Turkey's competition authority on Dec. 17 reiterated that Google should "completely" comply with the Turkish law as it has done in other countries.
In September 2018, Turkey's competition board fined Google 93 million Turkish liras ($15 million) for violating competition law related to the offering of Android, its mobile operation system, as well as mobile apps and services.
The social network Facebook should remove misleading ads that caused scandal in the Netherlands, BGNES writes.
Ads that take advantage of the resemblance of ordinary people to some of the most popular people in the Netherlands are advertising fraudulent schemes for Bitcoin cryptocurrency investments.
The Facebook-owned Instagram app plans to eliminate the number of likes seen under posts for some users in the United States. The goal of the move is to reduce competition between people in the photo and video sharing service, Bloomberg writes.
The US state of California has been investigating the Internet giant Facebook for a year and a half, it became clear today, writes Reuters.
The case file shows that California accuses Facebook of obstruction of justice, with the company refusing to cooperate with a review of its commercial practices. Facebook did not comment on the news.
Matthew Holliday of the International Commission on Missing Persons speaks to media on Thursday. Photo: Gjergj Erebara/BIRN.
"Today I am pleased to announce that ICMP early this week submitted two DNA match reports at the Institute of Forensic Medicine of the Republic of Albania," Matthew Holliday, head of the Western Balkans Programme at the ICMP, told journalists.
Facebook has agreed to pay a fine of £ 500,000 for breaches of personal data protection law related to the unauthorized use of such data by Cambridge Analytica. This was announced by the Office of the British Information Commissioner (ICOICO, the British regulator for information rights, BNR reported.