Several Hundred Anti-Mask Protesters in Paris

Coronavirus: Several Hundred Anti-Mask Protesters in Paris

CORONAVIRUS: Protesters in Paris believe the mask was imposed in several major cities “without any scientific justification” They were nearly 300 people who gathered this Saturday afternoon in Paris to denounce the compulsory wearing of a mask in the street, according to an AFP journalist present at the demonstration. The demonstrators gathered in the calm, Place de la Nation, […]

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Already compulsory in public transport, the mask must be worn in all enclosed places welcoming the public from this Monday in France

Banks, Supermarkets, Places of Worship … The Complete List of Enclosed Public Places where Wearing a Mask is Compulsory

HEALTH SECURITY: Already compulsory in public transport, the mask must be worn in all enclosed places welcoming the public from this Monday in France In order to curb “worrying” signs of a resumption of the coronavirus epidemic, wearing a mask is now compulsory in closed public places. In the middle of summer, this measure responds to signs of […]

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The amount of the fine for not wearing the mask will be 135 euros

Coronavirus: The Amount of the Fine for Not Wearing the Mask will be 135 Euros

CORONAVIRUS COVID-19: The obligation to wear a mask in all enclosed public places comes into force from Monday A fine of 135 euros is provided for in the event of a violation of the obligation to wear a mask in all enclosed public places, which comes into force from Monday, we learned on Sunday from the […]

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8.2 million checks have been carried out since the start of confinement

Coronavirus Covid-19: 480,000 Fines since the Start of Confinement

Despite “some regrettable behaviour”, the French respect the confinement in this epidemic of coronavirus, said the Minister of the Interior. “The French are among the world over, those who respect confinement the best,” assured Christophe Castaner on Franceinfo, this Monday 6th April 2020. However, numerous fines have been raised since this measure was put in place on […]

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The fine for non-compliance with confinement increases to 200 euros this Sunday.

Coronavirus: In the Event of a Repeat Breach of Confinement, you Risk a 200 Euro Fine

A decree was published this Sunday 29th March 2020 in the Official Journal of the government to toughen up measures that limit, among other things, the movement of French people. The bill promises to be even saltier for those who still do not respect confinement.  According to a decree published this Sunday 29th March 2020 in […]

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Facebook Fined after leaked data

Facebook Fined $ 5 Billion after Leaked Data

Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook group has reached an amicable agreement with the US Communications Regulatory Authority but has an independent privacy committee. The penalty was negotiated and the axe fell as expected after a lengthy procedure. The FTC, the federal regulator of communications, imposed on Wednesday a record fine of $ 5 billion (€ 4.48 billion) to […]

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"We estimate that the range of loss in this case is between $ 3 billion and $ 5 billion," writes Facebook.

Data: Facebook Risks a Record Fine of $ 3 to $ 5 Billion

The social network expects to have to pay a fine of 3 to 5 billion dollars in the United States for its misuse of personal data of its users. Facebook expects to pay a three to five billion dollar fine in the United States because of its highly controversial management of personal data . But despite the scandals, the social […]

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A motorist fined for going to slow in the Côte d'Or

60 km/ h Instead of 80: He is fined … for Driving Too Slowly

In Côte-d’Or, a driver was verbalized by the gendarmes because he was driving too slowly on a departmental road limited to 80 km/h. He was fined 22 euros. “Frankly, it’s unfair! An inhabitant of the Loire has been caught travelling at 60 km/h on a main road limited to 80, between Dijon and Chalon-sur-Saone (Côte-d’Or). 20 km/h below the maximum permitted […]

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