Ruling in EU Apple tax case due next Wednesday – Finance- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

The European Union’s second highest court will next week rule in an appeal by Apple and Ireland against an EU ruling for the US company to pay 13 billion euros (A$23 billion) in back taxes, the Irish government said on Wednesday.
The European Commission ordered Apple in 2016 to pay the taxes it said were owed to Ireland. But Apple and Ireland, whose economy benefits from hosting a number of multinational firms, began an appeal against the decision in September.
“The State has been formally notified that the General Court of the European Union (GCEU) will deliver its judgment in the Apple State Aid case on 15th July,” the Department of Finance said in a statement.
Deputy Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said the judgment was likely to be appealed by one of the parties.
“I think that no matter what the judgment is, this case will almost certainly be appealed by one party or another to the European Court of Justice,” Varadkar told journalists.
With the legal challenge expected to run for years, Ireland’s debt agency has invested the disputed taxes in low-risk, highly rated euro-dominated bonds, mainly short- to medium-term sovereign securities.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook said Apple’s commitment to Ireland, which became its first European operation in 1980, was “unshakable”.

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The case of Myka Stauffer ‘rehoming’ her autistic adoptive son shows you shouldn’t believe what you see on social media- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Never trust people who give a picture-perfect view of family life and caring for their children on social media. For every carefully edited scene with saccharine music dubbed over it, there will be ten scenes they couldn’t use because the baby or parent was screaming or running around naked with poo smeared on their bum.
Myka and James Stauffer are YouTubers with four young children. Myka Stauffer is a vlogger with a successful YouTube channel with hundreds and thousands or subscribers watching her artfully wash and dress her baby and reveal ways you can make your home, children and life as perfect as hers. Being an influencer is a career, and this “stay at home mom” was good at it. She didn’t film her life for the family archives; she did it for an audience of strangers which made her money.
The bigger your following on social media, the more free stuff you are sent and the more lucrative sponsorship deals you can get. Stauffer got both. The couple decided to up their game. Over 5m people watched the video of them adopting a toddler from China called Huxley. She recorded this intensely private event and set it to music. The couple used crowdfunding to pay for the adoption process and showed everyone what they had paid for.

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The film was centred around Myka herself, hot-ironing her hair before the handover, fixing her make-up and making sure there were close-ups of her cuddling her new son, supposedly enrapt in motherly love.
Three years later, they gave the child away. They “rehomed” him.

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I’m glad. The Stauffers finally did the best for the child they should never have been allowed near.
I don’t trust anyone who commodifies their children. Don’t get me wrong – my son and I took part in an ITV game show and he got a chunk of money which was put towards his future. There are mum vloggers like Stacey Solomon who I find utterly adorable. She’s frank about the hardships of family life and the pressure she feels sometimes. But to set out from scratch and think, “Wait a minute, there might be a few quid in these kids”, is becoming normal and the “rehoming” of little Huxley is the ghastly proof no one wanted that this culture of making money by presenting a radiant view of parenthood needs to end.
Yes, Huxley had medical issues which were undoubtably hard to handle, and he is autistic. But when you’re a parent, choice goes out of the window and you get what you are given, biological or not. James Stauffer permitted himself to say out loud, “With international adoption there are unknown and things that are not transparent on files. When Huxley came there were a lot of more special needs that we weren’t aware of and weren’t told.” Well, thank goodness he kept the receipt.
Every parent knows that sometimes, parenthood is suffering. Your child is entirely your responsibility and though its life is more important to you than your own, sometimes, it is really flipping hard.

I’d say any small child is in danger of being hurt physically or emotionally when it’s being cared for by people who do not have unconditional love for it.
Elsie Scully-Hicks was 18 months old when she was murdered by her father, Matthew Scully-Hicks. He and his husband had adopted the girl just a few months before and despite several “accidents” where there were bruises and broken bones. Social services were not suspicious of this, by all accounts, articulate and warm-mannered man whose care she was in. He sent texts to his husband calling the smiley, bright-eyes toddler “Satan in a baby-grow” and “The Exorcist”. He eventually shook the child to death. Of course biological parents hurt and kill their children too. Every parent who loses their self-control when caring for a baby should be able to say, “I’m not coping, I can’t love this child. Help this child by taking it away from me.” Which is what I believe the Stauffers did. I’m not excusing it, it’s just that it’s better than the potential alternative.

