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(Reuters) - When Bobby Copping rose for a routine header during a training session with English third-tier club Peterborough United in July, little did he know he would end up in hospital, his dream of one day playing in the Premier League shattered at 19.
(Reuters) - The frequency of concussions in English rugby is "totally unacceptable" and authorities must take further action to protect players, head injury specialist Willie Stewart said.
Apple Inc must continue fighting a consumer privacy lawsuit in open court and can’t move it behind the closed doors of private arbitration, a judge ruled, turning aside a request from the tech giant.
The SolarWinds hacking campaign blamed on Russian spies and the “grave threat” it poses to US national security are widely known. A very different – and no less alarming – coordinated series of intrusions also detected in December has gotten considerably less public attention.
(Reuters) - On March 11, Japan marks a decade since a huge earthquake and tsunami left more than 22,000 people dead or missing and triggered the world's worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl.
LONDON (Reuters) - The UK government on Wednesday announced the launch of an enquiry into the long-term effects of head injuries in sport and will discuss the latest scientific studies with governing bodies and athletes across two sessions starting next week.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A class action against a coal mine extension that begins on Tuesday could make it more difficult for coal mines to be approved in Australia on the basis of intergenerational equity and climate change, if the claimants prove successful.
TikTok has agreed to pay US$92mil (RM372.92mil) in a deal to settle a cluster of US class-action lawsuits accusing the video-snippet sharing platform of invading the privacy of young users.
Facebook to pay RM2.63bil to 1.6 million users in Illinois, US to settle a privacy dispute, over storing biometric data without users' consent.
When Google users browse in “Incognito” mode, just how hidden is their activity?