Donald Trump's statements and appointments don't like chinese.Several Chinese state-owned media reported about the Friday trade war possibility with the United states.in the News including china's ministry of commerce stressed the Us-trade to benefit both countries.president of the united states to rise to Donald Trump's statement and China-critical personnel appointments to management positions are tightened between the two countries in recent weeks.the Last uproar attracted the nomination was an economics professor Peter Navarro's appointment to the high foreign trade to coordinate the task.Navarro has been critical of china's strong and growing role in the world economy.
the Client is entitled to a refund, since the flight of the blocking is not due to the customer's own activity."If the client of denied boarding, he may apply to the ticket price corresponding to the amount of the refund," advises finnair's media relations director for Sun Tallqvist.Tallqvist tell you that the customer is entitled to a refund, since the flight of the blocking is not due to the customer's own activity.Last Friday, the president of the United states Donald Trump ordered the prohibition of entry of such muslim countries as Syria, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen citizens.Tallqvist pointed out that the ban has exceptions: the United states Customs and Border Protection CBP authorities, confirmed by the dual, which is the "second country of citizenship requires a valid passport and other travel documents ESTA or visa in order, get on the ground".If the dual has, for example, also Finnish citizenship, he can use the Finnish passport, assuming that the passport is a valid travel permit.
By Dustin Volz and Mark HosenballWASHINGTON Reuters - U.S. presidential campaigns face threats from hackers bent on espionage and other activity more nefarious than mere political mischief, the office of the U.S. National Intelligence Director James Clapper said on Wednesday, but did not provide details on specific intrusions.We re aware that campaigns and related organizations and individuals are targeted by actors with a variety of motivations— from philosophical differences to espionage — and capabilities— from defacements to intrusions, Clapper s spokesman Brian Hale said in a statement, deferring to the FBI for details on specific incidents.Earlier, Clapper said the U.S. intelligence community had already had some indications of hacking attempts against presidential campaigns.The Republican and Democratic candidates for president will begin receiving intelligence briefings after being officially nominated at party conventions this summer.He said the sessions would not be used to try to persuade Trump to soften his stance about a proposed ban on Muslim immigration, which some national security professionals have said is counterproductive to fighting Islamic extremism.We ve been doing this for many years, it s not designed to shape anybody s worldview, Clapper said.
It was a big deal for the people of Vietnam when the President of the United States visited their country earlier this week.But sadly, posting about the event on Facebook proved rather difficult.Reuters cites sources from two activist organizations—Access Now and Viet Tan—that both claim Facebook was restricted and at times blocked in Vietnam during the presidential visit.The restrictions were, according to the sources, put in place so that people were unable to organize protests via the social network.Reuters explains that it s not the first time that Vietnam has blocked Facebook—apparently it did so earlier this year when protests broke out over fish stocks and ahead of parliamentary elections.China, Uganda, Turkey and North Korea have all been known to censor social networks in the past.
It was a big deal for the people of Vietnam when the President of the United States visited their country earlier this week.But sadly, posting about the event on Facebook proved rather difficult.Reuters cites sources from two activist organisations — Access Now and Viet Tan — that both claim Facebook was restricted and at times blocked in Vietnam during the presidential visit.The restrictions were, according to the sources, put in place so that people were unable to organise protests via the social network.Reuters explains that it s not the first time that Vietnam has blocked Facebook — apparently it did so earlier this year when protests broke out over fish stocks and ahead of parliamentary elections.China, Uganda, Turkey and North Korea have all been known to censor social networks in the past.
Image Source: Jimmy Kimmel LiveThe presumptive Republican nominee for president of the United States of America, Donald Trump, made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live this Wednesday.As has become the norm for his talk show appearances, it was a relatively mellow affair, with Trump avoiding any of the colorful language or boisterous claims that draw crowds to his rallies all across the country, but there was one moment in particular that stood out like a sore thumb among the rest of the banter.DON T MISS: The iPhone 7 might actually be in troubleAfter joking around with Trump about his support for Hillary in previous campaigns, Kimmel asked the candidate what he thought needed to be done about the increasingly heated debate over transgender bathroom laws.Confusingly, these points seem to contradict one another, as many states would inevitably decide not to protect the rights of that group.Kimmel attempted to cut through the noise by asking Trump a pointed question about whether or not he, as a voting citizen of New York state, would vote to allow a transgender individual the right to choose an appropriate bathroom.They proceed to go in circles for a few seconds until Kimmel finally asks Trump what the right thing to do is in this situation.
