Indian market watchdog CCI believes that Google is abusing the dominant market position of its operating system Android. This is stated in a report by the Institute, which has been viewed by various media.
In Northern Ireland, two more men have been charged with the murder of journalist Lyra McKee in 2019. McKee was shot to death while standing next to a police car during a protest in Londonderry, reporting riots in the city. In 2020, a 53-year-old man was charged with the murder. His trial’s not over yet.
The United States, the United Kingdom and Australia did not tell the European Union that they were working on a new military alliance. The European Commission has asked the three countries to explain the security pact they concluded on Wednesday and is going to consult with the EU countries about the consequences.
Ryanair plans to hire 5,000 new pilots and cabin crew in the next five years. This was announced by the Irish prize fighter on Tuesday.
New property declarations of Cyprus politicians become available. In general it revealed that there is no real wealth behind the politics and most of them are of moderate income. But the assets radically differ from MP to MP.
British children from 12 to 15 years of age are also invited to get a COVID-19 vaccine. The London government has adopted a unanimous recommendation from medical advisors that such a vaccination can help prevent disruption of education.
Irish watchdog is too sweet for Big Tech and leaves far too many European privacy issues behind, report says. The big privacy issues of international tech giants like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google will end up on the board of the small Irish regulator. Just because those giants have their European headquarters on Irish soil. Things seem a little too big for the Irish. They hardly get around...
The European Union must abandon the strict rules that force member states to comply with budgetary targets. This is also true when the economies of EU countries have fully recovered from the coronavirus crisis. This is what the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) advocates.