Along with WeChat facing greater regulatory scrutiny, Alibaba has separately suspended various staff who have been accused of sexually assaulting a fellow female employee.
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The settlement for the 'massive failure' that was the robo-debt scheme has been approved at court, with approximately 400,000 Australians to receive compensation.
PMC was found to not be a patent troll as it licenses its own internally invented patent on an exclusive basis.
The social media network has been accused of using users' personal activity data for commercial benefit without consent.
Prior to the injunction, US companies were set to be banned from purchasing publicly traded Xiaomi securities or derivatives of those securities from this week.
The ACCC is currently suing the company for allegedly entering into unfair contracts with small businesses.
The case was thrown out as Apple's UK arm does not decide which apps appear on the App store.
Apple has now been sued by the games developer in four jurisdictions.
With the company currently being on the list, people in the US will soon no longer be able to purchase publicly traded Xiaomi securities.
The London judge ruled that Julian Assange would be at extreme risk of suicide if he were sent across the Atlantic.