With the pro-life movement's long-awaited win, abortion will soon be essentially outlawed in more than 20 states, as the US supreme court overturns Roe v. Wade in a historic ruling.
Mark Zuckerberg could face jail time under a new law. The Labour Party has called for tougher penalties against senior tech executives.
As officials insist it must abide by the law, Twitter has filed a lawsuit against the Indian government, contesting a recent ruling requiring it to ban accounts and remove certain content.
Facebook's facial identification technology has been the subject of judicial action in the past, the latest which comes from Texas, who are suing Meta over facial recognition software.
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A team of international criminal and human rights attorneys recently submitted an official request to the US administration for targeted sanctions against Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for his part in extrajudicial executions reportedly perpetrated by the state's police forces between 2017 and 2021.
According to a new law, it is now a criminal offense in Israel to pay more than $1,700 in cash. Penalties for violators amount to 25% of the transaction for individuals and 30% of the transaction for businesses.
Indian authorities have imposed a Rs 25 crore fine on Coca-Cola and PepsiCo for illegal extraction of groundwater.
The US Department of Justice released a report saying that a man named Thomas Patrick Connally Jr. threatened to kill Dr. Fauci and will be getting a sentence of 3 years in Federal prison.
The New Civil Liberties Alliance has filed a lawsuit against the US Govt for pressuring Big Tech companies to censor information about COVID-19.