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MANILA (The Straits Times/ANN): Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday (Feb 22) rejected his own Covid-19 pandemic task force’s calls to ease quarantine curbs to revive a stalled economy, unless the government could get a vaccine roll-out going.
According to their class-action suit, he had allegedly forced his students to perform explicit sex scenes on camera in what they described as an 'orgy-type setting' during a master class he held on sex scenes.
The social media persona "Roaring Kitty" at the center of last month's frenzied rally in shares of GameStop Corp violated securities laws and caused "huge losses" for investors, according to a class action lawsuit filed in federal court in Massachusetts
(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc on Friday sued New York's attorney general to stop the state from taking legal action over its early COVID-19 response, including its firing of activist Christian Smalls.
LONDON (Reuters) - Facebook is facing a second London High Court class action over allegations it failed to protect the personal details of about one million people in England and Wales, in the latest lawsuit to spring from a scandal over data harvesting.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Polish video game maker CD Projekt is focusing on improving Cyberpunk 2077 and restoring the trust of players and partners disappointed with its flagship game, Puls Biznesu daily reported the group's CEO as saying.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - As sports across the board explore ways to prevent concussion, cricket finds itself polarised over a head-injury specialist's suggestion to ban bouncers, a fast bowler's favourite weapon to intimidate a batsman, in youth cricket.
(Reuters) - Lawyers for about 200,000 Brazilian claimants, whose 5 billion pound ($6.82 billion) lawsuit against Anglo-Australian miner BHP over a 2015 dam collapse was struck out last November, are optimistic about going to the Court of Appeal.
The powers that be at UCLA thought it was a good idea at the time — using state-of-the-art technology to scan students' faces for gaining access to campus buildings. Students thought otherwise.