first_imgCLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceSANTA CLARA — As mistake-prone as the 49ers pass defense is, the Los Angeles Rams don’t have to prey on it Sunday, not when they boast the league’s leading running back in Todd Gurley.“It wasn’t a coincidence he was the NFL MVP last year, and so far he’s on his way to winning that again,” coach Kyle Shanahan said of Gurley, who actually won the AP Offensive Player of the Year award while Tom Brady captured MVP honors. …last_img read more

first_imgA Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#Government#privacy#web chris cameron Related Posts First they helped prolong the existence of The Pirate Bay by donating bandwidth to its servers, and now Sweden’s Pirate Party – a political group focused on copyright and patent reform – has announced it has created a safe haven for Swedes seeking privacy online. The party isn’t just going to host The Pirate Bay’s bandwidth on government servers with Parliamentary immunity; it has launched a private, no-questions-asked internet service provider (ISP) for the pirate community. “We don’t agree with what they are saying and we don’t agree with the laws they are making so if they have an issue with us, then we will have an issue – but that’s it.”– Gustav NipeKnown as PirateISP, the service seeks to provide anonymity and privacy free of government monitoring to Internet users. PirateISP CEO Gustav Nipe told the website TorrentFreak today that the company has already run some beta tests of the service in the Swedish city of Lund. Pirate ISP plans to build a 5% share in the city before opening up shop in other locations at the end of the summer.PirateISP intends to keep its users’ identities completely private and will even refuse to keep data logs. When asked how the ISP would respond to threats or inquiries from agencies both foreign and domestic, Nipe’s response can be summed up as exuding a “bring it on” mentality. “We don’t agree with what they are saying and we don’t agree with the laws they are making so if they have an issue with us, then we will have an issue – but that’s it,” says Nipe. “It would be a pity to reveal all the tricks that we have, so we will save those for later. But we have ways to ensure that no customer should have to get a sad letter home from [the Swedish Anti-Piracy Bureau’s] Henrik Pontén.”It would seem that Scandinavia is at the forefront of radical Internet ideology. At the beginning of July, Finland – a country with very high broadband penetration – announced that access to at least a 1Mbps broadband connection is an inherent right of its citizens.Across the Gulf of Bothnia in Sweden, the Pirate Party is gaining momentum toward its reform wishes concerning free use of the Internet. PirateISP makes no effort to hide the fact that many of its customers will likely use the service to file share, but the company is confident it can defend itself from being shut down. The Swedish government isn’t so sure, and thus it seems an interesting standoff is in store. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…last_img read more

first_imgTwo children died in a stampede during ‘Chhath puja’ (offering to the sun god) late on Saturday in Bihar’s Aurangabad district.The incident happened near the Sun temple in Deo area of the district where a large number of devotees had gathered to perform the puja to the setting sun.The district officials said the incident happened when the devotees were returning after observing the religious ritual.Sun temple at Deo in Aurangabad district is famous for ‘Chhath puja’ congregation.The deceased children have been identified as Prince Kumar, 4, and a seven-year-old girl from Bihta of Patna district.District Magistrate Rahul Ranjan Mahiwal and Superintendent of Police Deepak Barnwal said the incident happened as an unexpected number of devotees had gathered at the temple and this led to a stampede.The officials met the family members of the children and said an ex gratia amount would be given to them.The four-day ‘Chhath puja’ ended on Sunday morning after devotees offered obeisance to the rising sun.last_img read more

first_imgReal Madrid Zidane insists struggling Real and Ronaldo are ‘not that bad’ Jon Fisher 21:53 1/12/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(4) zidane-cropped Getty Images Real Madrid Zinédine Zidane Real Madrid v Villarreal Villarreal Primera División The Blancos boss has backed his misfiring players to rediscover their best form ahead of Saturday’s La Liga home game with Villarreal Zinedine Zidane has defended his Real Madrid players and insisted they are “not that bad”.Madrid have won just two of their last six La Liga matches and find themselves 16 points behind table-toppers Barcelona, albeit with a game in hand.That has inevitably led to criticism of Zidane and his squad but the Frenchman claims it is not all doom and gloom at the Santiago Bernabeu. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player He told reporters ahead of Saturday’s game with Villarreal: “We can’t always look at or listen to what is being said. It’s difficult, but nowadays everything that is said about Real Madrid is negative, and I don’t see it that way, we’re not that bad.”You [the media] know very well it is not all negative here. But it is very easy to say bad things about Real Madrid, it sells more.”The positive thing is that we are still alive in all competitions. I watch the matches back two or three times and I don’t agree with everything that’s being said. I accept what is being said, but there are lots of positive things coming out of this team at the minute.”Cristiano Ronaldo Real MadridBolstering his squad in the January transfer window is not something Zidane will do readily after repeating his stance that signing players out of season is his preferred method.”I can understand why people would think that [we need to sign players],” he added.”But with transfers, as always, if you have a player that you want and he’s available and he’s going to bring a lot to your squad then it doesn’t seem like a bad idea. But I have my squad, I have good players and I don’t see anyone at the moment who can improve that.”Things can change but I think it’s best to change things in June rather than now.”Zidane also backed Cristiano Ronaldo to rediscover his best form after two games without a goal, and on the back of a poor performance in last weekend’s 2-2 draw at Celta Vigo.”He seems fine to me and that’s the important thing,” said Zidane. “The same thing was said about him a month ago and he responded by scoring goals. He will get back to scoring again.”last_img read more