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Nokia 9 launch reportedly delayed to 2019 due to camera issues

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first_imgHMD Global is all set to launch the Nokia 8.1 in India today at an event in New Delhi today. Alongside the Nokia 8.1, several reports had previously hinted that HMD will also be launching the Nokia 9 by the end of this year. But now, in contrary to all the past reports, a new one reveals that the launch of the Nokia 9 may have been delayed for some more time. The penta rear camera Nokia phone is now expected to launch in 2019.The details of the delayed launch of the Nokia 9 come from the German website that goes by the name Winfuture.de. The report states that HMD Global’s head of German PR, Britta Gerbracht has confirmed the new information. Gerbracht in an interview revealed that the next high-end Nokia phone will be launching in 2019. Gerbracht, reportedly, also mentioned the name “Nokia 9”. So, why has the Nokia 9 launch been delayed?The report suggests that it is because of some technical issues in the camera of the Nokia 9. Rumours so far have revealed that the Nokia 9 will come with penta camera setup on the rear panel. In fact, the Nokia 9 is said to be the first ever phone from any smartphone manufacturer to come with five cameras on the rear panel. The key highlights of the Nokia 9 will be its camera set up, and the company wants to be the best in this regards. But according to the new report from the German website, the initial camera results of the Nokia 9 haven’t been all that great, hence the decision of delaying the launch.advertisementIt is important to note that HMD Global is yet to officially talk about the launch of Nokia 9. But considering the rumours circulating on the internet, it won’t be very wrong to say that the launch of the Nokia 9 is nearing. The smartphone has been subjected to several leaks and rumours and almost all of them suggest that the Nokia 9 is expected to be the first phone from HMD to carry the PureView branding with it, something that was earlier seen on the original Nokia phones.ALSO READ | Nokia 8.1 India launch set for today: Specs and expected priceBesides the five cameras on the rear panel, rumours suggest that the Nokia 9 or the Nokia 9 PureView will be powered by Snapdragon 845 chipset paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The smartphone – as rumours reveal – will sport a 6-inch display. On the front, the Nokia 9 is said to include only one camera setup.last_img read more

History’s Greatest Bikes are Headed to the 10th Annual Quail Motorcycle Gathering

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first_img A Breakdown of All the Major Types of Car Racing Welcome to Funner, California (Yes, It’s a Real Place) Behold the World’s Most Adventure-Ready Electric Motorcycle Classic car lovers are spoiled by events throughout the calendar year as history’s greatest vehicles circuit around the globe. This past August, The Manual indulged in a number of prestigious automotive events — all located in Monterey, California. One of our favorite showcases was also one of the newer displays: The Quail Motorsports Gathering. Perhaps a quarter the size of Pebble Beach’s Concours D’Elegance, and featuring vehicles of a more contemporary median age, The Quail has become a must-visit for Monterey Car Week attendees.But car lovers aren’t the only ones to benefit from The Quail’s hosting talents. For the last 10 years, the world’s rarest, fastest, and most beautiful motorcycles have rolled onto the Quail Lodge’s perfectly manicured grounds – just three months before Carmel turns into car county, USA.The Quail Motorcycle Gathering will return in May 2018 with more bike marques and classes than ever before – including more than 300 classic motorcycles. Everything from cutting-edge electric bikes to pre-war restorations will share a field and unite enthusiasts young and old. This year, The Quail will also honor Arlen Ness, who is credited with building the chopper and show bike industry. Arlen, his son, and his grandson will display the Ness Museum’s most unique motorcycles at the show.“The Quail Motorcycle Gathering is proud to present these new special classes for our 2018 show,” said Gordon McCall, director of motorsports for The Peninsula Signature Events. “We love the idea of featuring bikes that not only pay homage to the timeless purity of motorcycling, but also give insight into the future of the motorcycle industry. We are also thrilled to feature some of the wildest bikes ever built straight from the minds — and collection — of the Ness family, who are legends both in the bike world and here in Northern California.”The 10th annual event is scheduled for May 5 and pre-sale tickets are available now at Quail Lodge Events. Food, drinks, and parking is included. Oh, and if you’re local (or looking for an excuse to ride across country), The Quail includes valet service for anyone who rides their motorcycle to the event.As is often the case with these types of gatherings, the cars and bikes in the parking lot are almost as cool as the event itself! Editors’ Recommendations There’s Never a Bad Time to Visit Whistler, the Four-Season Outdoor Playground 6 Fastest Cars in the World Right Nowlast_img read more

Nova Scotians Deck the Halls with LEDs

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first_imgMore Nova Scotians will be trimming trees and decking halls with energy-efficient holiday lighting, thanks to Conserve Nova Scotia and Nova Scotia Power. Over the next few weeks, 41 holiday light exchanges will be held at tree-lighting ceremonies in participating communities provincewide. Nova Scotians looking to save energy, money and reduce greenhouse-gas emissions can bring in two sets of incandescent holiday lights to exchange for one set of energy-efficient light emitting diode (LED) lights. “Nova Scotians are looking for ways to save energy and money during the holiday season and year-round,” said Richard Hurlburt, Minister responsible for Conserve Nova Scotia. “Last year, we had a very successful program with more than 5,600 sets of energy-efficient LED holiday lights exchanged across 23 communities. This year, we’re extremely pleased to see 18 more communities come on board.” LED lights are so energy efficient that you can power more than 100 LED lights using the same amount of electricity required by one traditional glass bulb. “Our customers want to conserve energy and we know that switching to LED lights will help them do that immediately,” said Rob Bennett, president and CEO of Nova Scotia Power. “There has been tremendous participation in previous LED holiday light exchanges and we’re expecting this year’s program to be even more successful.” Since the program was launched in 2005, more than 21,000 sets of traditional incandescent holiday lights have been exchanged for energy-efficient LEDs. LED holiday lights last at least 10 times longer than traditional bulbs, they are durable and safe since they contain no glass and produce little heat, reducing the risk of fire. All 55 towns and municipalities in Nova Scotia were invited to participate in the LED holiday light exchange program. The exchange is limited to one set of LED lights per person and will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Conventional lights collected at the exchanges will be recycled. Nova Scotia Power has been producing and delivering electricity to Nova Scotians for more than 80 years. Today, Nova Scotia Power’s more than 1,600 employees are responsible for supplying more than 97 per cent of the generation, transmission and distribution of electrical power to 470,000 customers in the province. Nova Scotia Power is the largest wholly owned subsidiary of its parent company, Emera Inc. Under the Environmental Goals and Sustainable Prosperity Act, Nova Scotia has a goal of reducing greenhouse-gas emissions by 2020 to at least 10 per cent below 1990 levels.last_img read more