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The Stauffers would not have got rid of a child they had put up for display so publicly if they were not absolutely sure the child was better off without them.
Despite the trauma his disappearance from their life will cause the child and perhaps their other children, they did absolutely the right thing. I’m not a psychiatrist but I use the world “trauma” confidently here because as a mum I see every day the trust a child has in its parents and I can’t think of a greater horror than betraying that trust. They should never have adopted a child. They should never have created an online world portraying themselves as the perfect parents. They ended up believing it, and little Huxley was the one to suffer.

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Google faces antitrust case in India over payments app – Benchmarking Change- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

India’s antitrust body is looking into allegations that Alphabet Inc’s Google is abusing its market position to unfairly promote its mobile payments app in the country, five sources familiar with the case told Reuters.
The complaint was filed in February and the Competition Commission of India (CCI) has kept the identity of the complainant confidential, the first source with direct knowledge of the case said.
The complaint alleges the U.S. tech giant more prominently showcases its Google Pay app inside its Android app store in India, giving it an unfair advantage over apps of competitors which hurts consumers, the source added.
Google did not respond to a request for comment. Two of the sources said the watchdog informed Google about the case being filed a few days ago and the company will respond in due course.
A source said the case filing is currently being reviewed by senior CCI members. Typically in such cases, Google will appear before the watchdog which will then decide on the way forward.
The CCI can direct its investigations unit to conduct a wider probe into the allegations, or dismiss the case if it finds no merit in it.
“It is at a consideration stage,” the source said.
The CCI did not respond to a request for comment.
This is Google’s third major antitrust challenge in India. In 2018, the CCI fined Google $21 million for “search bias”, but a company appeal against that is pending. The CCI last year also started probing Google for allegedly misusing its dominant position to reduce the ability of smartphone manufacturers to opt for alternate versions of its Android mobile operating system.
Google Pay allows users in India to do inter-bank fund transfers and bill payments. It competes with apps such as Softbank-backed Paytm and Walmart’s PhonePe in India’s crowded digital payments market, where Facebook’s WhatsApp is also planning a similar service.
Google said on its blog in September that its payments app had rapidly grown in India to reach 67 million monthly active users, driving transactions worth more than $110 billion on an annualised basis. Use of such apps has surged in India.
The Google antitrust complaint alleges the company is able to leverage its strong position in the Android market to promote the app, the first source added.
Android mobile operating platforms power around 98% of the 490 million smartphones in India, data from Counterpoint Research showed.
The complaint also alleges Google is promoting its payments app using search manipulation, the source added, without elaborating whether the allegations detail how the company did so.
One of the sources, however, said users in India have options to select one of the several digital payment apps available on Android, something that Google can use to defend against complaints over its dominant position.
Earlier this month, Reuters reported that the CCI was looking into allegations that WhatsApp was abusing its dominant position by offering payment services to its vast base of messaging app users in the country.

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McKinsey tapped for myGov upgrade business case – Strategy – Software- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

The federal government has tapped upmarket wonk shop McKinsey with developing the business case for the Facebook-like digital services platform that is ultimately expected to replace myGov. 
The Digital Transformation Agency handed the strategy consulting firm the $1 million deal last week for what is increasingly becoming a consultancy-led project of national significance.
It comes two months after big four consultancy Deloitte was picked to develop the prototype government digital experience platform (GovDXP) at the cost of just under $1 million.
The proposed platform is the government’s answer to online services for citizens, which according to Services Australia’s as-yet unreleased strategy, remain fragmented and difficult to use.
It is expected to give citizens a single, tailored view of their interactions with the government, though the DTA has said the platform will initially operate in parallel to myGov.
McKinsey is expected to complete the business case by mid-July, in time for consideration as part of the government’s delayed budget deliberations later this year. 
However, the DTA declined to comment on whether the business case forms part of the first or second stage of the ICT investment approval process.
“The DTA is continuing work to improve digital experiences for Australians, in accordance with Government requirements and relevant procurement processes,” a spokesperson said.
A beta solution is then expected to be designed and delivered in partnership with a system integrator.
User research and whole-of-government architecture requirements for the design of the prototype, which is expected to be delivered this month, have already been finalised by the DTA.
The agency has also stepped up its recruitment drive for a range of digital personnel to conduct discovery work on an unnamed “key digital product” in recent weeks.
myGov has faced a wave of skepticism in recent weeks after it crashed in the wake of coronavirus lockdown measures that forced thousands of Australians on to welfare in March.
While much of that was directed at the platform’s performance, government services minister Stuart Robert’s incorrect claim of a denial-of-service attack only added to the uncertainty.
Services Australia has since bolstered the portal several times, increasingly capacity from 55,000 concurrent users to 300,000 users in a bid to support those seeking welfare services.

