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Personal Health Information Legislation Introduced


first_imgNova Scotians’ personal health information will be better protected with a Personal Health Information Act introduced today, Nov. 9. “We are committed to providing better health care, sooner to Nova Scotians,” said Health Minister Maureen MacDonald. “Enabling health-care providers to share information more quickly, through electronic health records as one example, will help deliver on this commitment. “This legislation will allow for information sharing and support better care, while ensuring that a patient’s privacy is better protected.” The act will provide consistent rules for the management of personal health information. Personal health information is now governed by a mix of federal and provincial legislation, health profession codes, and organizational policies and procedures. Nova Scotia joins eight other provinces who have comprehensive legislation to manage personal health information. The legislation sets out rules on how information is collected, used, disclosed, retained, and destroyed by the health-care sector in Nova Scotia. It better supports a system that uses electronic, as well as paper health records, and support a seamless flow of information within a person’s circle of care. Rules for sharing patient lists with hospital foundations remain unchanged. Patients and their family members must continue to give their consent before this occurs. “Our foundations do important work, and contribute significantly to the health care our hospitals provide,” said Ms. MacDonald. “At the same time, we must be sensitive to the anxiety patients and families feel when someone is sick. Before access to personal information is given for fundraising purposes, we need to be sure we have a patient’s or family’s consent.” Specific rules include provisions for privacy breach notification, audit reports to track who has had access to electronic health records, and a process for people to request access to their health information.last_img read more


Girl claims getting stuck between Kolkata Metro train doors


first_imgKolkata: Nearly a month after Sajal Kanjilal, a passenger, was dragged to his death by a Kolkata Metro train with his hand stuck between its sliding doors, a girl commuter on Tuesday complained that the Metro train she was travelling in, started moving with her shoulder stuck outside the doors.According to a social media post by the victim, Aatreyee Bhattacharya, the incident took place at the Park Street Metro station on Tuesday morning, the very station where the previous accident had occurred. However, the Kolkata Metro Railway authority refuted the charges. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja”@RailMinIndia I was going to die today, thanks to you. My shoulders were stuck on the doors, and I felt the metro starting to run. Again? @metrorailwaykol how many more before you take a step,” tweeted Bhattacharya. Minutes after her tweet, the Kolkata Metro Railway authority came into action and started scrutinising the CCTV footage of the Metro station. According to sources, the incident took place at the Park Street Metro station when the rush of passengers was less. The Kolkata Metro Authority claimed that no such incident took place. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highway”We have thoroughly scrutinised the CCTV footage of the station. But there was no such incident,” said Kolkata Metro Railway Chief Public Relation Officer Indrani Banerjee. She reiterated that the Metro police personnel have been asked to keep a close eye on passengers trying to force their way into the rakes at the last moment to avoid any untoward incident. This apart, a penalty is also there for passengers who are caught getting into the train forcefully. Hours after complaining on social media, the girl deleted her tweet. The incident reminded of 66-year-old Kanjilal who eventually died after being dragged through the tunnel between Park Street and Maidan Metro stations last month. The passenger count of Kolkata Metro Railway has increased during the first four months of this financial year (2019-20) in comparison to the same period of 2018-19. During this period, from April 1, 2019 to July 31, 2019, the Metro Railway carried 698.49 lakh passengers in comparison to 690.60 lakh passengers carried in the same period of the previous financial year (2018-19), registering an increase of 7.89 lakh commuters.last_img read more


Family testifies about pain of searching 24 years for missing Aboriginal woman


first_imgMEMBERTOU, N.S. – The 78-year-old Mi’kmaq elder cradles the grainy photo of his lost daughter laminated on his smart phone — a reminder of his hope to find her one day.It’s black and white, but Virginia Sue Pictou’s brown eyes sparkle, and her father Robert James Pictou has added the lines, “Forever in my heart.” He keeps a full-sized version propped up at breakfast each morning.The Nova Scotia-born Pictou was brought to a medical centre in Bangor, Maine, by police after being beaten on April 24, 1993.But as doctors briefly turned their attention to a shooting victim in the trauma unit, she quietly left, never to be seen again, family members say.“To me, as a father, every time the subject comes up, it’s just like it happened yesterday. It’s all there,” the father said during an interview while attending the National Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls in Cape Breton.“How is she going to rest in peace, could somebody explain that to me?”The family testified at the hearings at Membertou First Nation on Wednesday morning, repeating their account of how they suspect Virginia died violently, and talking of their hope state police will one day locate her remains and make arrests.Virginia had seven small children at her home in Easton, Maine, two of whom perished in a 1990 fire.Francis Pictou, 52, testified Wednesday he’s convinced Virginia left the hospital to return home to be with her five remaining children because she didn’t wish to leave them with her violent husband.Agnes Gould, the oldest sister, testified that Virginia repeatedly experienced domestic violence and had frequently come to her seeking shelter.Robert John Pictou, a 54-year-brother, told the commission he’d read a police record describing her beating by her husband and brother-in-law on a main street of Bangor on the day she went to the hospital.Like other families who’ve spoken before the inquiry during its cross-country hearings, the siblings say they’re determined to continue their search for information on her case.“We followed every lead we could. We searched fields. We searched swamps. We talked to family. We did investigations, we hired private investigators. It’s gone nowhere,” said Robert John Pictou.Searches undertaken by Aboriginal families that go on for decades — sometimes across borders — have been a frequent theme at the inquiry as it has crossed the country.On Wednesday, the inquiry’s commissioners said 900 people have registered to tell their story, and signalled they will be asking Ottawa for an extension and more money to hear the cases.Gould said she’d like others to hear and be inspired by their resolution during the 24-year quest.“As we always say, our case is one in a thousand,” she said during the inquiry.As the family spoke, the commissioners released an interim report that called for the provinces, territories and federal government to create a national police task force to handle requests from families and survivors to reopen cases and review investigations.Commissioner Michele Audette said she has repeatedly heard of cases where police forces are failing to adequately respond to cases that have involved missing or murdered aboriginal women.A spokesman for the Maine State Police didn’t respond to an emailed request for comment in the Pictou case.However, Robert John Pictou said that the investigation is one among 50 on a cold-case list, and added that a victim’s advocate from Maine is in contact with the family.The brother said having a joint national task force in Canada would be welcomed by his family, as it might be able to work with American agencies in cases of Aboriginal victims.“As it stands right now, we have zero information on our missing sister. That unfortunately is not unusual,” he said.The history of murdered and missing Mi’kmaq women in the United States goes back for generations, as Mi’kmaq and Maliseet band members cross for work, marriage and family ties.One of the cases that led to the push for the national inquiry was the 1974 death of Aboriginal activist Anna Mae Aquash, a Mi’kmaq from Nova Scotia.She was killed during a period of protests by the American Indian Movement and prosecutors allege she was murdered on orders from AIM, because the group believed she was an FBI informant.Her family struggled for years to have investigations re-opened, and to have her body repatriated and buried in her home community.Francis Pictou said for siblings and parents, the lost women are never forgotten and simply recovering their body and bringing it home would be a source of closure.“We know in our hearts, we know she’s gone,” he told the inquiry.“Even if it feels like an endless lead, go after it,” he said. “You might regret it later that you didn’t go after that one possibility.”Follow (at)mtuttoncporg on Twitter.last_img read more