The humble and powerful Elijah Harper will be missed

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first_imgBy Melissa RidgenAPTN National NewsWinnipeg – For a man who stood for unity, inclusiveness and equality for all Canadians, it was fitting that this evening, RCMP officers in red serge and Winnipeg Police in full dress uniform stood side-by-side with chiefs in head dresses and lay people from all walks of life to pay final respects to the bridge-builder, Elijah Harper.The funeral at Winnipeg’s Glory and Peace Church was a much more intimate affair than the stately gathering held at the Manitoba Legislature earlier in the day.Some 200 people at the evening service heard personal stories about what Harper meant to friends and loved ones, to Aboriginal people, and to the history of Canada.“There is nobody else who has been called to the role Elijah Harper was called to,” said elder Ed Wood. “Elijah carried out the duties and responsibilities of his calling with strength and courage. When you think of Elijah, think of the eagle feather he showed us years ago as a symbol of strength and unity we continue to receive from his life.”Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Grand Chief Derek Nepinak described Harper as an early political role model who later became a friend.“He was a humble and powerful man and we will miss him. The creator has taken back his gift he gave to us,” Nepinak said.On behalf of northern Manitoba chiefs, Grand Chief David Harper said Harper stood for “inclusivity and equality for all Canadians. He stood against distinct society for Quebec.”Earlier in the day, thousands poured into the halls of the Manitoba Legislature to pay final respects to a man whose impact on history was greater than the humility and simplicity that friends and family say embodied Harper.Singing and drumming echoed through the building as an honour guard and First Nations dignitaries greeted those who came to say goodbye and thank you to the man they say dedicated his life to fighting for his people in a quiet but powerful way.“Elijah not only advanced the issues of First Nations people but built bridges with the non-Aboriginal community. He used his personality to really engage people in the issues and make people care,” said Manitoba Aboriginal Affairs Minister Eric Robinson.Harper found himself in the national spotlight in 1990 when as an NDP MLA, he stood in the Manitoba legislature, an eagle feather in hand, and refused with a simple “no” to support the Meech Lake Accord. The package to gain Quebec’s acceptance of the Constitution Act of 1982 was not, he said, negotiated with input of Aboriginal people. And so began a filibuster that ultimately prevented the Manitoba Assembly from ratifying the accord and it died on paper.“The spirit Elijah had in this legislature continues today,” said Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger. “He was a humble person very focused on the needs of his people. Not at all flashy, but he spent his entire life working on issues affecting his people and he did so in the context of being a Canadian.”First Nations leaders from across the country stood in line with regular folks who battled gusty winds and driving rain to pay their respects. Harper’s nephew Clifford Harper, said it was a fitting tribute to a true leader.“Elijah’s dad prayed for him every day his son would make a difference and he sure did,” said Clifford Harper, who traveled with his wife and daughters from their home community of Red Sucker Lake in northern Manitoba to Winnipeg. “His purpose in life was to unite people. That’s the beauty of his life.”Harper died May 17 in Ottawa from cardiac arrest caused by diabetes complications, his family said in a statement.“Five hours after he passed away, an earthquake happened in the Ottawa Valley not far from Meech Lake. I believe from the bottom of my heart that it wasn’t a coincidence,” said Clifford Harper, referring to the 5.2-magnitude quake that hit Friday at 9:43 a.m.Harper’s final resting place will be back at the home he loved on the Red Sucker Lake First Nation.He will be buried there Thursday.Mridgen@aptn.calast_img read more

Breach of public trust

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first_imgOn May 6, the Panel of Judges appointed by Justice S.A. Bobde of the Supreme Court exonerated Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi of all allegations of sexual harassment levelled by an ex-employee of the Supreme Court and found ‘no substance’ in the woman’s complaint. The Committee comprised of Justice S.A. Bobde, Justice Indu Malhotra and Justice Indira Bannerjee, submitted its report to Supreme Court. However, astonishingly, the Committee did not give a copy of the report to the Complainant, citing an old case of Indira Jaising v. Supreme Court of India (2003) 5 SCC 494, wherein it was held that report of Committee constituted as part of the In-House Procedure, is not liable to be made public. But the same Committee thought it fit to give a copy of the report to the Chief Justice, against whom allegations of sexual harassment was made. Thus, curtains came down on the first part of the bizarre Kafkaesque drama that unfolded before the public in the last two weeks. On April 19 this year, the complainant, a 35-year-old ex-employee of the Supreme Court, sent an affidavit to 22 Judges of the Supreme Court complaining of sexual harassment and gross victimisation of her entire family at the hands of the Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi. It was a detailed affidavit, with 22 Annexures, including video recordings as well as referring to lots of witnesses. On April 20, in an unprecedented way, the Chief Justice set up a special bench comprising himself, Justice Arun Mishra and Justice Sanjiv Khanna, and lambasted the complainant, calling her names, casting aspersions on her credibility, citing ‘criminal antecedents’, and saying this was a ‘threat to judicial independence’. Though Chief Justice Gogoi sat on the bench, he did not sign the order passed that day, which was signed only by the other two judges, and was completely illegal in nature. Besides, the said hearing violated all the procedures known to law, including no one should be condemned without being heard, and one cannot be a judge in one’s own cause. Chief Justice Gogoi’s action of setting up the bench and seeking to destoy the complainant’s credibility was condemned by all, including the Supreme Court Bar Association, and the Supreme Court Advocates on Record Association. However, the drama had actually just begun. Owing to widespread criticism of how the complaint was initially handled, the second senior-most judge, Justice S.A. Bobde, was asked to handle the issue. On April 23, Justice Bobde constituted a committee of himself, Justice N.V. Ramanna, and Justice Indira Banerjee to look into the allegations, but there was no clarity on the procedure to be followed. If it were a committee formed in accordance with the In-House procedure, then whether it has jurisdiction over the Chief Justice of India was a question. If it were committee under the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013, then it has to follow all the rules laid down therein, including the Presiding person to be a woman. Further, the Complainant objected to the inclusion of Justice Ramanna, owing to his proximity to the Chief Justice, and Justice Ramanna justifiably recused himself, and Justice Indu Malhotra was inducted. It was hoped that with two women judges, the complaint would be handled in a sensitive and victim-friendly manner. However, the Committee failed to follow any procedural safeguards required in a sexual harassment enquiry. The Complainant was not allowed to bring a lawyer or a support friend, despite the fact that the allegations were made against the Chief Justice of India, and the Committee Judges were all junior to him. Further, the Complainant stated that the stress of last 6 months had a severe impact on her physical and mental health, resulting in loss of hearing in one ear, and she could not hear the judges properly and need a support person. Both her requests were denied, and she was constantly asked why she took so long to make the complaint. The Complainant realised that the Committee was not working towards securing justice to her, but to save the Chief Justice, and accordingly, she decided to withdraw from the proceedings on April 30, 2019. Unfazed, the Committee proceeded ex-parte, and continued with its ‘enquiry’, which resulted in the ‘clean chit’ on. It also believed that not all judges agreed with this complete violation of substantive and procedural due process. On May 2, Justice D.Y. Chandrachud is believed to have written to Justice S.A. Bobde that the Committee should not proceed with its enquiry in the absence of the Complainant, and should accept the Complainant’s request for a lawyer to be present or appoint an amicus in the case. It is still a solace to see one judge speaking out in the face of a judicial massacre of the principles of natural justice. The crisis that is plaguing the judiciary since last few years and reached enormous heights resulting in the press conference by four judges on January 12, 2018 has now totally engulfed the Apex Court. The present case has shown that the judiciary is now operating outside the bounds of the Constitution, and in complete cohorts with a majoritarian Executive. If the judges of Supreme Court act in a manner prejudicial to the rule of law and principles of justice then what hope does a common citizen have? Most important, this case has come to light few months after the #MeToo movement took place in India, and honest discussions on sexual harassment at the workplace started happening. What message the Supreme Court is sending out to the other powerful men in different places? That they can sexually harass with impunity? That law cannot touch the high and mighty? If the Supreme Court judges can violate each and every tenet of its own landmark judgment in Vishaka v. State of Rajasthan (1997) and the SHW Act, then why expect the Internal Complaint Committees in other workplaces to function better. As it is often said, the Supreme Court functions on the basis of the public trust in the judiciary. That trust is now almost broken. If the Court as an institution does not wake up now and rebuild the trust by conducting a fair and independent enquiry into the Complainant’s case, there will be no public left to do justice for. (Views expressed are strictly personal)last_img read more

