The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has filed a series of 23 charges against the Chinese technology company Huawei, the world’s largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer.
Theresa May faces Tuesday a vote in the House of Commons that could radically alter the entire Brexit process.
Almost a third of UK organizations have decided to stop their IT initiatives. We speak in total of 1.7 million companies that have put the brakes on projects worth 35 billion dollars.
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The work of Byung-Chul Han is a call to resistance against phenomena such as productivity without limits, the digitalization of life and consensual servitude. All these are contemporary realities that are making us sick.
The German government demanded on Friday the immediate holding of “free and fair” elections in Venezuela and indicated that it is willing to provisionally recognize the self-proclaimed Venezuelan president Juan Guaidó, as head of the interim state while those elections are being held.
The self-proclaimed “president in charge” reappears in an act in Caracas and warns that he could be arrested: “They could put me prisoner today.”
Noam Chomsky, father of modern linguistics, is one of the most relevant thinkers of the 20th and 21st centuries. His contributions have served as a study in various fields and is one of the most critical voices of American society against governments and established powers.
A hard Brexit could jeopardize at least 100,000 jobs linked to tourism in the United Kingdom and 80,000 in the rest of Europe in the short term, of which 25,000 in Spain, according to the estimates of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC, its acronym in English).
Pollution affects not only physical or mental health, but also emotional health: researchers at MIT and Beijing University discover a direct link between the amount of harmful particles in the air and happiness.
The National Commission for Information Technology and Liberties (CNIL) has imposed a fine of 50 million euros to Google in application of the General Regulation of Data Protection of the European Union (RGPD) for its lack of transparency, the unsatisfactory information provided and the lack of valid consent for the personalization of advertising.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has refused on Monday to call a second referendum on Brexit and has said she hopes to re-engage with Brussels the controversial safeguard designed to avoid a border in Northern Ireland.