As robotics advance in SouthEast Asia investment needed to build skilled workforce


The study, ASEAN in transformation: How technology is changing jobs and enterprises, published by the ILO Bureau for Employers’ Activities, examines the impact of technology on workplaces in the automotive and auto parts, electrical and electronics, textiles, clothing and footwear, business process outsourcing, and retail sectors in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). “Countries that compete on low-wage labour need to reposition themselves,” Deborah France-Massin, Director for the Bureau said in a press release today. “Price advantage is no longer enough. Policymakers need to create a more conducive environment that leads to greater human capital investment, research and development, and high-value production,” she explained.The study, based on two ASEAN-wide surveys of more than 4,000 enterprises and 2,700 students, and qualitative interviews with more than 330 stakeholders in region and beyond, found that there is considerable potential for growth and employment offered by advanced technologies, such as additive manufacturing, robotics and the ‘Internet of Things,’ a proposed development of the Internet in which everyday objects have network connectivity, allowing them to send and receive data.“More than 60 per cent of enterprises surveyed see these technologies as a positive for increasing sales, labour productivity and employment of highly skilled workers,” noted the release.The study warned that while mass scale job displacement is not imminent, about 56 per cent of all salaried employment in Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam, is at high risk of displacement in the next couple of decades primarily because of declining costs and increasing accessibility of new technologies.Jobs in industries such as textiles, clothing and footwear, numbering more than nine million – majority of whom are women – are especially vulnerable to disruptive technologies. This could reduce export growth as destination markets in Europe and the United States bring production back home. The subsequent social consequences could be particularly significant for some ASEAN economies such as Cambodia and Viet Nam.The study also pointed out that while enterprises across the region are increasingly seeking workers with science, technology, engineering and mathematics qualifications, young people, predominantly young women, are not choosing to study these subjects. Only 17 per cent of female students surveyed indicated they were doing courses on science, technology, engineering and mathematics. read more


Palestine refugees relief chief warns Security Council money to fund Gaza operations


Commissioner-General Pierre Krähenbühl told the Council it was “absolutely critical to avoid a breakdown of our food pipeline” and called on partners – 42 of whom increased their contributions to UNRWA last year after the United States withdrew funding – “to actively mobilize in support of our efforts”. He was briefing via video-link, along with the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Nickolay Mladenov, on the overall political and humanitarian situation surrounding the Israel-Palestine conflict.  Mr. Krähenbühl said the severe hardship endured by Gazans after “successive armed confrontations, blockade and violence” had been compounded for more than a year by the thousands wounded and hundreds killed under fire from Israeli security forces during the demonstrations at the border fence.   UNRWA/Shareef SarhanUNRWA Commissioner General Pierre Krähenbühl visiting the Abu Tue’ma school in Khan Younis, Gaza Strip, on 14 September 2014, to celebrate the start of the new school year.“Every family in Gaza has been impacted and people speak of a level of despair that surpasses anything previously known to them”, especially in terms of what UNRWA calls the current “epidemic deterioration of mental-health conditions”, he said. Mr. Krähenbühl said it was essential to open the next school year on time, in August, and rehabilitating schools to that end needed more funding.  Overall, $1.2 billlion is required through the year, he said, matching the amount mobilized last year, highlighting an upcoming pledging conference due to take place on 25 June in New York. He implored the Council to do whatever it could, to end the political stalemate, as “every single day, we deal with increasingly severe human consequences of this enduring conflict”. He cited the inspiring story of 15-year-old UNRWA student Jameela Abu Jom’a, awarded the 2019 Inspirational Messages of Peace Contest” award, backed in part by the United States National Park Service. Her message will be displayed in an Atlanta park for a year. “That is what you…have allowed us to achieve and preserve. For this you deserve the highest recognition”, he told the Council, calling on Member States to “protect this vital effort and sustain your collective mobilization, in support of dignity, stability and robust multilateralism”.  UN Photo/Loey FelipeThe Security Council Considers Situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question, 22 May 2019.‘There are no shortcuts to sustainable peace’ – Mladenov In his briefing, UNSCO chief Mladenov, said the escalation between Israel and militants across the border in Hamas-controlled Gaza of recent weeks, had “once again demonstrated the urgency of solidifying and expanding the existing understandings on the ground”. “We must ask ourselves, how many more years will Palestinians in Gaza be forced to live on a pittance from the international community, under the control of Hamas, and suffer from Israeli closures?” Mr. Mladenov asked how much longer Israelis would have to run for bomb shelters as Palestinian militants’ rockets “rain down indiscriminately from above?” He said the UN and partners had continued trying to mitigate the impact of the crisis in Gaza, but they were doomed to fail without resolving intra-Palestinian division, the blockade, and “charting a course towards the two-State solution based on long-standing international parameters”. “There are no shortcuts to sustainable peace” he declared. The Special Coordinator also noted that while the focus had been on the ebb and flow of the Gaza crisis, the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, “is of growing concern to us”. A prolonged absence of any political progress through talks had coincided with deteriorating living conditions. “This, coupled with violence, settlement expansion, demolitions of Palestinian property, and the persistent threat of further economic decline, are creating an explosive mix that could have serious security implications”, he added. He condemned all attacks on Palestinian and Israeli civilians and called on all sides to refrain from violence. read more


