The governments of Nova Scotia and Canada will extend the moratorium on oil and gas exploration and drilling on Georges Bank to Dec. 31, 2015. “We know that any decision on whether or not to lift the moratorium on Georges Bank could have significant economic and environmental impacts on the province, the country, and beyond,” Premier Darrell Dexter said. “It is critical that government understands these impacts before such a decision is made. “We would want solid science and a full public review before making any decision to lift the moratorium. I have heard the public’s concerns and I am confident that extending the moratorium will put people’s minds at ease.” When the moratorium was first extended in 1999, the federal and provincial governments committed to try to work with U.S. agencies, as Georges Bank crosses international borders. The United States has also opted to ban oil and gas exploration on Georges Bank. Both levels of government also agreed to gather and develop information on the delicate Georges Bank ecosystem, particularly about fishing and petroleum activities and technologies. The research only began recently, and preliminary results suggest there will be more work to do. The three-year extension announced today, May 13, will allow this process to be completed, as critical research results are expected later this year. Government will then assess the findings and focus on filling research gaps. “We value and respect our ocean ecosystem,” said Energy Minister Bill Estabrooks. “We also value and respect the men and women who work there, in both the fishing and petroleum industries. In order to make the right decision, we need more time to get the best scientific information available.” “The government of Canada is committed to the responsible management of Canada’s offshore resources,” said Christian Paradis, Minister of Natural Resources Canada. “We will continue to work closely with the province of Nova Scotia on studies and decisions relating to Georges Bank.” Mr. Estabrooks said there may be important lessons to learn from the Gulf of Mexico drilling disaster. A preliminary review is researching potential environmental and socio-economic impacts of offshore petroleum activities on Georges Bank, if permitted. Another study is assessing technologies and practices in offshore exploration, drilling and production that have been developed since the 1999 Georges Bank review. Additional research is using modern software to reinterpret seismic information to better understand the resource potential. Fisheries and Oceans Canada is also conducting research. read more
Learn about the wonders of the woods, the value of our forests, and the diversity of nature at Nova Scotia’s first Open Forest Day on Saturday, Oct. 24, at Maskwa Aquatic Club in the Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes Wilderness Area. The Department of Natural Resources and 30 organizations are joining to inform Nova Scotians on developing and maintaining woodlands, and the importance of natural resources in the province. “The forests have so much to offer, whether you’re looking to explore nature or economic opportunity, it is here in our backyard,” said Justice Minister Diana Whalen, on behalf of acting Natural Resources Minister Zach Churchill. The event will feature information booths and family-fun activities along a hiking trail in the Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes Wilderness Area. Presentations in the main building of the aquatic club will cover the role of forests in the environment, the economy, and our lives, basic woods safety, biodiversity in the garden and more. “Biodiversity is the key to healthy woodlands just as it is to gardens, and I look forward to expanding on this at Open Forest Day,” said Marjorie Willison, CBC Radio’s gardening expert and author of East Coast Gardener. The event is free and runs from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Activities for the day include guided hikes, face painting, All Nations Mi’kmaq Drummers, and a passport to nature game. Tea and coffee will be provided and lunch will be available for purchase. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/NovaScotiaWoodlands. read more
New Delhi: The government’s initiatives such as relaxed norms for company incorporation, and removing requirement of a bank account for GST registration will help India further improve its ease of doing business ranking of the World Bank this year, a senior official has said. “Several steps have been initiated by the government this year on all the ten parameters. It will significantly help improve India’s ranking this year,” the official said. Also Read – Commercial vehicle sales to remain subdued in current fiscal: IcraIn its annual ‘Doing Business’ report, the World Bank ranks nations based on 10 parameters relating to starting and doing business in a country. These parameters include ease of starting a business, construction permits, getting electricity, getting credit, paying taxes, trade across borders, enforcing contracts and resolving insolvency. The next report is expected to be released in October 2019. India improved its ranking by 23 places to the 77th position in the 2018 report. Also Read – Ashok Leyland stock tanks over 5 pc as co plans to suspend production for up to 15 daysOther steps, which the government has taken, include clubbing of several forms