21 Burst results for "Action Shooting"

Andrew D. Bernstein: Shooting hoops, a life with legends

Photography Daily

02:04 min | 10 months ago

Andrew D. Bernstein: Shooting hoops, a life with legends

"D bernstein mentioned in american spoiled photography and man enthralled by making pictures. I don't remember my children being born. But i remember my first print be involved in that eight to say that and i hope i kids. Don't hear those we talk about. The emotional states of being a photographer must be painters. Feel or anybody who works with marble united. You read about michelangelo you know. He always talked about that. He always knew when he saw block of marble that there was something incredible inside of it just had to come through him. We learn about what's drew him to one spot in particular. I guess basketball found me rather than i found basketball. Really we talk about the skills required for making pictures of spoilt that keeps you on the edge of your seat. It's a fast moving game. But i gotta tell you. It's not as fast as ice hockey. And and i. I sort of honed. My skills shooting action shooting a lot of ice hockey shots about how to get the perfect slam. Dunk shows the big picture. Everybody wants what these guys can do when they're flying towards the rim almost defying gravity. Quite frankly and keep in mind again. That i get one shot at learn about andrew's during professional and personal relationship with the late great. Kobe bryant this kid was was something else. I mean i met him on media day. Nineteen ninety-six comes on my set. Eighteen years old. I never met him. I heard a lot of hype about him. Didn't spot by the black mambas. Kobe was famously. Known hundred talks about the highs and lows of making sport pitches and like kobe's i can't dwell in the shots that i didn't make you know because there's always going to be the next one about breaking into the world of sports shooting with the advent of social media all the websites that are out there all the fan sites. There's more opportunity. I think now if the talent is there if the drivers their stories of life told by photographers and today that photographer is andrew deepens. If you love a sport just don't stop shooting it. Don't stop

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Mars Rover Beams Back Dramatic Landing Selfie

KFBK Outdoor Show

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Mars Rover Beams Back Dramatic Landing Selfie

"NASA officials are releasing new photos of the rover perseverance landing on Mars. The agency has released the first color photo of the Martian surface, along with a satellite image of the rover parachuting down to the surface with an action shot just before touchdown. Officials say there will be hardware checks over the weekend, although the rover is operating very well in its initial journey.

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No charges recommended for officer who shot Ashli Babbitt during Capitol riot

Hammer and Nigel

03:41 min | 1 year ago

No charges recommended for officer who shot Ashli Babbitt during Capitol riot

"Investigation into the fatal shooting of a protester during the January 6 capital riots has been completed. The capital officer has not been charged. The investigation found the shooting was quote an appropriate use of force. Remember unauthorized shot the 35 year old Air Force veteran Ashley Babbitt. She was trying to climb through a shattered window to reach the House chamber and she was gunned down. Um Listen, I'll be the bad guy here. I'm okay with that shooting. Now. I don't want anybody to die. Let's not get it twisted. But if you breach the capital where the most powerful people in the world are in there having some sort of session, you can't be shocked when something bad happens to you. There's a reason why these senators have security detail, right? It's Z the same thing, man with the police action shooting in any way, shape or form like across the country. Some of these police action shootings where People aren't complying. People aren't putting their hands up. People like kind of reach back into the car for something and the police are like, Look, I've got a gun. Don't you move and they don't comply. I don't think they deserved to die. But Give the chances increase exponentially. When you don't hate what the officer is saying, and she was unarmed, correct, Correct, But you're breaking into the nation's capital. You're breaking windows where members of the Congress could be still doing telling you man. The riots throughout this country every single night for weeks on end, police precincts burned to the ground in cities. If a police officer would have killed somebody trying to get into a precinct that was unarmed. There would be more rights and more demonstrations and more protests in that person's name would probably be on the back of professional athletes jersey If Ashley Babbitt were African American, Do you think you'd see the same thing? Because I do. Well, I think this is all e mean. You notice how the memorial for the Capitol police officers and you know the wall of thank you cards and that we support the Capitol police and thank you for doing your duty. Uh okay. That's fine. I'm glad there was support for the police officers and they were heroes there and some died. Um, but I didn't see the same outpouring. Of support for police officers that were defending cities across the nation. Some in some cases, they were hampered hands tied behind their backs, not getting the support they needed from from local administration running the show, including Indianapolis, So it's almost like certain sections of this Country as well as national media outlets. They're willing to say, OK, they got what they deserved when they think it's trump supporters. Yes, but when its members of the community or members of the Black lives matter movement, then it's a completely different ball game. It's a double standard. It's there. You're absolutely right. I wish you would have died. I wish you would have broken through that wall. I know the officers on the other side had no clue it was coming through, and they warned him. And I again I don't think she deserved to die. She was unarmed, but man, the chances of something very bad happening. Increase. I don't know what the percentage is a lot of the what the scientific number would be. But I would say something bad, including dying. If you don't comply with the police officer, you I mean, it's up in the air at that point, man, it's It's a coin flip whether you're coming out of there alive or not, If you don't comply.

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"action shooting" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"action shooting" Discussed on KTOK

"Comedy Action shooting puts on a cowardly action scene We put on a new our theme. All your required is your Is your reasonably attractive looking for door and your two inch gun. You're good to go and Uh, you would We have seven stages. Seven rounds per stage. That's 49 rounds for the whole day, and every single stage would require a separate reloading tool. The events of this is that it did make a difference. And you shooting five shotguns and six shotguns. You we're gonna have to reload on We were just looking for an excuse to maintain and retain all the tricks. The officers from the twenties to the seventies had developed Loading, reloading and manipulating over So that it wouldn't dissipate. So if anybody in the future had a question, it wouldn't have been lost to the sands of time. Um and I managed because I've been I've been Teaching for about 25 years when I passed the word out, uh, her friends and and and victims alike. We ended up with several 100 guys from several 100 guys multiples of that. And currently, and I could get away with saying this way. Have we have members in Europe? We have members in Australia. We have members in Canada even have a couple of members in the United States. No way are truly international. It's called I'm with Roscoe, who people look it up. It's I'm with Roscoe dot com. So first question is, what constitute? What's the barrel length requirement for it To be short barrel? Will my three inch barrel 6 86 work? Doesn't have to be to us. I'm gonna take it from the other direction. And then I'll tell you why. In half a second it the only requirement we have is when you come down to shoot. It has to be either a 38 or 32. On If you have a 3 57, you're welcome to shoot it. As long as you're shooting 38, you're responsible for your own reloading tools. If you're required to bring a dumb pouch, Luke carriers, two by two by two pouch still poach a second snub, which is also one of our stages on the speed line. Um, the a sport as.

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"action shooting" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"action shooting" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"But here's my question. Everybody involved in the Dre Shin Reed killing was black from the deceased to the two officers to the original officer, the chief of police who got into the high speed chase. Everybody involved in this case was black. So I guess I really don't understand where the racist cops chant comes into play here. Yeah, On some of the demands that were being made in terms of black lives matter. They're still wanting the officer that was involved in the police action shooting fired and they want a federal investigation into the police action. Shooting of duration, Reed More protests scheduled for this evening here in Indianapolis, turning our attention to the election, North Carolina finally called for President Trump. Up and really, most importantly right now, it was called for Republican Thom Tillis in the Senate race. This gives the Republicans right now a one seat advantage. Looks like it's going to be two seats in the Senate once. Alaska finally makes their call, meaning that those two big runoff that are gonna happen in Georgia in January worst case scenario makes it a 50 50 tie in the Senate. Yeah, That is worst Case scenario, because that means Chuck Schumer is the boss of Kamala Harris is the tie breaker, If it ever comes down to like, you know, say a giant green New deal tax deal. We need one of those Senate seats in the runoff in Georgia to go the GOP's way. Now, before everybody starts the panic and think. Oh, my God! Here comes packing the courts. Here comes this and that. Take a listen to this. This is a Democratic senator from West Virginia. Joe Manchin. Talking about what would happen if it were a 50 50 tie in the Senate if both of the Georgia senators.

