Meta will pay 88,500 euros per day after exploiting user data for advertising

Norway: Meta will Pay 88,500 Euros per Day after Exploiting User Data for Advertising

TARGETED ADVERTISEMENTS: Meta had until August 4th to prove that it had measures in place to comply with Norwegian data protection law. We don’t play with the protection of personal data in Norway, even if we are called Meta. A Norwegian regulator on Tuesday fined the U.S. tech giant for serving targeted ads by exploiting user data from its Facebook and Instagram […]

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Paris traders affected by the bad weather

Tourism: Affected by the Weather, Traders are Suffering but Looking to the Future

BUSINESS: Record rains for a month are sinking tourist consumption in Paris For nearly a month, capricious weather has been beating down on Paris as on the entire northern part of the country, somewhat spoiling the holidays of the many tourists in the capital. This situation that does not help the business of traders who are […]

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Poverty rate reaches record high in Ten years

The “Deprivation” Rate, Another Measure of the Poverty Rate, Reaches a Record High in Ten Years

PURCHASING POWER: Unlike the monetary poverty rate, the deprivation rate is based on households giving up certain products or services. 4%. Thursday, INSEE indicated that the rate of “material and social deprivation” affects 14% of the population of France. Unlike monetary poverty rates, which are based on household income, the deprivation rate is calculated on the basis of households […]

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netflix gains nearly 6 million subscribers

Netflix Gains Nearly 6 Million New Subscribers by Tightening the Screw on Account Sharing

STREAMING: As a result, the California group Netflix made $1.5 billion in net profit from April to June The twist on password sharing has paid off. Netflix now has more than 238 million subscribers, with 5.89 million added in the second quarter, an unexpected jump for the streaming platform. The Californian group, which is currently undergoing, like its competitors, […]

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Electricity Prices will increase by 10 percent in Audust

Electricity Prices will Increase by 10% on August 1st with the Reduction of the Tariff Shield

PRICE INCREASE: This electricity increase concerns customers “connected to a meter with a power of up to 36 kilovolt-amperes”, i.e. households, craftsmen, small businesses and craftsmen The government announced on Tuesday a 10% increase in regulated electricity prices on the 1st August, due to a gradual reduction in the price shield put in place for two winters. This […]

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Nissan recalls nearly 700,000 cars in Japan

Automotive: Nissan Recalls 700,000 Vehicles in Japan

RECALL: The manufacturer, Nissan has already announced massive recalls abroad A massive recall. Japanese automaker Nissan announced on Friday the recall of a total of 699,000 vehicles in Japan for various manufacturing defects. He also warned that hundreds of thousands of units were also affected abroad. These various defects have so far not caused any accidents in Japan, the group […]

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Ripple (XRP) Explodes Nearly 100% After Company's First SEC Win

Ripple (XRP) Explodes Nearly 100% After Company’s First SEC Win

RULING: The judge in charge of the case delivered his verdict on the matter by stating that the sale of XRP tokens on crypto exchanges did not constitute investment contracts. Thursday 13th July marked a turning point in the case between Ripple and the SEC. Indeed, the judge in charge of the case delivered his verdict […]

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The electric scooter is taking over cities

Eco-mobility: Electric Scooters is Taking Cities at High Speed

VROUM: As sales figures soar for electric scooters and specialist brands multiply, we tell you all about these “clean” two-wheelers Very practical for short daily journeys, scooters have long found their followers, especially among young people. While the fight against CO2 emissions intensifies, these small two-wheelers were nevertheless neglected in favour of modern technological innovations. But in the space of two […]

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India agrees in principle to purchase 26 Rafales and 3 French submarines

India Agrees in Principle to Purchase 26 Rafales and 3 French Submarines

AIR AND SEA: The Indian Defense Acquisition Board has approved these purchase proposals but prices have not yet been negotiated The invitation of the Indian Prime Minister to Paris, guest of honour of the National Day of July 14th seems to pay. India gave its agreement in principle on Thursday for the purchase from France of 26 Rafale fighter planes, […]

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