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A Syrian refugee in Germany won't pursue further legal action against Facebook after a court rejected his call for an injunction forcing the company to seek and delete posts falsely linking him to crimes committed by migrants.
The office of lawyer Chan-jo Jun, who represented Anas Modamani, quoted Modamani on Monday as saying he wants to concentrate on German language exams.
To gauge the impact of the Republican-proposed health plan on people who buy their own insurance, WalletHub’s analysts compared 457 U. S. cities based on the differences in premium subsidies that the average household would receive under Obamacare and Trumpcare.
Before it's even begun, Singapore has scrapped its ambitious nationwide bike-sharing plan.
The project had been in the works for over a year, and called for thousands of bikes to be laid across the city, as part of the government's plans to make the city more bike-friendly.
SEE ALSO: These connected electric bicycles are set to run on Singapore's roads by 2017
The project attracted some 13 companies from all over the world, including Chinese firms Mobike and Ofo — which are aggressively rolling out their dockless shared bikes back home.
Mobike and Ofo were quick out of the gate ahead of the project, already putting bikes out on Singapore streets to prove they were ready to win some government grant money.
India's biometric-based central identification system that started as a "voluntary" program for its billion-plus citizens in 2009 has now become inescapable.
Consider this: Indians need an Aadhaar card to get a mobile connection, to renew a driving licence, to file their taxes, to open a bank account, and very soon, to even vote.
The government is even considering making Aadhaar ('foundation' in Hindi) the only proof of identity in the future.
SEE ALSO: India's database with biometric details of its billion citizens ignites privacy debate
While privacy concerns around Aadhaar remain unaddressed, Indians took time out to make light of its increasing importance in their lives, and flooded social media with #AadhaarMemes.