The Sun Daily - Tech
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WhoWhatWhy
2 days
If this really turns out to be the case, and I have no idea whether it is or not, then I think you will have created a critical mass for impeachment. So far the response of the Trump team, I have to say, looks a lot like a Nixonian cover-up. First these guys like Jeff Sessions and Jared Kushner and Carter Page said Oh, we didn't have any contact with the Russians. Then of course it turns out that they did have contacts with the Russians, then they deflect, then they deceive, and then ultimately if they have to make a statement they say, Oh, it was all innocuous anyway. Then why conceal it? It sounds a lot like what the Nixon administration said about Watergate, that it was just a third-rate burglary. Then the other thing that I think ... Well, there are several other things that could cross the line into impeachment.
BBC News 24
2 days
into the contract when they extended the lease for no other reason than his financial gain. There'd be no reason he needs to do this. Look at the wording of the clause. It is clearly constructed to deceive. What we say to all members of the conveyancing association is, make sure that if you are advising client on these clauses,.
Informed Comment
2 days
BBC News 24
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Reporters from the Reuters and AFP news agencies say they have been told by judicial sources that the company is being investigated for breaking consumer protection laws. PSA said its vehicles have never been fitted with software to let its diesel engines deceive pollution tests. First daughter, Ivanka Trump, is among some of the world's most powerful women from business and politics meeting in Berlin today under the title the W20. The group wants to highlight the issue of women's economic participation and empowerment while reducing the gender employment gap by 25% by 2025
BBC Parliament
5 days
we would continue to express our values. Why is this Government continuing to confuse and deceive people got the Convention of human rights is anything to do with the EU? Somehow signed up to -- it was signed up to buy nations just.
Google Research Blog
6 days
Another 1 in 10 fake listings belonged to real businesses that bad actors had improperly claimed ownership over, such as hotels and restaurants. While making a reservation or ordering a meal was indistinguishable from the real thing, behind the scenes, the bad actors would deceive the actual business into paying referral fees for organic interest. How does Google My Business verify information? Google My Business currently verifies the information provided by business owners before making it available to users. For freshly created listings, we physically mail a postcard to the new listingsaddress to ensure the location really exists. For businesses changing owners, we make an automated call to the listing’s phone number to verify the change.
Washingtons Blog
6 days
S. ‘newsmedia and government are so partial in favor of fundamentalist Sunnis, against Shiites. America’s soldiers are actually fighting foreign wars for foreign powers who are claimed to be ‘allies’, but who are actually the ones that invade America and slaughter Americans .) Here will be documented that Donald Trump is now clearly following in George W. Bush’s (and Barack Obama’s) footsteps, being advised by liars , who deceive the public into invading, on false pretexts — the chief crime for which the Nazi military leaders at Nuremberg were tried and executed . Now it’s America’s leaders, who should be in the docks. This is an ugly reality, in which America’s press is complicit by refusing to report it. Indeed, America’s press is essential to the success of the government’s fraud, which certainly succeeded against Saddam Hussein in 2003, and which is again succeeding against Bashar al-Assad now.
BBC Parliament
6 days
the parties together in Northern Ireland we avoid committees upstairs running Northern Ireland, which is as I've said, most unsatisfactory. If he does even if he doesn't, I said this in the House before, I really do think we need to look at some of the Belfast agreement, legislation, deceive it needs updating, and that is not in any way to.
The Sun Daily - Sport
6 days
Inter went from holding a 2-1 half-time lead to trailing 5-2 with 11 minutes to play. Although captain Mauro Icardi hit a late brace to complete his hat-trick and reduced arrears to 5-4 in stoppages, it was too little too late. After being pushed, rather reluctantly, in front of television cameras post-match Icardi claimed Inter "deserved" to play in Europe. "With the squad we have we deserve to be playing the Europa League because our chances of Champions League football ended with the defeats to Sampdoria and Crotone," Icardi told Mediaset Premium. "We'll see. We have five games left. Until May 28, we have to give every last drop and be as clinical as possible." Yet after years of relative success under the guidance of legendary club defender and captain Javier Zanetti, who won 16 trophies in 615 appearances for Inter before retiring in 2014, Icardi is flattering to deceive.
