A report from National Foundation for American Policy shows the number of Indian students enrolled in graduate level programme in computer science and engineering in the United States has declined by 21 percent from 2016-2017.The report indicated that decline is attributed to US president Donald Trump’s restrictive visa and work policies. Last year, US has made H-1B visas rules more tougher which has affected the prospects of attracting foreign students making a significant contribution to the US economy. The H-1B visas allow US companies to hire foreign talent for temporary employment. The non-immigrant workers are selected through a lottery system. Indian IT companies are the largest users of this type of visa applications.Read it at India Related Items
Source: ReutersTweetPinShare0 Shares Joao Havelange, the former president of FIFA, died in Rio de Janeiro’s Samaritano Hospital on Tuesday, the hospital said, without giving further details until authorised by his family.The former Olympic swimmer and water polo player for Brazil had been in and out of the hospital in recent months with respiratory problems.Havelange, who was 100, was the first non-European to head the International Football Federation (FIFA), world football‘s governing body. He helped to transform the group and its flagship event, the World Cup, into a multibillion-dollar enterprise.After serving 24 years as head of FIFA, Havelange resigned as its honorary president amid corruption allegations against him and others in 2013.The Engenhao stadium in Rio de Janeiro, where many of the Rio Olympic events are currently underway, was named in his honor
India remain the headline act of the New Zealand summer which will contain 40 days of international cricket, but top-ranked team will not play a Test against the Kiwis.Instead, India will meet New Zealand in five one-day internationals and three Twenty20 matches from January 23 till February 10.The Boxing Day Test match is back in New Zealand’s cricket calendar. They will host Sri Lanka in Christchurch in one of the highlights of a heavy domestic cricket schedule for the 2018-2019 summer.But a projected day-night Test against Bangladesh – which would have been the second pink ball Test in New Zealand after last season’s pioneering match against England at Eden Park – is off the schedule after a change of heart by Bangladesh officials.Sri Lanka will play two Tests and three ODIs in December (2018) and January (2019), before the India tour, and Bangladesh will round out the summer with three Tests and three one-dayers in February and March.Mitchell Santner is on the mend recovering from injury and he has a message for fans ahead of the home summer! | https://t.co/RsdZyz8o17 #CricketNation pic.twitter.com/PC5UkDhkr1BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) July 31, 2018The decision to award the Boxing Day Test to Christchurch suggests New Zealand Cricket sees the South Island town’s Hagley Oval as New Zealand’s premier cricket venue, ahead of Eden Park which hosted a World Cup semifinal in 2015 and is the sport’s traditional home.Eden Park will host only two Twenty20 matches this summer, against Sri Lanka on Jan. 11 and India on Feb. 8 as New Zealand Cricket moves gradually towards an alternative cricket venue in Auckland. The 60,000-seat stadium is in a residential area and subject to restrictions around night-time events.advertisementHagley Park and Wellington’s Basin Reserve will each hold two of the five Tests New Zealand will play at home this summer and Hamilton’s Seddon Park will host the other.All the details for a summer schedule that features double-headers with the @WHITE_FERNS and a Boxing Day Test are here! | https://t.co/CKXEW3Y16L #CricketNation pic.twitter.com/OxSAPq73VJBLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) July 31, 2018Bangladesh considered playing a day-night Test at Hamilton from Feb. 28 but has now rejected the proposal, citing insufficient preparation.”We were hopeful we would get it across the line but ultimately Bangladesh thought they weren’t prepared enough for it,” NZC chief operating officer Anthony Crummy said. “They haven’t played a day-night Test, nor have they had a lot of preparation in their own first class cricket. We respect that decision and I’m sure day-night cricket will continue.”The Boxing Day Test returns to the domestic schedule for the first time in several years, having been replaced recently by a one-day international on Dec. 26.(With AP inputs)
