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Less warranty in life insurance
The youth of interest in life insurance accelerates itself. According to a draft Regulation of the Federal Ministry of Finance, life insurers are to be allowed to promise their customers from January 1, 2022 for new contracts a maximum of 0.25 percent annual interest rate. © Armin Weigel / DPA Consumers who complete life insurance in the future must be set to a significantly lower guarantee. Currently, the guarantee rate is 0.9 percent.
For parts of copyrighted plants, new rules apply. Facebook has decided not to show item preview and no picture more with shared content.
Facebook reacts to the entry into force of theFacebook prevents preview and image and announces no preview and no image on links to contents of publishers. It will only be a hyperlink and its title to see
the new law regulates how copyrighted works are to be shared on the Internet. The much controversialis about blocking such content when uploading online platforms.
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individuals can share small cutouts. From this exception, Facebook apparently makes no use for the time being and only shows the link and the title for safety's sake.publishers can decide for themselves
When media companies on Facebook themselves on the links to their articles, however, will continue to see a headline and picture. Because in this case, the publishers would deliberately decide to explain Facebook.
About anGoogle continues to show preview may also allow publisher Facebook to preview a preview of third-party links as usual.
Google goes another path and does not respond for the time being on the new specifications as"We hope to find arrangements here that enable us to continue to provide access to reliable, relevant information safely and at the same time further support journalism in Germany," , after the would have.
Motorcycle Gang Surprises Little Boy at His Lemonade Stand in Wholesome Video .
The bikers, from Mars Hill Charity Riders Biker Group, can be seen lining up to quench their thirst in the front yard of the family home in southside Indianapolis. Video of the event has since garnered four million views and over 200,000 shares.Yohinnest Herrod said his son, Prince, had set up the impromptu drink stand after sharing his ambitions to own a fresh fruit lemonade truck."My son told me that he would like to own his own fresh fruit lemonade truck. I told him that he could do anything he wanted if he put his mind to it," Herrod wrote over a GoFundMe page set up on May 17.