Nonresource sectors send TSX modestly higher even as oil closes below US60

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TORONTO — The Toronto stock market rebounded to a modest advance Thursday as investors picked over some stocks, mainly in the non-resource sectors, that were indiscriminately sold off in a string of huge declines this week that sent the TSX into correction territory.The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 52.17 points at 13,905.12 after a 343-point plunge Wednesday that left the TSX down 12 per cent from its mid-summer highs. A drop of 10 per cent or more from recent highs is considered a correction.Energy stocks have been the biggest casualty of the rout on the TSX as oil prices have fallen about 40 per cent since summer. The sharp decline has been sparked by lower demand prospects and an overabundance of crude oil, thanks in large part to surging shale production in the U.S. and a refusal by OPEC to cut production to support prices.But the sell-off has also involved non-resource sectors as investors try to gauge the extent of damage that could be caused to the Canadian economy by the sharp fall in oil prices.“(The U.S. and Canadian) economies seem to be chugging along and, outside of the negativity on oil, there really doesn’t seem to be any other negative data prints,” said Kevin Headland, director of the portfolio advisory group at Manulife Asset Management.“So the fact that other sectors have been selling off along with energy names really didn’t make much sense. And a low oil price can be positive for many, many other sectors, especially when you look at retail spending and input costs to manufacturing.”Positive TSX sectors included industrials, ahead 0.65 per cent, telcos up 2.25 per cent and consumer discretionaries, which gained 1.3 per cent.The Canadian dollar fell 0.36 of a cent to a 5 1/2 year low of 86.75 cents US.A solid U.S. retail sales report for November also helped push markets higher.New York’s Dow Jones industrials gained 63.19 points to 17,596.34. The Nasdaq rose 24.13 points to 4,708.16 and the S&P 500 index was 9.19 points higher at 2,035.33.U.S. retail sales perked up in November with the start of the holiday shopping season, rising 0.7 per cent, led by online buying and purchases of autos, clothing and electronics.Crude oil prices closed at a fresh, five-year low under US$60 a barrel.The January crude contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell 99 cents to US$59.95 a barrel, adding to a loss of almost $3 racked up Wednesday after OPEC cut its forecast for global demand for the cartel’s oil.The much-battered energy sector retreated another 0.31 per cent and now is down about 30 per cent year to date in a sell-off that has lumped high-quality, low-cost producers with companies that are more vulnerable to low oil prices because of higher debt and production costs.Many energy companies have been reacting to sharply lower oil prices by cutting capital spending estimates. Cenovus Energy (TSX:CVE) joined that group Thursday as the company announced it was cutting 2015 capital spending to between $2.5 billion and $2.7 billion, down about 15 per cent from 2014 levels. Its shares slipped 30 cents to $20.80.The gold sector shed 1.28 per cent with February bullion down $3.80 to US$1,225.60 an ounce.The base metals sector fell 1.65 per cent even as March copper edged up three cents to US$2.92 a pound. read more

Frontier oilsands mine panel ordered to consider impact on world heritage site

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CALGARY — The federal-provincial panel conducting an environmental review of the proposed Frontier oilsands mine project in northern Alberta has been ordered to consider its impact on Wood Buffalo National Park as requested by the UN’s World Heritage Committee.In a report in March based on a visit to the 45,000-square-kilometre park, a world heritage site since 1983, the UN agency warned of risk from industrial development and said the park could be designated “in danger” if Canada didn’t implement 17 recommendations.It set a deadline of February 2018 for Canada to show its plan to meet those recommendations and another deadline of December 2018 to show progress.According to the report, the Frontier project would move oilsands development closer to the southern boundary of the park, increasing the risk that it and its herd of wood bison might be affected by leaks and spills from tailings ponds and other water and air pollution.The panel is to consider potential environmental effects of the project on the value of the world heritage site, including the Peace-Athabasca Delta, and address it in a separate chapter of its report.Project proponent Teck Resources (TSX:TECK) has said oil production at the 260,000-barrel-per-day Frontier won’t take place until 2026 at the earliest. read more

