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WHO to Expand Digital COVID-19 ID System, Raising Concerns about Privacy and Personal Freedoms

This computerized framework serves as the "first building block" of the WHO Global Digital Health Certification Network (GDHCN).

WHO, EU, Launch Plan for ‘Global System’ of Vaccine Passports

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Union (EU) have announced their joint effort for the creation of a digital vaccine passport.

Explosive Revelations: Dr. David Martin Accuses CDC, NIH, and Pfizer of Bio-Warfare and Premeditated Orchestration of the COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 was an "act of biological warfare perpetrated on the human race" and a "financial heist"; nature and science were "hijacked."

Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner Slaps Meta Platforms with Record $1.3 Billion Fine, Orders Data Transfer Halt

The Silicon Valley tech giant has been given a five-month deadline to halt all user data transfers to the United States.

U.S., European Union Unite to Confront China’s Non-Market Practices in Joint Response Plan

The fourth iteration of the EU-U.S. Trade and Technology Council (TTC) will take place in Lulea, Sweden, on May 30-31.

Chinese Cybersecurity Entities Accuse CIA of Orchestrating Color Revolutions Globally

The Chinese report also claims that the National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center and cybersecurity firm 360 have discovered Trojan horse programs or plug-ins related to the CIA in recent cyberattacks targeting China.

EU’s Support for Ukrainian Military Raises Questions on Commitment to Peaceful Aims

"I used to trust the EU because it has always played an important role as a balancing force and has never directly participated in wars," President Lula said. "However, the EU is directly involved in this conflict."

France, China Working on Peace Deal for Russia-Ukraine Conflict

France's Macron hopes to establish a framework for future negotiations and has tasked his foreign policy adviser, Emmanuel Bonne, to work with China's top diplomat, Wang Yi.

Australia Bans TikTok on Gov’t Devices

The Australian government has banned TikTok on all government-issued devices, following concerns over the app's security risks and its Chinese parent company's alleged ties to the Chinese Communist Party.

EU’s Anti-Money Laundering Laws May ‘Criminalise’ Physical Cash: German EU Lawyer

The European Union's new anti-money laundering laws have drawn criticism for potentially leading to the "criminalization" of physical cash transactions.

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