Brock prof Barry Wright named new CEO of 2021 Canada Games


Organizers of the 2021 Canada Games have reached into the academic ranks at Brock University to find their new Chief Executive Officer.Barry Wright, an associate professor who has also served as Interim Dean in Brock’s Goodman School of Business, will officially move into the CEO role on May 1.An announcement from Doug Hamilton, who is Chair of the 2021 Canada Games Host Society, said Wright will oversee a range of key organizational activities that include human resources, volunteer programming, finance, and sport and athlete services.Wright will take a secondment from his Brock duties in order to concentrate on the Games, which will take place in the Niagara region in the summer of 2021.As a scholar and researcher, Wright has focused on operational disciplines including leadership, planning and organizational performance. He has been a faculty member at Brock since 2003, was voted Professor of the Year by Business students in 2009, and has authored or co-authored multiple books, book chapters, peer-reviewed journal articles, conference submissions and other publications.Wright is the latest member of the Brock community to formally join the central organizing structure for the 2021 Games. University President Gervan Fearon sits on the 2021 Canada Games Board of Directors, as do Tom Arkell, who is Brock’s Special Advisor to the Vice-President, Administration, and Michelle-Elise Burnett and Mary De Sousa, who are members of the University’s Board of Trustees.“This is a wonderful opportunity that will bring all of Niagara together as we welcome athletes, parents and spectators from across Canada,” said Wright. “Hosting the Canada Games will be a special moment in the history of Niagara, and it is an honour to be invited to work alongside the other members of this group.”Hamilton said organizers are excited to have someone of Wright’s experience and qualities take on this key role.“Barry’s leadership and connection with the Niagara community will be invaluable to the success of the Games,” said Hamilton. “We thank Brock University for allowing Barry to join our team.”Greg Finn, the University’s Provost and Vice-President, Academic, applauded the appointment.“Barry has extensive administrative experience and expertise in sports management at senior levels,” said Finn. “We are very pleased to see him in this role in support of the 2021 Canada Summer Games event.”University President Fearon said Brock is committed to supporting its community partners as Niagara prepares for the national spotlight in 2021.“We look forward to working with the 2021 Canada Games Host Committee on building the facilities and supporting the Games that will leave a lasting legacy and foundation for years to come in Ontario and the Niagara region,” said Fearon. read more


Anne Hathaway apologises for that Yorkshire accent as she gets ready to


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. There’s a fine tradition of Hollywood’s finest playing British characters on stage and screen and – not to put too fine a point on it – mangling our regional accents in the process.Who can forget the sound of the Missouri-born Dick Van Dyke ‘gor blimeying’ his way through the Cockney chimney sweep Bert, in Disney’s 1964 favourite Mary Poppins.Or Josh Hartnett in Blow Dry, which this newspaper’s film critic described as trotting “happily from Newcastle to Oxbridge, Bristol to Belfast”.Now Anne Hathaway has stepped forward to admit she too has made something of a hash of our accents in the past, and it’s left her anxious about her latest attempt at playing a Brit.The star of The Devil Wears Prada and Ocean’s 8 is remembered fondly by aficionados of the genre for her demolition of a Yorkshire brogue in the 2011 romance One DaySo, eight years on, she is more than aware that the critics will have their pens sharpened for her appearance in the forthcoming comedy The Hustle, in which she stars as a con woman alongside Rebel Wilson.”I found out I had to do it a week before we started shooting. I thought if I didn’t do it, it wouldn’t make a difference, but the director insisted,” she said.”I’ve done it before and it hasn’t always gone well, and it is so stressful to see someone struggle through an accent, so I got a dialect coach and made the best of it.” For her part Wilson – whose attempt at a British accent in Bridesmaids was similarly mocked – has got off easy this time.”As the producer, I gave her all the accents and I was cast as Australian, so I did no prep,” she said.Van Dyke eventually also apologised for his Cockney accent, though not before blaming Julie Andrews, and the rest of the cast, for not taking him to one side to point out the deficiencies in his rhyming slang. He also claimed that his voice coach for Mary Poppins, who was Irish, “didn’t do an accent any better than I did”.In 2017,  when he was awarded BAFTA’s Britannia Award for Excellence in Television, he stated, tongue somewhat in cheek: “I appreciate this opportunity to apologize to the members of BAFTA for inflicting on them the most atrocious Cockney accent in the history of cinema.”It’s not all one way traffic of course. Michael Caine was widely derided for his attempt at a Texan accent in the panned 1994 drama One Deadly Ground.And Colin Firth’s own attempt at Texan did not go down well either, though perhaps it was just the contrast with his usual quintessentially English characters.Still, everyone’s a critic, as Hathaway can vouch.Despite winning an Oscar for her role in the musical film Les Miserables, her three-year-old son Jonathan is no fan of her singing either.“When I sing he puts his hand up and says, ‘Mama no! Mama no!” she told the BBC’s Graham Norton Show on Friday. “He is a very tough crowd.”To no parent’s surprise he appears to have relented when she sang a song from Peppa Pig.Following the release of One Day, Hathaway said that she learnt her Yorkshire accent watching re-runs of Emmerdale, describing it as “actually quite exotic for me”.Audiences will just have to wait and see what she’s been watching for inspiration this time. Hopefully not East Enders or Coronation St. Anne Hathaway during filming for the Graham Norton Show Anne Hathaway during filming for the Graham Norton ShowCredit:Isabel Infantes/PA read more


