35 Burst results for "Alberto"

"alberto" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY

DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY

01:54 min | Last week

"alberto" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY

"Play some tunes in the house. Alberto, I can't hear you. Hey, there you go. Oh yeah, I

Alberto
Benedict's admirers keep streaming to Vatican to honor him

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Benedict's admirers keep streaming to Vatican to honor him

"Mourners lined up for a second day to pay their respects to Pope emeritus Benedict the 16th, who has died at the age of 95. Security officers opened up the metal barriers outside St. Peter's Basilica in the early hours to allow the first stream of faithful to enter. Some such as Rome resident Alberto Natalie told the AP that he had been waiting in line from as early as 4 a.m. to say his final goodbyes to the Pope, about 65,000 people came to pay their respects on the first day alone, double what Italian security had predicted, Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban was among those coming to the basilica viewing, like Benedict once did or Ben has pushed for a revival of what conservatives in Europe view as Europe's Christian roots, Pope Francis will lead the funeral mass at Saint Peter's square for his predecessor who retired in 2005. I'm Karen Chammas

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"alberto" Discussed on LeVar Burton Reads

LeVar Burton Reads

03:41 min | 2 months ago

"alberto" Discussed on LeVar Burton Reads

"Hi, I'm LeVar Burton, and this is LeVar Burton reads. In every episode, I handpick a different piece of short fiction and I read it to you. The only thing these stories have in common is that I love them. And I hope you will too. You know, there's been a good number of stories on the podcast that really tap into childhood and revisit childhood experiences. And I think that's probably for a couple of reasons. I think children are brilliant. And I love how they use their imaginations. But it's also because being a child, a person early in their lives, such a unique experience. Children are brought into a world that's already spinning and working and churning, and they have to figure out what's going on around them at the same time, they're learning to eat food and walk. And read. They have to square the world with what they know, or have experienced, right? The boy, in this story, is in the fourth grade. His family immigrated from Mexico and now he's being raised solo by his dad. They've been dealt a tough hand and the boy is doing his best to understand why and how these things have happened, while also dealing with school and crushes on girls. The author of this story, Luis Alberto orea, has said that it was inspired by his own boyhood. His own dad, who worked driving a bakery truck. And the story has brought a lot of personal memories, letting back for me. Louise's dad drove a helms bakery truck and my childhood in Sacramento. It was the wonder bread truck. And there are more similarities that I'll talk about after this story. Anyway, it's a really special piece that comes to us from the anthology, small odysseys, selected shorts presents 35 news stories. It was published by algonquin books in partnership with the wonderful radio program and live show selected shorts. And Luis Alberto Rea is a bestselling Mexican American poet, novelist, and essayist who's been a Pulitzer Prize finalist for nonfiction. Member of the Latino literature Hall of Fame and a Guggenheim fellow, just to name a few of his honors. His most recent novel is entitled the house of broken angels, and he's got another novel out next year. It's entitled, goodnight, Irene. And it's inspired by his mother's own Red Cross service during World War II. I truly loved reading this story, y'all. So if you are ready, let's take a deep breath.

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"alberto" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY

DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"alberto" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY

"Done. I wanna hold my hand. I wanna hold my hands. I want to hear from me. I still want to sing one bears of that song for you. Can I? I'm asking. Because I'm asking, this is like one time life in a life in the life. This is the only time that I'm to ask. Go ahead. Everybody. Photograph, you don't. I love your work. It's a bad person. Saying that a lot of you is not the worst I want to hear from you it's not that I want to not I don't remember despise. The way to show me how life is more than happy to make it. I have to say that I love me. 'cause I don't know. I know that you love me. That's why you follow my orders after all. You're about hacker. How good are you? Would you sing a word? Reducing that channel, but anybody interrupted. Oh, sorry. What song? I didn't hear, sorry. This show was just. Saying, would you please sing it without any one interrupting? Without Alberto interactive. I don't know the entire lyrics but I'm going to sing when I don't know the lyrics. Saying that I love you. It's not the worst I want to hear from you it's not that I run to room I don't know this part and then I didn't. Tell me how you feel more than what I see all you have to do for me. That's your love me. 'cause I don't any longer we miss it. I don't remember. I'm sorry. If I do go ahead, who was a go ahead? Do you want to say that? I have 6% right now. My phone is going to turn off. In a while. So here. Oh, it must have been my least it took the words right out of my mouth. Oh, it must have been my jewelry. Do you know me? Okay, now I have a challenge for you being where you are. 99 99 99 left below. 99 red blood. No, no. I mean, I kind of think in German. So. Amazing. I have no idea. Let me tell you.

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WATCH:  Man attempts to shoot Argentina's vice president

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

WATCH: Man attempts to shoot Argentina's vice president

"Argentine vice president Christina Fernández appeared on Friday for the first time since the apparent assassination attempt she suffered at the night before Walking out of her residence for nemesis greeted by cheering supporters thousands more were at the Plaza de Mayo square in Buenos Aires where union leaders politicians human rights advocates and cultural icons had gathered the country's political leaders have quickly condemned the attempted shooting as an assault on democracy and the rule of law with president Alberto Fernández holding a late night national broadcast to tell argentines just how close the vice president came to being killed I'm Charles De

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Argentina’s Vice President Unharmed After Assassination Attempt

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Argentina’s Vice President Unharmed After Assassination Attempt

"A man has tried to shoot Argentina's politically powerful vice president Christina Fernández outside her home but the handgun misfired Authorities say the man was quickly overpowered by her security officers in the incident on Thursday president Alberto Fernández who's not related to the vice president a former president herself saying the pistol did not discharge when the man tried to fire it Gino de bay a witness who was at the incident told The Associated Press she had heard the sound of the trigger being pulled adding she hadn't realized it was a handgun until

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CA Schools Lost Children-LA School Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

CA Schools Lost Children-LA School Intro and Wrap

"School starts today in Los Angeles the school system is grappling with chronic absenteeism Superintendent Alberto carvalho and others went door to door before the first day seeking out the lost children who have not been going to school on a regular basis since the pandemic There are thousands of kids We thought had left the community had not enrolled in school but in fact are in our community They just disengaged They disconnected They fell off the radar Carvalho met with students like Jordy Luna I lost that sense of importance to school So I started showing up Now Luna says he's excited to rejoin his classmates and play on the football team Ten year old Caitlin Cantor says online learning made it hard to focus I think kind of really learn anything I learned a few things but this time I might learn something In the last year 50% of students in Los Angeles were considered chronically absent I'm Ed Donahue