Concerned over Zimbabwes lack of adequate food Annan urges new land reform

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“As the risk of famine looms, I believe that a successful, sustainable land reform programme that will benefit all the people of Zimbabwe, especially the landless poor, is more important than ever,” Mr. Annan said in a statement released during an official visit to Angola.Stressing that there could be no lasting solution to the current problems unless the Government of Zimbabwe implements a “phased and fully funded” land reform programme, the Secretary-General said the effort must be run according to the rule of law while allowing for proper training and adequate support to new small farmers as well as compensation to displaced farm workers and commercial farmers.”Such a land reform programme is urgently needed in order to minimize the negative effects of the current situation on food production and the overall economy in Zimbabwe,” he said, adding, “It would also ensure the engagement and future support of the international community.”The statement noted that the UN is already fully engaged in a comprehensive humanitarian effort to ensure adequate food supplies in Zimbabwe and to help the country’s neighbours withstand the impact of the recent drought.While thanking those governments that have already contributed to this effort, he appealed to the international community to send urgently needed food and other assistance to the region. “I also urge governments in the region and donors to avoid politicization of food aid,” the Secretary-General said. read more

UN agencies report improved security in Iraq but concerns remain

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United Nations relief agencies in Iraq, which have long been alarmed at the lawlessness hampering their activities, today reported “a significant improvement,” but still warned that public security remained a top concern. “All information received reported a significant improvement of public security and decrease of night shooting,” Veronique Taveau, spokesperson for the Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq, told a briefing in Baghdad. “A great number of weapons and ammunition is seized every day. The number of Iraqi police stations is increasing.” But, she added: “Even though more shops remain open late, security remains on top of our concerns, more and more Iraqi people keep firearms in their homes and shops. Crime rate is still high and pressures of fundamentalist Islamic groups are reported growing dramatically in Baghdad.” Meanwhile, the top UN envoy in Iraq, Sergio Vieira de Mello, continued his “familiarization” meetings to define the world body’s role in the country’s reconstruction. Today, on his third full day in Baghdad, Mr. Vieira de Mello, Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s Special Representative, met informally with a group of 15 Iraqi professionals, including lawyers, judges, journalists, economists, human rights advocators, from various background including Sunnis and Shiites, Kurds and Christians. Members of the group emphasized their desire to see the UN assisting Iraq in a number of areas such as the political process leading to a representative government; reconstruction; rehabilitation of the infrastructure; provisions of food supplies and other humanitarian services; the amelioration of standards of living throughout the country; the issue of gender equality; and improving conditions for youth. They also stressed the need for justice and reform of the judicial system. Briefing them on the Security Council resolution that established his mandate, Mr. Vieira de Mello stressed that the UN role is to help the Iraqi people participate effectively in rebuilding their country. He particularly emphasized the promotion of human rights and the role of women in promoting peace, unity, stability and justice. He further explained that decision-making rested with the United States-run provisional Authority, and offered to convey the concerns of the Iraqis to the US Civilian Administrator, Paul Bremer, with whom he later met. On the humanitarian front, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is working with Iraq’s Civil Defence Organization (CDO) to deal with tens of thousands of unexploded ordinance (UXOs) – coalition cluster bombs dropped during the war and Iraqi munitions stored in public places such as schools – which have already killed or injured hundreds of children around the country. A single hospital, Al-Noor General in Al-Sho’la district, has treated well over 60 children who have been seriously injured or killed by UXOs since the end of the war, their injuries ranging from severe burns to the face, hands and bodies, to amputations and gaping stomach and face wounds, spokesman Geoffrey Keele said. UNICEF and CDO have devised a rapid assessment procedure for identifying areas contaminated by UXOs and munitions, finding contaminated sites all over Baghdad’s 24 civil defence districts in its initial run. The US military is to send teams to clear contaminated areas. For its part, the World Food Programme (WFP) reported that food distribution was proceeding smoothly since resuming on 1 June. WFP has brought in about 440,000 tons to replenish the food distribution system – enough to feed the whole Iraqi population for one month. The actual distribution is carried out by thousands of Iraqi food agents. read more

UN warns severe malaria outbreak set to strike Ethiopia

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The UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) issued a statement in New York today saying that, after malnutrition, malaria will be the biggest health problem for Ethiopia over the next year.High rates of malaria infections are already being reported in the Amhara, Oromia, Southern Nations, Nationalities and People Regional state (SNNPR) and Tigray regions of Ethiopia, prompting the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to distribute $700,000 of medicines to those regions, with another $500,000 of medicines to follow.The UN World Health Organization (WHO) has supplied drugs and laboratory supplies, while UNICEF has ordered 56,000 insecticide-treated nets to be distributed in the hardest-hit areas and also offered cash support for local anti-malarial activities.OCHA says malaria epidemics tend to occur in cycles of five to eight years in Ethiopia, and this year’s high rainfall – which followed a two-year drought that affected 13 million people across the country – has created the conditions for intense transmission of the disease.UN agencies report that the problem is exacerbated by a lack of anti-malarial medicines, malnutrition, population re-settlement and the collapse of regular vector control activities. read more