Sentencing looms for man found guilty of raping child


Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedEx-cop found guilty of raping 3-year-old in his careOctober 24, 2018In “Court”Block maker gets life for raping girl, 7September 6, 2018In “Court”Life imprisonment for ex-cop found guilty of raping 3-y-oNovember 8, 2018In “Court” Twenty five-year-old Rowland Sam was on Monday afternoon found guilty of raping a girl who was just seven years old at the time of act. He was charged with rape of a child under sixteen and he plead not-guilty when the State presented the indictment at the Sexual Offences Court last week.The prosecution’s case stated that he sexually penetrated the young child sometime in the month of January 2015 when Sam was 22 years old. The jury returned its 10-2 majority verdict after some deliberation but Sam had little reaction after the jury foreperson announced the decision. Presiding judge, Priya Sewnarine-Beharry delayed sentencing to September 5, 2018 after Sam’s attorney Clyde Forde requested a probation report be prepared for his client. State Counsels Lisa Cave and Orinthia Schmidt prosecuted the case after a few days of trial.  read more


Fox Still Wants to Believe The XFiles Gets an 11th Season


first_imgStay on target As long as there are mysteries left in the universe, we’ll watch Agents Mulder and Scully attempt to piece them together. Fox has ordered an 11th season of the the recently revived ’90s hit, The X-Files, Deadline reports. After last year’s six-episode event, another season was almost inevitable. Not only because it left off in a super weird, not entirely satisfying place, but because everyone involved wanted to make more. It took a ton of corporate deal-making, but it’s finally happening. The 11th season of The X-Files will premiere either late this year or early next.Fox president David Madden told Deadline “Chris [Carter’s] creativity along with the brilliant work of David [Duchovny] and Gillian [Anderson], continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon, and we can’t wait to see what fresh mysteries Mulder and Scully uncover in this next chapter of The X-Files.”The X-Files season 10 (Photo via FOX)Expectations are high after Mulder and Scully came back for last year’s Season 10 miniseries. Even though it had been years since we last saw the characters, it felt like they had never left. The sexual tension that enthralled ’90s audiences was still there, and the two actors somehow had more on-screen chemistry than ever before. The show was still that perfect combination of scary and silly that kept people coming back for nine seasons and a movie, to begin with. It even had a good old-fashioned monster-of-the-week episode, though it did seem odd for something like that to appear in a short miniseries. Thankfully, the 11th season will have a little bit more breathing room. It will consist of 10 episodes, rather than six.It’s only fitting that The X-Files keeps coming back. It’s never been particularly good at finales. When the show first ended back in 2002, it left a few plot threads open, and audiences still had unanswered questions. Its second movie, released in 2008, spent years in development hell and was ultimately a disappointment. As great as last year’s miniseries was, its ending was confusing and not terribly satisfying. Honestly, maybe that’s all for the best. If The X-Files keeps delivering strange, confusing cliffhanger finales, the series never has to end. 11 Best Sci-Fi TV Shows to Binge WatchThe X-Files heads to the Funko Universe in this One Shot Exclusive last_img read more


Columbian photographers shine in Associated Press Northwest photo contest


first_imgSEATTLE — Columbian photographer Alisha Jucevic and Photo Editor Amanda Cowan were among the winners of the 2018 Associated Press Northwest photo contest.Jucevic won the coveted Cowles Cup Award and first place in the non-metro multiple-picture category for her work on a story about a young boy working to overcome a genetic condition that kept him from walking, while Cowan took second place in the non-metro multiple-picture category for her photos with a story about a teenage drag queen.The Cowles trophy, awarded each year since 1952, is named for William Hutchison Cowles, former publisher of The Spokesman-Review. The Blackburn award is named for a photographer for The Columbian newspaper of Vancouver who was killed in the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens2018 Northwest AP Photo Contest WinnersReid Blackburn Memorial Award: 1, Colin Mulvany, The (Spokane) Spokesman-Review, “Eclipse Wedding.”Cowles Cup Award: 1, Alisha Jucevic, The (Vancouver) Columbian, “A Determined Stand.”Winners list in Metro:Metro Feature: 1, Colin Mulvany, The (Spokane) Spokesman-Review, “Eclipse Wedding”; 2, Alan Berner, The Seattle Times, 3, Alan Berner, The Seattle Times .Metro Sports: 1, Tyler Tjomsland, The (Spokane) Spokesman-Review, “Unexpected Hero”; 2, Colin Mulvany, The (Spokane) Spokesman-Review, “Ironman”; 3, Dan Pelle, The (Spokane) Spokesman-Review, “Armed and Dangerous.”Metro News: 1, Beth Nakamura, The (Portland) Oregonian, “Love Not Fear”; 2, Tyler Tjomsland, The (Spokane) Spokesman-Review, “Freeman Strong”; 3, Alan Berner, The Seattle Times.Metro Portrait: 1, Colin Mulvany, The (Spokane) Spokesman-Review, “Sunflowers and Sun”; 2, Kathy Plonka, The (Spokane) Spokesman-Review, “On the Spectrum”; 3, Alan Berner, The Seattle Times.Metro Multiple – Picture Story: 1, Beth Nakamura, The (Portland) Oregonian, “Prom Night”; 2, Alan Berner, The Seattle Times, “Atomic Bomb Survivor”; 3, Beth Nakamura, The (Portland) Oregonian, “Symbiosis Gathering.”Winners list in Non-Metro:Non-Metro Feature: 1, Noelle Haro-Gomez, Tri-City Herald, “Mom Hears Son’s Heart in Another Person’s Chest”; 2, Larry Steagall, (Bremerton) Kitsap Sun, “Yoga”; 3, Pete Caster, Lewiston Morning Journal, “Staking Out A Sunset.”Non-Metro Sports: 1, Pete Caster, Lewiston Morning Journal, “Shadow Fielder”; 2, Ryan Brennecke, The (Bend) Bulletin, “Dive Back”; 3, Pete Caster, Lewiston Morning Journal, “Hurdle Trip.”Non-Metro News: 1, Ryan Brennecke, The (Bend) Bulletin, “Milli Fire”; 2, Meegan M. Reid, (Bremerton) Kitsap Sun, “Awaiting Fire Crews”; 3, Ed Glazar, (Twins Falls) Times-News, “Cool Drink.”last_img read more