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"alberto" Discussed on twitterspaces

twitterspaces

19:16 min | 6 months ago

"alberto" Discussed on twitterspaces

"Of your bio from your LinkedIn page. Oh, why do I can talk about myself without reading? I would be better. That would be better. Why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself? I know. Yeah, that's right. Well, guys, I am a computer engineer. I am my name is Alberto, first of all. I want to kill. I am from Uruguay, of America. And I am a computer engineer. I have been working for 20 years into information security in different fields, such as computer forensics, consulting, I have a BMP certification, which is a pressure management professional from the PMA organization, and that allowed me to lead many projects, implementing information security management systems, based on the norm, so I select 27,000, which I am also satisfied, and I am the first hacker in Uruguay that will seem to be, but that's not the main point, the pain point is that I was sent to research and for trying to help others seem to present without being guilty of any crime. And well, I am here with my friend Tony that I met on the address spaces. And well, she invited me to talk in a space with her and I'm very honored to be here today. Thank you. And I want to welcome everyone to this nice space. I see we have Jason, who I met also on Twitter space bunsen and beaker who hosts an incredible portrait of phrases. Make sure you follow. I guess he does a great work and also my good friend Jason, who is an incredible guitarist. He plays beautiful music for me and hi there. So she's just kind of remark the sky as we follow each other. How are you? And hi Mike, how are you, space Mike, and also let's say hi to mister proctor 31 and also to Samantha. Hi, everybody. Welcome to this space. And again, another disclaimer. We are recording this space. I am running an analytics on this space. So if you could go ahead and share this out and invite all your Friends, even if they're not seen on this base, there are people listening to us right now according to the software. I wanted to talk a little bit about some of the things that you experienced. But what made you decide to reach out? I mean, you know, they say that no good deal unpunished. Alberto, I wonder, can we talk a little bit about that? Well, maybe you decide to reach out and to help your country. Wait, do you mean after or before being arrested? Before being arrested, I mean, did you thought that you would get arrested for doing this? Absolutely not. It was something that never crossed my mind. It was something that for me, it was impossible that would never happen. I mean, if you ask anyone from my school, when I was a child, when I was in university, I was probably the most introverted person in the class, the person that if you have told anyone of my act Friends from college, who will be impression, if you have to do one person in the future, I would probably leave it the last in the list to be considered, no, never across my mind. And as I work in cybersecurity, one of the key things that we do is finding some problems in systems, you may find them in the place where you work and you are paid for finding them. I mean, that's part of your issue. Or actually, when you go to your house and you tell your computer, you can also find security problems in systems that are not under your control. And yeah, I did find a lot of problems in many systems. And all the time, I reported them in order to help those people that both the companies that are involved and the people whose information is started in those systems that are being vulnerable without wanting anything in return. I mean, there are no problems here in Europe. So you do it just to help you then get I mean, you don't get to eat sometimes I think in return, but I consider that that's the thing to do because otherwise somebody with bad intentions will probably find the same problem you found. And they will be affecting the private information of a lot of people, which I really like because privacy for me is something patients and I respect other people's privacy and I want my what I don't want to I don't want to be invaded by policy and my life is quite public right now, but I really think the priorities should be really respected. But I have reported for years not to accompanies to what I find the best, but to assert of my country, the search is agency of the development that handles all the security things that are linked to the government and to critical systems or importance systems such as America providers, for example, or financial financial institutions. And well, I have done it for years. And I never had any problem. Until I found a very important security issue in America provider that was the provider of my ex-girlfriend where she wanted to set an appointment in the system and she gave me a computer to do that. And well, before she gave me her username and password, I was already in the system with the privilege of administrator being able to see absolutely everything everything out there, the provider with the username admin and the password admin, which is something that is hard to relieve, but it was true. So I immediately reported that to the serve. And then I forgot about it because you had to report it and you don't need to get any update or you have to know how the incident is being handled and solved. That's not part of the report. You are just the person who reported it and that's it. And the year after that, I went again to a website and when you add in this field for so many years, you plan its mail when a system has security flows just by taking a look at it and you see certain patterns or certain indicators that the site can be easily captured to put them away. And again, in 5 minutes, I would say it will access to all the medical records of all the uses of the system, just modifying a parameter in the URL, which means, for example, you have a URL that has a number on it at the end and you change that number that you start surfing through all the records without being authenticated in the system, which means you didn't need a username or password, anywhere you could access to that information, just having the URL, and a report that two years after that September 2017 Interpol visit, arrested me, and I was sent to prison accused of having had the medical provider. That's what happened to me. You mean, they actually used the word admin as a password. They believe it or not, it's probably the, it's a problem that goes back to 19 60s that it was first pointed out as a big problem. And it's still 2021, but you still find systems that have the problem. And that works with scenarios that I have found in our abilities in systems, and Scala systems, such as those that controls the pump of the associations where you can access the without using even the username and password. The user is connected via template, and you can execute remotely comment to modify the parameters of the pumps in the gas stations, which is even worse that using admin admin. So I'm going to let anyone up yet to grab them I get me about ten minutes. I want to kind of like do some chat with Alberto. So Mike don't be upset. I got you. So we'll get you up here. 'cause I have a lot of questions to ask because I'm besides I want to kind of touch base on his books because I didn't realize how many books he had going on. There was a lot and it's on his profile, but he might want to take a look at it. But I wanted to talk to you a little bit about, I think all of us in this space, it has social network, right? We're all we have Facebook, Instagram, career, and all this stuff. And I've had friends who have lost their account, so on hacked in, they went in, they pretty much copied their account and create another one, especially Facebook, Facebook was an incredible place that has happened to a lot of my friends actually. So why would you do when you say Facebook is compromised? But what should someone do? Well, that is a question that somebody from Facebook should answer. It's a very frustrating situation. But from my experience, I mean, I have to clarify, I hate Facebook. So that's the point number one. I hate Facebook. So I am not as somebody who knows a lot about it because I don't use it. I have an account in Facebook. But I really refuse to do it. I don't know what they like. But when it comes to losing your account, I strongly relate that Facebook has implemented several processes and mechanisms in order to recover that. Such as having, for example, Friends contact that can allow you to verify that you are the person who is requesting to gain a gain access to certain account if it's been lost. So maybe you also have some kind of security questions such as showing images of friends and having to link them to names in order to prove that you know that people in order to prove that you are the person who is claiming their account back and I think that those countries probably work pretty well so it's not like okay, I got hacked and I have to forget about my account. The few places I know were sold that way, you should always have a backup email and to factor authentication and things like that. But that doesn't mean you are protected. If somebody hacks into your Facebook account, they can change up immediately everything that you have set for recovery, but nowadays all the systems normally requires you certain steps in order to modify that, for example, if somebody gets access to my Twitter account right now because they know my password, they will need my second factor authenticator in order to log in. But in case they get into my system because, for example, they still my application is still in the cookie station, not to be technical, means still in your session of the user. If somebody still starts cooking, then they take the account, it is basically Euclid herself in the pound and they can go to our account settings and care, for example, to change their password immediately, but in order to change that password, you need to enter the previous password. And probably you also need my second factor dictator. So I still in the cookie, which is the most. Easy way to still an account from Twitter or for many service because they're still in if they still cookie, they grab your identity, they don't need your password. So to assume to answer your question, just contact report that to Facebook and try to follow the steps that are part of the process of recovering. And you're going to probably. Unfortunately, I assume that certain amount of people are not lucky enough to remember that I found that I had to start from zero. And that's a big issue because the account that is being stolen can be used for I mean, they can contact your contacts and send them information or your reputation, basically they want there are many things that motivate somebody to have an account, one is rearrange another could be just to prove that they can do it. But the reason behind that is Ari, the fact is that you lost something that belongs to you and have information about you that you should be in control of and once you are being hurt, you lose that control and what they can do with your account is not up to you and that's really that's really something that makes you frustrated and powerless that something terrible. Yeah, I think that's everyone's nightmare. Everyone in this space I think we all are worried about that and thanks for sharing some of your tips or not. And I know you have your next year spaces your own is coming up at 6 o'clock, which you'll go more and more detail and I'll be co hosting with you. So also will be nana will be basically she has a lot of content regarding those topics that will be top in about. So manic with your will be co hosting with you. Samantha will be also telling what it is to what it feels to be had, how the life of a person is being impact when it is hard and her story can open the eyes of the people to know that if you have this really serious do anything you can to prevent that, but because when it happens, it feels out of your control. Your life can really turn into a nightmare. So you can really help a lot of people. Yeah, I mean, I just, you know, social media has been around for a long time and I'm one of those people that literally shared everything every part of my what I ate, you know, what I did, what events I'm at, I didn't even think about it. I don't have any remember four square or not. I remember just, you know, not thinking about it. I'm just always checking in, trying to be the mayor of a space, you know, like a restaurant or something, just to be there. And not once did we ever thought that, wow, someone could come through your house and rob you or, you know, still the identity based on what your profile set yourself up. So can you give us some little tips on what we should do from now on, especially now that we're also transparent and always sharing online? Well, actually, my recommendation is guys do not do what I do. Do not share when you go to Australia, take a picture and put afternoon Montevideo and I also put a time stamp in the pictures showing the data and the hour, don't do that guys, don't do what I do. That's no need to expose so much information allowed you. Everything you share can be used and probably will be used to, I mean, people are, as I said, the motivations for hacking are huge, but one of them is just to put that you can do it. And you see, okay, there's a guy that I follow that if it's a hacker that goes after people that are in the files, she hacks those accounts, for example, that hits motivation to develop those kind of users. Well, just the question is, what are you intuitive or in any social platform? If you want to connect with friends, then just create a private profile and connect with the people you know and you want to be in touch with. And don't allow any stranger in your network. If that's what you want, if you want, for example, like me, to be known and I don't know how to say it, to bring a message to create a world that's about certain topics and basically. Get to be known, I share too much information, probably, that I try to think about it in terms of cost and benefits are risk and benefit and put everything in the scale and well, I post too much information about me that I shouldn't. But I think it's worth what I get back from it. I mean, I get the attention and engagement from

