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EU plans to tax big tech multinationals on local revenue French economy minister Bruno Le Maire says the EU has plans to tax big multinational technology companies — like Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon — between…
US claims Huawei would endanger ties with Australia The United States has ramped up the pressure on Australia to keep Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei out of major Australian contracts, with a Republican Congressman…
'Anti-Huawei law' to take effect in September An Australian telecommunications law that takes effect in September this year has provisions to address any concerns about companies that are involved in future projects…
EU gives Facebook, Google an hour to remove terrorist content The European Union has tightened the screw on online companies, including Google, Facebook and Twitter, giving them an hour from notification to remove terrorist content…
EU seeks to seize overseas data when needed: report The European Union is, for once, reportedly drafting legislation that would meet with approval in the US, seeking to force commercial entities to provide access…
YouTube conspiracy video problem 'bigger than thought' The problem of conspiracy videos on YouTube appears to be growing, with a data journalist unearthing nearly 9000 such clips after a search using the…
Fair Work Web report tool results in deluge of complaints The Fair Work Ombudsman says the provision of a website where complaints about illegal practices in workplaces can be lodged anonymously and in a number…
Union pledges to fight cuts to public school funding The Australian Education Union claims the Coalition Government has cut $1.9 billion from public schools and hundreds of millions more from TAFEs and pledged to…
TechnologyOne faces second complaint of bullying A former cloud project manager at the tech firm TechnologyOne has filed a complaint with the Australian Human Rights Commission, alleging discrimination on the grounds…

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