You have searched for "uv protection"
Showing 9871-9880 of 10000
European citizens will be "masters" of their personal data after the European Union agreed sweeping data protection reform that will give them much more say over how companies use their information, a top EU official said.
PARIS (Reuters) - U.S. authorities have left unanswered French requests for access to financial information concerning suspects tied to last month's attacks in Paris, a French Finance Ministry source said.
KINSHASA (Reuters) - The parliament of Democratic Republic of Congo is considering offering additional protection from prosecution to former leaders, a move aimed at encouraging President Joseph Kabila not to try to stay in power when his final term ends next year.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The number of people seeking asylum in Japan this year hit a full-year record by the end of October, government data shows, as looser visa rules and severe labour shortages attract more of those fleeing conflict and poverty.
While it intends to stop work on its chat software Thunderbird and to slow down the development of its alternative mobile operating system Firefox OS, the Mozilla Foundation has unveiled a new update for its Internet browser Firefox (43.0).
ATHENS (Reuters) - In a last-minute drive to assure European Union partners that it is getting to grips with a mass influx of refugees, Greece released aerial photographs on Tuesday of new registration centres for migrants on its northern Aegean islands.
The European Union struck an agreement on a sweeping overhaul of fragmented data protection laws on Tuesday which will give authorities the power to levy fines on companies of up to 4% of turnover, two EU sources said.
LONDON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Earlier this year, an old refrigerator ship called the Georgiy Agafonov, built to transport fruit and vegetables for the Soviet Union, was quietly gathering rust in the Ukrainian port of Izmail where the Danube flows into the Black Sea.