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Google faces anti-trust probe over new Internet protocol that may give it an unfair competitive advantage

SAN FRANCISCO: Google is under an anti-trust probe over a new Internet Protocol that could give the tech giant an unfair competitive advantage, the media reported. The US House Judiciary Committee is investigating Google’s plans to implement DNS-over-HTTPS in Chrome, a new standard that aims to improve internet privacy and security by encryption, reports the Wall Street Journal. Google plans to begin testing the new protocol – that aims ... Read More »

Samsung Faces French Legal Case Over Alleged Abuses in China

Two French campaign groups filed a legal case against Samsung in France on Thursday over the alleged use of child labour and other abuses in Chinese manufacturing plants working for the electronics giant. Accusing the company of misleading commercial practices, the NGOs Peuples Solidaires and Sherpa lodged a complaint in Paris against Samsung’s French subsidiary and international parent company. Based on research ... Read More »

Retail faces ‘double-edged sword’ in internet age: JPMorgan Analyst

The destiny of retail requires fewer shops and a more on-line presence, but the street to that truth is fraught with threat, JPMorgan retail analyst Matt Boss stated Friday. Boss spoke at the end of a difficult few weeks for shops, at some point of which weak guidance and middling profits hammered many stocks within the area. On Thursday, shares ... Read More »