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Google og Facebook får massive bøder for cookie-overtrædelser

Version2 - Seneste nyheder - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 09:26
Google og Facebook idømmes bøder til samlet over 1,5 milliarder kroner af det franske databeskyttelsestilsyn for at gøre det forvirrende at afvise cookies.
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A million set to throng India’s Ganges for holy dip despite COVID

Al Jazeera - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 09:24
Nearly a million Hindus expected to gather on banks of river for pilgrimage in the state reporting second-highest cases.
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First pig heart to human transplant is a game-changer, say surgeons

BBC News - World - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 09:08
In a world first, a pig heart has been successfully transplanted into a human by surgeons in the US.
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UN extends Syria cross-border aid without Security Council vote

Al Jazeera - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 09:07
Bab al-Hawa crossing serves millions in Idlib, allowing aid passage without going through gov't channels in Damascus.
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Preview: Egypt take on Nigeria in AFCON Group D opener

Al Jazeera - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 08:59
Match at the State Roumde Adjia in Garoua will mark the ninth time that the two sides have played each other at AFCON.
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Minister says it's 'making a leap' to assume Boris Johnson knew about lockdown-busting 'bring your own booze' party

Businessinsider - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 08:51
Boris Johnson
  • Boris Johnson is under pressure today after leaked email reveals close aide invited more than 100 staff to lockdown-busting BYOB party.
  • Prime minister 'extremely unlikely' to have been unaware of invite, expert says. 
  • But a health minister argues it would be 'a leap' to make that assumption until after inquiry has concluded.

A minister insisted it would "be making a leap" to assume that Boris Johnson was aware of the lockdown-breaching party last May, after a leaked email revealed one of his closest aides had invited more than 100 colleagues to a "bring your own bottle" party in the Downing Street garden.

"After what has been an incredibly busy period, it would be nice to make the most of the lovely weather and have some socially distanced drinks in the No10 garden this evening," Johnson's Principal Private Secretary Martin Reynolds said in an email to over a hundred staffers at Johnson's 10 Downing Street office.

"Please join us from 6 p.m. and bring your own booze!" Reynolds wrote in the email obtained by British broadcaster ITV News, which was sent on May 20, 2020.

—Dominic Cummings (@Dominic2306) January 10, 2022

 

Edward Argar, the Minister of State for Health at the Department of Health and Social Care, told Sky News it was "absolutely right" that the allegations be investigated by Sue Gray, one of Whitehall's most senior officials, who was already probing claims about multiple parties during Christmas 2020. 

But he added he would not "prejudge" her outcome, saying it would not be "appropriate" to comment before Gray  reached a conclusion. Argar said the rules at the time were clear, with a press conference on the day of the party being used to tell the public they could only meet one person from outside their household.

No timeline has been set for the inquiry, but Johnson has requested it be "swift," the minister said. 

Asked whether Johnson knew about the party, he replied: "I have seen the email, I don't know the context of that email… You are making a leap there in assumption about the prime minister."

"I am not going to be drawn there," he added. 

Around 40 staffers gathered for food and drinks in the garden that day. According to the report, witnesses claim Johnson and his wife, Carrie, were among them.

Hannah White, a former official who ran the Committee on Standards in Public Life in the Cabinet Office, told BBC Radio 4's Today program it was "extremely unlikely" that Reynolds would have sent around the email invite "without the assent of the prime minister." 

She noted that witnesses were now "saying he was there." 

However, Dr. White, now the deputy director of the Institute for Government, said Labour's claims that he had misled Parliament were "technically" incorrect as he had been asked "very specifically about Christmas parties."

At the time, Johnson had denied knowledge of the now-infamous cheese and wine party, saying he was "sickened in myself and furious" after a video emerged of his advisers laughing about the rule-breaking bash.

The Metropolitan Police, who has thus far said there is insufficient evidence to investigate multiple allegations of lockdown-breaching parties, is now looking into the matter. 

A spokesperson said: "The Metropolitan Police Service is aware of widespread reporting relating to alleged breaches of the Health Protection Regulations at Downing Street on 20 May 2020 and is in contact with the Cabinet Office.

