Airbnb announced today a global ban on all private entertainment in spaces booked through Airbnb. Also, at the same time, a limit of a maximum of 16 people (related to rental houses) who can stay in a space that is rented through their platform has been introduced. This ban applies to all future reservations on Airbnb and will remain in force until further notice – emphasize Airbnb. That is why Airbnb has now reacted and banned all accommodation facilities, ie users who rent apartments or houses through their platform, to use them for any entertainment. Clear rules of the game, in order to avoid additional Airbnb plans to initiate certain legal proceedings (although it is not specified which) as well as a ban on the use of Airbnb for users in case of violation of these rules. Although Airbnb’s responsibility is not direct, as they only offer a rental service, simply due to too many negative cases and poor media PR, they decided on this move. Especially in the context because Airbnb is finally going public 8 IPO), so a positive image is extremely important to them. So far, 73 percent of partners have had a clearly indicated ban on organizing any kind of party with more people inside their apartments, respecting the house rules of partners, buildings and every city, Airbnb points out. But there have been more cases, even a trend in America, of renting some houses or apartments for various private parties, which have caused problems because neighbors have complained about house breaches. Earlier this year at one such party, a murder also occurred in California. Now, during the pandemic, a new trend has emerged, especially in Los Angeles, where people, due to the ban on clubs and cafes, organized private parties in houses that were booked through Airbnb, and which were not allowed.
Manchester United poised for £50million transfer move for Ryan Sessegnon Comment Coral BarrySaturday 9 Feb 2019 10:57 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.5kShares Advertisement Advertisement Sessegnon could cost £50m (Picture: Getty)It is unclear who will be in charge at United in the summer, but the frontrunner Mauricio Pochettino has long tracked Sessegnon.Tottenham are just a host of top clubs who want to sign Sessegnon, with Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal all being linked with the Englishman in the last 18 months.MORE: Douglas Costa excites Manchester United fans by liking transfer story Sessegnon is out of favour at Fulham (Picture: Getty)Manchester United want to bring Ryan Sessegnon to Old Trafford in the summer, according to reports.The Fulham youngster is the club’s prized asset, but has seen his playing time decreased under new boss Claudio Ranieri.Ranieri was drafted in to save Fulham from relegation and thinks Sessegnon needs to be more aggressive to win a place back in his side.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityUnited cruised by Fulham and Sessegnon on Saturday with a 3-0 win at Craven Cottage and the Express claim the Red Devils are now plotting a raid on the Cottagers.ADVERTISEMENTUnited are prepared to fork out £50million on a player who they believe is destined for great things.AdvertisementAdvertisementSessegnon is in talks to sign a new long-term deal at Fulham, but is said to be stalling as he considers his future.Fulham are second from bottom, seven points from safety and Sessegnon may be tempted to stay in the Premier League if the Londoners are relegated back into the Championship. (Picture: Getty)Sessegnon has a bright future ahead of him after bursting onto the scene as a 16-year-old before helping fire Fulham into the top flight.The 18-year-old scored 16 goals last term, as well as eight assists, and became the first player born after 2000 to score in the Premier League this season.United think Sessegnon could be a long-term asset and plan to pounce on the uncertainty surrounding the teenager’s future.
National Post 16 June 2014My brother, who is severely handicapped, was once admitted to the hospital for pneumonia. During the few hours my family was not with him, a “do not resuscitate” bracelet was attached to his arm. My mother found out about it by accident when she asked what the purple bracelet was for.I can imagine the assumption: he’s so severely handicapped that we should let the pneumonia kill him. To have my brother die this way would have been absolutely devastating to our family.Bill 52, which ushers in doctor-assisted suicide in Quebec, has been discussed a lot by now. However, no one has addressed how arguments over life and death for loved ones can have lasting effects on family relationships and radically alter family dynamics.My brother survived. Not such a happy ending for Tom Mortier, whose mother was killed by euthanasia in 2012. She was clinically depressed and had cut off contact with her son, contrary to his wishes. Tom found out his mother was dead only when he was called to make arrangements for her body at the morgue.http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2014/06/16/derek-miedema-euthanasia-hurts-families/