Ohio State mens soccer to put win streak on the line against

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Sophomore defender Tyler Kidwell (12) fights for the ball during a game against Michigan State on Oct. 4 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU won, 3-2.Credit: Ed Momot / For The LanternFresh off a pair of wins over top-20 opponents, the Ohio State men’s soccer team is set to take on an unranked foe.The Buckeyes (4-3-3, 2-1-0) shook off a three-game losing streak to defeat then-No. 5 Louisville on the road Sept. 30 before returning home to top then-No. 17 Michigan State on Saturday.“We just never stopped fighting,” senior midfielder Yianni Sarris said. “Our confidence was a little down after three straight losses, but we came back on top and got two huge wins.”Sarris scored a goal in each of the two wins, including the lone goal against Louisville. The senior was named OSU Athlete of the Week in recognition of his performance.OSU is now set to take its newfound confidence to Rochester, Mich., to take on the Oakland Grizzlies (2-5-1) on Wednesday night.Oakland began the regular season with five straight losses. However, it has turned it on since beginning Horizon League play, going 2-0-1 in its last three.“They’re a team that’s starting to gain some belief and gain some momentum right now,” OSU coach John Bluem said. “They’re looking to get a big win and we’re the next big team coming to town.”Bluem said he has made it clear since the Michigan State game ended that his team shouldn’t overlook Oakland and fall into a trap of sleepwalking through what could be seen as an easy win.“We talked about it right after the game the other night when we got in the huddle, we talked about how this is a tricky game coming up,” Bluem said. “We’ll try to make them realize that this is a pretty good team you’re up against.”Bluem stressed that if the team hopes to receive an NCAA Tournament bid, it cannot let down against teams like Oakland, regardless of whether OSU is able to defeat ranked opponents.Sarris said he understands the importance of not overlooking Oakland or any other opponent on the schedule.“For what we know right now, it’s our biggest game of the season,” Sarris said. “We can’t take any opponent lightly, so we’re going to go out there and get the ‘W.’”Bluem echoed his senior’s attitude with the mantra he stresses to the team.“The important thing for this team to realize is, one game at a time,” Bluem said. “The next most important game of the season is Wednesday night, and after that, the next most important game of the season is the next one.“We’re not just going to show up and people are going to quit, we need to be at our very best to win games,” Bluem continued. “And if we do that, there’s a chance this team is going to make the NCAA Tournament this year.”Last week’s win in Louisville, Ky., ended a long winless streak in non-neutral away matches dating back to 2012, a streak of 13 games.“Playing on the road is difficult compared to playing at home because you’re used to playing at home, you’re comfortable playing here,” junior defender Liam Doyle said. “Going into the unknown makes it really tough.”OSU has faced Oakland in three of the last four seasons, with the Buckeyes defeating the Grizzlies in each of the three meetings. Last season OSU blew out Oakland, 4-0, in Columbus.Doyle said the Buckeyes’ recent success has the entire team confident moving forward.“I think right now we’re as good as we’ve been all year,” he said. “Everyone’s playing well, the confidence is high, so I think we’re the best we’ve been this season.”After the game at Oakland, OSU is set to return home to take on No. 10 Indiana on Sunday. That game is scheduled to kick off at 2 p.m. at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. read more

Blue Jackets dropping the flag

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“We can’t worry about that,” Umberger said. “We just have to go play hard every night and give them a reason to come.” Coach Scott Arniel said getting people in the seats comes down to one thing — winning — which the Jackets have not done enough of on their home ice in recent years. “Obviously we want more people, and there is no doubt about that,” defenseman Marc Methot said. “But the only way we’re going to do so is by winning more games at home. We’ve got to make these games exciting and we have to win them, and that’s the bottom line right now.” The Jackets might be on their way. Winners of three of their last four games, two of which were home victories, Columbus hosted its second-largest home crowd of the year during Monday night’s win against Philadelphia. Even with the relatively low attendance, Jackets players and coaches said those who do come have created an exciting atmosphere. “I don’t know what the crowd was. I think I heard 11,000. Well, that was a loud 11,000,” Arniel said following Monday’s game. “That place was rocking right up until the very end.” In the end, it all comes back to the scoreboard. Although the team might be a long way off from its 58-game home sellout streak achieved from 2000-02, Arniel said if his team continues to take care of business on the ice, the attendance will take care of itself. “We put ourselves in this sort of situation and we’re going to have to work ourselves out,” Arniel said. “We can’t do anything about that other than try to have success, play hard here and win hockey games, and people will come back through the door.” Nationwide Arena has been a sea of blue on recent game days for the Blue Jackets. But the arena’s hue isn’t caused by swarms of local hockey fans donning Blue Jackets jerseys — it’s caused by thousands of empty blue seats. Despite attracting a sellout crowd of 18,305 fans for their home opener against the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks, attendance numbers have gradually diminished in recent years. Posting losing records in each of their first four seasons in the NHL, the Jackets averaged 17,300 people at home games during that span. In the last three seasons, that number has dipped to 15,600. In the last three home games — in which the Blue Jackets have been outscored 13-9 — the number has taken a nose-dive. The team has not filled more than 12,000 seats since opening night, despite a 5-3 record and a 1-0 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday. Jackets goalie Mathieu Garon understands why fans haven’t been running to fill Nationwide Arena. “You can’t blame them for not coming,” Garon said. “When you play the way we played two out of the three games so far this year, it’s hard to get the fans.” The dearth of fans was most poignant Oct. 20, when the team drew a franchise-low turnout of 9,802 fans against the Anaheim Ducks. That’s just more than half the arena’s capacity. In an attempt to combat low attendance numbers, Blue Jackets director of business communications Karen Davis said the team offers a variety of ticket packages and promotions. “Obviously the crowds have been light after the sold-out opening night, but our goal is to offer a ticket option that fits every fan’s needs — from single-game buyers to full-season ticket holders,” Davis said in an e-mail. “In addition to the core of season-long promotions, we are also offering partial-season plans starting at just three games, and it goes up from there.” Although the organization might be concerned with the modest turnouts, left wing R.J. Umberger said it isn’t something for the team to get caught up in. read more

Atlas Copco introduces four 1000 W HID light tower with vertical hydraulic

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first_imgAtlas Copco has launched the newest addition to its range of light towers. The QLT H50 uses four 1,000 W metal halide lamps to deliver reliable lighting even in extreme conditions, improving safety at night. “Its robust construction and components ensure optimal safety, operation and manoeuvrability,” the company says. The vertical hydraulic mast has a maximum height of 9 m and 340° rotation. Four stabilisers ensure safety and support.Whereas other light towers only have an on/off button, the QLT H50 has an integrated control panel. The Lc 1003 controller is built into the canopy to avoid contact with hot or moving parts during operation. It sequences the start-up of each lamp to minimise the typical risk of alternator and ballast failures. Pulse and Pause Ballast technology is used to prevent lamp filament damage through ballast pulse repetition. The unit has been developed to be robust and versatile for any mining worksite.Key elements of the light tower, including pulleys, steel cables, cable clamps and lifting beam, have been certified as EU safety yield factor ‘5’. This means these elements are five times ‘over-specified’ according to EU safety norms. The vertical hydraulic mast is designed to remain stable in winds of up to 80 km/h, for additional safety in extreme weather.The heavy-duty canopy is made of galvanised steel to prevent rust and corrosion. The polyester powder paint coating has a resistance of 720 hours in salt spray testing.Service costs during the unit’s lifecycle are minimised by the long service intervals. Large hatches reduce maintenance times by facilitating access to all key components of the light tower, including the engine, alternator, hydraulic system and electrical system. The oil and water drains are also easily accessible.“Our customers asked for predictable light: compact, powerful and versatile. With the QLT H50, we tick all those boxes,” says Sergio Salvador, Product Marketing Manager Light Towers, Atlas Copco Portable Energy. “The QLT H50 is easy to move, safe to operate and efficient in its use. Safety is built into every component, from the vertical hydraulic mast to the controller that sequences the start-up of each lamp. We’re confident our customers are going to love this light tower.”last_img read more