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Chat w_ Alberto Daniel Hillmp3 - burst 2

twitterspaces

19:16 min | 6 months ago

Chat w_ Alberto Daniel Hillmp3 - burst 2

"Of your bio from your LinkedIn page. Oh, why do I can talk about myself without reading? I would be better. That would be better. Why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself? I know. Yeah, that's right. Well, guys, I am a computer engineer. I am my name is Alberto, first of all. I want to kill. I am from Uruguay, of America. And I am a computer engineer. I have been working for 20 years into information security in different fields, such as computer forensics, consulting, I have a BMP certification, which is a pressure management professional from the PMA organization, and that allowed me to lead many projects, implementing information security management systems, based on the norm, so I select 27,000, which I am also satisfied, and I am the first hacker in Uruguay that will seem to be, but that's not the main point, the pain point is that I was sent to research and for trying to help others seem to present without being guilty of any crime. And well, I am here with my friend Tony that I met on the address spaces. And well, she invited me to talk in a space with her and I'm very honored to be here today. Thank you. And I want to welcome everyone to this nice space. I see we have Jason, who I met also on Twitter space bunsen and beaker who hosts an incredible portrait of phrases. Make sure you follow. I guess he does a great work and also my good friend Jason, who is an incredible guitarist. He plays beautiful music for me and hi there. So she's just kind of remark the sky as we follow each other. How are you? And hi Mike, how are you, space Mike, and also let's say hi to mister proctor 31 and also to Samantha. Hi, everybody. Welcome to this space. And again, another disclaimer. We are recording this space. I am running an analytics on this space. So if you could go ahead and share this out and invite all your Friends, even if they're not seen on this base, there are people listening to us right now according to the software. I wanted to talk a little bit about some of the things that you experienced. But what made you decide to reach out? I mean, you know, they say that no good deal unpunished. Alberto, I wonder, can we talk a little bit about that? Well, maybe you decide to reach out and to help your country. Wait, do you mean after or before being arrested? Before being arrested, I mean, did you thought that you would get arrested for doing this? Absolutely not. It was something that never crossed my mind. It was something that for me, it was impossible that would never happen. I mean, if you ask anyone from my school, when I was a child, when I was in university, I was probably the most introverted person in the class, the person that if you have told anyone of my act Friends from college, who will be impression, if you have to do one person in the future, I would probably leave it the last in the list to be considered, no, never across my mind. And as I work in cybersecurity, one of the key things that we do is finding some problems in systems, you may find them in the place where you work and you are paid for finding them. I mean, that's part of your issue. Or actually, when you go to your house and you tell your computer, you can also find security problems in systems that are not under your control. And yeah, I did find a lot of problems in many systems. And all the time, I reported them in order to help those people that both the companies that are involved and the people whose information is started in those systems that are being vulnerable without wanting anything in return. I mean, there are no problems here in Europe. So you do it just to help you then get I mean, you don't get to eat sometimes I think in return, but I consider that that's the thing to do because otherwise somebody with bad intentions will probably find the same problem you found. And they will be affecting the private information of a lot of people, which I really like because privacy for me is something patients and I respect other people's privacy and I want my what I don't want to I don't want to be invaded by policy and my life is quite public right now, but I really think the priorities should be really respected. But I have reported for years not to accompanies to what I find the best, but to assert of my country, the search is agency of the development that handles all the security things that are linked to the government and to critical systems or importance systems such as America providers, for example, or financial financial institutions. And well, I have done it for years. And I never had any problem. Until I found a very important security issue in America provider that was the provider of my ex-girlfriend where she wanted to set an appointment in the system and she gave me a computer to do that. And well, before she gave me her username and password, I was already in the system with the privilege of administrator being able to see absolutely everything everything out there, the provider with the username admin and the password admin, which is something that is hard to relieve, but it was true. So I immediately reported that to the serve. And then I forgot about it because you had to report it and you don't need to get any update or you have to know how the incident is being handled and solved. That's not part of the report. You are just the person who reported it and that's it. And the year after that, I went again to a website and when you add in this field for so many years, you plan its mail when a system has security flows just by taking a look at it and you see certain patterns or certain indicators that the site can be easily captured to put them away. And again, in 5 minutes, I would say it will access to all the medical records of all the uses of the system, just modifying a parameter in the URL, which means, for example, you have a URL that has a number on it at the end and you change that number that you start surfing through all the records without being authenticated in the system, which means you didn't need a username or password, anywhere you could access to that information, just having the URL, and a report that two years after that September 2017 Interpol visit, arrested me, and I was sent to prison accused of having had the medical provider. That's what happened to me. You mean, they actually used the word admin as a password. They believe it or not, it's probably the, it's a problem that goes back to 19 60s that it was first pointed out as a big problem. And it's still 2021, but you still find systems that have the problem. And that works with scenarios that I have found in our abilities in systems, and Scala systems, such as those that controls the pump of the associations where you can access the without using even the username and password. The user is connected via template, and you can execute remotely comment to modify the parameters of the pumps in the gas stations, which is even worse that using admin admin. So I'm going to let anyone up yet to grab them I get me about ten minutes. I want to kind of like do some chat with Alberto. So Mike don't be upset. I got you. So we'll get you up here. 