OCT
30
2019

House Democrats Set Out Rules for Trump Impeachment Inquiry: US

Resolution set to be voted on this week as testimony continues

OCT
30
2019

UK lawmakers agree to hold Dec. 12 election in bid to resolve Brexit paralysis

The British people will vote in a general election in December for the first time since 1923.

OCT
29
2019

Facebook, Google, Twitter urged to do more to combat fake news in EU

The Commission is now drawing up regulations known as the Digital Services Act.

OCT
29
2019

Australian regulator files privacy suit against Google alleging location data misuse

A Google spokeswoman said the company would defend the matter.

OCT
28
2019

Massachusetts brings climate-related fraud case against Exxon: US

Under the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Act Chapter 93A

OCT
28
2019

Microsoft beats Amazon for Pentagon´s $10 billion cloud computing contract: US

In a statement, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) spokesman said the company was “surprised about this conclusion.”

OCT
28
2019

EU agrees to give the UK a Brexit extension until January 31

Nonetheless, the European Union is set to exclude any future renegotiation on the U.K.’s departure.

OCT
25
2019

US files complaint against California for international cap-and-trade agreement

Cap-and-trade agreements are a major component of California’s plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

OCT
25
2019

US House approves election security bill

The bill had no votes from Republicans, who dismiss it as an unnecessary restriction on campaigns.

OCT
25
2019

Judge asks Samsung heir to be humble at bribery trial: South Korean

The court said the interpretation by the Seoul High Court on what constituted bribes by Samsung to Park was too narrow.

OCT
25
2019

UK PM Boris Johnson says he wants December 12 general election

A vote on whether to hold a general election will be held before Christmas is to be held on Monday.

OCT
25
2019

U.S. Justice Department bolsters antitrust staff to work on online platform probe

The department said in July it was opening a probe of big high tech firms into whether they break antitrust law

OCT
24
2019

Justice Department and SEC drop investigation of Snap

SEC had subpoenaed it for information regarding investors’ allegations that Snap misled the public about how competition from Facebook

OCT
24
2019

India´s top court orders mobile operators to pay $13 billion in dues

Telecom providers pay DoT nearly 3-5% of AGR as usage charges for spectrum or airwaves and 8% of AGR as licence fees

OCT
24
2019

Google is accused of creating spy tool to squelch worker dissent: US

Employees said they discovered that a team within the company was creating the new tool for the custom Google Chrome browser installed on all workers’ computers

OCT
24
2019

Defense team accuses Tokyo prosecutors of colluding with Nissan and Japan to get Ghosn

The prosecution is also alleged to have directed Nissan employees to break into Ghosn’s house to confiscate personal goods

OCT
24
2019

Saudi Arabia´s new bankruptcy law faces key test in the courts

Legislation introduced in 2018 is part of broader efforts to overhaul the economy of the world’s top oil exporter t

OCT
23
2019

Facebook probe by U.S. states expands to 47 attorneys general

The investigation of Facebook announced in September had included Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee and the District of Columbia.

OCT
23
2019

Slovenian Lawmakers Approve Bailout Law Criticized by ECB

The law is at the center of a criminal probe and demands by investors

OCT
23
2019

Judge rules ex-Deutsche Bank traders can be prosecuted under wire fraud law for alleged ‘spoofing’

The decision will allow a criminal case against two ex-Deutsche Bank precious metals traders, accused of manipulating precious metals futures markets from 2009 to 2011

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