into one; elimination of fee for incorporation of companies where authorised capital is up to Rs 15 lakh; removal of company seal or rubber stamp; and combined registration for EPFO and ESIC. The government official added that several reforms have been implemented to improve the trade experience of companies. These reforms include introduction of a single window for all import and export transactions, integration of all stakeholders such as port and terminal operators at a common platform and fast tracking clearances of consignments at ports. The government has launched ‘PCS1x’, an upgraded version of the e-commerce portal for Port Community System (PCS), which intends to integrate 27 maritime stakeholders at a common platform. Further, India has reduced the time and cost of exports and imports through various initiatives, including the implementation of electronic sealing of containers, upgrading of port infrastructure and allowing electronic submission of supporting documents with digital signatures. India is aiming to improve its ranking within top 50th in the coming years. Improving ranking helps a country to provide a better investment climate for investors. read more
The Supreme Court has determined that the Buddhist dialogue draft bill requires a referendum.Speaker Karu Jayasuriya said that the Supreme Court has also determined that the draft bill requires a 2/3 majority in Parliament to be enacted. (Colombo Gazette)
Basil Rajapaksa was arrested recently over the land issue but was later released on bail. (Colombo Gazette) Willie Gamage, a former secretary of former Economic Affairs Minister Basil Rajapaksa and another former Government official were arrested today by the police Financial Crimes Investigations Division (FCID).They were arrested in relation to a land deal in Matara which also involved former Economic Affairs Minister Basil Rajapaksa.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Billionaire Son hopes cooing, emotion-sensing humanoid will change perceptions of robots TOKYO – A cooing, gesturing humanoid on wheels that can decipher emotions has been unveiled in Japan by billionaire Masayoshi Son who says robots should be tender and make people smile.Son’s mobile phone company Softbank said Thursday that the robot it has dubbed Pepper will go on sale in Japan in February for 198,000 yen ($1,900). Overseas sales plans are under consideration but undecided.The machine, which has no legs, but has gently gesticulating hands appeared on a stage in a Tokyo suburb, cooing and humming. It dramatically touched hands with Son in a Genesis or “E.T.” moment.Son, who told the crowd that his longtime dream was to go into the personal robot business, said Pepper has been programmed to read the emotions of people around it by recognizing expressions and voice tones.“Our aim is to develop affectionate robots that can make people smile,” he said.Cuddly robots are not new in Japan, a nation dominated by “kawaii,” or cute culture, but no companion robot has emerged a major market success yet.Japanese electronics and entertainment company Sony Corp. discontinued the Aibo pet-dog robot in 2006, despite any outcry from its fans. At that time, Sony had developed a child-shaped entertainment robot similar to Pepper but much smaller, capable of dances and other charming moves, which never became a commercial product.Honda Motor Co. has developed the walking, talking Asimo robot, but that is too sophisticated and expensive for home use, and appears in Honda showrooms and gala events only. Even then, it is prone to glitches because of its complexity.Many other Japanese companies, including Hitachi Ltd. and Toyota Motor Corp., not to mention universities and startups, have developed various robots, big and small, which entertain and serve as companions.There is little emphasis on delivering on practical work, in contrast to industrial robots at factories and military robots for war.But the potential is great for intelligent machines as the number of elderly requiring care is expected to soar in rapidly-aging Japan in coming years. Robotic technology is already used to check on the elderly and monitor their health and safety, but robots might also play a role in reducing feelings of loneliness and isolation.The 121 centimetre (48 inch) tall, 28 kilogram (62 pound) white Pepper, which has no hair but two large doll-like eyes and a flat-panel display stuck on its chest, was developed jointly with Aldebaran Robotics, which produces autonomous humanoid robots.Besides featuring the latest voice recognition, Pepper is loaded with more than a dozen sensors, including two touch sensors in its hands, three touch sensors on its head, and six laser sensors and three bumper sensors in its base.It also has two cameras and four microphones on its head and has Wi-Fi and Ethernet networking capabilities.In Thursday’s demonstration, Pepper sang, “I want to be loved.”Softbank said Pepper can dance and tell jokes. The machine will be on display starting Friday at Softbank retailers.Softbank, which now owns Sprint of the U.S. and boasts more than 100 million subscribers globally, has been growing rapidly as a mobile carrier in Japan, boosted by being the first to offer Apple’s iPhone.Aldebaran Robotics, which has offices in France, China, Japan and the U.S., is 78.5 per cent owned by Softbank.“I’ve believed that the most important role of robots will be as kind and emotional companions to enhance our daily lives, to bring happiness, constantly surprise us and make people grow,” said Bruno Maisonnier, founder and chief executive of Aldebaran, who appeared on the stage with Son.Aldebaran has produced more than 5,000 of its Nao humanoid, its first product, which is used for research and educational purposes.Pepper can get information from cloud-based databases and comes with safety features to avoid crashes and falls, and its capabilities can grow by installing more robot applications, according to Softbank.___Online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osD6O4LAcpo___Follow Yuri Kageyama on Twitter at twitter.com/yurikageyama by Yuri Kageyama, The Associated Press Posted Jun 5, 2014 2:04 am MDT read more