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"action shooting" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"action shooting" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Were wrong. We were taking that back in your fire. Hastert's haven't won a playoff series in a long time. Yeah, it's been a while. I think 2017 is the last time he even won a game in the playoffs. So you're not just talking about a Siri's No. A game. They were swept this year by the heat. They were swept last year by the Celtics, eh? And in 17, they took the calves to seven games. All right, well, That's a bummer for him, especially now that they're walking off the court protesting. It's like just what? What is the MBA going to Dio? Is this just one on one time deal during the bubble, they're gonna walk off the court and reschedule these games. Because of that, the case they've sacrificed nothing. They got a day off. They get a day off. If you want to make you want to make your voices heard here, because I thought that's what the point of view no printing. Black lives matter on the court and wearing the T shirts and the logos in the messages of social justice on the back of their jerseys. I thought that that was the whole point of this whole thing. And now they walk off the court in protest of the police action shooting in Wisconsin, and it says to me Well, if they don't quit. Here the entire season. What? What does this accomplished today? Nothing. If they come out and play tomorrow, What's the point has no teeth at all there, not sacrificing anything. Now you want to talk about sacrificing paychecks? He wouldn't send the paychecks to the with the family off the Jacob Blake. Sam like family. Then we'll start to have a conversation. But just postpone these games for a day and call it a court go boycott. Give me a break and again, LeBron James Tweet. If this man we demand change well, then stop electing Democrats because the places where all of this is happening at have Democrat Mayor's You want change? LeBron tell some people they've got options. And that's kind of been the message of the Republicans all week long, specifically to the Black Canady. It doesn't always have to be this way. I love I love it when I hear Celebrities tell you to go Vote rock the vote. We need youto vote Voter die. You know Really? What? The underlying messages When you hear Bette Midler Tell you to go vote. It's go vote. Go vote for my person. Go vote for my guy, right? It's really It's not go vote. It's basically when you hear that from a celebrity woke celebrity. It's You're not hearing Go vote. You're hearing Don't vote for Trump. That's exactly what you're hearing. Imagine if a charity groups and a message to bed meddler and said We're really taking you up on your offer. Would you mind sending over driver? We got 100. People here already to go vote and the driver gets there. And they all have Maga. Hats on. You'd think those voters get taken to the ballot box. I don't think they are. No, no, no. Do not go anywhere. We got one more hour to go. It's the hammer and Nigel ship..

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"action shooting" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"action shooting" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"But that scene in Chicago last night that was wild that looked like something from 1/3 world country wasn't just like a bad part of Chicago. It was all up and down the magnificent mile and everything. 13 police officers injured 100 arrests so far and the Apple store looted the Walgreens looted some of these top notch stores, retail stores, windows broken, all looted, and it all started late night last night in Chicago. There was a police action shooting where the suspect fired at the officers. First, the officers returned fire. And next thing you know, a couple hours later, you've got mass looting taking place in Chicago, and it looks like the police were pretty outnumbered in this. It was pretty bad. I looked at some of these scenes, especially in Portland. Like if we can't Stop a bunch of white dudes and man buns and backpacks. Like what do you dear? Like, like rush ever invades or something like that? You know, Robinson, I could promise you ain't gonna be the same. I'd like if I'm trump. I'm just like, yeah. Those people aren't being protected by the local authorities. I'm overriding the mayor and I'm sending troops in and ending this now. So over the weekend, the attorney General Bill Bar, went on with Mark Levin of Fox and was talking about the way that the media portrays these rioters. So if we're going to talk about the attorney General Bill Bar, I think it's only appropriate. Set the tone. Official bill Bar music of all our official bill bar music. You see the video over the weekend. I think we re tweeted it of Bill Bar getting out of his motorcade because he saw a pro police demonstration. I think it was in Virginia. He had the FBI who was running the motorcade turn around. He got out of his limo and went to think these people that we're actually at a rally of pro police rally and you would have thought Tom Cruise got out of the limo. These people started taking pictures and selfie. So thank you. I'm like this is where we're at in 2020 where the most boring bland attorney general on record. Bill Bar is a giant celebrity. Some circles. Did he throw a sweat, so Start to the fans like Elvis used to do back in the day. Uh, here is Bill Bar on with Fox over the weekend. Talking about the way the media portrays the rioters. I've been appalled or what's on this violence because it's happening right out in the streets. Anyone with eyes can see what's happening. They see the violence they see. The these groups of agitators in their black outfit in their helmets and their shields, which, incidentally, have the have hammer and sickle on most of the time rushing the police causing violence, throwing rocks of people showing up with the rocks and the frozen bottles that's happening that's happening in front of people. You don't see it on any of the national news. You don't see it on the networks. You don't see it on the other cable stations. And yet you hear about these peaceful demonstrators, So it's it's you know, it's just it's a lie. The American people are being told a lie by the media. That is.

