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Singapore Budget 2018: Reduced tax breaks for startups, but no ecommerce levy yet

[ad_1] Parliament House, Singapore / Photo credit: f11photo / 123RF The Singaporean government has cut corporate tax breaks for startups, meaning that early-stage businesses could face a higher tax bill. Users of certain online products, potentially including some apps and content streaming platforms, may have to...

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Special counsel Robert Mueller indicts Russian bot farms for election meddling

[ad_1] Special Counsel Robert Mueller has just handed down a set of indictments, charging 13 Russian citizens and three Russian organizations with interference in the U.S. presidential election in efforts dating back to 2014. The indictment names the Internet Research Agency, a bot farm and disinformation...

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France’s telecom regulator thinks net neutrality should also apply to devices

[ad_1] The ARCEP, France’s equivalent of the FCC in the U.S., wants to go beyond telecommunications companies. While many regulatory authorities have focused on carriers and internet service providers, the French authority thinks Google, Apple, Amazon and all the big tech companies also need their...

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UK accuses Russia of 2017’s NotPetya ransomware attacks

[ad_1] The UK government has directly accused Russia of being behind the so called NotPetya ransomware attack last year — which quickly spread around the globe, including affecting businesses in Spain, France and India, demanding payment in Bitcoin to unlock infected machines. The malware initially appeared...

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