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Uber is suing New York City for violating the car-restricting law and stopping driver licensing for a 12-month period beginning last August

Uber filed a lawsuit on Friday to overturn New York City's first law limiting the number of taxi drivers driving its streets. The law, which came into force last August, suspended the issuance of new driver's licenses for 12 months…. Continue Reading →

The SEC accuses Gene Levoff, the former vice president of corporate law at Apple, of insider trading, alleging that he had exchanged information about profits in 2015 and 2016 ; Levoff was fired in September

Levoff was put off Apple in July 2018 and ended in September, according to the SEC trial. "After being contacted by the authorities last summer, we conducted a thorough investigation with the help of external legal experts, which resulted in… Continue Reading →

Automatic license plate readers, formerly reserved for law enforcement, are now being used by private citizens, raising fears of abuse and new legal and ethical issues.

The state of supervision is no longer limited to the state. For years, police services have been monitoring people's cars with the help of cameras that record the license plate number of each passing vehicle. Electronic Frontier Foundation, a San… Continue Reading →

Paris sues Airbnb for publishing 1,000 illegal ads; a French law, adopted in 2018, makes companies punishable by a fine of 12,500 euros by illegal posting

FILE PHOTO: The Airbnb logo is displayed at an Airbnb event in Tokyo, Japan on June 14, 2018. REUTERS / Issei Kato / File Photo PARIS (Reuters) – The city of Paris is suing Airbnb for the release of 1,000… Continue Reading →

In a document filed in Russia, Apple claims to store user data, including their names, addresses, email addresses and phone numbers on Russian servers, in accordance with local law.

As New York's Minimum Wage Law comes into effect, Uber increases prices and Lyft continues NYC taxi and limousine service and says prices will rise

In a blog Friday, Uber said he expects travel prices to rise immediately. The company has not specified how much they will increase, however. A spokesman for Uber told CNN Business that the amount would vary per trip depending on… Continue Reading →

How to clean your Windows 10 law

Nowadays, a relatively clean and simple Windows 10 system disk can hold more than 150,000 files and 90,000 folders. A system disk that is more complex and heavy in applications can contain between half a million and one million files…. Continue Reading →

In Colorado, more than two dozen law enforcement agencies across the country encrypted their radio communications, preventing reporters from covering their beats.

Colorado journalists beaten for crime are growing in the dark. More than two dozen law enforcement agencies across the state have encrypted all their radio communications, not just those related to surveillance or a special operation. or sensitive. This means… Continue Reading →

$ 57 million fine to Google under European privacy law

A French regulator has fined Google $ 57 million for not having presented transparent information on its data collection practices. Claudia Cruz / CNET A French supervisory authority has fined Google 50 million euros for failing to properly disclose to… Continue Reading →

The EU copyright law reform with "link fee" and "download filters" suffered a setback, with 11 Member States voting against the proposal, making adoption less likely

Today, the Council has firmly rejected the negotiating mandate it was supposed to expose the position of the Member States before what was supposed to be the last round of negotiations with the European Parliament, reports Politico. National governments have… Continue Reading →

Apple CEO Tim Cook calls for a new privacy law with the right to delete your data

Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday called on the US Congress to pass a new comprehensive federal privacy law that would give every American access to personal data collected about them by technology companies and the public. possibility to delete… Continue Reading →

Vietnam accuses Facebook of failing to remove "defamatory content" in violation of the cybersecurity law that came into force on Jan. 1

Well, it did not take long. We are in less than 10 days in 2019 and Vietnam is already targeting threats against Facebook for violating the draconian cybersecurity law that came into effect on January 1st. US social network accused… Continue Reading →

What will the law firms look like in 2049?

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