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"action shooting" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"action shooting" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Is the chief experience officer for the company. In other words he's wanted gets out there lets people know about the company and this company has been growing rapidly. It's an interesting conversation I had with Tony when I first met him. Or there after we had a drink together and talked about some things here. Actually, I had a drink. I don't think he was drinking. But the the conversation was about the growth of the company. And how do you take a company? That does custom firearms and expand that toe where it's growing rapidly, and Tony you won't talk about the company a little bit and where you guys were going and what your plans are, and also somewhere in there told people how they could get in. To your company and purchase a product from them. If there's stores they can go to or do they have to order and so on and so forth. Yeah. Love it. Thanks for the opportunity, so we started. You know, this company's been around for about 26 years. We're really primarily focused on the competition shooting industry, which is the action shooting sports such as us, say idea if sick and even multi gun So when you think about competition, you know when we say the word competition, you hear the word race, And then when you think about race, you associate that with race cars, race, motorcycles and race horses and How if you think about race car there's one guy who drives the car, and there's about 40 people that make that car run. So that term, you know, competition. A race is very, very polarizing. And we've known for years that our guns air just so easy to shoot, which is why they were so popular in the action shooting sports. When I first came the company, I looked at the boss and I said, Hey, So what's our message? I said, we make the world's best shooting handguns. I looked up and he goes well, that's pretty strong, aided and I go prove me wrong and really we nobody can, because when you shoot our platforms, I don't care who you compare us to the 21 platform is just a much easier going to shoot. So how do I take that technology? And how do I put that into be all inclusive, Not exclusive. Allow everybody to be able to shoot better, And so we really focused in 2019 on The biggest needs of the industry, which is personal protection, home defense and the tactical operations world. So one of things about that competition stigma attached your farmers. People think it's finicky. It needs special ammo. Special gas. You know all these things that would polarize that product on brand. We started putting our guns in the hands of operational guys. Uh, veteran special operations guys. Police officers throughout the United States and these guys were coming back every single time saying, Where is this gun Been my whole life. I would have carried this for 20 years when I was an operational guy. We picked up the U. S Marshal Special operations group with their entire unit adapted. The Staccato 21 platform is the primary and the secondary platform and the performance was so high that change in their performance. To quote the leader of that team, he said. Before we got stick, Otto's 5% would be in the 98 percentile he goes now 5% are out of the 98 percentile, so they had to change their entire calls. Just because the fact is, I mean, he looked right at me. He just shook his head. He goes he goes. I gotta change it. I go. I go, man. Everybody smoking these quality goes. I don't feel like I'm pushing him and they are probably the most accurate federal agencies, ous faras handguns and accurate Fast. I mean, really, really. They spent a lot of time on the range. And so we did that We took that product that brand brought it out to the secular world. As I call it, the non The non competition world and brought it into the people that do this for a living, and I are going to be exposed to the most stressed that the most important time of your life, give them something they can shoot. Better shoot faster and depend on and there's the staccato 2011. Now. Is it true that when you sell guns to either police forces or military so forth, you have to tighten the trigger up a little bit actually, or loosen it up for reduced our increased the poundage to the pole and goes in other words. My competition. Guns your gun, £2 sub £2 competition gun book triggers on. Then you go back to the Glock and got six and £7. These cops were coming off of Glocks. What do they do when they get into £2 triggers? Are you changing that? For them. That's a great question. So it depends on the department is one of the great things about the 27 platform is we can make modifications and our manufacturing to be able to meet the needs of the unit or the department. And we have had that we've had on the most divine looking. Our platforms are carry guns. And our tactical guns like our staccato see to whether it's the duo are the standard option or staccato P. Those guns are coming in at about a £4 trigger, and there is a difference. You know, our £4 trigger and Glock Glock £4 trigger or £64 trigger a totally different animal. Just because of the way we we do the triggers. We manufacture the parts for the triggers. It's just so much, Chris. And clean at the break point, you'll hardly notice it. And, of course, putting a pound and 1/2 or £2 competition trigger to carry a gun or a tactical gun is a little bit risky. Because you gotta factor in gloves. You gotta factor in all these different things that That could affect your sensitivity at the trigger finger level, and the last thing we want to do is have somebody shoot the target that was not intended because that that's bad press all the way around. I have to admit when I first got mine with those type of triggers. There was one or two times that somehow Ebola went off at the top of the target that I didn't remember pulling the trigger for right. Ma'am. It's just it's amazing. But, yeah, the £4 trigger on the staccato P is still very, very crisp. And what's really nice about is not only is it, Chris It's a straight draw back. There's no there's no what he called pull up or, you know, lag before you kid. The wall type of thing was in that Glock too. Just like this long, long, long long you're like, Are we there? Are we There We there Should I send out a letter? Can I call someone? Boom? You know? Yes. That? Yeah, that's you know, it's it's there's two parts to the second part of your question about you know, we do have a Web site. We have an entire network of dealers throughout the United States. All that information is on our website. We also do have if any of your listeners or people out there listening to the show. Besides your regular listeners, we do have a hero's program and the Heroes program is designed specifically, Obviously, we're a veteran led company..

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"action shooting" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"action shooting" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And Tony is the chief experience officer for the company. In other words, he's one to get out there lets people know about the company. And this company has been growing rapidly. It's an interesting conversation I had with Tony when I first met him or there after we had a drink together and talk about some things here. Actually, I had a drink. I don't think he was drinking. But The conversation was about the growth of the company. And how do you take a company that does custom firearms and expand that toe where it's growing rapidly? And Tony, You won't talk about the company a little bit and where you guys were going and what your plans are, and also somewhere in there told people how they could get in. To your company and purchase a product from them. If there's stores they can go to or do they have to order and so on and so forth. Yeah. Love it. Thanks for the opportunity, so we started. You know, this company's been around for about 26 years. We're really primarily focused on the competition shooting industry, Which is the action shooting sports such as us, say idea, if sick and even multi gun, So when you think about competition, you know, when we say the word competition, you hear the word race, And then when you think about race, you associate that with race cars, race, motorcycles and racehorses and, ah If you think about a race car, there's one guy who drives a car, and there's about 40 people that make that car run. So that term, you know, competition. A race is very, very polarizing. And we've known for years that our guns air just so easy to shoot, which is why they were so popular in the action shooting sports. When I first came the company, I looked at the boss and I said, Hey, what's our messages that we make the world's best shooting hangout? They looked at me. He goes well, that's pretty strong in it. And I go prove me wrong And really we nobody can, Because when you shoot our platforms, I don't care who you compare us to the 21 platform is just a much easier gonna shoot. So how do I take that technology? And how do I put that into be all inclusive, Not exclusive, Allow everybody to be able to shoot better. And so we really focused in 2019 on the biggest needs of the industry, which is personal protection, home defense and the tactical operations world. So one of things about that competition stigma attached. Your fireman. People think it's finicky. It needs special ammo. Special gas. You know all these things that would polarize that product brand. We started putting our guns in the hands of operational guys. Veteran special operations guys. Police officers throughout the United States and these guys were coming back every single time saying, Where is this gun Been my whole life. I would have carried this for 20 years. When I was an operational guy. We picked up the U. S Marshal Special operations group with their entire unit adapted. The staccato toil on platform is the primary. And the secondary platform, and the performance was so high that change in their performance. To quote the leader of that team, he said. Before we got sick, Otto's 5% would be in the 98 percentile he goes now 5% are out of the 98 percentile, so they had to change their entire calls. Just because the fact is, I mean, he looked right at me. He just shook his head. He goes. Yep. He goes. I gotta change it. I go. I guess, man, everybody smoking these quality because I don't feel like I'm pushing him and they are probably the most accurate federal agencies, a cz faras handguns and accurate fast. I mean, really, really. They spent a lot of time on the range. And so we did that We took that product that brand brought it out to the secular world. As I call it, the non The non competition world and brought it into the people that do this for a living, and I are going to be exposed to the most stressed that the most important time of your life, give them something they can shoot. Better shoot faster and depend on and there's the staccato 2011. Now. Is it true that when you sell guns to either police forces or military so forth, you have to tighten the trigger up a little bit actually, or loosen it up for reduced our increased the poundage to the pool, and in other words, My competition. Guns your gun, £2 sub £2 competition gun book triggers on. Then you go back to the Glock and got six and £7. These cops were coming off of blocks. What do they do when they get into £2 triggers? Are you changing that? For them. That's a great question. So it depends on the department is one of the great things about the 27 platform as we can make modifications and our manufacturing to be able to meet the needs of the unit or the department. And we have had that we've had on most divorcee looking. Our platforms are carry guns and our tactical guns like our staccato see to whether it's to do or the standard option or staccato P. Those guns are coming in at about a £4 trigger. And there is a difference. You know, our £4 trigger and Glock Glock £4 trigger, or £64 trigger a totally different animal. Just because of the way we we do the triggers. We manufacture the parts for the triggers. It's just so much crisp and clean. In the break point, you'll hardly notice it and, of course, putting a pound of the effort to power competition trigger to carry a gun. Or a tactical gun is a little bit risky because you gotta factor in gloves. You gotta factor in all these different things that that could affect your sensitivity at the trigger finger level, And the last thing we want to do is have somebody Shoot the target that was not intended because that that's bad press all the way around. I have to admit when I first got mine with those type of triggers. There was one or two times that somehow a bullet went off the top of the target that I didn't remember pulling the trigger for right. Ma'am. It's just it's amazing. But yeah, the £4 trigger on the staccato P is still very, very crisp and what's really nice about it? Not only is it Chris It's a straight draw back. There's no there's no ho what he called pull up or, you know, lag before you kicked the wall type of thing. Words in that blockages like this long, long, long long you're like, Are we there? Are we There? We there. Should I send out a letter? Can I call someone boom? You know Yes, that Yeah, that's you know, it's it's there's two parts to the second part of your question about you know, we do have a Web site. We have an entire network of dealers throughout the United States. All that Information is on our website. We also do have if any of your listeners or people out there listening to show besides a regular listeners. We do have a hero's program and the Heroes program is designed specifically, Obviously, we're a veteran led company..

