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Britain to regulate social media to contain harmful content

Social media has contributed enormously to connect people all across the globe. It has facilitated the rapid spread of ideas and helped spawn industries to help numerous people. However, its rampant u...  Read More

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Consumers Protection websites are down because of the shutdown declared by the government

Key websites for consumer protection run by the Federal Communications Commission and Federal Trade Commission are down due to the shutdown declared by the Government. Reportedly, ...   Read More

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Sexual Misconduct Cover-up: Lawsuits Filed Against Alphabet Inc Board

Google parent Alphabet Inc is accused of covering up sexual misconduct claims against two former executives over the last five years. Because of which, two shareholder lawsuits wer...   Read More

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Data Leaked Online: Cyber-Crooks Attack German Politicians, Steal Huge Cache of Sensitive Documents

In a shocking turn of events, hackers post personal data of hundreds of German politicians from major parties including Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Frank-Walter Steinmei...   Read More

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Engine Fires Crisis: BMW under Attack in South Korea, Hit by $10 Million Fine

BMW faces heat in South Korea over its handling of a spate of engine fires in the country, Reuters reported. The German automaker has been fined $10 million, the Ministry of Land,...   Read More

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Online Crackdown: Facebook, Twitter Remove Pages, Accounts Linked to Propagating ‘Anti-Government’ Sentiment

In the wake of Bangladesh elections around the corner, social media giants Facebook and Twitteron Thursday removed accounts and fake news pages linked to the government which, repo...   Read More

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Taxi Drivers Infuriated: Protests Erupt in Downtown Seoul over Launching of Carpooling Service

Scores of South Korean taxi drivers on Thursday held a protest rally in the capital city Seoul’s downtown area against a carpooling service, which, as per them, will destroy ...   Read More

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Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou Jailed in Canada, Faces Extradition to US

Huawei, a Chinese tech giant, is facing heat for the involvement of its Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Meng Wanzhou, for allegedly helping her company dodge US sanctions on Iran, a...   Read More

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A Temporary Ceasefire: US-China Trade Standoff Ends

A trade war between the United States and China took shape in the month of April this year. It certainly did not bring any happiness to businesses across many continents. How did ...   Read More

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Growing hemp is now legal in the United States for the first time in the century

Congress has finally passed a law to make hemp legal to grow in the US. Although both hemp and marijuana are derived from the same plant, hemp doesn’t make anyone high. It is...   Read More

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UK Parliament seizes Facebook’s documents

In a new twist in the ongoing saga of Facebook vs privacy, the parliament of the United Kingdom seized the social media giant’s documents to try to initiate action against the co...   Read More


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