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GDPR requires companies to demonstrate a lawful goal for any collection and sharing of personal information. Under the GDPR , however, the focus is on the individual, requiring (among other things) individual consent to the use of "personal data" - a definition that is broader than just personally identifiable information, covering data such as email addresses and even IP addresses for personal mobile devices.
  • Jacinda Ardern talks Hillary Clinton at weekly press conference

    Jacinda Ardern talks Hillary Clinton at weekly press conference

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    Aside from her comment about moving overseas, Clinton took a number of shots at Trump - without mentioning him by name - describing the campaign as a "reality TV" election and saying she wished she had taken him to task after he "stalked" her at the 2016 debates, according to the New Zealand Herald .
  • Michelle Obama on Trump's Election: How Did We Let That Happen?

    Michelle Obama on Trump's Election: How Did We Let That Happen?

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    The two women, who discussed feminism at the Women Summit on Saturday in Los Angeles, blasted what many consider to be traditional values - specifically young girls growing up and dreaming about their wedding days and having families. "She would include you in big grown up conversations", Obama told the crowd at the Shrine auditorium. Talk to me.' It's like, 'All of you are dumb.
  • United States joint military exercises kick off in Luzon

    United States joint military exercises kick off in Luzon

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    Almost 3,000 USA troops and 5,000 Philippine soldiers are participating in the drills, which will last for 10 days and will focus on improving joint humanitarian and counter-terrorism efforts in crisis situations, according to military officials .
  • Govt announces $100m to tackle homelessness

    Govt announces $100m to tackle homelessness

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    Twyford said Housing First aimed to end homelessness, not just manage it. Housing and poverty are the two most pressing concerns for New Zealanders, a recent Ipsos poll found, reports the New Zealand Herald . The rest, he said, are students and the working poor, who "just can not find affordable rental housing and they have just fallen afoul of a complete meltdown of the housing market".
  • Anger Over How Black Students Were Treated at Graduation

    Anger Over How Black Students Were Treated at Graduation

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    The University of Florida has issued an apology, stating on Twitter, "We were inappropriately aggressive in rushing students across the stage". Another student, Nafeesah Attah, explained the dances were symbolic gestures and tributes to their fraternities and sororities.
  • Mostly sunny, high near 88 Monday in Oklahoma City

    Mostly sunny, high near 88 Monday in Oklahoma City

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    East northeast wind 5 to 10 miles per hour becoming southeast 11 to 16 miles per hour in the afternoon. Saturday Night: Partly cloudy - low around 65. Thursday Night: 30 percent chance of showers/thunderstorms, mainly before 1 am, mostly cloudy - low around 64. Tuesday: Sunny - high near 77 with SE wind 3 to 8 miles per hour.
  • SC directs transfer of Kathua gang rape and murder case to Pathankot

    SC directs transfer of Kathua gang rape and murder case to Pathankot

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    The hearing saw the court accepting a suggestion by the J&K government, represented by senior advocate Gopal Subramanium , that it would be better to transfer the trial outside Kathua district rather than out of J&K itself. The grieving father, belonging to a minority nomadic community which earns its livelihood by raising cattle, said he has full faith in the government.
  • Another attack on minor in Sitapur by stray dogs, Yogi alerts officials

    Another attack on minor in Sitapur by stray dogs, Yogi alerts officials

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    Many homes in the area lack indoor plumbing. India has millions of strays that wander the streets in even the most exclusive neighbourhoods. While pet snacks are all common, a string of deaths in one region is rare. The recent deaths included three children killed by a pack of strays on May 1, Kulkarni said. Singh said police station in-charges, as well as other officers of Sitapur , have been asked to sensitise villagers about dog attacks and also appeal to them to not allow their ...
  • Rosie O'Donnell Tagged For Over-Donating To Political Candidates

    Rosie O'Donnell Tagged For Over-Donating To Political Candidates

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    Residence chair at IL. However, it's possible to donate more than $2,700 per candidate if the donations are given separately for the primaries, runoffs, and general elections. A Post review of O'Donnell's contributions found that she gave a combined $5,700 over the FEC limits across five candidates. Bernard Kerik (right) tweeted , "Will @Rosie be held to the same standard as @DineshDSouza for illegally exceeded campaign contribution limits?" Contributions over the limit can be refunded ...
  • Casualties reported after air strike hits presidential palace in Yemen