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"action shooting" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"action shooting" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Million use of force is typically always gonna be involved with an arrest it's you're typically not gonna have a use of force in the net and unrest not accompanying that is my point so you look at the rest ten plus million one thousand and four of those guys last year resulted in the fatal police action shooting of the one thousand and four the question then becomes because this is is a very important topic how many of those folks were on armed right and we've seen that with hands up don't shoot different specific Goetz's incidents throughout the country what this scientific study found is that of the of the one thousand four police action shootings nine involved on armed African American males nineteen involved white males and fourteen involved Hispanic Latino in other races okay and so what that means it doesn't diminish did the topic it doesn't diminish the question the concern but what that means is now you're down to nine related to on armed males being shot within the African American community out of the one thousand four out of the ten point five million what that means is that out of ten plus million arrest point zero one percent resulted in a fatal police action shooting one one hundredth of a percent and then out of that to you drill down into the numbers and you get you get to the to the and then there are the tragedy is that over the past days with the riots you've seen those numbers in the teens and.

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"action shooting" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:19 min | 1 year ago

"action shooting" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The first season of welcome back Kotter it looks like it was jury read the very end of the first season right right after the first season was when that movie was released so I don't know who won the bed but you talk about during the break I do want to get into the article you wrote it W. I. B. C. dot com in regards to the police action shooting of John reed before we get to that are you covered the governor's press conference earlier today anything of note we need to take away from that I'm a couple of things there was a story but not too long ago in an apple store the talked about the the universe of Washington and then super health metrics had said Hey we stay start opening the back up again if you like these massive increase and covert nineteen deaths it was print they projected like nine hundred back in April I'm sorry the maypole or the March now it's more like six thousand it's over like you know try to reconcile how do you guys get your numbers versus their numbers and so we had an interesting conversation I would suppose a little bit later today also while we talk about because sort of the state finances with all the go as economic activity comes to a halt was different in a surplus no we just got to start it looks about me post also was also the back kind of dissecting everything about it was actually it was a lot of information they nothing earth shattering chattering but things very useful obviously everybody's really waiting for next week as Indiana starts to open back up again a number different places his Excellency the governor was very mean to those people who went on his lawn and wanted jobs a couple weeks ago did he condemned the protesters yesterday it's a sixty second in Michigan over the us on read incident that question did not come up so convenient go it's another good use of the personal acid when I saw the code nineteen data and the budgets of okay that takes her know where the protests will still be here next he didn't need a question last time to stay with the patriots everyone I know actually I was wrong there was no that was me who passed so he was he was it was oddly silent over the protesters for for Sean read that that's interesting there you go so now that we've got the cat out of the bag here that's how that would work for play let's get right into it you are already pretty controversial article at W. I. B. C. dot com sharing your thoughts on what happened to Sean Reid for those who might not have had a chance to see it yet please break down what was in your article international for the job Sean read was when when your man that in apple's police on a high speed chase on I. sixty five and run thirtieth street you know gets often he's being followed by the X. the police chief and deputy police chief they broke off the chase but he gets off on Michigan road gets six second street still high speeds get out the car runs get stay and all this is on Facebook live NEC in Facebook live the whole thing he gets stays the taser does not not come out completely or in or mobilize them he reaches for going to court I am PT he fires a couple shots of police and police to what happens when you fire shots then they tend to return fire into being dead killed and then the the melee ensues with no misinformation here is going to put others know about our black men being shot by law enforcement please note of the officer who shot him was African American so that so the narrative about a white police officer shooting unarmed black man that doesn't work this go around Andre Carson put out a tweet and basically made it sound like this racial issue and black people were being hunted for sport that's the take away from the tweet that Andre Carson put out that I had known then that would be wrong and not by wish once again and and kind of goes to the point of a color global pardon was which is before people start jumping the gun pardon the expression try to get all the facts first meet me mad at me and you can whatever motions that you want that's fine but the very least before you start going to social media or talking about it try to get as many of the facts first as you can because there's a lot of misinformation running around and I just had to kind of clear this all up well for example he was able to wipe the cops picking up whatever the case then well well they were really chasing the sun was reckless driving going he was doing ninety like doing ninety and what is happening is I found out that Mr Reid John Reid had some outstanding warrants one in Marion County and a couple down in Texas I'm and then the Texas one was actually a gun charge like how the hell do you get a warrant for a gun in Texas they give you one when your credit has said of the liquor yeah like we have like the Simpsons or whatever and so isn't there that end so obviously because got a warrant the concert you if they don't pull over immediately the other project partners to try to try to get away Abdul it it's obviously it's an African American police officer involved in in the the shooting and yet it seems like there are so many people who are so quick to condemn the police whether it's I am PT or any police department when these things happen why do so many in the African American community the police so much I can be sure of that I do not believe the majority African or he will hate the police I totally completely I will not subscribe to that theory I don't think it's a majority no no no I'm I think you're confusing majority with a with a loud minority I think there's a difference between them but the majority of people who you know because after medics aftermarket apple sure like to be a victim of crime the rest of population so actually for the most part delight the police don't tell the whole server protecting I think what you do five is a a lot of minority of that segment of population without a bunch of with political agendas despite never had any patience for the black lives matters movement because when the six one eight year old young but what was killed us long ago or the sixteen year old girl was also killed after Bob that kind of party thing was going over thirty in Arlington no there were no marches or no protests there were there was basically crickets and saw black lives matter mean shouldn't these black lives matter but with a black life is shot by someone wearing a blue uniform now we have a right now in protest that I've always had a problem or even in uniform I didn't hear black lives matter come out one officer brand lease lost her life to a bullet from another black male yeah exactly so once again it's it's and that's part of what I put a sort of point out in my column the other thing too is once again my friends who are criminal defense attorneys will always tell you that one thing that will help them in front of a jury is to have a what's called what we call the business a sympathetic defendant in other words this is why when Jason hammer gets arrested I'm gonna clean them all out of taking over Leon Taylor and put in a nice suit and the whole nine yards it may be presentable unfortunately in this case right here this this is the wrong to me this is the wrong person for the for the activist crowd like this going to be your banner you guys got the wrong guy you know you got the outstanding warrants no you said you did have a gun yes he did well there's there's ample footage on Facebook right now with him actually no brandishing the weapon showing off the weapon I want the backs of firing the weapon and it's a distinctive weapon like one of the things we talked about yesterday was let's just say you buy into the conspiracy theory that the police plant guns on black people all the time do you think they have a lot of orange clip long handle guns just laying in the trunk exactly and most of my friends I. P. which has like first of all we have time yeah we we have so much other stuff to do it yes it was a big guy conspiracy yes we purposely follow him we purposely knew who he was we purposely tasted we purposely planted the gun and purposely made on fire by the way the sizes of the of the two that really annoy the hell out of me everybody Bloomberg really date myself here on Facebook like forget Ironside and Columbo because unlike no ice and Matlock like when I saw the I counted fifteen shots and right everybody's was an eyewitness on that shaky camera video and they saw everything perfectly everybody last week was either constitutional scholar Alan this is now like a girlfriend's a detective for you pointed this out to our state house happenings podcast there's nothing police officers hate more than paperwork I nothing generates more paperwork that is uniquely second shooting exactly and and and chief of Taylor all right Taylor said it best today in another interview I heard him do which is like look like no officer in his in his right mind gets up in the morning and with the with the thought of idea Hey who can I go shoot today no officer doesn't your dad was in law enforcement yeah you should have given more like Hey rob okay rob here's your here's a bit of a so it's got to go to some people but here's the other thing people don't realize and they teach law enforcement this if you're thinking about pulling your weapon you're too late right it's an instinctive thing where you have a split second reaction any thought to make and it is such a it is such a crisis point in your life I I would hope that no one would ever have to go through that and then the other thing too is what was really disturbing and I don't know if the video is still out there lots of it's been kinda taken down sort of put into evidence but as mystery was a leading cops on a high speed chase you can see if you can see some of the comments on the phone talking to without any sort of Facebook live stream I was set up all the comments are made only two people said you need to stop turn yourself and everybody else in back tomorrow like yep you can go and do what you do it right a couple girls okay when you get done come over here I'm like what the world still held a host I cannot I was get my hair shaved all Abdul Hakeem Shahbaz joining us in studio we wrote a similar article I think we share the same point of view on this on W. I. B. C. dot com but the hate mail that I get told me that I don't understand the black community you don't know what this is about rabble rabble rabble I think you got my hate mail by mistake say you are a black man who shares the same point of view that I do here what's it like when you get hate messages from the black community well I look like this for for every one hate message I get there I'll use like nine or ten people say thank you for saying what you say I mean I expect them to do this all my adult life so I I nort I always love it when I get called an uncle Tom what one local but my name's Tom by the way to read the book he was actually kind of a hero and then it really does pay me to say this to complement of but it really is a fabulous piece and everyone should read it's great what's coming up on a big show this weekend we talked a good friend already trousers you can kind of put all this in perspective are we spoke to merry kind of pressure also Ryan Mears before all this happened but it gives a pretty good insight on what's going on with respect to the criminal justice system cover nineteen and I don't know if I can find it on my interview with.