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The new normal: The case for a permanent work from home provision for OSPs- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

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A recent circular by Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has relaxed restrictions for BPOs, KPOs and medical transcript service providers up to April 30, enabling lakhs of employees to Work from Home The relaxation is for a category that describes as Other Service Providers (OSPS which includes services likes BPO, billing service center, e-publishing center, financials service, KPOs  medical transcript, network operating center, telemedicine, and tele education.
As per DoT rules, OSPs are required to make a mandatory security deposit of Rs 1 crore per office location to enable Work from Home (WFH) for its employees. In its order, the government has temporarily waived this requirement.
The government has also exempted the requirement of going through an authorized PPVPN for providing WFH facility, which means employees can now connect to the client-server. Enterprise server through any secure VPN connection. These requirements were previously imposed to ensure there would be no misuse of customers data and if there was they could be easily traced    
Can you set the context to why the current regulations were fixed for OSPs and under what circumstances were they framed and enacted in the first place? In the early nineties, the government introduced registration for IT service providers like International call centres who serviced customers outside India. With the international calling rates being extremely high then, the Other Service Providers (OSP) centres were allowed to operate using their own international leased lines, which were operational 24×7. As an increased source of foreign revenue OSPs also gave boost to employment in cities like Gurugram, Bengaluru, Chennai and Mumbai. 
How has the situation changed, making the said regulations either archaic or irrelevant? Today India enjoys outsourcing of IT enabled services in sectors like banking, Insurance, medical research, publishing, tech support, analytics, legal services, finance, accounting and digital marketing. India is well suited for  service delivery centres for multinationals. The country also has numerous common outsourced operations which are either captive or third party, they being Contact Centres, Network Operations Centres, BPOs, KPOs, LPOs and IT helpdesk. In the last decade there has been a huge drop in international calling rates, this combined with available technology and manpower allows businesses to make cheap/free calls anywhere in the world. Technologies such as Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) and  Software Defined  (SD) WAN have made the expensive leased lines redundant and made the the overall cost of operations inexpensive. Also, the revenue loss is not a concern for the government anymore. The DOT regulations for such outsourced operations are cumbersome and it is                associated with heavy fines in case of non-compliance. 
As to what I understand the reason behind the current regulatory regime for OSPs, is that the Government wants to keep the path open for generating a trail in case a security breach happens. With dynamic IP addresses / cloud computing, it’s not possible. However with a fixed location / Static IP, it’s possible. Second point, is this also about having a zero-trust approach ?
The traceability of all the calls and internet communication is important from the internal security point of view as well. Government is more concerned about the security aspect than the toll bypass. OSP’s in the larger frame of the Internet industry are only 4.3 million agents that use internet communication for data and voice. It is not understood why the OSP agents / ITeS industry are viewed as a threat to security to the nation which has over 500 million Internet users. Security in OSP/(ITeS) and the rest of the internet community must not be differentiated when it comes to remote working. 
Remote working for OSP agents is strictly regulated with not a single WFH registration issued by DoT prior to COVID-19. Currently DoT has issued a relaxation for allowing OSP agents to work from home but with the condition the agents need to use VPN, which is a redundant technology. The relaxation also calls for INR 5,00,000 of fine per agent in case of violation. This move is  draconian for the OSP/ ITES industry.
I am assuming there is a valid reason behind the Government’s restrictions. There might also be a possibility where the policy makers understand that the current OSP-VPN work from home norm is redundant but they would need special legislation to change the said policy. Can the Govt change the regulations for OSPs, the ones you have mentioned ? The regulations have not been amended since the last 12 years. TRAI recently issued a consultation paper on “Review of Terms and Conditions for registration of Other Service Provider(OSP)” on the request of the industry. The recommendations were made to DoT in October 2019. These recommendations are made keeping the latest technologies in consideration as well as recommending ways to regulate the OSP centres but the initiative is not enough to accommodate many important aspects. Why do you think it’s a concern, because the OSP employees will resume working from office, once things settle down? It’s just a matter of a few days and as it is the Govt has relaxed the 1 cr deposit regulation? First let’s get the elephant out of the room and accept COVID is not going away soon.  The new norm  is  remote working or WFM which is here to stay for times to come.
TRAI  recommendation is to replace PPVPN network to a home broadband connection over a secure VPN over the internet to connect to the respective OSP centre. 
The recommendation to use VPN is not feasible because there are several and  simpler ways to connect remotely over a secure connection. Zero Trust Architecture and Cloud are some of the other secure ways of remote working. The ask for static IP address is also unnecessary. 
It is important that WFH must not be restricted to a single place of remote working, it must be flexible about the place from where you want to work remotely. 
While TRAI has shared these recommendations with DoT, who in the interim has given temporary relaxation to the OSPs allowing their teams  to work from home using a secure VPN over a home broadband internet. 
Having said this, there has to be a  quick, simple and permanent solution for WFH for all OSP agents to allow the future of remote working. This temporary relaxation from DoT is granted due to COVID-19 pandemic situation and will be revoked in due course of time.
When you talk to KPOs, BPOs and other OSPs, what is their viewpoint?OSPs need for the hour and the future is remote working or working from home to ensure business continuity.
Today most of the enterprises enjoy the luxury of their teams working remotely, keeping this in mind, OSPs should also be allowed to use the work from home privilege.
Allowing “work from home” will not only allow business continuity but also open up employment for stay at home individuals, be it women, elderly and those with special needs.

