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EU privacy regulators promise action on Google privacy policy changes

IDG News Service – European privacy authorities have threatened action before the Summer to curb Google's collection, combination and storage of its users' personal information, after growing impatient with the company's failure to respond to their criticisms of its revised privacy policy.

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China to levy heavier fines for trademark infringement

China is expected to increase the ceiling of fines imposed on trademark infringement from half a million yuan to one million yuan, authorities said.

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Dubai issues new safety rules after Costa tragedy

Authorities say all ships must carry out evacuation exercise before leaving port

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U.S. Authorities Shut Down Megaupload for Piracy

Hollywood has had a rough week in its fight to pass new anti-piracy legislation.

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House Bill Goes After Rogue Websites

The House introduced a bill this week that would give authorities greater powers to take down rogue websites that provide pirated content.

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Abercrombie & Fitch ad suspended by authorities

An Abercrombie & Fitch advertisement featuring a shirtless model outside an Orchard Road shopping mall has been suspended by the Advertising Standards Authority of Singapore .

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and #8216;Lone wolf’ terror now seen as biggest threat

HAMBURG, Germany – After 9-11, it was the men who went to radicalized mosques or terror boot camps who were seen as the biggest terror threat. Today, that picture’s changed: Authorities are increasingly focusing on the lone wolf living next door, radicalized on the Internet and#8212; and plotting strikes in a vacuum.

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