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    Gần mực thì thâm, gần Trâm thì tối. (Định luật thiên nhiên)

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    Đàn ông Bắc Âu gần ai?





    Time for Change: Justice for rape survivors in the Nordic countries

    3 April 2019, Index number: EUR 01/0089/2019

    Women in the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden) encounter multiple barriers in accessing justice for rape and sexual violence. High levels of rape and widespread impunity stand in stark contrast to the high scores the region has achieved in gender equality in many areas of life. The situation facing survivors of rape is not uniform across the four countries but there are disturbing parallels among them. A first step towards protecting women and girls from rape is to adopt and effectively implement consent-based laws on sexual violence as required by international human rights law, including the Istanbul Convention. In addition to legislative changes, authorities Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden should improve the quality of the police investigations and take decisive steps to address widespread harmful myths and gender stereotypes across various stages of the legal process.

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    Có đi du lịch Đại Hàn nhớ mang theo máy dò. Dân Đại Hàn bị khùng.




    Two arrested in South Korea over secretly filming 1,600 hotel guests with spycams

    They face fines of up to $26,000 and prison sentences up to five years


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    South Korean authorities have arrested two men and are investigating two more over a spycam website that live streamed 1,600 hotel guests without their knowledge, reports CNN. The men installed small, 1mm lens cameras into items ranging from hair dryer holders and wall sockets, and then streamed the footage online, where people could pay a monthly fee to watch.

    The arrests are part of a South Korean epidemic of what’s known as “molka,” which is the secret filming of women in public places such as toilets and changing rooms, but sometimes even in their own homes. Last summer, tens of thousands of women took to the streets of Seoul over the epidemic, which saw 6,470 cases reported in 2017 alone, up from 1,353 cases in 2012.

    The BBC reported that the protest started after a woman was arrested for secretly photographing a male colleague as he modeled nude for university art students. Protesters claimed she was only arrested so quickly because the victim was male, whereas when a victim is female the perpetrator is rarely jailed. Of 5,400 people arrested for spy camera offences in 2017, only around two percent faced jail time.

    Officials from South Korea’s National Police Agency told AFP that around half of the 1,600 victims in this latest spycam scandal are male.

    In all, cameras are thought to have been installed in 42 rooms, across 30 hotels in 10 cities between November last year and this month. The suspects streamed 803 videos of people without their consent to a website with 4,000 members. These members could either watch 30 second clips for free, or otherwise pay a $44.95 fee to access additional features like being able to rewatch clips. 97 are said to have subscribed to this paid service.

    Police said the hotels are not thought to have been complicit in the activity.

    In total, the suspects earned the equivalent of $6,200 from these subscriptions. If convicted, they could be forced to pay as much as 30 million won (around $26,500), and face jail time of up to five years.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post
    Đàn ông Bắc Âu gần ai?
    Chắc gần ông già Nô en. Già rồi mà vẫn lẻn vào nhà người ta lúc ban đêm chả biết có ý đồ gì.

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    Trong tòa đại sứ Niu Di lân ở ngay Hoa xinh tân xứ Hoa kỳ cũng bị theo dõi. Từ đây về sau vào toa lét thì nhớ phải cười cho nó ăn ảnh.

    Top New Zealand naval officer on trial over secret camera in embassy bathroom

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...bassy-bathroom
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...mbassy-toilets
    The crown alleges the motion-activated camera was positioned to capture intimate video recordings of anyone using the toilet, and the case was not one of espionage or spy activity.



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    Trầu âu, vậy là phải đổi tên Hoa Kỳ thành Mông Kỳ: người Mông Kỳ có mặt khắp nơi.

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    Da trắng chụp tì tạch.
    Khoé đen dòm tí teo.

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    Công xúc tu sỉ ma dzờ in Chơ Men Ni!

    Khuyển phân lung tung ị
    Nhân tài lạng quạng chi!




    Tougher action against polluters: 250 euros for spitting out chewing gum
    21.4.2019, 17:09:34



    Anyone who snaps his cigarette on the street or spits a bubble gum on the sidewalk must soon expect hefty fines. In some cities it gets really expensive.

