The UN’s chief painted a grim picture of a divided and polarised world and urged solidarity among nations.
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Gov’t databases, emails could give details on employees of the former administration, contractors, allies, Reuters said.
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The wobbly trade in Chinese markets came as state-owned securities newspaper urged calm Wednesday and talked up markets.
The severity of the new rules could kill many companies and block the exits of investors.
For now, investors are stuck between marking down their portfolios drastically or getting battered in a sell-off.
Changes sent shockwaves across China’s $120bn private tutoring sector, leading to a huge sell-off in listed firms.
Privacy advocates fear the sensitive data can be misused for caste-based or community profiling.
Some 15,000 Mexican cellphones appeared on the leaked list of surveillance, at least 50 people close to president.
Company makes the disclosure while filing first compliance report under India’s controversial new social media rules.