Supreme Court rejects warrantless GPS tracking

first_imgAs technology advances, we’re often left with gray areas where the law has yet to figure out what to make of a particular set of circumstances. Do old laws hold true for new technology? Or are new rules and regulations necessary now that times have changed? We can cross one of those cases off of the list, as the US Supreme Court ruled unanimously that GPS tracking without proper authorization is unconstitutional. This sets a precedent that, moving forward, authorities will need a warrant in order to plant a GPS tracking device onto a suspect’s car.This goes against the stance of the White House, which was pushing for GPS tracking without a warrant. The moment that may have tipped the scales against Big Brother? The government told the members of the high court that it could attach a GPS device to all of their cars, no warrant required.Though all justices agreed that unauthorized GPS tracking was unconstitutional, they had different reasons. Four of the justices were most concerned with the physical intrusion that occurs when the bug is planted. Another four focused on the reasonable expectation of privacy that would be breached by the actual tracking. Only one justice, Sonia Sotomayor, had problems with both.The case related to the life sentence that was handed to a Washington, DC area drug dealer. The feds, without warrant, planted a tracking device on his car when he was in a public parking lot. In addition to the initial planting, agents also accessed the car a second time to change the device’s battery. The tracking led to the linking of the defendant to a stash house that held 97 kilos of coke, 1 kilogram of cocaine base and $850,000 in cash. The court’s decision means that the defendant’s life sentence will be overturned.Though this could be construed as a victory for liberty and a loss for Big Brother-type of surveillance, these kinds of legal battles are far from over. The justices’ reasoning for their decision leaves room for interpretation. For example, if the physical planting of the bug is the only problem, then similar unwarranted surveillance of cell phone locations and records may be allowed. You may not find a government-planted GPS device on your car tomorrow, but what about data gathered from Carrier IQ? You can expect to hear about more similar cases in the next few years.via Ars Technicalast_img read more

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Murphy Crowe making her mark on the world stage with Ireland 7s

