Likewise, the doctors of soccer teams stressed la priority to protect the health of footballers and the need to provide “certainty” to the professional work of the medical services of the clubs in each of the phases for the return to professional sports activity.In this sense, the AEMEF announced that will require “specific indications” on the request for preventive evidence subject to the Ministerial Order of the Ministry of Health on April 13, and that it shares one of the requests made by AFE regarding the need to make available to the medical services of one or more specialists in infectious diseases.These specialists in COVID-19 would have the function of carrying out advisory tasks during the execution of the different phases of the protocol. The Spanish Association of Soccer Team Doctors (AEMEF) has asked for clarification on the practice of preventive tests for professional soccer players and the inclusion of specialists who advise the clubs during the protocol of return to training after the break by COVID -19.After the publication of the ‘Basic protocol of action for the return to training and the restart of federated and professional competitions’ by the Higher Sports Council (CSD), the AEMEF recalled the collaborative activities it has maintained with different football organizations to achieve maximum protection of the health of footballers and coaching staff of clubs.Before the publication of the protocol, AEMEF asked the LaLiga to designate a direct contact with the head of the employer’s office to be able to convey doubts during the application of the protocol back to training and the restart of federated and professional competitions.
Ireland AM presenter Ciara Doherty has wed Richard Stearn at a gorgeous ceremony in the Montserrat mountains near Barcelona.Donning an exquisite Orlaith Carroll gown, the Letterkenny native celebrated her wedding day with her 120 guests.Richard popped the question on New Year’s Eve in 2015 while visiting Donegal. The smitten couple are now jetting off for a two-month honeymoon, backpacking around North America and South America.Just collected wedding dress from this gorgeous girl & incredible designer. Will miss our chats Orlaith Carroll @theatticbridal Thx for all pic.twitter.com/nufIukXz7O— Ciara Doherty (@ciarathedoc) August 12, 2017In a column for WeddingsOnline.ie earlier this summer, Ciara says that divine intervention was at play when her then fiancée got moved to her department at TV3. Butterflies soon ensued.“He got transferred within the company and we were thrown together more frequently. I told myself “Not this year sister, you don’t have the time”. I’m obviously a person of my word because within weeks and with only months to go to major exams, we started going out. “And there goes those pesky clichés again… “When you know, you know”. It was simple, straight forward and magic.“Richard was perfect for me and he loved Donegal. Well that clinched it.”Ciara also says that while she was planning her beauty regimen for the big day, Richard had only one piece of advice; “Less is more in the make-up department, please don’t arrive caked in stuff!”When you’re in Barcelona for your wedding and your two besties arrive #wedding pic.twitter.com/j6LmomYTNh— Ciara Doherty (@ciarathedoc) August 21, 2017Ciara was also delighted this week as her little cousin Amy Callaghan represented Donegal in the Rose of Tralee International Festival!“So proud of the little girl I used to babysit,” she tweeted.Ciara Doherty hosts dream wedding in Spain was last modified: August 25th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ciara dohertyIreland AMTV3
Doug Alexander Twitter Facebook Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says tech giant’s problems will take years to fix, if ever February 8, 20195:27 PM EST Filed under News FP Street Facebook may be slapped with a record-setting fine from U.S. regulators over privacy violations Bloomberg News Join the conversation → Reddit 0 Comments More Apple revokes Facebook’s app development credentials after latest data tracking revelations Related Stories Share this storyFacebook faces investigation by privacy commissioner over RBC access Tumblr Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn Email Comment What you need to know about passing the family cottage to the next generation Featured Stories advertisement Sponsored By: Facebook faces investigation by privacy commissioner over RBC access A Facebook spokesman said Royal Bank had the power to read, write and delete private messages by Facebook members, The Tyee reported on Jan. 30 Canada’s privacy commissioner is looking into complaints about whether Facebook Inc. gave Royal Bank of Canada access to private information of users of the social media giant.The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada is investigating complaints from individuals over Royal Bank’s “alleged role in receiving information from Facebook,” Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien said in Ottawa last week in a Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics.“We received two complaints against Facebook in relation to the alleged sharing of users’ private messages with ‘partners’,” Valerie Lawton, spokeswoman for privacy commissioner’s office, said in an email Friday. “One of those complaints referenced certain of those partners, including RBC, with whom they may have shared those messages.” RBC denies having ability to see users’ Facebook messages after NYT report Big tech knows you better than your bank does, and that worries RBC’s CEO Dave McKay Remember the internet of the ’90s? That’s what Canada’s outdated data protection laws were meant to handle The issue stems back to a payments feature Royal Bank developed and offered customers between 2013 and 2015, allowing them to transfer money through Facebook’s messaging system.“The Office of the Privacy Commissioner confirmed that RBC is not under investigation in this matter,” bank spokesman AJ Goodman said in an email. “RBC spoke with the OPC in January about how this service worked but that discussion was not part of a formal investigation into RBC.”Royal Bank’s internal dealings with Facebook surfaced in December as part of a trove of internal correspondence published online by U.K. lawmakers. The Toronto-based bank was also named in a Dec. 19 New York Times report as one of more than 150 companies that were given access to Facebook users’ personal data. Facebook published a statement following that report that said its partnerships or features didn’t give companies access to information without people’s permission, and Royal Bank said separately at the time it didn’t have the ability to see user messages.“RBC’s use of the Facebook platform was limited to the development of a service that enabled clients to facilitate payment transactions to their Facebook friends,” the bank said in its December statement. “We decommissioned the service in 2015 and our limited access, which was used strictly to enable our clients’ payments, ended at that time.”Facebook didn’t immediately respond to an email request for comment.Vancouver-based online publication The Tyee reported on Jan. 30 on Facebook’s dealings with Royal Bank, prompting queries from parliamentarian Charlie Angus to Canada’s privacy commissioner at the Jan. 31 committee meeting in Ottawa.The privacy commissioner is separately investigating Facebook and Cambridge Analytica regarding alleged unauthorized access and use of Facebook user profiles. That investigation, initiated in March last year, is looking into Facebook’s compliance with Canada’s federal private sector privacy law.(An earlier version of this story was corrected to show that Facebook is being investigated.)Bloomberg.com The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada is investigating complaints from individuals on whether Facebook gave Royal Bank access to private information of the social media platform’s users.Cole Burston/Bloomberg ← Previous Next →