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Pair Of Belgium Zoo Hippos Get COVID In What May Be First Cases For Species

Imani and Hermien only have runny noses so far, according to zoo officials.
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Australia: Australian Financial Services Regulatory Update - Jones Day

Recent legal and regulatory developments, including the release of ASIC and APRA's Corporate Plans for 2021-25, ASIC's review of greenwashing practices, new money laundering/terrorism...
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Australia: Stoppage of work – Wrongly stood down worker failed to share the burden - People + Culture Strategies

There was not a genuine stoppage of work, as the mere reduction of work did not constitute a stoppage of work.
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Australia: ACCC Warns Against Bid Rigging In Public Tenders - Jones Day

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission ("ACCC") also cautions government agencies to be alert to potential bid rigging in the procurement process for public tenders.
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Space tourist reveals ‘unusual training’ for this week’s mission to ISS

A billionaire businessman heading to the International Space Station this week has revealed some unusual training routines for his upcoming mission.
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United States: FTC Issues Enforcement Policy Regarding Deceptive Practices Related To Negative Option Marketing - Jones Day

The policy covers three areas commonly pursued in enforcement of negative option cases: disclosures, consent, and cancellation.
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UK: UK Supreme Court Reaffirms That A Director's Fraud Cannot Be Attributed To The Company Where The Company Is The Victim - Mayer Brown

The Supreme Court's recent decision in CPS v Aquila (2021)1 provides a useful and welcome reminder of the law regarding the extent to which the wrongful acts of directors.
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Asia-Pacific wants to live with Covid. Omicron is threatening those reopening plans

Little is known about the potential dangers posed by the Omicron coronavirus variant but concern over its spread is already threatening to wreck reopening plans in Asia-Pacific.
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Despite regulatory obstacles, Binance plans to register as a UK company.

Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao said the exchange is planning to expand to the U.K. in the next six to 18 months, despite being instructed by the country’s regulator to cease trading earlier this year. To become a registered crypto asset firm in the U.K., the platform must abide by money laundering and terrorist financing controls. With approval from the FCA, Binance could offer products such as futures and derivatives in the U.K. [Via]
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Australia Covid live news update: Qld border to reopen 13 December, Palaszczuk says; SA premier advised to close border with NSW over Omicron

Annastacia Palaszczuk brings forward Qld border reopening; Steven Marshall ‘very concerned’ by Omicron as SA records four Covid cases; Victoria records 1,073 new cases and six deaths, NSW records 208 cases, ACT six; Katherine lockdown extended as NT records one case; Australia could be renewables ‘superpower’ but has wasted time, Chris Bowen says. Follow all the developments liveScott Morrison backs Gladys Berejiklian to run for federal seat of Warringah despite Icac cloudNSW strikes: teachers a...
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Pakistan: Brutal mob killing of Sri Lankan sparks protests

More than 100 have been arrested over the lynching of a Sri Lankan man accused of insulting Islam.
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United States: Federal Banking Agencies Adopt New Computer-Security Incident Notification Requirements - Morgan Lewis

The three federal banking agencies (i.e., the Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency—collectively, the Agencies) published a final rule...
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Vietnam: Proposed Plan To Resume Business Operations In Ho Chi Minh City - ACSV Legal

The HCMC authorities have prepared a plan to reopen the economy in the city.
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Fox Business Host Rips Lara Logan Over Nazi Comparison: ‘ENOUGH’

Liz Claman tweeted details about Josef Mengele's evil history, saying "facts need to be stated."
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Fox Business Host Targets Lara Logan Over Nazi Comparison: ‘ENOUGH’

Liz Claman tweeted details about Josef Mengele's evil history, saying "facts need to be stated."
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Worldwide: China's Initial Draft Regulations On The Management Of Online Data Security: Important Takeaways - Alston & Bird

On November 14, 2021, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) released draft Regulations on the Management of Online Data Security (the "Regulations")
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European Union: New EDPB Guidelines Clarify The Scope Of "International Data Transfers" But Some Questions Remain - Arnold & Porter

On November 19, 2021, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) published guidelines on the interplay between the application of Article 3 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)...
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Canada: Ontario Government Passes Working For Workers' Act, 2021 And Issues New Amendments - Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

On November 30, 2021, the Ontario government passed Bill 27, Working for Workers' Act, 2021. Currently, the Bill is still awaiting Royal Assent, which is expected shortly.
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United States: US Federal Court Preliminarily Enjoins Vaccine Mandate For Federal Contractors In KY, OH And TN - Mayer Brown

In the aftermath of Executive Order (E.O.) 14042, federal courts across the United States are confronting challenges to the legality of the executive vaccine mandate on federal contractors.
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Customer gifts Dunkin' employee the surprise of a lifetime

After learning that her favorite Dunkin' employee had been evicted, an Ohio woman worked with several organizations to find a new home and furniture for the woman and her children, just in time for the holidays.
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Canada: An Electricity System In Transition: The Electricity Statutes Amendment Act, 2021 - Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

On November 17, 2021, the Honourable Dale Nally, Associate Minister of Natural Gas and Electricity, introduced Bill 86, the Electricity Statutes Amendment Act, 2021 (ESAA), to the Alberta Legislature.
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China: China's New Personal Information Protection Law - Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP

China's new privacy law imposes heightened safeguards for the protection of personal information of its residents and may have extra-territorial application to organizations outside the country.
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United States: More Than Half Of Employers To Require COVID Vaccines As Omicron Fears Grow - Cozen O'Connor

John Ho spoke with CNBC about employers handling the COVID-19 vaccine mandate at work.
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United States: CMS Mandate Blocked Nationwide - Duane Morris LLP

A federal judge in New Orleans blocked the Interim Final Rule with Comment requiring the vaccination of all staff of health care facilities subject to the health and safety standards under the ...
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United States: TCPA Ruling: Health Insurance "Update" Fax Is Not A TCPA Advertisement - Duane Morris LLP

A federal court ruled that a fax sent by a pharmacy benefit manager ("PBM") to healthcare providers notifying recipients of changes to insured parties' coverage for prescriptions...
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Korea Box Office: New Restrictions Loom, ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Fails to Scare

“Ghostbusters: Afterlife” crept into the background at the South Korean box office over the weekend, as the top three films remained unchanged. Nationwide aggregate revenue was a lowly $5.06 million as audiences avoided cinemas ahead of new health restrictions. Cinemas, along with bars, restaurants, gyms and museums, are among the high-risk places affected by a […]
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Jared Leto goes full vampire in vicious new Morbius preview

Michael Morbius loses control of his vampirism in a new extended preview scene from Sony Pictures' adaptation of Marvel's living vampire, Morbius.
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Ray Dalio: Comments on China's human rights misunderstood

Last month, JP Morgan's Jamie Dimon apologised for comments he made about the Chinese Communist Party.
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Dalio: Comments on China's human rights misunderstood

Last month, JP Morgan's Jamie Dimon apologised for comments he made about the Chinese Communist Party.
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