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Amazon Germany says more worried about snow than strikes

Amazon Germany says more worried about snow than strikes

HAMBURG (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc has no intention of bowing to pressure from striking workers in Germany, its second biggest market behind the United States, and is more worried about bad weather hurting Christmas deliveries, its country head said. “We are talking about a minority who take part in actions brought on by the union,” [...]

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Canada competition bureau approves Telus bid for Public Mobile

Canada competition bureau approves Telus bid for Public Mobile

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada’s Competition Bureau said on Friday it would allow Canadian telecom company Telus Corp to buy all of struggling startup Public Mobile. Industry Minister James Moore had approved the sale last month, saying it would not hurt consumers. The Conservative government is eager to boost competition in the wireless sector. “The Bureau [...]

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Dutch privacy watchdog says Google breaks data law

Dutch privacy watchdog says Google breaks data law

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Google’s practice of combining personal data from its many different online services violates Dutch data protection law, the country’s privacy watchdog said on Thursday after a seven-month investigation. The Dutch Data Protection Authority, or DPA, asked Google to attend a meeting to discuss its concerns, after which it would decide whether to [...]

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