Europe is looking to sort out the online firms that avoid paying their fair share of tax on the continent.
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in brief Visually impaired Australians will be able to cast their ballots using e-voting machines for the first time in this year's federal election.The e-voting machines will be available for two weeks before the election and on the election day itself at 29 locations across the country, including Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney.
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Software giant has lobbied the White House and the US Department of Justice for help in its European legal battles
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The head of the US' Department of Homeland Security has said he is keen for the US and the EU to push ahead with plans to incorporate biometric identification data in documents such as passports
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The government's ban on driving while holding a phone has now come into effect, with offenders facing a minimum £30 fine
Microsoft faces a date with the European Commission for its antitrust case - unless a settlement is reached