California bill would require companies to let you know if your passport


first_img Security Internet Hacking Privacy Share your voice Biometric data has also been stolen in data breaches. In the breach on the US Office of Personnel Management in 2015, which government officials said they attributed to Chinese espionage, hackers stole 5.6 million sets of fingerprints belonging to federal employees. That number climbed from OPM’s initial announcement that hackers stole 1.1 million fingerprints. Post a comment Marriott breach: What to do when hackers steal your passport numbercenter_img Getty Images If your passport number gets stolen by hackers, California Attorney General Anthony Becerra wants you to hear about it. He and state assembly member Marc Levine unveiled a bill Thursday that would require companies to inform customers when passport numbers and biometric data get caught up in a data breach.”Knowledge is power, and all Californians deserve the power to take action if their passport numbers or biometric data have been accessed without authorization,” Becerra said in a press release Thursday.The bill comes in response to the breach of a Marriott-owned reservation system, made public in December, which compromised the information of about 383 million guests at the company’s Starwood hotel chain. Hackers stole more than five million unencrypted passport numbers, as well as more than 20 million encrypted passport numbers. Marriott did notify customers if their passport numbers were stolen, Becerra noted, but it wasn’t required by law.Passport numbers are valuable to potential identity thieves because they provide one more point of data about potential victims. However, criminals would have to use the numbers in expensive and sophisticated forged passports to travel internationally with the information. Passports numbers can be changed by reporting a passport lost or stolen; the replacement passport will have a new number. So they stole your passport number… Tags 0last_img read more


Yupik Language Assistance Available For Early Voting In Bethel


first_imgEarly or absentee voting begins Monday, October 20th for those who want to cast their ballots before the General Elections on November 4th.Download AudioVoting officials say language assistance is available at the absentee voting location at the City Clerk’s office in Bethel. There are currently two Yup’ik proficient employees at the city office who are able to assist by explaining the ballots in Yup’ik.Another option for language assistance is for a voter to bring one person of their choice to translate the ballots and voting information for them.last_img


Google unveils innovative Screen cleaner feature that can wipeoff dirt on Android


first_img Close Ever since the advent of the smartphone, it has grown to become an extension of the body. In any city, you can’t find a person with a head down glued to the phone screen and they take everywhere and use it even in the loo. Did you know smartphone screen are said to be more than three times dirtier than a toilet seat; though it’s very hard to believe, it’s actually true. Now, American technology giant Google has good news at least for the Android mobile users, as it has launched a revolutionary Screen cleaner feature that keeps your phone squeaky clean.Google’s innovative Screen cleaner feature makes use of the advanced sensors on Android phones and smudge detector API to identify imperfections using geometric dirt models and haptic micromovement generator to dislodge dirt, smudge and other anomalies off the display, making the phone hygienic inside out. Google has launched screen cleaner feature for Android phonesGoogle/YouTube (screen-grab)The new Screen cleaner is now available on Files app and whenever you want to get rid of the dirt on the mobile display, just tap the ‘Activate’ button on the former. You can see the Screen cleaner in full action on Google’s YouTube channel.Sounds too good to be true, well, don’t fall for it, as this is an April Fool’s day prank pulled by Google on YouTube.Google’s new screen cleaner feature for Android phones.Google/YouTubeSnakes on Google MapsIn a related development, Google has introduced snake game on its popular Maps app on both the iOS and Android versions. Google has launched Snake game on its Maps appGoogle Blog (screen-shot)”Starting today, you can play a twist on the snake game in different locations across the world—including Cairo, London, San Francisco, São Paulo, Sydney and Tokyo–right from Google Maps. To start playing, simply open the Google Maps app, tap on the menu icon on the top left corner, then select “Play Snake” to get your daily dose of 90s nostalgia (boy bands, fanny packs and slap bracelets not included),” Google said in a statement.Like the classic snake game, your train will grow longer over time, as passengers hop in to from stations placed on international locations such as Big Ben, the Great Sphinx of Giza to the Eiffel Tower. This game will be available for the users to play on Google Maps for the rest of the week. 10 Crazy Facts About Googlecenter_img IBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos Play VideoPauseMute0:06/1:41Loaded: 0%0:06Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVE-1:35?Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window. COPY LINKAD Loading …last_img read more


