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EU set to ban Meta from ads based on personal data

EU set to ban Meta from ads based on personal data

BRUSSELS/BANGALORE, Dec 6 (Reuters) – Meta (META.O) will only be able to serve advertising based on personal data with users’ consent, according to a confidential EU privacy watchdog ruling, a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. , a blow to the American social network. The Irish data protection agency, which oversees Meta as …

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Emergency call services and telecom operators urge EU to protect telecom networks from power cuts

Emergency call services and telecom operators urge EU to protect telecom networks from power cuts

MILAN/STOCKHOLM/PARIS, Dec 5 (Reuters) – Europe’s major telecoms operators and an emergency services lobby on Monday urged Brussels to protect mobile and fixed networks from power cuts, according to a letter reviewed by Reuters, while as concerns grow about a loss of telecommunications networks during widespread outages. Europe is facing potential energy rationing and blackouts …

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Spain's prime minister sent a letter bomb similar to the device that injured a Ukrainian embassy official

Spain’s prime minister sent a letter bomb similar to the device that injured a Ukrainian embassy official

MADRID, Dec 1 (Reuters) – Spain has tightened security at public and diplomatic buildings after a wave of letter bombs, including one sent to Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and another to the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid, where a manager was slightly injured. The Interior Ministry revealed Thursday that an “envelope containing pyrotechnic material” addressed to …

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Chinese artist Ai Weiwei says COVID protests won't shake government

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei says COVID protests won’t shake government

Ai Weiwei says protests should not continue Police will use force to silence protesters The movement lacks organization and leadership MONTEMOR-O-NOVO, Portugal, November 28 (Reuters) – From his Portuguese home, Ai Weiwei, the high-profile Chinese dissident whose art has often criticized Beijing’s policies, said the recent wave of protests did not would not shake Xi …

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