first_img Apr 17th 2017, 8:00 PM By Murray Kinsella Follow us: the42.ie 6 Comments 20,520 Views Murphy Crowe making her mark on the world stage with Ireland 7s The Tipperary woman has scored 12 tries in three tournaments this season. http://the42.ie/3344527 THERE ARE MANY fine finishers in Irish rugby at present, but Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe must be considered among the very best as she scores freely on the World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series circuit.Three tournaments into the campaign, the Tipperary woman is eighth in the overall charts with 12 tries for Ireland. Having flown out to Japan today for the next leg, expect to hear of more try-scoring exploits from Murphy Crowe this weekend. Source: Irish Rugby TV/YouTubeThe fastest woman in Irish rugby, the 21-year-old’s highlights reel for the season so far makes for impressive viewing.It’s no surprise to learn that Murphy Crowe’s first sport was athletics. She competed in the 100m and long jump for Tipperary Town Athletics Club until the age of 15, when she began to tire of the individualistic nature of it.Doubting her kicking skills, she opted against Gaelic football and instead headed to Clanwilliam RFC for her first taste of rugby. She hasn’t looked back since, but Murphy Crowe is appreciative of her athletics history.It definitely helps. I’ll always thank my athletics coach, Breeda Christie, she is definitely the reason I’m quick.“You learn those techniques when you’re young and it’s automatic to you then, so it’s easier to be really good with your technique. Athletics is a great start no matter what sport you end up playing.”The 5’6″ wing’s rise in rugby was rapid, as she played for the Munster U18s in 2012, for an Ireland U19 provincial sevens squad the following year, then began to get called into training camps for the senior women’s sevens squad from September 2013.There was a first senior Munster cap in 15s in December 2013 – a memorable experience in Thomond Park – and then her first Ireland senior sevens caps on the World Series in China in 2014. Murphy Crowe in Munster colours in 2013. Source: James Crombie/INPHO“It was different over there and I like how different it is,” says Murphy Crowe of that experience in China. “Most countries are unique, but then similar in food styles and things like that.“When you go over to Asia it’s different. I was young and it was my first time that far away from home. It was so cool.”Murphy Crowe has developed and improved immensely as a player since then, of course, while the Ireland women’s sevens programme is now unrecognisable from when she first got involved.With IRFU director of women’s and sevens rugby Anthony Eddy in charge, the squad have a full-time contracted programme of around 20 players, with their base on Lansdowne Road, literally in the shadow of the Aviva Stadium.“It’s hugely changed,” explains Murphy Crowe. “When I started off in 2014, we were just doing weekend camps. You came up on a Saturday, trained twice on Saturday, then stayed overnight and trained twice on Sunday.“It’s much better since we centralised because you move to Dublin and you recover better because you’re not travelling to Tipp, Cork, or even further for some of the girls. Skills and everything are so much improved because we have more time with the coaches.“Our strength and conditioning has improved massively too, we’re a fitter, faster, stronger team than we were back then because we have the resources there five days a week.“We have a full-time nutritionist on hand all the time, just send a Whatsapp any time you’re away and he’ll be back to you straight away. All those little things are really helpful.”Murphy Crowe is also completing a degree in strength and conditioning through Setanta College – the majority is done online, making it far more manageable – but most of her days are spent training and recovering with the sevens squad. The Tipp woman has been prolific this season so far.She describes a family atmosphere within the group and underlines how important that bond has been in improving Ireland as a team.They have finished 9th, 8th and 8th in the three legs of the World Series so far this season and are determined to make the quarter-finals or better in Japan this weekend.Thereafter, they will seek to secure World Cup qualification, whether through their final standing on the World Series or the European qualifiers this summer.Murphy Crowe herself remains focused on growing as an individual too, and even her searing pace is an area she believes can improve. The presence of IRFU head of athletic performance and science Nick Winkleman as the sevens squad’s speed coach has been valuable in that regard.“Nick comes into us every Thursday for around 20 minutes just before our pitch session and it’s hugely beneficial, because a key component of the game is speed, ability to change direction, ability to see and take space,” says Railway Union woman Murphy Crowe.“It’s huge having Nick around because he’s a really good coach on the technical side of things. At the moment we’re really focusing on change of direction and evasion skills. The game involves so much of that.“There are definitely core elements, like watching the player’s hips and trying not to get too focused on their feet. Their feet could go one way but their hips will actually show you where they will go.“Nick focuses in on training your eyes to watch the player but not getting too focused on their feet. It’s tough to do in matches and when you’re moving at high speed!”The one-on-one element of sevens rugby is massive and Murphy Crowe says that’s very much reflected in the amount of time Ireland spend on ‘tracking’ drills in training, working as both a defender and attacker to improve those skills. A try against Fiji.As a wing, she is positioned out on the edge of Ireland’s defensive line, meaning the importance of making her tackles is magnified even more.“You just try and take as much space as you can because you know that she more than likely can’t pass unless she gives an inside ball or someone loops around,” says Murphy Crowe of the keys to making those one-on-one tackles.“So, as a winger, you want to take as much space as possible and make the tackle as far behind the gain line as possible or just a little bit in front of it. It’s your role, your job. It’s a standard that you make your tackles.“If you have one tackle in a game, you have to make it. If you have two and miss one of them, that’s a 50% tackle rate. Our coaches strive for 80% if not higher, so that’s a standard that’s driven in our team.“If there’s a missed tackle on the inside, more than likely a defender inside will help you on that, but if you’re burnt [on the outside] you’re burnt. If she meets the sweeper [the last defender in behind the main defensive line], she does, but if she goes all the way, you put your hand up and accept responsibility.”With the likes of Stan McDowell and Tom Tierney assisting Eddy in coaching the women’s sevens squad, Ireland believe they have become a more tactically intelligent team.For a player like Murphy Crowe, the instinct might always be to attempt to beat her defender, but she and the rest of this Ireland group have learned that picking the right battle is essential. The flying wing will be hoping for more tries in Japan this weekend. Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO“Reading the game, knowing when to slow the game down or speed it up against certain teams [is important],” says Murphy Crowe.“Controlling the tempo can be really important. If I didn’t have support and I beat my defender, then met the sweeper and didn’t buy any time on the ground or slow my feet up for my support to get there – you have to buy a little time sometimes, but usually the girls are there and ready for an offload or to ruck.”On other occasions, Murphy Crowe doesn’t even require that support as her pace and evasion skills take her clear.As Ireland target a top-eight finish in Japan, that attacking ability is likely to be key once again.The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Share Tweet Email1 Monday 17 Apr 2017, 8:00 PM ‘We could have had a bit more patience’ – Ulster’s drop-goal regrets‘I don’t think we should be the underdogs when we go into games’ Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Live A Better Life tips How to spend less time on your

