Tesla misleads customers about autonomous driving features, senator tells FTC

Two Democratic senators are calling on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Tesla over the company’s promotion of autopilot and fully autonomous driving (FSD) technology. so letter On Wednesday, Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts spoke to FTC President Lina Khan about “potentially deceptive and …

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Costa Rican lawmakers discuss whether the production of medicinal cannabis

The Environmental Committee of the Legislative Assembly of Costa Rica is to define if the medicinal cannabis production is reserved for domestic producers only or the door is left open to foreign companies to enter this new industry for the country. Wednesday the legislative committee begins the discussion of the …

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Australian Prime Minister hints at end of ‘Covid zero’

Morrison’s article comes as Sydney, Australia’s largest city, recorded 830 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the past 24 hours, its highest number of new daily infections to date, despite strict containment since the end of June. Australia has been one of many countries, including China and New Zealand, that have …

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Moderna will deliver 7 million doses of vaccine to Korea by early September.

South Korea will receive 7 million doses of Moderna’s vaccine over the next two weeks, officials said on Sunday, a move aimed at further boosting ongoing vaccination efforts in the country. “Moderna informed us on Saturday that it would deliver 7.01 million doses by the first week of September,” Second …

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Asylum protections for migrant families disappeared in Biden border test

Aug 11 (Reuters) – Melissa Pinedo, a 27-year-old single mother from Guatemala, has been living for weeks in a tent in Reynosa, Mexico, across the border from Texas, trying to find someone in call about a quick-closing window for claiming asylum in the United States. “There are numbers of lawyers …

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Colorado Enacts Radical Privacy Law | King and Spalding

On July 7, 2021, Colorado enacted a new privacy law called the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA). The CPA is the third state-level omnibus data privacy law, similar in scope to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA), respectively enacted in 2018 and earlier …

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Sandwiched between the superpowers: is Hong Kong just a pawn in the US-China rivalry? – World

Pana Panviroj (Asia News Network) (The Jakarta Post) Hong-Kong ● Wed 11 Aug 2021 2021-08-11 22:47 0 6281d9f905b49edfeb97b8e90334084f 1 World Hong-Kong, China, United States, Asia-News-Network, ANN Free The United States and China are unlikely to undermine Hong Kong’s position as the world’s leading financial center in their high stakes scrambling …

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Orioles Notes: Rutschman, Severino, Mateo

The Orioles promoted wide receiver Adley rutschman from Double-A to Triple-A Norfolk, the team announced last night. (MASNsports.com’s Roch Kubtako first announced that he would level up.) Rutschman, who now ranks as the No. 1 prospect in all of baseball at Baseball America and MLB.com after Walk Francograduation from the …

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Central bank digital currency and Bangladesh

Syed Abul Basher | Posted: 09 Aug 2021 21:12:23 Lately, the emergence of the central bank digital currency (CBDC) has received a lot of attention in the media and among the general public. Simply put, CBDC means that a central bank issues electronic money instead of physical or paper money. …

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Ninth Circuit dismisses the motion to dismiss in the pressure cooker case

A California Federal District Court recently dismissed an insurer’s motion to dismiss a manufacturer’s warranty claim on the grounds that an “unfair competition” exclusion barred coverage for an action alleging breaches of the law. Colorado Consumer Protection Act. The court allowed the lawsuit because the exclusion did not clearly, explicitly …

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