Google Settles FTC Antitrust Probe, Leibowitz Says

Jan. 3 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz speaks at a news conference in Washington about the FTC's antitrust investigation of Google Inc. Google, avoiding a potentially costly legal battle with U.S. regulators, ended a 20-month probe by pledging to change some business practices and settling allegations it misused patents to thwart competitors in smartphone technology. (Source: Bloomberg)

Japan at Risk of Islamic State's Cyber Attack: Minister
32:27 - Taro Kono, Japan's minister in charge of public safety, says the country is at risk of cyber attacks on its essential infrastructure by Islamic State. He spoke in an interview two weeks after a series of lethal terrorist attacks in Paris. (Translated excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)
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