India’s Central Bureau of Investigation did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

NOV
14

Uber adds new safety features in the UK as another decision on its London license nears

London’s transport regulator is due to decide whether to grant Uber another license by Nov. 25.

NOV
13

U.S. judge rules suspicionless searches of travelers´ digital devices unconstitutional

The judge said that to the extent CBP and ICE policies allowed for such searches without cause

NOV
13

Google’s ‘Project Nightingale’ Triggers Federal Inquiry: US

Deal with Ascension health system aimed at improving patient care provides Google with health-data gold mine

NOV
13

Supreme Court leans toward Trump on ending ´Dreamers´ immigrant program: US

DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, protects about 700,000 “Dreamers.”

NOV
12

U.S. Supreme Court to hear Trump bid to end safeguards for immigrant ´Dreamers´

Trump has called on Congress to “advance responsible immigration reform” but never proposed a detailed replacement for DACA.

NOV
12

Supreme Court set to hear case over booking.com trademark regitration:US

The case involves the travel website, booking.com, which attempted registration of a trademark for its website name.

NOV
12

State attorneys general meet in Colorado to discuss Google antitrust probe

Perhaps about a dozen states were expected to send representatives to the meeting, one of the sources said.

NOV
12

Dutch court orders Facebook to pull financial fraud adverts

The court ordered Facebook to pull the offending ads or be fined up to 1.1 million euros ($1.2 million).

NOV
11

China´s Jingye Group in talks to buy British Steel

Gareth Stace, director general of industry lobby group UK Steel, also told Reuters nothing had been finalised.

NOV
11

UBS Fined $51 Million by Hong Kong Regulator for Overcharging Clients

The fine is the equal to the largest ever levied on a bank in Hong Kong.

NOV
11

New Zealand Parliament passes zero carbon bill

Greenhouse gases from agriculture make up 48 percent of the countries total emissions.

NOV
8

Kenya passes data protection law crucial for tech investments

The East African nation has attracted foreign firms with innovations such as Safaricom’s M-Pesa mobile money services

NOV
8

Exxon´s lawyer calls lawsuit a ´cruel joke´ as climate change fraud trial ends

The case, filed in October 2018 in Manhattan state court

NOV
8

Trump must pay $2 million for misusing namesake charity: Judge US

President Trump defended the charity in a statement on Twitter

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