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Meta Wants to Use European Data for AI Training—Will Privacy Complaints Hinder it?

Meta said it wants to use European data for AI training while facing privacy concerns from European countries. Can it be allowed to do so?


Volvo to Move EV Production to Belgium From China as EU Prepares to Impose Tariffs on Chinese EVs

Volvo has reportedly started moving production of EVs to Belgium in anticipation of the European Union's impending taxes on China-made cars...

Russia's Vladimir Putin Says Nearly 40% of Russian Trade Turnover Now in Rubles Amid Growing Conflict With West

Russia's President Vladimir Putin has claimed that almost 40% of the country's trade is now transacted in Russian rubles...

McDonald’s Loses ‘Big Mac’ Trademark Dispute to Irish Rival Supermac’s in EU Court

A high EU court sided with Irish fast-food competitor Supermac's over McDonald's in a "Big Mac" trademark dispute...


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US Accuses Russia of Quietly Shipping Refined Petroleum to North Korea at Levels Violating UN Cap
The US has revealed that Russia has been discreetly supplying refined petroleum to North Korea at levels that seem to exceed UN Security Council limits.
Uber Sued by London Black Cab Drivers for £250 Million Over Taxi Booking Rules
Uber is facing a multi-million-pound lawsuit filed by nearly 11,000 black cab drivers in London, England.
Joe Biden Administration Sanctions Hundreds of Companies to Choke Russia's Supplies of Military Technology
The administration of President Joe Biden has announced nearly 300 new sanctions targeting international suppliers of military equipment technology accused of helping Russia in its war against Ukraine
Finnish Passenger Jets Forced to Turn Around After Navigation Hit by 'Extremely' Dangerous Russian GPS Jamming
Finnair, Finland's national airline, announced Monday that it will cease flights to Estonia's second-largest city for a month after two of its planes could not land in Tartu due to GPS hurdles.
EU Launches Investigation Against Meta Platforms Over Suspected Election Interference, Foreign Disinformation
The EU is preparing to initiate formal procedures against Meta, the company of Facebook and Instagram, over concerns that it is not doing enough to combat Russian disinformation ahead of the EU electi
US Buys More Than 80 Soviet-Era Aircraft From Russia's Ally for Around $20,000 Each
The United States (US) reportedly acquired 81 obsolete Soviet-era combat aircraft from Russia's previous ally, Kazakhstan.
France's Air Traffic Controllers' Strike Sparks Over 300 Flight Cancellations Amid Travel Chaos
Airline passengers experienced a day of travel chaos as numerous flights were canceled due to concerns about potential worker walkouts in France.
Norway Airspace Shuts Down for Several Hours Following Technical Glitch
A technical malfunction in Norway resulted in the temporary shutdown of airspace over the country's southern region, causing significant disruptions at Oslo Airport.
Hugo Boss Is Finally Leaving Russia After the German Fashion House Agrees to Sell Russian Business to Stockmann
German fashion house Hugo Boss announced Wednesday that it had agreed to sell its Russian operations to wholesale partner Stockmann, marking the end of its presence in Russia.
TikTok Voluntarily Suspends New App's Task and Reward Program After EU Regulators Express Concern Over Addictive Effects Among Young Users
TikTok plans to take down a feature that incentivizes app users in France and Spain to watch videos, following regulatory scrutiny from the European Commission.
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