School closings due to Corona: Good education is now a matter of luck

DThe Chancellery has called for a “restrictive implementation” of the recently decided school closings by February 14th. But no sooner had the prime ministers left the video conference with the Chancellor than everyone did what they wanted. The regulations for schools in the next three weeks are therefore different depending on the federal state. “There … Read more

Without choice, Queen Elizabeth II cancels all the parties of 2021

This news was released a day after the prime minister, Boris Johnson announces the new national blockade in England and Scotland, which is scheduled until at least mid-February. What are garden parties like? Currently, the garden parties are attended by around 30 thousand people, men wear morning hats and top hats, while women wear dresses … Read more

Zoos and animal parks are waiting for the lockdown to end

A poster asks you to keep your distance to other zoo visitors. Photo: Friso Gentsch / dpa / symbol image ” href=”https://cdn.sat1regional.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/17102122/urn-newsml-dpa-com-20090101-210117-99-57296_large_4_3.jpg” rel=”lightbox”> <img alt=" A poster asks you to keep your distance to other zoo visitors. Photo: Friso Gentsch / dpa / symbol image ” src=”https://cdn.sat1regional.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/17102122/urn-newsml-dpa-com-20090101-210117-99-57296_large_4_3.jpg”/> A poster asks you to keep your distance … Read more

GDPR Weekly Show Episode 127 :- Lockdown GDPR, Post Brexit, Capital Business Media, Leave.EU, Advocate General CJEU, … en GDPR Weekly Show en mp3(17/01 a las 12:07:13) 34:43 64027869

Coming up in this week’s episode: GDPR compliance when working from home during Covid-19 lockdown, GDPR changes continue after the end of Brexit transition, Capital Business Media relocates to Ireland to avoid UK-EU data transfers, Leave.EU moves to Ireland and faces calls for investigations into GDPR breaches, Advocate General CJEU pronouncement in Facebook case may … Read more

Households saved more and borrowed less after the first lockdown

Spanish families have made their own belt tightening once the first state of alarm and corresponding strict confinement that kept the entire society confined to prevent the spread of the coronavirus was overcome. Aware of the situation that could be looming in labor and economic terms, the amount of your savings increased in the third … Read more

Kirchborchenerin Theresa Rhode is committed to education and the supply of food in Namibia during the Corona crisis: “Lockdown has many … – Borchen

Small and medium-sized companies had to give up. The most necessary things were missing from the residents of the township. So far, the association has provided 25,000 euros for the procurement and distribution of 50 tons of fresh food such as fruit, vegetables and cornmeal. Theresa Rhode has been on site in Namibia since mid-October. … Read more

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson criticized for riding his bike away from his London home breaking lockdown rules

Drafting / Photo: File.- They saw him on a bicycle far from his house, yes, with face masks. The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, is the center of criticism for having been seen riding his bike away from his London residence. This even though the population is asked to exercise near your … Read more