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US government orders Google to let employees speak out after months of employee activism

The company will tell employees that they are free to speak publicly

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House Judiciary Committee approves rules for impeachment investigation

Specifically, the resolution cites instances of Trump attempting to thwart the Mueller Investigation

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India police probing AB InBev in New Delhi tax evasion case

The Delhi ban followed an investigation by city authorities which found that beer maker SABMiller - acquired by AB InBev in 2016 for around $100 billion

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English and Northern Irish courts reject legal challenges to suspension of Parliament

Most notably, a no-deal Brexit would likely result in the construction of border barriers between Ireland and Northern Ireland

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Google hit with $550 million fine in France over tax probe

French financial prosecutors opened an investigation into the company’s tax dealings four years ago.

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EU court says Germany has to notify EU of copyright law targeting Google

The case underlines the battle between publishers and Alphabet unit Google over the share of revenues from distributing news.

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France: we can´t allow Facebook´s Libra in Europe

The minister, Bruno Le Maire, did not spell out how France could keep Libra out of the 28-member European Union.

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The group overseeing Facebook’s libra cryptocurrency will apply for a payments license in Switzerland: US

The organization submitted a request to the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) to clarify how the libra coin will be regulated under Swiss rules.

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Trump Administration Can Curb Asylum Bids, Supreme Court Says: US

Rule says most must seek asylum in countries they pass through

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U.S. House passes two bills to ban new offshore drilling

The bills were not expected to gain traction in the Republican-led Senate

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Yahoo Japan bids for control of fashion e-tailer Zozo for $3.7 billion

The stock jumped as much 19% in early Tokyo trade, while Yahoo Japan shares rose as much as 6% in a near-flat market .N225.

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UK court grants Nintendo injunction requiring internet providers to block Switch piracy websites

In reaching this decision the court relied on a previous case discussing intellectual property.

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11

China to remove tariffs on some U.S. products, but not pork or soybeans

Further exemptions will be announced in the coming weeks.

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11

California Senate passes bill to tighten ´gig´ worker rule

It has also come under sharp criticism by trade groups and so-called “gig economy” firms that rely heavily on contractors.

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Seoul to file WTO complaint over Japan´s ´discriminatory´ export curbs

Bilateral relations deteriorated after South Korea’s Supreme Court last year ordered two Japanese companies to compensate wartime workers

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Amazon Probed by U.S. Antitrust Officials Over Marketplace

The FTC is interviewing merchants to determine whether the e-commerce giant is using its market power to hurt competition.

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UK Parliament’s suspension is unlawful, Scottish court says

The U.K. Parliament was shuttered Monday and will reconvene on October 14.

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UK Parliament is now suspended as Brexit crisis boils over

That divide between Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government and Parliament was thrown into sharp relief in a dramatic week full of intrigue, votes and resignations.

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Judge lets Facebook privacy class action proceed, calls company´s views ´so wrong´

He rejected Facebook’s arguments that users suffered no “tangible” harm and had no legitimate privacy interest

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