first_imgVANCOUVER — The BC Centre on Substance Use is proposing a policy to sell legally regulated heroin as part of an urgent response to reduce opioid overdose deaths from a toxic drug supply that is profiting organized crime groups.It is recommending the use of so-called heroin compassion clubs and buyers clubs, similar to those that emerged in the 1980s and 90s to allow access to medical cannabis in response to the AIDS epidemic.“Then as now, compassion clubs functioned to provide a safe place for people to access medical cannabis and connect with a range of health services, while buyers clubs procured life-saving treatment for people living with HIV and AIDS when government inaction limited access to these medicines,” a report from the centre says. It also highlights independent reports that say organized crime groups have used Vancouver-area casinos to launder billions of dollars in cash from their proceeds of crime, including fentanyl trafficking, which Attorney General David Eby has said is troubling.Dr. Evan Wood, executive director of the centre, said an innovative approach to the overdose crisis is needed during a public health emergency declared in British Columbia nearly three years ago and to wage “economic war” on organized criminals benefiting from drug prohibition.The compassion clubs would involve a co-operative model through which powdered heroin would be restricted to members who have been assessed by a health-care provider as having an opioid addiction, provided education about not using alone and connected to treatment as part of a program involving rigorous evaluation, Wood said.“One of the big benefits of this model is that there’s just a massive chasm between where people buy their drugs and public health and treatment services and that’s the gap that so far in the opioid response has been very, very difficult to bridge with people using at home alone and dying of fentanyl overdoses.”The BC Coroners Service has said nearly 3,000 people fatally overdosed in the province in 2017 and 2018 alone, with illicit fentanyl detected in 85 per cent of the deaths last year.The heroin compassion-club model would require the approval of Health Canada, which could either provide an exemption to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act for research or public health reasons or through another regulation that has allowed B.C. to import injectable pharmaceutical-grade heroin from Switzerland.That heroin has been in use since 2014 for a limited number of drug users being treated at the Crosstown Clinic in Vancouver.Wood said the idea for the compassion clubs came from a small group of people who banded together to buy heroin from dealers and test it to determine if it had been contaminated with fentanyl.“I’ve seen and talked to these individuals,” he said. “I’ve had a patient who had a transformative experience with using heroin instead of fentanyl and so it’s led us to sit around a room and say, ‘OK, maybe we need to have this conversation on regulating the heroin market.’ “Providing users with a regulated and legal supply of heroin would also ensure they get other supports including public health experts, treatment and pharmacy services, Wood said.Dean Wilson, a former heroin addict and peer-support worker for the BC Centre on Substance Use, said he started using heroin at age 13.“Not a day goes by that I don’t wish I hadn’t touched the stuff,” said Wilson, who’s been on treatment using the opioid methadone for over a decade.Wilson, 63, an author of the centre’s report, said he sold drugs and spent time in jail, including for property crimes, to feed his drug habit.A gram of heroin on the street costs between $140 to $200 and can last a couple of days, versus about $3.80 that users would pay for powdered heroin imported from Switzerland, he said.“That’s the thing people don’t realize, that if you had the same gram of heroin from the street you’re looking at about $6,000 a month. But everybody has to steal or generate almost $50,000 of stolen property to get that $6,000.”Erica Thomson, a peer support worker for Fraser Health who also contributed to the report, said she began using heroin at age 15 while growing up as a national competitive swimmer.She went through several treatment programs but repeatedly relapsed before starting her recovery eight years ago.“I think this is another way that we’re starting to stay alive because we’re not getting anything practical that reflects our realities available to us,” she said.Thomson said drug users don’t want to navigate organized crime groups to find a safe supply of heroin that compassion clubs would provide.“You can upscale addiction treatment all you want but addiction treatment isn’t the answer to a poisoned, unregulated, illicit drug market. Right now it’s really about stopping the bleed.”— Follow @CamilleBains1 on Twitter. Camille Bains, The Canadian Presslast_img read more


