Legal & Regulatory

China Bans Wealthy Influencers from Social Media After Flagging their 'Luxury' Content as Bad Behavior

China has recently cracked down on "bad behavior" content, suspending super-wealthy social media influencers to discourage extravagance and materialism.


British-Chinese Woman Bitcoin Launderer Faces 6-Year-Imprisonment Over $6 Billion Crypto Fraud

A British-Chinese woman bitcoin launderer was sent to prison. She allegedly conducted a $6 billion crypto fraud scheme...

Singapore Issues Recall for China Walnut Products Over Prohibited Sweeteners

The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) recalled two walnut products from China over prohibited sweetener content, urging caution while conducting proactive testing...

OpenAI Revokes Decision to Not Pay Former Employees Who Failed to Sign NDAs

OpenAI retracts non-disparagement agreements, allowing former employees to keep vested equity, irrespective of agreement...


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US Regulators Target Huawei Lab in Broad China Tech Crackdown
Regulators blocked a Huawei Technologies Co. lab from licensing telecommunications equipment in the United States.
Johnson & Johnson to Settle All Thousands of Talc-Linked Ovarian Cancer Lawsuits—Is $6.5 Billion Settlement Enough?
Johnson & Johnson proposed a settlement plan to settle all the thousands of lawsuits it faces in the U.S. The company is accused of selling talc-based products that could cause ovarian cancer.
US Sanctions Hundreds of Chinese, Russian Suppliers Over Putin Invasion Support Accusations
The U.S. announced fresh sanctions against hundreds of Chinese and Russian suppliers.
UK Investigates OnlyFans, Accussing Online Adult Platform of Failing to Prevent Children From Having Access
The UK is now investigating the OnlyFans age verification issue, alleging it is failing to prevent kids from having access.
US Restricts Consumer Use of Toxic Paint-Stripping Solvent Linked to Dozens of Deaths
US limited consumer usage of methylene chloride after it was linked to many deaths since 1980.
Google Workers Fired From Protesting Against Israeli Contract File Complaint with Labor Regulators
Fired workers who protested against Google's contract with Israel have lobbied a complaint with labor regulators.
US Senate Approves Banning Import of Russian Uranium
The US Senate has passed a legislation to ban the import of enriched uranium from Russia.
Trump Media Saved from Fast-Track Claims After Delaware Judge Declines to Approve Plaintiffs' Request
A recent ruling by a judge in Delaware has significant implications for the ongoing legal dispute involving Donald Trump and the Trump Media & Technology Group, the parent company of Truth Social.
Hacker Behind Finland's Largest Cybercrime Targeting Psychotherapy Services Gets 6-Year Prison Sentence
Finnish hacker Aleksanteri Kivimäki was sentenced to 6 years and three months for significant cybercrime targeting psychotherapy center Vastaamo, impacting 33,000 clients and sparking national outrage
Donald Trump Slapped with $9,000 Fine in Hush Money Trial, Gag Order Violations Could Land Him in Jail
A judge fined ex-President Trump $9k for contempt in a hush money trial over gag order violations and warned of potential jail time.
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