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Music publishing bodies welcome Canadian Supreme Court ruling on illegal sites

Music publishing bodies welcome Canadian Supreme Court ruling on illegal sites

Google isn't a defendant in the case , and the justices made clear that the company is not liable for any harm to Equustek . Free-speech advocates such as Canada's OpenMedia had claimed that a worldwide order could be used to justify government censorship of the internet but the supreme court judges rejected that risk, arguing that "this is not an order to remove speech that, on its face, engages freedom of expression values; it is an order to de-index websites that are in violation of ...


Rs 200 note on its way as printing begins

Rs 200 note on its way as printing begins

In the process of demonetization, new notes of Rs. 500 were brought into circulation while the notes of denomination Rs. 1000 were totally scrapped. Besides Rs 200 notes, there are talks about the government issuing new currency of Rs 1,000 denomination.


Airline forced wheelchair-bound man to crawl up stairs to board plane

Airline forced wheelchair-bound man to crawl up stairs to board plane

Staff informed Kijima, who is paralysed from the waist down after injuring his spine playing rugby, that company rules prevented his friends from carrying him and initially tried to stop him pulling himself up. "If people who can not walk are not allowed to board the plane, then are babies and the elderly also not allowed to board?" The passenger-the person in a wheelchair had to crawl on the plane on his hands.


McDonald's to shut down 43 out of 55 restaurants in Delhi

McDonald's to shut down 43 out of 55 restaurants in Delhi

Bakshi, who was dramatically ousted in August 2013 as managing director of CPRL , has been embroiled in a protracted legal fight with McDonald's, dragging the world's largest fast food chain to the Company Law Board (CLB), which is yet to announce its verdict.


US to seek more security on international flights

US to seek more security on international flights

Compliance with the new rules could lead to the lifting of a ban on laptops and other large electronics already in place for airlines flying to the United States from 10 airports in the Middle East and Africa. Agency officials speaking on background said the measures are a directive for airlines to follow since DHS does not have jurisdiction over foreign airports.


How to protect your Windows computer against the recent malware attack

How to protect your Windows computer against the recent malware attack

And after a fresh cyberattack challenged security worldwide for the second time in just a few months there were global demands for greater focus on battling the issue. French construction materials company Saint Gobain said it had been a victim of a cyber attack, and it had isolated its computer systems to protect data.