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United States company Zoom Video Communications, whose video conferencing program became the most popular app during the coronavirus pandemic, has agreed to an out-of-court settlement to pay $US85 million ($A116 million) for a class action lawsuit that claims it violated users' privacy rights.The lawsuit, filed last year, accuses Zoom of violating laws protecting users' privacy by sharing their data with tech giants, including Google, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Australian beach volleyballers Mariafe Artacho del Solar and Taliqua Clancy will get their shot at some Olympic-sized revenge on the Tokyo sand.The pair will take on Canadian world champions Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes in the quarter-finals - the same combination that beat them for Commonwealth Games gold on the Gold Coast in 2018.
NRL players and their families are set to be reunited in biosecurity hubs as planned on Wednesday despite Queensland's COVID-19 lockdown being extended until Sunday.A further 13 cases of community transmission were announced in Queensland on Monday morning, forcing the extension of a three-day lockdown to the end of the week.
Australian Riley Day has pledged to "absolutely floor it" in her audacious bid to claim a spot in the women's 200m final on her Olympic debut.In her first Olympics, Day overcame some pre-race nerves to claim the third automatic qualifying spot in her opening-round heat on Monday morning.
Two major mergers on the Australian share market have helped the indices spring to a record high.US payment provider Square's $39 billion play for Afterpay, and Santos' improved offer for Oil Search, contributed to the ASX200 rising to 7493.
South Australians in Queensland have been urged to consider returning as soon as possible as the Sunshine State continues to battle a COVID-19 outbreak.With southeast Queensland in lockdown, SA residents are still allowed to return provided they spend 14 days in home quarantine.
Wallabies utility Reece Hodge is determined to end Australia's 19-year Bledisloe Cup hoodoo, hoping the smarts of Quade Cooper will help get the team over the line.Australia haven't held the prized trophy since 2002 and face a tough task to win it back this year given two of the three Tests will be held in NZ.
Olympic debutant Tom Green has advanced directly to semi-finals of the men's K1 1000 metres in Monday's opening day of canoe sprint racing in Tokyo.The 22-year-old Queenslander, who is coached by three-time Olympic medallist Ken Wallace, finished second in his heat behind Rio silver medallist Czech Josef Dostal.
Towering American John Isner gained revenge on compatriot Brandon Nakashima by taking the Atlanta Open for the sixth time on Sunday.The big-serving Isner won in straight sets but it was a tight final, the 36-year-old beating his 19-year-old opponent 7-6 (10-8) 7-5.
Gun Australian duo Linden Hall and Jessica Hull have eased into the Olympic 1500m semi-finals with a minimum of fuss, while Dutch superwoman Sifan Hassan was made to work much harder.Hassan, who is chasing an unprecedented 1500-5000-10,000m treble in Tokyo, was knocked to the track with one lap to run in the second heat on Monday morning.
The Queensland treasurer says it could take up to two weeks for grants and support payments to get to businesses and workers hit by the state's coronavirus lockdown.A lockdown of more than half the state's population in 11 southeast local government areas has been extended untill Sunday after a COVID-19 cluster grew to 31 cases.
Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese will be allowed to attend parliament under tight restrictions after being in Queensland before arriving in Canberra.A growing outbreak in southeast Queensland has sparked a lockdown extension until at least Sunday afternoon.
Gameshow-like wordplay and writing with shaving foam are among teaching methods suggested in a revamped syllabus for NSW's youngest students.The draft advice suggests teachers create a sense of excitement about words and lead games, such as having students describe a particular word to a partner without saying the nominated word.
A group of athletes has sparked a COVID-19 scare in the Australian Olympic team after mingling with other residents inside the Games village.Team chef de mission Ian Chesterman said none of the Australians involved in the Saturday night incident had tested positive and they had rejoined the group.
AstraZeneca is working on a booster shot for its coronavirus vaccine to combat mutations of the deadly disease.The company's Australian president Liz Chatwin said the company was working on a variation which would be available this year if necessary.
Rafael Nadal returns to competitive tennis this week at the ATP Tour's Citi Open, the hard-court tune-up tournament for the US Open.3 missed both Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics with a previously undisclosed foot problem.
Pacific communities have warmly welcomed the official state apology for racist policing in 1970s New Zealand, but leaders want further strides towards cohesion and equality.On Sunday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern delivered a formal apology for racial profiling practices in support of immigration policies half a century ago.
A man has died in a workplace incident at a market in Melbourne's outer north.30am on Monday at Melbourne Market, a fruit and vegetable wholesaler in Epping, and involved an electric vehicle and a stationary truck.
Australian home values have had the fastest annual growth in 17 years, but are slowing as housing becomes less affordable.CoreLogic data released on Monday shows the value of homes across the country rose 1.