Her green, Yanina Couture gown might’ve served as a gorgeous prologue to her Cannes story this year, but Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s latest appearance has managed to take things a notch higher.As she stepped out wearing an elegant Mark Bumgarner gown, Aish did complete justice to her title of being a former beauty queen. The stunning actress who is celebrating her 16th year at the Cannes Film Festival didn’t look a day older as she embraced the sheer simplicity of her outfit.Also Read: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s 16th year at Cannes Film Festival starts with a refreshing change Reunited with our #Lorealista @EvaLongoria ???? #LifeAtCannes #AishwaryaAtCannes pic.twitter.com/0NKLEWJoWV- L’Oral Paris India (@LOrealParisIn) May 19, 2017While her effortless beach weaves weren’t any different from the hairdo she sported earlier in the day, the vibe of this particular look was entirely different from her first one.#AishwaryaRaiBachchan twirls to perfection in this gorgeous gown by #MarkBumgarner pic.twitter.com/1LI0waWApH- L’Oral Paris India (@LOrealParisIn) May 19, 2017The sweetheart neck of the strapless gown looks great, but you know what’s better? The colourful-yet-subtle floral embroidery that tastefully balanced the dominant shade of the outfit.Add to that a stunning lip colour, minimal accessories and a pair of gorgeous footwear and Aishwarya is ready to mesmerise everyone including her husband, Abhishek Bachchan who took his Instagram account and posted her picture captioned, “There she is.”
TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say DONE DEAL: Leganes goalkeeper Jon Ander Serantes confirms Avispa Fukuoka moveby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLeganes goalkeeper Jon Ander Serantes is leaving for Japan.Serantes has announced his move to Avispa Fukuoka on social media.He will sign for the J-League club tomorrow.pic.twitter.com/714QxafVi9— Jon Ander Serantes (@JASerantes) December 30, 2018
zoom Western Port community representatives have come together to receive an update on the Port of Hastings container expansion to discuss issues raised by their community networks.Following the introductory PORTicipate meeting in February, the second meeting focused on issues relating to environmental matters and the next steps in the project’s planning process.The Port of Hastings Development Authority will also convene the second Council Advisory Group meeting next week with CEOs and Mayors from Mornington Peninsula, Bass Coast, Casey, Cardinia and Frankston to discuss the views, concerns and advice from local councils.“The Western Port community’s involvement in the planning approvals process is critical to the development of the container expansion project and will lead to outcomes that benefit all parties,” said Mike Lean, CEO, PORTicipate. The local community will receive regular updates as the project progresses through information sessions, newsletters, or by visiting the Port of Hastings Development Authority Office. May 26, 2014
MONTREAL – Police say a 33-year-old woman is facing multiple charges after allegedly assaulting her mother during a family dispute in Montreal.Emmanelle Tremblay appeared in court via videoconference Saturday and was charged with attempted murder, armed assault, assault and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.She will remain in detention until her next hearing.Montreal police say an altercation began at around 8 p.m. Friday in an apartment in the Rivieres-des-Prairies borough.Witnesses told investigators the fight turned violent and a 60-year-old woman was struck in the upper body with a sharp object.Police say the alleged victim is out of danger.
Facebook Twitter Login/Register With: READ MORE Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Advertisement After the big X-Men Mansion drop-in a few weeks ago, Deadpool 2’s start of filming in Vancouver proved quieter with a shoot of Deadpool at a kids party and then an afternoon shoot on the roof of a downtown office tower yesterday.Deadpool was photographed bouncing on a trampoline at a kids party and on the roof wielding a gun while wearing his mask and Crazy Horse t-shirt.Deadpool 2 — with the working titles Caribbean Blue, Daisy and Love Machine — will shoot in metro Vancouver until early October 2017.
