|violation of human||人権侵害|
|violation of international||国際違反|
· Trump’s executive order on social media is legally unenforceable, experts say →
If Trump were to try to shut down social media companies in retaliation for Twitter’s fact-check of his tweets, that would be a clear violation of the First Amendment.
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· Police, experts condemn knee restraint used on George Floyd →
“They all have an affirmative duty and obligation to uphold the law and uphold the procedures and to stop any violation of law or excessive use of force that they’re a witness to.
· Russia slams 'dangerous' US foreign policy moves →
Last week Trump also announced that he planned to withdraw the United States from the Open Skies Treaty, citing Russian violations.
· Chinese grad students may be expelled from US as tensions climb →
But the timing of a potential announcement could come at a time of increasingly heated rhetoric about the imposition of national security laws on Hong Hong in violation of the Sino-British accord.
· Elon Musk reaches first Tesla compensation award worth nearly $800 million →
The final proposal comes from the Sisters of the Good Shepherd New York Province, who want Tesla to prepare a report about human rights violations at the companies it buys raw materials from.
· Full text of President Trump's executive order aimed at preventing online censorship →
(d) For large online platforms that are vast arenas for public debate, including the social media platform Twitter, the FTC shall also, consistent with its legal authority, consider whether complaints allege violations of law that implicate the policies set forth in section 4(a) of this order.
· Commentary: Embattled China knows its national priority is the economy →
Despite the Phase 1 trade agreement, the US has continued to tighten sanctions on Chinese companies, adding 33 organisations to its export blacklist for reasons of human rights violation and national security last week.
· 8@eight: ASX set to slide after late Wall Street fall →
As anticipated, China’s National People’s Congress voted to pass the new Hong Kong Security bill, setting the foundations in place for a global retaliation against China for what many see as a major violation of the once country, two systems policy.
· People are accidentally throwing out their stimulus check — because it looks like junk mail →
Data provided to NBC News by the New York Police Department show that from mid-March to mid-May, about 81 percent of all citations for social distancing violations were issued to black or Latino individuals, although only about half the city’s population are black or Latino.