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Thursday May 24, 2018


Brexit: UK to demand EU pays back 1bn in Galileo costs
The UK steps up its war of words with the EU over being shut out of new satellite navigation system.

Uber to open Paris lab for flying taxis
Ride-hailing firm wants to create a sky-based taxi service and is investing in France to make it happen.

Car dealer tactics stall electric car sales
"Dismissive" dealers are a major barrier to boosting sales of electric cars says a new study.

GDPR quiz: How will data privacy law affect you?
Test your knowledge of how the EU's data protection law could affect you.

Google 'stole my videos', says film-maker Philip Bloom
Film-maker claims his footage has been misused, after an internal Google video leaks online.


Wednesday May 23, 2018


Uber ends Arizona driverless car programme
Uber pulls out of the state two months after a fatal accident involving one of its autonomous cars.

Trump barred from blocking Twitter users by judge
A judge rules that blocking access to the president's tweets violates free speech.

Tesla Autopilot: Name deceptive, claim groups
Two consumer rights group claim the marketing for the driving assistant technology is deceptive and misleading.

Brexit: Technology-based customs system 'could cost 20bn'
The technology-based system could cost more than the UK contributes as an EU member, MPs are told.

Steam store school-shooting game 'appalling'
An anti-gun violence charity calls for a school-shooting video game to be dropped from Steam.

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