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PARIS (Reuters) - Sophie Fornairon's independent bookshop has survived the rise of Amazon thanks to a French law that prohibits price discounting on new books, but she says the e-commerce giant's ability to undercut on shipping still skews the market against stores like hers.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The Russian-based agency behind last year's massive SolarWinds cyberattack has targeted hundreds more companies and organizations in its latest wave of attacks on U.S.-based computer systems, Microsoft said in a blog post.
Conflicts over water are as old as history itself, but the massive Google data centres on the edge of this Oregon town on the Columbia River represent an emerging 21st century concern.
It is ‘simply not true’ that witnesses took cellphone videos of train rape instead of calling police, district attorney in Philadelphia says
The Delaware County district attorney on Oct 21 said it was “simply not true” that SEPTA passengers last week took cellphone videos of a man raping a woman on the train instead of deciding to intervene or call police.
Singapore’s Ministry of Health issued a correction order to website Truth Warriors over claims that Covid-19 vaccines are not effective.
Lawmakers in the United States and Europe champion the ‘right to repair’ as fixing electronic goods not only cuts costs but also reduces e-waste and harmful emissions.
Increasingly, smugglers are turning to social media to recruit drivers because of its immense reach.
The transition is part of a small but growing movement led by parents, students and lawmakers to purchase electric school buses to improve the health of students and cut planet-warming carbon dioxide emissions.
It's no surprise that on-demand rides are more expensive now than they were in the early, heady days of Lyft and its larger competitor, Uber.
(Reuters) - The ransomware group REvil was itself hacked and forced offline this week by a multi-country operation, according to three private sector cyber experts working with the United States and one former official.