Recent satellite images show that North Korea had restarted a reactor in the nuclear energy area, which is used to produce plutonium for the country nuclear weapons programme, told the Guardian.North korea to observe us 38 North -a process said in the previous analysis of January 18. the day that the country seems to be preparing to restart Yongbyongin reactor.according to the Organization, North Korea has dismantled the spot of spent fuel rods, which are used for the plutonium in the manufacture of the country's nuclear arsenal.Images of January 22. day look water the clouds are likely warm to rise the reactor cooling for water removal from the tube, which gives shows that the reactor is very likely to be in operation , the agency report says.the Picture is, however, impossible to estimate what power level the reactor.the Report said that the reactor operators had been out of use in late 2015.
the reduction of working time reduction leave is a simple solution, but it is not suitable for every sector. Extension of the annual working time of 24 hours is competitive agreement soveltamisneuvottelujen of the most difficult things. 3 500 employees gives up three pekkaspäivästä ie reduction in working hours leave per year. Pekkaspäivien removal as some sort of oddity has been constantly on the agenda of employers, employees believe that behind it is a genuine trade-off. sectoral agreements competitiveness of the agreement seem to be delayed by the end of May schedule. Public and private sector officials Jyty thought yesterday that no agreement within the time limit.
Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai speaking Wednesday at the company s annual developers conference.And double tapping the recent-apps button will let you quickly toggle between the app you re currently using and the last one you used.Android N will introduce skin color to emojis, instead of just the bright yellow people now available—a feature Apple Inc. s operating system has had for a year.One such under the hood change that Android N will introduce is called Vulkan, a 3-D graphics application program interface built to help developers make games render smoother and with higher fidelity.A public beta of Android N is being released today at for users of the Nexus 5X, 6 and 6P smartphones and the Nexus Player set-top box.Its official release will come later this summer.
Image copyrightGoogle has appealed to France's highest court after the country's data watchdog ordered it to delete some of its search results globally.But Google said the ruling could lead to abuse by "less open and democratic" countries.It gives people the right to have results linked to their name removed from search websites, if they "appear to be inadequate" or "irrelevant".Google said it had reviewed almost 1.5 million requests, of which about 40% resulted in the removal of a search result.It has pointed out it is relatively simple for Europeans to access international versions of Google and find the deleted results.Google has argued that a French authority such as the CNIL should not "impose measures outside of the nation's borders".
To recap, the right-to-be-forgotten ruling, or right to delist from search engines, as it could be more accurately described, was the result of a 2014 ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union CJEU and was designed to help individuals hide web pages that contain out-of-date, irrelevant, and ultimately damaging information about them.Over the past couple of years, Google says it has delisted about 40 percent of the roughly 1.5 million webpage requests it has reviewed.So far, so simple.After a long battle, Google finally gave in to a certain extent — it agreed to restrict access to the delisted URL on all Google Search domains, with the provision that the restriction would only apply within the country of the person who requested the removal.But if French law applies globally, how long will it be until other countries – perhaps less open and democratic – start demanding that their laws regulating information likewise have global reach?Google has also managed to scoop a coveted slot in France s national Le Monde newspaper, where Walker s opinion piece was published today.Google s right-to-be-forgotten battle is one of many fights faced by the Internet giant in Europe just now.This came shortly after Google lost an anti-monopoly appeal in Russia over the same issue and while it s facing a similar probe in the U.S. And all this before we even consider the existing accusations from the Commission that Google uses its dominance to bias search results.As with all these other cases, there s little question that a lot is at stake in the right-to-be-forgotten saga — more from a precedent-setting perspective than anything else.
Android N brings a number of new features, but it turns out 3D Touch-style launcher shortcuts won t be among them.New documentation from the Android Developers site details the removal of the feature in Preview 4, which probably won't land for several weeks since Preview 3 just went live on Wednesday.The feature is still in Preview 3, so you can play around with it if you ve downloaded Android N to a Nexus device.The concept is that developers can build in shortcuts to their app.While a few Android developers dabbled with implementing such launcher actions, it appears that their learnings will need to be filed for a later date.So any new feature implementation needs to account for the massive fragmentation in screen sizes and hardware out in the Android ecosystem.
