Air travel – cancellation and penalty fee

That really depends on the type of ticket you bought. It can vary anywhere, from "you do not get anything in return" to "you get everything". Unfortunately it is something different for each ticket.

Your ticket came with "fare rules", which exactly explain the cancellation / exchange / refund rules for the specific type of ticket you purchased. I would recommend finding and reading them. They can be difficult to read, so if you can not understand what it says, post the full text here and we can help you.

Which airlines offer tickets that are fully refundable without penalty?

Most airlines offer some type of reimbursable tickets, but in most cases there is some kind of penalty for refunds, even if it is small.

Which airlines offer tickets (no matter how expensive), where fines are not applied for refunds (up to a point in time before the flight), so you get exactly the same amount reimbursed on your credit card that you paid?

For example, Polish Airlines LOT offers "FULL FLEX" rates, where tickets are refundable without penalty up to 24 hours before the flight. Also the Norwegians (Flex and PremiumFlex rates) seem to be fully refundable up to 30 minutes before the departure time. Any other example?

Jetstar FlexiBiz tickets are fully refundable without penalty, but only as a usable coupon within 6 months, so it is not as good.

Is there any other airline that sells such tickets? Mainly interested in non-US airlines. And I'm not asking about the EE rule. UU That any flight can be refunded 24 hours after purchase.

schengen – Penalty for accidentally staying in Sweden for 1 day? (American citizen)

I stay 90 days in / 90 days out of Sweden constantly to be with my fiance as much as possible while he finishes his studies (only 1 and a half years left, thank God!) We have been doing this dance for the last 2 years and a half.

We booked this trip about 6 months ago, just before my last visit, as we always do. We do this because we like to go a trip ahead to save money and reduce the anxiety of booking tickets on time.

We must have miscalculated because when checking with the Schengen calculator, it means that I am entering 1 day before. Basically, I was 89 days the last time (June 18,2018-September 14,2018) and the day I return (December 13, 2018) will be the 90th day of my stay in Sweden since my last date of entry (June 18) 2018). My timer restarts on December 15, so December 14 will be day 91.

I have been doing my best to comply with the rules and regulations without any intention of infringing or disrespecting Swedish immigration laws, and that would be obvious to anyone who has seen my passport history for the past 2 years or more. . I have not exceeded myself at one time, or if I did it was not intentional or that I know, nor was I informed when entering or leaving Sweden.

However, now that I have found my first mistake, I am absolutely petrified of what the consequences might be when I get to passport control. I hope nothing happens, but I would fully understand it, even if I had to pay a fine. Anything less a travel or deportation ban. Do you think that I would be deported or banned because of a miscalculation (my first in more than 2 years)? I also have a return ticket for March 13, 2019 (90 days after my check-in date) that I can easily submit to the passport control officer if I request it.

I really hope that someone here can reassure me about this situation. I understand that laws are laws and in no way am I immune from following these laws. But do immigration officers tend to allow a small room for maneuver for human error in obvious cases of genuine errors like these?

Please, if someone has any experience with a similar situation, let me know.

All my thanks
Exterior wall

SEO penalty when the content is translated and used in a different blog?

I want to translate articles from my blog in English with a Blog in the Tamil language. The articles would be translated. Could there be a penalty for duplicate content?

Thanks for your support!

dnd 5e – Can a creature with climbing speed through roofs without penalty?

I'm not sure what you're asking here.

Can you hang or cross the roof?

Any creature, with or without climbing speed, can grab onto a roof feature and hang on to it. If the roof is covered with vines, carvings, beams, or has other potential handles, it is up to the DM to determine if the handles can support their weight and what roll (if any) is needed to maintain a grip and / or move through the hand surface on hand.

While most of the climbing rules speak of vertical surfaces, it is quite clear, from our normal understanding of the world, that an action like this would still amount to climbing and would be subject to all the rules related to that. , such as increasing the cost of movement and requiring an athletics run if the surface is challenging. In this case, the speed of ascent works as usual, which allows you to ignore the increase in costs and, potentially, not make runs.

(As examples, I think crossing from something like "monkey bars" on the playground would not require control, or just a minimal CD, while more difficult surfaces, such as a roof covered with vines or move from stalactite to stalactite, they would be much more difficult.)

Can you hang up or climb through a soft Ceiling that lacks handholds or other similar characteristics?

Probably not, unless the source of your ascent rate (or some other rule) specifically says that you can.

For example, him spider rise the spell says

a willing creature you touch gains the ability to move up, down and on vertical surfaces and upside down along roofs

Similarly, the spiders in the Monster Manual share a skill called (again) spider climb, which says:

The spider can scale difficult surfaces, even upside down on ceilings, without the need for a skill test.

