October 18, 2019

Indigenous offenders keep serving longer prison sentences less likely to get parole

first_imgAPTN National NewsIndigenous offenders are less likely to be released on parole and when they do finally get out they’re more often being released into the community from a maximum or medium security institution according to the latest report from the federal auditor general.Auditor General Michael Ferguson said the same doesn’t apply to non-Indigenous offenders serving time in prisons who get day parole easier and with more support.Ferguson’s investigation into Correctional Service of Canada found during the 2015-2016 fiscal year 740 of 1,066 Indigenous offenders were passed over for parole and served time until their statutory release date.“This is a significantly higher rate than for non-Indigenous offenders (about 18 per cent higher), and it has persisted over several years,” Ferguson said in his report.By serving until their statutory release they were less likely to be part of a gradual release plan, such as day-parole in a supervised halfway house with programs to help offenders return to the community on their own.Statutory release means the offender serves the final third of their sentence in the community like someone on full parole.And many of them are being released directly into the community walking out of a maximum or medium security prison.Ferguson found 102 came from maximum prisons, while 483 from medium.He also from that CSC is less likely to look at reducing their security levels before release after successfully completing a correctional program.Ferguson also found Indigenous inmates have a difficult time accessing cultural programs while in prison, and because of their security level they can’t be moved to one of nine healing lodges across the country. The lodges operate at minimum security, but 80 per cent of Indigenous inmates are in medium or maximum.That’s leaving the lodges with beds empty as they operate at about 74 per cent capacity.“CSC had not assessed the feasibility of expanding Healing Lodges to medium-security for men or to other regions,” Ferguson said.He said CSC couldn’t document how offenders’ taking part in culturally specific programs contributed to their “successful” release into the community.“As well, staff was not provided with sufficient guidance or training on how to apply Aboriginal social history factors in case management decisions,” he said.last_img read more

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US notes missing in Lanka at informal UNSC meeting

“In Sri Lanka, the Sirisena government passed landmark legislation in September 2015 to issue “missing” certificates to the families of victims – a reform aimed at ending the harmful practice of forcing families to sign death certificates for missing persons in order to access basic services,” she added.She said that such efforts are indispensable in countries like Mexico and Sri Lanka, which lack credible, comprehensive databases, and where building them could help thousands of families obtain answers that they have long yearned for. (Colombo Gazette) The United States discussed the issue of missing persons in Sri Lanka during an informal meeting of the UN Security Council (UNSC).During a UN Security Council Arria-Formula Meeting on the Global Challenge of Accounting for Missing Persons, the Permanent Representative of the US to the UN, Samantha Power spoke about her visit to Sri Lanka and the missing persons issue. She said that relatives of victims in both Mexico and Sri Lanka spoke of how disappearances upended virtually every aspect of their lives.“In Jaffna, Sri Lanka, just a couple months ago a mother told me how, in March of 2009 she had seen men in military uniforms abduct her 16-year-old daughter, and had been beaten when she tried to intervene. Yet despite promptly reporting that crime to officials, the mother told me, she had never heard anything back. She has spent nearly every day of the six years since searching for her daughter, whose whereabouts remain unknown,” she said. She said that in recent months, she had the opportunity to visit two countries afflicted by huge numbers of missing and disappeared: Sri Lanka and Mexico. Power said that while the history and the causes of the problem in each context, and any other context, is completely distinct, she was struck on these two visits by how many of the same themes emerged in her meetings with victims’ families as well as those with NGOs and Government officials. read more

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UN stresses importance of honouring treaties between States and indigenous groups

“We must ensure the participation of indigenous peoples – women and men – in decision-making at all levels,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in his message for the Day, adding that consensual agreements between States and indigenous groups “enable better understanding of their views and values and are essential for protecting and promoting rights and establishing the political vision and necessary frameworks for different cultures to coexist in harmony.”With more than 5,000 distinct indigenous groups in some 90 countries, indigenous people make up more than 5 per cent of the world’s population, representing 370 million people.The theme of this year’s World Indigenous Day – which has been marked annually on 9 August since 1995 – is “Honouring treaties, agreements and other constructive arrangements.” It aims to highlight the importance of honouring arrangements between States, their citizens and indigenous peoples that were designed to recognize indigenous peoples’ rights to their lands and establish a framework for living in proximity and entering into economic relationships.“It is important that we strive to strengthen partnerships that will help preserve cultural vigour while facilitating poverty reduction, social inclusion and sustainable development,” Mr. Ban said.He noted that it is particularly important to involve indigenous groups in discussion regarding the post-2015 development agenda, ensuring their culture, identity and perspective are taken into account when defining priorities.The Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples, James Anaya, underlined that respecting treaties is crucial to advance reconciliation with indigenous peoples and address historical wrongs that have left them at a disadvantage.“Honouring treaties and other long-standing agreements can go far in helping to build trust among indigenous peoples and to rebuild relationships between States and indigenous peoples in a true spirit of good faith, partnership, and mutual respect,” he said.Mr. Anaya called on governments to respect all agreements – old and new – to provide a basis for reconciliation and overcome all obstacles to the full realization of indigenous people’s rights.“In no instance should new treaties or agreements fall below or undermine the standards set forth in the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples or established in other international sources,” he said. Adopted by the General Assembly in September 2007 after more than two decades of debate, the Declaration sets out the individual and collective rights of indigenous peoples, as well as their rights to culture, identity, language, employment, health, education, and other issues.The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) drew attention to the challenges faced by indigenous girls and women in particular, with evidence showing that the experience of violence is heightened among females of indigenous background because of a myriad of barriers, including access to services such as health care, protection, birth registration and schooling. In a news release, the agency said it will scale up initiatives specifically targeted at enhancing the rights of indigenous children and adolescents. These include support to legal and policy reforms, bilingual education, and culturally-sensitive maternal health services and birth registration.The International Labour Organization (ILO) reaffirmed its commitment to work for the realization of indigenous peoples’ rights so that they may have a fair chance of decent work.It also drew attention to next year’s 25th anniversary of ILO’s Indigenous and Tribal People’s Convention 1989 (No. 169), which calls on States to build partnerships with indigenous peoples through consultation and participation in decision-making processes on matters affecting them.ILO also appealed for support for the UN Indigenous Peoples Partnership, an inter-agency initiative launched in 2011 that promotes alliances between indigenous peoples, governments and social partners at the country level for effective implementation of the Convention.To mark the Day, more than 200 indigenous and non-indigenous paddlers will arrive today at Pier 96 in New York City, after having collectively travelled hundreds of miles on rivers and horseback to honour the Two Row Wampum treaty between Dutch immigrants and the Haudenosaunee, signed in 1613.“The Two Row is the oldest and is the grandfather of all subsequent treaties,” said Oren Lyons, the Faithkeeper of the Onondaga Nation’s Turtle Clan, who has represented the Haudenosaunee at the UN and elsewhere. “It set a relationship of equity and peace. This campaign is to remind people of the importance of the agreements.” read more