by Michael Liedtke, The Associated Press Posted Jan 4, 2017 5:34 pm MDT Last Updated Jan 4, 2017 at 8:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Lawsuit seeks to ban Google from US government contracts SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S. Labor Department is trying to bar Google from doing business with the federal government unless the internet company turns over confidential information about thousands of its employees.The potential banishment is being sought in a Labor Department lawsuit filed Wednesday with the Office of Administrative Law Judges.The complaint alleges that Google has repeatedly refused to provide the Labor Department with employee compensation records and other information as part of an audit designed to ensure the company isn’t discriminating against workers based on gender or race.The review of how Google pays the thousands of workers at its Mountain View, California, headquarters is allowed under decades-old laws regulating U.S. government contractors.Google has struck a series of deals with various federal government agencies during the past decade, including a digital advertising agreement cited by the Labor Department that has generated more than $600,000 for the company since June 2014, according to the complaint. That amount is a pittance for Google, whose revenue has surpassed $130 billion during the same span.If Google doesn’t comply with all its demands, the Labor Department wants a legal order that would void all of the company’s current federal government contracts and block future deals.In a statement, Google said it has provided hundreds of thousands of records in an attempt to comply with the Labor Department’s requests, but has rebuffed some of the agency’s demands as “overbroad” and an invasion of employee privacy.Like most other big technology companies, Google for the past few years has been posting breakdowns of its workforce that show most of its computer programmers and other high-paid employees in technical jobs are white and Asian men. The disclosures have become a source of embarrassment for Google and its technology industry peers, who have repeatedly acknowledged they need to do more to hire women, blacks and Hispanics.“We’re very committed to our affirmative action obligations, and to improving the diversity of our workforce, and have been very vocal about the importance of these issues,” Google reiterated in its response to the Labor Department’s lawsuit.But Google, which is part of Alphabet Inc., and other tech companies so far have only been disclosing the types of jobs held by the two genders and different races without providing specifics about the salaries in different employment categories. It is well known, though, that programmers and engineers who write the coding for technology products and services are among the highest paid workers besides the companies’ executives.The Labor Department maintains that Google agreed to submit to a higher level of scrutiny when it decided to do business with federal agencies funded by taxpayers.“Like other federal contractors, Google has a legal obligation to provide relevant information requested in the course of a routine compliance evaluation,” said Thomas Dowd, acting director of the Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs. read more
Last week U.S. sprinter Tyson Gay tested positive for a banned substance, just a month before the U.S. track and field team is set to compete in the world championships in Moscow.After the results of the test went public, the world’s second fastest man ever in 100 meters, conceded that his sample drug test was positive and made no excuses for the results.In a phone interview, Gay, whose voice appeared to be distorted by weeping, talked about the test, saying: “I don’t have any lies. I don’t have anything to say to make this seem like it was a mistake.”New information surfaced today about where the sprinter may have possibly received the banned substance. Sports Illustrated is reporting:“Gay has been treated by Atlanta chiropractor and anti-aging specialist Clayton Gibson. In the sports world, the term ‘anti-aging’ has often come to signify therapy that uses hormones — usually testosterone and HGH — and testosterone precursors, like DHEA. DHEA can be obtained over the counter and is permitted in certain sports, including baseball, but not those contested in the Olympics.”Gibson told SI in a phone interview that he staring working with the athlete prior to the Olympic trials last year, and that he was apparently clean before he started the treatment with Gay. “We had [Gay’s] blood tested and everything before the trials just as an evaluation and taking a history to learn about the patient,” said Gibson.When Gibson was asked what exactly did Gay take, the specialist responded, “Until I look at his files, I wouldn’t be able to know exactly what he was given. And I have to have a release to give out his information.” read more