Rabat – The prosecutor’s office in Marrakech has charged a snake charmer from Jemaa El Fna Square for fraud and breach and trust.The charge comes from the unnamed snake charmer attempting to charge a tourist €40 (MAD 450) for one photo with a snake around his neck. Feeling pressured to pay the fee, the tourist gave in before lodging a complaint with Marrakech’s tourist police.Police officers then immediately headed to the scene to arrest the alleged fraudster. Upon searching the snake charmer, they found the €40 taken from the tourist and then referred him to the prosecutor’s office. Tourists visiting Marrakech’s ancient Jemaa El Fna Square often complain of pushy snake charmers, who try to charge those who don’t know better exorbitant fees for photos. “Please beware of the snake charmers, we got sucked in and after 6 or 7 photos received a demand for MAD 300. I let my guard down this once and learned my lesson!” One travel forum user said.“Do not make eye contact with any performers in the square! They are mental!” Another comment read. “During our first hour in Marrakech, my husband stopped to look at the snakes, one ended up around my neck. Then they hassled us for a tip, even though they forced the snake around my neck.”“We had no dirhams on us as we only just arrived. They insisted we had to tip them for good luck, and wouldn’t leave us alone. I gave them £1 and still, he was not satisfied said he wanted paper English money,” the traveler complained.“I am not impressed with the tipping/begging culture going on. We are not made of money just because we are from the UK.”As well as discouraging tourists, the practice is also cruel to snakes. The snakes often have their fangs removed to prevent their natural instinct to bite, or even worse, sewn shut, according to animal rights group PETA.While the snake charming might seem magical, the “dance” these snakes perform is actually a reactive sway out of fear for the snake charmer’s movements—as a means of self-defense from “attack” from the pipe. Some countries, such as India, have taken action to ban the practice completely.Read also: Morocco Launches National Campaign Against Snake and Scorpion Bites read more


TORONTO — Many Millennials may not be living in their parents’ basements after all.[np_storybar title=”‘Are you leaving me all of your money?’: How to talk about estate planning with your parents” link=”https://business.financialpost.com/2014/05/15/how-to-talk-about-estate-planning-with-your-parents/”%5DBringing up the subject of estate planning with your loved ones is not easy. Financial Post’s Melissa Leong called her own parents to ask about it [/np_storybar]A new report by BMO Economics suggests that young Canadians, specifically those between 25 and 34 years old, are on average richer than their parents were at that age.Using Statistics Canada data and other metrics, the study found that Millennials today have more money than the generation preceding them at the same age.Millennials had a median income of $34,700 in 2011, compared with $33,900 (when adjusted for inflation) among those in the same age bracket 30 years ago, says the report.“This means Millennials can buy about 2% more goods and services than their parents could in the mid-1980s,” writes BMO senior economist Sal Guatieri. “That doesn’t sound like much, but the difference adds up over time.”The report suggests young families are also wealthier than their parents were. It said the median net worth of households headed by someone aged 25 to 34 years was $52,000 in 2012, almost double the inflation-adjusted median net worth of $28,752 of a comparable household in 1984.However, although they may be richer, Millennials also have more debt than their parents at the same age.BMO says 84.4% of households headed by young people owe some form of debt, compared with 82% of the same households in 1984. The number of Millennial homeowners who have a mortgage, at 85.6%, is also higher than those in the same age group, at 79.2%, in 1984.“Though saddled with more debt and costlier homes, young people tend to be wealthier, have a little more spending power and enjoy better job opportunities than three decades ago,” wrote Guatieri.The report noted that one area that has worsened in the last 30 years has been the rising cost of housing, which has been attributed to bigger mortgages and more debt.“Although earning slightly more than their parents did in the 1980s, Millennials need to pay more to get their foot in the housing door,” he said, adding that the average house price in 2011 was ten times the median salary of a young family. In 1984, this ratio was only about five times.“While many Baby Boomers prospered financially in the past 30 years, one could say that their children are starting new careers and families on an equal, if not firmer, footing in most regions,” concluded Guatieri.A number of reports have suggested that the wealth of Millennials has been negatively impacted by a variety of factors, including higher rates of unemployment and higher tuition rates.The Canadian Press read more