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David Sassoli: European Parliament president dies aged 65

BBC News - World - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 08:41
The Italian was admitted to hospital last month due to a serious complication with his immune system.
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EU Parliament President David Sassoli dies aged 65

Al Jazeera - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 08:15
Former television newsreader was in hospital since December 26 due to a dysfunction of the immune system.
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Niels Westy om bandekriminalitet: Politikerne vil ikke tale om den eneste løsning, der vil virke: Legalisering af illegale rusmidler

Ræson: Magasin om politik - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 08:05
Den økonomiske gevinst ved handel med illegale rusmidler er så enorm, at man må forvente at bandekriminalitet (et andet ord for organiseret kriminalitet) og dermed skyderier, vold og mord er kommet for at blive. Reelt har politikerne kun én mulighed for at imødegå udviklingen: At overveje legalisering. HAR DU ABONNEMENT? Det er kun muligt at […]
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Debt-laden China Evergrande has moved out of its swanky headquarters in downtown Shenzhen to save on rent

Businessinsider - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 08:02
China Evergrande has moved out of its headquarters in downtown Shenzhen.
  • Evergrande said it moved its headquarters from rental offices to a place it owns in order to cut costs.
  • The Chinese real estate giant is grappling with a $300 billion debt pile.
  • Evergrande's logo was being removed at the Excellence Houhai Financial Center on Monday.

China Evergrande has canceled its lease on its office headquarters in downtown Shenzhen to save on rent.

The company said it moved to another building it owns in the same city last month, according to a statement on its website.

The embattled real estate developer's logo was being removed from its previous headquarters at the Excellence Houhai Financial Center on Monday, Reuters reported on-site. Security personnel and vehicles kept watch, the news agency added.

Once China's second-largest developer by sales, Evergrande is grappling with a $300 billion debt pile and is in default, according to S&P Global and Fitch Ratings. The Chinese government has stepped in to help with its restructuring.

Evergrande did not give details of its new headquarters.

Last September, desperate investors protested at its former headquarters, demanding their money back.

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Is Sudan’s transition to democracy doomed?

Al Jazeera - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 08:00
At least 62 protesters have been killed since the October coup.
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World's largest condom maker says condom sales precipitously slumped during the pandemic

Businessinsider - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 07:56
World's largest condom maker Karex said demand was down in the last two years amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Karex, the world's largest condom-maker, said condom sales slumped over the last two years.
  • The Malaysian company itself had assumed at the start of the pandemic that demand would surge.
  • The company blamed hotel closures and the scaling down of government distribution programs for lagging sales.

Condom sales declined precipitously during the pandemic, according to the world's largest manufacturer of the contraceptive, which saw sales falling as much as 40% in the last two years, according to Nikkei.

While many would assume that people would have nothing to do "but have sex" indoors due to movement restrictions, that didn't appear to be the situation, Karex CEO Goh Miah Kiat told the media outlet.

The Malaysian contraceptive company produces around 5.5 billion condoms a year and is a supplier to brands like Durex and ONE Condoms. It also produces its own condom brands.

Karex had assumed at the start of the pandemic that condom demand would surge as people cooped up at home practice birth control due to economic uncertainty, Bloomberg reported in March 2020, citing Goh. Goh also predicted a condom shortage at the time due to pandemic-fueled factory shutdowns.

Instead, condom demand slumped, not just for Karex but for others like Durex and Trojan, too, as lockdowns hit social life.

Goh told Nikkei condom demand fell when hotels and motels closed, as these locations had provided privacy. The sex industry, too, was impacted by the health crisis, with in-person sex providers facing a challenging market.

Large-scale government condom distribution programs were also hit by the pandemic. 

"A large portion [of condoms] is distributed by governments around the world, which have reduced [distribution] significantly during COVID-19," Gold told Nikkei. "For instance, in the United Kingdom, the NHS [National Health Service] shut down most nonessential clinics because of COVID, and sexual wellness clinics which hand out condoms were also closed."

Karex posted a full-year loss for its fiscal 2020 ending June — the company's first since it went public in November 2013. The company's share price on the Bursa Malaysia exchange fell almost 50% in 2021.

In recent weeks, condom sales have improved, Goh told Nikkei. This is in line with data from other major condom sellers like Durex and Trojan that reported improved sales as movement restrictions lifted.

But Karex is not taking any chances — it plans to diversify into medical glove manufacturing, which has seen explosive growth during the pandemic. Similar raw materials and technologies are used in condom and glove-making, said Goh, per the Nikkei.

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Dansk EM-modstander ramt af corona-udbrud

DR Sporten - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 07:53
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#NoSpendJanuary: Can it really be done?

BBC News - World - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 07:51
Every year, the hashtag #nospendjanuary is seen on social media - but how literally do people take it?
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Microsoft opdager sårbarhed i MacOS: Det gør ’powerdir’ og sådan sikrer du dig mod den

Computerworld: Seneste om teknologi - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 06:59
En sikkerhedsforsker hos Microsoft har opdaget en potentiel sikkerhedsbrist i MacOS. Hent opdateringen snarest, lyder opfordringen
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Mathias Gidsel løber mod håndboldens top, men tager stadig ’den forbandede tøjvask’

DR Sporten - Tue, 01/11/2022 - 05:37
Den danske højre back har haft et fremragende år, men gør alt for at holde benene på jorden.
Categories: Sport