Biden to strengthen measures against cyber and immigration issues Four people will be appointed to important positions | Reuters

US President Joe Biden is expected to appoint four people to key positions to strengthen the government’s measures against cybersecurity and immigration issues. Photo taken at White House on March …

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18 states including Texas sued government over revocation of oil pipeline construction approval | Reuters

On March 17, US President Joe Biden (pictured) revoked the construction approval of the pipeline “Keystone XL” that connects the oil fields in Canada and the refinery in the Gulf …

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US House of Representatives Passes Organization Rights Protection Bill Supports Union Formation | Reuters

[Washington, 9th Reuters]–The US House of Representatives passed a “organization right protection bill” on the 9th to strengthen protection against trade union formation and collective bargaining. On March 9, the …

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Hackers reveal invading “Vercada” surveillance cameras such as Tesla | Reuters

[Reuters]–A small group of hackers gaining administrative access to surveillance camera maker “Velkada” has past surveillance camera footage of hundreds of companies, including Tesla, a major electric vehicle (EV) company. …

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Australian article consideration bill, FB viewing restrictions do not change = Minister | Reuters

On February 22, Australia’s Finance Minister Birmingham (pictured) opposes a bill that requires giant tech companies such as Alphabet’s Google to pay news article royalties, but Facebook (FB) and others …

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U.S. Congress Invasion Case, No Evidence of Intent to Kill Congressman = Washington Prosecutor’s Office |

Deputy Attorney General Michael Sherwin of Washington, DC, said yesterday that there was no “direct evidence” that intruders into the Capitol were collectively aimed at capturing and killing lawmakers. .. …

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Wal-Mart Suspends Indefinite Contribution to Biden Victory Opponents | Reuters

Wal-Mart, a major US retailer, announced on January 12 that it would suspend donations to lawmakers who opposed Mr. Biden’s presidential election victory indefinitely. Taken in California, June 2020 (2021 …

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U.S. judge again delays execution of lone woman on federal death row

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. federal judge said that the Justice Department broke the law when it rescheduled the execution of the only woman on federal death row last month, …

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