Final Fantasy 16 character details emerge as teaser website launches

Square Enix has launched Final Fantasy 16‘s teaser website that offers some more titbits on the world we’ll be exploring and who we’ll be exploring it with. Producer Naoki Yoshida has also written an accompanying blog post to condense the information into one place if that’s more your speed.

The main protagonist this time around is Clive Rosfield, a brooding bodyguard for his younger brother who has blessed him with specific powers to do just that. He looks more youthful in the character sketches but is tattooed all the same.

His younger brother, Joshua Rosfield, is known as the Dominant of the Phoenix – Eikon of Fire. In FF16, Dominants are unique beings who wield the power of the Eikon that resides within them – think of the them as summons. That means Joshua transforms into a phoenix to protect his nation. He’s born into royalty but is childlike –

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Trump campaign website briefly defaced by hackers making outlandish claims

President Trump’s campaign website was briefly hacked Tuesday, according to reports.

Trump 2020 spokesperson Tim Murtaugh said in a statement the campaign is “working with law enforcement authorities to investigate the source of the attack.”

He added, “There was no exposure to sensitive data because none of it is actually stored on the site. The website has been restored.”

The hackers claimed baselessly and without evidence that they had compromised “devices” from Trump and his family that gave them “full access” to classified information that proved the administration was involved in the “origin of the coronavirus,” according to a screenshot.

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The hack was first flagged by reporter Gabriel Lorenzo Greschler of The Jewish News of Northern California. 

The hackers also claimed they could “discredit” the president, adding, “The world has had enough of the fake-news spread daily

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Premier Manufacturing launches a completely new website

Site redesign creates six-fold spike in website traffic

Premier Manufacturing website
Premier Manufacturing website
Premier Manufacturing website

TUALATIN, Ore., Oct. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Since launching its redesigned website on July 1st, Premier Manufacturing has seen website traffic climb to record numbers. 

Site traffic is up six-fold, according to Premier Director of Marketing Steve Hansen.  The spike in site traffic is attributed to new built-in search engine optimization and increased social media activity with content marketing and search engine AdWords.

“We’ve made numerous changes to www.premier-mfg.com to make the site more user-friendly and incorporating high-resolution imagery that makes it easier for customers to search for the products they need,” Hansen said.

Hansen says Premier has also updated its logo and branding images, as well as its territory and distributor maps.  Each of these updates makes the new site more user friendly and enjoyable to visit.

“Updating the logos and branding

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Lost in Translation: Amazon Website Launch Trips Over Faulty Swedish | Technology News

By Supantha Mukherjee and Helena Soderpalm

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc’s long-awaited launch of its Swedish website on Wednesday was marred by glitches and translation errors, including mistaking the Argentinian flag for Sweden’s.

The website, which offers customers more than 150 million products across 30 categories, had used faulty translation from English to Swedish, allowing offensive words in product descriptions.

The word valdtakt, which means rape in Swedish, is being used on several products instead of raps – the correct Swedish word for a plant.

Some product descriptions use a Swedish word for male genitals, instead of the word for rooster, and a frying pan has been listed as a product for women.

Many users took to Twitter to point out the errors.

“Your choice of words is a catastrophe for your launch and you need a new director for overseas sales. I assume your shares will plummet in response,”

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Article Writing For SEO – Optimize Your Articles For Better Page Ranking

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NDIS website promotes ‘Uber-style’ apps linking participants to support workers

The National Disability Insurance Agency has been questioned over its promotion of “Uber-style” apps that link NDIS participants with support workers.



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“Matching platforms” within the scheme are not new but since the start of the pandemic the agency has begun actively promoting these apps and services to scheme participants and support workers.

The move has angered a union representing support workers, which claims these platforms undercut wages and conditions and aren’t subject to the same oversight as registered NDIS providers.

