Zelenskiy says Ukraine is thwarting coup plots involving Russians; The Kremlin denies the role

Zelenskiy says Ukraine is thwarting coup plots involving Russians;  The Kremlin denies the role

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy attends news briefing following Ukraine-EU summit in Kiev, Ukraine on 12 October 2021. REUTERS / Valentyn Ogirenko / File Photo Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.com Sign up KYIV, Nov. 26 (Reuters) – President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Friday that Ukraine had unveiled a plan to overthrow his … Read more

A former Apple employee inspires the state of Washington to take action to curb NDAs

The Apple Inc logo will be displayed outside the company’s 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, California, USA on June 13, 2016. REUTERS / Stephen Lam Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.com Sign up SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 24 (Reuters) – A former Apple Inc (AAPL.O) employee who had filed a whistleblower … Read more

Amazon seeks to halt antitrust review of 2019 deal with India’s future, documents show

NEW DELHI, November 24 (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) has asked India’s Supreme Court to halt an expedited review of allegations that the US company was hiding information while seeking antitrust approval for a 2019 deal with India’s Future Group, legally shown papers seen by Reuters. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) in June accused … Read more

The death of the South Korean dictator leaves a brutal legacy unresolved

Former South Korean President Chun Doo-hwan, who stands outside the walls of Anyang Prison, makes a remark shortly after being released from prison on a special pardon in Anyang on December 22, 1997. REUTERS / Paul Barker Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.com Sign up SEOUL, November 25 (Reuters) – South Korea’s … Read more

Gold Rush draws hundreds of rafting rafts to the Amazon tributary

AUTAZES, Brazil, November 24 (Reuters) – Hundreds of dredging fleets operated by illegal miners have gathered in a gold rush along the Madeira River, a major tributary to the Amazon that flows hundreds of miles, while state and federal authorities dispute who is responsible for stopping them. The flotilla of fleets equipped with pumps is … Read more

Pfizer sues outgoing employee who says they stole COVID-19 vaccine secrets

November 24 (Reuters) – Pfizer Inc (PFE.N) has sued a longtime employee for allegedly stealing “lots” of confidential documents, including some related to their COVID-19 vaccine, as she was preparing to jump into a competitor. In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in San Diego federal court, Pfizer said Chun Xiao Li broke her confidentiality agreement by … Read more

The Russian cyber security chief is appealing to Putin as the jail term for treason is extended

MOSCOW, NOVEMBER 23 (Reuters) – Ilya Sachkov, the head of a Russian cybersecurity firm, on Tuesday appealed to President Vladimir Putin to be placed under house arrest pending trial on charges of treason following his detention. was extended to February. Sachkov, 35, who founded Group-IB, one of Russia’s most prominent cybersecurity firms, was arrested in … Read more

Apple is suing the NSO Group, saying U.S. citizens were targets

Nov 23 (Reuters) – Apple Inc (AAPL.O) said on Tuesday that it has filed a lawsuit against Israeli cyber company NSO Group and its parent company OSY Technologies for allegedly monitoring and targeting US Apple users with their Pegasus spyware. The iPhone maker said it is also seeking to ban the NSO Group from using … Read more

The jury hits the organizers of the ‘Unite the Right’ rally with a verdict of $ 26 million

November 23 (Reuters) – A federal jury in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Tuesday found that the organizers of the 2017 “Unite the Right” white nationalist rallies were responsible for damages incurred by counter-protesters and awarded approximately $ 26 million in compensation. The nine plaintiffs in the case said they suffered physical or emotional trauma at the … Read more

The jury hits the organizers of the ‘Unite the Right’ rally with a verdict of $ 26 million

November 23 (Reuters) – A federal jury in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Tuesday found that the organizers of the 2017 “Unite the Right” white nationalist rallies were responsible for damages incurred by counter-protesters and awarded approximately $ 26 million in compensation. The nine plaintiffs in the case said they suffered physical or emotional trauma at the … Read more