Rabat – Running until June 20, the fourth edition of Gallery Arabesque’s “Ayaat” calligraphy exhibition is showing in Central Park Towers, Dubai.The event is a celebration of calligraphy, which is regarded as one of the fundamental elements of Islamic art. Hosted by Central Park Towers, the exhibit showcases 85 artworks from 48 international calligraphers. A selection of original masterpieces in Arabic calligraphy by 12 of the world’s renowned masters will also be featured, alongside juried artworks from 36 rising calligraphers and students, comprising 12 nationalities, spanning the Far East to the West, and selected from over a hundred submissions. The artists featured include international students who have worked alongside Jakarta-based Moroccan calligraphy master Belaid Hamidi. Hamidi scripted the text of eight holy books of the Qur’an and is the first Moroccan calligrapher to script Al-Hilya Al-Sharifa in the Maghribi-Andalusian style since 1996. More than 20 of these works are in art museums and private collections in different countries.Recipient of the King Mohammed VI Award for Moroccan Calligraphy in 2010, and the honor award from the Research Center for Islamic History, Art and Culture in Istanbul 2014, Belaid Hamidi has is a well-respected teacher of his craft.Hamidi’s students in the art show come from diverse backgrounds, including Indonesian (15), Thai (2), Singaporean (1) and Chinese (1).Read Also: Moroccan Government Establishes a New National Art PrizeOther participants in the exhibition include eight students from the Institute of Indo-Islamic Art & Culture in Bangalore – India as well as the UAE, KSA, Iran, Syria, Jordan, India and Pakistan.Among the many visitors admiring the work in the exhibit is the Indonesian Consul-General, Ridwan Hassan, due to the rise of Indonesian calligraphers worldwide steadily gaining prominence in the art world.
“It’s our view that the process should continue on the basis of what has taken place so far,” Alexander Downer, Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Cyprus, told journalists in New York. “We don’t want to see the process start all over again when so much has been achieved over the past 18 or so months.” In 2008, Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat and Greek Cypriot leader Dimitris Christofias committed themselves to working towards “a bi-communal, bi-zonal federation with political equality, as defined by relevant Security Council resolution.” Following the last round of talks on 30 March, Mr. Talat and Mr. Christofias said important progress had been made in the areas of governance and power-sharing, European Union (EU) matters and the economy. Last week, Mr. Talat was voted out of office, replaced by Dervis Eroglu. Mr. Downer said today that both he and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon have since spoken to Mr. Eroglu, as well as to Ahmet Davutoglu, the Foreign Minister of Turkey. “We would like to see the progress continue from there, for the two leaders to build on the process made.” Noting that the negotiations are hosted by the UN on its grounds, Mr. Downer emphasized that he hoped they would come to a successful conclusion before too long. “This is not an indefinite process. This is a process that needs to move forward – at least to move forward with a good deal of momentum.” While in New York, Mr. Downer has also met with senior UN political and peacekeeping officials and the head of key countries as well as other interested parties. “A basis for these negotiations is to create a united federal system in Cyprus and I’ve been impressed with what has been achieved. It has taken time. But I’ve been impressed,” Mr. Downer said. A UN peacekeeping mission, known as UNFICYP, has been in place on the island since 1964 after an outbreak of inter-communal violence. 27 April 2010Negotiations on the unification of Cyprus should continue where they left off, the United Nations envoy tasked with steering the talks said today as he made his first public remarks since the election of a new Turkish Cypriot leader.
