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Turkey's parliament approves controversial social media regulation bill

The draft law obliges foreign social networks in Turkey to remove materials within 48 hours at the request of the authorities. Human rights activists are outraged by President Erdogan's response to online criticism. On Wednesday, July 29, the Turkish parliament approved a controversial bill...

Airlines ask EU and US to introduce common COVID-19 testing programs

Several airlines have asked the European Union and the United States to introduce unified testing programs for the coronavirus infection COVID-19. Such measures would help restore flights between continents, according to a letter addressed to US Vice President Mike Pence and EU Commissioner for...

US may take action on TikTok and WeChat in the coming weeks

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said that the administration is considering a series of actions regarding Chinese applications TikTok, WeChat and others, which could be taken in the coming weeks. "There are a number of administration officials who are considering the national security risk...

Macron’s Reshuffled Ministry Strategy To Battle Coronavirus Shockwave On Economy

After protests from voters, facing defeats, and taking economic blow due to the pandemic, Macron appoints new Ministry heads in three sectors. France has adopted to a “three beefed-up ministries” strategy which will affect the “finance, social affairs and the environment” sector. The said steps...

China will impose sanctions in response to Trump's decree on Hong Kong

The Chinese government condemned adoption of the Hong Kong Autonomy Act by the United States and intends to impose sanctions on some Americans and businesses. Such a statement was published on the website of the PRC Foreign Ministry. It is noted that China "to protect its legitimate interests, will...

Facebook, WhatsApp suspend user data disclosure to Hong Kong authorities

Facebook and WhatsApp will temporarily stop transfer of user data at the request of Hong Kong law enforcement agencies. Representatives of the apps need to “assess the impact of national security law, which includes a comprehensive human rights review and consultation with human rights experts.”...

US Navy Carriers Carry On Drills In South China Sea While Chinese Ships Watched

The South China s4a region has again drawn political attention of the world as two aircraft carriers of the United States Navy undertook exercises in the region which has see attempts of domination by China, undermining interest and rights of other neighboring countries there. According to a report...

UK may begin to refuse Huawei's participation in 5G networks in six months

UK authorities may begin to refuse participation of the Chinese company Huawei in 5G networks in six months, according to Telegraph. Earlier, the newspaper reported that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced plans to reduce participation of the Chinese company Huawei in the infrastructure...

WTO accuses Saudi Arabia of non-compliance with anti-piracy requirements

The World Trade Organization (WTO) has sided with Qatar in its dispute with Saudi Arabia about the illegal use of broadcasts of the sports channel beIN SPORTS. The organization believes that Saudi Arabia does not comply with international requirements to combat piracy, WTO’s spokesman Keith...

USA declares Chinese Huawei and ZTE a threat to national security

The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has officially declared Chinese telecommunications companies Huawei and ZTE a national security threat. “The FCC Public and Homeland Security Bureau formally announced that Huawei Technologies Company (Huawei) and ZTE Corporation (ZTE), as well as...
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