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Amazon Sellers Found Shipping Long-Expired Food: Report

In an apparent lapse in product quality checks, third party sellers on Amazon have been selling long expired food including old Hostess brownies and Teavana goods that were discontinued in 2017, CNBC reported. There have been reports of the retail giant’s marketplace having problems of counterfeit products. At least 40 ...

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US SEC Halts Telegram’s $1.7 Billion Digital Token Offering

US authorities said on Friday they have halted a $1.7 billion (GBP 1.34 billion or roughly Rs. 12,078 crores) unregistered digital token offering by the messaging service Telegram Group and its TON Issuer subsidiary. The Securities and Exchange Commission said it had received a temporary restraining order against the two ...

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Adobe Cuts Off Venezuela Clients, Citing US Sanctions

The software company Adobe says it is cutting off its accounts in Venezuela, the latest repercussions of US financial sanctions targeting President Nicolás Maduro. The California-based firm on Monday cited sweeping measures by the administration of President Donald Trump announced August 5 banning companies and individuals from doing business with Maduro’s ...

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YouTube CEO Apologises for Overhauling Verification Policy

Barely a day after YouTube rolled out changes to its verification programme amid a controversy over the content it pushes to its users, the company’s CEO Susan Wojcicki promised to re-evaluate the company’s recently revamped policy. Apologising to video creators, Wojcicki posted on Twitter on late on Friday: “To our ...

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Google Advertising Practices Targeted in US Antitrust Probe

State attorneys general investigating whether Google is engaged in monopolistic behaviour are planning to take a deep look into the tech giant’s advertising business. The office of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sent a letter to Google on Monday seeking internal documents about how it sells ads and tracks the ...

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