Independent voices speak out against continued powergrabUndeterred by staff cutting his brakes, president of the European Patent Office EPO , Benoit Battistelli, has now enraged his organization's Boards of Appeal.Noting that the aim of the reform was to increase the autonomy of the boards, the association that represents all 28 global boards complains in a letter sent earlier this month that it would in fact "decrease the level of autonomy and independence."The Association of the Members of the Boards of Appeal AMBA also points out that the proposed reforms do not follow "the main internationally recognized principles of judicial independence."As to how such changes ended up in the proposal without being challenged, well that's because Battistelli and his team didn't consult with the boards that it was seeking to reform."The vast majority of our proposals, comments and concerns have not been taken into account in the proposed rules and are not reflected in any other way, for example in the explanatory notes or in the 'Alternatives' section, which is conspicuous by its absence."In short, it's not just the EPO staff that the wildly unpopular president is trying to become king of, he's also trying to take over the very independent processes that are supposed to hold his organization's decisions to account.
Tesla boss and SpaceX founder Elon Musk knows something the rest of us don t: we don t actually exist.In fact, Musk says the chances that we re not just pieces of code in a futuristic computer simulation are one in billions.There s good news though: if you ever find yourself in a hot tub with Musk, he definitely won t bring up his simulation theory because his brother won t let him.You have a digital version of yourself, a partial version of yourself online in the form of your emails, your social media, and all the things that you do.You have more power than the president of the United States had 20 years ago, Musk said.Musk is among of a small number of people who are directly helping shape the future of our civilization — whether or not that civilization exists only inside a computer — and he always has plenty of interesting and important things to say.
She depicted her Republican opponent as temperamentally unfit to be President of the United States, and for proof, she pointed to Trump s Twitter feed.Clinton lifted lines from Trump s own speeches, interviews, and social media accounts and used them to paint a picture of a candidate who does not have a coherent plan for the country, just a series of bizarre rants.He says he doesn t have to listen to our generals or ambassadors, because he has, quote, a very good brain,' Clinton said.He believes climate change is a hoax invented by the Chinese.In fact, just moments before, Trump had done just that:Bad performance by Crooked Hillary Clinton!Taking a cue from her nemesis, Clinton leaned more heavily on personal attacks, rather than policy talk, managing to steal the news cycle from Trump for the day.
Click to Open Overlay GalleryHillary Clinton speaking to supporters on June 6, 2016 in Lynwood, California.They won t, but over the next month you ll likely be hearing a lot about pledged delegates versus superdelegates, contested conventions, and the math.Sanders female supporters were supposed to be equally offended when they were accused of betraying their own kind.If Sanders wins California, he ll likely try to use his formidable bully pulpit to make the case that he can flip Clinton s superdelegates.Barring some unprecedented calamity on the convention floor, Clinton will become the country s first female presidential nominee to represent a major party in a general election.During a rare interview with her traveling press corps yesterday, Clinton addressed the historic magnitude of her likely nomination: I do think it will make a very big difference for a father or a mother to be able to look at their daughter just like they can look at their son and say you can be anything you want to be in this country, including president of the United States.
GIFA few months ago some geniuses cooked up a website that makes Obama say anything you want, spliced together word-by-word from endless online clips.There s now an alternate version that does the same thing with Donald Trump, except that you ll be hard-pressed to come up with anything more ludicrous than what he s already said.The Donald Trump Mishmasher works a little differently than the Obama version.It doesn t appear to assemble words not in its database using syllables from those that are.So if there s a word you need that Donald Trump has yet to utter at a debate or rally, you re out of luck.But there s still a lot of fun to be had with the next president of the United States.
A few months ago some geniuses cooked up a website that makes Obama say anything you want, spliced together word-by-word from endless online clips.There s now an alternate version that does the same thing with Donald Trump, except that you ll be hard-pressed to come up with anything more ludicrous than what he s already said.The Donald Trump Mishmasher works a little differently than the Obama version.It doesn t appear to assemble words not in its database using syllables from those that are.So if there s a word you need that Donald Trump has yet to utter at a debate or rally, you re out of luck.However, there s still a lot of fun to be had with the next president of the United States.
Hillary Clinton: Russian HackersAccording to a report in the Washington Post, Russian government-sponsored hackers have penetrated the computer network of the Democratic National Committee.The report says that this is just one of a number of intrusions into American political organizations, including attacks specifically against Trump and Clinton s campaigns.None of the financial or donor information appeared to have been touched, and those email lists and financial information would be invaluable for hackers motivated by money.Hacking top-level politicians is an obvious move for Russia.Having access to carefully-researched dirt on the future President of the United States could give Russia all sorts of advantages in a potential negotiation.Of course, this isn t the first time that Hillary Clinton, Russia and hacking have been mentioned in the same sentence.