His message of support came at the start of a ministerial-level debate in the Security Council, focusing on the role of the three bodies – whose member countries include Russia, China, former members of the Soviet Union, as well as India and Pakistan – in bolstering peace and security, particularly with countering terrorist threats.Mr. Guterres outlined the “unprecedented threat” posed by intolerance, violent extremism and terrorism, including cyber-terrorism which, he said, is constantly evolving and affects every country. The UN, he continued, has a comprehensive framework for action, provided by the Organization’s Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy, and related Security Council resolutions.Address root causes, promote gender equality, respect human rightsWhilst security measures to pursue and dismantle terrorist groups are “vital”, they must be complemented by efforts to identify and address root causes, counselled the Secretary-General, such as fear and hopelessness, while always respecting human rights: “We must reinforce the social compact, including the provision of basic services and opportunities, particularly for young people. Most recruits to terrorist groups are between 17 and 27 years old. We need to provide paths that offer a sense of hope and purpose to our young men and women, including education, training and jobs”. The frequent subjugation of women and girls, which is a “foundational” purpose of many extremist and terrorist groups, was raised by Mr. Guterres, who said that gender equality and engaging women and girls must be central to efforts to prevent and counter terrorism: “Terrorist groups share an agenda that is authoritarian, intolerant and frequently misogynistic. Our efforts to counter terrorist ideology must be founded on respect for the dignity and human rights of all”. Turning to the specific role of the three organizations at the centre of Wednesday’s debate, Mr. Guterres noted that countries need to cooperate in order to meet cross-border challenges such as the return and relocation of foreign terrorist fighters, and include private sector and civil society partners in these efforts. The UN chief stressed that the UN is strengthening its institutional links with each of them, establishing frameworks for joint activities, and collaboration on capacity-building assistance. He singled out the UN Joint Plan of Action for the Implementation of the Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy in Central Asia as showing what can be achieved with collective action, leadership and political will.Sergei Lavrov, Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs, said that more needs to be done to work together with regional and sub-regional organizations, such as the three bodies under discussion at the debate (the CSTO, CIS and SCO). These organizations, he said, have a “rich experience of fighting terrorism and contribute to stability in the Eurasian continent. Their activity is a gauge of security of their Member States, and the effective counter-terrorism efforts they undertake help noticeably to stabilize the situation in Central Asia”.Mr. Lavrov expressed concern at ongoing recruitment by various terror groups in the region, and noted that the CSTO is working to close recruitment channels and illegal migration, as well as paying close attention to the role of the internet in spreading extremist ideologies. He welcomed the commitment from all three organizations to further broadening cooperation in the area of combating terrorism with the UN, in order to maintain regional and international peace and security.China’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Wang Yi, said that counter-terrorism is a shared responsibility for all countries, in a world where terrorism, separatism, and extremism are “rampant”, and are becoming increasingly pervasive and home-grown.This requires that international cooperation against terrorism, continued Mr. Wang, be strengthened and not weakened. No country should link terrorism to a particular country, ethnicity or religion, he added.Promoting political settlements is, he said, the best option for addressing “hot spot” issues, and ensuring that different civilizations and religions live in harmony, and mutual respect.
Then-sophomore forward/midfielder Maddy Humphrey during a game against St. Louis on Aug. 28, 2015. OSU won 5-0.Credit: Kevin Stankiewicz | Oller ReporterThe Ohio State field hockey team is looking to add to its three game winning streak this weekend as they take on No. 15 Northwestern at home before traveling to compete against No. 6 Louisville. OSU vs. Northwestern History Northwestern heads into Friday’s competition having won four of its last five games, including an 8-0 victory over Colgate. Isabel Flens, who has six goals and four assists, and Dominique Masters, owner of four goals and two assists, return as the Wildcats’ top scorers, leading an offensive line that averages 3.83 goals and 21.8 shots per game. Goalie Lindsey von der Luft maintains a .806 save percentage, along with a 1.19 goals-against average. 