first_img Want more? Get this wellness series emailed to you every Friday this month: 3 Comments http://jrnl.ie/3345495 “Mute most pointless notifications (like Facebook updates, Instagram, etc).”Android has a “priority only” silent option which I pretty much always have on.“Sometimes I make everyone put their phones in the middle of the table if we’re having dinner/brunch/drinks, it’s surprising how much more you actually talk to each other if you can’t touch your phone. Also to put your phone in the hall/your bedroom when you come in in the evening so you have an hour or two without it!”Putting the apps you’re most tempted to check for no good reason on the 2nd/3rd/4th pages of your home-screen so you don’t open them by default.“I also turned off the little previews of people’s messages on Whatsapp and don’t allow any notifications for Instagram/Twitter/Facebook at all, only messaging apps.”I don’t have email notifications at all, it’s amazing. Only get Whatsapp and news alerts and calendar alerts.“I deleted Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat apps from my phone. I still have the accounts but not apps. I used to lose an hour at a time scrolling through Instagram without even noticing. I also try not to pick up my phone when on the bus/waiting in a queue etc.”On odd thing that I found helped is that I deleted Imgur and Facebook for a while, and whenever I felt the need to mindlessly scroll through shite I’d do a session on a brain training app (Peak or Elevate). The fact that it’s a set amount of time often made me put the phone down afterwards.“I am trying to extend the periods of ‘I have to be away from my phone’ on both sides. So last night, I didn’t take it out of my car when I was finished playing a game. It meant that afterwards, when everyone else had taken their phones out of bags, I had another 30 minutes without it.”I leave my phone in the hall for the hour and a half or so after I get in until Rory goes to bed (unless there is an ongoing story that I really need to watch pan out). The idea is that I can hear if someone is ringing, texting or @ing me on Slack – which is how the newsroom knows to get to me straight away when I’ve left the office – but I’m not looking at the phone when I’m meant to be spending time feeding and playing with my poor attention-starved little fella. Then when he’s gone to bed, I take it back, check the site, my mails and Slack to reassure me that all is well. Once I’ve checked the phone before bed at night, I then plug it in to charge at the foot of the bed so I can’t reach it. The sound is normally on for Slack DMs, texts and calls but off for all other notifications. I’ve turned off notification sounds for all Whatsapp groups.What are your tips? Share them in the comments.Read the Live A Better Life series so far> Put the phones away and brunch gets better. Short URL Apr 22nd 2017, 9:55 AM Share Tweet Email6 Image: Shutterstock/Rawpixel.comcenter_img Put the phones away and brunch gets better. Image: Shutterstock/Rawpixel.com By Aoife Barry Saturday 22 Apr 2017, 9:55 AM Live A Better Life tips: How to spend less time on your phone We have some real-life tips and tricks here for you. IF YOU’VE BEEN following our Live A Better Life series this week, you’ll have seen how we’re learning to have a better relationship with our phone.We’re starting small, by monitoring and making small changes – and next week we’ll be going on to bigger challenges, before looking at tech stressors and positive ways to use our phone.But the big thing for most people is learning not to always look at their phone when they’re bored, commuting, or waiting.If this is a challenge for you, you’re not alone – so we asked readers and TheJournal.ie staff for tips.If you have to have it beside you, put it facedown. If I’m at a meeting or chatting to someone, I’ll put it on the table face down so as notifications come in, they don’t catch my eye. It’s the temptation that distracts sometimes, if it’s face down you’re more likely to forget it’s there.“I know it’s small but putting a six-digit lock code on mine helped me. Sometimes I’m not bothered typing it in.”I deleted the Facebook app. It made a massive difference. I still have an account but I only use it on desktop. I used to go into it so much and I was always looking at the same shite. I also turn off email notifications at the weekend. 9,481 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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TCI commemorates Remembrance Day with events on Sunday 13th November

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, November 8, 2016 – The Turks and Caicos Islands will commemorate Allied, Commonwealth and British personnel who fought in the two world wars of the 20th Century and in subsequent conflicts, on Remembrance Day on Sunday, 13 November 2016.His Excellency the Governor, Dr. John Freeman, will place a wreath at the War Memorials on Grand Turk and the Deputy Governor will lay a wreath at the War Memorial on Providenciales.The Grand Turk Remembrance Day Service will be held at St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral, Front Street, at 9:45am. Immediately following the service all uniform groups will attend the Ecumenical Service at Revival Faith Center – The Potters House.  The Providenciales Remembrance Day Service will be held at St. Monica’s Anglican Church, Leeward Highway, Providenciales, at 12:30 pm.Other participating organizations that will also lay wreaths at each service include: the Hon. Premier; the Leader of the Opposition; TCI Ex-Serviceman Legion; the Commissioner of Police; TCIG Medical Department; the Scouts, Guides and Brownies; Rotary International; Soroptimists International and the Red Cross.Reflecting on Remembrance Day, HE Governor Freeman stated; “Remembrance Day is a time for reflection. A time to recall with deep gratitude the sacrifices made by others on our behalf. A time for quiet prayer and thanksgiving.”  Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:last_img read more

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Teenager shot near trolley station

first_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Teenager shot near trolley station KUSI Newsroom, August 11, 2019 Posted: August 11, 2019 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A 16-year-old boy was shot in the stomach today near the 47th Street Trolley Station in Chollas View, police said.The shooting happened at 3:40 a.m. at an apartment complex near the station. The boy was taken to Mercy Hospital where he underwent surgery. Police said the victim was uncooperative.Witnesses told police there were two vehicles seen leaving the scene, but no further information was available. KUSI Newsroom last_img

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Heisman winner Marcus Mariota says hes going to the NFL

first_imgHeisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota has declared his eligibility for the NFL draft. The Ducks quarterback announced on Oregon’s website on Wednesday that he would forgo his senior season. The school said he filed paperwork on Wednesday, a day before the NFL deadline. “I will miss being with my teammates,” he said in a statement. “Being a part of this team was something special that I will always treasure.”He is expected to be a high first-round pick in the draft. Mariota was the humble leader of Oregon’s high-flying offense. The 13-2 Ducks defeated Florida State in the Rose Bowl in college football’s first playoffs, but fell 42-20 to Ohio State in Monday night’s national championship game. Mariota won every major award he qualified for, starting with the Heisman Trophy, as well as AP Player of the Year and Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year. He set a conference record for most touchdowns in a single season with 58; 42 via pass, 15 on the run and a touchdown catch. His passing touchdowns set a Pac-12 single-season record. He also set the conference’s career mark for career touchdowns with 136.He threw at least one touchdown pass in all 41 college games he played in at Oregon, starting in every one of his appearances. And he’s one of just four quarterbacks in FBS history to pass for more than 10,000 yards and run for more than 2,000 in his career.last_img read more

