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It’s thanks to a new data protection law that recently went into effect in Europe – but because of the borderless nature of the online world, it affects everyone else.
Daniel Ricciardo hides a streak of raw determination behind his sunny smile and he is looking for 'payback' in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix after missing out on a merited win in 2016.
Ireland named a strong squad for next month's tour of Australia as coach Joe Schmidt opted against resting some of his Six Nations grand slam winners in favour of building further momentum ahead of next year's World Cup.
National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday announced a new policy that will fine teams an undetermined amount if players on the field fail to stand during the national anthem played before the start of the game.
Activists in Amsterdam on Wednesday launched the 'Datavakbond' or "data labour union", which hopes to elect leaders to negotiate directly with Facebook and Google over what they do with users' data.
Saudi authorities have widened a crackdown on women's rights advocates, detaining at least three more activists a month before the kingdom lifts its decades-old ban on women drivers, campaigners said Tuesday.
Former MGM Holdings Inc Chief Executive Officer Gary Barber, who was ousted earlier this year, is speaking to investment banks about financing an offer to acquire the privately held U.S. movie studio, five people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
A Hong Kong-based consortium are poised to complete a takeover of Wigan Athletic after the club's owners, the Whelan family, agreed a deal in principle, the League One (third tier) champions said on Monday.
A former software engineer at Uber Technologies Inc sued the ride-hailing service on Monday, claiming that she was subjected to sexual harassment during her employment but that her complaints were ignored, the law firm representing the plaintiff said.
The United States will increase the financial pressure on Iran with the "strongest sanctions in history," after Washington pulled out of the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday.
Luxury British carmaker Aston Martin remained in the black in the first quarter of 2018, although pretax profit fell due to a weaker dollar and investment on a series of model launches.
Brazilian forward Neymar is an "artist" and Paris St Germain need to build their team around the 26-year-old if they are to get the best out of him, the Ligue 1 club's new manager Thomas Tuchel has said.
Malaysia is saddled with over 1 trillion ringgit (US$251.70 billion) in debt, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Monday, blaming the previous government led by former protege Najib Razak who now faces domestic graft investigations.
The condition of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who was hospitalised for a third time in a week on Sunday, is reassuring and his tests were normal, the director of the hospital treating him said.