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Tories NDP want Liberals to outline NAFTA priorities before Commons committee

first_imgOTTAWA – Conservatives and New Democrats are joining forces in a bid to pressure the Trudeau government to reveal its priorities for the imminent renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.Four MPs from both parties sent a joint letter Tuesday to the clerk of the Commons international trade committee, requesting that an emergency meeting be held to grill three cabinet ministers on Canada’s negotiating objectives and “expected positive outcomes” of the renegotiation, which is to begin in mid-August.The committee, on which Liberals hold the majority, is now scheduled to meet Friday to decide whether to accede to the request.If members agree, the ministers could be called to testify immediately.Insiders said that Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, the lead minister on NAFTA negotiations, is willing to appear before negotiations start next month but is unlikely to be available as early as Friday.The request comes one day after the United States disclosed its negotiating objectives, as is required under American law.There is no equivalent requirement in Canada and the Trudeau government has so far refused to go into any detail about its priorities, maintaining that it’s not helpful to negotiate in public.But the opposition parties want to force the government’s hand by inviting three key ministers to testify at an emergency committee meeting — Freeland, International Trade Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne and Finance Minister Bill Morneau.As well, they’re asking that Canada’s chief NAFTA negotiator, Steve Verheul, be present.Conservative MP Randy Hoback, one of the four committee members requesting the emergency meeting, said the meeting is necessary to make sure the government has a game plan for negotiations, that they’ve identified the issues Canadians want to see on the bargaining table and those they don’t want on the table.“We’re not asking them to negotiate in public,” he said in an interview.“But we definitely want to see that they’ve got a process in place. We know they’ve been out talking to Canadians … that they’ve got an idea what they would like and not like in these negotiations.”Hoback said the government could at least identify “what are the do-not-touch items.”Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a step in that direction Tuesday, indicating that he won’t bargain away Canada’s supply management system for dairy and poultry products, which U.S. President Donald Trump has repeatedly targeted as unfair subsidization.“We have always defended supply management. It’s a system that works,” Trudeau said during a visit to Quebec.“We have signed significant trade deals with Europe, with North America, elsewhere, protecting our supply management system and we are going to continue to do that.”Hoback said he understands the government’s reluctance to give away its negotiating strategy. But when there’s too much secrecy, he argued that “assumptions can be made that aren’t necessarily true” which can shake investor confidence and create instability for business.Moreover, he said it allows the U.S. to drive the agenda.Among other things on the U.S. wish list revealed Monday, the Trump administration wants better access for U.S. agricultural exports, freer trade in telecommunications and online purchases and an overhaul of the dispute resolution mechanism.Morneau said there were no surprises in the list.“As you know we’ve been in pretty regular contact with our American counterparts,” the finance minister said in an interview.“We, as a result of that, had a good sense of what they’re trying to achieve. There wasn’t anything in there that was a big surprise from my perspective.”Morneau acknowledged that there will be “significant negotiations ahead and we shouldn’t expect that we’re going to agree on everything.”But he expressed optimism that the relationships the Trudeau government has built with the Trump administration, Congress, state legislators and American business and labour leaders will help Canada negotiate a new deal that is an improvement for all three countries.last_img read more

 

