Appeals court rules against Trump administration over 'sanctuary cities'

  1. Appeals court rules against Trump administration over ‘sanctuary cities’  Washington Post
  2. Trump and Sessions lose another sanctuary cities case  CNN
  3. Appeals Court: Trump Administration Can’t Block Funds For Sanctuary Cities  HuffPost
  4. Emanuel wins court ruling in sanctuary city lawsuit against Trump administration  Chicago Tribune
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Appeals court rules against U.S. on funds for sanctuary cities

Appeals court rules against U.S. on funds for sanctuary citiesA federal appeals court on Thursday said the U.S. Justice Department cannot deny public safety grants to so-called sanctuary cities that limit cooperation with the Trump administration’s crackdown on illegal immigration. The Seventh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court injunction in a case brought by the city of Chicago. The appeals court agreed the injunction should apply nationally while the lawsuit proceeds in federal court.


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Oculus is adding a 'privacy center' to meet EU data collection rules

  1. Oculus is adding a ‘privacy center’ to meet EU data collection rules  The Verge
  2. Facebook Really Wants to Bring Back Its Face-Scanning Tech in Europe. Problem Is, It Might Be Illegal.  Fortune
  3. Facebook To Offer Users Opt-Outs That Comply With New European Privacy Rules  NPR
  4. Complying With New Privacy Laws and Offering New Privacy Protections to Everyone, No Matter Where You Live …  Facebook Newsroom
  5. Facebook says it will adopt Europe’s stringent privacy rules worldwide  ConsumerAffairs
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Facebook's facial recognition technology may not meet strict new EU data rules, a top watchdog says

  1. Facebook’s facial recognition technology may not meet strict new EU data rules, a top watchdog says  CNBC
  2. Critics are calling out Facebook’s new ‘permission screens,’ saying they’re intentionally designed to be confusing  Business Insider
  3. The EU is forcing Facebook to change, but users everywhere will be affected  Quartz
  4. A flaw-by-flaw guide to Facebook’s new GDPR privacy changes  TechCrunch
  5. Facebook engages in ‘privacy zuckering’ to get user consent for facial recognition  VentureBeat
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U.S. top court rules that Microsoft email privacy dispute is moot

U.S. top court rules that Microsoft email privacy dispute is mootThe U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday dropped Microsoft Corp’s privacy fight with the Justice Department over whether prosecutors can force technology companies to hand over data stored overseas after Congress passed legislation that resolved the dispute. The justices heard arguments in the high-profile case on Feb. 27, but President Donald Trump on March 22 signed legislation into law that makes clear that U.S. judges can issue warrants for such data while giving companies an avenue to object if the request conflicts with foreign law. Microsoft and the Justice Department had been locked in a dispute over how U.S. prosecutors seek access to data held on overseas computer servers owned by U.S. companies.


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China to Ease Rules on Foreign Auto Makers

  1. China to Ease Rules on Foreign Auto Makers  Wall Street Journal
  2. In new sign of trade battle, China slaps US sorghum producers with 179 percent deposit  Washington Post
  3. Exclusive: China seeks trade firewall with US allies in rush of ambassador meetings – sources  Reuters
  4. Chinese entrepreneurs have some creative responses to the government’s crackdown on crypto  MIT Technology Review
  5. As China veers towards dictatorship, we must learn to work with it  The Australian
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China Loosens Foreign Auto Rules, in Potential Peace Offering to Trump

  1. China Loosens Foreign Auto Rules, in Potential Peace Offering to Trump  New York Times
  2. China’s Quarterly Growth Comes In (Again) At 6.8 Percent  NPR
  3. China to allow full foreign ownership in auto industry  USA TODAY
  4. US Wants to Retaliate Against China’s Restrictions on American Tech Firms  Wall Street Journal
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Some Criminals Have A 'Right To Be Forgotten' On Google, UK High Court Rules

  1. Some Criminals Have A ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ On Google, UK High Court Rules  HuffPost
  2. Google Has to Hit Delete After Right to Be Forgotten Turns to Crime  Bloomberg
  3. Google loses ‘right to be forgotten’ legal battle  CNNMoney
  4. Businessman wins ‘right to be forgotten’ on Google in ‘unprecedented’ ruling  Sky News
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NTSB: Tesla Booted From Crash Investigation For Not Following Rules

  1. NTSB: Tesla Booted From Crash Investigation For Not Following Rules  NPR
  2. Behind Tesla’s War of Words With the Federal Agency Investigating a Fatal Model X Crash  Fortune
  3. NTSB and Tesla executives clash over investigation into deadly California crash  Washington Post
  4. Tesla, Safety Agency Feud Over Fatal-Crash Probe  Wall Street Journal
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