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Russian legend Vladimir Maksimov France and Sweden in the final

France handballSweden handballVladimir MaksimovWorld handball Championships 2011 ← Previous Story Icelandic player of 2010 – Alexander Petersson Next Story → Oscar Carlen in HSV Hamburg! Russian coach of the national team, Vladimir Maksimov gave a short prediction to journalist of Handball-Planet.com about World Championships in Sweden, after match of the Russian team in Belgrade, where they played against Serbia (33:37).– France is the most strongest team, with no doubt. They showed that a lot of times in last a few years. Sweden waiting for a results for many years. They didn’t make anything big after an fantastic generation with Johansson. With a little luck, fans and also, if referees “push” them in some moments, it is possible for Swedish to find their way to the final. If I have to mention one more national team, I will say – Poland.Russia didn’t qualified for WC 2011. Maksimov “Bears” lost from Romania last June. read more

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RadioShack Dish Network Stores Offering Free Gun With TV Services

first_imgStill can’t decide between cable and satellite? Here’s something that might put you over the edge–okay, okay, bad choice of words. RadioShack stores and Dish Network dealership locations in Montana and Idaho are offering an unlikely promotion to help people get on-board with the service: subscribe to Dish Network and get a free gun.Sign up for Dish in one of the participating stores, and you get a $135 coupon for a shotgun at a local sporting good retailer. Montana RadioShack owner Steve Strand hit upon the idea as a way of increasing revenue in an ailing economy. He told Reuters that it’s cool because, you know, everyone around there has a gun anyway, “All I can tell you is, grandma is packing a gun in Montana.”Idaho RadioShack owner John Marshall echoed the sentiment, “There’s no problem with it here; this isn’t New York City.” No word on when participating Blockbusters will get in on the action. AdChoices广告last_img read more

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Father goes on trial in Spain in case of 8yearold found in

first_img Tuesday 20 Feb 2018, 7:32 AM Source: Guardia Civil via TwitterTHE PHOTO WENT round the world in 2015, showing an eight-year-old boy from Ivory Coast crammed into a suitcase that was found at a Spanish border crossing.His father goes on trial today in Ceuta, a Spanish overseas territory in northern Morocco which migrants from Africa regularly try to reach by scaling high border fences, hiding behind car dashboards or in bus chassis.Prosecutors are seeking a three-year prison term for Ali Ouattara for facilitating his son’s illegal entry into Europe and endangering the child’s life.“I’m going to this trial with a lot of confidence because I’m not a human trafficker,” Ouattara, 45, told AFP.On 7 May 2015, Spanish police noticed a young Moroccan woman dragging what looked like a heavy suitcase across the border with Ceuta.When they put the suitcase through an X-ray machine they were shocked to see the silhouette of a child curled up in foetal position.“My name is Adou,” the boy told them in French after they extricated him from the suitcase, according to Spanish journalist Nicolas Castellano, who wrote a book about the story.Paid traffickers €5,oooThe smuggling attempt was a first in Ceuta.But only three months later, a 27-year-old Moroccan died of asphyxiation inside a suitcase placed in the trunk of a car on a ferry linking Melilla, another Spanish territory in Morocco, to southern Spain.Adou was soon reunited with his mother, and his father, who had been waiting for his son on the Spanish side of the border, was arrested shortly after the police discovery.Ouattara said he was “misled” by the traffickers who charged him €5,000 and did not tell him his son would be hidden in a suitcase.The traffickers had initially promised to fly the boy from the Ivorian economic capital Abidjan to Madrid but then told him they would instead travel via Ceuta by car, he said.“For us, it was crucial for the child to come, we couldn’t live without him, we couldn’t stop thinking about him,” Ouattara said.A former philosophy and French teacher in Abidjan, Ouattara arrived illegally in Spain in 2006, making the perilous journey across the Mediterranean aboard a boat.He eventually got a stable job and home in the Canary Islands, and was able to bring his wife and daughter over legally.But Spanish authorities refused four times to let him bring over his son too.“I was earning more than €1,300 in a launderette but they said it wasn’t enough” for the entire family to live, he says.His wife, daughter and Adou are now living in France, but Ali is still in Spain as he is barred from leaving the country pending the trial.Adou is expected to return to Ceuta for the trial.Comments are closed for legal reasons- © AFP, 2018Read: A boy found in a suitcase in Spain is being reunited with his motherRead: ‘When they scanned the suitcase, they saw someone inside’ Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 31,517 Views https://jrnl.ie/3861223 No Comments Father goes on trial in Spain in case of 8-year-old found in suitcase at border crossing Ali Ouattara said he was “misled” by smugglers as to how they’d bring his son into the country. By AFP Share1 Tweet Email Short URL Feb 20th 2018, 7:32 AM last_img read more