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As we get used to remote working norms, there’s still a case for working from the office- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

I’ve read a lot in the last few weeks that one of the many things COVID-19 will teach is that WFH is the best way to work. That workforces have for years been stiffed by being asked to travel into a set place of work. I have friends who run agencies who have evangelised the notion of remote team working (they recently took desk space in East London) and my wife works from home regularly as she works for a major telco that promotes remote and flexible working.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m a fan of remote, flexible, and WFH opportunities. We have a agency-wide WFH policy at Wilderness and have supported individuals to work remotely for extended periods during family and personal issues and to support their mental health.
I read a lot from founders, tech start-ups, business leaders in universal praise to remote working and can see that the freedom and flexibility to work around your own personal schedule and close to friends and family can be invigorating and is for some and should be for all an important element of modern work.
But I haven’t read a lot in the last few weeks about the case for working from an office and though we are only a week into our entire agency working remotely, and though having our whole team on Google Hangout has been fun and revealing, I’m still an advocate for working for an office, and so it seems are many of the team. Here’s a few reasons why.
In person beats over video
There’s nothing better than getting in a room and thrashing out an issue, or working through a creative execution. Having real people in the room to feed-off is hugely important and the ability to iterate an idea or spark off one another is lost over video, however well structured the video call is.
The technology has made it simple to replace the “tap on the shoulder” chat either through a Slack message or one-button video call but is it as valuable an experience for both people.
We’ve also found, in only a week, that there is a tendency to overcompensate for the lack of face-to-face connection by making every conversation a video call. Meaning what would have been a 5 minute chat in the office is a long-running video chat over Slack.
Overheard at Wilderness
We have a long-running Slack channel with funny quotes from the team; sometimes out of context they can be very confusing. These small moments in the office, often-overlooked, are an amazing repository of some of the funniest and most bizarre things that have happened over the year.
There are moments throughout a day when you can connect with someone in the office, you share a joke, have a laugh, tell a story, that you can’t recreate as easily over Slack.
Working remotely focuses you to plan connections which can be impactful and productive but they do lose the serendipity of bumping into someone in the office and a chance moment or connection being struck.
Those that lunch together…
One of the loveliest things that happens in our office and started very organically not longer after we moved in 10 months ago is that the team will often lunch together. We have a large kitchen area and two long trestle-style tables so there can often be found more than 20 of our team lunching and chatting together. When people talk about office culture they often talk about times where the business has enforced them to work or have fun together. But real culture just comes from the team and them wanting to have experiences together. It’s the same with our agency book club. Our London office is above the well-known Shoreditch bar The Book Club and so what better place for the team to have an actual book club in once a month.
We are trying to re-create that sense of community and togetherness by creating a daily video link for anyone who wants to jump on it at lunch time. It’s not the same but offers an opportunity for the team to keep in contact with one another through what is a really important activity in the culture of our office.
All that said we are in this for the long haul and are getting used to our new remote working norms. We are lucky to be a digital business that can easily operate and function remotely. The challenge is to maintain our people’s mental wellbeing, creativity, and elements of our company culture through this long-running remote working experiment.
Tom Jarvis, founder & CEO of Wilderness Agency

