Exclusive: Suspected Chinese hackers tampered with widely used Canadian chat program -researchers

Exclusive: Suspected Chinese hackers tampered with widely used Canadian chat program -researchers

WASHINGTON, Sept 30 (Reuters) – Suspected Chinese hackers tampered with widely used software distributed by a small Canadian customer service company, another example of a “supply chain compromise” made infamous by the hack on U.S. networking company SolarWinds. U.S. cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike will say in an upcoming blog post seen by Reuters that it had … Read more

Liberal Justice Jackson joins a rightward-moving U.S. Supreme Court

Liberal Justice Jackson joins a rightward-moving U.S. Supreme Court

Major race cases loom for first Black woman U.S. justice Biden attends Jackson’s ceremonial swearing-in at court Sept 30 (Reuters) – President Joe Biden’s liberal appointee Ketanji Brown Jackson, set to hear arguments for the first time on Monday as a U.S. Supreme Court justice, joins the nation’s top judicial body at a consequential time … Read more

Iran protests over young woman’s death continue, 83 said killed

Iran protests over young woman’s death continue, 83 said killed

DUBAI, Sept 29 (Reuters) – Protests continued in several cities across Iran on Thursday against the death of young woman in police custody, state and social media reported, as a human rights group said at least 83 people had been killed in nearly two weeks of demonstrations. Mahsa Amini, 22, from the Iranian Kurdish town … Read more

Iran protests Western stance on mass protests over woman’s death

Iran protests Western stance on mass protests over woman’s death

British ambassador summoned over coverage by London-based media Norwegian envoy called in over ‘interventionist’ speaker Teachers’ union calls for strikes Monday and Wednesday Iranian TV says 41 people killed in more than a week of unrest DUBAI, Sept 25 (Reuters) – Iran summoned the British and Norwegian ambassadors over what it called interference and hostile … Read more

U.S. tells Lula it plans to quickly recognize Brazil election winner, sources say

U.S. tells Lula it plans to quickly recognize Brazil election winner, sources say

A man runs past banners with photos of presidential candidates, Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro, Ciro Gomes and former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil September 1, 2022. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares/File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BRASILIA/RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept 23 (Reuters) – U.S. diplomats have assured … Read more

France sets minimum delivery fee for online book sales in bid to help independent stores compete

France sets minimum delivery fee for online book sales in bid to help independent stores compete

Books are displayed on a table at a bookstore in Paris, on Oct. 21, 2021.SARAH MEYSSONNIER/Reuters France plans to impose a minimum delivery fee of €3 ($2.93) for online book orders of less than €35 to level the playing field for independent bookstores struggling to compete against e-commerce giants, the government said on Friday. A … Read more

France sets minimum delivery fee for online book orders

France sets minimum delivery fee for online book orders

Books are displayed on a table at “La Librairie du Canal” bookstore in Paris as French lawmakers voted a draft bill aiming at stopping Amazon from offering free delivery for books and at protecting traditional bookshops from competition, France, October 21, 2021. REUTERS/Sarah Meyssonnier Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register PARIS, Sept … Read more