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Confirmed Yaya Toure will not be joining West Ham

first_imgWest Ham United boss Manuel Pellegrini has ruled out the prospect of reuniting with Yaya Toure at the London StadiumThe 35-year-old free agent had a good relationship with Pellegrini in their time together at Manchester City and rumours of a possible reunion have been about since the Chilean was appointed as the new Hammers’ boss.But now Pellegrini has revealed that he is not looking to sign the Ivorian midfielder.“Yaya is a very good player. In his position at the moment we have very good players.,” he said, as stated on Sky Sports.“He will always be a good player in any team but right now our squad is ready.”Report: Rice is committed to West Ham not a United moveReport: Rice is committed to West Ham not a United move George Patchias – September 4, 2019 Declan Rice is committed to his West Ham contract and not a move to Manchester United.In an interview reported by football.london, Rice opens up…Summer signing Jack Wilshere could not make an impact on his Premier League debut for West Ham in the club’s opening day 4-0 loss to Liverpool on Sunday.Pellegrini added: “I see Jack playing as a holding midfielder but with free movement. It’s the best position that he likes to play also.“He can give us very good build up from outside. He is a player who is always doing creative things during the game.”Deadline day signings Lucas Perez and Carlos Sanchez are unlikely to feature for West Ham in this weekend’s game at home to Bournemouth having only joined first-team training this week.last_img read more

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Farm Workers Donate Cash And Supplies To Childrens Home

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 06 May 2015 – KINGSTON, May 5 (JIS): Cash and supplies worth more than $250,000 have been donated to the Hanbury Children’s Home in Manchester, by Jamaican farm workers employed overseas, through the Ministry of Labour and Social Security.The presentation was made to the home on April 30 by farm workers attached to Gebbers Farm in the state of Washington, in the United States (US).The donation will be used to renovate the home’s dining area and to revitalise its backyard gardening project. Camp Supervisor at Gebbers Farm, Eyon Gayle, told JIS News that the donation to the home, which caters to children up to 18 years old, resulted from the group’s desire to give back to the most vulnerable in Jamaica. “The interest started from our Jamaica 50 celebrations when we were away in the US working in 2012 and we wanted to have our own event, so we planned our own Jamaica Day, cooked and sold Jamaican cuisine. It was decided that the proceeds would be given to charity or some vulnerable group in Jamaica,” he said.Along with the group’s cash donation, the children’s home also received seedlings from the Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA) and 30 fruit trees from the ‘Trees That Feed’ Foundation, an overseas charity organisation established by a Jamaican.Mr. Gayle said the smile on the children’s faces made the experience memorable and would encourage them to continue their support to their homeland.“To see the smiling children in Manchester was a joy for us and pushes us further to want to contribute. It is good to know that we are making a meaningful contribution and that it will enhance their lives. We just can’t stop at this time,” he said.The farm workers made their first donation of $250,000 to the Golden Age Home in Vineyard Town back in 2013. This amount was matched by their employer who was impressed by the group’s philanthropic venture and donated to the Golden Age Home located in the West Kingston community of Denham Town.Last year, the offices of the Overseas Employment Service Centre on East Street benefitted from the second donation of $250,000 to erect a gazebo. The amount was again matched by the operators of Gebbers Farm and presented to Garland Hall Memorial Children’s Home in St. James. Gebbers Farm has been a participant in the Ministry’s Overseas Agricultural (Farm Work) Programme since 2010. Currently, there are over 500 Jamaican farm workers employed on the farm, engaged in fruit-picking activities. Recommended for you Two boys die, bicycle and van collide in St. Catherine, Jamaica Jamaica’s Senate Begins debate on National Identification and Registration Bill Related Items:gebber farm, Hanbury Children’s Home, jamaica Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Bahamas DPM Turnquest, as IDB Governor, Talks Technology and Climate Change Resilience at IDB Conclavelast_img read more