'cause I have a lot of questions to ask because I'm besides I want to kind of touch base on his books because I didn't realize how many books he had going on. There was a lot and it's on his profile, but he might want to take a look at it. But I wanted to talk to you a little bit about, I think all of us in this space, it has social network, right? We're all we have Facebook, Instagram, career, and all this stuff. And I've had friends who have lost their account, so on hacked in, they went in, they pretty much copied their account and create another one, especially Facebook, Facebook was an incredible place that has happened to a lot of my friends actually. So why would you do when you say Facebook is compromised? But what should someone do? Well, that is a question that somebody from Facebook should answer. It's a very frustrating situation. But from my experience, I mean, I have to clarify, I hate Facebook. So that's the point number one. I hate Facebook. So I am not as somebody who knows a lot about it because I don't use it. I have an account in Facebook. But I really refuse to do it. I don't know what they like. But when it comes to losing your account, I strongly relate that Facebook has implemented several processes and mechanisms in order to recover that. Such as having, for example, Friends contact that can allow you to verify that you are the person who is requesting to gain a gain access to certain account if it's been lost. So maybe you also have some kind of security questions such as showing images of friends and having to link them to names in order to prove that you know that people in order to prove that you are the person who is claiming their account back and I think that those countries probably work pretty well so it's not like okay, I got hacked and I have to forget about my account. The few places I know were sold that way, you should always have a backup email and to factor authentication and things like that. But that doesn't mean you are protected. If somebody hacks into your Facebook account, they can change up immediately everything that you have set for recovery, but nowadays all the systems normally requires you certain steps in order to modify that, for example, if somebody gets access to my Twitter account right now because they know my password, they will need my second factor authenticator in order to log in. But in case they get into my system because, for example, they still my application is still in the cookie station, not to be technical, means still in your session of the user. If somebody still starts cooking, then they take the account, it is basically Euclid herself in the pound and they can go to our account settings and care, for example, to change their password immediately, but in order to change that password, you need to enter the previous password. And probably you also need my second factor dictator. So I still in the cookie, which is the most. Easy way to still an account from Twitter or for many service because they're still in if they still cookie, they grab your identity, they don't need your password. So to assume to answer your question, just contact report that to Facebook and try to follow the steps that are part of the process of recovering. And you're going to probably. Unfortunately, I assume that certain amount of people are not lucky enough to remember that I found that I had to start from zero. And that's a big issue because the account that is being stolen can be used for I mean, they can contact your contacts and send them information or your reputation, basically they want there are many things that motivate somebody to have an account, one is rearrange another could be just to prove that they can do it. But the reason behind that is Ari, the fact is that you lost something that belongs to you and have information about you that you should be in control of and once you are being hurt, you lose that control and what they can do with your account is not up to you and that's really that's really something that makes you frustrated and powerless that something terrible. Yeah, I think that's everyone's nightmare. Everyone in this space I think we all are worried about that and thanks for sharing some of your tips or not. And I know you have your next year spaces your own is coming up at 6 o'clock, which you'll go more and more detail and I'll be co hosting with you. So also will be nana will be basically she has a lot of content regarding those topics that will be top in about. So manic with your will be co hosting with you. Samantha will be also telling what it is to what it feels to be had, how the life of a person is being impact when it is hard and her story can open the eyes of the people to know that if you have this really serious do anything you can to prevent that, but because when it happens, it feels out of your control. Your life can really turn into a nightmare. So you can really help a lot of people. Yeah, I mean, I just, you know, social media has been around for a long time and I'm one of those people that literally shared everything every part of my what I ate, you know, what I did, what events I'm at, I didn't even think about it. I don't have any remember four square or not. I remember just, you know, not thinking about it. I'm just always checking in, trying to be the mayor of a space, you know, like a restaurant or something, just to be there. And not once did we ever thought that, wow, someone could come through your house and rob you or, you know, still the identity based on what your profile set yourself up. So can you give us some little tips on what we should do from now on, especially now that we're also transparent and always sharing online? Well, actually, my recommendation is guys do not do what I do. Do not share when you go to Australia, take a picture and put afternoon Montevideo and I also put a time stamp in the pictures showing the data and the hour, don't do that guys, don't do what I do. That's no need to expose so much information allowed you. Everything you share can be used and probably will be used to, I mean, people are, as I said, the motivations for hacking are huge, but one of them is just to put that you can do it. And you see, okay, there's a guy that I follow that if it's a hacker that goes after people that are in the files, she hacks those accounts, for example, that hits motivation to develop those kind of users. Well, just the question is, what are you intuitive or in any social platform? If you want to connect with friends, then just create a private profile and connect with the people you know and you want to be in touch with. And don't allow any stranger in your network. If that's what you want, if you want, for example, like me, to be known and I don't know how to say it, to bring a message to create a world that's about certain topics and basically. Get to be known, I share too much information, probably, that I try to think about it in terms of cost and benefits are risk and benefit and put everything in the scale and well, I post too much information about me that I shouldn't. But I think it's worth what I get back from it. I mean, I get the attention and engagement from

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"alberto" Discussed on twitterspaces

