Domestic Content Protection

Artificial intelligence and workers’ rights – Valerio De Stefano and Antonio Aloisi

A draft EU regulation on artificial intelligence risks exclusion of social partners and non-compliance with data protection requirements. Introduced by agreement, AI can be empowering: Engineer helps operator program robot arm for production line (Gorodenkoff / shutterstock.com) Discussions on a European regulation on artificial intelligence have increased since the European …

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How the world stays open for business

For generations after World War II, he was sure that globalization would continue unabated. The opening of economies, technological advances, cultural exchanges and political engagement have ushered in one of the most extensive periods of global interconnection in history. Despite recent gloomy warnings, there is little evidence that this trend …

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BIS Seeks Feedback from Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and Semiconductor Supply Chains on Supply Chain Vulnerabilities – International Law

United States: BIS seeks feedback from information and communications technology (ICT) and semiconductor supply chains on supply chain vulnerabilities 06 October 2021 Husch Blackwell LLP To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. The Bureau of Industry and Security (“BIS”) of the Department of Commerce (“Commerce”) recently issued …

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The government should create a local content policy supporting competitiveness and protection within the parameters of the WTO

Mr. Editor, Discontent appears to be growing in the private sector and other influential circles about the pace at which the formulation and implementation of local content legislation / policy is evolving. It is probably this dissatisfaction, expressed both publicly and privately, that has manifested recently in a number of …

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ManagedMethods Named Global Enterprise Cloud Security Solution of the Year by CyberSecurity Breakthrough Awards

Cloud Application Security and Student Security Monitoring Platform Designed for Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education Recognized for Third Year in a Row 2021 Cyber ​​Security Breakthrough Award Badge 2021 Cyber ​​Security Breakthrough Award Badge 2021 Cyber ​​Security Breakthrough Award Badge BOULDER, Colorado, September 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Managed methods, …

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UPDATE 1-S&P Pushes Ethiopia’s Ratings Into Adverse Territory On Delayed Debt Restructuring

(Add information on debt restructuring, Tigray conflict, quote from agency statement) Sept. 24 (Reuters) – Rating agency S&P Global on Friday downgraded Ethiopia’s sovereign rating to “CCC +” from “B-“, citing increased political instability and delays in debt restructuring. War erupted 10 months ago between federal Ethiopian troops and forces …

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Indian government will not buy Pfizer and Moderna vaccines amid local production

By Neha Arora, Krishna N. Das and Aftab Ahmed NEW DELHI (Reuters) – The Indian government will not buy COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna, three government sources told Reuters, mainly because domestic production of more affordable and easier to store vaccines has jumped https: // www. reuters.com/world/india/how-india-flipped-its-vaccine-fortunes-2021-09-21. …

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Secretary-General’s annual report reveals world being tested “to the limit” |

“The health, social, economic and human rights crises triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic have underscored the importance of multilateral cooperation – and put it to the test,” Secretary-General António Guterres said. From protecting people and jobs to helping governments secure a sustainable and equitable recovery, the United Nations has played …

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Kashifu’s giant leap in the digital transformation of the IT sector, by Rukayyat Sadauki – Economic Confidential

DG NITDA Kashifu Inuwa Kashifu’s giant leap in the digital transformation of the IT sector, by Rukayyat Sadauki The information technology sector has experienced a paradigm shift in its operations and activities, which has led to the digitization of government processes, reducing the costs of governance and corruption along with …

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Delegate Fleischauer calls for federal protection of critical infrastructure for the Mylan plant

July 20 — MORGANTOWN – Delegate Barbara Evans Fleischauer, D-Monongalia, seeks federal assistance to keep the Viatris Morgantown pharmaceutical plant open. Following the winning playbook by U.S. Representative Diana Harshbarger, R-Tenn., She wrote a letter to the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) requesting that the plant be designated …

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Police of the region | News, Sports, Jobs

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY SHERIFF‘S OFFICE ¯ HANOVER – Gary E. Grover, 48, of Hanover, has been charged with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood flow. MEPs responded at 11:35 p.m. on Wednesday to a reported altercation between two people in Hanover. An investigation revealed that Grover had been the assailant in …

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What are DMCA notices?

Written by Aashish Aryan, edited by Explained Desk | New Delhi | June 27, 2021, 11:44 a.m. The Minister of the Union of Electronics and Information Technologies and of Law and Justice, Ravi Shankar Prasad, was on Friday locked from his Twitter account for one hour allegedly on a notice …

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Genius Sports Wins Major Expansion of Official Data, Streaming and Media Partnership with Argentina Football Association

NEW YORK & LONDON – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Genius Sports Limited (NYSE: GENI) (“Genius Sports”), the official data, technology and commerce partner that powers the ecosystem connecting sports, betting and media, has been selected by the Argentinian Football Association (“AFA”) as its official exclusive Data & Streaming partner for all …

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Sharing information with the government, banning “specific” flash sales: tightening e-commerce standards

THE MINISTRY of Consumption, Food and Public Distribution initiated sweeping changes to consumer protection rules (e-commerce), 2020, imposing new registration requirements for online retailers and a ban on sales flash “specific” – and making it mandatory to share information with government agencies. The draft rules released on Monday are broadly …

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Latest Coronavirus: Evidence Too Sparse To Decide On Booster Injections, Vaccine Group Director Says

Britain’s opposition Labor Party on Monday accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson of “complacency” over the Delta variant first identified in India and border policies. Shadow Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth said ministers had ignored the warnings and had left the British borders as secure “as a sieve”. U.S. consumer inflation expectations …

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