Global Battery Alliance Launches Greenhouse Gas Rulebook for Battery Passport post thumbnail

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ALEXANDRIA, VA / ACCESSWIRE / October 5, 2022 / The Global Battery Alliance (GBA), a multi-stakeholder organisation to establish a sustainable battery value chain by 2030, today launched its
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Khamzat Chimaev had passport confiscated in Russia, unable to leave country post thumbnail

Khamzat Chimaev had passport confiscated in Russia, unable to leave countryKhamzat Chimaev had passport confiscated in Russia, unable to leave country

According to a report from Brazilian outlet Combate, Khamzat Chimaev is stuck in Russia. Khamzat Chimaev had passport confiscated in Russia, unable to leave country The outlet says that
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Manager denies reports Khamzat Chimaev has had passport seized in Russia post thumbnail

Manager denies reports Khamzat Chimaev has had passport seized in RussiaManager denies reports Khamzat Chimaev has had passport seized in Russia

Majdi Shammas, the manager of UFC fighter Khamzat Chimaev, has denied reports circulating in Brazilian media that his fighter is currently being detained in St. Petersburg in Russia, and
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Eileen Ferriter’s Book Ready for Display at NYLA 2022 Annual Conference and ReadersMagnet Book Confab post thumbnail

Eileen Ferriter’s Book Ready for Display at NYLA 2022 Annual Conference and ReadersMagnet Book ConfabEileen Ferriter’s Book Ready for Display at NYLA 2022 Annual Conference and ReadersMagnet Book Confab

Ferriter’s charming book "Sailing the Milky Way" is sure to delight readers as it encourages creative thinking. San Diego, California – WEBWIRE – Monday, October 3, 2022 “Fabulous children’s
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‘Actions speak louder than words’: 150,000 passport numbers in Optus hack post thumbnail

‘Actions speak louder than words’: 150,000 passport numbers in Optus hack‘Actions speak louder than words’: 150,000 passport numbers in Optus hack

At least 2.1 million personal identification details, including 150,000 passport and 50,000 Medicare numbers, have been stolen in the Optus data hack as the company’s embattled chief executive Kelly
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Citizenship for rich: Demand rises for ‘golden passports’… post thumbnail

Citizenship for rich: Demand rises for ‘golden passports’…Citizenship for rich: Demand rises for ‘golden passports’…

The EU is set to take Malta to court over its scheme allowing wealthy foreigners to buy Maltese – and EU – citizenship for a costly fee. But buying
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How much would Optus pay to replace everyone’s ID? post thumbnail

How much would Optus pay to replace everyone’s ID?How much would Optus pay to replace everyone’s ID?

With millions of identity documents exposed in Optus’ data breach, many Australians now need to replace their cards and passports to make sure they can’t be used by criminals
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Optus to pay for new passports, taskforce set up to help affected customers post thumbnail

Optus to pay for new passports, taskforce set up to help affected customersOptus to pay for new passports, taskforce set up to help affected customers

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has announced Optus has agreed to cover the costs for replacement passports following Mr Albanese confirmed the telco will pay during a press conference following
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Brazilian football star reveals reason for Russian passport plans post thumbnail

Brazilian football star reveals reason for Russian passport plansBrazilian football star reveals reason for Russian passport plans

Zenit St. Petersburg winger Malcom explained what was behind the move Brazilian footballer Malcom has said that a willingness to help club team Zenit St. Petersburg is behind his
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Albanese insists Optus pay for passports as hack reveals legal holes post thumbnail

Albanese insists Optus pay for passports as hack reveals legal holesAlbanese insists Optus pay for passports as hack reveals legal holes

“We believe Optus should pay, not taxpayers,” Albanese said, adding the breach was “caused by Optus and their own failures”.Experts have identified the amount of data stored by Optus
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