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ASX to run small onsite tech, ops staff after COVID-19 case – Finance – Training & Development- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

The Australian Securities Exchange will run a skeletal staff of technology, operations and surveillance personnel across its operations after a staff member at its headquarters tested positive for COVID-19.
The ASX said in a statement late on Sunday night that most staff – including those that run its data centres – are to work remotely.
The exchange said that “normal market operations” are expected, in large part because of the ASX’s resilient technology architecture and operating model.
An ASX spokesperson said that a staff member that tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday had only mild symptoms and did not require hospitalisation.
They had self-isolated, and ASX said 20 other employees that had been in close contact “are also self-isolating and working from home for a fortnight.”
“The employee was based at ASX’s Bridge Street office in Sydney and had no recent close contact with third parties, including ASX customers or partners,” the spokesperson said.
“A deep clean was conducted over the weekend at our Bridge Street premises. This is incremental to the additional hygiene measures that have been in place for some time.
“As a further precautionary measure to minimise the risk of the virus spreading, ASX has enacted the next phase of its business continuity plan (BCP). 
“We’ve asked our employees across our various sites – Bridge Street, the Australian Liquidity Centre (ALC), secondary data centre, and interstate and overseas offices – to work remotely until further notice.”
The exchange said that a core group of employees “will remain on ASX sites to manage ongoing market functions, mainly in technology, operations and surveillance areas.” 
It said employees already had the capacity to work remotely, “which is a normal and regular part of ASX’s BCP and testing activity.”
“Many already work flexibly and/or remotely from our various sites,” it said.
“ASX has operated its technology and operations from multiple sites since 2013 to ensure uninterrupted service and optimal resiliency in the event of a crisis. 
“This latest development will not disrupt ASX’s normal operations.”
The exchange previously said it was closely monitoring the pandemic in association with the government and health authorities.
“As the operator of critically important infrastructure, we are closely monitoring market orderliness and the responsiveness of our risk management processes to changing customer exposures during the heightened volatility,” it said last week.
“This includes making capital and liquidity return requests of our clearing members and intra-day margin calls, both of which are designed to ensure that participants can meet their obligations. We also continue to keep a close eye on company disclosures, which help ensure the market is appropriately informed.”

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Questions over Israel’s role in WhatsApp case against spyware firm | Technology – Blog – 10 minute

