Grindr Faces $11.7 Million Fine For Illegally Sharing Users' Data With Third Parties
Gay dating app Grindr faces a 9.6-million-euro ($11.7 million)fine in Norway for illegally disclosing private users' data with third parties, the Norwegian Data Protection Authority said on Tuesday. Grindr, the world's most popular social networking app for gay, bi, trans, and queer people, is accused of sharing its users' GPS coordinates, user profile data and…
No hope of finding landslide survivors: Norway rescue workers
Norwegian rescue workers on Tuesday abandoned hope of finding survivors from a landslide that buried homes in a village six days ago, killing 10 people.
Hundreds evacuated after landslide in Norway
At least nine people were injured and up to 200 evacuated on Wednesday after a nightime landslide in a small town north of Oslo, police and local media said.
Norway's King Harald, 83, taken to hospital
Norway's 83-year-old King Harald V was admitted to the hospital early on Friday, the palace said without disclosing details of his condition.
Norway mosque shooter pleads not guilty
A Norwegian man who admitted to killing his step-sister before opening fire in a mosque near Oslo last year pleaded not guilty as his trial started on Thursday.
Norway launches virus tracker app
Norway, one of the first European countries to begin lifting confinement measures, is launching a smartphone tracking and tracking app to try to halt a return of the deadly coronavirus.
Lithuania, Norway swap spies with Russia at border
Russia on Friday returned two Lithuanians and a Norwegian convicted of espionage to Vilnius in an espionage swap that also saw NATO and EU member Lithuania free two Russians jailed for spying in an exchange reminiscent of the Cold War.
One person hurt in Norway mosque shooting, suspect arrested
One person was injured in a shooting inside a mosque in a suburb of the Norwegian capital Oslo on Saturday, police said, adding that a suspect had been arrested.
Reward our teachers on earth!
The recent investigative report of a newspaper on the scarcity of teachers in public schools and the revelation that nearly 80 per cent of the states in the country have placed embargo on recruitment, are shocking and tragic. It is such dismal revelations that must question the whole idea of having a government in the…