Together with an anti-racism and an anti-homophobia group, UEJF published a report earlier this month showing Twitter, Facebook and Google s YouTube deleted only a small number of posts flagged as hateful, threatening or promoting violence.Over the course of about six weeks in April and May, members of French anti-discrimination groups flagged unambiguous hate speech that promoted racism, homophobia or anti-Semitism.Over 90 percent of the posts pointed out to Twitter and YouTube remained online within 15 days on average following requests for removal, according to the study by UEJF, SOS Racisme and SOS Homophobie.There needs to be more moderation, but it s complicated and expensive, Gilles Clavreul, the delegate to France s prime minister on fighting racism and anti-Semitism, said this week on French radio, after the research was published.Criticism has amplified since terror attacks in Paris last year, with administrations from the U.K. to the U.S. calling on Silicon Valley companies for help in the fight against terrorism.Representatives for Twitter and Facebook didn t immediately respond to requests for comment.A representative for Google in Paris said the company had no comment.According to the report, the content still online includes a comment on Facebook saying that homosexuals are disgusting; a YouTube video that uses a derogatory term for black people and said go back home you apes; and a Twitter post that applauded the Brussels attacks and stated Death to the Jews.I think there isn t enough money put in and the moderators aren t necessarily prepared appropriately for the challenge.
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/File PhotoBy Julia Fioretti and Mathieu RosemainBRUSSELS/PARIS Reuters - Alphabet Inc's Google appealed on Thursday an order from the French data protection authority to remove certain web search results globally in response to a European privacy ruling, escalating a fight on the extra-territorial reach of EU law.In May 2014, the European Court of Justice ECJ ruled that people could ask search engines, such as Google and Microsoft's Bing, to remove inadequate or irrelevant information from web results appearing under searches for people's names - dubbed the "right to be forgotten".In February it also started delisting results across all its domains - including - when accessed from the country where the request came from.But if French law applies globally, how long will it be until other countries - perhaps less open and democratic - start demanding that their laws regulating information likewise have global reach?""Data protection law, in France and around Europe, is explicitly territorial, that is limited to the territory of the country whose law is being applied."Google accepts around 40 percent of requests for the removal of links popping up under searches for people's names, according to its Transparency Report.
Apple has rejected a game influenced by the Palestinian-Israeli conflict from the App Store, saying its political themes mean it is not a game.Success requires solving puzzles and reacting to a quick-changing environment."Unfortunately Apple rejected the game as a game, they say its not game as it has a political statement," developer Rasheed Abueideh posted on Twitter.Apple hasn't asked for the complete removal of Liyla, but suggested Abueidah instead re-categorises the game as 'News' or 'Reference'.This is particularly problematic as, per Eurogamer, a game reflecting the 'other side' of the Gaza Strip dispute, Israeli Heroes, remains available on iOS devices.Last year, in the wake of the Charleston church shootings that shocked America, it pulled all apps featuring the Confederate Flag, including strategy games that used the imagery in an accurate historical context.
Chrome is the world's most popular web browser, but it also has a couple of irritating flaws.One of those relates to its use of backspace button on your keyboard, which Google also uses as a 'back' shortcut.If you're inputting a lot of text into a form or working on a web document, this can result in losing a whole bunch of work with a simple button press.After years of this issue, we realise we're not going to have a better way to solve that problem," says Google.Of course, a lot of long-time Chrome users have grown accustomed to the backspace shortcut, and have voiced their displeasure at the feature's imminent removal.Related: How to block Flash in Chrome before Google does it for youThis perhaps explains why Google is cautiously applying the 'fix' for now, as it means it can restore the original functionality "should there be sufficient outcry."