But the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO) warned against trying to predict any possible impact at this early stage from the phenomenon, which is caused in part by a warming of the waters of the tropical Pacific and its effect on the trade winds.“Climate patterns across the equatorial Pacific over the last one to two months have developed a notable tendency toward El Niño conditions,” WMO said in its update bulletin, although it cautioned that at this stage there is a small possibility that it might not materialize.“However, it may be noted that El Niño conditions, once established at this time of the year, almost always persist until early the following year,” WMO added.It called for additional caution, in view of the evolving situation, in forecasting the impact in those regions typically affected by El Niño, with the situation expected to become clearer in the next month or two. It noted that although sea-surface temperatures (SSTs) are not yet at uniformly warm levels typical of El Niño across the whole central and eastern equatorial Pacific, conditions in the eastern equatorial Pacific close to the South American coast became warm toward the end of July.During August, oceanic and atmospheric patterns in the central and western equatorial Pacific also began to resemble conditions typical of an early stage of El Niño. In the central equatorial Pacific, SSTs became more than one degree Celsius warmer than normal, while at the same time there was a weakening of the trade winds.It is very likely that sea-surface temperatures in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific will in general be warmer than normal through the remainder of the year and into early 2007, the bulletin said.“The development of a basin-wide El Niño event is considered likely based on expert interpretation of the prevailing situation and the general consistency of forecast models,” it added. read more


Adults posing as young people are using chat apps and social networks to befriend children with the goal of sexually exploiting them – a concept known as grooming – but such abuse can be limited by educating children and their caregivers about the threats online, said Neil Walsh, the head of the global cybercrime programme at the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). “You don’t give out your real name, you don’t give out your date of birth, you don’t give out where you live, who you go to school with,” Mr. Walsh advises in the podcast. “If you have your own social media, maybe your own Facebook, maybe your own Twitter, proactively, objectively, have a look at what information are you giving out there. Is your photo on the profile? Is your location? Is your date of birth? Do you have pictures of your family? Of your friends? Of your kids? If there is someone who wanted to do anything against you, what could they learn about you by looking at that profile?” Mr. Walsh, a former police officer who has fought paedophilia for decades, said criminals are increasingly using newer technologies to evade police, so children need to be empowered to understand the risks. “Cybercrime, cyber-enabled crime, but especially online child abuse, it’s one of the most preventable bits of crime, if we do it properly,” he said. “It’s about education. It’s about understanding what that risk is and being conscious in our decisions.” In the video below, Mr. Walsh gives advice to caregivers on what they can do to keep children online safe.VIDEO: Neil Walsh, the head of global cybercrime for the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), gives tips for keeping children safe online.A paedophile – before he or she is detected and arrested – is active an average of 13 years, Mr. Walsh said, citing figures from the United States Department of Justice. When arrested, an average offender is in the process of grooming or abusing up to 70 children. Sonya Ryan, whose 15-year-old daughter was killed by a man who groomed her for 18 months, said parents need to know what their children are doing online and understand the media they are using. “Connection, communication and discussion,” she said in the podcast. “And being up to date with what kids are doing, who they’re talking to, and getting the kids to understand that what motivates this is love and care for them, it’s never about being nosey. It’s getting them to understand that not everyone online is who they say they are.” Since her murder in 2007, Ms. Ryan set up The Carly Ryan Foundation in her daughter’s name, and pushed through a new law in Australia that makes it a crime for people, like the killer, to use the internet to prepare to hurt a child. Passing tough legislation is part of what Mr. Walsh does, along with a team of colleagues spanning the globe. As one of the UN agencies working to protect children from online abuse, UNODC is putting in place education systems in