My back stretcher has been delayed
Amazon will stop shipping non-essential products to consumers in Italy and France, the company said on Saturday, representing an escalation in the e-commerce giant’s response in regions hard hit by the coronavirus outbreak.
Constitutional court surrenders
The French courts have surrendered to plans by its government to trawl social media to detect tax avoidance.
Kicking them in the exports to make them surrender to US forces
The US government may punish France for insisting that its huge tech companies pay a tiny amount of tax.
A snip at 2.17 billion euros
Frances’s 5G spectrum will be sold at a base price of 2.17 billion euros ($2.4 billion), a minister said, which means that telcos will not have to spend so much to get up and running.
Removed the malware from victims over the pheun
French police, with help from an antivirus firm, took control of a server that was used by cybercriminals to spread a worm programmed to mine cryptocurrency from more than 850,000 computers.
They will pay but can deduct it later
France and the United States have reached a deal to end a standoff over a French tax on big internet companies, French President Emmanuel Macron said.
A bit like the French – "too noisy and falling apart”
A one kilometre “solar road" project paved with photovoltaic panels in France is "too noisy, falling apart, and doesn't even collect enough solar energy".
English highly amused
The nation which armed and installed a terrorist regime in the US, using fake news about a tea tax, has fallen out with its anti-democratic puppet over an issue of tax sovereignty.
Might issue new tariffs
Fresh after getting a UK diplomat fired for secretly telling his bosses that the US president was unstable, Donald [Prince of Orange] Trump has decided to bully the French into allowing US tech companies to continue their tax-free antics in Europe.
Nasty roast beef eating Americans we strike you roughly with a baguette
France’s lower house of parliament approved Thursday a small, pioneering tax on internet giants like Google, Amazon and Facebook -- and the French government hopes other countries will follow suit.