Dubai airports nix full-body scanners “out of respect for privacy of individuals and personal freedom”

Dubai airports nix full-body scanners “out of respect for privacy of individuals and personal freedom”

Full-body scanners will not be used in Dubai airports because the systems “contradict Islam, and out of respect for the privacy of individuals and their personal freedom,” said the head of the Dubai police force airport security division, in a Dubai newspaper.

McDonalds tell the food Nazis to shove it

McDonalds tell the food Nazis to shove it

At McDonald’s, we listen to what our customers tell us. For the past 30 years they have told us — again, overwhelmingly — that they approve of our Happy Meal program. Three decades provide a lot of listening time. That’s why we are confident that parents understand and appreciate that Happy Meals are a fun treat, with right-sized, quality food choices for their children.

UK Man Fined £1,500 for Having Radio Playing in Business

UK Man Fined £1,500 for Having Radio Playing in Business

Manager Neil Hull had bought a music licence from music royalties body, the Performing Rights Society (PRS), which he believed allowed him to play pop music in public. However, a SECOND royalties collector, the Phonographic Performance Ltd (PPL), told a court that he needed a further music licence from IT to put the radio or CDs on.