schools, and helping governments to build up national efforts to fight these crimes. “[There are] governments who say, this doesn’t exist for us. This doesn’t happen in our communities. This doesn’t happen in our country,” Mr. Walsh said. “Our role is to help governments understand that that risk is there and to help them carefully, diplomatically to grow their ability to address this threat. Because this threat exists in every country.” We have seen where images, where written material child abusers use is hosted. It happens in every country. And if a specific country says this doesn’t happen here, actually you create a jurisdiction of risk where if I was a child abuser, I would think about where I would want to host my material. Well let’s do it in the country where there’s no law. Let’s do it where there’s no policy, where the government says this doesn’t exist because maybe culturally or politically, it’s uncomfortable.” The full interview with Mr. Walsh and Ms. Ryan is available on soundcloud. read more


2.) Andrew from Sarasota Springs, Florida, suggests:The bottom three teams would be relegated to English League 2 Football where they would have to play a year of soccer in towns like Accrington and Morecambe. Upon their return from a year in the (lovely) English wilderness, they would be guaranteed picks 1-3 based on their finishing order in League 2.Pros: hilarity of seeing NBA players play soccer; more media attention for League 2 matches; arguably players would gain new forms of fitness and stamina; Carmelo Anthony adopting an affected English accent; more demand for Brazilian players in trades.Cons: may stunt development of early career players; Maroon 5, Keith Urban, and Billy Joel would each need to play approximately 75 more stadium shows a year to make up lost revenue. Andrew has thought it all through perfectly. That’s the only con I can think of, too. Seeing Daryl Morey on a trampoline would be pretty fun. By Jody Avirgan If you’re a fan of our podcasts, be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts and leave a rating/review. That helps spread the word to other listeners. And get in touch by email, on Twitter or in the comments. Tell us what you think, send us hot takes to discuss and tell us why we’re wrong. More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed 4.) Bruce from Maryland suggests:The first 10 picks are assigned by placement in an essay contest for basketball fans in ~4th grade to ~8th grade. 500 words or less on an appropriate subject (not necessarily sports related) that would be announced at the All-Star break. All teams eligible, regardless of standings. The rest of the picks are in the order of finish from worst to first.The kids send their essay to a judging panel along with which team they would like to have the draft pick if they win (so no team gets more than one of the picks). The chosen 10 kids are invited to the draft order revealing show that replaces the lottery show, and they all have envelopes revealing their favorite team (not necessarily by geography). They are all called up in reverse order of finish, which they do not know at the time, and reveal the team they chose.I’m still unsure whether this is an earnest proposal or not. I choose to believe that it is. This would be wonderful. For the last 10 days, our sports podcast, “Hot Takedown,” has been running a crowdsourcing project, soliciting ideas for ways to change the NBA draft and prevent teams from deliberately tanking their seasons in pursuit of better picks. Almost 7,000 people have submitted their ideas thus far, and I am slowly working my way through them. It’s pretty intense.We’ll announce our winner on next week’s podcast — a winner chosen from among the many very serious and thoughtful proposals. This is not an article about those. This is an article about our six favorite weird ideas.The proposals, in reverse order of how much we like them: 6.) Aaron from Spokane, Washington, suggests:To fix the tanking problem, I propose a system where the GM of every NBA team participates in a round-robin HORSE tournament. The GM with the most wins gets the first selection in the draft, followed by the GM with the second most wins, and so on. If more than one GM finishes the tournament with the same score, the tie will be broken by a trampoline dunk contest judged by Magic Johnson and Larry Bird.Pros:Removing the teams’ regular season performances from the equation eliminates tanking.GMs would have an incentive to become ballers. Also, there would be a great incentive for former players to become GMs.Whoever picked up the TV rights to this event would enjoy a ratings bonanza. Cons:Larry Bird and Magic Johnson might be busy. Embed Code 1.) Bob in New Orleans, Louisiana, suggests:Each team is required to bring a fish to the lottery ceremony. Each one has to be a different species (salmon, tuna, etc), and release it into a pool. Then, Adam Silver will ride a bear into the pool, and