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Seo Bok star Gong Yoo heads to You Quiz on the Block to promote his upcoming movie featuring Park Bo Gum
We will be getting to see a lot more of Gong Yoo this month! The South Korean heartthrob, who also BLACKPINK member Lisa’s attention, has been in the news lately for his upcoming movie Seo Bok. The Goblin actor will be seen starring opposite Park Bo Gum in the movie. Just a few days ago, we watched him join the director of the movie for a press conference. Now, the actor is set to make his way to the popular Korean chat show You Quiz on
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Department of Justice sued payment processing giant Visa Inc. on Thursday to block the company’s purchase of financial technology startup Plaid, calling it a monopolistic takeover of a potential competitor to Visa’s ubiquitous payments network.
The lawsuit, filed in the Northern District of California, seeks to stop Visa’s purchase of Plaid, which at $5.3 billion would have been the second-largest acquisition in the company’s history, second only to Visa’s buyout of Visa Europe a few years ago.
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) chair Rod Sims has called on Australia to “rise up” and work out the level of economic concentration it is willing to live with.
Speaking before the House of Representatives Economics Standing Committee on Friday, Sims said competition regulators around the world have faced criticism for allowing Google to consolidate its market position with the past purchases of Android, DoubleClick, and YouTube.
“There’s been a lot of criticism of regulators around the world for allowing those acquisitions, but at the time they occurred, certainly our law, I believe, wouldn’t have allowed us to stop them,” he said.
“I guess what we’re trying to get do with the debate is ‘Can we just rise up a bit and just think about what regime we want, where we really want to set the dial to make sure that we don’t end up with such a concentrated
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Nokia on Tuesday sought to enforce an injunction against Lenovo, the world’s biggest PC maker, to block sales of its products in Germany after violation of a video encoding patent.
A Munich court ruled on Sept. 30 that Hong Kong-listed Lenovo infringed one of Nokia’s patents, ordered an injunction and a recall of products from retailers, among other things.
Nokia launched its legal battle against Lenovo last year over alleged infringement of 20 patents. The Finnish company has ongoing cases against Lenovo in the United States, Brazil and India, in addition to six cases in Germany.
Lenovo has appealed against the Munich court ruling.
“We believe Nokia has violated its own legal obligations by refusing to license its technology on Fair Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory (FRAND)
After disallowing the sharing of a link to an unverified New York Post article on its platform, Twitter reversed course and allowed users to post it again on Friday.
The social media network was widely criticized for its decision to block the article, which focused on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son Hunter. The story relied on a hard drive allegedly provided to the Post by a computer technician, which claimed to detail Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine.
On Wednesday, Twitter announced it had blocked all shares of the Post article, saying this was in line with its policy on hacked material.
Later that day, in a clarification, the company said that the article had violated its rules about disclosing personal and private information and locked several accounts that were sharing it.
Yet another clarification — and a policy update — came late Thursday night. In a Twitter
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says the company was wrong to block weblinks to an unverified political story, a move that had prompted cries of censorship from the right
By KELVIN CHAN Associated Press
October 17, 2020, 12:13 AM
• 3 min read
Twitter was wrong to block weblinks to an unverified political story, CEO Jack Dorsey said on Friday, as the company responded to criticism over its handling of the story that had prompted cries of censorship from the right.
“Straight blocking of URLs was wrong, and we updated our policy and enforcement to fix,” he tweeted. “Our goal is to attempt to add context, and now we have capabilities to do that.”
After initially blocking people from sharing links to the story Wednesday, on Friday Twitter was letting its users to post the link. It served as demonstration of how