11/05/15: Northwestern 4, Ohio State 0 (Bloomington, Ind.)10/23/15: Northwestern 2, Ohio State 0 (Columbus, Ohio)10/25/14: Northwestern 4, Ohio State 1 (Evanston, Ill.)11/07/13: Northwestern 2, Ohio State 3 (Columbus, Ohio)11/01/13: Northwestern 5, Ohio State 0 (Evanston, Ill.) The Wildcats lead the series with a 30-27-2 record, with Friday’s match marking the 60th time the teams have faced off since 1981. The Buckeyes have lost the last three games against Northwestern, most recently in a shutout loss in the quarterfinal of the 2015 Big Ten tournament. Previous matchups include: 10/11/15: Louisville 1, Ohio State 0 (Columbus, Ohio)09/23/14: Louisville 6, Ohio State 3 (Louisville, Ky.)10/01/13: Louisville 6, Ohio State 3 (Columbus, Ohio)10/22/12: Louisville 4, Ohio State 3 OT (Louisville, Ky.)10/04/11: Louisville 1, Ohio State 2 (Columbus, Ohio) “We’re really going to have to use each other, let the ball do the work and just really give them hard shots,” Humphrey said. “Probably the best shots we’ll have to hit at a goalie this year because they have such a strong defense.” The Scarlet and Gray host Northwestern on Friday, Sept. 16 at 3 p.m. The team will then leave the confines of Buckeye Varsity Field and head to Louisville, Kentucky, to square off against the Cardinals on Sunday, Sept. 18 at 1 p.m. “You need to play 70 minutes because if you have a low and you’re not managing it, [Northwestern will] make you pay,” Coach Wilkinson said. “No matter what we do all week in practice, once the game starts it’s really about them making decisions for themselves and going out there and really competing.” The Buckeyes (3-3) head into a weekend of competition following a 2-1 victory in overtime against Miami (3-4) on Sunday, marking Ohio State’s third consecutive win in a five-game homestand. The game was a showcase of Buckeye fitness and skill, with junior goalie Liz Tamburro out-saving Miami 5-1 and freshman midfielder Adelaide Penzone scoring the winning point in overtime, marking her third career goal and securing her position as the third leading scorer among Big Ten freshman. Friday’s matchup between the Buckeyes and the Wildcats (4-2) will mark the beginning of Big Ten play for both teams this season. Three of Ohio State’s last five Big Ten openers have weighed in its favor, including a 2-1 victory over Northwestern in 2011. Still, head coach Anne Wilkinson knows that the Buckeyes are going to have to bring a lot of intensity and focus to Friday’s game. OSU vs. Louisville History Sunday’s contest will be the 26th time the Cardinals and the Buckeyes have faced-off since 1989. Ohio State leads the series 16-9, with Louisville emerging victorious from the teams’ last four games. The most recent matches include: Louisville (6-0) remains undefeated, averaging 4.64 goals per game. Offense is lead by Minout Mink, who has eight goals and one assist. Goalie Ayeisha McFerran boasts a .857 save percentage and has only allowed three goals in the last six games. Ohio State junior forward midfielder Maddy Humphrey said that in order to get around the top scoring defense in the country, the Buckeyes’ offensive line is going to have to play its best game of the season.
Tuesday night’s 3-2 loss to the Anaheim Ducks was the Columbus Blue Jackets’ first regulation defeat in their last six games — and it hurt. Goals from left winger captain Rick Nash, who has scored in the Jackets’ past eight games, and center Derick Brassard were not enough to overcome early power-play goals by Anaheim at Nationwide Arena. In the first period, Jackets winger Derek Dorsett unleashed a dangerous hit on Ducks winger Corey Perry, sending him headfirst into the boards. Perry fell to the ice, and players from both teams exchanged shoves behind the Anaheim goal before referees separated the players and assessed a five-minute boarding penalty to Dorsett. “It was a hit from behind,” Jackets coach Scott Arniel said. “It’s the referee’s judgment call. When you give (Anaheim) a five-minute major, that gets them off to a pretty good start.” That judgment call produced a two-goal lead for the Ducks. Anaheim wingers teamed up for the first tally. Bobby Ryan fed a pass across the slot to a streaking Teemu Selanne, who had no trouble scoring his 15th goal of the year to give Anaheim a 1-0 lead. Defenseman Cam Fowler’s fifth goal of the year gave the Ducks a 2-0 lead just more than a minute later. After being fed by defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky and center Saku Koivu, Fowler snapped a long-range shot that snuck past Jackets goalie Steve Mason. Before Columbus fans had settled into their seats, the Ducks had scored their first two shots of the game. But the Jackets responded with a power-play goal of their own just before the first intermission. Nash cut the Ducks’ lead in half with a wrist shot from the slot. Brassard assisted on Nash’s 23rd goal of the season, which made the score 2-1. A quiet second period saw the teams exchange scoring opportunities, but Mason and Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller denied everything. Mason and Hiller finished the night with 19 and 35 saves, respectively. But the game had more goals in store, as Ducks winger Jason Blake would give the Ducks breathing room early in the third period. Blake scored his 10th goal of the season on an uncontested backhand shot, extending the Ducks’ lead to 3-1. Mason was