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedSeawall Shooting: Police say “eyewitness” interview did not take placeMarch 27, 2018In “Crime”Seawall Shooting: “Eyewitness” was never on the roof- Acting Top CopMarch 29, 2018In “Crime”Seawall shooting: Fear, lack of confidence in police made “eyewitness” a no-show- AttorneyMarch 29, 2018In “Crime” Two weeks after the three men who were killed by officers at the Kingston Seawall over what the Guyana Police Force described as a foiled robbery attempt, an alleged eyewitness is now saying that based on what he saw, the suspects may have been executed by the police.The damaged unmarked police vehicleThe alleged eyewitness, at a press conference held earlier today, identified himself as Devon Lyte, a construction worker of Mc Doom, Greater Georgetown and was in the company of prominent lawyer Nigel Hughes, who is also representing the family of Dextroy Cordis- one of the men killed- who are claiming that the men were murdered by the police and should be brought to justice.Lyte claimed that on the day Dextroy Cordis also known as Dutty, of Grove, East Bank Demerara, Kwame Assanah, of Buxton, East Coast Demerara and Errol Adams also known as Dynamite were fatally shot, he was working on the roof of the Guyana Softball Association on Carifesta Avenue and would have witnessed the incident, which based on his account is vastly different from the statement issued by the police.The black vehicle the suspects were using and which was being driven by Kwame AssanahAttorney Hughes who was for the most part speaking on behalf on Lyte said, among other things, that “there were two vehicles, the black vehicle which had the now three deceased in the front which was being followed by the silver [police] vehicle, he [eyewitness] hears banging looked west saw the road was blocked off by the police, those two vehicles were driving east along the Seawall road, gunfire erupted… the car in front stopped, the driver of the silver car got out walked to him, put him [Assanah] on the ground, was actually assaulting him on the ground and then after that there was gunfire…at the time the gunfire erupted he (officer) was physically standing over the guy who was on the ground.”It was also relayed that there was no motorcycle at the scene with a fourth rider who got away. This is in contrast to the statement issued by the police.Additionally, the purported eyewitness in a written statement related that the roads leading to the seawalls were blocked to vehicular traffic prior to the alleged shootout.Lyte said that while he witnessed the event, he could not state whether shots were fired at the police, nor if the three suspects were armed.(L) Attorney Nigel Hughes and the alleged eyewitness Devon LyteAccording to Hughes, who noted briefly that he interviewed another eyewitness, the facts presented by Lyte seems to suggest that this was an execution.Hughes also posited that he will be taking Lyte to the CID Headquarters this afternoon so that he could provide his information with the police.He noted that one of the reasons why the press conference was held before taking him to the police was because he wanted what Lyte had to say out in the public, “so you don’t get the police version of what he is alleged to have said to the police…Clearly there are people whose interests are going to be threatened by what he has to say.”Hours after the shooting to death of the three men, the police in a statement related that the men were followed by an unmarked police vehicle after they were seen trailing a customer who had left the Scotia Bank on Robb Street, Georgetown.The police claimed that in the vicinity of the seawalls, the men in the black Toyota car opened fire on them and in retaliation, they returned fire fatally wounding them.The police in a subsequent statement issued today (Monday) said that Lyte went to the police station around 16:45hrs and in the presence of his attorney submitted “a copy of the statement, which he issued earlier to the Crime Chief, Assistant Commissioner of Police Paul Williams. During this process it was discussed and agreed for Devon Lyte to return tomorrow to be interviewed by a Senior Detective in the presence of his Attorney.” read more
At the end of May last year we posted up a video of a quadrotor helicopter capable of aggressive movement. The movement was so accurate that the quadrotor could fly through a window at speed with less than 3-inches of clearance and at multiple angles. It could also do multiple flips while retaining full movement control, and land on angled surfaces (even upside down) using a Velcro pad as an anchor.The project was headed up by David Mellinger at the University of Pennsylvania’s GRASP Lab. Since then work has continued with the quadrotors to make them more useful. The latest development is teams of quadrotors working together to build structures with a new gripper attached to their underside.AdChoices广告The quadrotors have been programmed to pick up and use parts of a framework to build a tower structure. Each end of the