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"So in other words, you can't blame for putting a link up to material that infringes upon copyright, because Google is not the one responsible for the material. It's just. Reporting, it's just a dexing links. Although, it does do so with ads. That makes me wonder if there's any kind of any of that sticky there. That's probably another issue, but again there also told that if someone reports that they are supposed to block access or taking those links down. dents raised a lot of ir in the various communities online about the idea of blocking links because it's. Essentially breaking one of the fundamental parts of the Internet or at least the web, if not the Internet anyway. It's a different discussion. those are the four main areas where the liability is limited. They also. Says Section twelve, which is the specific section of the the law that this the? It also contains a provision to ensure that service providers are not placed in the position of choosing between limitations on liability on the one hand and preserving the privacy of their subscribers on the other, so in other words they are not supposed to be put into any kind of position where they have to identify someone when part of their business is all about. Hey, you're driver. Privacy Yeah. They are supposed to be allowed to remain free of that. But even that has some issues. So like, but essentially this is to make sure that they remain in compliance with things like the electronic. Communications Privacy Act so in other words. You're talking about two different laws here. That kind of conflict with one another, which one has precedents. In this case, the privacy hell holds up over the copyright violation. And really the reason why this whole section exists is to prevent companies from having to undergo massive amounts of expenses to defend themselves. Or also to endure excessive interference from. Copyright holders or from government officials. And so you know the fact that. The DMC stuff is in a way. It's you could. You could see it as a way of of bending to the will of copyright holders. That's the way a lot of critics point painted right like the DMCA is just the government laying down in front of Copyright Holders But this one just one really actually works saw in the other direction in favor of the service. Providers who are just trying to do their jobs and are not necessarily. There was a case in two thousand six I o group felt a complaint against networks for. Networks had site that would let users trans code video into Flash. Sure and I o group was saying that via networks users were trans trans coding videos into flash that for copyright infringement. Okay, so that they were taking a video that were under copyright, and through the process of trends coating them, that was violating the copyright, and they said that they said that via was responsible for this because as as a coder they were, they were implicit in the. They were they were actually they were giving the people the ability to infringe just from the very nature of what the service was in the court ruled that the process was automated, and that therefore yeah video had no knowledge, and like they they could not know what the content was because the actual. Process of trance coding had nothing to do with a human being reviewing stuff and saying hey, wait a minute. It was really good that a really important clear cut case to prevent that kind of legal action shooting in the future, and that makes sense because I mean youtube had for a long time was always encoding videos into flash until a couple of. Switchover html five. But same sort of thing. That Viacom cases just kind of spinning courts right now. Both sides arguing that the other is burdened with the proof that that youtube and therefore google had no idea what was going on. And and really. How do you prove that someone doesn't know something right? You have to have evidence that they did. No, that's the only way you can prove can't prove negative, but if you are able to prove that they did know and knowingly allowed it to happen, that would be the the case all right well. We've got a little bit more to say about the DMCA, but before we get into that, let's take another quick break. With the capital, one quicksilver card, you earn unlimited one point five percent cashback.

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04:36 min | 1 year ago

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"So in other words, you can't blame for putting a link up to material that infringes upon copyright, because Google is not the one responsible for the material. It's just. Reporting, it's just a dexing links. Although, it does do so with ads. That makes me wonder if there's any kind of any of that sticky there. That's probably another issue, but again there also told that if someone reports that they are supposed to block access or taking those links down. dents raised a lot of ir in the various communities online about the idea of blocking links because it's. Essentially breaking one of the fundamental parts of the Internet or at least the web, if not the Internet anyway. It's a different discussion. those are the four main areas where the liability is limited. They also. Says Section twelve, which is the specific section of the the law that this the? It also contains a provision to ensure that service providers are not placed in the position of choosing between limitations on liability on the one hand and preserving the privacy of their subscribers on the other, so in other words they are not supposed to be put into any kind of position where they have to identify someone when part of their business is all about. Hey, you're driver. Privacy Yeah. They are supposed to be allowed to remain free of that. But even that has some issues. So like, but essentially this is to make sure that they remain in compliance with things like the electronic. Communications Privacy Act so in other words. You're talking about two different laws here. That kind of conflict with one another, which one has precedents. In this case, the privacy hell holds up over the copyright violation. And really the reason why this whole section exists is to prevent companies from having to undergo massive amounts of expenses to defend themselves. Or also to endure excessive interference from. Copyright holders or from government officials. And so you know the fact that. The DMC stuff is in a way. It's you could. You could see it as a way of of bending to the will of copyright holders. That's the way a lot of critics point painted right like the DMCA is just the government laying down in front of Copyright Holders But this one just one really actually works saw in the other direction in favor of the service. Providers who are just trying to do their jobs and are not necessarily. There was a case in two thousand six I o group felt a complaint against networks for. Networks had site that would let users trans code video into Flash. Sure and I o group was saying that via networks users were trans trans coding videos into flash that for copyright infringement. Okay, so that they were taking a video that were under copyright, and through the process of trends coating them, that was violating the copyright, and they said that they said that via was responsible for this because as as a coder they were, they were implicit in the. They were they were actually they were giving the people the ability to infringe just from the very nature of what the service was in the court ruled that the process was automated, and that therefore yeah video had no knowledge, and like they they could not know what the content was because the actual. Process of trance coding had nothing to do with a human being reviewing stuff and saying hey, wait a minute. It was really good that a really important clear cut case to prevent that kind of legal action shooting in the future, and that makes sense because I mean youtube had for a long time was always encoding videos into flash until a couple of. Switchover html five. But same sort of thing. That Viacom cases just kind of spinning courts right now. Both sides arguing that the other is burdened with the proof that that youtube and therefore google had no idea what was going on. And and really. How do you prove that someone doesn't know something right? You have to have evidence that they did. No, that's the only way you can prove can't prove negative, but if you are able to prove that they did know and knowingly allowed it to happen, that would be the the case all right well. We've got a little bit more to say about the DMCA, but before we get into that, let's take another quick break. With the capital, one quicksilver card, you earn unlimited one point five percent cashback.