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Ketchikan police seize meth heroin weapons cash in Tuesday drug bust

first_imgMethamphetamine, heroin and cash seized in a Tuesday night drug bust are seen on display at the Ketchikan Police Department. (KRBD photo by Leila Kheiry)Three people were arrested in a drug bust in Ketchikan Tuesday night. During the bust, Ketchikan police seized a pound of meth, 2.75 ounces of heroin, a handgun and a semiautomatic assault rifle loaded with armor-piercing bullets.Listen nowCharged in the bust were 31-year-old Arthur Castillo, 52-year-old Loretta Garcia and 31-year-old Alfonso Sandoval.Also during the raid, police seized about $16,500 cash, paraphernalia they say is related to drug sales and some pot. The bust was the result of a months-long investigation.During a news conference at the police station hours just after the raid, the drugs, cash and weapons were laid out on display in the briefing room. Sgt. Mike Purcell estimated the street value of the drugs, starting with the methamphetamine.“Two-tenths of a gram will sell for about $100. This is a little over a pound, so you’re looking at well over $200,000 worth of methamphetamine alone,” Purcell said. “The heroin, if you break it down to street level, one-tenth of a gram typically goes for $100, so total value of that was, I think over $70,000.”Sgt. Andy Berntson said the three suspects were contacted downtown, on Main Street. He said police knew ahead of time about the firearms and made sure to make the arrest away from where those weapons were kept.Berntson said the cash and firearms were found at Garcia’s home on North Tongass Highway.“The AR-15, the assault rifle, which was loaded, was propped up inside, leaning against the side of her closet,” Berntson said. “Right up above it was a large stack of over $5,000 of the cash, literally sitting on top of that 44-magnum revolver you can see right there. In the middle, behind the divider of the closet was a locked safe that contained the bulk of the rest of the cash.”Berntson said the drugs and more cash were seized from Castillo’s apartment. He said this is the largest drug bust at a residence in Ketchikan that he can remember, and is the first time that they seized an assault rifle with armor-piercing bullets. The guns are not illegal to own, but if guns are used in connection with a crime, they can be forfeited.So far, the defendants have not been charged with weapons misconduct. Berntson said more charges are possible as the investigation continues. He says the defendants were charged initially with crimes police felt confident they had immediate evidence to support.Bernston said about 10 officers, including Alaska State Troopers, participated in the drug bust.“It was kind of a rolling event that started early in the evening and went until about 1:30 in the morning before we all left,” Bernston said.Garcia, Castillo and Sandoval were each charged with two counts of second-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance. Castillo faces an additional charge of third-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.All three defendants had their first court appearance Wednesday afternoon.last_img read more

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In wake of Anchorage quake teachers thankful for regular disaster drills

first_imgThe hallway outside Rebecca Vano’s classroom at Bartlett HIgh School. Ceiling tiles had fallen throughout the school. (Photo courtesy of Rebecca Vano)The Anchorage School District says “many, if not all” schools sustained damage in the earthquake. Right now, all district facilities are closed through Tuesday, and it’s unknown when classes will start back up, and when students and staff will be able to gather the belongings they left behind.Rebecca Vano and Alysyn Thibault are English teachers at Bartlett High School. When yesterday’s quake hit, they were in a passing period, and students were transitioning between classes.“So many of our students were still in the hall,” Vano said. “Random students came running in and that was the initial how things started out.”Students began feeding into classrooms, even if their next class wasn’t there. Thibault says they began following the steps from the duck-and-cover earthquake drills the school regularly has.“We grabbed hands and we ran inside to my classroom and told everyone to get under the tables and stay there,” Thibault said. “A bunch of kids came running in as well, and we all were saying, ‘We’ve got room. We’ve got room. Get under tables.’”Both Vano and Thibault say they were surprised at how effective the whole process was. Vano says it was the first time she remembers needing to follow the earthquake protocol.“It’s interesting because for years, I’ve done these drills and they get in the way of class time, you get tired of them,” Vano said. “But I am so grateful it’s so drilled because it was really apparent that the kids all knew what to do.”Rebecca Vano’s classroom also had ceiling tiles fall. Her students stayed under their tables as part of their disaster preparedness training. (Photo courtesy of Rebecca Vano)Once the earthquake stopped, students and staff were told via intercom to evacuate outside. A lot of belongings were left behind. Vano and Thibault said everyone had to share whatever they had grabbed when they left the classrooms.“The kids were even offering us stuff. I had a kid who, when her dad came, dropped off her mittens with me so that my hands could stay warm. That was pretty cool,” Vano said.“I gave all my kids my coats, so eventually, I’ll end up getting them back when we go back to school,” Thibault said. “It was really interesting to see that people were sharing as much as they possibly could. Who knows who has my stuff, but we’ll find it eventually.”The district sent a message asking parents to pick up their children when it was safe for them to do so. However, with heavy traffic, Thibault says that students and staff were waiting outside in the cold for a couple of hours. Vano says that the veterans hospital near the school began allowing students to come inside when they deemed their facility was safe.The teachers say they were given a very brief opportunity to go into the building to grab anything deemed essential like a phone or car keys, but students weren’t.The district announced earlier today that only repair and recovery teams are currently allowed back into the buildings as the district assesses the damage that the schools took yesterday.The University of Alaska Anchorage also suffered damage to their campus. In a video, UAA chancellor Cathy Sandeen announced that the campus will be closed through Tuesday as maintenance staff make repairs.last_img read more