WhatsApp has said its lawsuit against the Israeli spyware maker NSO Group encountered an unusual delay because of a legal holdup involving the government, raising questions about whether Israel will play a role in the company’s case.
WhatsApp filed its lawsuit in October, alleging that NSO Group had hacked 1,400 of its users, including journalists, senior diplomats, government officials and human rights activists.
In a recent series of legal filings, NSO Group – which only recently hired a lawyer in the case – accused Facebook, which owns Whatsapp, of lying to court when it said it had served its lawsuit against the group under the protocols of a legal process known as the Hague Convention. The convention allows litigants to serve defendants with legal documents in foreign countries.
“Friday’s filing was necessary because Facebook lied to the court in its 27 February application for default, saying that service was complete under the treaty governing international service of judicial documents known as the Hague Convention,” NSO Group said in a statement.
WhatsApp said in a court filing that it had not been aware of correspondence from the Israeli legal authorities at the time of its earlier filing, and blamed an “administrative oversight”.
In its claim, NSO Group said that Israel had not formally completed the process. In response, WhatsApp filed documents, including emails, that pointed to what it called an unusual delay in Israel’s use of the Hague Convention.
In one exchange filed to the court in California, a lawyer representing WhatsApp wrote an exasperated email to an Israeli court official in which he said he had already submitted information in his Hague Convention application that the Israeli official claimed was missing.
“I am thoroughly confused, and must question whether we are discussing the same requests,” wrote Aaron Lukken, who is representing WhatsApp. He added that in seven years of submitting similar requests to other authorities, he had never been asked similar questions.
A court official responded by saying the requirements were standard practice.
It is unclear whether the legal spat represents a commonplace bureaucratic hurdle or whether, as WhatsApp suggested, the delay was unusual.
NSO Group has strenuously denied the allegations against it in press statements, and has vowed to fight the legal action. It has said that its hacking technology is used by governments and law enforcement officials to fight crime and terrorism.
A judge in the case recently ruled in favour of WhatsApp and allowed a default process to begin, after NSO Group failed to respond to the legal proceeding. That changed on Friday, when the group made its first appearance in the case. WhatsApp has agreed that the default ruling ought to be vacated, now that NSO Group has responded to its claim.
The companies are now wrangling over NSO Group’s demand for a delay in the proceedings and its claims that Facebook had used “underhanded tactics” to deceive the court into thinking it has successfully serviced its lawsuit against the group.
WhatsApp has, in turn, pointed to NSO Group’s public statements about the case, which have made it clear the company has been aware of the litigation since it was filed in October.
NSO Group declined to comment further. WhatsApp declined to comment.
Israel classifies NSO Group’s spyware products as weapons, which means the government ultimately controls and licences what the firm is able to sell abroad.
The government guards details of its weapons sales closely.
Rights groups have accused Israel of inadequately restricting sales to foreign governments. They argue there is a conflict of interest because the government could benefit from deregulation of the private sector to boost diplomatic ties with some state buyers.
Amnesty International and other rights groups took legal action last year against Israel’s defence ministry, demanding it revoke NSO Group’s export licence following accusations that activists were targeted.
A Tel Aviv court decided in January to hold the trial behind closed doors on national security grounds. Danna Ingleton, the deputy director of Amnesty Tech, condemned the decision at the time. She said there was a clear public interest for the case to be heard in an open court.
After that court decision, Ingleton raised questions over the “cosy complicity between governments and the shadowy surveillance industry”.
The Guardian understands a judgement has not yet been made.
In a separate case in Israel, the prominent Saudi activist, Omar Abdulaziz, has also sued NSO Group. Has argued in his lawsuit that Saudi spies used its Pegasus spyware to read his conversations with Jamal Khashoggi, the Washington Post columnist later murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
The judge in that case found in January that no grounds for dismissal and refused an NSO Group request that it be held in secret.
An NSO Group spokesperson said at the time that the company would appeal against the decision. “The latest judgement was part of an interim proceeding which did not address the merit of [Abdulaziz’s] allegations; we remain confident that, once considered, the court will reject them,” he said.
The Guardian contacted the Israeli government for comment on Tuesday, which is a public holiday in Israel.

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A worker at Apple’s European headquarters in Cork in Ireland has tested positive for coronavirus, one of 24 cases reported so far in the country where its oldest university, Trinity College, has also been forced to move all lectures online.
The virus has yet to spread as quickly in Ireland as other European countries, but the government has cancelled all St. Patrick’s Day parades due to take place across the country next week to limit the impact. The government has also set aside 3 billion euros to tackle the infection.
Apple, which is one of Ireland’s largest multinational employers, said the employee who tested positive is now in self-isolation and that they feel the risk to others is low while they coordinate closely with local health authorities.
Apple employs 6,000 workers in Ireland’s second largest city of Cork. The iPhone maker said in a statement that it had asked some workers to stay at home as a precaution and that it was continuing to regularly deep clean all its offices and stores.
In Dublin, Trinity College said lectures would be delivered online for the rest of the academic year to May 31, with tutorials, seminars and laboratory practicals continuing using social distancing protocol.
A floor in one of the 428-year old university’s buildings was closed as a precautionary measure last week after it was informed of a positive case within the city-centre campus.
In a further blow to Dublin’s tourism sector, Trinity said it would also close its Book of Kells exhibition. The ancient illuminated manuscript book created by Celtic monks in about 800 AD is one of Ireland’s top tourist attractions.
The closure is one of the first such coronavirus-related measures implemented in the country.

