There is ample room for regulating the online realm domestically, though doing so may first require cooperating with a divided Congress. Reinstalling some form of the net neutrality regulations rolled back by the current Federal Communications Commission promises to prove controversial; expanding broadband access to low-income and rural households, on the other hand, should appeal to legislators mid-pandemic regardless of party. Just as high on the agenda ought to be forging a federal privacy framework at long last: A stalled-out effort in both legislative chambers could benefit from a jolt of jump-starting executive leadership. And then there’s the matter of reforming Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which shields websites from lawsuits for hosting illegal content.
These last two issues are obviously significant to American companies and civilians alike: What information can social media sites hoover up to serve targeted advertisements, and what should be off-limits? What forms of
For those who have not yet seen it, or want to see it again, LA Opera proudly presents The Anonymous Lover (L’Amant Anonyme), an unjustly neglected 1780 chamber opera by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, a pioneering Black composer who was a contemporary of Mozart. His comic romance tells the story of Léontine, a beautiful young widow who has become disillusioned with love. Much to her surprise, she receives a steady stream of letters and gifts from an unknown man professing his undying passion. Her friend Valcour tells her he has no interest in romance. But now, after hiding his true feelings for years, Valcour has the courage to reveal that he himself is her devoted secret admirer. Will his confession sway a woman sworn to resist all affairs of the heart?
https://www.laopera.org/performances/updated-2021-season/the-anonymous-lover/. Available only through November 29, 2020.
Leaving Los Angeles late in the afternoon, we land in
GM will recall 7 million pickups over potentially faulty air bags
General Motors will recall about 7 million big pickup trucks and SUVs worldwide to replace potentially dangerous Takata air bag inflators. The announcement came Monday after the US government told the automaker it had to recall 6 million of the vehicles in the United States. GM says it will not fight the decision, even though it believes the vehicles are safe. It will cost the company an estimated $1.2 billion, about one third of its net income so far this year. The automaker had petitioned the agency four times since 2016 to avoid recalls, contending the air bag inflator canisters have been safe on the road and in testing. But the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Monday denied the petitions, saying the inflators still run the risk of exploding. Exploding Takata inflators caused the largest series
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Most people were not prepared to be working from home for this long, and it looks like remote work will continue for the foreseeable future. You can overhaul your home office, upgrade your coffee and comfort situations, but have you thought about optimizing your Internet? You likely just assumed your Internet is what it is, but that’s not necessarily the case.
NetSpot Home Wi-Fi Analyzer is a specialized tool that helps you get the absolute most out of your Internet. NetSpot lets you visualize,
New York, Nov. 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “North America Funeral Home Software Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Regional Analysis By Deployment Type and Organization Size” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05989577/?utm_source=GNW
Organizing any one’s funeral can be a unique and lasting form of expression which provides peace and closure to the individual and the grieving after the loved one’s death.On many occasions, these ceremonies are done as an online memorial where people can post their condolences or a slide show of their lives.
Moreover, websites with superior software programs that allow funerals’ planning now populate the internet, providing ideas and the means to upload photos, slide shows, articles, video and audio clips, and design memorial boards.New business models and specialties have also emerged.
Thus, it creates full-service funeral ceremonies.For example, LIFELONG MEMORIES is a major company offering picture-based personalized products to the funeral
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Selbyville, Delaware. The demand for Global Home Healthcare Software market is anticipated to be high for the next eight years. By considering this demand we provide latest Global Home Healthcare Software Market Report which gives complete industry analysis, market outlook, size, growth and forecast till 2027. This report will assist in analyzing the current and future business trends, sales and revenue forecasts
Global Home Healthcare Software Market is valued approximately USD 7.26 Billion in 2019 and is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 13.40% over the forecast period 2020-2027. Home healthcare software is a user-friendly solution that offers healthcare information with zero error which helps in increasing the operational efficiency of the doctor. Also, it provides home care agencies and physicians to communicate effectively to
The days are steadily getting shorter and the colder weather is here. For me, that conjures images of warm beverages and comfort food. So I’ve put together this list of awesome smart home devices for the fall, ranging from the Oxo Brew 8-Cup Coffee Maker to the Philips Hue Lily Outdoor Spot Light — and a bunch of other good stuff.
Of course, all of these products are great year-round, but they’re especially nice to have when it’s cold outside.
Coffee is great any time, but a warm beverage can come in particularly handy during those chilly fall mornings when it’s still dark outside and you need to get going.
The Oxo Brew 8-Cup Coffee Maker is CNET’s favorite drip coffee maker. Not only is it affordable at $170, we were impressed by its hot, speedy brew that didn’t ruin the coffee grounds. Its 8-cup capacity means
Next year, Comcast plans to charge home internet customers in northeastern US states for going over 1.2TB of data in a month — a cap that’s already in effect for customers on non-unlimited plans in other parts of the country.
In January and February, Comcast will give its Xfinity customers not on an unlimited plan a “credit” for any data usage charges over 1.2TB during those months to ease them into the new limits. Then, starting in March, non-unlimited customers who exceed 1.2TB in a month will be charged $10 per 50GB of data, for a maximum of $100.
Customers who go over the limit will get one “courtesy” credit per 12 months, so if you go over 1.2TB in March, you get a grace period for April. If you go over again in May, you’ll pay $10 for each block of 50GB up to the $100 max. Customers
Nov. 23 (UPI) — China wants to build a common cyberspace community with the outside world, Chinese leader Xi Jinping said during a conference that promotes the export of China’s model of a highly regulated internet.
Xi, who delivered his statement in a letter read at the 7th World Internet Conference in Wuzhen on Monday, said Beijing is ready to “cooperate” on building a shared Internet infrastructure, the South China Morning Post and China’s CGTN reported.
“Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, telemedicine, online education and telecommunication have been widely used and the internet has played an important role in promoting economic recovery,” Xi said.
“China is ready to work with other countries to grasp the information revolution, foster new driving forces for digital development and open up new prospects for digital cooperation.”
China has hosted the annual conference since 2014 to raise its profile on the world stage.
Right now, we’re spending more time at home than ever before, and many of us may be investing more in our home entertainment systems than we have in the past. If you’ve been considering upgrading to a better TV setup or snapping up a new smart speaker to help you control your connected home, now is definitely the time to do it.
Below, we’ll walk you through the best home theatre gadgets for your money, whether that’s a new 4K TV or the best soundbar for upgrading your surround sound. We’ve also got recommendations for the best streaming device you should buy right now as well as ambiance lighting solutions that’ll make you feel like you’re inside the game or movie your watching. Read on for our Best of Gizmodo recommendations.
Best TV for Most People
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Now, let me start by acknowledging that this TV is far