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MTV Roadies Real Heroes turns murkier Neha DhupiaPrince Narula exchange brutal verbal

first_imgRoadies Real Heroes, gang leaders Neha Dhupia and Prince NarulaMTV IndiaMTV Roadies Real Heroes is getting murkier with every episode as gang leaders Neha Dhupia, Prince Narula and Nikhil Chinapa were seen getting into a heated argument which teamed up with verbal spat and loud voices.On this Sunday’s episode of Roadies Real Heroes, contestants of every gang were supposed to lift their gang leaders on a palanquin. Rannvijay Singha, who plays the Ringmaster in this year’s season, decided to make the task a little more difficult to the contestants by adding a new twist in it. During the task, if contestants got dehydrated and wanted to drink water, each water bottle consumed would add 5 kg weight onto their palanquin. Whoever would win the task would get an advantage but Neha was apprehensive whether her team would be able to lift her carefully.But things got murkier when Prince accused Neha of stopping people to join his team. “Strong contestant ko vote out kardo (vote out strong contestants),” Prince said during the vote night.This didn’t go down well with Neha and she got into a heated argument with him, calling him stupid.”If I want to make Prince’s gang weak, I had the option to send somebody who I thought is weak into Prince’s gang. I have never gone screaming from the rooftop whether I have won or not. I won last year, and the year before that and the first time I am saying it out loud… Because you guys are just stupid,” Neha said.Other gang leaders such as Raftaar and Sandeep came to the actress’ support, while Nikhil supported Prince and blamed Neha for not letting two contestants join their favourite gang leader’s team in the previous episode.Task ki tension aur vote out ki dhokebaazi se bach kaun saka yahan? Apne saaye se bhi bharosa hatt jaayega.Watch @letsdroom #RoadiesRealHeroes every Sunday at 7 PM on MTV and anytime on @justvoot!@oppomobileindia @Woodland @_FlyHigh pic.twitter.com/09oT5K5Pjq— MTV Roadies (@MTVRoadies) May 12, 2019(With IANS Inputs)last_img read more

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Long tailback on DhakaChattogram highway

first_imgThis photo, taken in front of Barabkunda High School in Sitakunda, Chattogram on Saturday, shows a long tailback on Dhaka-Chattogram highway. Photo: Prothom AloA 110-km tailback was created on the Dhaka-Chattogram highway from Chauddagram in Cumilla district on Friday night, causing immense sufferings to the commuters.Several hundred vehicles were stuck on both sides of the highway stretching from Chauddagram municipality to Kumira of Sitakunda in Chattogram district, reports UNB.The vehicles were moving slowly on the highway due to the ongoing work on the rail overpass in Fatehpur rail crossing.Additional superintendent of highway police in Cumilla region Rahmat Ullah blamed the construction work for the traffic jam.Despite trying hard, it was not be possible for the highway police to ease the vehicular movement, he added.The tailback has already reached to Barabkunda of Sitakunda, said Baro Awlia highway police station officer-in-charge Ahsan Habib.If additional traffics continued to gather on the road, the gridlock will reach to the city area by the evening, he added.last_img read more

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It is time to defer the next feature update for Windows 10