The case PDF , e-ventures LLC vs Google, working its way through a Florida District Court, has received little attention so far.It's noteworthy mainly because it's the first time an SEO search engine optimization company has challenged Google's right to exclude entries from its search results on competition grounds.e-ventures argues the action breached Google's own removal policies and that removals were narrow and targeted.e-ventures complained:"Defendent ... asserts that plaintiff's claims are barred by the First Amendment because Google's search results are constitutionally protected opinions, and the First Amendment protects Google from liability based on its removal of plaintiff's websites from its search results."Google also argues that its search results are editorial judgments protected by the First Amendment.Google also argued that the case should be thrown out because of the "blanket" federal liability offered by the Communication Decency Act CDA , Section 230.
Reuters – With the world growing more concerned about attacks by militant groups on civilians, Microsoft on Friday outlined new policies to crack down what it called terrorist content on some of its consumer services.In a blog post, the company said it would ban what it called terrorist content on some services such as gaming tool Xbox Live, the consumer version of its Outlook email service, and its consumer documents-sharing service.But for its search engine Bing, Microsoft cited free expression and said it would remove links only when that is required of search providers under local law.We will consider terrorist content to be material posted by or in support of organizations included on the Consolidated United Nations Security Council Sanctions List that depicts graphic violence, encourages violent action, endorses a terrorist organization or its acts, or encourages people to join such groups, the blog post said.The steps illustrate the tough predicament many companies face balancing public safety with individual rights.The issue came to the fore after Apple and the U.S. government clashed over whether federal authorities could force Apple to create software to unlock a phone used by a shooter in the San Bernardino attacks last year.Ultimately, the government paid a third party to unlock the phone.The events of the past few months are a strong reminder that the Internet can be used for the worst reasons imaginable, Microsoft said in its post.Microsoft said users can use an online form to recommend removal of content.Use this Web form to report content posted by or in support of a terrorist organization that depicts graphic violence, encourages violent action, endorses a terrorist organization or its acts, or encourages people to join such groups, the instructions read.Microsoft said it would provide information on how to counter negative content, a policy adopted by another technology giant: Facebook.The social-media service this year announced a tool it calls counter speech, encouraging activists to counter extremist views with posts promoting tolerance.Last year, Facebook updated its guidelines to prohibit advocacy of terrorist activity, organized criminal activity or promoting hate.Social media site Twitter suspended 125,000 accounts, most of which it believed were linked to the militant Islamic State group.
If the overall reform of the Law on alcohol will go through nykylinjauksillaan., One main lines is the elimination of debt on marketing. The law prohibits the sale of alcohol on credit, but Valvira has long been allowed in exceptional decision that alcohol may purchase an international credit card. the removal of the ban is to be, above all, to eliminate this kind of so-called dead letter. Special Adviser to the Hanna-Maija Kause strengthen the Western media that the policy in its current form would allow the sale of a partial payment and debt in general. "First came the idea of ​​pikavippiyhtiöistä, when I heard about it," he says LM. Simojoki points out that, for example, are studying young people could be forced to pay the problems of the decisions taken while intoxicated.
View photosMoreAn illustration picture shows a projection of binary code on a man holding a laptop computer, in an office in Warsaw June 24, 2013.In a letter to the European Commission and the Netherlands - which holds the rotating EU presidency - ministers from countries including Poland, Britain, Sweden and Finland urged Brussels to make sure regulation is not a barrier to the development of data-driven technologies and to avoid one-size-fits-all rules for online platforms such as Amazon and Facebook.The Commission last year unveiled its Digital Single Market strategy, a wide-ranging plan to knock down barriers in the online world to give Europe a better chance of competing with mainly U.S. tech giants.On Wednesday, it will present the results of its inquiry into online platforms and where it thinks action may be needed.The strategy has faced accusations of protectionism - which the Commission says are unfounded - and data flows to the United States have endured a particularly tough ride since revelations of mass U.S. government snooping programs."It's extremely important to allow free data flows across the EU and we know that in some member states there are ideas to localize data inside of those beautiful countries.