The Economic Times
6 days
To develop its own business, Uber sidestepped authorities. Some employees started using a tool called Greyball to deceive officials trying to shut down Uber's service. The tool, developed to aid driver safety and to trick fraudsters, essentially showed a fake version of Uber's app to some people to disguise the locations of cars and drivers. It soon became a way for Uber drivers to evade capture by law enforcement in places where the service was deemed illegal. After The Times reported on Greyball in March, Uber said it would prohibit employees from using the tool against law enforcement. The idea of fooling Apple, the main distributor of Uber's app, began in 2014. At the time, Uber was dealing with widespread account fraud in places like China, where tricksters bought stolen iPhones that were erased and resold. Some Uber drivers there would then create dozens of fake email addresses to sign up for new Uber rider accounts attached to each phone, and request rides from those phones, which they would then accept.
The Economic Times
6 days
To develop its own business, Uber sidestepped authorities. Some employees started using a tool called Greyball to deceive officials trying to shut down Uber's service. The tool, developed to aid driver safety and to trick fraudsters, essentially showed a fake version of Uber's app to some people to disguise the locations of cars and drivers. It soon became a way for Uber drivers to evade capture by law enforcement in places where the service was deemed illegal. After The Times reported on Greyball in March, Uber said it would prohibit employees from using the tool against law enforcement. The idea of fooling Apple, the main distributor of Uber's app, began in 2014. At the time, Uber was dealing with widespread account fraud in places like China, where tricksters bought stolen iPhones that were erased and resold. Some Uber drivers there would then create dozens of fake email addresses to sign up for new Uber rider accounts attached to each phone, and request rides from those phones, which they would then accept.
PC Pro
9 days
Utilising its network of YouTubers willing to act as ambassadors for “social change”, Google is making good on its promise to change by promoting its “five fundamentals” of voice, story, courage, community and action alongside its series of workshops across the country. “The internet is what we want it to be,” YouTube’s head of public policy Naomi Gummer explained in a statement to BBC Newsbeat. “[It] can be an unpleasant place where people misunderstand and deliberately deceive each other. Or it can be this amazing place where we can share, collaborate, understand and help each other.” See related What happened to the hacktivists? “We all have a part to play in making that positive, healthy place. It sounds big, but actually it’s easy and you know what to do. Stand up for what you want.” Let’s hope that, through the power of workshops, YouTube is able to reverse the trend towards unpleasantness across the internet.
Techradar
9 days
So, its purview covers the experience for young people being online, and how upsetting and confusing that can be, as well as how to best react to other people and events. Presented by the CD of youth creative consultancy firm Industry in the Streets Alain Fusion Clapham, youth mentor Efe Ezekiel and YouTuber Nadir Nahdi , the course has apparently garnered some positive results in the trial phase of its development. According to Fusion: The internet is what we want it to be. It can be an unpleasant place where people misunderstand and deliberately deceive each other. Or it can be this amazing place where we can share, collaborate, understand and help each other. A noble idea indeed, and if this course can help to shape the internet for the better, we welcome it. The best free YouTube to MP3 converter 2017
PC Pro
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The site has already blocked advertising revenue from channels with fewer than 10,000 views , but this next step is about changing the tone of its future stars. Utilising its network of YouTubers willing to act as ambassadors for “social change”, Google is making good on its promise to change by promoting its “five fundamentals” of voice, story, courage, community and action alongside its series of workshops across the country. “The internet is what we want it to be,” YouTube’s head of public policy Naomi Gummer explained in a statement to BBC Newsbeat. “[the internet] can be an unpleasant place where people misunderstand and deliberately deceive each other. Or it can be this amazing place where we can share, collaborate, understand and help each other.” See related Reuters built an algorithm to battle fake news on Twitter Donald Trump: The man that made the world take fake news seriously Apple vows to take on fake news, but it doesnt know how to just yet “We all have a part to play in making that positive, healthy place.