Often called the post-Internet generation, the oldest members of the newest coveted market were born in the mid-1990s.Many of them don't remember the world before the September 11th attacks, and most of them grew up with a cell phone in their hands.One way to show Gen Z what you stand for is to show off behind-the-scenes pictures, candid images from your company, and real pictures of real people doing real work.But Gen Z has also watched a bi-racial man be elected President of the United States, and will almost certainly see a woman be nominated to run for the presidency this fall.In fact, if you want to infuriate Gen Z, try and lock them in with anything.What is your favorite marketing tip for those who are reaching out to Gen Z?
The Supergirl television series has a knack for finding creative ways to pay homage to the TV shows and movies that paved the way for DC Comics characters to make the leap from page to screen, and now it s adding another iconic superhero actress to the show s recurring cast.Warner Bros. and The CW announced today that former Wonder Woman series star Lynda Carter will join the series cast in the second season.Carter, who played Wonder Woman and her alter ego, Diana Prince in the well-known TV show that aired from 1975-1979, will play the president of the United States in Supergirl.The character will be a recurring one for the show, and Carter will make her debut in the role during the third episode of the second season.Dean Cain, who played Superman in the popular series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, and Helen Slater, who played the title role in the 1984 Supergirl movie, currently portray the adoptive parents of Supergirl in the series.She s joined in the cast by Mehcad Brooks as James Olsen, Laura Benanti as Alura Zor-El, Calista Flockhart as Cat Grant, Chyler Leigh as Alex Danvers, Jeremy Jordan as Winn Schott, Jenna Dewan Tatum as Lucy Lane the sister of Lois Lane , David Harewood as Hank Henshaw, and Peter Facinelli as Maxwell Lord.
A few ground rules: We re sticking with movie presidents, because otherwise The West Wing s Jed Bartlet would occupy every slot.And we re ignoring portrayals of real presidents, because lord knows Daniel Day-Lewis doesn t need any more positive reinforcement.Not so much a president as a dispenser of rapid and addled one-liners, Tug Benson makes this list if only because he s the sole Commander in Chief, real or imagined, to best Saddam Hussein in a sword fight.Many parts of this movie were easier to watch before our current election cycle, but Terry Crews take on the office— five-time Ultimate Smackdown champion, porn superstar, and president of the United States, in that order—remains as fresh as ever.President Andrew Shepherd is basically President Jed Bartlet, if you replace solving the world s most intractable political problems with avuncular grace and charm with feeling pretty mopey about getting his girlfriend fired.We ll still take it.
Both the US Senator Elizabeth Warren and Spotify accusing Apple to impede competition in the music. She has been singled out as the Democratic candidate for Vice President of the United States. In a speech on Monday accused Elizabeth Warren, the three US tech giants, Google, Apple and Amazon, to inhibit competition and exploit its power, reports tech site Recode. Google, Apple and Amazon have created disruptive technologies that change the world and they deserve to be profitable and successful. But the ability to compete must also exist for new and smaller companies that want to change the world again, said Elizabeth Warren. Apple has according to Warren, dictated the terms of such Spotify making it difficult for them to compete.
Here are 20 people from all around the world of sports who have publicly stated their support for republican candidate Donald Trump.Photo:2016 Getty Images; Art by Bailey Brautigan, Forbes Staff
And everyone is now happy to leave it be… wait, what's that?At a press conference Tuesday morning, FBI director James Comey gave a lengthy description of the investigation his staff had carried out, focused on whether Clinton has mishandled classified information, and concluded that "no reasonable prosecutor" would bring a case based on the evidence.Although Comey cut off the possibility of criminal prosecution, he did however make some striking criticisms of Clinton and her team.They were "extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information," he noted.Overall the Feds concluded that despite not having full-time security staff for the server and despite a "security culture" at the State Department that was "generally lacking in the kind of care for classified information found elsewhere in the government," there was no "clear evidence" that Clinton or anyone on her team has "intended to violate laws governing the handling of classified information."In other words, sloppy but not illegal.
What value to you would that be in your next round of negotiations with the president of the United States?Hillary Clinton traveled to 19 foreign locations during her first three months in office, inlcuding China, South Korea, Egypt, Israel, Palestine, and a meeting in Switzerland with her Russian counterpart.She transmitted data over wireless networks in those countries, networks almost certainly already monitored 24/7 by intelligence and security officials.Her use of a personal email domain was both known by a large number of people and readily apparent...But No Hacking was Really NeededOnline security company Venafi TrustNet has the world s largest database of digital certificates and associated metadata, allowing it to go back in time and identify how digital certificates were used in the past, a kind of forensics capability for IT security.