the fish that the bear eats first wins the lottery. If the bear eats Adam Silver, then it goes by worst-record first.I would watch what should be called The Tank Tank in an instant. It’s simple, it’s elegant, it has a hint of danger. Bob doesn’t even mention that some bears would be ravenous, having recently emerged from hibernation. But has he really considered all the implications? What kind of bear? Who gets what fish? Do teams get to select or is it randomly assigned? If Silver is riding a grizzly, the team with the river salmon would have a much better chance of winning. But if your team is represented by an Arctic char or fourhorn sculpin, everyone knows you’ll want Silver to be riding a polar bear.Keep listening to “Hot Takedown” for updates, and next week we will announce our (real) winner! 3.) Adam from Madison, Wisconsin, suggests:If you miss the playoffs 10 years in a row your team moves to Seattle. 76ers fans would definitely start getting nervous after about year 5. Forces teams to attempt to be good or at least plan on being good quickly. Oh, man, I hope Seattle gets a team back sooner than this. But I like the idea of fans in the Emerald City actively rooting for a random team to be awful. 5.) Dave from Toledo, Ohio, suggests: Get rid of the draft. Actually, get rid of the NBA. Boom. No more tanking.It’s been right in front of us this whole time! read more


first_imgSciDev has added mineral sands to its growing list of OptiFlox® industry users after an Australia operation signed up for a multi-month commercial trial.The system will be installed at the tailings thickener at the operation in the December quarter, according to SciDev.This is the second multi-month trial the company has received in the past few months. In July, Peabody Energy signed up for a six-month test to improve water efficiency, productivity and operating costs at the tailings thickener section of the North Goonyella coking coal mine in Queensland, Australia.SciDev said the award of the mineral sands trial followed extensive on-site technical evaluations by the company’s personnel.The trial aims to optimise water recovery, consumable usage, reduce operational engagement and provide operational insights from the generation and analysis of process data, SciDev said, adding that a successful trial “may result in a long-term contract”.The OptiFlox range of polymers is specifically tailored for the treatment of process water and wastewater in mining and minerals. It aims to recover valuable mineral resources more efficiently, while minimising losses in productivity and revenue caused by inadequate wastewater clarification in tailings thickeners.This is the fifth OptiFlox installation in Australia across four industries: thermal coal extraction, dairy manufacturing, coking coal extraction and mineral sands production.last_img read more


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first_img 8. Which of these footballers was not nominated for TG4 Player’s Player of the Year? INPHO 34 You scored out of ! Answer all the questions to see your result! PA Bríd Stack (Cork) Friday 21 Oct 2016, 5:00 PM 1. Dundalk may have been beaten by Zenit on Thursday, but who scored their opening goal? Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Daryl Horgan Share your result: Share4 Tweet Email Las Vegas 2. St Vincent’s beat which side to reach the semi-finals of the Dublin SFC on Thursday night? Legal Reasons 2-1 Ballymun Kickhams Share your result: Kilmacud Crokes Missed flight Share PA Tweet INPHO PA Peyton Manning 13 Comments 7. Manchester United beat Fenerbahçe in the Europa League on Thursday, but what was the final score? Boston Bears lose QB to broken arm before Rodgers rolls them overHe has let us down’ – organisers react to Armstrong’s withdrawal from Dublin conference Chicago Sinéad Aherne (Dublin) INPHO Silver 4-0 Blackrock 4-1 3. Tomás O’Leary was called up as a medical joker by Montpellier for the Champions Cup this week. How many Ireland caps has he won? Steven Donnelly http://the42.ie/3038467 5. Lance Armstrong pulled out of a high-profile conference in Dublin this week citing what reason? Tweet Saddle sores Paddy Barnes PA 4. The Oakland Raiders moved a step closer to moving cities this week, but to where? Raheny Highfield You scored out of ! Lucan Sarsfieldscenter_img INPHO Briege Corkery (Cork) Share The questions just didn’t suit you this time. Maybe try again next week. PA Know Your Sport? Take our weekly quiz How closely were you paying attention to the sports headlines this week? David Joyce Brendan Irvine Noelle Healy (Dublin) 6. After 5 rounds of the Women’s All-Ireland League, which team leads the way? 9. Which Irish fighter announced this week that he would be fighting at Madison Square Garden on St Patrick’s Day next year? 10. The New York Giants are playing in London this weekend. What is the name of the two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback? Wooden Spoon Brady Quinn INPHO Tweet David McMillan Galwegians LA Robbie Benson Gold UL Bohemians 24 Share Tom Brady Ciarán Kilduff You scored out of ! Prior commitments Not too bad at all. If you’d paid a little more attention you could have won the gold. Short URL Bronze Oct 21st 2016, 5:00 PM 14 Share Tweet INPHO Top of the pile, you really were paying attention this week. PA 22,926 Views PA You scored out of ! INPHO Well now. There’s not much we can say about that. Do you even like sport? Share your result: By Steve O’Rourke Eli Manning 4 Share your result: 2-0last_img read more