first_imgIt is time to defer the next feature update for Windows 10 by Martin Brinkmann on March 11, 2019 in Windows – 27 commentsMicrosoft plans to finish the next feature update for Windows 10, Windows 10 version 1903, sometime later this month. Windows 10 version 1903 will become available then at the end of March or the beginning of April 2019.First, to administrators of Windows who deploy it actively, then after a while on systems automatically provided that automatic update functionality has not been turned off.The release of Windows 10 version 1809, the last feature update for Windows 10, has shown that things can go terribly wrong even with all the Insider build testing and Microsoft’s focus on data analysis.There is no guarantee that the new feature update will offer a smoother experience and that is the main reason why administrators and users may want to defer the installation of the update. Instead of being among the first to upgrade to the new version and participate in what some call a second beta phase, it seems more reasonable to watch from the second row how things unfold.Millions of devices will be upgraded in the first few days to the new version and it does not take long, usually, before reports about issues in the new version emerge.It is a good idea to defer the update unless you need to install the new feature update version as soon as possible.Tip: Check out our detailed guide on delaying feature update releases on Windows 10 machines.How to delay Windows 10 version 1903Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise and Education systems include two options to defer feature updates:Setting the branch readiness level (this option goes away in Windows 10 version 1903).Specifying the deferral for x days.While you may use the Settings application to defer the update, it is recommended that you configure the deferral using the Group Policy editor instead as this option will remain available (it seems as if Microsoft will remove all deferral options from the Settings app in Windows 10 version 1903).The Group Policy method:Make sure that you have elevated rights.Load the Group Policy Editor, e.g. by opening Start, typing gpedit.msc, and selecting the result.Go to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Update > Windows Update for Business.Double-click on “Select when Preview Builds and Feature Updates are received”.Set the policy to enabled.Change the number of days under “After a Preview Build or Feature Update is released, defer receiving it for this many days” to 90 days. Doing so blocks the update for about three months. You may set it to a different number of days, e.g. 120 days or 60 days.Click ok.Doing so blocks the automatic installation of the feature update on the PC for the select number of days.Home system administrators can’t use that option. They may either make changes to the Registry directly, or try and set the connection to metered. How that is done is explained here.Third-party tools like StopUpdates10 or Windows 10 Update Switch may also be worth a try.Now You: What is your expectation for Windows 10 version 1903?SummaryArticle NameIt is time to defer the next feature update for Windows 10DescriptionFind out how to defer (block) the Windows 10 version 1903 feature update from being installed as soon as it is released on eligible PCs.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_img The ScanTrainer transvaginal simulator is one example of Intelligent Ultrasound’s simulation technologies. October 6, 2010 – MD Buyline has announced the highest user-ranked vendors for Q3 2010. Philips Healthcare achieved top ratings in two categories (PACS and cardiac cath lab) with the highest user activity for the second quarter in a row. Toshiba America Medical Systems also earned top ratings in diagnostic ultrasound and cardiac cath lab for the second consecutive quarter as well. Vendors with the highest MD Buyline quote and purchasing activity as well as the highest overall composite ranking for Q3 2010 by service line are: • Radiology: Diagnostic Ultrasound: Tie – Toshiba America Medical Systems and SonoSite; composite rating of 9.1 • Cardiology: Cardiac Cath Lab: Tie – Toshiba America Medical Systems and Philips Healthcare; composite rating of 9.1 • Laboratory: Blood Gas Analyzer: Abbott Diagnostics; composite rating of 8.7 • Patient Monitoring: Critical Care Transport Monitoring: Welch Allyn; composite rating of 9.9 • ICU-Surgery: Endoscopic Video System: Tie – Karl Storz Endoscopy and ConMed Linvatec; composite rating of 9.2 • Oncology: Linear Accelerator: Elekta; composite rating of 9.2 • Pulmonary: Anesthesia Machine: Tie – Dräger Medical and GE Healthcare; composite rating of 8.9 • Information Technology: PACS (Picture Archive and Communication System): Tie – Mckesson Provider Technologies and Philips Healthcare; composite rating of 8.6 Vendors were rated on a 1 to 10 scale by equipment users according to system performance, system reliability, system installation/implementation, applications training, service response time, and service repair quality. For information technologies, ratings were based on criteria of integration and product flexibility. For more information: www.mdbuyline.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more News | Ultrasound Imaging | July 26, 2019 Intelligent Ultrasound Group Collaborating With the National Imaging Academy Wales Artificial intelligence (AI)-based ultrasound software and simulation company Intelligent Ultrasound Group plc (AIM:… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Related Content News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more center_img News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 07, 2019 Contrast Use in First Transthoracic Echocardiogram for Heart Failure Reduces Repeat Testing Heart failure is the fourth most common cause for all admission to U.S. hospitals, and it is the most common reason for… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 05, 2019 Digital Health Devices Used at Point of Care May Improve Diagnostic Certainty A West Virginia-based rural medical outreach event showcased the use of point-of-care technology in an ambulatory… read more News | Ultrasound Imaging | July 31, 2019 Studies Confirm Clinical Value of ShearWave Elastography for Liver Fibrosis Evaluation SuperSonic Imagine announced the publication of the results of its prospective multicentric clinical study conducted in… read more News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more News | October 06, 2010 Top Medical Technology Vendors Announced for Q3 2010 Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more last_img read more