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Library Of Congress Adds Recordings By Chic Tony Bennett Fleetwood Mac

first_imgFrom ’80s pop and rap to classical, disco, Motown, and American songbook classics, the rhythms behind the National Recording Registry’s additions for 2017 are gonna get youTim McPhateGRAMMYs Mar 21, 2018 – 9:10 am Tony Bennett’s “I Left My Heart In San Francisco,” Kenny Rogers’ “The Gambler” and Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours. What do these recording have in common? Not only have each of them won GRAMMY Awards, they now share the honor of having been added to the Library of Congress’ venerable National Recording Registry.Today, Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden announced the addition of these and 22 other recordings to the registry catalog for the 2017 calendar year.Additional GRAMMY winners with recordings newly added include Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine’s 1987 upbeat jam, “Rhythm Is Gonna Get You”; Yo-Yo Ma’s exquisite 1996 classical LP, Yo-Yo Ma Premieres: Concertos For Violoncello And Orchestra, Kenny Loggins’ huge 1984 film soundtrack smash, “Footloose”; and Chic and Nile Rodgers’ timeless 1978 disco workout, “Le Freak.”Run-DMC’s groundbreaking 1986 album, Raising Hell, was added. The LP spawned the rock-rap crossover hit “Walk This Way,” which was inducted into the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame in 2014.Speaking of the Hall, other newly added National Recording Registry recordings that have been previously inducted into the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame include the soundtrack to The Sound Of Music (inducted 1998), Mississippi Sheiks’ “Sittin’ On Top Of The World” (2008), Bill Haley And The Comets’ “Rock Around The Clock” (1982), the Ink Spots’ “If I Didn’t Care” (1987), Harry Belafonte’s Calypso (2015), and the Temptations’ “My Girl” (1998).Similar to the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame’s mission, the National Recording Registry is designed to champion and preserve recordings of historical significance.Nominations are gathered via online submissions from the public and from the NRPB, which is comprised of leaders in the fields of music, recorded sound and preservation. See the National Recording Registry’s full list — if you have a recording you deem worthy of adding to the registry, make your submission.”This annual celebration of recorded sound reminds us of our varied and remarkable American experience,” said Hayden. “The unique trinity of historic, cultural and aesthetic significance reflected in the National Recording Registry each year is an opportunity for reflection on landmark moments, diverse cultures and shared memories — all reflected in our recorded soundscape.”Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more Email News Library Of Congress Adds Recordings By Chic, Tony Bennett, Fleetwood Mac LoC Registry Adds 25 Classic Recordings library-congress-adds-recordings-chic-tony-bennett-fleetwood-mac Facebook Twitter last_img read more

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NOW HIRING 10 New Job Openings In Wilmington

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are some of the newest job openings in Wilmington:Full-Time Product Manager at World Travel HoldingsFull-Time Electronics Technician at MT-Unirepair, Inc.Full-Time Global Sourcing Analyst at UniFirstFull-Time Business Account Executive at ComcastFull-Time Movers & Drivers at Two Men And A TruckFull-Time Movers & Drivers at Xpress MoversPart-Time Delivery Driver at OptimaFull-Time Engineering Technician at MKS InstrumentsFull-Time Sales Engineer at United Tool & Machine Corp.Full-Time Electrical Design Engineer at Ametek(NOTE: Wilmington businesses — Feel free to send me your job postings at wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedNOW HIRING: 10 Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”last_img read more

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Article 13 EU approves controversial copyright law