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05:30 min | 1 year ago

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"You know you can't hold the cloud storage company responsible if I'm filling up my storage with. All right. To look at all every single one of the files, right? When I put my unauthorized discography of Brittany Spears up there, they can't you know they're not held responsible for it right? I should definitely hold responsibility for something like that. If I were to ever do that. And I fully expect to be held responsible, and also will never happen Then there's the information location tool since this is things like search engines, so if you were to type in something in a search engine for example, you were interested in a particular television show. Let's say I don't know supernatural, and you were type that in some of the links that came back linked to things that were infringing copyright. The search engine would not be held responsible for those links unless again. It was violating those other roles. So in other words, you can't blame for putting a link up to material that infringes upon copyright, because Google is not the one responsible for the material. It's just. Reporting, it's just a dexing links. Although, it does do so with ads. That makes me wonder if there's any kind of any of that sticky there. That's probably another issue, but again there also told that if someone reports that they are supposed to block access or taking those links down. dents raised a lot of ir in the various communities online about the idea of blocking links because it's. Essentially breaking one of the fundamental parts of the Internet or at least the web, if not the Internet anyway. It's a different discussion. those are the four main areas where the liability is limited. They also. Says Section twelve, which is the specific section of the the law that this the? It also contains a provision to ensure that service providers are not placed in the position of choosing between limitations on liability on the one hand and preserving the privacy of their subscribers on the other, so in other words they are not supposed to be put into any kind of position where they have to identify someone when part of their business is all about. Hey, you're driver. Privacy Yeah. They are supposed to be allowed to remain free of that. But even that has some issues. So like, but essentially this is to make sure that they remain in compliance with things like the electronic. Communications Privacy Act so in other words. You're talking about two different laws here. That kind of conflict with one another, which one has precedents. In this case, the privacy hell holds up over the copyright violation. And really the reason why this whole section exists is to prevent companies from having to undergo massive amounts of expenses to defend themselves. Or also to endure excessive interference from. Copyright holders or from government officials. And so you know the fact that. The DMC stuff is in a way. It's you could. You could see it as a way of of bending to the will of copyright holders. That's the way a lot of critics point painted right like the DMCA is just the government laying down in front of Copyright Holders But this one just one really actually works saw in the other direction in favor of the service. Providers who are just trying to do their jobs and are not necessarily. There was a case in two thousand six I o group felt a complaint against networks for. Networks had site that would let users trans code video into Flash. Sure and I o group was saying that via networks users were trans trans coding videos into flash that for copyright infringement. Okay, so that they were taking a video that were under copyright, and through the process of trends coating them, that was violating the copyright, and they said that they said that via was responsible for this because as as a coder they were, they were implicit in the. They were they were actually they were giving the people the ability to infringe just from the very nature of what the service was in the court ruled that the process was automated, and that therefore yeah video had no knowledge, and like they they could not know what the content was because the actual. Process of trance coding had nothing to do with a human being reviewing stuff and saying hey, wait a minute. It was really good that a really important clear cut case to prevent that kind of legal action shooting in the future, and that makes sense because I mean youtube had for a long time was always encoding videos into flash until a couple of. Switchover html five. But same sort of thing. That Viacom cases just kind of spinning courts right now. Both sides arguing that the other is burdened with the proof that that youtube and therefore google had no idea what was going on. And and really. How do you prove that someone doesn't know something right? You have to have evidence that they did. No, that's the only way you can prove can't prove negative, but if you are able to prove that they did know and knowingly allowed it to happen, that would be the the case all right well. We've got a little bit more to say about the DMCA, but before we get into that, let's take another quick break. With the capital, one quicksilver card, you earn unlimited one point five percent cashback.