Keystone XL developer plans to start construction in 2019

first_imgLINCOLN, Neb. – The developer of the Keystone XL oil pipeline plans to start construction next year, after a U.S. State Department review ordered by a federal judge concluded that major environmental damage from a leak is unlikely and could quickly be mitigated, a company spokesman said Monday.TransCanada spokesman Matthew John said the company remains committed to moving ahead with the project following years of reviews from federal and state regulators. The company has already started preparing pipe yards, transporting pipe and mowing parts of the project’s right-of-way in Montana and South Dakota, but TransCanada said in court documents it doesn’t plan start construction in Nebraska in the first half of 2019.The report issued Friday from the Trump administration’s State Department drew criticism from environmental groups, who say they’ll continue to fight the project they view as an environmental threat. “The Trump administration sees no problem with building the Keystone XL _ in other news, the grass is still green and the sky is still blue,” said Kelly Martin, a campaign director for the Sierra Club.The updated, 338-page report was released a little more than a month after a federal judge in Montana ordered the U.S. State Department to conduct a more thorough review of the pipeline’s proposed pathway after Nebraska state regulators changed the route.The original environmental impact study was issued in 2014 before Nebraska regulators approved a longer “mainline alternative” route that veered away from the company’s preferred pathway. President Donald Trump approved a federal permit for the project in March 2017, reversing former President Barack Obama’s decision to reject it amid concerns over greenhouse admissions.The report said the $8 billion, 1,184-mile pipeline would have a “negligible to moderate” environmental impact under its normal operations, and continuous monitoring and automatic shut-off valves would help company officials quickly identify a leak or rupture. Additionally, the report said TransCanada has a response plan in place that should mitigate the effects if it’s implemented quickly.“Prompt cleanup response would likely be capable of remediating the contaminated soil before the hazardous release reaches groundwater depth,” the report said.Environmentalists, Native American tribes and a coalition of landowners have prevented the company from moving ahead with construction. In addition to the federal lawsuit in Montana that seeks to halt the project, opponents have a pending lawsuit before the Nebraska Supreme Court. Oral arguments in the Nebraska case aren’t expected until next month. Critics of the project have raised concerns about spills that could contaminate groundwater and the property rights of affected landowners. In Nebraska, a major battleground for the project, opponents are trying to change the makeup of the Nebraska Public Service Commission in hopes of overturning its previous decision to approve an in-state route for the pipeline.The latest State Department report is a draft that must still face public review and comments, but federal officials say they expect to have the final draft ready by December. In court documents from the Montana lawsuit, TransCanada’s attorneys said they believe all the pending lawsuits will be resolved before construction begins.The pipeline would carry up to 830,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Canada through Montana and South Dakota to Steele City, Nebraska, where it would connect with the original Keystone pipeline that runs down to Texas Gulf Coast refineries. The State Department has noted that TransCanada has a lower overall spill rate than average in the pipeline industry.(THE CANADIAN PRESS)last_img read more

 

Police use tear gas to disperse protest by disabled soldiers

The  disabled soldiers were protesting calling for their demands over the pension scheme to be addressed and the Government had assured that their demands will be met from next February. The police used tear gas to disperse a protest by disabled soldiers near the Presidential Secretariat today. However as the protest continued today the police sought a court order to stop the protest. The court refused to issue the order and told the police to use their powers to stop the protest if the protest disrupts normal activities in the area.The protest was later called off after the Government reassured that their demands will be met. (Colombo Gazette) read more

 

CFIB report criticizes Calgary and other municipalities for overspending

by News Staff Posted May 28, 2014 11:19 am MDT CFIB report criticizes Calgary and other municipalities for over-spending AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Another study suggests Canadian municipalities don’t have a revenue problem, but a spending problem.Ahead of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities conference in Niagara Falls, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business has released what it calls a spending watch report.The CFIB’s Laura Jones said cities large and small, including Calgary, are guilty of over-spending.“So we’d like to see spending somewhere in the 30 per cent increase range, you’re (Calgary) more than double that at 65 per cent increase in spending,” she said. “However, over the past couple of years that we have data for, it looks like spending has come down a bit so I would say spending is way too high in Calgary, but you are probably the best of the bad lot.”The CFIB estimates over-spending by municipalities has each household in the country has cost each household in the country more than $7,800 over the past 12 years and while municipal leaders say they only get eight cents of every tax dollar collected, their study puts that figure at 15 cents.Jones said mayors and councillors need to learn to live within their mean, even if that means saying no and disappointing voters. read more

 

Ban appeals for safety of missing Orthodox Christian nuns in Syria

Mr. Ban’s spokesperson said in a statement that the Secretary-General remains “deeply troubled” by the targeting of places of worship and religious representatives in Syria’s conflict. “These concerns are most recently underscored by the situation of the 12 nuns who went missing from Saint Tecla Orthodox Convent in Ma’aloula,” he said. “The Secretary-General joins in the appeals for their safety and well-being, and that of all persons who may be detained against their will in Syria.“The United Nations rejects any targeting of persons based on their religion, community or ethnic affiliation. Civilians throughout Syria are at risk and must be protected.” Media reports say the nuns were taken by force a week ago from their convent by opposition fighters, while a Syrian opposition activist said they were taken away for their own safety.The violence in Syria is continuing unabated since fighting first broke out in March 2011 between the Government and opposition forces seeking the ouster of President Bashar Al-Assad. The conflict has already claimed over 100,000 lives and driven over 6 million people from their homes. read more

