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2014/08/20 13:33
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Scottish independence: five key questions for TV debate Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond and the Better Together campaign chairman Alistair Darling are finally going head to head in a televised...
2014/08/20 13:33
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2014/08/20 04:44
2014/08/20 04:44
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HMRC Withdraws Fuel Duty Exemptionby Amanda Banks, Tax-News.com, London20 August 2014 HM Revenue and Customs has announced the end of an exemption from fuel duty for the transport of staff members or...
2014/08/19 11:48
2014/08/19 11:48
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Europe’s caretaker Commissioner for Justice says Google et al are trying to throw a spanner in the works of data protection. Speaking at an event in Lyon on Monday, Martine Reicherts, who was...
2014/08/18 15:45
2014/08/18 15:45
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THE EUROPEAN UNION (EU) Justice Commissioner Martine Reicherts has accused Google and other critics of the 'right to be forgotten' ruling of blurring the issues and overexaggerating its problems in...
2014/08/18 04:42
2014/08/18 04:42
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Wall Street banks are drawing up preliminary plans to move some London-based activities to Ireland to address concerns that the UK is drifting apart from the EU. The people said their plans were in...
2014/08/18 00:49
2014/08/18 00:49
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US banks draw up early plans for move to Ireland if UK leaves EU Wall Street banks considering relocating some of their London-based activities People familiar with Bank of America, Citigroup and...
2014/08/17 14:33
2014/08/17 14:33
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BuzzFeed wants to forget the past, but is denying that privilege to its writers Did you know Barbra Streisand lives in Malibu? Reuters/Mario Anzuoni In 2013, Amy Rose Spiegel wrote a piece for...
2014/08/16 23:52
2014/08/16 23:52
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Osborne braced for ECB verdict THE TREASURY will find out in November if it has won its legal battle to protect London’s multi-billion market in euro investments from being banned by the European...
2014/08/16 20:12
2014/08/16 20:12
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... is difficult to get a man to understand something," wrote Upton Sinclair, the great American muckraking journalist, "when his salary depends on his not understanding it." That was in 1935, so let...
2014/08/16 19:09
2014/08/16 19:09
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Who, or what, is to blame for this unsettling state of affairs? The answer is the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which in May decided that people have a “right to be forgotten” after a Spaniard...
2014/08/15 16:54
2014/08/15 16:54
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High Court seeks ECJ ruling on Permanent TSB challenge Bank’s shareholders have challenged the constitutionality of the State’s €4bn recapitalisation Judge Iseult O’Malley said that the High Court...
2014/08/15 14:09
2014/08/15 14:09
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The European Court of Justice ruled in May that Google must remove links to any content that is "inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant” or face a fine. The content itself, in this case a story...
2014/08/14 14:54
2014/08/14 14:54
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Last updated at 11:42, Thursday, 14 August 2014 A Cumbrian man who won an online privacy battle with internet giant Google has revealed why he believes he has the ‘right to be forgotten’. Simon...
2014/08/14 14:29
2014/08/14 14:29
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The Data Retention and Investigatory Powers bill was rushed through parliament as an emergency act in July, but it’s raised huge questions of the government’s methods and motives. Here we look at what...
2014/08/14 06:06
2014/08/14 06:06
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Yves here. In contrast with the way that political repression is gradually becoming the new normal in America, Don Quijones chronicles how rapidly it is being put in place in Spain to curb protests...
2014/08/12 10:38
2014/08/12 10:38
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BBC News - Holiday benefits still due on death says European Court For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page The European Court of Justice...
2014/08/12 06:12
2014/08/12 06:12
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The Abbott government is facing opposition from backbenchers concerned that the Coalition’s proposed toughening of national security legislation will diminish the liberty and privacy of law-abiding...
2014/08/11 08:12
2014/08/11 08:12
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Australia’s media union has warned the Abbott government’s looming national security changes will have a “chilling effect” on public-interest journalism and expose reporters to legitimate complaints...
2014/08/11 00:49
2014/08/11 00:49
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UK may offer green subsidies to overseas companies Renewable energy providers in Ireland in strong position to compete for such funds Worker atop a wind turbine: wind energy is a strong part of the...
2014/08/08 10:31
2014/08/08 10:31
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... Staff & Wire Reports – Your Universe Online Vowing to fight what they call the “censorship” of “right to be forgotten” laws, the organization that runs Wikipedia has started publicly posting...
2014/08/20 13:33
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