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Canada approves Facebook changes
BBC News-2010-09-27 10:23:40

Facebook logo The Canadian commissioner will continue to monitor the site. The Canadian privacy commissioner is happy with changes made by Facebook, following an investigation of the site's policies last year.Full Story

Bangladesh prostitutes win job title identity ruling
By Anbarasan Ethirajan BBC News, Dhaka Tangail brothel There are an estimated 200,000 prostitutes in Bangladesh.
 
Pepsi to invest $2.5bn in China over three years
A Pepsi product at a grocery store PepsiCo Inc says it will build 19 new plants. PepsiCo Inc has announced it will invest $2.
 
BP chief backs oil drilling in wake of US disaster
BP chief executive Tony Hayward - 3 April 2010 Tony Hayward said the US regime for oil drilling permits was already rigorous.
 
Anwar's sodomy trial resumes in Malaysia
Anwar Ibrahim at court in Kuala Lumpur (3 Feb 2010). Mr Anwar alleges there is a political conspiracy against him.
 
The Chinese government has threatened sanctions against Google
Google stops censoring search results in China. The Chinese government has threatened sanctions against Google.
 
Chinese oil firm buying 50% stake in Argentine group
China's demand for oil is continuing to grow strongly. China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) is paying $3.
 
Spanish police arrest masterminds of 'massive' botnet
Few owners of hijacked machines know they have been compromised Spanish police have revealed that they have arrested three men responsible for one of the world's biggest networks of virus-infected computers.
 
Spanish police arrest masterminds of 'massive' botnet
Few owners of hijacked machines know they have been compromised Spanish police have revealed that they have arrested three men responsible for one of the world's biggest networks of virus-infected computers.
 
Rat Out a Tax Cheat, Collect a Reward
Rat Out a Tax Cheat, Collect a Reward by Blake Ellis, Staff Reporter Tuesday, March 2, 2010provided byCNNMoney.
 
US President Barack Obama has called on Congress to "finish its work"
US President Barack Obama has called on Congress to "finish its work" on reforming the US healthcare system, and pass sweeping reforms.
 
Greece backs new round of tax rises and spending cuts
Demonstration by striking workers in Athens, 10 Feb 10 Greece has been hit by a wave of public sector strikes The Greek government has approved a new package of tax increases and spending cuts to save 4.
 
Toyota boss Akio Toyoda apologises in China
The president of the Japanese car company Toyota, Akio Toyoda, has apologised to customers in China, the world's biggest auto market.
 
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