The speed of climb of a Simic Hybrid (if I remember correctly) is just an ascent speed that does not include a clause similar to that of a spider, so it would not allow you to cross a roof without something to hold onto.

SEO penalty when the content is translated and used in a different blog?

I want to translate articles from my blog in English with a Blog in the Tamil language. The articles would be translated. Could there be a penalty for duplicate content?

Thanks for your support!

Penalty: What is the duplicate content and how can I avoid being penalized on my site?

Google's duplicate content webmaster guide defines duplicate content (for search engine optimization purposes) as "substantial content blocks within or across domains that completely match other content or are remarkably similar."

The Google guide continues to list the following as examples of duplicate content:

  • Discussion forums that can generate both regular and simplified pages directed to mobile devices
  • Store items displayed or linked through multiple different URLs
  • Versions only for web page printers


Search engines should penalize some cases of duplicate content that are designed to send spam to your search index, such as:

  • Scraper sites that copy content in bulk.
  • Simplistic article rotation techniques that generate "new" content by selectively replacing words in existing content.

When search engines find duplicate content, they can:

  • Penalize a whole site that contains duplicate content. (when spam)
  • Choose a page as a canonical source of the content and reduce the priority or do not index the other page with duplication. (common)
  • Do not take any punitive action and index multiple copies of the content (rare)

Avoid internal duplication.

When asked about duplicate content, Google's Matt Cutts said that it should only hurt if it is seen as spam, however, many webmasters use the following techniques to avoid unnecessary duplication of content:

  • Make sure that the content is only accessible under a canonical URL
  • If your site must return the same content in several URLs (for example, for a "print view" page), specify a canonical URL manually with a link element in the header of the document
  • In cases where your site returns similar content based on parameters encoded in the URL (for example, sorting a product catalog), exclude URL parameters in Webmaster Tools.

Syndication of contents

Publishing content on your site that has been published elsewhere is called content syndication. The creation of duplicate content through content syndication may be correct:

  • While you have permission to do it
  • You tell your users what the content is and where it comes from.
  • You link to an original source (a direct link to the original content of the page with the copy, not just a link to the homepage of the site where the original can be found)
  • Its users find it useful
  • It has something to add to that content, so users prefer to find that content on their site than elsewhere. (Comment or criticism for example.)
  • It also has enough original content on its site (at least 50% original, but ideally 80% original)

While Google does not penalize for each instance of duplicate content, even non-penalized duplicate content may not help you get visits:

  • You are competing with all the other copies that are out there
  • It is likely that Google prefers the original source of content and the most reliable copy of the content.

Google will penalize duplicate content posted on your website from other sources if:

  • It seems to be scraped or stolen (especially without attribution).
  • Users do not react well (especially when clicking on go back to Google after visiting your site).
  • There are so many copies there that there is no reason to send users to your copy.
  • Your copy is not the original, the most reliable or the most useful; and has no comments or criticism.
  • Your site does not have enough original content to balance all republished content.
  • Duplicate pages so often within your own site that Googlebot has trouble crawling the entire site.

Internationalization and Geo Targeting

Content localization is an area in which the duplication of content can be beneficial for SEO. It is perfectly correct to publish the same content in sites aimed at different countries that speak the same language. For example, you can have a site in the USA. UU., A site in the United Kingdom and a site in Australia, all with the same content.

With a site for each country, it is generally possible to rank better for users in that country. In addition, it is possible to specifically address users in each country with small differences in spelling, prices in the currency of the country or options for sending products. For more information on setting up geo-targeting websites, see How should I structure my URLs for SEO and localization?

Deal with content scrapers

Other sites that steal your content and republish it without permission can cause duplicate content problems for your site. Search engines work hard to make sure that it is difficult for scraper sites to benefit from duplicating their content. If a scraper site is causing you problems, then the Google index site may be removed when you submit a DMCA request to Google

Is the death penalty a deterrent? Ted Bundy and others of his knew they could face death and still did what they did.

How many crazy answers do we have about "when they are dead, that discourages them from killing again". Sheesh …

Anyway, to get to the point, if ANY punishment was an impediment, why are the prisons so full? If everyone thought "I will be punished if I do this not to do it", there would be no work for the criminal courts, right?

Look, the average delinquent is not thinking clearly at that moment, he's planning not to be caught, it's just his lifestyle of the people he's with or has a mental illness. You may be surprised at how many inmates HAVE a mental condition, it is A LOT. So, where does deterrence come in? He does not

So forget it. Concentrate on the punishment and a life sentence is mentally more unpleasant. When you are executed, all your problems end, so why give them the easy way out?

And learn what it really means "of that type". It does not mean "people of the same type".


Eliminating links in criminal penalty. [on hold]

I was wondering what links should be rejected in SEO? There is a% penalty risk. How high should it be to tolerate and when should I start removing those links?