first_imgAfter weeks of negotiation, a ‘final’ pay deal has been offered to ASTI teachers There has been some movement on supervision and substitution and Junior Cert cycle reform. Share114 Tweet Email1 61 Comments Nov 30th 2016, 5:40 PM Wednesday 30 Nov 2016, 5:40 PM Image: RollingNews.ie http://jrnl.ie/3111989 Image: RollingNews.ie ‘LANSDOWNE ROAD IS the only show in town’ is the message the government wants to send, and the latest teacher’s pay deal says that loud and clear.The new deal, published this evening on the ASTI’s website, gives the outcome of three weeks of grueling talks between the teachers’ union and government officials.It shows that there has been a slight compromise on the supervision and substitution dispute – which says that teachers who have been working for over 15 years can opt out of that duty.This centred around duties (such as supervision of students during lunch breaks) which was to be done without pay for a specific length of time, but no pay was offered to teachers after that period ended. Teachers of the ASTI then withdrew from this activity as they see it as separate from their role as an educator.Other changes from the current Lansdowne Road pay deal include a compromise on Junior Cert reform, but largely, the deal remains the same before teachers went on strike for one day this month.There has been no change in equal pay for younger teachers, which was the issue that teachers went on strike over.The deal also outlines that this is the final offer the Government will offer the ASTI – which is one of three teachers’ unions, and the only one not to sign up to the Lansdowne Road agreement.The standing committee are considering these documents and whether to bring them to the union’s executive committee.More to followRead: After late night talks, a possible breakthrough at the ASTI teacher disputeRead: How do wages of gardaí, nurses and teachers measure up to six years ago? Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 14,195 Views Short URL By Gráinne Ní Aodhalast_img read more


first_img Review: ‘Daemon X Machina’ Has Big Robots, Small Fun on Nintendo SwitchThis Robot Is Equal Parts Lawnmower and Snow Blower The man behind two of the most unlikely horror hits of 2016–Ouija: Origin of Evil and Hush–has been tasked with making Inherit the Earth, a movie about robots during the zombie apocalypse.Mike Flanagan will be writing and directing a new version of Inherit the Earth, reconceiving the whole project.Inherit the Earth has a complicated development history. It’s based on the 2006 comic Zombies Vs. Robots, published by IDW, but only loosely. The movie will be about a robot who has to protect a young girl during a zombie apocalypse. This is what the comic is about at its most simplified, although there’s also Amazons, time travel, and minotaurs that probably won’t make it into the film.The film has been in the works since 2011 when Michael Bay’s production company Platinum Dunes picked up the rights. Last we heard of it, Andrew Adamson, director, and producer on many of the Shrek films, had been slated to direct, but he left the project nine months ago.Currently, Platinum Dunes is still attached to the project. Flanagan previously worked with the company on the Ouija prequel, which turned out to be a solid title based on a previously mediocre horror movie. It’s currently made $81 million worldwide on a $9 million budget. Hush was released on Netflix, so it’s impossible to say how well it did (the streaming service doesn’t release viewing data), but it currently has a 100 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.Flanagan also wrote and directed the 2013 horror film Oculus, which is way better than a movie about an evil mirror has any right to be. Considering his success with horror, it makes sense to finally have him in charge of a larger project.And who knows, maybe having a robots vs. zombies flick will reignite the mashup title fad after Cowboys vs. Aliens basically destroyed it. Stay on targetlast_img read more