 

UN agency alarmed by uncertainty facing refugees in the process of being

According to a news release from the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), more than 800 refugees were set to make America their new home this week alone, but instead find themselves barred from travelling to the US.The statement follows President Donald Trump’s signing last Friday of an Executive Order that, among things, suspends the US refugee programme for 120 days and, according to the media, bars entry of refugees from several mostly Muslim countries, including Syria, until further notice.UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi underlined once again UNHCR’s position that refugees should receive equal treatment for protection and assistance, and opportunities for resettlement, regardless of their religion, nationality or race. UNHCR estimates, based on average monthly figures for the last 15 years, that 20,000 refugees in precarious circumstances might have been resettled to the US during the 120 days covered by the Order. “Refugees are anxious, confused and heartbroken at this suspension in what is already a lengthy process,” the release said. “Those accepted for resettlement by the United States are, after a rigorous US security screening process, coming to rebuild their lives in safety and dignity. UNHCR hopes that they will be able to do so as soon as possible,” the release added. Noting that for decades, the US has been a global leader in refugee protection, a tradition rooted in the tolerance and generosity of the American people, UNHCR expressed the hope that the country will continue its strong leadership role and its long history of protecting those who are fleeing conflict and persecution. Meanwhile, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) issued a statement on child refugees that might be affected by the new US policy. “The needs of refugees have never been greater. Worldwide 28 million children have been uprooted by conflict, driven from their homes by violence and terror. They need our help,” the statement said.“The United States has a long and proud tradition of protecting children fleeing war and persecution. We trust that this support will continue and that the recent measures will prove to be temporary. All refugee children need our support.” UNICEF said it is committed to continuing its work with governments and other partners around the world to help some of the most vulnerable children everywhere, from Syria to Yemen to South Sudan. read more

 

16 suspected migrants caught attempting to enter UK on dinghies after crossing

Last year, at least 2,297 migrants died or went missing in the same sea. So far, no suspected migrants are believed to have been killed crossing the English Channel. A group of migrants huddled in blankets after being picked up by Border Force officials Flavio Di Giacomo, a spokesman for the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), said that so far only three of the suspected 120 migrants on-board had been found alive.Already in 2019, 83 deaths had been reported as a result of people trying to cross the Mediterranean, but that number is now much higher.  In a rush of activity on the Kent coastline on Sunday morning, the Home Office confirmed that at approximately 7:00am, Border Force received notification of a RHIB and six males on a beach at Kingsdown. The males presented themselves as Iraqi and Iranian and were transferred to immigration officials.Shortly afterwards, at 8:15am, Border Force was deployed to Warren Beach, Folkestone, after receiving reports of an unattended RHIB. No people were found in the vicinity, however two males (who presented themselves as Iranian migrants, were detained at Folkestone Police station. Home Secretary Sajid Javid ordered two Border Force cutters, Protector and Seeker, to be re-deployed from overseas to the Channel on New Years Eve.In the meantime, the Royal Navy’s HMS Mersey, has been deployed to the English Channel as an interim measure to support Border Force and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency in their efforts to patrol the stretch of water, keep the UK border secure and prevent loss of life. Sixteen suspected migrants on three separate vessels have been picked up by British authorities after crossing the English Channel on Sunday morning, as fears mount that more people will try to reach the UK this week.Two of the dinghies made landfall on the Kent coast, at Kingsdown and Warren, with a total of eight men presenting themselves as Iranian or Iraqi.A third boat, carrying eight men was intercepted by Border Force officials heading towards Dover and was escorted by CPV Speedwell into the port.All sixteen received a medical assessment and have now been transferred to immigration officials for interview.The crossings are understood to have frustrated officials on both sides of the Channel, who have bolstered their presence in the busy waterway this year. Then at approximately 09.35am, Border Force intercepted an inbound vessel off the coast of Dover. The boat contained 8 males (who presented themselves as Iranian) and was escorted into the Port of Dover. The MP for Dover and Deal, Charlie Elphicke said: “The best way to stop these crossings is for migrants and traffickers to know they won’t succeed in entering the UK.”That’s why there needs to be round the clock aerial surveillance to ensure the French authorities are alerted to any small craft leaving the French coast so they can be helped safely back to France.”Only yesterday we saw a terrible tragedy in the Mediterranean. Only by taking a strong stance can we ensure tragedy is avoided in the English Channel.”The incident in the Mediterranean saw a boat carrying 120 people, including a baby, a child and a pregnant woman, sink off the coast of Libya. French authorities have sent Le Pluvier, a 25-crew navy patrol boat to the same stretch of water.The vessel is 54 metres long and can hold nearly three times as many crew as the British cutters.But despite this extra effort, questions have been asked of border officials on both sides of the Channel as to how these small dinghies continue to cross the sea undetected.There is a worry that more crossings will be attempted this week as low winds, calm seas and slightly higher temperatures are expected in the Channel.One witness said on Sunday: “It was a full moon last night and calm waters. It was an ideal night for anyone trying it.”Tonight also looks like it will be calm. I wouldn’t be surprised if more arrived again tonight and tomorrow morning.”   A group of suspected migrants were given blankets to keep warm after being rescuedCredit:Sky News A French gendarme patrols the beach in Wissant French and British authorities have stepped up their surveillance of the ChannelCredit:REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. 47 migrants aboard an unflatable boat react after learning that they are being rescued by the Dutch-flagged Sea Watch 3 off Libya's coast Large numbers of migrants are still attempting to cross the Mediterranean sea from Africa to Europe. Credit:FEDERICO SCOPPA/AFP read more