ASGCO OneSided Slideler permits easy conveyor idler changes in any situation

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first_imgThe new patent pending One-Sided Slide-ler® from ASGCO® provides miners with “the ability to change idler rolls under the conveyor loading skirt area without having to remove adjacent belt idlers.” This allows the One-Sided Slide-ler to fit into tight or confined spaces, ensuring proper belt rolling support and ease of change out. The product is a modular design that allows the user to remove the wing and centre roll hangers for easy replacement of idler rolls. It can also be designed to hold any manufacturer roll in the industry. “The One-Sided Slide-ler minimises down time and can be accessed from either side of the conveyor system.”For environments with extreme access limitations, the product is designed to be maintained from just one side of the conveyor system. This is ideal for systems with access on one side only, where a conveyor is located against the wall or high in the air with a catwalk on one side. This allows the user to replace rolls with minimal downtime and eliminate the need for man lifts or having to work in a confined space. The product is described as ideal for hard rock mining, phosphate/potash/salt mining and coal fired power plants, amongst others.Frames only take up 200 mm of width when using 150 mm rollers. The system allows for easy replacement of rollers in any environment and is compatible with rollers from all manufacturers; with a one sided model available for limited access applications. It is available for any belt width, troughing angle or idler. Benefits include suitability for confined spaces, improved safety, meeting all CEMA standards, and ASGCO’s customer service policy, reflected in its Total Satisfaction Guarantee (TSG).last_img read more

Djordje Golubovic to Ademar Leon

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On the beginning of “New era” is Spanish Ademar Leon. VELUX EHF Champions League TOP 8 team has signed a few young players this summer who will work with well-known coach, Manolo Cadenas, who decided to get back to team which led in twelwe season between 1995 and 2007. New player  is young Serbian right back, Djordje Golubovic (20), former player of RK Partizan. Golubovic has played for U18 Serbian NT. He signed two years contract with Spanish team.Before him young Croatian goalkeeper, Matej Asanin put the sign on contract with Spaniards… ← Previous Story Kiril Lazarov about OG Tournament: “Better handball than at ECh and WCh” Next Story → Hungary in the semifinals!! Nagy and Fazekas with heroic game!! Ademar LeonDjordje GolubovicManolo Cadenas read more

Calling out sexism online and getting murder and rape threats for it

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first_imgThe reason I’m hopeful is because of the vibrancy of this movement that’s happening at the moment. If I’d been doing this in a different time period, perhaps even 10 years ago, it might have felt very different, and perhaps more depressing.LAURA BATES SEES it as her mission to show people that sexism hasn’t disappeared – and that men and women are in it together when it comes to achieving gender equality.Yet in her role as the woman behind the project Everyday Sexism, which catalogues people’s (yes, men and women, trans* men and women and people of both genders and none) experiences of sexism, she has faced a huge amount of opposition.Within the wider feminist community itself, she feels completely supported. But the  contact she receives from those who don’t like her work must feel overwhelming at times.“I think people don’t always realise how extreme it is,” said Bates down the phone from London, in advance of her visit to Ireland on Friday to talk at the Dublin Writers’ Festival.“You often get this thing of people saying ‘if you don’t like it don’t read it’.” But it’s not that simple.In reality what you can be getting can be extremely long and detailed emails from someone telling you exactly how they would like to rape you, and murder you, wounds they’d inflict on you and what order and what weapons, and how they’re planning to track you down… threats to members of your family and threats to your loved ones.No one would deliberately put themselves out there to get this sort of abuse, but Bates credits her strong support network of friends, family and fellow feminists with helping her to cope.“It just makes me feel angry – you don’t want to be beaten by it,” she asserted.What is Everyday Sexism?For those not familiar with the site, or its busy Twitter account, it catalogues reader submissions of sexist behaviour. This has led onto a new book, written by Bates. “It’s great that it’s having such an impact and people are finding it useful,” she said.Ireland’s connection with Everyday Sexism comes not just from the women who have contributed to the project, but the team of volunteers assembled by Irish woman and academic Emer O’Toole, in the site’s early days.Laura Bates didn’t set out to ‘solve’ the problem of sexism: “It was more I recognised it would be impossible to solve the problem if people refused to acknowledge it existed.”She disagreed with those who said “no, sexism doesn’t exist and women are equal now”.Very specifically I set out to change that mindset and get people to recognise sexism is a huge problem and the impact it has on women is enormous.What led her to set up the siteWhat led Bates, who wasn’t active in feminist circles until she set up Everyday Sexism, to began the project was a string of events that happened over the period of about a week.A man followed her off the bus, “making really aggressive sexual propositions and refusing to take no as an answer”. She eventually shook him off by going past her house and into a local supermarket.Then she was groped by a man on a bus – and though she loudly told her mother, who she was on the phone to, what was happening, “everybody else on the bus looked away”.There was a real normalisation, a real sense of don’t make a fuss, this is normal. When all these things happened together, it really forced me to think about them.She realised that if any of these incidents had happened in isolation, “I never would think twice about it because it was very normal”. It made her look back at similar experiences that she’d never told anyone about, or made a fuss about, “because I’d been socialised as a woman that this was normal part of life”.After speaking to other women about their experiences, Everyday Sexism was born.She’s heard from women who have tried to report serious abuse in the workplace, and told “you’re young and pretty and he’s the CEO – what do you expect?”She’s heard from schoolchildren having “explicit stuff shouted at them on the street by men”, or being pushed up against on the Tube by men who are sexually aroused.“There is just so much silencing – I think there’s definitely something really cathartic about having these stories not only heard but also believed and accepted.”What can solve the problem?“The main thing that we need specifically is a cultural shift, a shift in normalised social attitudes and behaviours,” suggests Bates when asked about solutions.If those people on the bus that day had found that to be an unacceptable and unusual thing, and had spoken out and asked ‘why are you touching that girl?’, all those feelings of embarrassment and shame and anger that I felt would have been transferred on to him.She sees bystanders as having a role, in not being afraid to step in and say when behaviour is unacceptable. She also suggests sex and relationship education in schools should deal with issues such as consent and healthy relationships.Everyday Sexism the bookIn her book, she gathers the stories into different categories, and looks at the most common themes which have risen again and again from the project entries.Breaking the topics into sexism in the workplace, home, politics, public speeches, and academia, it posits “these different forms of gender inequality are very closely connected and related to each other and impacting on each other, so it has to be that the solution tackles them all at the same time.”For Bates, you can’t look at the issues of lack of representation of women in the workplace or in politics “without acknowledging that the media still portrays women as dehumanised sex objects”.The way some parts of the media represent female politicians “impact[s] on the way voters see women politicians and therefore on the representation of women in politics”.The same attitudes about women ingrained in a society where we accept and normalise street harassment are the same kinds of ideas about women being second class citizens and lesser, and somehow men’s properties, that are also at the root of more serious abuse and domestic violence.There’s talk of Bates’ book being part of the ‘fourth wave’ of feminism, but Bates isn’t too focused on putting a label on the work.“I just feel that there is a huge surge of energy and excitement about feminism at the moment. It feels like there are more and more people able to stand up and talk about it, being able to use the word feminist, able to stand up for the rights of women”.Men, women and the future of feminism Malala Yousafzai Source: Doug Peters/Doug Peters/EMPICS EntertainmentThe word ‘feminism’ can be a polarising one, and the reaction to Everyday Sexism shows that not everyone – male or female – sees the need for a feminist movement. For Bates, it is “a very accepting and open movement”.It’s very simple – if you think men and women should be treated equally, regardless of sex or gender, then you’re a feminist. And I think people are coming back to that quite simple definition and feeling they can be part of the movement.Asked about men’s role in it, she explained that men’s voices and experiences are included in the project, and “we’ve made it very clear outright from the beginning that this is not about men against women”.Experiences of transgender, intersex or gender non-conforming people are also very welcome on Everyday Sexism.“It’s not about vilifying men or suggesting all men are sexist. It’s about people standing together against prejudice. And I think men do have a role in challenging these behaviours,” she said.But I also think it’s not unreasonable to say this movement should be led primarily by women’s voices, because it is important to acknowledge the fact that this is a form of oppression that structurally in terms of – if you look at political, social, gender balance – does impact more greatly on women than men so it should be women’s voices that are leading the way.They often hear from women who experience different and intermingling forms of prejudice – because of their race, or ability.“In order to tackle any one of these forms of prejudice we have to look at intersectional solutions because they are hugely interrelated,” said Bates.“I’m hopeful” Source: TEDx Talks/YouTubeDespite the detractors and the abusive emails, Bates is hopeful for the future.Everyday Sexism has 144,000 followers on Twitter, and 18 country-specific variations of its site, plus one for refugee women.A look through its Twitter account alone shows that people aren’t standing for sexism, and Everyday Sexism provides them with a voice. Bates has been invited to talk before the UN, and will spend the summer speaking in a range of countries about the project.Despite the dark moments, she feels things are moving ahead positively: “There is just such a sense of energy and fight for change.”Laura Bates will speak alongside Dearbhail McDonald and Jenny Dunne with Sinéad Gleeson on Friday in Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, at 8pm as part of Dublin Writers’ Festival. Everyday Sexism the book is available online or in bookstores.Read: Local election candidate subjected to ‘vile abuse’ for being pregnant>Read: Column: We can be the healthy masculinity we wish to see>Read: Column: Making lewd remarks to women on the street is not ‘banter’>last_img read more