twitterspaces

07:40 min | 6 months ago

"alberto" Discussed on twitterspaces

"Report. You are just the person who reported it and that's it. And the year after that, I went again to a website and when you add in this field for so many years, you plan its mail when a system has security flows just by taking a look at it and you see certain patterns or certain indicators that the site can be easily captured to put them away. And again, in 5 minutes, I would say it will access to all the medical records of all the uses of the system, just modifying a parameter in the URL, which means, for example, you have a URL that has a number on it at the end and you change that number that you start surfing through all the records without being authenticated in the system, which means you didn't need a username or password, anywhere you could access to that information, just having the URL, and a report that two years after that September 2017 Interpol visit, arrested me, and I was sent to prison accused of having had the medical provider. That's what happened to me. You mean, they actually used the word admin as a password. They believe it or not, it's probably the, it's a problem that goes back to 19 60s that it was first pointed out as a big problem. And it's still 2021, but you still find systems that have the problem. And that works with scenarios that I have found in our abilities in systems, and Scala systems, such as those that controls the pump of the associations where you can access the without using even the username and password. The user is connected via template, and you can execute remotely comment to modify the parameters of the pumps in the gas stations, which is even worse that using admin admin. So I'm going to let anyone up yet to grab them I get me about ten minutes. I want to kind of like do some chat with Alberto. So Mike don't be upset. I got you. So we'll get you up here. 'cause I have a lot of questions to ask because I'm besides I want to kind of touch base on his books because I didn't realize how many books he had going on. There was a lot and it's on his profile, but he might want to take a look at it. But I wanted to talk to you a little bit about, I think all of us in this space, it has social network, right? We're all we have Facebook, Instagram, career, and all this stuff. And I've had friends who have lost their account, so on hacked in, they went in, they pretty much copied their account and create another one, especially Facebook, Facebook was an incredible place that has happened to a lot of my friends actually. So why would you do when you say Facebook is compromised? But what should someone do? Well, that is a question that somebody from Facebook should answer. It's a very frustrating situation. But from my experience, I mean, I have to clarify, I hate Facebook. So that's the point number one. I hate Facebook. So I am not as somebody who knows a lot about it because I don't use it. I have an account in Facebook. But I really refuse to do it. I don't know what they like. But when it comes to losing your account, I strongly relate that Facebook has implemented several processes and mechanisms in order to recover that. Such as having, for example, Friends contact that can allow you to verify that you are the person who is requesting to gain a gain access to certain account if it's been lost. So maybe you also have some kind of security questions such as showing images of friends and having to link them to names in order to prove that you know that people in order to prove that you are the person who is claiming their account back and I think that those countries probably work pretty well so it's not like okay, I got hacked and I have to forget about my account. The few places I know were sold that way, you should always have a backup email and to factor authentication and things like that. But that doesn't mean you are protected. If somebody hacks into your Facebook account, they can change up immediately everything that you have set for recovery, but nowadays all the systems normally requires you certain steps in order to modify that, for example, if somebody gets access to my Twitter account right now because they know my password, they will need my second factor authenticator in order to log in. But in case they get into my system because, for example, they still my application is still in the cookie station, not to be technical, means still in your session of the user. If somebody still starts cooking, then they take the account, it is basically Euclid herself in the pound and they can go to our account settings and care, for example, to change their password immediately, but in order to change that password, you need to enter the previous password. And probably you also need my second factor dictator. So I still in the cookie, which is the most. Easy way to still an account from Twitter or for many service because they're still in if they still cookie, they grab your identity, they don't need your password. So to assume to answer your question, just contact report that to Facebook and try to follow the steps that are part of the process of recovering. And you're going to probably. Unfortunately, I assume that certain amount of people are not lucky enough to remember that I found that I had to start from zero. And that's a big issue because the account that is being stolen can be used for I mean, they can contact your contacts and send them information or your reputation, basically they want there are many things that motivate somebody to have an account, one is rearrange another could be just to prove that they can do it. But the

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"alberto" Discussed on twitterspaces

twitterspaces

06:55 min | 6 months ago

"alberto" Discussed on twitterspaces

"Of your bio from your LinkedIn page. Oh, why do I can talk about myself without reading? I would be better. That would be better. Why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself? I know. Yeah, that's right. Well, guys, I am a computer engineer. I am my name is Alberto, first of all. I want to kill. I am from Uruguay, of America. And I am a computer engineer. I have been working for 20 years into information security in different fields, such as computer forensics, consulting, I have a BMP certification, which is a pressure management professional from the PMA organization, and that allowed me to lead many projects, implementing information security management systems, based on the norm, so I select 27,000, which I am also satisfied, and I am the first hacker in Uruguay that will seem to be, but that's not the main point, the pain point is that I was sent to research and for trying to help others seem to present without being guilty of any crime. And well, I am here with my friend Tony that I met on the address spaces. And well, she invited me to talk in a space with her and I'm very honored to be here today. Thank you. And I want to welcome everyone to this nice space. I see we have Jason, who I met also on Twitter space bunsen and beaker who hosts an incredible portrait of phrases. Make sure you follow. I guess he does a great work and also my good friend Jason, who is an incredible guitarist. He plays beautiful music for me and hi there. So she's just kind of remark the sky as we follow each other. How are you? And hi Mike, how are you, space Mike, and also let's say hi to mister proctor 31 and also to Samantha. Hi, everybody. Welcome to this space. And again, another disclaimer. We are recording this space. I am running an analytics on this space. So if you could go ahead and share this out and invite all your Friends, even if they're not seen on this base, there are people listening to us right now according to the software. I wanted to talk a little bit about some of the things that you experienced. But what made you decide to reach out? I mean, you know, they say that no good deal unpunished. Alberto, I wonder, can we talk a little bit about that? Well, maybe you decide to reach out and to help your country. Wait, do you mean after or before being arrested? Before being arrested, I mean, did you thought that you would get arrested for doing this? Absolutely not. It was something that never crossed my mind. It was something that for me, it was impossible that would never happen. I mean, if you ask anyone from my school, when I was a child, when I was in university, I was probably the most introverted person in the class, the person that if you have told anyone of my act Friends from college, who will be impression, if you have to do one person in the future, I would probably leave it the last in the list to be considered, no, never across my mind. And as I work in cybersecurity, one of the key things that we do is finding some problems in systems, you may find them in the place where you work and you are paid for finding them. I mean, that's part of your issue. Or actually, when you go to your house and you tell your computer, you can also find security problems in systems that are not under your control. And yeah, I did find a lot of problems in many systems. And all the time, I reported them in order to help those people that both the companies that are involved and the people whose information is started in those systems that are being vulnerable without wanting anything in return. I mean, there are no problems here in Europe. So you do it just to help you then get I mean, you don't get to eat sometimes I think in return, but I consider that that's the thing to do because otherwise somebody with bad intentions will probably find the same problem you found. And they will be affecting the private information of a lot of people, which I really like because privacy for me is something patients and I respect other people's privacy and I want my what I don't want to I don't want to be invaded by policy and my life is quite public right now, but I really think the priorities should be really respected. But I have reported for years not to accompanies to what I find the best, but to assert of my country, the search is agency of the development that handles all the security things that are linked to the government and to critical systems or importance systems such as America providers, for example, or financial financial institutions. And well, I have done it for years. And I never had any problem. Until I found a very important security issue in America provider that was the provider of my ex-girlfriend where she wanted to set an appointment in the system and she gave me a computer to do that. And well, before she gave me her username and password, I was already in the system with the privilege of administrator being able to see absolutely everything everything out there, the provider with the username admin and the password admin, which is something that is hard to relieve, but it was true. So I immediately reported that to the serve. And then I forgot about it because you had to report it and you don't need to get any update or you have to know how the incident is being handled and solved. That's not part of the

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Dodgers erase late 6-run deficit, rally past Cardinals 7-6

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00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Dodgers erase late 6-run deficit, rally past Cardinals 7-6

"The Dodgers rally from a 6 to nothing deficit to defeat the Cardinals 7 to 6 to go ahead single delivered by hands or Alberto and makes a winner of manager Dave Roberts club He's one of the favorites in our Clubhouse and it's a tough role You know you don't play all the time and you're taking sporadic at bats And so it was one of those situations that I trusted the player Will Smith hits a two run home run for LA Nolan Arenado does the same for the cards the rally keeps Los Angeles starting pitcher Tony Godzilla and undefeated at 11 and O this season after allowing 5 runs in 5 innings Mike Reeves St. Louis