 

Motion Metrics enhances PortaMetrics and partners with Komatsu Brazil

first_imgMotion Metrics has added improvements and features to its existing PortaMetrics™ technology, its point and shoot 3D machine vision tablet that provides fragmentation analysis of an outdoor scene without the need for any reference scaling object. The new user interface “is more intuitive, easier to navigate and includes improvements to overall device functionality.” Furthermore, the user can now make manual corrections to rock segmentation using the touchscreen on the device. For example, when the software has over-segmented a rock, the user can manually correct the rock size by drawing a line around its perimeter. “Combining 3D vision with manual correction, the new PortaMetrics leaves no stone unmeasured” says the company.Motion Metrics has also announced a partnership with Komatsu Brazil. Through this arrangement, Komatsu Brazil will offer Motion Metrics systems for all Komatsu equipment in addition to all shovel, excavator and loader models. Motion Metrics stated: “Their dedication to quality and reliability makes Komatsu a great fit to provide representation and local support to mines throughout Brazil.”“With this partnership, we are excited to see our customers in Brazil benefit from the advanced monitoring solutions by Motion Metrics” said Gustavo Fonseca, Komatsu Brasil Commercial Manager. “Komatsu’s pursuit of ‘Quality and Reliability’ aligns closely with our philosophy of providing innovative, one-of-a-kind solutions designed to last in harsh environments” said Dr Shahram Tafazoli, President and CEO, Motion Metrics International Corplast_img read more

 

Biggest Morning Tea for Chelsea

first_imgThe Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia (GOCSA) will be holding a Biggest Morning Tea for Chelsea Lethrangomites. The morning tea will raise funds for this special little girl whose life has been turned upside down with an aggressive terminal brain tumour. With treatment, Chelsea has been given six months to two years to live, without – just two months. Maria Foundas, events organiser, Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia was approached by Chelsea’s cousin Sophie Diamandi to help with fundraising. “I was looking for events that would allow GOCSA to enter into the community, in the sense that we are multicultural now and we are taking on more events that are going on around us. A national event like the Biggest Morning Tea is quite important. “At the same time we were approached by Sophie to help her and her family [pay] funds that were incurred by taking little Chelsea to Germany to receive treatment.”Chelsea is back in Australia after treatment but is in dire need of you help and support. All door money from the Biggest Morning Tea will go to the Cancer Council but any donations and raffle prize money will all go straight to Chelsea’s family and money needed for ongoing treatment. There will be entertainment from musical trio Tselepi who will be playing traditional Greek songs on the day of the event alongside Greek sweets and pastries and tea and coffee. “We are keen to have Chelsea at the event, we are crossing fingers that her health will prevail. But her grandfather is attending and her cousin Sophie. They are bringing galaktobouriko and someone from the family will definitely be speaking at the event.” The Biggest Morning Tea: Tuesday 7 June at Olympic Hall, 288 Franklin Street, Adelaide from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm. Tickets are $8.00 per person and $5.00 with concession. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