first_img Tags 2:55 Ahead of the vote on Tuesday, EU Commissioner for the Digital Single Market Andrus Ansip pointed out that nothing in the text of the legislation stipulates the use of upload filters. But it’s hard to imagine a way in which tech platforms and social networks could otherwise realistically comply with the rules. But the copyright directive also stopped short of some of the restrictions many had feared. It will, for instance, allow uploading of material to noncommercial sites such as Wikipedia and to open-source platforms including GitHub. Startup platforms also will face light obligations than more established ones, which may soften the blow for those worried that only the biggest and wealthiest may be able to afford to comply with the legislation. Github welcomed the exception granted to open-source platforms, but noted that the directive still poses challenges for software developers. “Anyone developing a platform with EU users that involves sharing links or content faces great uncertainty,” Tal Niv, GitHub’s vice president of law and policy, said in a statement Tuesday. “The ramifications include being unable to develop features that web users currently expect, and having to implement very expensive and inaccurate automated filtering.” Meanwhile, the wacky, creative side of the internet got a reprieve. “We listened to the concerns raised and chose to doubly guarantee the freedom of expression,” Voss said. “The ‘meme’, the ‘gif’, the ‘snippet’ are now protected more than ever before.” Originally published March 25. Update March 26: Adds result of the EU vote. What is Article 13 and how will it affect you? Now playing: Watch this: Internet Services Tech Industry Protesters march against the EU Copyright Directive in Leipzig, Germany, over the weekend. Peter Endig/picture alliance via Getty Images The European Parliament on Tuesday voted in favor of a controversial new law that will bring sweeping reforms to how copyrighted content posted online is governed. The legislation was adopted with 348 votes in favor and 274 against. For proponents of digital rights, the decision comes as a huge blow after over a year of campaigning to uphold what they see as the integrity of the internet. Member of the European Parliament Julia Reda, one of the most vocal critics of the directive, said on Twitter that the vote signals a “dark day for internet freedom.” Years in the making, the EU Copyright Directive has been heavily debated and divisive among politicians, as well as a cause of concern for the tech industry. One part of the proposal in particular — Article 13, which will govern the way copyrighted content is uploaded to the internet — has many in the tech community throwing their hands up in despair. Under the law, internet platforms will be liable for content that users upload, a burden that will fall heavily on some of the most popular online services. “YouTube, Facebook and Google News are some of the internet household names that will be most directly affected by this legislation,” the European Parliament said in a statement. The effects of the law may be felt well beyond Europe’s borders, given the global nature of the internet and the need for tech companies to come up with policies that can be broadly applied. That’s what happened after the EU enacted the privacy-focused General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, in May 2018. Critics said legislators had turned a deaf ear to a wide range of experts and to the general population. “In a stunning rejection of the will [of] five million online petitioners, and over 100,000 protestors this weekend, the European Parliament has abandoned common sense and the advice of academics, technologists, and UN human rights experts, and approved the Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive in its entirety,” said rights group the Electronic Frontier Foundation in a blog post. Before the text can be adopted in European law, it must next be approved by the Council of the European Union. It’s still possible that the directive may not be passed by the Council, but that would involve at least one key country changing its mind. A vote is expected to take place April 9. After EU member states themselves accept the text of the directive, it will take effect after publication in the official journal and member states will have two years to implement it. The European Parliament has abandoned common sense. Electronic Frontier Foundation Now playing: Watch this: 1:11 Comments Share your voice EU clamps down on tech in 2018 29 A second section of the directive, Article 11, says search engines and news aggregators will be charged to display snippets of news they’re linking to (known as a link tax). That will be another source of frustration for tech companies. Back in January, Google said it may have to pull its news service from Europe entirely if the directive passes in its current state. Screenshots captured by Search Engine Land showed how Google news results could appear in Europe if Google doesn’t pay the tax. (Spoiler alert: They’re just a bunch of empty boxes.) Google didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment following the outcome of the vote. How the law hits home The European Parliament says that the directive is meant to ensure that longstanding rights and obligations of copyright law also apply to the internet. Article 13 dictates that anyone sharing copyrighted content must get permission from rights owners — or at least have made the best possible effort to get permission — before doing so. “This directive is an important step towards correcting a situation which has allowed a few companies to earn huge sums of money without properly remunerating the thousands of creatives and journalists whose work they depend on,” Axel Voss, the European Parliament rapporteur, said in a statement. In order to enforce this, internet platforms will likely have to use upload filters to evaluate anything they put online. Even the wealthiest online services such as Facebook and YouTube, which have spent years developing this technology, haven’t been able to prove pre-moderation of content is a foolproof method for preventing content from surfacing online that shouldn’t be there. The ‘meme’, the ‘gif’, the ‘snippet’ are now protected more than ever before. 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Cardinals Defeat Eastern Kentucky in Home Opener

first_imgStory Links LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The eighth-ranked Louisville baseball team started off the home portion of its schedule on a positive note, downing Eastern Kentucky 5-1 on Tuesday at Jim Patterson Stadium. Fitzgerald led the offensive attack on the day, picking up two of the Cardinals’ five hits on the afternoon. Live Stats Louisville (2-2) got off to a great start on Tuesday, as Smith tossed a scoreless inning and the offense took advantage of an EKU miscue. Lucas Dunn worked a walk to start the bottom of the first and Jake Snider’s fly ball into left-centerfield was dropped, giving the Cardinals two runners in scoring position with nobody out. ACC Network Extra Highlights Listen Live Watch Live Full Schedule Roster Louisville will now get set to take on Brown for a weekend series beginning on Friday. First pitch is scheduled for 3:00 p.m., ET at Jim Patterson Stadium. Print Friendly Version Next Game: Brown 2/22/2019 | 2:00 PMcenter_img Julian Jackson (0-2) took the loss for the Colonels after allowing three runs, one earned, in his two innings of work. Smith settled in on the mound for the Cardinals, tossing four scoreless innings before a throwing error allowed a run to score with two outs in the fifth. The junior bounced back though, finishing off the frame and one more in his winning effort. Dan McDonnell Postgame Louisville’s pitching staff took care of the rest retiring 12 of the final 13 Eastern Kentucky hitters to close out the victory. Luke Smith (1-0) went six innings in his first start in a Cardinal uniform, giving up just one unearned run on two hits while striking out six. Michael Kirian, Michael McAvene and Shay Smiddy combined for three scoreless innings to close out the victory. Preview UofL immediately cashed in on Tyler Fitzgerald’s double into the right-center gap to make it 2-0 Cardinals just three batters into the inning. A groundout advanced Fitzgerald to third base and the junior dove headfirst across the plate on a wild pitch to make it 3-0 after one. Leading 3-1, Louisville answered Eastern Kentucky’s run with two of its own in the bottom half of the fifth. Snider drew a one-out walk and Fitzgerald beat out a bunt single to put the Cardinals in business. A balk advanced them to second and third and Logan Wyatt stretched the margin back to three with a groundout that scored Snider. Fitzgerald then scored on a wild pitch for the second time in the game to set the final margin.last_img read more