    Higher fines, more controls, larger garbage pails, new reusable systems: Various German cities have recently been working against waste on the streets. In some municipalities of Baden-Wuerttemberg, for example, it will be much more expensive in the future to spit the gum on the ground, to throw away the cigarette butt, or simply to leave the dog feces behind. A new fine catalog of the country now provides for such environmental sins a framework of up to 250 euros. So far, such offenses had been prosecuted only 10 to 20 euros.

    Mannheim has increased the fines in early April to reopen a newly renovated shopping mall. Anyone who throws away a fag in the city in the future, now threatens 75 euros penalty, the disposal of a chewing gum can even cost up to 250 euros. For not rescued dog excrement, the municipality imposed 100 to 250 euros fine.

    The Bavarian city of Augsburg has last increased in June 2018. Since then, she asks everyone who throws garbage on the floor and is caught doing it, with at least 40 euros to checkout. That has shown effect. The situation is better - on streets and squares there is less waste around than before the increase.

    "Apart from punishments, the cities generally oppose the littering and damming of public spaces with other instruments," reports deputy managing director of the German Association of Cities, Verena Göppert. "These include, for example, action days to clean up public spaces and clean-up campaigns." But it must also be clear: "Anyone who deliberately pollutes public areas must also be in charge of it."

    Stuttgart also wants to be cleaner. Because dirt is often not only a problem of aesthetics, says city spokesman Martin Thronberens - but often also for nature. "While smoking, many toxic substances accumulate in the filter, and when tilting ends up in nature, these substances are washed out by rain and enter the groundwater." Also, misplaced chewing gums would often be eaten by small animals and birds who might die from it.

    "Leaving garbage is barely controlled"

    In Stuttgart, therefore, not only the fines rise - for example, for the disposal of tipping or chewing gum to around 100 €. The "Clean Stuttgart" campaign was also launched - for example with larger waste bins. In addition, the municipality has created new jobs in the city enforcement service to catch more garbage sinners in the act - for the first time civil strips are on the way.

    Because many German municipalities are facing a common problem: to catch the environmental frigates, even though the staff is thin. "The throwing and leaving of waste is hardly controlled," says the spokeswoman for the city of Lüneburg, Ann-Kristin Jenckel. There are too few sales representatives for this. Their priority is therefore on other fines within the city.

    In Hanover, the careless spitting out of a chewing gum still costs a moderate ten euros. In the future it should be more expensive. "This is explicitly demanded by politicians," reports the Zweckverband Abfallwirtschaft Region Hannover. The city of 530,000 people struggles with the estimated 20 million disposable cups for to-go drinks consumed annually.

    "So you could cover the more than 6000 square meter Rathausvorplatz one meter high with disposable cups," says association spokeswoman Helene Herich. "A huge waste of valuable resources and thus a significant environmental sin." Therefore, the city cleaning together with city departments decided in the spring of 2017, to establish its own reusable cup system on pledge basis in Hanover, as it is in several other German cities under construction.

    Who spits the most?

    Meanwhile, the Saxon city of Dresden hardness. There, the number of fines imposed for carelessly thrown away garbage has increased rapidly in recent years. In the previous year there were, according to the Ordnungsamt 1439 procedures for waste deposits such as chewing gum or paper cups. Overall, fines totaling about 33,000 euros were imposed.

    In 2017 there were about 960 procedures, in 2016 still 770th In Dresden, someone who spits his gum on the floor, with a Verwarngeld of 20 € expected, reported the Public Order. In individual cases, however, this could also be higher. Repentance should encourage all citizens to respect the set order.

    But who spits the most? A study on so-called littering - the careless throwing away of garbage - revealed that the main offenders are young adults between 18 and 30 years old. However, littering also involves throwing away coffee mugs and cigarette butts. The study, to which the Ministry of the Environment refers, was issued last year by the Association of Municipal Enterprises (VKU). The results are based on a long-term study from 2005 to 2017. The reasons for littering were laziness and lack of education.

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