Tamil Nadu SSLC results date announced heres how you can check your


first_imgAfter giving your details, click on ‘Get Result’You can download your results and take a printout of it (Representational Image)PixabayThe Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examination, TNDGE, has released the dates for the exam results. According to the notification, Tamil Nadu SSLC or class 10 results will be announced on April 29.The results are expected to come out in the morning since the class 12 results were also declared at 9.30 am on April 19. The class 11 examination results will be announced on May 8.Over 10 lakh students appeared for the class 10 examinations which were held between March 14 and March 29. Students are expected to have a minimum of 35 per cent in each subject to pass the examinations and go to the next class.You can check your results by following the steps given belowGo to the link tnresults.nic.in, dge1.tn.nic.in or dge2.tn.nic.in.Click on the option for the Tamil Nadu 10th Result 2019’ the link is not activated now. It will be valid after the results are declaredEnter your registration number and date of birthlast_img read more


UPDATE US Imposes Financial Sanctions On Venezuela Supreme Court


first_imgThe Trump administration is imposing sanctions on members of Venezuela’s Supreme Court following a series of rulings that the U.S. says has usurped power from the nation’s opposition-controlled congress and sparked a deadly wave of unrest. – / 12 The U.S. Department of Treasury announced Thursday it is freezing the assets of eight Venezuelan government officials on the Supreme Court in an effort to support the Venezuelan people “in their efforts to protect and advance democratic governance.”A ruling issued in late March that stripped Venezuela’s congress of its last powers was later reversed amid a storm of international criticism. But near-daily anti-government protests were triggered by the ruling and have continued across the country, with more than 40 people killed.The U.S. move marks the second round of sanctions Trump has imposed on high-level Venezuelan officials since taking office. Video Playerhttps://cdn.hpm.io/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/28151149/VZLA428_1.mp400:0000:0001:05Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Sharelast_img read more


Live News traffic and weather updates for North Staffordshire South Cheshire on


first_imgHello and welcome to StokeonTrentLive’s breaking news service bringing you all the latest updates from Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire on Monday, March, 25. Our team of reporters will be updating this live service with all the latest on the traffic and travel and weather updates – as well as news and entertainment through the day. We’ll be bringing you the very latest updates in our live news feed below. For the latest news and breaking news visit www.stokeontrentlive.co.uk Get all the big headlines, pictures, analysis, opinion and video on the stories that matter to you. Follow us on Twitter @SOTLive – the official Sentinel account – real news in real time. We’re also on Facebook – your must-see news, features, videos and pictures throughout Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire & South Cheshire. Want to tell us about something going on where you live? Let us know – Tweet us @SOTLive or message us on our Facebook page . And if you have pictures to share, tag us on Instagram at StokeonTrentLive . 16:56Police and paramedics called to three car smashEmergency services were called to Leek this afternoon following a three vehicle crash.The incident took place close to the town’s B&M store off the A53. West Midlands Ambulance Service say they were contacted by police at 3.15pm. A spokeswoman said: “One ambulance attended and three patients were described as ‘walking wounded’. They were assessed but did not require hospital treatment.”16:45Arrests made following attempted burglaryTwo men are being quizzed following an attempted burglary where armed offenders arrived in four trucks.Full story here.16:16Councillor quitsConservative councillor David Harrison has resigned his seat from Newcastle Borough Council. The local authority has confirmed there is now a ‘casual vacancy’ for a borough councillor to represent the Maer and Whitmore ward. An election will be held if two electors from within the borough council request for an election.15:48Curry night raises cash for veteransHundreds of pounds has been raised for veterans following a charity night at an Indian restaurant. Around 40 guests turned out for the fund-raiser at Cellarhead’s Mantra Indian restaurant where diners enjoyed a three-course meal. And the event, held on March 21, helped to raise £350 for the Royal British Legion. Owner Shivani Chadha: “This is the third time we have done a charity night. I love to do charity nights as we just feel it’s a good thing to do. “We are planning to do another for the Royal British Legion in August. We would like to thank everyone who supported the evening.” 15:39Slow traffic in FentonThere is ‘heavy’ traffic on both City Road and Victoria Road this afternoon.15:27Man, 18, charged with rapeOfficers investigating a ‘serious sexual assault’ in Crewe have confirmed a teenager has been charged and remanded in custody. Cheshire Police launched an investigation following the alleged incident in the town last month. On Saturday Joshua Cooper, aged 18, of Prunus Road, Crewe, appeared at Warrington Magistrates where he faced three counts of rape. He was remanded in custody and will next appear at Chester Crown Court on April 18. 13:24Longport trafficHeavy traffic on Brownhills Road / Davenport Street / Newcastle Street between A500 (Porthill Bank) and Tunstall.13:13Smallthorne clearedMoorland Road / Ford Green Road clear at A5272 High Lane (Smallthorne Roundabout). 12:55Advance traffic warning Advance Warning – Stoke City v Sheffield Wednesday – Championship football match at Bet365 Stadium. Kick off at 3pm. Expect extra traffic on the A50 and A500. On 30th March. 12:46Vehicle stranded12:46M6 Staffordshire updateM6 Southbound entry slip road from the Hanchurch Interchange clear, traffic returned to normal, accident cleared at J15 A500 D Road (Stoke-On-Trent). Note change of details. Originally reported as the exit slip road, updated location as of 12:40. 12:44National news: Brexit latestPrime Minister Theresa May has left Number 10 in a car with Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay after a special meeting of Cabinet.12:42M6 in Cheshire One lane closed due to accident on M6 Northbound from J16 A500 (Stoke-On-Trent / Crewe) to J17 A534 Old Mill Road (Sandbach / Crewe). Traffic is coping well. Lane one (of four) is closed.12:38Chell delaysA527 Biddulph Road coming from Brindley Ford Southbound busy but moving at A5272 High Lane roundabout.12:37M6 Staffordshire M6 Southbound exit slip road partially blocked, heavy traffic due to accident at J15 A500 D Road (Stoke-On-Trent).12:06National: Brexit latest Ministers declined to respond to any questions from reporters when leaving Downing Street. 12:05Rail delaysPossible delays on Transport for Wales due to trespass incident at Cwmbran. 11:51Four minute delays in Bucknall Queuing traffic on A52 Werrington Road Westbound before A52 Leek Road (Lime Kiln Traffic Lights). Travel time is four minutes. 11:51Air travel disruptionPossible disruption for flights between the UK and Germany and maybe some delays to flights over German air space due to an air traffic control technical issue in Frankfurt. Passengers should check the status of their flight with their airline. 11:43M6 update11:37Travel giant Thomas Cook to close 21 stores axing 320 jobsThomas Cook apologised to the holidaymaker. Travel giant Thomas Cook has announced it plans to axe 21 stores – putting 320 jobs at risk.The firm, which has 10 stores in Staffordshire and Cheshire, says it wants to ‘streamline’ its UK retail network as it tries to battle against the changing shopping habits of its customers.The company currently has retail shops in Hanley, Newcastle, Longton, Stafford, Crewe, Congleton, Talke and Alsager, but none are considered at risk.Read more.11:03M6 broken down lorrySlow traffic due to earlier broken down lorry on M6 Southbound from J14 A34 (Stafford North) to J13 A449 (Stafford South). All lanes have been re-opened. Lane one (of three) was closed.11:03M6 broken down vehicleOne lane closed due to broken down vehicle on M6 Northbound from J18 A54 Middlewich Road (Middlewich / Holmes Chapel) to J19 A556 (Knutsford). Traffic is coping well. Lane one (of four) is closed.09:50M6 StaffordshireOne lane closed due to broken down vehicle on M6 Southbound from J15 A500 D Road (Stoke-On-Trent) to J14 A34 (Stafford North). Traffic is coping well. Lane one (of three) is closed.09:23Brexit latestHousing Secretary James Brokenshire, Business Secretary Greg Clark, Cabinet Minister Brandon Lewis, and International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt have arrived at Downing Street ahead of a Cabinet meeting. International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said “Good morning” to reporters as he walked through the door of Number 10 at the same time as Larry the cat.09:19Four minute delays in Smallthorne Usual congestion on A5272 Hanley Road / High Lane around Moorland Road (Small Thorne Roundabouts). Travel time is four minutes. 09:18Bucknall Road inbound Heavy traffic on Bucknall Road inbound from A52 Leek Road (Lime Kiln Traffic Lights) to Hanley Town centre.09:14Burslem accident Reports of accident on Chell Heath Road at Harlequin Drive. Traffic is coping well. 08:48A34 Trent ValeUsual congestion on A34 Newcastle Road between Springfield Retail Park and A500 D Road (Hanford Interchange).08:48A50 westboundQueuing traffic on A50 Westbound from A521 (Tesco Roundabout / Caverswall / Meir Park, Blythe Bridge) to A500 D Road (Stoke-On-Trent).last_img read more