frame sections has a strong magnet allowing it to stay in place if positioned correctly next to other frame sections. The quadrotors just have to accurately place the framework in either a horizontal or vertical position.Once positioned they check a piece is secure with a “yawing moment” which attempts to twist the section. If it remains in place then the quadrotor determines it is positioned correctly and moves on. If it moves out of place it obviously isn’t secure and the quadrotor tries to position it again.The accuracy the quadrotors have in picking up and placing the frame sections is impressive enough, but they can also work as a team. Each quadrotor can keep track of the others that form part of the team working on a given structure and navigate around them. This drastically speeds up the construction of a tower.Read more at BotJunkieMatthew’s OpinionThe important technology on display here is the accuracy of the quadrotors and the ability for them to work together. In their current small form the potential for them carrying objects is limited, but there’s nothing to say the quadrotors couldn’t be scaled up and made to carry much larger cargo.The one limiting factor of the quadrotors is their battery life. But with such accurate movement it shouldn’t be difficult for them to navigate to and land on a charging pad. With teams of quadrotors working together recharges could be handled in such a way that there is always an active group of quadrotors working. read more
Furthermore, the fines placed on publishers who are unable to obtain consent on Google’s behalf stand universally at the price of $25 million or four percent of global turnover for the previous financial year, whichever is the higher amount.“Given that your now-changed terms are incorporated by reference into many contracts under which publishers indemnify Google, these terms could result in publishers indemnifying Google for potentially ruinous fines,” reads the letter. The groups state after this that the “take it or leave it” approach within Google’s proposal is disproportionate and should be taken on in a case-by-case basis with each publisher. The letter concludes with a series of questions from the trade publishers that are meant to clear up some of the previously addressed uncertainties from the company’s ad policy change. Questions include:What specific activities does Google undertake that would make it a “controller” under the GDPR?With regard to any of Google’s services used by publishers, will you be explicit about the purposes for which Google requires consent from end users?How would a publisher use your services to serve advertising without triggering the need for obtaining consumer consent? As a response to Google’s announced ad policy change for publishers on April 26, created in accordance with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that goes into effect May 25, four publishing trade groups released a letter addressed to Sundar Pichai, Google CEO, that criticizes the demands placed on publishers as well as the lack of information provided by the company in their policy change. Top executives from Digital Content Next, European Publishers Council, News Media Alliance and News Media Association, representing publishers like Hearst, Condé Nast and National Geographic, expressed the concerns they share about the regulations placed on publishers who wish to continue using Google’s advertising services in the European Union. The three areas highlighted in the letter that pose the most concern and create uncertainty for the trade groups are Google’s Controller Terms, responsibility of obtaining legal consent, and the complete placement of liability of said consent on the publisher and not on Google.While the letter includes a variety of grievances, most can be related back to this initial one posed in the third paragraph of the letter: As the major provider of digital advertising services to publishers, we find it especially troubling that you would wait until the last-minute before the GDPR comes into force to announce these terms as publishers have now little time to assess the legality or fairness of your proposal and how best to consider its impact on their own GDPR compliance plans which have been underway for a long time.Such assessments from publishers include the dissatisfaction with the company’s insistence that publishers must share any customer data with Google and are responsible for getting consent from users for this data on Google’s behalf, without disclosing how the company plans on using the information. “Placing the full burden of obtaining new consent on the publisher is untenable without providing the publisher with the specific information needed to provide sufficient transparency or to obtain the requisite specific, granular, and informed consent under the GDPR,” the groups say in the letter. They go on to demand that in order for them to abide by these rules, Google must provide publishers with “detailed information for each use of the personal data for which you want publishers to ask for legally valid consent and model language to obtain consent for your activities.” read more
