Breach en las noticias
Colocaciones de ejemplo
|breach of contract||Incumplimiento de contrato|
|breach of trust||Abuso de confianza|
|data breach||Filtración de datos|
|security breach||Violación de la seguridad|
Modismos y frases →
Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo
· Parts of England could run out of water within 20 years, warn MPs →
“The Environment Agency has prosecuted Thames Water on a number of occasions for breaching the conditions of its permits and allowing sewage to enter rivers from its treatment plants.
· Friday briefing: Working out and staying out as lockdown eases →
Booze run – A man cut through a fence and escaped from quarantine in New Zealand so that he could go and buy some alcohol in the latest breach of isolation facilities in the country.
· Scott Morrison says Australia will halve rate of international arrivals during coronavirus crisis →
The review would consider infection prevention and control training for hotel and security staff, compliance by staff, attribution of cases to hotel quarantine breaches, and provision of support services including medical, mental health social services and financial support.
· A fall or a stumble? Daniel Andrews takes a hit from the second surge →
It has all been part of a winning strategy, just as the Premier’s performances in daily press conferences were working so well for him until the apparent quarantine breaches and lax adherence to social distancing guidelines in the community combined to change things so dramatically.
The New York Times
· In Turkey's Soccer League, the Super Lig's Giants Face a Reckoning →
All four teams have breached UEFA’s financial fair-play regulations in recent years.
· Prince Harry heartbreak: 'Woke' Meghan and Harry at risk of 'fallout' with Royal Family →
The Duchess has accused the Associated Newspapers media company of misuse of private information, copyright infringement and breach of the Data Protection Act.
· Australia to halve numbers of returning citizens as virus surges →
The lockdown will last for six weeks following a surge in coronavirus cases linked to social distancing breaches in hotels where returned travellers were held in quarantine.
· Law Council raises concerns about 'intrusive' questioning powers under ASIO bill →
Human rights groups and the Law Council have warned the proposed laws would infringe on children's fundamental rights, saying the bill is in breach of Australia's international obligations.
· Asia Today: Australia’s Victoria state has record 288 cases →
Victoria, to the south, has banned international arrivals after breaches of hotel quarantine in Melbourne were been blamed for Australia’s only widespread transmission of COVID-19.