Musical Training Creates New Brain Connections in Children


first_img News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more November 21, 2016 — Taking music lessons increases brain fiber connections in children and may be useful in treating autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a new study. The data will be presented at the 2016 annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Nov. 27-Dec. 1 in Chicago.”It’s been known that musical instruction benefits children with these disorders,” said Pilar Dies-Suarez, M.D., chief radiologist at the Hospital Infantil de México Federico Gómez in Mexico City, “but this study has given us a better understanding of exactly how the brain changes and where these new fiber connections are occurring.”The researchers studied 23 healthy children between the ages of five and six years old. All of the children were right handed and had no history of sensory, perception or neurological disorders. None of the children had been trained in any artistic discipline in the past.The study participants underwent pre- and post-musical-training evaluation with diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) of the brain. DTI is an advanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technique, which identifies microstructural changes in the brain’s white matter.”Experiencing music at an early age can contribute to better brain development, optimizing the creation and establishment of neural networks, and stimulating the existing brain tracts,” Dies-Suarez said.The brain’s white matter is composed of millions of nerve fibers called axons that act like communication cables connecting various regions of the brain. Diffusion tensor imaging produces a measurement, called fractional anisotropy (FA), of the movement of extracellular water molecules along axons. In healthy white matter, the direction of extracellular water molecules is fairly uniform and measures high in fractional anisotropy. When water movement is more random, FA values decrease, suggesting abnormalities.Over the course of life, the maturation of brain tracts and connections between motor, auditory and other areas allow the development of numerous cognitive abilities, including musical skills. Previous studies have linked autism spectrum and ADHD with decreases in volume, fiber connections and FA in the minor and lower forceps, tracts located in the frontal cortex of the brain. This suggests that low connectivity in the frontal cortex, an area of the brain involved in complex cognitive processes, is a biomarker of these disorders.After the children in the study completed nine months of musical instruction using Boomwhackers — percussion tubes cut to the exact length to create pitches in a diatonic scale — DTI results showed an increase in FA and axon fiber length in different areas of the brain, most notably in the minor forceps.”When a child receives musical instruction, their brains are asked to complete certain tasks,” Dies-Suarez said. “These tasks involve hearing, motor, cognition, emotion and social skills, which seem to activate these different brain areas. These results may have occurred because of the need to create more connections between the two hemispheres of the brain.”The researchers believe that the results of this study could aid in creating targeted strategies for intervention in treating disorders like autism and ADHD.Co-authors on this study were Silvia Hidalgo-Tobon, Ph.D., Benito De Celis Alonso, Ph.D., Coral Guerrero, and Eduardo Castro Sierra, M.D.For more information: www.rsna.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 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 Related Content News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more Image courtesy of UTHealth McGovern Medical School News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | November 21, 2016 Musical Training Creates New Brain Connections in Children MRI evaluation following nine months of musical instruction reveals increased health of axons, indicating increased connectivity within the brain Image courtesy of Imago Systems 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 center_img News | Stroke | August 16, 2019 Mobile Stroke Unit Gets Patients Quicker Treatment Than Traditional Ambulance Every second counts for stroke patients, as studies show they can lose up to 27 million brain cells per minute…. read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more 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 Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. Technology | Neuro Imaging | August 07, 2019 Synaptive Medical Launches Modus Plan With Automated Tractography Segmentation Synaptive Medical announced the U.S. launch and availability of Modus Plan featuring BrightMatter AutoSeg. This release… read more last_img read more


