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Consumer watchdog issues electric shock warning over Ldnio USB chargers after three fail safety tests
Brand is China’s top manufacturer of mobile phone chargers; Consumer Council tested other brands with 13 out of 15 products not up to international standards.
The head of Snapchat warned European regulators on May 14 that their efforts to protect user data were entrenching the positions of Internet giants such as Google and Facebook.
Drivers for ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc are independent contractors and not employees, the general counsel of a US labour agency has concluded, in an advisory memo that is likely to carry significant weight in a pending case against the company and could prevent drivers from joining a union.
WhatsApp said on May 14 that a security breach on its messaging app had signs of coming from a government using surveillance technology developed by a private company, and it may have targeted human rights groups.
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“Only Facebook Ireland can respond to your concerns.” That is the response you are likely to get from Facebook Inc if you accuse the world’s biggest social network of breaching Europe’s tough new laws on data privacy.
Founder says US$220 price tag should not deter consumers who value their health above all else. Company says the product easily beats European certification standard, keeping out particles as small as 0.05 micrometers.
In August 2016, the lifeless bodies of a young French man and woman were discovered on a beach in Madagascar, with murder suspected.
Authorities in e-commerce hub in Zhejiang province take action after public expresses outrage at slew of reports of abuse appear online. Regulation limits number of hours, days youngsters can work and bans brands from using children under 10 as spokespeople.
Amazon.com Inc has agreed to tighten quality control standards on its marketplace following an investigation that determined dozens of children’s school supplies sold on the site had illegal levels of toxic metals, lead and cadmium.