 

Total of HIV prostitutes rises in Greece

first_imgAnother prostitute has tested positive for HIV, taking the total number found to be carrying the virus to 25, authorities said on Tuesday.The Hellenic Center for Disease Control and Prevention (KEELPNO) checked nine women during the day.A Romanian woman was confirmed as having HIV during the checks, KEELPNO said.The center said it would continue the checks, which have found another 24 HIV positive prostitutes over the last two weeks.Hundreds of men have called the KEELPNO hotline over fears that they may have contracted HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, after having unprotected sex with the prostitutes.Source: Kathimerini Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

 

Dalidakis and Mikakos take on new portfolios

first_imgPremier Daniel Andrews has created three new portfolios to come under the wing of Greek Australian ministers Philip Dalidakis and Jenny Mikakos.Mr Dalidakis adds Minister for Trade and Investment to his duties, (he was previously Innovation and Trade minister). Dalidakis also takes on the new portfolio of Innovation and the Digital Economy, in addition to continuing as Minister for Small Business.Families and Children, and Youth Affairs Minister Jenny Mikakos adds the new portfolio of Early Childhood Education to her responsibilities. Under this ministry, Ms Mikakos will oversee a $202.1 million budget as part of the Education State Early Childhood Reform Plan aimed at creating a “higher quality, more equitable and inclusive early childhood system”, further reinforcing Labor’s claims of being the architect of Victoria as ‘the education state’.The Plan includes over $80 million for families to address parenting challenges and to enhance access to skilled professionals like Maternal and Child Health nurses. More than $108 million has been allocated to help kindergartens improve their resources to deliver inclusive high quality early education experiences, and $7.2 million has been promised to support children with a disability and their families during the transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

 

La NASA capture une spectaculaire éruption solaire

first_imgLa NASA capture une spectaculaire éruption solaireLundi en fin de journée, le Solar Dynamics Observatory de la NASA a capturé des images d’une impressionnante éruption solaire. Le phénomène a conduit à une éjection de masse coronale mais pas en direction de la Terre. Le Soleil est bel et bien réveillé et ne cesse de le montrer. Depuis plusieurs mois, les éruptions solaires, plus ou moins puissantes, se succèdent. C’est ainsi une nouvelle et toute aussi impressionnante explosion qu’a pu observer lundi le Solar Dynamics Observatory de la NASA. Survenue aux alentours de 17H45 GMT sur le “côté” gauche du Soleil, l’éruption a été l’une des plus belles observées cette année selon les spécialistes. Néanmoins, elle a été classée en catégorie M1, autrement dit elle n’a été que de taille moyenne.L’explosion s’est produite au niveau d’une région active de l’astre qui était peut-être également à l’origine de l’activité observée le week-end précédent, a expliqué la NASA au site Space.com. “De telles éruptions sont souvent associées à des explosions solaires, et dans ce cas, une explosion de type M1 (de taille moyenne) est apparue au même moment. Mais l’éjection de masse coronale (CME) ne s’est pas dirigée vers la Terre”, a précisé l’agence.Les éruptions solaires sont classées en différentes catégories selon l’intensité maximale de leur flux thermique. Sur l’échelle, figurent ainsi plusieurs classes désignées par les lettres A, B, C, M et X. Chaque classe correspond à une éruption solaire d’une intensité dix fois plus importante que la précédente. Au sein d’une même classe, il existe ensuite plusieurs niveaux de 1 à 10. À lire aussiBoisson, météorite et Facebook, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 5 septembreLes éruptions de classe X sont donc les plus puissantes et peuvent représenter des risques pour les systèmes de communication terrestres. La plus forte éruption enregistrée au cours des dix dernières années est survenue en novembre 2003 et a été classée en X28.   Découvrez en vidéo l’éruption solaire capturée par le SDO sur MaxisciencesLe 19 avril 2012 à 12:05 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