Group Rwandan military aiding Congo fugitive


first_img Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Comments   Share   Ntaganda’s whereabouts are unknown, though Human Rights Watch said witnesses report spotting him meeting with a Rwandan military officer inside Rwanda. Ntaganda is on a U.N. Security Council sanctions list, which should bar him from travel outside Congo.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Check your body, save your life 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean Eastern Congo has been engulfed in fighting since the 1994 Rwanda genocide, in which at least 500,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were slaughtered by Hutu militias before a Tutsi-led rebel army took power in Rwanda.More than 1 million Rwandan Hutus fled across the border into Congo, and Rwanda has invaded Congo to take action against Hutu militias there.Ntaganda, who is a Tutsi, was once a feared warlord until he joined the Congolese army in 2009 as a general following a peace deal that paved the way for him and his men to be integrated into the military.He was allowed to live freely in the provincial capital of Goma, where he played tennis and dined at top restaurants despite an International Criminal Court indictment for war crimes allegedly committed by troops under his command, including the forced recruitment of children.In April, however, the agreement between the former warlord and the Congolese government disintegrated, and he and his troops defected.The Congolese government has said that it believes Ntaganda to be the force behind a new rebel group known as M23. However, the group has said that theirs is a separate rebellion and Ntaganda is not with them, a claim that is countered by some who defected and later spoke to Human Rights Watch investigators. Top Stories center_img More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Human Rights Watch said Monday it also had evidence that Ntaganda and his supporters were evading capture with the help of the Rwandan military. The renegade general is believed to have been born in Rwanda and has close ties there.The New York-based group said Rwandan military officials had given Ntaganda’s fighters machine guns and grenades, breaking a U.N. embargo. The group also said Rwandan army officials had provided up to 300 fighters, some of whom had been forcibly recruited.“Arming Ntaganda enables further grave abuses by a man already wanted for war crimes,” said Anneke Van Woudenberg, senior Africa researcher at Human Rights Watch. “The Rwandan government should investigate the serious allegations of support for Ntaganda by its military officials and help the Congolese government arrest and transfer him to the ICC.”The Rwandan government has denied any involvement in the rebellion that has further destabilized a region long in turmoil.Last week, Rwanda’s Foreign Minister Louise Mushikiwabo dismissed claims that Rwandans recruited and trained for the Rwandan army have been transferred to eastern Congo to fight for the rebels, as “categorically false and dangerous.” Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Associated PressDAKAR, Senegal (AP) – Rwanda’s military is providing weapons and refuge to an ex-warlord indicted for war crimes and whose fighters have launched a new rebellion in neighboring eastern Congo, an international human rights group said Monday.The International Criminal Court has sought the arrest of Bosco Ntaganda for years, though Congo’s government had allowed him to operate freely as a general in its army, only recently vowing to capture him. How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation Sponsored Stories last_img read more


Laiki administrator defends sale of assets


first_imgLaiki bank’s main assets will be sold by the end of the year, MPs heard on Wednesday, as concerns were raised over a recent sale of shares in the Bank of Cyprus (BoC).Resolution authority official Michalis Stylianou said the current value of the bank’s assets was estimated at €300m, compared with €600m in March 2013 when it was decided to shutter the lender, the island’s second biggest, as part of Cyprus’ bailout.The biggest drop, according to Stylianou, concerned the investment in BoC shares by €250m, to €130m.Earlier this month, the authority sold half its BoC shares – €21.5m – or 4.8 per cent stake, at a price of €3.05 each, fetching some €62.5m.The resolution authority defended its action, arguing that it acted on the advice of the investment banks appointed by the administrator for this purpose.Members of the House ethics committee heard that the price was good, according to the consultants.Special administrator Kleovoulos Alexandrou said when he took over there had already been an agreement with HSBC and Deutsche Bank for guidance on selling 9.6 per cent of the BoC stake.The consultants were clear that the best time was immediately after the BoC share floated on the London stock exchange in January and publication of its financial results the following month.Alexandrou said experts had congratulated them on the sale but regretfully he has also received threating phone calls.He said they sold half the shares to disperse the risk. The rest of the shares will be sold later, he said.Regarding the rest of the assets, Alexandrou said they expected the sale of the Ukrainian subsidiary to be completed by the end of June, pending the approval of the country’s central bank.A deal to sell the Romanian subsidiary to the Bank of Beirut did not go through because it was not sanctioned by Lebanon’s banking supervisor.A second effort was underway and there were five interested parties, MPs heard.In the next few days they expected to issue invitations of interest for the acquisition of Investment Bank of Greece.Of the subsidiary in Malta, Alexandrou said five investors were interested and the deal was expected to close by July.The association of the lender’s depositors who lost everything over €100,000, said they were against the sale of the Malta subsidiary, IBG, and the BoC shares.Chairman Adonis Papaconstantinou said it appeared the administrators were selling assets that were easy to sell instead of the problematic ones.“We haven’t been convinced about the adequacy of the actions of the resolution authority,” he said. You May LikeClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoAuthorities release five of 12 Israeli rape suspects, seven due in court FridayUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more


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