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  1. FILE PHOTO: Small toy figures are seen in front of Google logo in this illustration picture

    Google wins legal battle with German publishers over fee demands

    Google won a victory on Thursday after Europe's top court said Germany has to notify the European Commission of a rule allowing publishers to ...
  2. FILE PHOTO:  Tourists enjoy a swimming pool at a hotel in central Bangkok

    Bangkok tops Paris, London as world's most-visited city: Survey

    Singapore and Kuala Lumpur ranked fourth and fifth, according to annual rankings by MasterCard Inc.
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    Mediacorp launches one-stop Chinese digital portal

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    Caesars Entertainment, ESPN tie-up for sports betting content

  5. A collection of Bitcoin (virtual currency) tokens are displayed in this picture illustration

    Bitcoin jumps as much as 6 percent to new six-month high

    Bitcoin jumped to a new six-month high on Friday in a move that traders said was the result of technical forces, with no immediate news catalysts ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Patrick Reed places the green jacket on Tiger Woods of the U.S. after Woods won the 201

    Masters champion Woods to skip Wells Fargo Championship

    Next month's PGA Championship is likely to be the next tournament appearance for Tiger Woods, following the news the Masters champion will not ...
  7. A guard opens a door at the office of Rappler in Pasig

    Philippine news site asks top court to scrap Duterte's ban on its reporters

    A news website bitterly opposed by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday petitioned the Supreme Court to overturn a ban on coverage of ...
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    Facebook's news page to help publishers make money: Zuckerberg

    Facebook Inc plans to create a separate news page on its platform where publishers will be able to make money, Chief Executive Officer Mark ...
  9. A demonstrator takes part in a protest in front of the European Parliament as MEPs debate on modifi

    EU lawmakers back copyright reforms targeting Google, Facebook

    EU lawmakers have endorsed an overhaul of the bloc's two-decade old copyright rules, which will force Google and Facebook Inc to pay publishers ...