The Home Affairs department wants to tidy up the appearance of staff with a ban on sleeveless clothing, a move that’s left the public sector union shaking its head.
The lawyer for Ben Roberts-Smith has told a court that media outlets potentially engaged in “unlawful conduct” by publishing material they allege the war hero hid on a USB.
Arab youth are lighting fireworks in Damascus Gate, calling out “Allahu akhbar,” while Jewish youth from the Lehava organization yelled out “Death to Arabs.”
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78 mins: Leicester break from a West Brom long throw, but Vardy’s square ball is behind Iheanacho.
76 mins: This has been a puzzling performance from West Brom. There has just been a complete lack of intensity about them. They look sporadically decent in possession, but there is no pace to their play, and they’re barely even trying to threaten the Leicester goal.
Tweets linking to source code were fair use, say digital-rights warriors
The Electronic Frontier Foundation on Wednesday sued Proctorio, a maker of academic surveillance software, to obtain judgement that a Miami University student’s tweets linking to portions of Proctorio source code on Pastebin do not violate copyright law.…
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Former prime minister sent string of emails to Bank officials and argued firm should be a priority for Treasury funding
David Cameron repeatedly pushed the Bank of England and the Treasury to risk up to £20bn in taxpayer cash to help Greensill Capital, just as the lender started to face “significant” financial pressure at the start of the pandemic.
The UK’s central bank was urged to provide support to Greensill, including by setting up a fund that would buy loans made by the financial services company and its competitors, in a string of emails to senior officials.
With a family tree dating back to 11th-century Spain, Sassoon family history continuously combines global businesses with a solid Jewish identity.
GOP state Sen. Kelly Townsend said she supports the bill but wants to see the results of a GOP-backed audit of Maricopa County first.