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2014/09/20 18:38
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Former South African batsman Ashwell Prince indicated on Friday that English county cricket club Yorkshire's Andrew Gale's verbal abuse on him did not have a racist element to it. Yorkshire captain...
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2014/09/20 08:41
2014/09/20 08:41
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THE convictions of 20 people have been wiped from Google search results because of a single complaint in the latest controversy caused by a controversial European privacy ruling. Two months ago the...
2014/09/20 00:30
2014/09/20 00:30
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Google has restricted access to a BBC blog posting and several British newspaper stories under a legal ruling granting people a right to be “forgotten” in search engines, it emerged on Thursday. More...
2014/09/19 10:31
2014/09/19 10:31
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Scottish independence: Scots feel more British 12 August As the referendum on Scottish independence draws closer, there has been a significant decline in the number of people north of the border who...
2014/09/19 02:41
2014/09/19 02:41
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Airlines can charge extra for checked-in baggage | Irish Examiner Airlines can charge extra for checked-in baggage Friday, September 19, 2014 Hopes that extra charges for checked-in baggage for...
2014/09/18 11:56
2014/09/18 11:56
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Overnight Media Digest * Federal Reserve officials plan to end the bond-buying program known as quantitative easing after October, hoping to finally stop expanding a six-year experiment in monetary...
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2014/09/18 11:34
2014/09/18 11:34
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Luxembourg - The European Union's top court on Thursday rejected the complaint of a Zimbabwean businessman and former government official who was hit by EU sanctions and was briefly detained at a...
2014/09/18 09:44
2014/09/18 09:44
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European Court Okays Cut-Rate VAT For Books In Digital Formby Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels18 September 2014 In a ruling that could have far-reaching consequences for e-book sellers, the...
2014/09/16 20:42
2014/09/16 20:42
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By Prokopis Hatzinikolaou The government will seek the return of 387.4 million euros in illegal state subsidies given to Greek farmers in 2009, according to a document that Finance Minister Gikas...
2014/09/15 11:03
2014/09/15 11:03
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The UEFA Champions’ League edition for 2014/15 begins this week with some interesting match-ups on both Tuesday, 16th September 2014, and Wednesday, 17th September 2014. One of the most highly...
2014/09/15 00:03
2014/09/15 00:03
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Ever since Google announced that it's complying with the European Commission's "right to be forgotten" ruling, it's been inundated with requests to take down all sorts of search results. Many of those...
2014/09/14 18:42
2014/09/14 18:42
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By Dimitris Kontogiannis The upgrade of Greece�s credit rating by Standard & Poor�s, the likely attainment of the fiscal target, signs of economic recovery and the ECB�s recent policy actions may...
Read more at Kathimerini, Kathimerini
2014/09/13 13:40
2014/09/13 13:40
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Google Inc. promised a "robust" debate on a European Union court ruling that forces it to cut some search links with the first of a series of hearings across Europe. Its advisers took just three...
2014/09/12 07:48
2014/09/12 07:48
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The Fourth Chamber of the European Court of Justice has ruled that libraries can scan books, even if publishers deny them permission to do so, but that subsequent reading can only take place on...
2014/09/11 16:38
2014/09/11 16:38
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A regional daily editor has hit out at “absurd and silly censorship” after a professional artist demanded the right to forget his previous work. But to the paper’s amazement, its wholly positive...
2014/09/11 16:16
2014/09/11 16:16
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LUXEMBOURG - The European Union's top court ruled Thursday that US credit-card giant MasterCard was at fault over its fees on cross-border transactions, which it said restricted...
2014/09/11 14:38
2014/09/11 14:38
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Thursday 11 September 2014 Social affairs minister Lodewijk Asscher was wrong to fine energy company Essent after one of its subcontractors employed 29 Turkish workers without proper papers, the...
2014/09/11 14:34
2014/09/11 14:34
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APThe two sides were closing in on a settlement. But now the EU says it wants more concessions from Google in the light of new information. Brussels - It looked like there was light at the end of the...
2014/09/11 12:49
2014/09/11 12:49
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BRUSSELS—Europe’s top court on Thursday backed a decision by the European Commission to ban cross-border fees set by MasterCard Inc. on the grounds that they harmed competition. In its ruling, the...
2014/09/11 12:13
2014/09/11 12:13
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Lord Hill’s posting as commissioner for the financial services industry — or to give the portfolio its full title of financial stability, financial services and capital markets union — should have...
2014/09/20 18:38
2014/09/20 18:38
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