left helpless and hunched in the lower, left-hand corner of his goal when Blake emerged from behind the net. Brassard later narrowed Columbus’ deficit to 3-2 after a redirected shot from the blue line fell to him just outside Hiller’s crease. The tap-in goal, assisted on by winger Jakub Voracek, was Brassard’s 12th of the season. Thanks to Hiller, who extinguished a late surge by the Jackets, the Ducks eventually held on for a 3-2 win. Despite Tuesday’s loss, Columbus will enter the NHL All-Star break with a 3-1-2 record in its last six games. Brassard focused on the Jackets’ recent improvements following the loss to Anaheim. “I think we had a good push tonight,” Brassard said. “In the third, we competed really hard. We are just going to take some rest right now and make sure we are ready to make a big push.” Coach Randy Carlyle’s Ducks head into the midseason break in fifth place in the Western Conference. Carlyle commended his players for their effort. “The guys are putting it on the line,” Carlyle said. “Our guys have worked extremely hard to get themselves in the position we are in. We’re having some fun right now.” Arniel managed to stay upbeat about his team’s current standing after the game. “What we’ve done in the last two weeks has been very good,” Arniel said. “I like the way we’re working and competing.” The Blue Jackets will host the Chicago Blackhawks at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Four teenage boys aged between 15 and 17 have been charged with an aggravated hate crime over a homophobic attack against two women on a London night bus in May.The incident caused widespread outrage on social media after Melania Geymonat and her girlfriend Chris posted about being beaten by a group of youths.They were attacked after they refused to kiss for the strangers’ entertainment, they said.Four boys, two aged 16, one aged 15 and another aged 17, have been chargedOne of the 16-year-olds, from Wandsworth, south London, is also charged with theft and handling stolen goods, while the other, from the borough of Kensington and Chelsea, is accused of possessing cannabis.The 15-year-old boy, also from Kensington and Chelsea, faces an additional charge of handling stolen goods.All four are due to appear at Highbury Corner Youth Court on August 21.Former prime minister Theresa May condemned the assault, saying: “This was a sickening attack and my thoughts are with the couple affected.”Nobody should ever have to hide who they are or who they love and we must work together to eradicate unacceptable violence towards the LGBT community.”In a post on Facebook, Ms Geymonat – who worked recently as a Ryanair air hostess and is originally from Uruguay – said: “I’m tired of being taken as a sexual object, of finding out that these situations are usual, of gay friends who were beaten up just because. “We have to endure verbal harassment and chauvinist, misogynistic and homophobic violence because when you stand up for yourself s— like this happens.”Both women were taken to hospital for treatment to facial injuries after the incident on the N31 bus in the early hours of May 30. 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.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedCampbellville man charged, remanded for cocaine, guns, ammo possessionMay 31, 2017In “Court”Trio charged with illegal possession of guns, ammo & drugsJune 6, 2015In “Crime”Dataram gets 4 years for ammo possession, wife freedJanuary 19, 2017In “Court” Jailed for 4 years Trevor RodriguezA taxi driver of Campbellville, Georgetown will now spend the next four years of his life behind bars after pleading guilty to trafficking in 11.363 kilograms of cocaine and the illegal possession of three unlicenced guns along with matching ammunition, when he appeared before city Magistrate Annette Singh, on Tuesday morning.Trevor Rodriguez was on Independence Day (May 26) busted with the illicit drug and weapons when police descended on his home following a report of domestic violence. On the day in question, Rodriguez had threatened to shoot his wife, Amanda Rodriquez, who in fear reported the incident to a co-worker that came to the aid of the woman.The cocaine was concealed in two cylinders with false bottomsProsecutor Simmons had related that the co-worker took away the gun from the perpetrator and contacted the police, who swooped down on the couple’s home.The woman reportedly handed the pistol over to ranks who conducted a search on the said premises, leading to the discovery of the two other guns and cocaine concealed in two cylinders with false bottoms.Rodriguez had also faced other charges for making use of threatening language and behaviour towards his wife, but these were dropped after the woman disclosed to the magistrate that she no longer wished to offer evidence against her husband.Based on reports received, Rodriguez was described as a habitual abuser of his spouse who allegedly threatened to kill her on several occasions.Two of the unlicenced weapons found in the man’s homeMagistrate Singh slapped the accused with a four year jail term for trafficking in narcotics, while handing down a 24 months sentence for the six counts of guns and ammunition charges; these terms will be served concurrently.