Image Source: iMoreA new report from Taiwan s Economic Daily via Barrons suggests that the upcoming iPhone 7 will be the monster hit Apple needs to help worried analysts forget about the current lull in iPhone 6s sales.According to the report, Apple has already asked component suppliers to prepare for a production target in the 72 to 78 million range, making it the highest production target in about two years.That being the case, and assuming that this tidbit of information from the rumor mill is accurate, iPhone 7 sales may be as much as 20% higher than anticipated.Indeed, it s been a rather busy week for iPhone 7 rumors over the past few days.While a peculiar rumor pointed to the iPhone 7 housing 4 separate speaker grilles, a more believable leak from earlier today provides us with our best look yet at what the iPhone 7 will look like.Other iPhone 7 rumors have pointed to a waterproof design, wireless charging, and of course, the removal of the tried and true 3.5mm headphone jack.
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Concept artwork for Stellaris Paradox InteractiveParadox Interactive has removed a player-made mod for its sci-fi strategy game Stellaris from Steam Workshop, because it removed diversity from the game's cast of human characters, making them all white and giving them European names.The mod, called European Phenotype and Names Only White Humans , was removed because it broke the rules of conduct, according to Paradox COO Susana Meza Graham, who added that "the comments surrounding the mod, rather than the mod itself, were the biggest problem".We interpreted this particular mod as breaking those rules of conduct."He asks that users contact him through his YouTube channel if Paradox's "ideological pushing" continues, saying he'll provide direct download links.Addressing the mod's removal on Reddit, a Paradox community manager said: "We saw the mod, thought it wasn't in very good taste, but let it remain.Then the creator of the mod decided to update the description of the mod to promote an 'agenda' not related to computer games at all, and this was being clearly displayed on our product page.
Like cap parks, which hope to bridge the chasms through severed communities—Boston s Big Dig is a great example—removal projects create multifunctional streets that can be utilized by all modes of transit and reconnect neighborhoods that were devastated by highways.In fact, this is why the US Department of Transportation recently introduced an initiative that focuses on repairing the inequality that urban freeways institutionalized so many years ago.There had been talk about removing the freeway since the early 1980s, but the earthquake spurred the conversation along, and demolition began in 1991.Property values have gone up and the area is now a desirable place for people and companies, although some say the increased interest in the area took longer than expected.Traffic was rerouted through several underground tunnels, and the land adjacent to the river was completely redeveloped into a 300-acre park that includes running and biking trails, skate parks, recreation centers, 17 !The Alaskan Way Viaduct in downtown Seattle was damaged in the 2001 quake and needed to be completely rebuilt to new seismic standards.
Stellaris publisher Paradox has removed a Steam Workshop mod that made all in-game humans white Europeans, altering the game's standard diverse population of planetary citizenry.After removing the mod from Steam Workshop, a Paradox spokesperson told Eurogamer that while the company "embrace s the idea that players mod the game to best represent how they want to play, we do not however wish to enable discriminatory practices."Paradox COO Susana Meza Graham echoed the clarification in issuing what she said was Paradox's final comment on the matter through Twitter.Following her statement, Graham's Twitter replies have been somewhat predictably flooded with negative comments, both from those critical of Paradox "stifling creativity" and those simply supportive of the mod's racial ideals.A mod promising "One Race Humans - Caucasians" is currently available, as are similar ones limiting in-game humans to Asians, Africans, and women, for instance.But the mod's creator, who goes by "Progeny of Europe" on Twitter and elsewhere online, states that he was "never contacted about this" before his mod was removed and asked Graham why Paradox didn't reach out "before censoring me for comments unrelated?"
Loaded: 0%Progress: 0%00:00The ScenePlayMute00:00Current Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00FullscreenNeed TextNo compatible source was found for this video.Advertisement 0:30Autonomous robot Sumo competitionshareplaysaveI am a skip button.WHOOPS!Shot/Edited by Jennifer Hahn.NEW YORK—For the past ten years, professor Brian Cusack has been teaching robot design and construction to science and engineering students at Cooper Union.This week, the class kicked off Cooper Union's End of Year Show with a robot "sumo" competition.We also visited a team that went on to build another robot in a later semester an autonomous snow removal robot , but most of the students in the mechatronics class were looking forward to the summer after an exhausting 14-week challenge.