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Cabinet Office cops data amended for scrambling New York honors list • The Register

The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) fined the Cabinet Office for failing to put in place the appropriate technical and organizational measures to prevent unauthorized disclosure of recipients of New Year’s honors. Twice a year, the government awards a mixture of honors – knighthood and order of the bath, etc. …

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The Recorder – Montague Selectboard seeks more information on a proposal to demolish the Farren Care Center

MONTAGUE – Discussion of Trinity Health New England’s recommendation to demolish the Farren Care Center continued at Monday’s selection committee meeting, which increased motivation to reunite with the organization. Monday’s meeting focused primarily on public comment and city officials’ response to the company’s recommendation, which was presented to the Selectboard …

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McNeill makes it official | Independent Ledger – Maysville Online

November 15, 2021 Governor Andy Beshear held a memorial service on Sunday for the 10,214 Kentuckians lost to COVID-19. First Lady Britainy Beshear, Lieutenant Governor Jacqueline Coleman, religious leaders, health heroes, singers from Lindsey Wilson College and the Kentucky State Police Honor Guard also took part in the service. . …

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Member of Congress who said funding prisons were lifted now says to ‘lock down’ Rittenhouse

Rittenhouse recounts every shooting incident Kyle Rittenhouse recalled the shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He said he saw Mr. Rosenbaum and heard Mr. Ziminski order Rosenbaum to “catch and kill him”. Then he said Rosenbaum was chasing him and grabbed his gun. “I remember his hand on the barrel of my …

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Media Literacy in the Online Safety Bill: Sacrificing Citizenship for Resilience?

The UK Online Safety Bill, released by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport in May 2021 and currently under the control of a small parliamentary committee, aims to establish a new regulatory framework to combat harmful online content. Here, Professor Lee Edwards of the LSE analyzes how media …

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IAB Europe says it expects to be found in breach of GDPR

Is this the beginning of the end for the hated tracking cookie consent pop-up? A flagship framework used by Google and many other advertisers to collect internet users’ claimed consent for spooky ad targeting appears to violate the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). A year ago, the self-proclaimed Transparency …

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NSW Needs 84,000 More People Like Crystal To Reach 95% Goal

This was in stark contrast to the four-hour queues and rare appointments in August, when the center was vaccinating thousands of people every day. Anna Brazier, 24, said she had resisted due to illness during pregnancy and the few cases of COVID-19 in Cherrybrook in the highly vaccinated Hills district …

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Judges to consider whether the right to keep a gun in the home applies to carrying guns in public

The Supreme Court is due to hear arguments on November 3, 2021 on a clear question: Does the constitutional right to own a firearm extend outside the home? The answer can change gun regulations in many states. The crux of the matter in court is captured by a debate Thomas …

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