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17-May-2012

  • WTO rules against U.S. "dolphin safe" tuna

    GENEVA (Reuters) - A World Trade Organization appellate panel on Wednesday said U.S. "dolphin safe" tuna labeling rules unfairly discriminate against Mexico, raising the possibility of sanctions on U.S. goods if the rules are not modified or dropped. The decision is the second time in less than two months the WTO has found fault with U.S. consumer legislation, sparking some U.S. criticism that ...


  • WTO: ?Dolphin-safe? label discriminates against Mexico

    The World Trade Organization ruled today that the U.S. ?dolphin-safe? label discriminates against Mexican tuna fleets that rely on controversial chasing-and-netting techniques that can harm and kill the marine mammals. It?s not clear what the ruling will mean for the future of the voluntary dolphin-safe label, but environmentalists worried that the decision would realize their major fear: Read ...


  • Dolphin Browser Announces Pre-Install Partnership With KDDI, Major Japanese Telecom Operator

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA-- - Dolphin Browser , the most popular third-party browser on Android and iOS and only Gesture and Voice enabled browser, today announced a partnership with KDDI Corporation, one of the ...


  • Dolphin Browser Strikes Deal to be Pre-installed on KDDI Phones in Japan

    MoboTap, the makers of the popular Dolphin Browser for iOS and Android, has announced a partnership with Japanese carrier KDDI (TYO:9433) in which Dolphin will be pre-loaded on future Android phones. KDDI ...


  • Call for more river dolphin spotters

    THE hunt is on for more Dolphin Watch volunteers to help monitor the movements and behaviour of Perth's much-loved river dolphins.


  • Wayward Bolsa Chica dolphin may have returned to sea, experts say

    The wayward dolphin who mistakenly made its way into the Bolsa Chica wetlands last month appears to have swum out to sea.


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