“Allege” in the news
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· Burundi opposition takes poll dispute to constitutional court →
Burundi's main opposition party on Thursday filed its submission to the Constitutional Court to contest the results of a presidential election it alleges was riddled with fraud and irregularities.
The China Post
· Burundi opposition candidate goes to court to challenge vote →
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Burundi’s top opposition leader went to the constitutional court Thursday to challenge the results of this month’s presidential election, alleging the vote was rigged in favor of the ruling party candidate.
· Canada court decision could end ‘Huawei Princess’ extradition saga →
Authorities allege that Meng lied to the HSBC bank about Huawei’s relationship with its Iran-based affiliate Skycom, putting the bank at risk of violating US sanctions.
· Mascot Towers owners seek $15m from developer of neighbouring building →
The owners of Sydney's Mascot Towers are claiming more than $15 million in damages from the developer of a neighbouring building they allege is responsible for major cracks appearing in the apartment complex they were forced to evacuate almost a year ago.
· Donald Trump is starting a messy fight with the entire internet →
In practical terms, it means that there is certain to be a court challenge alleging that the order is unconstitutional, which will hamstring any attempted action by the FCC.
The China Post
· Germany confronts Russian ambassador over cyberattack →
German prosecutors allege that Badin, “acting jointly with other persons not yet identified,” had “undertaken an intelligence operation against Germany for the intelligence service of a foreign power,” the ministry said.
· Pablo Escobar's brother sues Apple for billions →
Pablo Escobar’s brother is suing Apple for $2.6bn after alleging his iPhone X was hacked through FaceTime.
· Arizona sues Google for tracking users' location even when they turned tracking off →
The lawsuit also alleges that Google's Android sometimes changed the default tracking settings without seeking user consent or even informing them.
· Paatal Lok brings hellfire on OTT platforms; reignites the debate on the regulation of content →
Last year, a member of the Shiv Sena IT Cell had filed a police complaint against Netflix alleging that the US-based online streaming service is “defaming Hindus and India” through shows hosted on its platform.
· Facebook German privacy case referred to European Court →
The German Federal Court on Thursday referred a lawsuit filed by a consumer protection watchdog alleging privacy violations by Facebook to the Court of Justice of the European Union to seek clarification on the applicable law.