Piratage : Firesheep, une extension de Firefox capable d’usurper des identitésMonde – Firesheep est une extension qui permet d’espionner les réseaux Wi-Fi non sécurisés. Grâce à elle, n’importe qui peut détourner un compte comme ceux créés sur Amazon, Facebook ou Google -la liste n’est pas exhaustive-, en piratant les sessions web des autres internautes.Barre latérale dans Firefox, Firesheep est une extension qui va directement proposer une liste de personnes en train de visiter des sites non sécurisés. Il suffit dès lors de cliquer sur l’un de ces noms pour avoir accès au compte de la personne et à ses identifiants.À lire aussi”Trash Tag Challenge” : le défi utile qui incite Twitter et Instagram à nettoyer la planèteLe but du créateur de Firesheep était de mettre en lumière les lacunes existant en matière de sécurité et de confidentialité sur la majeure partie des sites web ou des réseaux sociaux. Il révèle que même les sites les plus populaires n’utilisent pas de connexion sécurisée et prouve par l’exemple que se connecter à un compte Facebook, Twitter ,Yahoo! et consorts est un jeu d’enfant. “Ils ont trop longtemps ignoré ces responsabilités et je souhaite que Firesheep aide les internautes à obtenir un Internet plus sécurisé” explique Eric Butler, le concepteur de l’extension.Pour le moment, Firesheep a été téléchargé plus de 30.000 fois, mais le nombre de téléchargements augmente d’heure en heure, d’autant que l’extension est gratuite et de source libre.Le 26 octobre 2010 à 12:09 • Emmanuel Perrin
Max Mosley porte plainte contre GoogleL’ancien président de la Fédération internationale de l’automobile (FIA) attaque en justice le moteur de recherches pour forcer le géant américain à revoir son système de modération.Si vous tapez “Max Mosley” sur Google, les premiers résultats que vous trouverez seront les suivants : “max mosley nazi”, “max mosley video”, “max mosley nazi video” et “max mosley nazi scandal”. Pas étonnant quand on sait que l’ancien président de la FIA, fils d’un dirigeant de l’équivalent du FN anglais, a été surpris en 2008 par le quotidien à scandales News of the World dans une vidéo montrant ses pratiques sadomasochistes avec un groupe de prostituées, le tout en costumes à connotation nazie. À lire aussiÉquinoxe du Printemps : pourquoi tombe-t-il le 20 mars ?Mêlé à une affaire d’écoutes téléphoniques cette année, le tabloïd aurait versé plus d’un million de livres sterling à “des victimes” pour tenter d’étouffer l’affaire, dont justement Max Mosley. Amené à témoigner dans l’enquête lancée par la justice britannique, l’ex-patron de l’automobile mondiale a, à cette occasion, révélé qu’il avait engagé des poursuites à propos de cette fameuse vidéo contre Google, en France et en Allemagne. Pour lui, le moteur de recherches américain est trop lent à faire retirer les pages de son index. “Le point fondamental, c’est que Google pourrait empêcher (cette vidéo) d’apparaître, mais ils refusent au nom d’une question de principe”, explique l’ancien avocat qu’est Mosley.”Nous ne voulons pas et nous ne pouvons pas contrôler tout ce qui est publié sur Internet”, a de son côté répondu la firme de Mountain View. “Mais lorsque nous apprenons via une requête de la cour qu’une page en particulier présente du contenu illégal alors nous faisons tout ce que nous pouvons pour l’ôter de nos résultats de recherche”. Surtout, Max Mosley veut que les résultats évoqués lorsque son nom est tapé sur Google ne soit plus associé à cette vidéo et ce scandale. Mais, sauf injonction de justice ou revirement de la part de Google, il semble que les internautes ne sont pas près d’oublier son passé trouble…Le 29 novembre 2011 à 14:15 • Maxime Lambert