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VIDEO Mysterious flashing lights appeared in the sky during 80 earthquake in

first_img Have a look. Advertisement On September 7, an 8.0 earthquake rocked the southern coast of Mexico, but during the quake, several people captured a bizarre series of flashing lights in the sky, and no one can explain it.Some have offered scientific theories on the lights, such as electric discharge from the pressure from rock pushing together during the quake, or ground lightning, but none of these theories have been definitively proven.Another theory is that these are alien spacecraft, using the chaos of the earthquake to plan a dry run of a pending invasion in which we we will all be destroyed and our bodies harvested for fuel to power the advancement of these ruthless civilizations, oh my god we’re all gonna die, we’re all gonna die!!Or not.center_img Here’s one video that added some creepy sound effects which make it seem like the aliens are definitely coming for us:last_img read more

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How to Stop Google From Using Your Name and Face in Ads

first_img Google ads starring you — yes, we’re talking your real name and your real face — could already be popping up online.That is, unless you’ve already taken action to stop the search giant from using your Google account information in its ads. If you haven’t, we’ll show you how in just a moment in three easy steps.So you might have heard that Google quietly updated its Terms of Service a few weeks ago. If you’re like most people, you didn’t notice, and you might not make a habit of actually reading any company’s trailing terms and conditions, Google included.Related: Amid Privacy Concerns, Google to Reject Facial Recognition Apps on Glass — For NowWell, this time you might want to because Google’s latest “Privacy & Terms” update says the company can “display” a lot about you in ads and “other commercial contexts.”According to Google’s new and not-so-improved (in our opinion) terms, this includes your “Google profile name, profile photo, and actions you take on Google or third-party applications connected to your Google Account (such as +1’s, review you write and recommendations you post) in our Services.”It’s all part of Google’s new Shared Endorsements plan, which ensures “that your reviews, recommendations and other relevant activity” get in front of “the people you really care about” in the form of ads and in other “shopping contexts” that they might see when cruising for apps, music and other stuff in the Google Play store and elsewhere.Related: Congress to Google: Glass Privacy Issues Must Be Taken Seriously Google lays out how the new initiative works in this example:For example, if you search for “Italian restaurants,” you might see an ad for a nearby restaurant along with your friend’s favorable review. Or, in Google Play, you might see that another friend has +1’d a new song or album.That’s the bad news. The good news: You don’t have to sit idly by and let Google sell you out to sell products, services and who knows what else (even if you must sit idly by as Big Brother Google snoops your emails to better advertise to you, which is also clearly noted in its Terms of Service, in case you didn’t know).Here’s all you have to do to keep your name and face out of Google ads:1. Login to your Google account.2. Go to Google’s Shared Endorsements page here and scroll down to the bottom of the page.3. Uncheck the box that reads “Based upon my activity, Google may show my name and profile photo in shared endorsements that appear in ads.”Once you opt out in a few quick clicks, you won’t exactly be flying under Google’s radar. Not even close. But at least you won’t be showing up in Google ads.Related: Customer Privacy: What You Need to Know About Social Media, Passwords Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now May 19, 2014 3 min readcenter_img This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. Enroll Now for Freelast_img read more

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A look back at a different world Remembering the Fourth of July