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first_imgWeb summit 2018 began on Monday November 5. This year more than 70,000 people have been joined by CEOs and founders of the world’s biggest companies and the most exciting new startups, as well as influential investors and leading journalists. The summit aims to tackle the big challenges facing tech industry today – and this year, issues aren’t in short supply. Day 2 of this year’s Web Summit saw a range of really interesting perspectives on everything including industry diversity, fake news, and mixed reality. With so many great conversations happening, it’s hard to pick out highlights. However, we tried our best – take a look at what we think are the key things from day 2 in Lisbon. 5 highlights from day 2 of Web Summit 2018 Slack wants to grow its user base 6,000% Slack co-founder Cal Henderson spoke at Web Summit on Monday, telling an interesting story about how he set up Slack – he started out building an online gaming company, and ended up redefining professional communication. But the biggest news was the extent of Slack’s ambition. Henderson revealed that Slack plans to increase its user base 6,000% – from 8 million users to an astonishing 500 million. One of the key challenges for Slack, he explained, is simply getting people to shift from old ways of working. “Email has been the primary mode of communication inside business for more than 30 years. Convincing people, or just really telling people that there’s a different way to work, I think, is the biggest challenge,” he said. Magic Leap showcases ‘spatial computing’ with a new mixed reality product Brenda Freeman, Chief Marketing Officer at Magic Leap spent some time showing off Magic Leap One, and their new Project Create software. Despite the delays, it looks like they might be on the cusp of a breakthrough when it comes to mixed reality. “Four years ago, our equipment was large enough to fit in a refrigerator, it took a few years to perfect.” – Brenda Freeman Project Create looks like a powerful complement to the Magic Leap One. It’s described as a ‘digital playground’ that helps users to fully realise Magic Leap One’s incredible capabilities. Freeman talked a lot about the concept of ‘spatial computing’ – Project Create brings this to life, and is perhaps an important stepping stone in embedding the technology in everyday life. Essentially, Magic Leap’s technology brings virtual objects into the real world – these objects ‘respond’ to human actions, such as eye movements. Diversifying the workforce: a problem we still need to fix Diversity in tech has been an issue that has been particularly pertinent in 2018, thanks to a combination of the #metoo movement and wider concern about ethics in software engineering. However, while it might feel like things are progressing, the facts state otherwise: the number of female CEOs leading Fortune 500 companies has fallen by 25% this year. This was the context of the conversation between Wall Street Journal journalist Thorold Barker and Vera Jourovo (from the European Commission) and Gillian Tans, president of Booking.com. Tans suggested that we’re allowing cultures to simply exist – it takes effort to effect change. A brighter future for Europe’s tech scene? There’s a reason there’s no real equivalent to Silicon Valley in Europe – the money simply isn’t there. And while that probably isn’t going to change any time soon, a conversation between Par Jorgen Parson (Northzone), Reshma Sohoni (Seedcamp) and Harry Nelis (Acce) indicates that the outlook for the European tech scene isn’t actually all doom and gloom. They offered some really useful insights for European tech entrepreneurs, discussing the potential advantages of gaining investment from European investors. In particular, they stressed that local capital could be useful for very new startups, and that reaching out for help is essential. Tackling fake news through education Technology has undoubtedly been instrumental in getting us into our current ‘fake news’ predicament. This was the topic of conversation between Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, the Guardian’s David Pemsel, and Mitchell Baker from Mozilla. For Brnabic, education is key in tackling the effects of fake news. She said “the best way to fight against false news is investing in education and that is why Serbia is investing in a change in the concept of education – we are teaching young people how to think and not what to think.” Nico Rosberg talks decision making in a world that’s moving quickly Former Formula One driver Nico Rosberg recently made a move into tech entrepreneurship. Asked about the similarities between formula one and business he said “as a Formula One driver… you’re pushing the boundaries all the time. And the most important thing to help you make the right decision under pressure is all the preparation that goes into it beforehand… every little thing counts.” Joining TripAdvisor CEO Stephen Kaufer on stage, Rosberg also talked about the importance of trust. “I’ve built up a trusted inner-circle for myself of people that are absolute experts in analyzing, in a way that I’ll never be… they’re the best at what they do.” Rosberg, an investor in SpaceX also said he wasn’t concerned with Elon Musk’s increasingly erratic behavior. “He’s always pushing the boundaries… what he has done for all of us and for our planet is so huge.” How the auto industry can manage disruption Self-driving cars are perhaps one of the best examples of the tech industry disrupting not only an industry, but even our entire way of life. This was the theme of a talk asking Is the auto industry at a crossroads? Featuring Marek Reichman from Aston Martin Lagonda, Martin Hoffman from Volkswagen, and Carsten Breitfeld from BYTON, a number of issues emerged, with legislation and regulation standing out as a crucial unknown in the future of autonomous vehicles. “It will be driven by societies, not by our companies” said Breitfeld, highlighting that the issues raised by autonomous vehicles – its positive and negative impact – goes far beyond the small number of businesses currently at the forefront of innovation. Breitfeld also spoke about the future of vehicle automation in terms of platforms. “All the traditional companies eventually will build electric cars, that’s not a problem,” he said. This means that it simply doesn’t make sense for entrepreneurs to get into the self-driving car business, but instead to think of themselves as platform businesses, building the services and software that will allow established companies to easily develop automated vehicles.last_img read more

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first_imgNorwegian Cruise Line has revealed the expansion of its presence in the Australia and Pacific region with the establishment of a sales and marketing centre based in Sydney to support the growing demand for cruise travel in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.The office will represent the company’s three lines: Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.“In view of the growing international interest in cruising combined with our strong growth strategy, the new office in Australia is a natural next step in our global expansion of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings,” said Harry Sommer, executive vice president of international business development for Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings.“It reflects our confidence in the growing Australia and New Zealand markets and we believe that our three brands – Norwegian with Freestyle cruising, Oceania Cruises as an upper premium product and Regent Seven Seas Cruises in the luxury sector – are all a perfect fit for the Australian market, offering a wide variety of experiences and worldwide itineraries.”last_img read more

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Limni project is now down to EU

