Saturday, 16 November 2019

Internet News: Indonesia needs to urgently establish data protection law: minister

Indonesia aims to bring in a new law to protect personal data by next year as it follows in the footsteps of Southeast Asian neighbors such as Singapore and also the European Union, the country's new communications minister told Reuters.
Read the full story at Indonesia needs to urgently establish data protection law: minister on the Reuters website.
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Friday, 15 November 2019

Internet News: U.S. Supreme Court to hear Google bid to end Oracle copyright suit

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear Google's bid to escape Oracle Corp's multi-billion dollar lawsuit accusing Google of infringing software copyrights to build the Android operating system that runs most of the world's smartphones.
Read the full story at U.S. Supreme Court to hear Google bid to end Oracle copyright suit on the Reuters website.
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Internet News: U.S. restaurants remove dining rooms to speed off-site food frenzy

Restaurants are doing away with dining rooms as consumers increasingly order food deliveries through apps such as Uber Technologies Inc's Uber Eats and GrubHub Inc.
Read the full story at U.S. restaurants remove dining rooms to speed off-site food frenzy on the Reuters website.
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Internet News: Explainer: What's behind Labour's plan to overhaul BT and the British broadband network?

Britain's opposition Labour Party says if it wins the Dec. 12 election it will nationalize BT's broadband network and provide free internet for all within a decade, a radical election pledge to roll back decades of private ownership.
Read the full story at Explainer: What's behind Labour's plan to overhaul BT and the British broadband network? on the Reuters website.
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Internet News: UK's Labour plans high-speed connection to voter hearts with BT nationalization

Britain's opposition Labour Party plans to nationalize BT's broadband network to provide free internet for all if it wins power, making a radical election pledge to roll back 35 years of private ownership that caught both the company and its shareholders by surprise.
Read the full story at UK's Labour plans high-speed connection to voter hearts with BT nationalization on the Reuters website.
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