News Headlines - 19 September 2013

Facebook 'Likes' Are Protected by First Amendment - WSJ.com

"Liking" something on Facebook is a form of speech protected by the First Amendment, a federal appeals court held, reviving a lawsuit that explores how much of what people do online is protected by the Constitution. The Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday sided with a former deputy sheriff in Hampton, Va., who said he was fired for clicking Like on the Facebook page of his boss's opponent in a race for city sheriff.

BBC News - Ukraine approves EU deal despite Russian objections

Ukrainian government ministers have approved a draft agreement with the EU, which includes a free trade pact. If formally signed in November, it would be the EU's furthest-reaching treaty with a country not currently negotiating membership.

Japan's Shinzo Abe calls on TEPCO to decommission 2 Fukushima reactors - CNN.com

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Thursday that he has asked Tokyo Electric Power Co. to decommission two more reactors at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

BBC News - Gwyneth Paltrow on movie striptease: 'It was so embarrassing'

Actress Gwyneth Paltrow has described filming a striptease for her latest movie Thank You For Sharing, as "horrendous... so embarrassing". The film, a romantic comedy, follows three characters struggling to cope with sex addiction.

BBC Sport - Champions League: Ronaldo hat-trick as Real Madrid hit six

Gareth Bale came on to help Cristiano Ronaldo score one of his three goals as Real Madrid beat Galatasaray 6-1 in their Champions League Group B clash.








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