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"alberto" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY

DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY

05:26 min | 8 months ago

"alberto" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY

"Shit. Who are we going to see in COVID? Everybody left Kobe. Just army full of people with Kobe. Yeah, for real, I do. You're trying to go on to a war when we got a pandemic going on. Just to honor for the COVID. Yo, there's more people dying from COVID in the war than there is from actually shooting each other and shit. Oh man, it's insane, man. It's insane. Everything's going wrong, man. You couldn't plan it out like this. You know what I mean? Like, God damn. This is some wild ass shit. Hey, you know how, you know how I don't even know if this is real, but you know how they supposed to like, you waved the white flag and then they can't shoot you and stuff. I give up. What if like during this war to like, they're like, wait, wait, wait, I got COVID. You're like, oh man, we got to give him a pass. We can't shoot him. He's got COVID. Can't shoot him. That ain't going to happen. We all got COVID motherfuckers. Are you shoot him faster? You got COVID. Me too. But I got the wrinkle of COVID. I ain't got the delta, so you was worse off. We got that Delta, but it's that hero pen delta right there. Yes, sir. Yo, who we got in the waiting room right now? Oh man. We got the man. Let me go on ahead and then meet him. Alberto heel, eh? Don't tell us about me. Yo, this dude is the actually I don't want to say the name of the country because I know I'm a chop it up. Can you sit in them in the country? We got that double top, but what was it? How you doing? Hello guys. What's up? No, much. Can you see, can you see all three of us? So just the person that's talking right now. I can see the three of us. Just making sure how you doing tonight. I'm doing great, chest hearing about COVID. So we can talk about COVID. Since we're here, what country are you in.

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"alberto" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

04:29 min | 11 months ago

"alberto" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"But I personally love human proportions. And I love human feelings as well. And I feel that I want to continue that way. What are you so happy? Is that when you do very realistic animation as we did with human proportions, all of a sudden, people freaked out because it looks very real. But it's this same way as animators. They record them so and then they animate and when you see a little rat delivery in such a realistic way because the animation that you get from the professionals in the big studios is extremely real like you really believe that right. But when you put it on human proportions, then with people of mine, especially because the heads are not especially realistic or they're super simplified and I usually I usually go for that for simplification. I think that a lot of the times realistic proportions are realistic animation fills into the uncanny valley because it's full of too many details, hair, bores, skin details, things that you really don't need. Like right now, when I'm talking with you, I don't see most of your details, basically I see sort of like a simplification of you. And that's if I'm looking at your face, if I'm looking at whatever surrounds you, I don't even paying attention. So that's like between colored pixels for you and digital learning. Yeah, that should be the way in order to make a nice and gentle experience for the eye, because when you start filling up with a lot of details and rendering absolutely everything, then it gets oversaturated and it's difficult to actually believe it. But I want to jump in and say, there is still a strong character design and level of caricature to the faces, especially. Maybe not as much the bodies, on the bodies. But I think of the homeless man that that sequence, you know, he's got a strong silhouette, a bit kind of a big nose and things like that. I see it in, especially male characters. I'd say your male characters are a little bit more caricatured than your female characters. But the females have like tiny little button noses and things like that. So it is there. And it's funny because you don't, I think there's something that we, as a viewer, you kind of miss it a little bit. And if you compare it to a real person, it would stand out like crazy. But because of how you're treating the color and the tones and even the shadows and things like that, it reads as more realistic. And the movement, of course, too. The movement is very, I would say the movement is the most realistic level. I'm dying to see like a process video. I don't guess. Because I would too. You're telling me, from what I'm hearing you say Alberto, and I don't want to call you a liar because we're still getting to know you. But you're saying this is key frame animation. Where you call key frame traditional keyframe animation. Exactly, yeah. I mean, the guys that the animated, they are the guys at the animating the studios, and that's how they animate. So these are lies. He's a liar. No, but I mean, so is there live action reference you're saying? And you're just referring to it. I usually, for a windshield wiper, everything was very obviously low budget and I would just recording myself with my camera or maybe two angles sometimes now with my recent projects and I just deliver a new project now. I was doing a full on shoot with three cameras, three angles, proper lighting, dancers, actors, so we have all the angles possible. So the animator can study the movement and can check how everything looks in different ways but now there is a nice little ball suit, right? Suits with the ball sensors and stuff. No, we don't. I never did most capture and we don't do rotoscope. Like I am an animator myself. I was a 2D animator for a long time, and I was working in this dream works..

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"alberto" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

03:49 min | 11 months ago

"alberto" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"Or maybe it's a friend passion project. And because of their friend, you're going to put, but it's going to take a long time, and I'm barely going to touch it. And it's going to be off and on and off and on. And that's the stuff we want to do, but we don't, most of us. Let's be serious, right? And then there's like the free work we do for our friends and family. And that's kind of that passion sort of too. So like if I want to get Alberto to work on something, right? I have to either pay him a lot or he has to be my best friend and work for free. And. Jealous is we don't really get to do that other side. A lot of us professionals, we just put all that time into the paid stuff. And when I do do the free work, I'm usually like hacking it out. I'm not putting a lot of, you know what I mean? It's not my best work. And I love that you guys were able to have this thing to show that is some of your best work. And everybody's involved because they were so passionate about it. And they did it basically for free. More times than not, I'm sure. So Leo, how do you carve out time for that? You got a commercial studio. Right. Well, I think Alberto put it at the end. Passion project world, I mean, I will define it like that. I know that it has some you can get into very subtleties there that could be defined, but it's really a passion project. It has to be done that way. For me, how I got into this, I mean, going back a little bit into the you look at my portfolio, personal portfolio, through the years, all these years of mayor, which is in my mentor and that's how he said my path. And I continue doing that even with my studio. And we are happily doing cartoon animation and all of that. And one of the things with the studios inside started in 2012, it was do what we do is spend them in the outside being outside the studio will allow us to do things a little bit differently or innovate in other ways that are the studios you get the resources and the possibilities, but outside. You have other options to try with different artists, different projects, different approaches, and not being in that structure that could be great, being on a studio, but at the same time, certain times could be a little bit limiting. Because of that, I always look for Windows that will open. Sometimes could be different technologies, VR, other things, a big, big, big one, was Alberto Alberto's a friend Alberto and his style in Alberto the moment he showed me his cinematic. That was one of the windows that I'm like, as not just as an individual, but it's in general as a projection for my studio so they would be like a good window for opportunity to jump onto something that would be very challenging, but it could be extremely rewarding in many aspects. So that's how we started on this thing. What I find personally on my end you will find very well all these different three options. I feel like this could fall in when you need to a fourth option in some way because if Alberto was asking me to help him out, just for the love and glory of his artwork and just to bring my help in my expertise, that's something that you do occasionally in the moment that I would look at BC, probably that would have been like, well, there you have it. You'll be able to continue doing it. Finishing a project of this complexity and length is a different thing. So for me, the fact that it kind of evolves into a path together and each of us with our roles, but really in this case, a partnership is really what kept us at least on my site on my how do you say on my feet or in my tiptoes? All of us can continue because I'm going to say one of the hardest things in most challenging things, challenging things is this kind of project is to finish them..

