“Scrutiny” in the news
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· TikTok: Time running out for ByteDance boss →
And like telecoms giant Huawei, it came under scrutiny after concerns that ByteDance could be forced to share user information with Chinese intelligence.
· The Energy 202: Kamala Harris goes big on environmental justice as Biden considers her as running mate →
The bill would require regulations from the executive branch to undergo similar scrutiny.
· Blocking TikTok Opens a Can of Worms for Facebook, Google →
Even after a law was passed in 2018 to tighten national security scrutiny by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S., Washington’s takeover-review panel, investigations by last year were being initiated at a rate similar to during President Barack Obama’s second term.
· Pompeo urges no vote for Cuba on Human Rights Council →
In particular, Haley had slammed the council for adopting resolutions condemning Israel, which has come under scrutiny by the council for its treatment of Palestinians.
· Coronavirus: 50m PPE items bought by government scrapped over safety concerns →
Mask supplier Ayanda Capital under scrutiny as legal document reveals government contract was arranged by adviser to Department for International Trade
· GAFA: Objectively Analyzing Impact Of Antitrust Scrutiny →
In this case, the fact that Microsoft has been spared from scrutiny shows that there is not necessarily a purely political dimension to the scrutiny as some would like to think but some genuine competitive concerns as well.
· US Army esports team unbans commenters who asked about American war crimes →
The US military’s use of esports as a recruitment tool has come under scrutiny in recent months.
· The Justice Department isn’t just corrupt. It also bungled the pandemic. →
The Justice Department has come under intense scrutiny during Attorney General William P. Barr’s tenure over questions about political interference and corruption, including at Barr’s recent appearance before the House Judiciary Committee.
· Security agencies made the right call in not banning TikTok →
The Age in general accepts the need for new powers to deal with cyber crime, but they must be subject to rigid external scrutiny, just like any police search warrant.