first_imgRelated posts:VIDEO: Barbecuing with Lucas Withington Dueling Anthems: ‘Star-Spangled Banner’ vs. ‘Hermosa Bandera’ Costa Rica celebrates the Fourth of July Fourth of July, school vacation romps, and other happenings around Costa Rica In memory of our publisher, Jonathan Harris, and in celebration of the Fourth of July Picnic whose history meant a great deal to him, we are proud to share a reflection he wrote about his childhood memories of the event. It was originally published in July 2015. We are preparing more information about the life of Jonathan Harris to be shared later this week. Those with reflections they wish to share can contact kstanley@ticotimes.net. Fifty years ago in July was simply unforgettable. Sure, I was all of 6 years old, and had only just begun to have my surroundings indelibly imprinted into my future memory, but if you were around back then you must remember, too. The skies were bluer than they’ve ever been since. The grass was huge and very green in the empty pastures that surrounded the old U.S. Embassy Residence. There were cows roaming the streets, and we all had cattle guards to keep them (mostly successfully) out of our homes.It was a very special day. My family woke early and walked to the Embassy Residence for the picnic, which, as it is today, was held in the morning to avoid afternoon showers. It may have been the last time my Dad had to hoist me on his shoulders most of the way because I couldn’t keep up. If I had been asked then where I would be living in 50 years, I would have wondered why I would be living anywhere but where I lived then – which, of course, is where I live now. A location obviously selected to be within walking distance of the picnic in San Rafael de Escazú.The Embassy Residence was special to us for several reasons. One reason that stands out even more than the picnics themselves was that John F. Kennedy shook my brother’s hand at an event there two years before. JFK had Costa Rica thoroughly smitten, and my brother was no exception: I don’t think he washed his hands for years afterwards. Of course, my mother later inadvertently threw out my brother’s diary where Mr. Kennedy wrote a note to his friend Michael.Seen from the enlightened perspective of 2015, Costa Rica was a different world in 1965. It seems unreal to describe that world now. The country was embarking on its new path forward that had started in 1948. We were very isolated. We didn’t have U.S. fast-food chains. We couldn’t even buy ketchup. My favorite birthday present was a small bottle of Welch’s grape juice, which to me was a fine wine. We didn’t have American TV, and movies arrived years after their original release. Transportation by horse out here in the boonies was still commonplace. Poisoned meat was still thrown in the streets by the authorities to control rabies. All Americans spoke Spanish, very well, and most of our friends were Costa Rican; they welcomed us in their homes, as they were welcome in ours. We were assimilating. The 4th of July picnic was our one opportunity to parade Uncle Sam and the American flag, and invite all our Tico friends to share our special day. Costa Rican President José “Pepe” Figueres embraces U.S. Ambassador Viron Vlaky at the 1973 picnic. Archives/The Tico TimesPresident José “Pepe” Figueres was a hero, not only to Costa Rica, but also to those of us who had adopted this country as well. The holiday was a time to hold hands and celebrate both our countries’ heritage, and vow to move together towards a better future. Thanks to Jack Fendell, who started the American Colony’s July 4 picnic tradition, we continued to live our shared lives and our shared heritage. The picnic epitomized our two cultures learning to live, and grow, together.There were relatively few American families in Costa Rica then, and we knew them all. In fact, it seemed to me that my parents knew everyone on the planet, but certainly everyone at the picnic, U.S. and Tico. There was no visible security entering the picnic except for the very impressively outfitted Marines who couldn’t help playing with the kids. Everyone was welcome, regardless of nationality. No IDs were checked. It was a party for all.July 4, 1965 was a Sunday, so nobody had an excuse to not come – if, that is, they could make it out to the hinterland of Escazú in the morning. I remember arriving vividly. The huge gates are wide open. The crisp Marines stand on either side and welcome you. You are immediately impressed with the fact that you’re walking towards the grandest house you’ve ever seen. It is immaculately white with huge columns around its entrance holding up a balcony. There is an oval drive with a beautiful garden in the middle. It is mind-blowing. Surely even the real White House wishes it looked like this.What a great day to be an American… in Costa Rica. Fun and games at the former Ambassador’s Residence. Archives/The Tico TimesThe ambassador and his family, who, of course, we and everybody else know, make a point of greeting us personally. The adults mingle, which means the kids are let loose to run around. Parents go get a drink (beer?), and walk around in their Sunday best laughing loudly, making us very glad to go and do all the kid stuff there is to do. There are the games – three-legged races, sack races, egg tosses – the same theme there always was and always will be.But I had two favorite events. I think we all agreed. You simply had to get on the oxcart that did continuous loops around the oval driveway, and you had to watch Woody Woodpecker.As you can imagine, it was a beautifully painted, Sarchí-style oxcart led by two huge oxen. The concession to human cargo was rubber tires. The man in charge was our gardener’s cousin, and he swooped me up seamlessly into the insanity of too many other small children in the cart. Nothing much happened, and oxcarts were a common sight back then, but the fun of it was beyond description. It was the Costa Rican version of a hayride, I suppose. You could stay on as long as you wanted, and boastfully wave to anyone you knew, which was everyone. Costa Rican President Daniel Oduber addresses picnic-goers at the Bicentennial celebration. Archives/The Tico TimesThen there was Woody Woodpecker. We didn’t have TVs at home. No cartoons, no Elmer Fudd, Mr. Ed or Bewitched. That was yet to come. But the embassy was special. They had a garage with a projector, an unstable screen, and more kids than could be accommodated in the folding chairs lined up for them, all screaming as the scratchy reel of endless black-and-white Woody cartoons started to show. It was hot. We were all hungry and thirsty. It was loud. It was very, very fun. I can picture every corner of that garage. The rat-a-tat theme song rings in my ears as I remember it.I also remember being told that the Secret Service had brought down the latest Woody cartoons just for us on a special plane.Food was plentiful, and wonderfully unhealthy. As I recall, it was free, and all we had to do was run up to a stand and place our order, even when we couldn’t quite reach the counter. Mrs. Jagush was in charge of hot dogs. But it was very Costa Rican too, because that’s what we were all used to and loved. There were sugar-encrusted churros, little plates of gallo pinto, gallos de chorizo, and tons of ice cream. It was like a Costa Rican feria, American style.As the years went by, I never once missed a picnic. The residence was moved to where it is today a half mile down the road, where the picnic continued to be held for years until it began to be held at the Cervecería grounds. As the American population grew, the flavor of the party changed. In high school, years later, we arrived as usual and had fun as usual, lost every event as usual, and left before the rains came.And we all, whether we admitted it or not, missed Woody Woodpecker.Read more about this year’s Fourth of July Picnic here. The former U.S. Ambassador’s Residence as it appears today. Alberto Font/The Tico Times Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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Polls close in Burundi election as president seeks 3rd term