InfoWars
10 days
MintPress News
11 days
If Western governments and media outlets repeat the mistakes of 2013 by not verifying the claims made by the White Helmets… they may very well end up offering these extremist groups support if they prematurely choose to retaliate against Assad before the dust can settle. Postol and Lloyd are right to be skeptical of the claims made by the U.S. government. As Brandon Turbeville has noted , a declassified CIA document from 1983 shows that the U.S. has long held removal of Assad as their goal. The U.S. and Turkey would love to overthrow Assad and build an oil pipeline straight through the nation of Syria. To do this they will use every trick up their sleeve to deceive the public and push for more wars in the name of “liberty” and “democracy.” In fact, the U.S. is already trying to blame a recent bus attack on President Assad – once again without much credible evidence.
The Sun Daily
12 days
WASHINGTON: North Korea watchers said Tuesday they had observed unusual activity at the reclusive country's nuclear test siteworkers playing volleyball. The 38 North monitoring group said satellite imagery captured Sunday showed personnel at the guard barracks and two other areas at the Punggye-ri test site playing the popular game. "It suggests that the facility might be going into a standby mode," said Joseph Bermudez, a North Korea expert and an analyst for the Washington-based 38 North. "It also suggests that these volleyball games are being conducted with the North Koreans knowing that we will be looking and reporting on it. They are either sending us a message that they have put the facility on standby, or they are trying to deceive us." 38 North last week said Punggye-ri was "primed and ready" to conduct its sixth nuclear test, possibly to coincide with last Saturday's celebrations marking the birthdate of regime founder Kim Il-Sung.
Bristol Post
12 days
Rovers fans Dennis Payter gives his thoughts after Harrisons winner gave Rovers the win against Oldham
Bristol Post
12 days
Rovers fans Dennis Payter gives his thoughts after Harrisons winner gives the Gas all three points against Oldham
The Event Chronicle
13 days
Leading member of the UN commission of inquiry Carla Del Ponte told Swiss TV that there were “strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof” that ISIS did it.. “ Patrick Lang — a former DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) Colonel — does not mince words about the US attacks on Syria. Lang claims that Donald Trump’s decision to launch cruise missile strikes on a Syrian Air Force Base was based on a lie.” @INTEL_TODAY According to the experts at Swedish Professors & Doctors For Human Rights (SWEDHR) the chemical attack in Syria was staged. “ Nothing about what was going on outside the room and other evidence that would have been important in order to evaluate the correspondence between the life-saving procedures and the agent that was producing those injuriesIt is absolutely necessary for an expert to examine that evidence – what is a fact, what is a fantasy, what is a fake and trying to deceive the public with the political purpose of establishing a no-fly zone in Syria which would have enormous consequences in geopolitical terms.
The Event Chronicle
13 days
Pariahs and Parasites. But working now in conjunction with the Agencies, and owning the MSM Propaganda machine, Truth cannot speak its name. Justice is denied. These are predatory Kazakhs, be in no doubt how it will end left unchallenged. America MUST end the Jewish Fed and REMOVE the Zios out of the US Treasury. But who is big enough a Patriot with the power? America can have no financial integrity with this malignant Cult manipulating all it achieves, only to then as always, deceive. The Fed must be nationalised by America with NO Compensation, Jews removed as they chose to exclude all others, and America's heritage recovered. Over 100 years of their voracious financial control and cynical dishonesty, they have impoverished and indebted a great nation, and no one dare call it. It’s a worldwide epidemic. Zionism is the combined malignant extremism of a truly vile life force, combined with the guttural ramblings of that Paranoid, Delusional Schizophrenic Abraham.
BBC News 24
14 days
that they may have the last word. These things lie. They deceive. They pretend to have power that they do not have when they say that they are final. The Royal Family gathered at St George's Chapel in Windsor
BBC News 24
14 days
that they may have the last word. These things lie. They deceive. They pretend to have power that they do not have when they say that they are final. The Royal Family gathered at St George's Chapel in Windsor