2019 a very strange Copa America

first_img12 teams, three groups, two teams from Asia, this is the new version of the world’s oldest tournament set to be played in Brazil this summer.The draw for the 2019 Copa America tournament already took place, with 12 nations from two confederations competing for a single trophy.Six stadiums in five hosts cities in Brazil will witness how from June 14 to July 7th, 12 teams will try to show they are the best in South America.Including Japan and Qatar.These two Asian teams, who are currently in the Semifinals of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup and who might even get to meet in the final, were invited by CONMEBOL.This happened after both Mexico and the United States from CONCACAF decided not to attend a tournament they have been left uninvited when it was announced, then invited again some months ago.Neymar, BrazilNeymar can win the Ballon d’Or, says Ander Herrera Andrew Smyth – September 13, 2019 An “excited” Ander Herrera believes new Paris Saint-Germain team-mate Neymar is a contender for the Ballon d’Or alongside Kylian Mbappe.Hosts Brazil will lead Group A together with Bolivia, Venezuela, and Peru.Argentina was drawn into Group B with Colombia, Paraguay, and guests Qatar.While Uruguay is set to play in Group C with Ecuador, Japan, and Chile.The best two teams of each group will qualify directly to the Quarterfinals, while the best two ranked third places will also win a ticket to the elimination round.The Group Stage will be played from June 14 up to the 24th, while the Quarterfinals will be played from the 27 to the 29.Semifinals are set to be played on July 2nd and 3rd. Meanwhile, the Third Place match is scheduled for July 6 and the final for July 7 at Maracana Stadium.last_img read more

 

Oil spill response barge breaks loose in Unalaska

first_imgThe 200-foot-long oil spill response barge Ibis, anchored in Iliuliuk Bay for the past several months, came off its mooring Saturday afternoon in rough seas and drifted onto Front Beach, requiring a coordinated response effort.The barge is operated by Resolve Magone Marine Services. As of Saturday evening, a crew was able to tow the barge off of the beach.The Ibis is a relative newcomer to Unalaska; It got its permit in May from the Alaska Department of Natural Resources to moor the barge off the beach for the next five years. The bright orange barge is the most visible element of a private effort to improve shipping safety along the Great Circle route across the Pacific. The Ibis can be used to store oil that’s been offloaded, or lightered, from a ship in trouble, before the oil spills into the sea.According to Environmental Spill Response Supervisor Jay Brost, a dive team is doing a survey to determine the cause of the incident and will have more information later this week.The bright orange Resolve Ibis (far left), an oil spill response barge capable of sopping up over 20,000 gallons of fuel, has a five-year mooring permit from the Alaska Department of Natural Resources. PHOTO: ETHAN NICHOLSlast_img read more

 

Amazon Dismisses Raspberry Pi Key Hack Patches It Anyway

first_img Since Amazon began waltzing into strangers’ homes to drop off packages, the company’s Key delivery service has run fairly smoothly.But customers’ initial fears of exploitation are materializing with a new hack that makes it easy to break Amazon Key using a Raspberry Pi.A researcher, known only as MG, claims to have found a way to bypass the built-in security and walk right through the front door.“I call this the ‘Break & Enter dropbox’ and it pairs well with my Amazon Key,” he tweeted on Sunday. “Amazon downplayed the last attack on this product because it needed an evil delivery driver to execute. This doesn’t.” Stay on target Lyra Is a Handheld Gaming System Powered by a Raspberry PiRaspberry Pi Used to Steal 500 MB of NASA Data center_img I call this the “Break & Enter dropbox” and it pairs well with my Amazon Key (smartlock & smartcam combo). It’s all current software. Amazon downplayed the last attack on this product because it needed an evil delivery driver to execute. This doesn’t. pic.twitter.com/35krz46Kab— MG (@_MG_) February 4, 2018An accompanying video shows MG as a mock criminal-cum-delivery driver planting a Pi computer inside a porch light. A faux courier then unlocks the door, deposits the parcel, relocks the house, and leaves.Except, the door isn’t bolted; the sound of the latch is a fake audio file, according to Forbes. Once the hacker returns, he strolls in without a problem.“To preemptively answer the obvious question of ‘how?,’ I’m withholding details until Amazon has a chance to fix this,” MG said over the weekend.The tech titan, meanwhile, is sticking to its story that consumers have nothing to worry about.Amazon on Tuesday told Forbes that the app tested by MG is not the same as the one used by drivers, which ensures the door is only open for a brief period, communication to the camera and lock remains uninterrupted, and the door is securely relocked.“The driver does not leave without physically checking that the door is locked,” a company spokeswoman said. “Safety and security is built into every aspect of the service.”Still, Amazon plans to deliver a technical fix by the end of the week—a precaution, if you will. Not because it’s necessary, but because it will offer peace of mind.This is not the first time Amazon has been forced to update Key to address potential flaws: As Forbes pointed out, it issued patches last year, after Rhino Security Labs managed to flood the Wi-Fi with traffic, making it impossible to lock the door.Still not comfortable with the idea of letting a delivery person into your house while you’re not home? You could always have Amazon put your parcels in your trunk instead.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