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11:49 min | 1 year ago

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"Free that's A. S. A. N. A. DOT COM getting back into the DMC. We're ready to move onto title to and I know some of you are thinking they're five titles here. How long is this going to go? But really titles one and two are the big ones and the other ones are. We'll we'll touch on them but they won't be quite as an extensive so title. Two is the online copyright infringement liability limitation act which creates limitations on liability for online service providers for copyright infringement winning gauged in certain types of activities so this is of course where the term safe harbor comes from is this title two of the DMCA so safe harbor is essentially this idea that if you are an online service provider and that could be anything from an Internet service provider an ISP to a platform that people use on the Internet. Like Tumbler Youtube. Yeah exactly that. If you provide that service you are not necessarily monetarily liable for any copyright infringement. That's being performed by the users of your platform right now but there are again very specific rules in play. It's not that you're a given free license. You can't just sit there and say safe harbors safe harbor. I'm okay you have to actually show that you are one unaware that the stuff is going on and to you cannot be benefiting from the fact that infringement is going on right and furthermore if a company contacts you and says hey this thing is on your site. I it's it's copyright infringement. Please take it down. You have to do that to responded very quickly. And that's one of the reasons why we see these. These things happen where youtube will pull something very quickly because they have to under the rules of DMCA. If they received that notification I mean there's PROB- several big cases against Youtube that are all about copyright infringement. Viacom has a huge case which is still going on. That was filed in two thousand seven over contention of hundred sixty thousand clips that had been viewed one point five billion times and they were basically saying youtube you. I'll quote from it because Youtube directly profits from the Availabil- availability of popular infringing on its site. It has decided decided to shift the burden entirely onto copyright owners to monitor the Youtube site on a daily or hourly basis to detect infringing videos. So Viacom saying hey. This should not be our job and YouTube. Saying hey shouldn't be our job either. Seventy two hours worth of material being uploaded every minute. There's no one who can sit there and go over every single frame of every single video that's always Being submitted to the service. And that's basically what the court said. They threw it out without even being tried in. Twenty ten came back actually in April of two thousand twelve there was a reversal. The the court said that basically a reasonable jury could have found that that youtube was aware of what was going on. And just not taking steps right. Yes that's that's one of the things under DMCA that if the the surprise aware of it they have to take steps to prevent now again. If it's something it comes under fair use. That's where it gets muddy again really sticky and yeah because I mean it's it's not. It's not youtube job to determine what is fair use and what is not and the the the copyright holder is supposed to at least take into consideration before taking steps but ultimately fair uses something. That's decided in a court of law you know it's it's it's all down to does the copyright holder wants to take the steps to actually Prosecute someone and then the court decides if it was fair use or not. That's the real problem with us. It's really something that's decided after a court case if no court case happens so if a copyright holder never comes after you for the way. You've used something you could argue. That's because it's fair use but legally speaking. That's not the determination. It's just that no one came after you That doesn't mean that they won't come after you sometime in the future. This is the fun part of Copyright Law Right. So let's talk about some of the the things that that the the limitations on liability cover for copyright infringement. This'll safe harbor idea. One of them is transitory communications. Now this limited liability of a service provider when all the providers doing is acting as a data conduit in other words all they're doing is allowing information to pass from one entity to another entity. They're not they're not taking part in whatever. The content is They're essentially there's pipes and if you are the one who owns the pipes. You cannot be held responsible monetarily for any copyright infringement material that passes along as long as you are not complicit in that transaction so in other words if you're a service provider and you are not knowingly providing people the chance to send copyright infringement cereal back and forth or you're not profiting from it then you're not liable but if you're profiting from it then there's a problem and that's one of the things against Youtube. Is that if youtube is running ads against videos. Then that means the profiting from those videos so if the videos our videos that infringe upon something then there's there's a case there for DMCA now granted most of the time. The first step is still saying. Take this down and if you does that that's usually as far as it goes but it's something to keep in mind next system caching That limits reliability of service that retains data to send it later at cinders discretion so there are a lot of different ways of thinking about this but imagine that you have scheduled something to post at a particular time. Well a copy of that. Information may be existing on a service provider's site but what you're saying is that if materials copyrighted and it's an authorized. It's an unauthorized copy. The system cannot be held responsible for holding that copy because they're really just fulfilling their service again. Same rules apply. They can't be complicit they can't be profiting from it Storage of information on systems or networks at direction of users. Same sort of thing. You have on cloud storage if if I have a cloud storage account and the you know part of that is that I I am trusting that my provider is not snooping in on all the stuff that I'm storing on my cloud storage Then you know you can't hold the cloud storage company responsible. If I'm filling up my storage with you know all right to look at all every single one of the files right when I put my unauthorized discography of Brittany Spears up there. They can't you know they're not held responsible for it right. I should definitely hold responsibility for something like that if I were to ever do that. And I fully expect to be held responsible and also will never happen Then there's the information location tool since this. Is things like search engines so if you were to type in something in a search engine for example you were interested in a particular television show. Let's say I don't know supernatural and you were type that in some of the links that came back linked to things that were infringing. Copyright the search engine would not be held responsible for those links unless again it was violating those other roles so in other words you can't blame for putting a link up to material that infringes upon copyright because Google is not the one responsible for the material. It's just reporting. It's just a dexing links although it does do so with ads that makes me wonder. What's any kind of any of that sticky there? That's probably another issue but again there are also told that if someone reports that they are supposed to block access or taking those links down dents raised a lot of ir in the various communities online about the idea of blocking links because it's essentially breaking one of the fundamental parts of the Internet or at least the web if not the Internet. Anyway it's a different discussion Those are the four main areas where the liability is limited. They also says section twelve which is the specific section of the The law that this The it also contains a provision to ensure that service providers are not placed in the position of choosing between limitations on liability on the one hand and preserving the privacy of their subscribers on the other so in other words they are not supposed to be put into any kind of position where they have to identify someone when part of their business is all about. Hey your driver respect the privacy. Yeah they are supposed to be allowed to remain free of that. But even that has some issues so Like but essentially this is to make sure that they remain in compliance with things like the electronic communications privacy. Act SO in other words you're talking about two different laws here that kind of conflict with one another which one has precedents. In this case the privacy hell holds up over the copyright violation and really the reason why this whole section exists is to prevent companies from having to undergo massive amounts of expenses to defend themselves or also to endure excessive interference from copyright holders or from government officials and So you know the fact that the DMC stuff is in a way it's you could you could see it as a way of of bending to the will of copyright holders. That's the way a lot of critics point painted right like the. Dmca is just the government. laying down in front of copyright holders. But this one just one really actually work saw in the other direction in favor of the service providers who are just trying to do their jobs and are not necessarily. There was a case in two thousand six. I O group felt a complaint against networks for networks had site that would let users trans code video into flash sure and and I AGREE. He was saying that via networks users were trans- trans- coding videos into flash that that were copyright infringement. Okay so that they were taking a video that were under copyright and through the process of trends coating them that was violating the copyright and. They said that they said that via was responsible for this. Because as as a coder they were. They were implicit in the they were. They were actually. They were giving the people the ability to infringe just from the very nature of what the service was in the court ruled that the process was automated and that therefore yeah video had no knowledge and like they. They could not know what the content was because the actual process of trance. Coding had nothing to do with a human being reviewing stuff and saying. Hey wait a minute. It was really good that a really important clear cut case to prevent that kind of legal action shooting in the future and that makes sense because I mean youtube had for a long time was always encoding videos into flash until a couple of switchover. Html five but same sort of thing that Viacom cases just kind of spinning courts right now. Both sides are arguing that the other is burdened with the proof that that youtube and therefore google had no idea what was going on and and really how do you prove that someone doesn't know something right. You have to have evidence that they did. No that's the only way you can prove. You can't prove negative but if you are able to prove that they did know and knowingly allowed it to happen that would be the The case all right. Well we've got a little bit more to say about the DMCA but before we get into that. Let's.

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03:58 min | 2 years ago

"action shooting" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And the public horizontal bop seems to be a new release in forest park i'm sorry mt healthy saying that they should have gotten the room they are looking now for a couple who apparently were having sex in plain sight in the city park on hill avenue a wednesday night about eight o'clock it was still daylight they were in full view of kids and other people who are in the park and apparently in full view of the surveillance cameras that the park has well well they read a silver ford focus but they've got pretty good pictures of both the man and the woman who they are looking for they were doing it in the car or on a picnic table they were in the car but i guess it was in an area of the park that was not isolated and they really didn't seem too concerned about anyone who might have wandered by at least that's the police account that they put on facebook so mt healthy police went to facebook to try and i guess shame these people or at least To try and get maybe some other interested parties to come forward to say, hey, I recognize them like maybe a X Y for current wife or husband. Individuals wanted for public indecency. And if you know anything about this, contact the healthy police department like I said, if you're interested in seeing their photos, they've got it on their Facebook page. Okay. Coming up, our news at six thirty. This is the week, we member police officers who've died in the line of duty. There is a memorial March plan downtown today. We'll have all the details and fifteen minutes on NewsRadio. Wwl, w let's start movies here. I have my favorite fat guide to movies affected movies dot com standing by Kevin car. Kevin took a look at some trailers here and John wick three looks like it has some serious violence in it. It does. Yes. You've got the third John week movie, which is the continuation of the John wick saga about the best. Fashion this acid in the world, that has tried to get out and pulled back in after someone kills his dog a couple movies ago. This one is more crazy violence and action shooting. Everybody up. You've got a little bit of Halle Berry, helping them should some people up in parts. Be fair. He stabs people to, oh, that's true. Everything we do everything you'd expect from another John week movie. It does not have the femme, the quiet niceness of the other ones. It is completely crazy. I wanna fun not to be taken seriously. But, you know, it's quite entertaining, right? Then trial by fire looks interesting. And based on a true story, as they say guess, based on a true story of a guy who was convicted in Texas of murder, and it's, it's a look at his serve a look at his trial. And then in a appeals that were attempted in order to get him off of death row. It'd be end. It's a sensually a, an anti-death penalty movie because it's, it's looking at elements of his conviction and and how it turned out. But it throws everything at the wall with doesn't have really good focus at times. You've got you've got lower Dern playing. I think it's a. Manufactured character of, of a person trying to get him appealed out of the death penalty, and she's a good actor, but it does it does try and it gives you everything you can the death penalty argument with rather rather than focusing on one or two things. Then we have a dog's journey, which is about a dog's journey. The sun is also a star, which is a cute little Ron com that we don't have time to talk about much more. For those, but yeah. It's got a couple of things out this week..

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"action shooting" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"action shooting" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Week only Thursday tomorrow. So can we all say at freyre that? Miss disturbed. Young woman. Soul pays age. Eighteen was a threat to everyone in Colorado and a different state now is found this morning. Can we keep our eyes open for please? If you're listening to me on Colorado's can you s right now, she may or may not have been arrested. We'll take some time to figure it out. But everybody is on the eighteen year old soul pays she threatened everyone in Colorado and specifically allegedly specifically threaten Columbine. And she allegedly bought a shotgun and the twentieth. Anniversary of that horrific slaughter is later this week. And perhaps she was planning. Nobody knows she's disturbed young woman. Everyone's looking for. So the massive manhunt underway closed some Denver schools, put others on lock in her plane landed in Denver. According to the FBI, and then she went out and purchase a pump action shot got an ammunition. Now, she could be anywhere and have done something to herself. We don't know just go find your picture stare at it. She five foot five she's wearing camouflage pants black boots and a black shirt. Five foot. Five is. And if she carrying a shotgun. You know, it's her it's not a hard description. Let's let's try and get together Pete Buddha. Edge. Headey townhall in Des Moines Iowa last night that was supposed to track fifty people. It true sixteen hundred and fifty people in Des Moines. Now, I got a theory. A theory deep inside. Oh, yeah. Now, if I had a producer. I'd have some music for that. I got a feeling deep inside. Oh, yeah. I know they're they're clueless. By the way, saw amazing grace last night.