first_imgDownload AudioA C-130 Hercules from the Alaska Air National Guard’s 144th Airlift Squadron takes off from Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, on a previous deployment (File photo: David Kurle/US Air Force.)More than 100 members of Alaska’s Air National Guard are deploying to the Middle East Tuesday evening. The majority are from the 144 Airlift Squadron within the Guard’s 176th Wing, and will be flying C-130H aircraft as part of intra-theater operations.“Instead of ferrying materials around the globe in and out of the theater of operation, they’ll be operating within the theater, taking supplies and personnel from point to point,” said Captain John Callahan, chief of public affairs for the 176th Wing.The Alaska unit is joining with active duty troops and members of the Ohio National Guard in operations combating the ISIL in Iraq and Syria. For security reasons the Guard doesn’t disclose the location of where airmen will be based, and Callahan declined to provide specifics.National Guard activations are set by rotation.“The military determines that it needs a certain capability oversees, and it looks at its units and determines who can provide that capacity or that capability,” Callahan said. “In this case it was the Alaska Air National Guard’s turn to provide that.”This is the 144th Airlift Squad’s sixth deployment in the last ten years. Involvement is expected to last four months.last_img read more


first_imgThere’s also a chance that it will offer mobile operators tools to to run some of their own services, perhaps alongside Amazon’s media services. To that end, the Fuse patent specifically mentions tie-ins for third-party services through “software as a service (SAAS) services and software platform as a service (PAAS) services; providing online facilities enabling the sale of third-party content subscription services.”Whatever it ends up to be, Amazon clearly has big plans for Fuse. From the aforementioned job offer:“The Fuse team is seeking an experienced software development engineer to contribute to the development of a new system that will be used by multiple Amazon businesses through dozens of international markets.” Popular on Variety “Amazon Fuse is a newly launched product and team at Amazon. Amazon Fuse enables international partners to offer Amazon subscription services to their customers. This provides Amazon with expanded customer reach and international distribution. The Fuse business is primarily working with mobile operators across the globe to bring Prime Video, Music, Kindle, and Prime to hundreds of millions of customers.”Amazon has worked on striking partnerships with mobile operators to grow its business overseas for some time. In one such deal, it partnered with Vodafone to give customers of Vodafone India a discount on Prime and Prime Video. With that discount, Vodafone India customers effectively pay less than $8 per year for Prime Video and free Prime shipping. As a comparison, Netflix charges Indian customers the same amount per month for its cheapest plan.Additional job offers show that Amazon is looking to strike similar deals in Japan, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. In one of these job offers, Amazon specifically mentions a focus on Amazon Video and Amazon Music alongside its shopping services. Another job offer mentions that the team responsible for striking partnerships is “in growth mode, currently expanding our footprint with our service offerings, B2B tools, and actual partnerships at a rapid pace.”A source with knowledge of the European mobile media market wasn’t aware of Fuse in particular, but told Variety that the company had aggressively pursued partnerships with operators over the past ten months, initially pushing mobile operators to carry its Echo speaker in their stores. However, without much of a mobile tie-in, interest in that proposition was lukewarm. Fuse could be a way to respond with a stronger focus on mobile, the source suggested.At this point, it’s unclear what Fuse is exactly going to entail. However, it’s possible that the product will be a quite literal value proposition for operators, allowing them to fuse their own offerings with Amazon’s media services, with the added benefit of a revenue share for new subscribers. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Amazon is increasingly looking to strike partnerships with mobile operators to grow Prime Video, Prime Music and other media subscription services abroad.The company may even launch a dedicated product dubbed Amazon Fuse for mobile operators, Variety has learned after reviewing multiple job postings and other documents. An Amazon spokesperson declined to comment.Indications that Amazon is working on such product first surfaced when the company applied for a trademark for Amazon Fuse about a month ago. That trademark application describes Fuse as related to the transmission of entertainment services, including audio and video content, over the internet and mobile networks.It’s worth noting that trademark applications like these are typically vague, mentioning dozens of possible use cases that may not have much to do with the eventual product. However, Amazon went on to spell out its plans for Fuse a bit more clearly in a job ad for a software development engineer two weeks ago, which includes the following section:last_img read more


