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Russian court turns down appeal from Google in anti-monopoly case

Moscow (Reuters) - A Russian court yesterday rejected an appeal against Google in an anti-monopoly case preinstalled apps on mobile devices with th...

 

Russian court turns down appeal from Google in anti-monopoly case

Moscow (Reuters) – A Russian court yesterday rejected an appeal against Google in an anti-monopoly case preinstalled apps on mobile devices with the Android operating system, reported Interfax news agency

Earlier, Russia’s anti-monopoly watchdog FAS imposed 438000000 rubles ($ 6.83 million) fine on Google after ruling that the company has violated Russian anti-monopoly rules.

(Reporting by Alexander Wen, writing by Denis Pinchuk)

Data analysis from Paris raid on Google will take months, possibly years: prosecutor

 

Data analysis from Paris raid on Google will take months, possibly years: prosecutor

Paris (Reuters) – Analysis of data seized by detectives last week could take possibly years raided Google’s Paris headquarters, French financial prosecutor Eliane houlette yesterday

Dozens of French police raid Google’s offices. Tuesday, rising an investigation into alleged tax evasion.

“We have a very collected computer data,” said crook in an interview with Europe 1 radio, iTele TV channel and newspaper Le Monde, adding that 96 people participated in the attack.

“We have analyzed (data) … (it will) months, I hope it will not be for a few years, but we have very limited resources.”

Google, which says it fully complies with French law, has been under pressure in Europe from public opinion and governments angry at the way multinationals operate to reduce burdens their global presence.

(Sign by Maya Nikolaeva; Editing by David Goodman)

Google says ‘no’ to payday lender ads

 

Google says 'no' to payday lender ads

(Reuters) -. Google, a unit of Alphabet Inc., said it would prohibit advertisements for payday loans because it is “deceptive and harmful financial products” to vulnerable customers

Google, which Facebook connect Inc. in concluding advertising by payday lenders, announced his decision presented a day after the US Treasury that online lenders supports greater transparency in their transactions.

payday lenders that small loans at high interest rates that must be followed to provide repaid within a short period of time, came under criticism as lenders often fails to pay the loan or tendency refinance them to increase their debt.

“Research has shown these loans can lead to priceless payment defaults and high for users,” said David Graff, director of global product policy at Google, said yesterday in a Google blog. (Http://bit.ly/1qe5nMP)

Shares in online lender Enova International Inc. has 6.2 percent on Wednesday, while the World Acceptance Corp was en 3 percent.

“It is disappointing that a website created to help give users full access to information that arbitrary choices on the ads users are allowed to see the legitimate enterprises,” Kirk Chartier, Enova chief marketing said in a statement.

He added that Enova significant impact on its business from Google’s decision is not expected.

The company will advertise loans where repayment due prohibited within 60 days from the date of issue. In the United States, the company will also advertisements for loans with annual percentage rates (APRS) of 36 percent or more prohibited

Federal policy makers and regulators in the past discussed and rejected the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčlimiting the APRS. – Whether annual interest rates on loans – 36 percent. Some states, including New Hampshire and Montana, has done so at the local level, but according to the Consumer Federation of America.

“To an ad rule that not only make disturbing violated state and federal law, but it is discriminatory,” Lisa McGreevy, CEO of Online Borrowers Alliance, told Reuters.

“a certain class of people who would otherwise not regular credit eligibility now can get credit … It is their (Google) decide who can and can not credit information.”

Ads that appear on the top and right side of a Google search results will not display more marketing of the payday lending industry started 13th July.

Google boss backs Apple in encryption battle with FBI

 


Paris (AFP) – Google chief Sundar Pichai yesterday its support for Apple in its standoff with the FBI about unlocking an iPhone as part of a terrorism investigation, warns that may create so-called “backdoors” in encrypted communications “bad consequences”.

“We want a strong stance against any form of backdoor take whatever not,” says CEO Pichai during a conference at Sciences Po University of Paris, as he robe in the controversy.

“If you create backdooors lead to very, very bad consequences which always ends detrimental users.”

Apple has found itself at the heart of a fine folders legal battle after a US judge has ordered that the technology giant a way to the encrypted iPhone of American citizen Syed Farook, a gangster in deadly San Bernardino shooting last year find unlock.

“User privacy is at the heart of what we do,” Pichai added in the past, though he has taken note of the company together with governments to, for legal processes result.

His remarks echo in a series of tweets last week, in which he gives “law enforcement access to information based on valid legal orders” was “totally different from what companies burglary Devices & amp; amp; customer data to enable “.

Apple has the support of a number of Silicon Valley companies in its legal battle with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg said yesterday that he was “quite sympathetic” with Apple’s dilemma.

Google reportedly plans to release a Gear VR competitor later this year

 


The Google cardboard seems is only the beginning of the operating pressure of the virtual reality. A Newa Report of the Financial Times suggests that Google is planning to exempt related a larger virtual reality product TOA Samsung’s Gear VR.