Shark attack, threats on the Internet and big Spanish dumpling

White shark – Masashi Agawa / REX / REX / SIPA

The inevitable of 20 minutes, it’s a wealth of information to brighten up your Christmas Eve and good advice not to miss the next few days. And we start directly with the recommendation of the year:

1. The fake off of the day: Should we date an official document from 2020 by writing the whole year to avoid scams?

Her name is Twenty. Two thousand twenty. So don’t write it vulgarly “20” (like 10/05 /20), under penalty of being ripped off by the first margoulin who passes and completes your date (for example 05/10/2030). The recommendation spread quickly on social networks, collecting a volley of thumbs up and as many “Clever, that … I hadn’t thought of it”. But what do we really risk? Our Fake Off service
looked into the matter.

Signing a contract (illustration) – Pixabay

2. The controversy of the day: The future international treaty on Internet freedom divides

On Friday, the UN General Assembly finally adopted a controversial resolution to draft an international treaty that could affect freedom of expression on the Internet. The project, led in particular by Russia and China, worries human rights defenders. But some experts hope to see the birth of an arsenal against tools of mass manipulation. In short, not easy to get an idea so we dug the subject for you …

Does an international UN treaty risk Internet censorship by some governments?
Does an international UN treaty risk Internet censorship by some governments? – 20 Minutes montage with Pixabay / ID 422737 / TheDigitalArtist

3. The big fright of the day: A French woman injured by a shark

Her days are no longer in danger, but she should remember Christmas 2019 for a long time. A 45-year-old French woman bathing in the waters of the Seychelles was seriously injured in a shark attack. Accidents of this type are rare in this part of the Indian Ocean, but they can be dramatic as was the case in 2011.

A shark at sea, illustration
A shark at sea, illustration – Pixabay

4. The “ahah, yes I saw that on Twitter” of the day

Let those who, when filling out their metro ticket, never built a castle in Spain, throw the first stone at Natalia Escuerdo. This Alicante journalist achieved fame on the networks this weekend by becoming the first woman to be stuck in an emotional elevator live on Iberian television. We don’t tell you more, it’s worth a look …

The journalist of the Spanish channel RTVE, Natalia Escuerdo, learned that she had won the live lotto
The journalist of the Spanish channel RTVE, Natalia Escuerdo, learned that she had won the lottery live – screenshot RTVE

5. The video of the day, in two days

Because you can’t take it anymore of 2019, we are showing you directly in 2020 with this latest video. Be careful, the future looks crazy. In particular – and without spoiler of course – if you live in a plastic dome box with salt shaker opening, tight in the middle
other sticks with a padded head.

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