first_imgFebruary 16, 2018 To say that big cities and technology companies have a dysfunctional relationship is probably something of an understatement. Right now, most cities are on edge. City staff, legislators and regulators see technology companies, like Uber and Airbnb, disrupting markets faster than they can write regulations. Instead of working together to ensure new companies to fit in and strengthen the existing urban fabric, both sides too often devolve into wars of words and lawsuits.That doesn’t need to be the norm. Technology and government shouldn’t be at odds. They could be partners.Related: Tech and Trump: What the Next Four Years Might BringIt’s possible. Just look at what Postmates is doing in Washington, D.C. The delivery service realized that when people order food from restaurants or stores less than a mile away, it really doesn’t make sense for a driver to pick up and deliver that food.“Sometimes it’s not financially advantageous for our fleet to make such short distant runs. So we were inspired by a desire to reserve couriers for higher-paying trips, while still facilitating merchant sales for hyper-short distances,” says Vikrum Aiyer, vice president of public policy at Postmates.Instead, they wanted to use self-driving robots — think of them as coolers on wheels — to deliver short distances. So Postmates and robotics company Starship Technologies went to the city government in D.C. to discuss a partnership. In exchange for letting Postmates test the robots, the companies would share their data with the government on an ongoing basis. Some of that data included information about how the deliveries are helping local business, how they are impacting sidewalk congestion and how removing cars from the equation is affecting local traffic.That good-faith open dialogue not only helped build trust between Postmates and the government, it also gave the government data-based information — hard facts — at their fingertips as they continued to discuss whether to regulate these new robots. The experiment has gone so well that Postmates is expanding the pilot program to more neighborhoods in the Beltway.Compare that to legislation that was recently passed in San Francisco.In the heart of the tech world, the city council voted to put in place strict regulations that will ban self-driving delivery robots from most city streets. Amid concerns about the robots taking jobs and endangering pedestrians, the council reacted emotionally instead of trying to work with Postmates and Starship to find ways to truly measure the impact of robots, through data.Related: ‘The Jetsons’ World Is Becoming Reality. Innovators, Start Your Engines.Both cities and tech companies have to do better.Last year the Rockefeller Foundation, in partnership with 100 Resilient Cities, hosted the first CityXChange summit for government officials and tech leaders to start discussing how they can work together. The event, which took place on the shores of Lake Cuomo in Italy, produced a list of recommendations to help cities and tech companies better understand the benefits of working together, build foundations for partnerships and rethink process and regulations to encourage innovation.Their recommendations included:Startups taking city politics seriously. By understanding the motivations and risks politicians deal with every day, startups can think more deeply about how to help to the people they will need on their side.Cities using their bully pulpit to advocate for innovation. While a city like San Francisco might feel comfortable turning away tech companies, cities in the rest of the country are courting the tech industry. Every city has a platform for making that pitch.Cities should convene local tech communities to help with resiliency challenges. Often the best new ideas are coming from tech entrepreneurs. By working with startups, cities can start to find solutions to some of their biggest problems.Cities should update their procurement processes. Structures like Requests for Innovation can help cities find new technology companies to work with.Cities and startups should enable phased projects. As D.C. and Postmates show, working together to roll out a technology can produce great results for both parties.Related: Apple, Facebook and Google Vets Form Coalition to Fight Tech AddictionIt’s time for these two worlds to come together. The new services that tech companies offer have the potential to make people’s lives better and easier. But those benefits will struggle to break through if the companies are constantly engaged in battles with local government.When both sides come to the table early to work towards data-based 21st century regulations, everyone wins.    4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Enroll Now for Free Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience.last_img read more


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