UPDATE: Apple itself has now confirmed this date is real. The next iPhone will make its debut on September 12, 10 A.M. Pacific Time as the first event in the new Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino.I’m a very qualified Apple fan. I prefer PCs to Macs. I love my iPad but think it’s ultimately unnecessary. And while I never looked back after jumping from Android to iOS, I think every recent iPhone that isn’t the iPhone SE has just gotten worse with their needlessly large screens and lack of headphone jacks.The iPhone is a decade old now, so if there’s any time to show how the product will continue to be a massive success for the next ten years, that time is now. We already knew we didn’t have to wait much longer since iPhone events always happen this time of year, but now we might have an exact date. The future of iPhone may be revealed on Tuesday, September 12.via Nodus and Gordon KellyThat report comes from Mac4Ever, which is claiming that Apple has told carriers to expect the event that day. So this is by no means confirmed, but again, given past iPhone fall events, September 12 isn’t a crazy prediction. Official pre-orders and sales should go up not too long after this reveal.More exciting is what we might see on September 12. Like I said before, recent iPhone disappointments mean I don’t follow the device as closely as I used to. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t rumors to dredge up.Our previous stories have suggested that the next iPhone, whether it’s an iPhone 8 or iPhone 7s or both, will feature an elongated, 5.8-inch bezel-less screen with a virtual home button instead of a physical one. While the headphone jack is still shamefully missing, a Lightning port remains (as opposed to a switch to USB-C). With Apple’s recent push into augmented reality, the cameras will be getting an upgrade to improve object and facial scanning and recognition. This will also tie in with the new security features.That’s what we think we’ll see from Apple on September 12, but it could be all wrong, even the date. In any case, the iPhone’s destiny should be revealed soon enough.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
Manchester City’s defending frustrated Pep Guardiola despite winning 6-1 at home against Southampton at the Etihad on Sunday.Manchester City already had a three-goal lead after just 18 minutes, but they conceded before the break when Ederson fouled Danny Ings in the box, and the striker converted the penalty.Ings’ goal was the first goal City had conceded in seven games and Guardiola was infuriated with his team’s defending.“We did some very good things, the first 20 minutes was excellent and offensively we were very good, but we conceded a lot,” Guardiola told Sky Sports.Report: City are stunned by Norwich George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Manchester City was stunned by Norwich City in todays Premier League clash.Much has been made in recent days of the potential impact of Aymeric…“The game gave me a good feeling, but at the same time, we didn’t defend well, although with 6-1 I am so satisfied. We were lucky to score the fourth goal in the final minute of the first half because otherwise, it would have been complicated after half-time.“As a team, he [Mark Hughes] demanded a lot, and today we were very clinical, especially at the start, and we had the feeling we would create a lot of chances.“But when they had the ball in midfield we didn’t control the balls, they won all the second balls, we had to defend deeper and were not stable enough – and that’s why the fourth goal was so crucial.”