Google, Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. need to continue to boost efforts to combat disinformation on their platforms
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Negotiations had been in the final stages for a deal that would have seen the US pull troops from Afghanistan after 18 years in return for various Taliban guarantees.
The decision followed a briefing of the EU’s 27 ambassadors by the bloc’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier.
France’s finance minister said he doesn’t want the European Union to become the latest front in the global trade war, but that the bloc would hit the U.S. with sanctions if a settlement isn’t reached in a long-running dispute over aircraft aid.
Facebook could be forced to patrol its platform across the world to remove offensive and hateful posts by users in the European Union.
European Union rules require people to actively choose to allow companies to install tracking cookies.
Apple Inc. fights the world’s biggest tax case in a quiet courtroom this week.
Food industry urges waiver for some competition rules.
The deal will turn the LSE into a major distributor as well as a creator of financial market data.