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"alberto" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

02:33 min | 11 months ago

"alberto" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"Again, everything kind of evolved from the initial projection on how we're going to get involved. I mean, I had my team and we had to know how on character creation. That's what we were doing already. And that's how we started. We even had an animator that we started doing as far as we started doing animation tests. Working with Alberto, and eventually things evolved in a way that Alberto took on on that and work alert. You correct me if I'm wrong or if some things are in a specific, but he has started to work with also with Marco Regina in a bunch of amazing amazing animators and that's the part that Alberto took on as well. So we started at the end eventually like the whole animation supervision in production just landed on the right side. And then the final renders and all of that went through your studio, Alberto. I mean, listen, I think it's a little bit unfair to say at this point. Who did what? As I say, Leo Sanchez and Pinkman TV, they exist because we needed to create studios in order to finance and put some order. But in a way, it was way more organic than that. And it was definitely like a fusion in any case. Because we were also working remotely and other pioneer kind of thing here. We were actually working under the same roof. We were actually all working in the same server. And as a director, I was very much supervising everything. But I could never say that, okay, this is just layers studio. This is just ping man. This is I think it was way more organic than that. At the end of the day, it's almost like two guys working in a living room, having a bunch of collaborators, and then later in order of make things more clear, we needed to separate tasks, I mean, we could ask a lot of the times this question probably, other people working on this ambitious short films that we do on our own. You need to follow at the end to this organic process because it's true that you can have it very defined in trying to do it by the book. But 15 minutes, short animated short with this, it is level of complexities and all of that..

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"alberto" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

04:05 min | 11 months ago

"alberto" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"Is that how that works? Yeah, well, I usually do very specific anal sort of like design that I don't want to go to out of interpretation. Like I do like a full front sometimes. I mean for front and side view as well. And I usually leave the three quarters up to obviously some sort of like how you could call it interpretation. In terms of design, you can not actually match perfectly the front and the sides. Sometimes it's nice to leave it up to the modeler to give you those answers because they have a three dimensional vision of it. It's funny because I think you said two different things at once. You said I do very tight, clear drawings of the fronts inside people. But then I also leave it up for interpretation. So let me explain. When I do the science, this is like, this is exactly what I want. But of course there's vision is something that a modeler is going to do better because my side view and my front view, perhaps they don't match exactly, even though I try. So they're basically a map that there is the Boeing where the modeler needs to take over. Right. So now jump in Leo, what's that like then taking very detailed, but still have interpretation involved? Well, that's really our day to day, right? I mean, every project that every character designer director has their own way, in some cases, they give you something extremely flesh out. So the construction and everything might be perfectly done and then you take it to the 3D dimensions of where there was describing some other cases is merely like a sketch that you need to make a lot of interpretation. That's our day to day work that we do in terms of character creation. And then for alberti was exactly like that. I mean, there was the character designs very, very specific, but they're also 2D, very graphic. So the challenge was to take that into 3D in order to make that interpretation, working closely with Alberto, but also starting to work also in terms of those textures, how they're going to work. So we will be finding a way or so with Alberto since he was going to paint the textures that we could hand that to him. He was sending back to us. And then on our end also creating things that are important like shaders and the surface and how these two E flats versus or with 3D, more volumetric, how's that going to show? So we started to look at all of that in the same context, which is this is what really what we were used to do. And then one thing actually that I like to add to the design that is quite specific to the show and to this workflow with Alberto is the design was those two things with the designs were alive until the very end until the shot will be rendered pretty much. We work in a way that we could, first of all, we wanted to have the tools and the ability to make preserved the graphic aspects of Alberto designs on the screen while the characters move. So we had to sculpt a pretty much every frame in every shot just to get those angles or silhouettes. And then the second thing is that possibility of in the shot. Once even when the animation was done, we could still go with Alberto induced some tweaks into the design that would look better or in terms of camera or vertical path into that. But that's one of the other things that sometimes in features you lock down, obviously the design once it goes into full production. But in this case, which is I think there is a beauty on that as well. It kept being alive until just the very, very last minute. So things are both also progressively all the shots kind of together as well. I got to ask this question too for you, Leo, is I'm looking at your website, Leo Sanchez studios, and I just see cartoony cartoony, almost all you were to Disney on tangled, you were on the crudes to DreamWorks..

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"alberto" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

04:07 min | 11 months ago

"alberto" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"Actually produced a short and it was very cool. No, I was just saying that it was very cool because we both have our studio recently almost created and it was good in order to keep track and so finance, but in a way you and me we make some sort of like a fusion there. And if we had our studios separate to control things, very much you were like once to the under one same roof. We were very much leonie working tons of hours every night every weekend or a bunch of months where we were basically full time on the windshield wiper. And the whole thing was pretty intense when we were working on it because we were basically learning as we were going. Yeah, I mean, just trying to add a bit of that in my own experience. I absolutely absolutely was like that that kind of organic scene that kind of evolves. It starts in one way and I think that's a beauty a bit of this kind of projects and being so long how we'll change and how we evolve in terms of the studios for us for myself or my studio was the big challenge was really accelerated to say jump into a production was. We were much more focused and that's what we were getting into in the character development that was our expertise and all the character creation of 360. Big challenge was like, yeah, produce, especially a short film that is not so short, that is 15 minutes, take it to take it to that level and take it closer to the style and the expectations for virtual and so yeah, that's really so let's lay down a little bit of kind of what you guys do and then apply it to windshield wipers. So my understanding of Berto, no, sorry, Leo, is your studio primarily is creating characters, right? And that CG modeling is a big part of what you do and what you're known for, correct? And so, and then Alberto, you're definitely a visionary, and I'm kind of trying to figure out I'm assuming Alberto that windshield wiper is your story. Also, so are you did you practically did you do the storyboards for it? And then also design characters and then hand those over to Alberto to meet the models. Oh, sorry, Leo. To Leo to make the models. And tell me about sort of how that all that workflow worked between you guys. Very much what you said is I'm going to repeat it. I was basically, in this case, I didn't actually wrote a physical script. I was basically just doing the animatic straight because I had it quite clear. And then after that, I was designing the characters designing the environment. And then we got together one day in a coffee place and I was frustrated because I was not able to get the project going. And then Leo says, like, okay, let's try to start. Let's see where this is going. I think that at the beginning it was a little bit more organic, like let's do a test. And then we end up being engaged. So. Leo started doing all the models and all the part that is related to developing the characters from modeling, regain, and basically creating the characters which ready to animate. Based off your sketches, are you kind of throwing sketches at them constantly? Is that how that works? Yeah, well, I usually do very specific anal sort of like design that I don't want to go to.

