15 February 2018, 04:22 | Marlene Myers
German court rules Facebook settings violate data protection laws
Vzbv said it would also appeal some areas of the court's ruling, including its complaint that Facebook said it was a "free" app. Facebook's repeatedly found itself in the dock over privacy disputes in Germany, and Europe.
Spurs hit back to hold Juve
Tonight, with Spurs down by two goals inside the first ten minutes, there was fear that the final scoreline could be embarrassing.
Cardi B's Team Reportedly Telling People She's Pregnant
Following her performance, a venue staffer asked if they could escort her to a VIP room where the after-party was being held. TMZ reported that over Super Bowl weekend in Minneapolis, Cardi B performed at a Maxim magazine party.
Family of fatally shot man to meet with Canada cabinet members
SASKATOON-Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he is open to discussions about having more Indigenous representation on juries. Dionne also turned his ire on "social media haters", who he said have created an incendiary atmosphere with racist comments.