    Casualties reported after air strike hits presidential palace in Yemen

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    The missiles on Sunday were directed towards the city of Najran and launched by the militia deliberately to target civilian and populated areas, spokesman for the Arab Coalition Forces Colonel Turki al-Maliki said. Images on social media show bloodied faces of the wounded and columns of smoke rising over Sanaa. Witnesses said the office, used by the Houthi rebel administration, is normally bustling with employees.
  • Trump Tweets Against Blankenship in West Virginia

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    On Monday, Trump tweeted in favor of Blankenship's Republican foes: "Remember Alabama". Trump invoked December's special Senate election in Alabama, where Republican candidate Roy Moore lost to Democrat Doug Jones . But he's having success running a Trumpian campaign in which he attacks "China persons", and party-leader " Cocaine Mitch " McConnell. Her father founded an worldwide shipping company, which was the subject of attack from Blankenship due to his Chinese heritage.
  • Vladimir Putin sworn in for another 6 years

    Vladimir Putin sworn in for another 6 years

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    Battling health and drinking problems, frail Yeltsin in August 1999 named Putin prime minister and his popularity shot up as he oversaw the launch of a second war to crush rebels in the Chechnya region. "Now his [Putin's] task isn't to bring any new lands to Russian Federation but to force the world to consider Russia's interests and accept its previous conquests", Oreshkin added.
  • K'taka BJP MLA Vijayakumar passes away

    K'taka BJP MLA Vijayakumar passes away

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    My deepest condolences to his family & followers in this hour of grief. We pray for his Sadgati. Vijayakumar, a long time BJP member, was a bachelor. He had joined BJP in 1990 and had been elected as an MLA twice. "We will work to strengthen his ideals", BJP chief ministerial candidate BS Yeddyurappa tweeted.
  • Air Force reservist fatally stabbed in Missouri road-rage incident

    Air Force reservist fatally stabbed in Missouri road-rage incident

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    Hazy accounts of two men arguing and the vague description of a vehicle speeding north down a Missouri highway are the best leads investigators have as they hunt a mysterious man believed to have stabbed a young Air National Guard member to death Saturday in an apparent road rage murder.
  • Forecasts call for Tuesday crest on flooded Mississippi River at Dubuque

    Forecasts call for Tuesday crest on flooded Mississippi River at Dubuque

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    Forecasters say snowmelt and heavy rains are expected to send the Mississippi River above flood stage along most of Iowa. Flood stage is 14.0 feet. The flooded Mississippi River could crest Tuesday at Dubuque, according to the National Weather Service. The Kickapoo River in Steuben is at 13.7 feet, as of Sunday evening, and will stay in the moderate flood stage through Tuesday.
  • Miracle recovery: Boy revives after parents decide to donate his organs

    Miracle recovery: Boy revives after parents decide to donate his organs

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    Trenton told the television station he grabbed and threw his four-year-old niece out of harm's way, but in doing so was pinned by the trailer as it came down. "I was in an open field walking straight", he told WALA-TV. "There's no other explanation but God, there's no other way". She then chose to put McKinley's organs for donation and even signed the papers.
  • 'It's easier to die,' China's Liu Xia cries from house arrest

    'It's easier to die,' China's Liu Xia cries from house arrest

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    The Nobel committee awarded Liu the peace prize in 2010 for "his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China" - a move that infuriated Beijing, prompting the authorities to place Liu Xia under de facto house arrest, where she has remained ever since.
  • Korean Air Chief's Wife Booked for Alleged Assault

    Korean Air Chief's Wife Booked for Alleged Assault

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    Mr. Park was involved in the 2014 "nut rage" episode, if Cho Hyun-ah, who moves with the identify Heather, lost her temper along the way she was served nuts in first class to the Korean airplane and demanded that it return into its gate in a NY airport.
  • Florida deputy airlifted to hospital after shooting in Highlands County

    Florida deputy airlifted to hospital after shooting in Highlands County

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    Deputy Gentry went to 234 Baltimore Way, where 69-year-old Joseph Edward Ables lives, while a training officer remained with the neighbor who initially called law enforcement. Florida Gov. Rick Scott explained he made available all state resources after receiving news in regards to the deputy capturing. Gentry, 40, has worked for the Highlands County Sheriff's Office for more than nine years.
  • Tutankhamun's Burial Chamber: Hidden Room Mystery Solved

