Anderlecht refuses fine for discriminatory chants

Anderlecht refuses fine for discriminatory chants

RSC Anderlecht on Wednesday refused a fine of 4,000 euros set by the prosecutor of the Belgian football union, URBSFA, for discriminatory chants by supporters at its match against Bruges (2-3) on the 4th of April, the dhnet.be website revealed. URBSFA Spokesman Pierre Cornez confirmed the prosecutor’s request to Belga news agency. The matter will now go before the Disputes Commission, where the club will be able to defend itself. The prosecutor’s request came in reaction to the match official’s report, which mentioned discriminatory chants by Anderlecht supporters at the…

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EU parliament prefers WIFI over 5G for connected cars

EU parliament prefers WIFI over 5G for connected cars

The European Parliament voted on Wednesday in favour (304 against 207) of the older ‘proven’ technology of WIFI to let the cars of the future talk to each other, instead of the new 5G telecom network. Now the Council of Europe, with the 27 member states, has the final say. The European Commission already approved a set of rules favouring ITS-G5 WIFI over cellular phone 5G technology for communication with the connected car of the future. Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc, pleaded that WIFI is “easy to implement and cheap”….

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