Facebook beats Google on salary and employee satisfaction

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first_imgGoogle has a problem: it is losing staff to Facebook. In an attempt to stop the brain drain the search giant is in some cases taking drastic measures to hold on to people. It was recently leaked that every employee was getting a 10% pay raise and $1,000 as a bonus. Google also offered one senior engineer $3.5 million in stock bonuses to stay at the company.So why is Google having to do this? According to Glassdoor.com, a website where employees can anonymously submit details of their salary and working conditions, Facebook is offering an all-round better package.AdChoices广告Google’s average salary for a software engineer is $98,800. Facebook offers $110,500 which is a significant difference and enough to tempt anyone. Add in bonuses and things even up more. Facebook’s average compensation rises to $122,400 with Google just behind at $120,178.It’s not just about pay, though. If you aren’t happy where you work then a nice big salary won’t be enough to make you want to stay. Here again Google falls down. The average rating given by a Google employee is 3.9 out of 5. Facebook scores 4.6 and tops the charts for tech companies.Taking into account these figures you can see why Google both increased pay and offered a holiday bonus recently. The pay raise brings more employees in line or above Facebook, therefore making a move less attractive, where as the bonus should make employees happier in the short term.Check out the compensation and ratings charts above for a comparison with other companies in Silicon Valley as well. Facebook really is the most attractive place to work right now.Read more at CNBCMatthew’s OpinionI think if you offered most software engineers $100,000 to go work at Google they’d jump at the chance. You have to remember the comparisons being made here are between two of the top technology companies out there. Looking in from the outside both look very attractive. Once you’re in then your expectations are reset and a $10,000 pay raise, the chance to own some pre-IPO stock, and lots of chatter about how fantastic it is over there would certainly make a lot of people at least curious.Glassdoor did another compensation summary purely for Google which shows the pay and bonuses across the board at the search company are good:In the end, if you end up working at Google or Facebook then there’s really no need to complain. We’ve all heard how good the facilities are and how different the work culture is there compared to most office environments.Looking down the list of other companies receiving ratings, it doesn’t seem like many people are happy working at Yahoo!, Oracle, or AOL. Then there’s the really dissatisfied staff at HP and eBay. Taken as a whole, if you’re working at Facebook, Google, Apple, Intuit, or Intel, you’re a part of some of the best tech companies to work for.last_img read more

