Vodafone wins $490M India tax dispute; Orange chief stands firm on Jazztel offer

> An Indian court ruled in favour of Vodafone in a long-running dispute over a tax demand of $490 million (€386 million), in what is being seen as a key development for foreign companies in India. Article

> Google revealed users in Estonia and Liechtenstein are most likely to request web links be removed under so-called 'right to be forgotten' rules. Article

> Uber, creator of a popular taxi-style app, said the arrest of four drivers in the Netherlands for licence infringements is unjustified. Report

> Snapchat blamed third-party applications for leaks of photos sent via the mobile app that is supposed to delete snaps after they are sent. Report

> Juniper Networks predicts its third-quarter revenues will fail to reach its original target range of $1.15 billion (€908 million) to $1.2 billion. Article

> Orange CEO Stephane Richard said the French operator will not raise its €3.4 billion ($4.2 billion) offer to buy Spanish operator Jazztel. Article

> Telecom Italia chairman Giuseppe Recchi said the operator was not working on any joint project with Mediaset. Article

And finally…A 10-year old camel called Raffia has become the very first animal to help with Google's mapping missions. Article

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