#US #government loses bid to force #Facebook to #wiretap #Messenger calls

By Zack Whittaker, techcrunch.com US government investigators have lost a case to force Facebook to wiretap calls made over its…

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Uber wants to track your location even when you’re not using the app

Some riders feel ‘icky’ about the new permissions By Andrew J. Hawkins, theverge.com Should Uber be able to track you…

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Uber and Grab hit with $9.5M in fines over ‘anti-competitive’ merger in singapore

By Jon Russell, techcrunch.com Uber and Grab have been hit with combined fines of $9.5 million after their merger deal…

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Iran summons Western diplomats over parade attack that killed 25 because they think it was american masters

by Associated Press | NBCNEWS.com Before leaving Tehran to attend the U.N. General Assembly in New York, President Hassan Rouhani…

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Opinion: Steve Hilton: At the UN President Trump should call for a total economic boycott of China

By Steve Hilton | FoxNews.com On Monday President Trump will address the United Nations General Assembly. It will be another…

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EU slaps Google with $5 billion fine for the Android antitrust case

by Natasha Mathur, hub.pakthub.com Google got fined with €4.34 billion yesterday for breaching EU antitrust laws. According to EU, Google…

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White House Drafts Antitrust executive Order to Investigate Google, Twitter, and Facebook’s Business Practices

By Ben Brody and Jennifer Jacobs / Bloomberg.com The order is meant to investigate suspected “online platform bias” (Bloomberg) —…

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