Facebook "collects vast troves of data on the activities of users of its social network and beyond, enabling it to target specific customer groups," said the European Commission's executive vice president for competition.
The incredible amount of global solidarity which made headline news all over the world was a clear indication that the many years of preparedness at a grassroots level have paid off.
"Substantive tax avoidance is still embedded within many large multinationals and nothing less than a root-and-branch reform of international tax rules will remedy the situation," said one critic.
The whistleblower wrote that Biden "was deeply involved in this scandal the first time around."
The Covid-19 pandemic put much of the tourism industry on hold. Once restrictions are lifted, we need to be wary of what comes next.
Two years after the government first promised to abolish Section 21 "no-fault" evictions, tenants must wait some more.
UN Human Rights Chief Calls for 'End to All Forms of Violence' After Troops Deployed Over Colombian Protests
Dozens of people have died during the past month of demonstrations, which have been met with deadly attacks by the nation's law enforcement.
By 2050, 90% of global electricity generation could come from renewable sources, 70% from solar photovoltaic and wind.
When the Palestinian-Israeli conflict blew up this spring, the Palestinians showed that they were refusing to go quietly and to just drop dead, as Mr. Kushner clearly desired from them.
"The global vaccine apartheid is a policy choice," said the People's Vaccine Alliance. "We have the means to end it."
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