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"action shooting" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"action shooting" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"There's no basis upon which to pursue charges because they acted reasonably rationally given the training giving the state of the law given their position as an officer. And one of the things that we were talking about during the break that I found fascinating is you know, what I see as the ideal is. I agree with you that there ought to be real consequences for making real mistakes. Right. There ought to be real consequences for abuses. Both both negligence, mistake and abuse should have real severe consequences. However what I don't wanna see is. I don't wanna see officers in scenarios where they reasonably should react in a certain way up tune, including lethal force, and they're hesitating and second guessing themselves potentially resulting in the death of themselves fellow officer or a member of the public because the instead of thinking about their tactical situation they're thinking about their legal situation. So I think that part of it is I think we really need to think carefully about exploring nonlethal force in police action shooting sandbags at people. Doing things that you know, even teargas, I know it's very. I don't love the idea of tear gas, but something like that that neutralizes situations rather than kills people. I just don't understand why police officer needs to show up and kill someone. It doesn't seem necessary. And this isn't a war. They're not in a war time between their neighborhood and the police, and so if you're taking out your gun, and they should at least feel is worried as any individual is about if you take out your gun appointed at someone else. There's going to be legal consequences for that as citizens, and I think the police officers should be held to a similar standard not the same. But if a police officer's going to point a gun at a citizen. That should be reviewed. Six five one nine eight nine.

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"action shooting" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"action shooting" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"It is smart Davut. They should have it. I think also because it's a not a thought somebody's actual like a commercial building. But. Tara wants to know, I love seeing Kato's nomination speech. Get repeatedly interrupted was at the worst nomination speech since Sam 's BB twenty the opposite of female empowerment lecture, Melissa, it was a pretty bad speech. I can't I'm totally on offense though, about whether I like people, interrupting these speeches or not I feel like I I don't like it because it ruins the decorum of the nominations. And you know, it like, it's it's you're supposed to be respectful of the show wage, that's kind of thing. And then win the nominations happen. You're supposed to just like, you know, suck it up and take it. But at the same time, it creates an very interesting episode, and it creates fun moments to watch and talk about, but I just I don't like I wouldn't like this to be a pattern that happens every single time because then it just devolves into nobody can get like people plan these speeches out, maybe Cato, didn't really. Plan is really plan. These six of the seven dwarves weren't happy was planned. His family. Probably really he says he has a lot of canned phrases. I think and can jokes. And he just like throws them out wherever the moment might right? I feel like counterpoint Melissa there though is can anyone respect Kato kaylin? It'd be after tonight. Yes. I certainly can't again. Meli hertie. Okay. Tend to Taryn want those who does Melissa casual mom like on this season. Have you checked in with your mom about celebrity big, brother? I need to check in with her again, but she was disappointed that Jonathan left. She was not happy that that was something. I think she wanted him to stick around. She likes the players who were there to like in it to win it and deploy. And I don't think that she she didn't follow him from his movie career that she just like them on the show. Yes, he she doesn't really know. A lot of the people that are currently on the show. She knows you know, real housewives and stuff like that. So she's not really following these people or join these people because of their previous careers, it's based on who's playing the game and who's really trying and you know, that's what she maybe much of a casual and maybe not, you know, she she may be I think I think she's a little tainted because I give her too much information. L didn't fall far from the tree so trail tree of temptation. All right. So let's talk about the weekend on the live feeds as we start to get ready for tomorrow night's Vic Shen episode if you are going to be bouncing out here. We got a great show on Monday night Caitlin Herman scheduled to be here with us in the studio very excited about that coming up on Monday nights. So be on the lookout for that. And everybody else. Let's talk about what's going on with the spoilers. The office of civil defense issue with the following message. This is. Spoiler. Spoiler than actual player goes to this country has and protective action shooting take. All right spoilers are here. Okay. All right. So melissa. We got a vote coming up tomorrow..

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"action shooting" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"action shooting" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The morning drive now in-depth coverage contending with Mark McKay. Significant slowdown twenty five in DeKalb county leaving highway seventy eight trying to get to the I eighty five spaghetti junction interchange, a little lighter than normal circling the city on the inner and the outer loop downtown's been a challenge at times what's left over now or slow traffic seventy five eighty five northbound leading one sixty six to midtown refresh the right out of the northern suburbs in less than six minutes. WSB WBZ news time is seven two. This is morning news, and here's MARCY Williams, Judd Hickinbotham. New from overnight gunfire erupts at the tower liquor store in Atlanta WSB Bill Caiaccio reports. Live a security guard is under arrest. A suspect is caught red-handed stealing liquor. And that's when the security guard takes action shooting the man in the elbow. He then chases the. Firing several warning shots the guard eventually got the liquor back and the suspect took cover inside the tariff theater on Cheshire bridge road the guard is facing reckless conduct charges. Police say he's charged for the level of force. He had to use to apprehend the suspect. The suspect may also face charges. He's in stable condition at Grady hospital reporting live Bill Caiaccio WSB. WSB news time seven oh. Two and new congress faces the same old government shutdown. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington as the house changes hands this afternoon, Democrats will push through funding bills to end the partial government shutdown bring to the floor legislation which will the GOP leader Mitch McConnell says the plan is dead on arrival in the Senate one partisan vote in the house not going to solve anything. It means this shutdown will continue into the one hundred and sixteen congress, President Trump appears to be digging in his heels, it's it's too important to.

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Robert Downey Jr.'s original Iron Man suit has been stolen

John Gibson

02:14 min | 4 years ago

Robert Downey Jr.'s original Iron Man suit has been stolen

"Homeward bound dime jackie quinn with abc news minute the three american detainees freed by north korea are expressing their deep appreciation to the us government for securing their release president trump is thanking north korea's leader it will be i think a very special time nobody thought this was going to happen he also discussed the planning for their upcoming meeting we're just working arrangements but not police are charging a mississippi man with murder because they say his actions shooting at officers during a traffic stop in jackson caused a policeman to fire back striking and killing chauncey reads brother federal prosecutors in california and florida suing to companies that provide stem cell treatments trying to stop them from claiming the procedures can cure cancer and heart disease without proof of safety or effectiveness i'm jacky quin police are looking for a superhero someone took an expensive iron man suit from los angeles movie props storage facility a police report filed about the theft says the suits estimated value is three hundred twenty five thousand dollars the suit apparently went missing from the facility between february and april twenty fifth kcbs tv first reported the investigation and says the crimson and gold costume was used in the two thousand eight iron man film which starred robert downey junior the number of women giving commencement speeches is up and as a piece oscar wells gabriel reports the metoo movement is a factor in that companies hire to land celebrity speakers for major colleges say that they have been flooded with requests for female speakers this graduation season so much so they say they are having trouble keeping up the schools are not specifically saying that this is because of the sexual misconduct scandal that has been rocking the nation but they note that students do help make the final selections and with me to going strong student groups are more likely to lean toward female speakers to impress alumni and helped recruit future students i'm oscar wells gabriel the decision to pull out of the nuclear agreement with iran is being called a.

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