Have you been on the lookout for one of our 3,000+ Trail Riders heading toward Houston? Tell us where you’ve spotted one of the riders! #RODEOHOUSTON pic.twitter.com/vNjbTexfrr— RODEOHOUSTON (@RODEOHOUSTON) February 22, 2018 Listen Tomorrow is the big day! Here’s everything you need know before you go to #RODEOHOUSTON: https://t.co/ZZHl04sgbU pic.twitter.com/ayucDgJy7n— RODEOHOUSTON (@RODEOHOUSTON) February 26, 2018 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share X – / 2About 7,200 people will be working temporary jobs at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo for the next three weeks. The jobs are in concessions, ticket booths, security and guest services to name just a few.Many of the positions are filled by staffing companies. One of them is Houston-based Lane Staffing, which recruits bartenders for the concerts and rodeo events at NRG Stadium.The company’s president, Carla Lane, said the workers come from all walks of life.“We have everybody from students to retirees to those who are looking for additional income as part of their recovery from Harvey,” Lane said. “We have weekend opportunities for those people who have full-time jobs.”Lane said they’ve filled all the bartending jobs but still have some backup positions available. Hey #RODEOHOUSTON fans, the Carnival is all set up and ready for you! Who’s ready to take a spin on La Grande XL? pic.twitter.com/WgbSXqK4xO— RODEOHOUSTON (@RODEOHOUSTON) February 22, 2018 Start planning your visit! Check out what’s new at #RODEOHOUSTON in 2018: https://t.co/2wWiP8QtIt pic.twitter.com/ge2xpMXOc5— RODEOHOUSTON (@RODEOHOUSTON) February 21, 2018 00:00 /00:47 read more
ABC News Will Now Hold Just a One-Night Democratic Debate Related Zuckerberg’s comments are a continuation of the position he outlined in a March 30 op-ed in the Washington Post calling on governments to enact laws addressing how internet companies treat harmful content, election integrity, privacy and data portability. Critics derided Zuckerberg’s suggestions as self-serving, saying such regulations would give Facebook legal cover for the problems on its platform.Asked by Stephanopoulos how he would respond to critics who argue that policing its own platform is Facebook’s responsibility, Zuckerberg said, “I think setting the rules around political advertising is not the company’s job.”For the 2020 elections, Facebook is better equipped to combat potential election interference from Russia and other countries, according to Zuckerberg. “We learned a lot since 2016,” he said, referring to the revelation that Russia used Facebook to spread propaganda designed to divide U.S. voters and swing the presidential election.Zuckerberg also addressed the mass shooting in New Zealand last month, during which one of the terrorists live-streamed the attack on Facebook Live in a 17-minute video.The live video itself was seen by about 200 Facebook users, according to Zuckerberg, although the video was also uploaded and viewed by several thousand more people. “We need to build out systems to be able to identify terrorist events more quickly, as it’s happening,” he said. “One of the things this flagged for me overall was the extent to which bad actors are going to try to get around our systems.”The ABC News interview is the latest plank in Zuckerberg’s PR strategy aimed at rehabilitating Facebook’s tarnished image after a series of damaging disclosures and headlines over the past year about the social giant — which have led to calls for more government regulation of Facebook and even Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to dismantle the company (for example, by forcing Facebook to separate from WhatsApp and Instagram) and other tech giants like Google and Amazon.“I think in a lot of ways, over the last few years, we have changed significantly how we’ve run the company,” Zuckerberg told Stephanopoulos. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Facebook Reportedly Working on New Snapchat-Like Messaging App for Instagram Facebook chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg reiterated his call for governments to step in with new regulations governing internet platforms, saying in an ABC News interview that his company needs laws regulating political speech.“We need new rules,” Zuckerberg said. He was interviewed by ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos at Facebook’s Menlo Park, Calif., headquarters. The interview, recorded Wednesday, aired on “Good Morning America” Thursday morning.“The current laws around what is political advertising don’t consider discussion issues to be political,” Zuckerberg said, referring to attempts by Russia and others to disrupt elections with misinformation campaigns on social media. “It’s not clear to me that we want a private company to be making that kind of a fundamental decision about what is political speech and how should that be regulated. That seems like something there should be a more democratic process around.” The scandals besetting Facebook have included revelations about questionable business practices, a string of user-data privacy breaches, and ongoing issues about the platform’s role in the spread of hate content and misinformation including its potential for interference in elections.In Facebook’s latest privacy gaffe, researchers at a security firm said Wednesday that they discovered about 540 million Facebook user records — including names, passwords and comments — publicly exposed on Amazon cloud servers. Facebook said it worked with Amazon to remove the data after being alerted about the breach; Zuckerberg told Stephanopoulos the company was “still looking into” the incident. And the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development last week sued Facebook, alleging it violated the Fair Housing Act by letting advertisers buy targeted housing ads based on race, gender and other criteria.Last month, Zuckerberg outlined a new privacy vision for Facebook’s portfolio of apps, pledging that the company will make changes to keep users’ messages private and introduce mechanisms to let shared content expire. With the new focus, chief product officer Chris Cox exited the company after 14 years at Facebook.Zuckerberg admitted in the ABC News interview that he was “more surprised than I should have been” about the criticism Facebook has taken over the last few years.