    Tutankhamun's Burial Chamber: Hidden Room Mystery Solved

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    The remains of Tutankhamun, who died at the age of 19, were found in 1922 . Francesco Porcelli of the Polytechnic University of Turin, an Italian city that boasts the world's second-largest collection of Egyptian artifacts after Cairo , presented the findings at the Fourth Tutankhamun International Conference in Egypt this weekend.
  • Air France -13% with survival at stake

    Air France -13% with survival at stake

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    He warned that the state, which owns 14.3 percent of the group, would not serve as a backstop. Employees have been staging walkouts since February and voted against a salary offer from the company. Air France-KLM is in danger of "disappearing" amid a series of continuing strikes, said France's economy minister on Monday. Le Maire said French taxpayers won't bail the company out.
  • Top 5 best moments from Sonam Kapoor's fun-filled mehendi ceremony

    Top 5 best moments from Sonam Kapoor's fun-filled mehendi ceremony

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    Continuing with it, she added, "You will be married tomorrow & I just want to say that in the last 18years that I've known you, you have been the most compassionate woman I've known". Among the first ones to arrive at the venue were cousins Janhvi Kapoor, Khushi Kapoor and Shanaya Kapoor, who were dressed in ethnic wear. Also in attendance were cousins Arjun Kapoor, Anshula Kapoor and Mohit Marwah.
  • LPGA Texas Classic cut to 54 holes; rain halts play again

    LPGA Texas Classic cut to 54 holes; rain halts play again

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    Dottie Ardina of the Philippines wound up with a first-round 73. However, her score was adjusted after play with a one-stroke penalty. On the 4th hole, Larson had consulted with an on-course rules official when her ball moved. Denmark's Nicole Broch Larsen was the outright leader at seven-under after 14 holes in her second and final round when play was suspended due to darkness.
  • SC: Ex UP Chief Ministers can't stay in official bungalows

    SC: Ex UP Chief Ministers can't stay in official bungalows

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    The apex court had sought the UP government's response in November 2016, after the plea claimed that state government has sought to skirt the Supreme Court's verdict of August 1, 2016 by amending the law. Amicus curiae and senior advocate Gopal Subramanium had submitted that it was a violation of Article 14 (fundamental right to equality) of the Constitution to allow former Chief Ministers to retain their official bungalows indefinitely.
  • Two Congress RS members move SC against rejection of CJI impeachment notice

    Two Congress RS members move SC against rejection of CJI impeachment notice

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    The petition was filed after Rajya Sabha chairman, Venkaiah Naidu rejected the removal motion against Justice Misra which was signed by over 50 MPs. A person can not be a judge in his own cause. The decision is "illegal and arbitrary", said the Congress. "I am just asking for urgent listing and not seeking any interim relief".
  • Salman Khan leaves Jodhpur court; called back on 17 July

    Salman Khan leaves Jodhpur court; called back on 17 July

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    He was asked not to leave the country without court's permission. As he is known around the world as an actor and a star, Salman's sentencing was reported by the global media as well, while many Bollywood celebrities openly supported him.
  • Republican congressman threatens to hold Republican Attorney General in contempt

    Republican congressman threatens to hold Republican Attorney General in contempt

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    Three days ago, the Justice Department responded to a subpoena from Nunes' committee for classified information and denied him the documents . Currently, Nunes' committee is investigating allegations that the Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation violated the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act during Trump's presidential campaign, reported Fox News .
  • Colorado woman fined after urine sample damages 7-Eleven microwave, police say

    Colorado woman fined after urine sample damages 7-Eleven microwave, police say

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    Police later found Sanchez about a half-mile away, at a health clinic where she was waiting to undergo a physical exam and urinalysis for a potential job, according to the report. Sanchez then "worn out the microwave onto the ground" with napkins and left, Pueblo's KOAA-TV reported , additionally citing the police report. The officer explained he issued Sanchez that a summons for broken property after informing her that the microwave is now worth $500, KUSA-TV documented.
  • N. Korea Warns of US Continued Sanctions, Pressure

    N. Korea Warns of US Continued Sanctions, Pressure

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    Pyongyang rejected Trump's claims that crippling sanctions forced the regime to the negotiating table and said the U.S. should not "deliberately provoke" them by deploying strategic assets in South Korea and bringing up human rights issues, KCNA, the North's official news agency said Sunday, Reuters reported.
  • Yogi rushes, 48 hours after storm

