They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but a strike planned by hospitality workers across Sin City could plunge its bright lights and late nights into functional darkness, and inspire similar demonstrations across the nation.
AT&T says it will only launch the company’s well-hyped $15 streaming video service if it gains regulatory approval for its $86 billion acquisition of Time Warner.
Fellow online trader eBay also threatened to block foreign sellers if the tax changes went ahead. Fairfax Media has asked the marketplace platform if it intends to follow Amazon’s lead. Australian shoppers will still be able to access 60 million products available on Amazon.com.
Amazon has been accused of treating staff like robots as it emerged that ambulances had been called out 600 times to the online retailer’s UK warehouses in the past three years. There were also two call-outs to the site for electrocution and eight for people who had fallen unconscious.
Recently, if you searched for the California Republican Party on Google, you might have read that the political party’s ideologies included conservatism, market liberalism, and nazism. The latter listing has since been removed, and Google is blaming the results on Wikipedia “vandalism.”
States are absolutely permitted to regulate the SALE of products in the state, particularly at the point of sale (eg, the end user).
AT&T has given up its years-long quest to cripple the Federal Trade Commission’s authority to regulate broadband providers. Just weeks ago, AT&T said it intended to appeal its loss in the case to the US Supreme Court before a deadline of May 29.
An obscure but increasingly important browser privacy feature in Firefox is getting a big promotion.Mozilla developers accepted an update to the Firefox Nightly test version on Wednesday that makes tracking protection easier to discover, easier to use and more nuanced.