“We do have members that work for these platform providers and we regularly have issues arising around the inadequacy of their pay, the inadequacy of their training, or the complete absence of training,” said the Australian Services Union NSW/ACT secretary, Natalie Lang.



logo: The National Disability Insurance Agency lists ‘Uber-style’ apps and services on the NDIS website.


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The National Disability Insurance Agency lists ‘Uber-style’ apps and services on the NDIS website.

The NDIS

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Vote Wisconsin app and website drive nearly 30,000 voter registrations in key segments critical to the battleground state

Vote Wisconsin app and website drive nearly 30,000 voter registrations in key segments critical to the battleground state

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MILWAUKEE, Oct. 28, 2020

MILWAUKEE, Oct. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — As we enter the final days of early voting in the crucial state of Wisconsin, the nonpartisan Vote Wisconsin app and website introduced this year have proven to be instrumental in reaching new and unregistered voters. These digital tools, developed by non-partisan organization Wisconsin Voices, secured over 26,000 new voter registrations, and is responsible for additional tens of thousands of referrals to the state online registration site. The VoteWisconsin.com website alone engaged over 160,000 new users with voter registration services and information.

With ease, Wisconsin residents were able to check voter registration status, fill out a simple form, and upload proof of residence allowing Vote Wisconsin to send their data to the appropriate clerk–bypassing the need for the

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Website Offering Ballot Information Reported to Homeland Security

Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman has reported an unofficial election information website to Homeland Security in a bid to tackle misinformation.



graphical user interface, application: VoteWashington.info says on its homepage that it uses available data from the Washington Secretary of State “to provide enhanced access to your public voter information.”


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VoteWashington.info says on its homepage that it uses available data from the Washington Secretary of State “to provide enhanced access to your public voter information.”

Wyman warned voters that the website, which appears to be a useful tool for tracking ballots, is giving out “categorically wrong” information.

VoteWashington.info says on its homepage that it uses available data from the Washington Secretary of State, “to provide enhanced access to your public voter information.”

The site, which does not provide information on who created it, states that it is a “fully self funded non partisan project” and aims to “enable public review and public discussion” about publicly available data.

It also claims to provide information on the current voter turnout by county as well as state election

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Trump’s website defaced with claim that Trump admin created coronavirus

Screenshot of the Trump campaign's website while it was defaced by hackers. The defacement message says
Enlarge / President Trump’s campaign website during its brief defacement.

President Trump’s website last night was briefly defaced by hackers who pitched a cryptocurrency scam and claimed that Trump has “criminal involvement” with election manipulation and that his administration was involved in creating the coronavirus.

Donaldjtrump.com is back to normal now, seeking donations and urging Trump supporters to register to vote. The defacement reportedly lasted less than 30 minutes on Tuesday evening. Trump-campaign spokesperson Tim Murtaugh issued a statement saying the campaign is “working with law enforcement authorities to investigate the source of the attack. There was no exposure to sensitive data because none of it is actually stored on the site. The website has been restored.”

The website during its defacement had Department of Justice and FBI logos above a typo-filled message that said:

this site was seized

The world has had enough of the fake-news spreaded daily by

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Amazon website launch trips over faulty Swedish

By Supantha Mukherjee and Helena Soderpalm



a close up of a sign: An Amazon logo is seen at its centre in Darlington


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An Amazon logo is seen at its centre in Darlington

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc’s long-awaited launch of its Swedish website on Wednesday was marred by glitches and translation errors, including mistaking the Argentinian flag for Sweden’s.

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The website, which offers customers more than 150 million products across 30 categories, had used faulty translation from English to Swedish, allowing offensive words in product descriptions.

The word valdtakt, which means rape in Swedish, is being used on several products instead of raps – the correct Swedish word for a plant.

Some product descriptions use a Swedish word for male genitals, instead of the word for rooster, and a frying pan has been listed as a product for women.

Many users took to Twitter to point out the errors.

“Your choice of words is a catastrophe for your launch and you

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