    Yogi rushes, 48 hours after storm

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    Yogi faced criticisms as he continued to campaign in poll-bound Karnataka at a time when his state was hit badly by the dust-storm. Agra district was worst hit by the dust storm , accounting for 43 deaths. Earlier in the day, addressing rallies in Vijayapura, Bagalkot and Haliyal, Yogi Adityanath lashed out at his Karnataka counterpart accusing him of supporting Jihadis and evil forces to kill Hindu activists and create unrest in the state.
  • Haryana schools shut today; rains lash Chandigarh

    Haryana schools shut today; rains lash Chandigarh

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    India is facing disastrous dust storms and thunderstorms witnessing loss and lives and property in states like UP, Rajasthan, Telangana, Uttarakhand and Punjab. Heavy rains with thunderstorm and hail storm have been predicted in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi on Tuesday.
  • Royals hold off Tigers behind three RBIs from Moustakas

    Royals hold off Tigers behind three RBIs from Moustakas

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    Soler extended his hitting streak to nine games and has reached base in a career-high 18 consecutive contests. Cabrera is hitting.323 with a.516 slugging percentage and a team-leading 21 RBIs in 26 games. In his career, he has gone 38-36 with a 3.81 ERA in 110 starts on the road and 13-16 with a 4.33 ERA in 42 starts during the month of May, plus he is 28-22 with a3.82 ERA in 73 games (72 starts) in the daytime, while against the Royals he has gone 3-0 with a 1.67 ERA in six games (five ...
  • Ekiti governorship aspirants call for fresh APC primary

    Ekiti governorship aspirants call for fresh APC primary

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    They alleged that Abejide was also writing the serial numbers of their ballot papers to authenticate who they actually voted for. In a statement in Ado Ekiti on Wednesday, May 2, Coker said: "In the last few days rumour had been making the rounds as to my purported disqualification from participating in the forthcoming governorship primary of our party, in Ekiti state on Saturday the 5th May, 2018 without any reason".
  • Harvick Handles Monster Mile, Wins Fourth Cup Race Of 2018

    Harvick Handles Monster Mile, Wins Fourth Cup Race Of 2018

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    Rain would delay the race on lap 317 for a while, but racing would quickly resume with Harvick overtaking Clint Bowyer for the final time of the day and cruising to the victory. Joey Logano , who won at Talladega on April 29, was in third for much of the third stage, but had a problem with his right front tire out of the rain delay and fell back to 16th before finishing 13th.
  • Waffle House Victim Honored At College Graduation

    Waffle House Victim Honored At College Graduation

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    Shirl Baker walked across the stage at the graduation ceremony Saturday to honor her daughter. The 21-year-old woman had completed all of the requirements for a degree in social work from Belmont University. He was there to not only celebrate his fallen sister's life and accomplishments, but DiAngelo graduated from Belmont as well. But on April 22, her life was cut short when a gunman entered the Waffle House where she was eating with friends.
  • RSS men arrested for attacking media personnel in Malappuram

    RSS men arrested for attacking media personnel in Malappuram

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    He said that the government has taken the case seriously and that police have been ordered to take strict action against the accused. Fuad and Shahabas, a reporter with the same daily, took pictures of RSS members manhandling a biker, during a protest march on Thursday.
  • Utah County women gather to build homes for charity

    Utah County women gather to build homes for charity

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    Mayor Orr and U.W. President Nichols encouraged the women builders to celebrate their potential. "Maybe it's the energy they bring". Oklahoma women are spending their weekend showing off the Oklahoma standard by building a home as a part of the Habitat for Humanity's "Women Build" week.
  • Teen Mom's Jenelle Evans allegedly 'pulled a gun' during road rage incident

    Teen Mom's Jenelle Evans allegedly 'pulled a gun' during road rage incident

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    The man also alleged, "She was driving blocking traffic, he tried to pass her on the inside like everyone else and she flipped out". According to Evans, a man was tailgating her before speeding around. But the other driver paints a different picture. "I'm not going to lie about that", the star said on Vince Russo's podcast "The Brand". I did. So CPS [Child Protective Services] were like - I was in the hospital - they said, 'Did you smoke when you were pregnant?' I said, 'I did within the ...