 

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first_imgVideo Player is loading.Pierre Qian explains radiotherapy to ablate VTPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:34Loaded: 2.19%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:34 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more November 3, 2010 – A program has been launched to raise awareness among radiographers and radiological technicians of they role they play in managing radiation dose exposure. The “Are you DoseWise?” program was developed by Philips and the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists (ISRRT).The first ISRRT Dosewise Radiographer of the Year will be awarded at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting in Chicago.”Radiographers around the world are linked by a common goal, that is, to provide the highest quality medical images using the lowest achievable dose of radiation,” said Michael Ward, Ph.D., president of the ISRRT. “The patients count on our professional skill and educational preparation to carry out our work.”At the 2010 ISRRT World Conference in Australia, the organization focused on the theme that radiographers and radiological technologists play an essential role in safely delivering the best clinical care. The key message was that quality in diagnostic radiology not only requires good images, but also following the As Low as Reasonably Achievable (ALARA) principle.At the heart of the ‘Are you DoseWise’ campaign is an interactive website that brings together key learning material, discussion opportunities and leading global references. It is also home to the entry for the ISRRT Dosewise Radiographer of the Year. Entries will be open until Nov. 12, 2010. Radiographers will have to complete the DoseWise quiz and then answer in 250 words or less, what they have done to improve patient safety by managing exposure to dose.For more information: www.dosewise.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Technology | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 Shimadzu Medical Systems Receives FDA 510(k) for FluoroSpeed X1 RF System Shimadzu Medical Systems USA, a subsidiary of Shimadzu Corp., announced they have received U.S. Food and Drug… read more Videos | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 VIDEO: Demonstration of the Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Radiographic Fluoroscopy System Shimadzu displayed the FluoroSpeed X1 conventional radiographic fluoroscopy (RF) system at the Association for Medica read more Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Walkaround AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:25Loaded: 11.42%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:25 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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first_img in Data, Headlines, News FHFA Reports Declines in Mortgage Interest Rates for November FHFA Mortgage Interest Rates 2014-12-30 Seth Welborn December 30, 2014 448 Views center_img Mortgage interest rates nationwide experienced declines from October to November, according to an index released by the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA).The average interest rate for all mortgage loans in the U.S. was 4.01 percent in November, a decline of 10 basis points from 4.11 percent in October; for conventional, 30-year fixed-rate mortgages of $417,000 or less, the average interest rate of 4.24 percent for November represented a decline of eight basis points from 4.32 in October.For all mortgage loans, the effective interest rate (which accounts for the addition of initial fees and charges over the life of a mortgage) for November was reported at 4.16 percent, a drop of 11 basis points from the figure of 4.27 percent reported for October.The National Average Contract Mortgage Rate for the Purchase of Previously Occupied Homes by Combined Lenders index for loans closed in late November declined by 11 basis points from October to November, down from 4.11 percent to an even 4.00 percent, FHFA reported.Despite the month-over-month declines in interest rates in November, the average loan amount for all mortgage loans in the U.S. increased by $8,600, from $285,000 in October up to $293,000 in November, according to FHFA. Sharelast_img read more

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