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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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Action star Steven Seagal appointed as Russian Ministry’s special representative

90’s action star Steven Seagal has been named as Russia’s special representative to the U.S. According to Russia’s Foreign Ministry, he has been recruited to assist cooperati...   Read More

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A new law to inhibit the tracking of minors’ information likely to affect tech giants

The discussion regarding large technology corporations tracking and processing users’ data seems to be pervasive. Countries all over the world continue to regulate the usage ...   Read More

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Now the disgruntled subscribers in California can heave a sigh of relief

A new law formulated by California’s government went into effect on 1st July, allowing people to cancel subscriptions online. California Senate Bill No. 313 states that any c...   Read More

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Facebook now under the microscope as other federal agencies jump into inquiries

Facebook faces a rough road ahead as the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), FTC (Federal Trade Commission) and the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) have joined the inve...   Read More

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Airbnb wins the lawsuit brought by big property landlord, Aimco

Airbnb has defeated a lawsuit by Apartment Investment & Management Co that was seeking monetary damages and court orders to stop the short-term home-sharing website from enabling t...   Read More

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Apple Lost another Legal Battle, and This Time against an Italian Company Called “Steve Jobs”

Finally, after years of legal battles, brothers, Vincenzo and Giacomo Barbato have successfully managed to win a legal battle against Apple earning their company the right to call ...   Read More

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A bribery case, a Nigerian oil industry’s involvement: a whole new debacle in U.S

In a bid to recover assets that includes hefty amount: a $50 million Manhattan apartment and an $80 million yacht, the U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit as the properties wer...   Read More

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Corporal punishment is legal in public schools in the U.S. to instill discipline

U.S Department of Education released a data on the excessive use of corporal punishment practiced to make children disciplined. In the 2013-2014 school year, greater than 160,000 c...   Read More

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Google spared $1.3 billion tax bill after winning a case in the French Court

Google won its fight against a 1.12 billion-euro French tax bill after a court rejected claims the search-engine giant abused loopholes to avoid paying its fair share. The Paris a...   Read More

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DoNotPay the “World’s first robot lawyer” is available in all over US now

A chatbot that provides free legal counsel using AI is now available in all 50 states. This is following its success in New York, Seattle, and the UK, where it was invented by Brit...   Read More


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