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There is no legislation in Germany that explicitly states how long you have to wait in such a situation. First let's look what happened: According to your work contract, you are obligated to be available for work and follow the directions of your employer. Let's not go into nuances of the latter duty, because they depend on what type of work you are doing. ...


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At common law, you must comply with the lawful and reasonable directions of your employer Your employer has directed you to be at the office at a specific time, stay for a period and work at the tasks that form part of your job. In normal circumstances, this is both lawful and reasonable. There may be circumstances where the directions would be unlawful; for ...


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The situation you describe will fall within: Störun­gen des Be­triebs­ab­lau­fes Das Be­triebs­ri­si­ko und das Wirt­schafts­ri­si­ko trägt der Ar­beit­ge­ber. Disruptions in the operational process The employer bears the operational risk and the economic risk. A straitforward answer as to how long you must wait will not be possible, since it will be ...


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There is no requirement that a service company do customer surveys at all, or that it report the results. If they use customer surveys in advertising and the results are falsified or misleading, that might constitute false advertising, and be subject to government enforcement. But if the report survey data as of a particular date, and mentions that date in ...


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Answer for the United States You can leave at any time. However, your employer can discipline you for doing so in most circumstances, including the situation you've described. There is no federal law in the US that allows you to leave without consequences. There may be state laws or union agreements that apply. Most states won't protect you either, but yours ...


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You are confusing economic rights in a computer program with economic rights in a work created using the program. The latter belong to the user of the program, though the rights in works made for hire typically belong to the employer rather than the employee. Suppose for the sake of argument that J. K. Rowling used Microsoft Word to draft her Harry Potter ...


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The EU has banned all pharmaceutical products containing hydroquinone in greater than 1% concentration due to concerns over increased risk of cancer and mercury poisoning with prolonged use. The US has banned all pharmaceutical products containing hydroquinone in greater than 4% concentration, and products over 2% require a prescription.


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You've tagged this as both united-states and european-union, so this answer is about the United States. Before you can "license" someone to do something, you must first have the legal right to prevent them from doing it. Otherwise, your purported "license" is just a worthless piece of paper (technically, you might be able to sell those ...


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The data controller is correct: they can take up to three months (approx. 90 days) to process a request, though this is only allowed in exceptional cases. From Art 12(3) GDPR (emphasis mine): The controller shall provide information on action taken on a request under Articles 15 to 22 to the data subject without undue delay and in any event within one month ...


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This is most likely OK. Yes, this installation involves the processing of personal data by capturing video feeds. However, this is likely covered by a legitimate interest in doing so. And a real-time video feed is less sensitive than the recording of the installation (such as the video you linked) since the feed is only visible to a small number of people ...


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united-states That the inclusion of this copyrighted content was accidental really has no bearing. What matters is that it was included. Ther are several possible outcomes. First of all neither you nor anyone else is under any obligation to notify the copyright owner on the character used. If the owner does not become aware of this, there are no consequences....


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