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'Considerable concern' at Google's unwillingness to follow court orders - Privacy Commissioner

'considerable concern' at google's unwillingness to follow court orders - privacy commissioner
New Zealand's privacy commissioner says it would be of "considerable concern" to the country's judiciary and Parliament if any organisation was unwilling to follow court orders.The statement from the..
New Zealand Herald

Spain’s Alsasua terrorism case raises fears over judiciary

Escalation of Basque village bar fight fuels allegations of interference
FT.com

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News video: New EU Privacy Rule Is Changing How Facebook Treats Data

New EU Privacy Rule Is Changing How Facebook Treats Data 02:21

The General Data Protection Regulation requires companies that collect user data to guarantee some of that data is secure and protected.
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News video: Trump: FBI 'Infiltrating A Campaign' To Benefit Another Campaign Would Be A 'Really Big Deal'

Trump: FBI 'Infiltrating A Campaign' To Benefit Another Campaign Would Be A 'Really Big Deal' 01:02

President Trump posted another tweet on the reports concerning an FBI informant, who talked to his campaign advisers. President Trump has continued to speak out about allegations that the U.S...
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News video: This isn’t the first time the NYC lawyer has been accused of racist remarks

This isn’t the first time the NYC lawyer has been accused of racist remarks 01:06

New York lawyer Aaron Schlossberg has been identified as the man making racist comments at a Manhattan deli. Video of Schlossberg threatening to call ICE on Spanish-speaking employees went viral on May..
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News video: Turkey Condemns Halkbank Sentencing As Political Attack

Turkey Condemns Halkbank Sentencing As Political Attack 00:38

On Thursday, Turkey condemned the sentencing of an executive from one of its state-owned banks as a political attack by the United States, after a New York court handed down a 32 month prison sentence..
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News video: Bannon and Cambridge Analytica Plotted Black Voter Suppression, Whistleblower Claims

Bannon and Cambridge Analytica Plotted Black Voter Suppression, Whistleblower Claims 01:14

One of Cambridge Analytica's whistleblowers has revealed company and its then-VP Steve Bannon were allegedly pursuing voter suppression toward black voters. Veuer's Nathan Rousseau Smith reports.
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Official Urges Suspension Of Iran’s JCPOA Commitments

A senior official at the Iranian Judiciary who calls himself “a critic” of the 2015 nuclear deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) said the country’s administration should..
Eurasia Review

Congress rejected, its pact unholy...we staked claim due to mandate: Amit Shah

BJP president Amit Shah said on Monday that the party staked claim to form government in Karnataka because it was its moral duty to do so as the single-largest formation. It was also due to the faith..
DNA

More Indian youths are supporting live-in relationships

With the judiciary throwing its weight in favour of couples in live-in relationships, we can only wait and watch how things change.
IndiaTimes

Should TVs telecast Azan five times a day? No, says daily

Should Pakistani judiciary order news channels to telecast Azan, the Islamic call to prayer, five times a day? No, says a leading Pakistani newspaper arguing that it will only cause more harm than..
Sify

RLSP launches campaign for inclusive judiciary


newKerala.com

Collegium system for appointment of judges a black spot on Indian democracy: Union Minister Kushwaha

 Union Minister Upendra Kushwaha today said the collegium system for selection of judges of high courts and the Supreme Court lacked transparency and was a "black spot" on Indian democracy, and called..
DNA

Ravi Shankar Prasad says there is 'need for transparency' in appointment of judges

Ravi Shankar Prasad on Saturday said there was "need for transparency" in the appointment of judges and the "autonomy of the judiciary should be respected".
Firstpost

Blood on Bengal Ballots

On May 14, when polling was supposed to take place in West Bengal's panchayat election, ballot boxes were forced open on roadsides. Water was poured in them. Many were burnt, some thrown in ponds. All..
DNA

From Mamata Banerjee to Chandrababu Naidu: How opposition hailed BJP's Karnataka defeat

The three-day-old BJP government in Karnataka collapsed today as Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa quit minutes before he was to face a floor test to prove his contested majority in the hung assembly..
DNA

Former CJI TS Thakur criticises four dissenting senior most judges for holding press conference

 Former Chief Justice of India TS Thakur today spoke out against the controversial January 12 press conference held by four senior judges of the Supreme Court, saying they "need not look for outside..
DNA

SC order on Karnataka floor test exposes Rahul's blinkered vision on integrity of CJI and Indian judiciary

Now that the Supreme Court has effectively quashed the Karnataka governor Vajubhai Vala's decision and slashed BJP chief minister BS Yeddyurappa's window to prove majority from 15 days to 24 hours (a..
Firstpost

BJP questions Cong's flickering opinion on Indian judiciary


newKerala.com

Congress' 'double standards' towards judiciary exposed: BJP


IndiaTimes

Such things happen only in Pakistan: Rahul Gandhi

Taking a direct dig at PM Modi, he said, "The judiciary is under fear, the press is under fear and even the BJP's members of parliament are under the same fear as they cannot speak a single word before..
DNA

More than 4 lakh cases pending at Metropolitan Magistrate Court, reveals RTI

There are over 4 lakh cases pending at the Metropolitan Magistrate Court in Mumbai as of March 31, 2018. Of these nearly 10 per cent are as old as 10 years old. The information was provided to Chetan..
DNA

Atmosphere of fear in country, situation similar to Pakistan under dictatorship: Rahul Gandhi

Against the backdrop of political developments in Karnataka, Congress president Rahul Gandhi today claimed the situation in the country was similar to that in Pakistan under "dictatorship". At an..
DNA

Judiciary, press fear BJP, claims Rahul Gandhi


IndiaTimes

State of Indian judiciary akin to Pakistan's: Rahul


newKerala.com

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