The German Bundestag passed a law setting up a fine of up to 50 million euros for social networks that would not erase “hate speech and fake news.” In a political context in which most […]
The Supreme Court (SCOTUS)’s decision to allow the travel suspension for the six terror-prone countries and the refugee suspension to become largely effective is a “clear victory for our national security,” President Donald Trump said […]
The home-sharing platform Airbnb is allowing “commercial operators to run (…) illegal hotels in neighborhoods across the country,” Katherine Lugar, president and CEO of the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), said. A new study, […]
“Existing national restrictions on cash payments vary widely. The higher the threshold, the more the convenience of cash transaction is preserved, but the higher the risk that criminal cash transactions fall through the net,” said […]
The merger between London Stock Exchange (LSE) and Deutsche Börse (DB) has become uncertain after LSE announced its refusal to grant an unexpected request from the European Commission (EC). The latter would demand that LSE […]
President Donald Trump issued another Executive Order (EO), this time on Core principles for regulating the United States financial system. At a White House meeting with a panel of CEOs from corporations including Tesla, JPMorgan...
“Dodd-Frank is a disaster. We’re going to be doing a big number on Dodd-Frank,” President Donald Trump said in a meeting on cutting small-business regulations. The Dodd-Frank Act requires banks to undergo periodic checks to […]
Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oxford and a member of Google‘s advisory panel on the right to be forgotten, Luciano Floridi stressed on the relevance of the philosophy of information with a view […]
Not only the vote in favor of the Brexit came as a huge surprise to most politicians and officials in June 2016 but it was one more bad news too on Europe’s quite discouraging agenda....
In a milestone decision on August 30, 2016 following an in-depth state aid investigation launched in June 2014, the European Commission (EC) has concluded that Ireland granted undue tax benefits of up to EUR 13...