FEB
7

U.S. appeals court will not reconsider net neutrality repeal ruling

In petitions filed in December, the Computer & Communications Industry Association, internet trade group INCOMPAS, and various advocacy groups.

FEB
6

US court orders JP Morgan to hand over merger documents JBS-Bertin

The Galdino & Coelho office, which represents Mota, gained access to documents and information from the JP Morgan Chase bank

FEB
6

Huawei launches legal action against Verizon alleging unauthorized patent use: China

Verizon has previously declined to comment on its patent dispute with the Huawei.

FEB
6

Women of defective French breast implants may claim damages only in France: EU

The company filled its implants with unauthorized industrial silicone instead of medical silicone. It shut down in 2010.

FEB
6

EU investigates Qualcomm over radio-frequency chips

Qualcomm supplies “modem” chips, also sometimes called baseband processors,

FEB
6

China Wants to Patent Gilead’s Experimental Coronavirus Drug

Wuhan’s virology institute has applied for remdesivir’s patent

FEB
6

Donald Trump acquitted in Senate impeachment trial: US

Mitt Romney becomes first senator in history to vote to convict a president from his own party

FEB
5

Ireland announces inquiry into Google’s processing of location data

The DPC states that it has received numerous complaints from various Consumer Organizations across the EU.

FEB
5

Twitter unveils new rules to tackle deepfakes ahead of the 2020 election

Twitter will not allow users to “deceptively share synthetic or manipulated media that are likely to cause harm,” according to the policy.

FEB
5

Qatar Airways in talks to buy 49% RwandAir stake, interested in increasing LATAM investment

Qatar Airways already owns stakes in British Airways-parent International Airlines Group

FEB
4

Japan to amend laws to help elderly work until 70

The government plans to submit the bills — covering six laws — to the ongoing Diet session and hopes to put them into effect from April 2021

FEB
4

Tech companies face clampdown in Germany over competition fears

Watchdog would get more power to intervene over market dominance and treatment of data

FEB
4

U.S. finalizes rule to slap duties on countries that undervalue currencies

The rule would not result in the application of such duties to all imports from a given country

FEB
4

Google faces privacy probe in EU over location tracking

EU privacy rules allow data watchdogs to levy hefty fines

FEB
3

Insurers in the spotlight over coronavirus: China

Policyholders and lawyers are poring over contracts to see if epidemic is covered

FEB
3

Japan´s WTO petition over South Korea shipbuilding signals renewed tensions

The origin of the dispute goes back to November 2018 when Japan complained to the WTO that South Korea provided funds.

FEB
3

Senate rejects witnesses in Trump impeachment trial, clearing way for acquittal: US

The Senate approved on a party-line vote a timeline for the rest of the trial that calls for a final vote on the impeachment

FEB
3

Trump signs executive order targeting online sales of counterfeit products: US

In order to crackdown on counterfeits, CBP has been tasked to develop criteria to create an International Mail Non-Compliance score

FEB
3

Brexit trade deal clash: UK and EU begin sparring over rules

Britain wants to negotiate a trade deal by the end of 2020

JAN
31

Democratic witness bid seems doomed in Trump trial as Murkowski says no

Democrats, who earlier in the day sounded resigned to defeat in their bid to call witnesses.

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