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The Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI), which also represents the cryptocurrency exchanges in India, amongst others had approached the Supreme Court in the year 2018, basis the circular released by the Reserve Bank of India on April 6, 2018, prohibiting regulated entities from “providing any service in relation to virtual currencies, including those of transfer or receipt of money in accounts relating to the purchase or sale of virtual currencies.”
Welcoming the decision of the bench which included Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman, Justice S Aniruddha Bose and Justice V Ramasubramanian that ruled in favour of IAMAI, the association has said that this development comes as a major relief for the cryptocurrency sector, as the exchanges can now work with regulated entities for facilitating banking transactions.
IAMAI was represented by Advocate Ashim Sood and Nishith Desai Associates, with the assistance of Advocate on Record Gohil and Singh in court.
IAMAI’s arguing counsel Shri Ashim Sood said “This is a positive moment for technology and innovation. The Supreme Court has made clear that the rule of law is not to be displaced based on fear and myth but that the usual rules governing decision making will apply no matter what.”
Nischal Shetty, Founder & CEO, WazirX and member of the blockchain and cryptocurrency committee (BACC) of IAMAI said “Today’s a historic day for the entire Indian crypto ecosystem. This positive judgement will open doors to massive crypto adoption in India. It proves that we can now innovate, and the entire country can participate in the Blockchain revolution. With over 1 Billion population, the Indian market is a sleeping giant. I’m confident that this judgement will have positive impact on the global crypto ecosystem. We’re specifically thankful to IAMAI and their entire team for the unwavered support and for standing with the crypto community of India. Their contribution has changed the course of crypto start- ups in India in a very positive direction.”
“Today, the Supreme Court of India set aside the RBI circular restricting banks from facilitating virtual currency transactions on the grounds that it was a disproportionate restriction of the petitioners’ fundamental rights. We, Nishith Desai Associates (NDA), were honoured to represent the petitioners IAMAI and B.V. Harish, co-founder at Unocoin and instructing arguing counsel Ashim Sood. We are analysing the full text of the judgement.” said Jaideep Reddy, Leader – Technology Law at Nishith Desai Associates & Nishith Desai, Founder – Nishith Desai Associates
The bench it its judgement said that “It is no doubt true that RBI has very wide powers not only in view of the statutory scheme, but also in view of the special place and role that it has in the economy of the country. These powers can be exercised both in the form of preventive as well as curative measures”. While the court recognized the power of RBI to take a pre-emptive action, it held that the proportionality of such a measure was not there in this case, since there wasn’t any damage suffered directly or indirectly, by RBI’s regulated entities as a result of VC trading. Therefore, among other reasons, the impugned Circular dated 06-04-2018 was set aside on the ground of proportionality.
“We are thankful and enthralled by the Supreme Court judgement, two years’ worth of effort fighting for our rights has paid off. Our main objective is to create a dialogue with the policy makers including RBI and develop a comprehensive framework for crypto assets in India paving the way for innovation. We as an industry body are looking forward to a more open dialogue with the Government of India (GOI)” said, Sohail Merchant, CEO, Pocketbits.in and an active member of the IAMAI’s BACC.
Naveen Surya, Chairman, Fintech Convergence Council of IAMAI, said “We welcome the Supreme Court verdict. Industry is looking forward to working closely with the regulators including The Reserve Bank of India to mitigate all possible risks related to Virtual Currencies and foster the growth of these game changing innovations. India is at the forefront of all Digital and an inspiration to the world, our balanced approach between risk and innovation can become a role model for the world. We hope to achieve the same with the guidance of the government as well as the regulators”
Harish B V, Cofounder, Unocoin, also a member of BACC, expressed his happiness and said “I am super excited as a founder and an individual petitioner as well for this Judgement after this long 2-year journey. This judgement opens the door for millions of Indians to Invest/ buy / sell crypto via bank accounts in a safe and responsible manner. Special thanks to Nishith Desai Associates, Jaideep Reddy (NDA) and Ashim Sood, our legal team”
IAMAI welcomes the Supreme Court’s landmark judgement on the allowing cryptocurrency exchanges to use banking facilities. IAMAI is also looking forward to working jointly with the Reserve Bank of India and Government of India on a constructive policy framework for cryptocurrencies in India, to support innovation along with suitable measures to keep the risk under control.

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