“I’m a very idealistic person. I built this because I believe that giving everyone a voice is going to be a positive thing,” Zuckerberg said. “But now I think have a little more awareness that if you’re serving 2 billion people, you’re going to see a lot of amazing things that people are capable of — but you’re also going to see people try to abuse those systems.”ABC News touted Zuckerberg’s appearance as his first network TV interview since the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke in March 2018, in which the political-consulting firm illicitly obtained info on millions of Facebook users that it used to place targeted ads during the 2016 U.S. presidential election. However, Zuckerberg has sat for several other interviews over that time, including two last year with CNN’s Laurie Segall. Popular on Variety read more
Kolkata: The Indian Museum here is constructing a gallery where several objects chronicling human endeavour on this land in the past thousands of years will be exhibited. The exhibits of the gallery will be taken from the Geological Survey of India (GSI) collections and those consist of scientific evidences of ancient human endeavour including crafting tools used by hunters, food gatherers, grinding and polishing stones, Museum Director Rajesh Purohit told PTI. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal life It will be called the ‘Signature of human endeavour in India’, Purohit said adding, “When you see anything or when anybody comes to your country the question arises how old is the culture. We have attempted to answer this question in an ongoing exhibition.” While currently some objects are being shown in an exhibition in the Museum and it will continue till August 19, the items after documenting and chronicling will be housed in the new gallery when it comes up, he said. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killed Purohit said in the South-East Asian Gallery of the museum, there was a new addition of the inscription of Buddhagupta of the sixth century. The Indian Museum got the inscriptions and “It is now in our collections,” he said. He said a replica of the inscription had recently been gifted to Singapore premier by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The South-East Asian Gallery also has a 13th century boat with temple motif from Odisha indicating maritime connection with neighbouring countries, he said. The same gallery also has paintings, drawings, sketches, terracota objects, seals and coins which were found all along the coastal belt of eastern part of the country, he said. The museum is also working on to communicate the history of the exhibits through audio-visual medium. “We’ll hire a company to provide all these information through headphones. We want to make the youth of the country aware of the rich past of India,” Purohit said. “There will be a story telling manner through which these exhibits will be shown to people so that children and common visitors will not only understand India’s cultural and other ties with South-East Asia but get to know about our heritage, our epics and literature,” he said. Purohit said the museum could play a pivotal role in establishing cultural and friendly relations with neighbouring countries like Sri Lanka and Indonesia. Talking about people to people contact, he said when foreign tourists visited the Indian museum there was an interpretation centre in the form of touch screen. “Unless the historic significance of the object is not communicated properly, people will not understand,” he said. read more
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OYO Rooms has announced its partnership with Biotique to provide high-quality personal care products for the guests. Biotique products will now be stocked at over 65,000 rooms in OYO’s network, spanning over 170 cities in India. As a part of the tie-up, Biotique is providing co-branded personal-care kit comprising body wash, lotion, shampoo and soap specially packed for OYO.Commenting on the partnership, Ritesh Agarwal, Founder and CEO, OYO Rooms, said, “With this tie-up we are taking our promise of offering a predictable hotel-stay experience to the next level. We have already started receiving appreciation from customers who are delighted to find popular Biotique products stocked in their room.”Vinita Jain, CMD, Biotique, said, “With this partnership, all OYO guests can experience and enjoy our range of high-quality skin and hair care products developed from natural Ayurveda. The partnership will help us expand our reach and cater to a wide and new segment of customers.” read more
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