Tuesday, 30 May 2017  
Sir Cliff wins latest court round with BBC


Sir Cliff Richard has won the latest skirmish in a High Court battle with the BBC.

Source: www.news.com.au
South Korea orders missile defence probe


South Korean President Moon Jae-in has ordered a probe after his defence ministry failed to inform him four more launchers for the controversial US THAAD anti-missile system had been brought into the country.

Source: www.news.com.au
�Baghdad bombings leave 24 dead
�Death toll from Moscow storm climbs to 14
�Car bombs kill 20 in central Baghdad
�Tiger kills keeper at zoo in England
�The life of a dictator: significant dates
�Former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega dies
�Manuel Noriega dead: former Panama dictator dies at 83 after brain surgery
�Cyclone hits refugee camps in Bangladesh
Trump Hopes To Lure Companies Back To The U.S.With Lower Tax Rates


A key part of President Trump's tax plan is to repatriate corporate profits held overseas back to the U.S. With the lure of lower corporate rates, the idea is that companies will free up overseas earnings and instead invest in jobs and equipment in the U.S. A similar scheme was tried during the administration of George W. Bush, but companies used most of the money on stock buybacks or to pay dividends to shareholders.

Source: www.npr.org
�British Airways IT Meltdown Leaves Passengers Stranded
�For Video Soundtracks, Computers Are The New Composers
�On Day 3 Of Cancellation Chaos, British Airways Edges Closer To Recovery
�South Korean Youth Struggle To Find Jobs After Years Of Studying For Tests
�Latest College Graduates Enter A More Optimistic Economy
�White House To Provide Ethics Agency With Info On Waivers For Ex-Lobbyists
ďż˝'Man Weaves' Offer Cover For Balding Men, Cash For Black Hair Care Industry
�How A Gene Editing Tool Went From Labs To A Middle-School Classroom
�Two Scientists, Two Different Approaches To Saving Bees From Poison Dust
Data Watchdog Cautions Google and UK Health Partner


A British data watchdog has raised questions about whether it was appropriate for a healthcare trust to share data on 1.6 million patients with DeepMind Health, an AI company owned by Google. The trust shared the data in connection with the test phase of Streams, an app designed to diagnose acute kidney injuries. However, the sharing reportedly was performed without an appropriate legal basis.

Source: www.technewsworld.com
�Report: Cybersecurity Dangerously Lax at Mar-a-Lago
�Will Future Autonomous Cars Fly Like Birds or Tunnel Like Moles?
�Google Pushes AI, Machine Learning to the Front
�Feren OS: A Linux Desktop Game-Changer
�Wearable Tech Can Detect Life-Threatening Heart Problems

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