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T-Mobile beefs up its unlimited data plans with 70 more countries covered

The wireless carrier wars are continuing to heat up, this time internationally. Today, T-Mobile announced it's expanding it’s Unlimited plan benefits by adding 70 more countries where customers get unlimited data (albeit slow 2G data speeds).
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The tiny country of Swaziland held its first ever Pride event on Saturday

This is One Good Thing, a weekly column where we tell you about one of the few nice things that happened this week. The small African country of Swaziland celebrated its first ever LGBTQ pride on Saturday and no one, not even Donald J. Trump, can
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Europe’s New Privacy Rules Could Be Coming to Your Country

May 25 marked the deadline for companies to get in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), an EU law that requires beefed-up data security for all companies that “process” the data of EU citizens (“processing
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Amazon Prime launches in another country, at half the price of the U.S.

It took a long time for Australians to get Amazon, and even longer to get Prime. The membership program is finally available in the country, offering free delivery on products as well as access to Prime Video and other services like Twitch Prime and
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This country's prime minister intervened because people couldn't watch the World Cup

Never get between fans and the World Cup. Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has stepped in after people complained of streaming issues with Optus, which holds the right to locally broadcast all the games at the tournament. SEE ALSO: South
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This country just made a huge move to ditch its controversial tampon tax

Australia has just made a landmark decision to scrap its controversial tampon tax. On Monday, the country's Senate passed a bill drafted by the Greens party to remove the tax on tampons and feminine hygiene products, previously considered by law to
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How to Successfully Communicate With Candidates in Other Countries (Examples Included)

Successful communication with candidates seems to be one of the most significant challenges for recruiters. Contrary to what it appears, not only IT recruiters face this issue. This problem concerns Polish market as well as the Western countries.
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Denmark hired a tech ambassador. After what happened with Facebook, maybe every country should.

Casper Klynge is not a conventional diplomat. And serving as Denmark's, and indeed the world's, first tech ambassador required him to rewrite the international relations playbook.  SEE ALSO: He fooled an entire nation with a fake Facebook

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