Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (IDPC) threw a wrench in the social media giant’s plans to import its Facebook Dating service to the European Union. The Wall Street Journal notes, the commission claims that it did not receive a data processing impact assessment (DPIA) until yesterday. […]
The Emirates stadium with a capacity of 59867 was destroyed by Hurricane Sane Silvas last night. Emirate stadium the home of Arsenal Football Club a.k.a Gunners fell to the superior power from the trio of Bernard Silva, David Silva and Leroy Sane in the match against Manchester City.
The first half of the game saw the gunners run for their lives as three goals had come in a space of 33 minutes with Bernard opening in the 15th minute, shortly followed by David in the 28th minutes and Leroy rounded it up in the 33rd minutes.
The gunners had summoned courage to defend their home from total collapse and fought back to earn them a penalty which Aubumenyang could not convert. He was already a depressed soldier knowing fully well that the battle was already lost.
Repairs are presently going on now to rebuild the stadium for the next battle against Brighton and Hove Albion while Manchester City awaits the next London team Chelsea for another demolition.