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U.S. judge dismisses suit versus Google over facial recognition software

U.S. judge dismisses suit versus Google over facial recognition software

(Reuters) – A lawsuit filed against Google by consumers who claimed the search engine’s photo sharing and storage service violated their privacy was dismissed on Saturday by a U.S. judge who cited a lack of “concrete injuries.” U.S. District Judge Edmond Chang in Chicago granted a Google motion for summary judgment, saying the court lacked [...]

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China restarts video game approvals after months-long freeze

China restarts video game approvals after months-long freeze

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China on Saturday approved the release of 80 online video games after a freeze on such approvals for most of the year. However, the approved titles, listed on the website of the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television, did not include games from industry leader Tencent Holdings Ltd China, [...]

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China’s Supreme Court to take on intellectual property cases

China’s Supreme Court to take on intellectual property cases

BEIJING (Reuters) – Intellectual property rights cases can from next month be taken to China’s Supreme Court, the government said on Saturday, as the country seeks to strengthen protections in the face of complaints from the United States about the issue. China and the United States are currently in talks to resolve a trade dispute, [...]

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