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Cyber ​​attacks, removal of Ena, Roland-Garros: mid-day update – France




Home schooling: Cned once again claims to be the target of cyberattacks

This Thursday, the platform “My class at home” du Cned is disturbed for the 3rd consecutive day, following new “cyberattacks” overnight. “Services have gradually returned to normal since 9.45 am and all our teams are mobilized to restore optimal service as quickly as possible,” said the National Center for Distance Learning. According to the Ministry of National Education, theNational Information Systems Security Agency (Anssi) was seized. [Plus d’infos ici]


Macron should announce the removal of Ena

It is a promise dating from the yellow vests crisis which is back on the front of the stage. According to Europe 1, Emmanuel Macron will announce, this Thursday afternoon, during a videoconference with senior civil servants, the abolition of the National School of Administration. Created in 1945 by General de Gaulle to democratize access to the senior civil service, but become a symbol of elitism, Ena would give way to a new school. The president wants more diversified profiles to be able to access it, coming from universities and more almost exclusively from Institutes of Political Studies (Sciences Po). [Plus d’infos ici]

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The ECHR considers compulsory vaccination “necessary in a democratic society”

The European court of human rights (CEDH), seized by parents of children refused by nursery schools, for lack of having been vaccinated in the Czech Republic, considers that compulsory vaccination is “necessary in a democratic society”. “This judgment reinforces the possibility of a compulsory vaccination under conditions in the current epidemic of covid-19”, commented Nicolas Hervieu, lawyer specializing in the ECHR. [Plus d’infos ici]


Covid-19: Bolsonaro excludes any “national confinement”

(AFP)

In Brazil, the second most bereaved country by the pandemic, the fight against the virus is increasingly chaotic: more than 4,000 people have died of covid-19 on Tuesday alone. Fiocruz, which is the benchmark institute for public health, deemed containment “absolutely necessary” to cope with the saturation of hospitals, which are in a “critical” situation in most states. But the far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro, excluded it: “There will be no national containment”, he insisted. [Suivez notre direct]


Roland-Garros postponed for a week

Cyber ​​attacks, removal of Ena, Roland-Garros: mid-day update – France
(AFP)

The Roland-Garros tournament, which was scheduled to run from May 23 to June 6, has been postponed for a week. The main draw will therefore take place from May 30 to June 13, after the qualifiers played from May 24 to 28. This could allow the organizers to accommodate a larger number of spectators if the health restrictions linked to the pandemic are eased. The 2020 edition of Roland-Garros already had been postponed from May to September. [Plus d’infos ici]

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