We can now add third hand smoke to the reasons smoking is

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first_img 23 Comments By AFP We can now add ‘third hand smoke’ to the reasons smoking is dreadful for our health Third hand smoke (THS) refers to the sticky residue from tobacco smoke that clings to walls and furniture. Our findings provide further evidence that THS exposure can have biological effects and supports non-smoking policies as the best way to protect non-smokers from the health effects of tobacco-smoke exposure.© – AFP, 2017Read: Snapchat seeking $3 billion as it plans to sell shares on stock marketRead: Demand for .ie websites falls in Ireland – but is on the rise internationally Saturday 4 Feb 2017, 6:45 AM Short URL Feb 4th 2017, 6:45 AM center_img Source: Shutterstock/DrPilulkinTHE FIRST SOLID evidence that smoking causes cancer came in the 1950s, followed decades later by revelations that “second-hand” smoke also harms health.Scientists have now issued a warning about what they call “third-hand” smoke (THS) – the sticky residue from tobacco smoke that clings to walls and furniture.In mice, at least, exposure to these toxic leftovers causes lower infant weight and alters counts of blood cells associated with the body’s immune system, according to a report in nature journal Scientific Reports.“Evidence is mounting that the residue lingering on indoor surfaces could be just as harmful – if not more – than second-hand smoke,” said the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, which took part in the study.Researchers from the United States and China tested the biological response of mice to THS in lab conditions designed to mimic exposure in a smokers’ home.Based on what they found, there could be reason to fear for the safety of infants who can pick up toxins from floors and carpets they lie or crawl on, and walls, curtains and furniture they touch, the team said.“Small children are a particularly vulnerable population who are exposed to THS toxicants through inhalation, ingestion and dermal contact,” they wrote.Previous research had shown that THS toxins causes DNA damage to human cells in petri dishes, and harmed sperm and the organs of lab mice.An earlier study of THS toxins in house samples warned of a potential cancer risk to children.Chemical transformationsBut it was not known how THS exposure would affect infant health.For the new study, the team investigated the effects of THS exposure on the body weight and immune system of mice in two life stages: from birth to weaning (neonatal), and early adulthood.THS-exposed cloth was placed in the cages of test mice for three weeks.The cotton cloth had been exposed to cigarette smoke in a stainless steel chamber, the equivalent of about 400-700 cigarettes smoked over more than three years.A group of ‘control’ mice, had normal, THS-free fabric in their cages.When weaned at the age of three weeks, the THS-exposed mice had “significantly lower bodyweight” than the control group, the scientists found.With no further exposure, they gained significantly more weight, catching up to the control mice by the age of five weeks.THS had no influence on weight when mice were exposed to it as adults. But it did alter blood cell counts associated with inflammatory and allergic reactions.The team said THS toxins may stick to surfaces for weeks to months, during which time chemical mutations may render them even more harmful.THS may therefore contain toxins similar to first- or second-hand smoking, as well as “new toxic compounds generated from chemical transformations”, the authors said. 18,645 Views Share92 Tweet Email3 https://jrnl.ie/3220831 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

LIphone communique avec Apple pendant la nuit

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first_imgL’Iphone communique avec Apple pendant la nuitLa Commission nationale Informatique et Libertés (Cnil) vient de publier les conclusions de son enquête sur la collecte des informations de géolocalisation concernant les déplacements des utilisateurs d’iPhone. Si la Commission affirme qu’Apple ne réalise pas de traçage géographique de ses clients, elle révèle toutefois que “l’iPhone bavarde aussi avec Apple pendant votre sommeil…”En avril dernier, deux chercheurs britanniques affirmaient que l’iPhone et l’iPad conservaient une trace de tous les déplacements de leurs utilisateurs. Cette base de données contenait la position des points d’accès WiFi et des stations de base GSM situés à proximité du parcours de l’utilisateur, et ce pendant environ un an. La CNIL s’est rapidement saisi de l’affaire et a exigé d’Apple des explications. “Cette société a depuis fourni quelques éclaircissements et a mis à jour le système d’exploitation (OS) de son téléphone pour tenter de répondre à certaines inquiétudes liées à ce fichier” souligne la Commission dans un communiqué (lien non disponible). Mais si la base de données n’est pas transmise à Apple, une “interrogation demeure cependant : y a-t-il malgré tout d’autres informations de géolocalisation qui sont transmises à Apple et comment ?” s’est interrogée la Cnil.Pour le savoir, les experts de la Commission ont mis sous surveillance un iPhone 3Gs connecté à un réseau WiFi. Ils ont analysé les communications du smartphone et les données de géolocalisation transmises à Apple. Ils ont alors observé le fonctionnement d’une demande de géolocalisation. Le téléphone envoie à Apple une liste des points d’accès WiFi détectés à proximité. “Ces points d’accès sont identifiés uniquement par leur adresse MAC, sans aucune autre information complémentaire (telle que la localisation, la force du signal ou le SSID)” précise la Cnil. Le serveur d’Apple répond ensuite en envoyant une longue liste répertoriant la localisation de plusieurs centaines de points d’accès WiFi situés dans un rayon de 150 mètres environ du téléphone. Aucune donnée d’identification n’est transmise À lire aussiiPad Air 2 et iPad Mini 3 : que faut-il savoir des nouvelles tablettes dévoilées par Apple ?Mais la Cnil a également découvert que l’iPhone continuait de communiquer avec Apple pendant notre sommeil. “L’observation du téléphone pendant plusieurs nuits a permis de découvrir que l’iPhone contacte également les serveurs de géolocalisation d’Apple ponctuellement sans aucune intervention de l’utilisateur, dès lors qu’il est allumé et connecté à un point d’accès WiFi”. Les informations envoyées par le téléphone concernent les points d’accès WiFi qu’il a croisés pendant la journée ou quelques jours plus tôt. Dans ses conclusions, la Cnil affirme toutefois qu’aucune donnée permettant l’identification du téléphone n’est transmise à Apple. La Commission souligne “une approche originale pour offrir son service de géolocalisation”, mais recommande toutefois à la firme du Cupertino “d’informer clairement ses utilisateurs de ce type de traitement”. Le 12 octobre 2011 à 18:24 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Early preview for tonight’s 8/24 WWE RAW from Brooklyn

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first_img Videos Articles Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Is The Rocks Return To WWE In Jeopardy? WWE RAW is live tonight from Brooklyn, New York. Tonight is the fallout from last night’s SummerSlam PPV. Brock Lesnar is being teased for the show tonight, while The Undertaker making an appearance isn’t expected unless plans have changed.WWE.com has a Five-Point Preview for tonight’s show that you can view by clicking here.Check back later tonight for live coverage of RAW on Wrestleview.com.Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipBraun Strowman Still Not Cleared For MatchVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:33/Current Time 0:09Loaded: 100.00%0:10Remaining Time -0:24 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Brock Lesnar WhatsApp Will Bobby Lashley Finally Face Brock Lesnar? Braun Strowman Still Not Cleared For Match Twittercenter_img Braun Strowman Now Playing Up Next WALTER and Kassius Ohno set to compete at EVOLVE 135 and 136 Live Events Ronda Rouseys Controversial Tweets Sponsored By WWE Facebook Google+ Pinterest Brock Lesnar Takes WWE Universal Championship Now Playing Up Next WWE RAW Results – 8/12/19 (Night after SummerSlam, Seth Rollins, The Miz vs. Ziggler) Video: Seth Rollins says his victory over Brock Lesnar might be the greatest victory of his careerlast_img read more