first_img Comments   Share   With some of the opposition boycotting the election and others charging that they were not allowed to campaign, Nkurunziza, 51, is not facing a strong electoral challenge.The U.S. State Department warned Tuesday that the election is not credible.“The legitimacy of the electoral process in Burundi over the past few months has been tainted by the government’s harassment of opposition and civil society members, closing down of media outlets and political space, and intimidation of voters,” U.S. State Department Spokesman John Kirby said in a statement.The U.S. is considering sanctions, including visa bans for those found responsible in the promotion of instability in the country, he said.Many fear that Burundi’s election may provoke widespread violence. Since independence from Belgium in 1961, Burundi has had four coups and a civil war that an estimated 250,000 dead. Kirby said the “fragile progress” made since the end of the civil war in 2006 is at risk of unraveling. The British government also issued a statement saying the poll is “discredited.”Burundi has been rocked by unrest since April when the ruling party announced Nkurunziza would run for a third term. More than 100 people have died in street protests against the president’s bid to extend his time in power. The strife triggered an attempted military coup in mid-May that was quickly put down by pro-Nkurunziza forces. Top Stories New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies ___Associated Press Writer Gerard Nzohabona contributed to this report from Ngozi, Burundi.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Policemen patrol the Musaga district of Bujumbura, Burundi, Monday July 20, 2015. Government representatives failed to show up Sunday for talks in Burundi aimed at ending the unrest caused by the president’s controversial bid for a third term, forcing the mediation to be adjourned just ahead of Tuesday’s election, the talks facilitator said. Burundi has been rocked by violence that has left more than 100 people dead. Over 144,000 people have fled the country since the ruling party announced President Pierre Nkurunziza’s candidacy in April. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay) BUJUMBURA, Burundi (AP) — Overnight gunfire and explosions kept turnout low Tuesday in Burundi’s presidential election, with three people killed in unrest over President Pierre Nkurunziza’s bid for a third term that his opponents say is unconstitutional.Turnout was low in the capital, Bujumbura, and one province but 16 other provinces had a good level of voters, said the head of Burundi’s electoral commission Claver Ndayicariye. Results are expected in two days, he said. 5 treatments for adult scoliosis Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Sponsored Stories Two policemen were shot dead in the capital Monday night, said Willy Nyamitwe, the presidential adviser for information and media. The body of an opposition official was found on a road Tuesday morning. The opposition and the government blame each other for the overnight violence.At least 170,000 refugees have fled the country fearing electoral violence, said the U.N. refugee agency. Nkurunziza’s critics including his second vice-president, the deputy president of the Constitutional Court and the vice-chairwoman of the electoral commission are among dozens who have gone to exile alleging death threats.Among the few people who voted in opposition areas of the capital, Bujumbura, many tried to wipe off the indelible ink on their fingers fearing reprisals from opposition supporters.Unlike the capital city, a high turn-out was reported in Nkurunziza’s hometown of Ngozi in northern Burundi where the president voted, riding up to the polling station on a bicycle.Opponents say Nkurunziza must retire because the constitution limits the president to two terms. But the president’s supporters say he is eligible for a third term because he was chosen by lawmakers — and not popularly elected — for his first term in 2005. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall 3 international destinations to visit in 2019last_img read more

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Viewers see vulnerable Serena Williams in 5part T

first_imgViewers see vulnerable Serena Williams in 5-part TV series In this photo provided by HBO, date not provided, Serena Williams appears in a scene from the HBO series “Being Serena,” a five-part documentary. The series offers viewers a chance to feel as if they are getting to know the athlete better. There is the footage, including in the delivery room when Williams gave birth to her daughter on Sept. 1. And there are interviews, including with Williams; her husband, Reddit co-founder Alex Ohanian; her tennis-playing sister, Venus; another sibling; their mother; and Williams’ agent, Jill Smoller. (HBO via AP) by Howard Fendrich, The Associated Press Posted May 2, 2018 12:47 am PDT Last Updated May 3, 2018 at 7:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img The first episode of “Being Serena,” a five-part documentary series on HBO about Serena Williams, closes with the tennis great in a hospital bed, about to have a C-section.Just before the screen fades, a voiceover from Williams is heard: “I was terrified. And it was a whole new kind of fear. Tennis? I don’t think it ever felt so far away. And I don’t think my life ever felt so unsure.”That is just one example of the images and words that show vulnerability the world is not accustomed to seeing — or hearing — from the owner of 23 Grand Slam singles championships, someone whose on-court game is built, at least in part, on intimidating power.“Being Serena,” airing on Wednesday nights starting this week, offers viewers a chance to feel as if they are getting to know the athlete better. There is the footage, including in the delivery room when Williams gave birth to her daughter on Sept. 1. And there are interviews, including with Williams; her husband, Reddit co-founder Alex Ohanian; her tennis-playing sister, Venus; another sibling; their mother; and Williams’ agent, Jill Smoller.The debut episode is titled “Fear.” The other episode provided to reviewers is called “Strength.”Those first two installments mainly focus on Williams’ pregnancy, her difficult childbirth and her thoughts on motherhood.“There’s no escaping the fear: The fear that I might not come back as strong as I was. The fear that I can’t be both the best mother and the best tennis player in the world. I guess my only choice is to live and find out,” Williams says at one point.She cries as she recounts the pulmonary embolism that made it hard for her to breathe shortly after her child was born.There are also lighthearted moments, such as this exchange:Ohanian: “What did you say when someone said that our little girl was going to win Wimbledon in, like, 15-20 years?”Williams: “Not if I’m still on tour.”Ohanian: “You’re ridiculous.”The second episode closes with Williams heading to the practice court, seven weeks after becoming a mom, ready to get her comeback to the tour started.“I was thinking that I could just feel it around. Just probably hit some groundstrokes and see if I still have it, you know? Or need to pursue a different career,” Williams says with a chuckle.She won the 2017 Australian Open while pregnant and has not played in a major tournament since.Her next chance to take the Grand Slam stage could come at the French Open, which starts May 27.“I have more tennis to play,” Williams says in episode No. 2. “I have my life to live.”___More AP tennis coverage: https://apnews.com/tag/apf-Tennislast_img read more

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