first_imgThe green light granted to the controversial Limni Bay project in the form of a planning permit might not be enough just yet for the development to go ahead as the ongoing European Commission infringement case against it requires the permits comply with the environmental recommendations set out by the Commission.A planning permit was issued by the Town Planning and Housing Department on August 3, giving the go-ahead for proposed construction plans in the Polis-Gialia area by the company Limni Resorts and Golf Courses, part of the Shacolas Group.The environment department issued an amended Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) authorisation in May this year, but despite recent advertisements and announcements by the development company regarding their full compliance with the Commission’s environmental recommendations, this has not been verified by the Commission itself, which has in fact yet to receive details of the new permits.To provide full assurance of compliance with EU legislation, the Commission had asked the Cypriot authorities to update and incorporate the environmental recommendations into the terms and conditions for the relevant permits and to submit these to the Commission for confirmation.It is only once these conditions and the updated permits are received by the Commission will it be possible for the Commission to conclude there are no pending obstacles and thereby allow the project to go ahead.Director of the environment department Costas Hadjipanayiotou has said that while the Commission was already informed about the environmental department’s opinion that the project fully satisfies national and EU environmental legislation, and that they would receive the details of the issued planning permit in the coming days, no one can anticipate their response.Also, the Commission’s response may take months, and any construction work undertaken before EU approval will be illegal under EU legislation, risking referral of the matter to the Court of Justice.The ambitious development project, part of which is in the EU-wide Natura 2000 network of nature protection areas established under the 1992 Habitats Directive, foresees the construction of two 18-hole golf courses, two clubhouses, a luxury hotel, villas and other housing units, leisure facilities, bicycle routes and a museum.While implementation efforts by the company date back to 2008, the project has faced numerous obstacles from environmental groups and organisations, and most notably, from the Commission which launched an infringement case against Cyprus in 2014, following a complaint filed in light of the sea turtle nesting beaches of Chrysochous bay.Limni bay is considered a major nesting site for the Mediterranean Loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta), which is an endangered species, along with the Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) which nests in the Lara/Toxeftra area of the Akamas Peninsula.Major sources of concern are rooted in the cumulative effects of lighting impact and human disturbance, which are inevitable should development occur.Spokesperson for the Initiative for the Preservation of Natural Coastline Klitos Papastylianou told the Cyprus Mail that “in terms of the number of turtle nests, the Limni area might not be the most important, especially with regards to the numbers of nests in Lara. It is, however, the most important in terms of density, since a small strip of just 300m amounts to 85 nests.”The Limni project had been given the green light before, in 2013, with the issuing of two planning permits. The light soon turned red as the infringement procedure that began in 2014 following a complaint resulted in the Commission’s refusal one year later to allow construction to begin, demanding that the issued permits be cancelled.A Commission spokesperson told the Cyprus Mail this week: “The Commission opened an infringement case against Cyprus for failing to comply with the commonly agreed EU rules on nature conservation, under the Habitats Directive. In particular, the Directive requires all projects likely to have a significant impact on a Natura 2000 site to undergo an assessment of their implications on the site”.A document by the Council of Europe’s Standing Committee published in 2016 containing recommendations for the conservation of the Akamas Peninsula and the sea turtle nesting beaches of Chrysochou Bay requested that it be ensured “by an appropriate assessment that the golf project will not affect the Natura 2000 site “Periochi Polis-Gialia” and especially the exceptional nesting beach of Limni.“In this context, avoid housing and establish a zero-lighting zone in an area of at least 200 metres south of the boundaries of the Natura 2000 site.”The initial EIA authorisation issued by the Cyprus environmental department in 2016 was nevertheless inadequate, further prolonging the Commission’s open case against the development.“The Commission had considered that the necessary environmental impact assessment had been incorrectly carried out, presenting a risk of major environmental damage to one of the most important nesting beaches for sea turtles in the Mediterranean,” said a Commission spokesperson.An on-the-spot appraisal by the Standing Committee concluded in 2016 that “where present, anthropogenic threats are still at a medium/low level. They probably affect turtle reproduction, especially hatchling recruitment through disorientation from light pollution, and should not be allowed.”The appraisal highlighted that while the EIA proposed light pollution mitigating measures, the reality is that the threat of light pollution is currently non existent, and only becomes a potential threat if development plans go ahead.Regarding the human factor, the appraisal stated that “even a much lower number of beach visitors than the 450 estimated by the company would represent a threat just for their walking. Repeated walking on a nest can damage it and therefore humans – instead of foxes – would become the primary reason of the need of caging all nests. This would make turtles even more dependent on active human protection, with no hope of liberation from this need in the future.”You May LikeMyKuyil7 Cheap Islands You Can Buy But You Probably Shouldn’t!MyKuyilUndoHistory DailyPhotos From The Past Show A Different Side To HistoryHistory DailyUndoGoGoPeak10 Ways To Significantly Improve Your Photography TodayGoGoPeakUndo LED-lighting the way by 2020UndoMorphou bishop now claims gay men have a ‘nasty smell’UndoGreece to overturn law that made universities no-go zone for policeUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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first_imgBy Eleni CoureaFINANCIAL and insurance sector workers in Cyprus earn more than double employees in other sectors make, the EU’s statistical agency, Eurostat, said on Monday.According to Eurostat, employees in these two sectors earn 106 per cent more than the national average wage in Cyprus which stands at €16.80 per hour.A similar pattern is observed in Portugal (+167 per cent), Romania (+136 per cent), Latvia (+113 per cent), and Hungary (+110 per cent).On the other hand, those employed in the European (EU28) tourism and food industries earn around 25 per cent less than the national average.In Cyprus, the hourly wage for employees in these two sectors is 48 per cent less.Cyprus is matched only by Ireland and Germany, where employees in the tourism and food industries are paid 49 per cent and 47 per cent less than average respectively.The Eurostat report said that in 2014, the average wage across all sectors in the EU28 economies stood at €24.20 per hour, while employees in the euro area were paid significantly more at €29.30.In Cyprus however, the average employee is paid €16.80 per hour.The highest-paid Europeans are the Danish (€40.10 per hour), the Belgians (€38.00), and the Swedes (€37.30). At the lower end are the Lithuanians (€5.90), the Romanians (€4.10), and the Bulgarians with €3.40 per hour.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue BookYou Won’t Believe How Affordable These Ford Car Models AreKelley Blue BookUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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