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A former track and field coach at Boston’s Northeastern University was arrested Wednesday and charged with using bogus social media accounts to try to trick female student-athletes into sending him nude photos of themselves, prosecutors said.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali was in tears at the High Court here on Wednesday (April 7) when recalling his tenure as the Attorney General from 2015 to 2018, during the trial of his defamation suit against DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang over an article on the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal.
Wisk Aero LLC, a maker of electric-powered aircraft designed for use as flying taxis, claims its technology was stolen by Archer Aviation Inc, a rival startup valued at US$3.8bil (RM15.68bil) in a blank-check deal earlier this year involving United Airlines Holdings Inc and investment banker Ken Moelis.
(Reuters) - Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson on Monday vetoed a bill that would have made the state the first in the country to prevent doctors from providing certain types of care to transgender youth.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Monday (April 5)
(Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court handed Alphabet Inc's Google a major victory on Monday, ruling that its use of Oracle Corp's software code to build the Android operating system that runs most of the world's smartphones did not violate federal copyright law.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Federal Court has dismissed a bid by former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi to consolidate his 12 criminal breach of trust (CBT) charges over funds belonging to Yayasan Akalbudi into three charges.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday made it easier for businesses to pester consumers with phone calls or text messages by tossing out a lawsuit accusing Facebook Inc of violating a federal anti-robocall law.
Tech companies, which have treasure troves of personal information, have become natural targets for US law enforcement and government requests. The industry’s biggest names, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, receive data requests – from subpoenas to National Security Letters – to assist in, among other efforts, criminal and non-criminal investigations as well as lawsuits.