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"alberto" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

04:37 min | 11 months ago

"alberto" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"Best and for nominated for best animation short film and it's called the windshield wiper, people might think that this amazing adventures are a fucking windshield wiper, right? Which will be pretty lame. But hi, I'm skimpy. I'm a windshield. There's some cartoony thing, right? Yeah. It's true. But no, no, no, the reason why it's called the windshield wiper is several things. Actually two very important things. The first one is obviously the rhythm of the narrative that is almost like a windshield wiping. And it shows something shows like that relationship and then he wipes and then he shows another relationship and then he wipes or another story. Similar to what we're seeing a world with her very modern novel called waves that it was written in the rhythm of waves in fact. And then the main significance and the meaning of the windshield wiper is because when you wipe you wipe a pattern of drops and each pattern every time it's completely different. So if you think as a relationship, if you compare those patterns of drops in the windshield as a relationship, every time that you wipe, it's a completely different relationship. And that's basically the meaning of the film, how we call it love, each relationship is called love. But that's just a word, because it relationship is so different from one to another that is almost unfair that we call it with the same word, I will say, right? Right. Well, yeah. It is a series of vignettes for the audience that hasn't seen it yet. And you're seeing a snapshot of a bunch of different relationships. And it's always going like Alberta just said. It's always going back and forth back and forth from these different relationships. And it's amazing to see because once you know that premise has begun in the beginning with the first character saying, what is love? Now I'm reading into it as an audience member trying to find the love in each one of those windshield wiper moments, you know, those little vignettes. And some of them are kind of toxic love. They're not all positive, romantic. It's all over the place. And you see remorse. There's a sort of an alcoholic kind of homeless man that that's what I'm reading into it, right? So there's a moment of remorse and lost love. You know, I love that about the movie. I just want to say that out front Alberto is a love that you're showing. Now, and then you have some tragic very much tragic story that's going on very short, but tragic. Don't give it all away now. I'm trying not to spoilers. Point things out to distinctly. But let's back up one more step, which is, and we're going to ping Pong quite a bit because I think we do. But we're going to windshield wiper back. About having you both on here because we love both of you guys work in the past and this film, of course. And so I do want to kind of step and then we're going to get into technical stuff too, which I can't wait to do. So I understand that you guys have been working on this both of you for about 7 years. That's a long time. And it shows it's not surprising. But I also know that you both work together. I believe before that on Love, Death & Robots, the witness. There's a short piece of that called the witness that looks very much like the same style of this. So which came first, the witness or actually there is a bit of a misunderstanding there. I wasn't involved in the witness with Alberto. Okay. No, we started on the windshield wiper before that Alberto and I, we did just some tests and some collaboration in some of the visuals for Alberto. But then the wizard wiper was where we started and that's where we really stay steadily and then algorithm and his projects. I went online, but we stepped on a landmine there and now you want to punch Alberto in the face, right? Remember that?.

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"alberto" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

15:14 min | 1 year ago

"alberto" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"In this poem Alberto Rios is speaking about these flying things and saying that none of them are sure if any of this is going to work. And the question is, is any of what? The experiment of being, and that's one of the things that I think is really interesting is that he locates humans and questions and dragonflies altogether in this unity about whether any of this is going to work. And underneath all of that is the question of are we alone amongst the galaxies? Who else is there trying to keep warm? And considering that the vast outside Ness of everything is cold. There's a lovely contrast throughout this whole poem of considering warmth and coldness. At the start, he suggests that the birds are more cold than hungry, and then he's speaking about the coming edge of the winter world and cold news and stark announcement. And then there's these images of warmth, the hearts of the birds all around us and risen from the hearth fires of so many other worlds and the mention of the extraordinary heat of the stars, the plugs that spark the motor, and even the Milky Way, the hot rods scared of the Milky Way. And the coffee, too, and the slippers. And somehow each image of warmth brings it back into the idea to say that warmth is what sparks the energy of being alive, and therefore we are part of the everything that's alive. There's an agnosticism at the heart of this poem and in the middle of the agnosticism in the middle of not knowing there is a profound recognition about what does it mean to live with a question. And I think this is the deep invitation of this poem is to allow ourselves to be on the edge. The edge between the everyday things we do, as well as these huge questions and to locate ourselves on the edge there in our slippers looking out a window, looking out an open door early in the morning or late at night, locating ourselves in the midst of the enormity of the everything, wondering how does this work? Is it going to continue, but doing that in a way where we are being brought into the magnificence of wonder and the orchestral sound of what it means for this universe with all its energy and noise to continue on being and to recognize that.

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"alberto" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"alberto" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"Rios in this poem creates orders of scale that are in kind of contrast with each other. You know, there's a person and then there is the Milky Way. There's a star and there's a corner of the desert. There's this huge sky and the whole season and a dragonfly. And a huge question. And there is the way within which the sounds of the stars might work its way through the years into the hearths of the bird. And then there's us humans oblivious with our cups of coffee. And so there's ways within which he is moving not only in landscape, but in scale as well, back and forth between tiny and ungraspable. And I think that's such an interesting contrast that he's doing. And strangely by doing that, he's creating a way where we're looking with wonder. One of the phrases that I love most in Irish is over the owner to watch with wonder. It's a way that you can say curiosity, but it's also a posture of being overlooked ulna to watch with wonder. And when I read this poem of Alberto Rios, and brought into the experience of watching with wonder from the dumbest dessert of whatever a Monday morning routine is in a December to the huge questions that occur to you when you're looking at a big sky and the oncoming of a season and you're in a location where you can see the earth and consider the fact that the earth is just one planet amidst a huge galaxy of many planets all spinning around. There is all kinds of levels where the enormous question of how does this work? What does it mean? And is there any meaning he locates that in the warmth of a cup of coffee? He makes a little dig at the obliviousness of human beings, but he's also, I think, perhaps implying in this poem that we perhaps need a small bit of obliviousness in order to be able to continue on with the everyday things of life and perhaps that small obliviousness is something that helps us focus on the here and now, which means we can house these questions about the inner universe and the.

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"alberto" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"alberto" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So how would you. How would you start to think about what what is the spiritual imprint on your perhaps the spiritual work that that left in you for the rest of your life. Straddling a border like that in your person from the very beginning of your life A couple of things i was. I don't know why. But i've always been good crazy. You know i have been drawn toward whatever the cosmic mysteries are from boyhood on and honestly back in those days. I'll reveal myself a little bit here. But back in those days in the early sixties. When i was there you know it was a different catholic church than now and there was a lot of grimness There were certainly no folk masses and it wasn't even in english yet when i was a kid and the nuns would terrorize us with these amazing stories. You know they'd say well. What are you going to do in the communists take over the country. We'd be like we're going to stand up for jesus she said are you. Are you so when they come to torture you. What are you going to do. We're going to renounce jason's she'd say when they're tearing flesh back with hooks. Then then we stand for jesus and we're like yeah and in the midst of that a franciscan friar came to my school full robes. Yeah and he was laughing and he was playing with the kids. And i think that was the moment when i thought. Oh that's what. Jesus is about that guy right. And so it was an instant in some way cutting of the court of all the traditional stuff and leaping into some childish mysticism. But i've always had that moment in my heart of seeing that guy and his laughter. And i thought oh. That's what i want to be right. And so god is always felt like my companion in

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Author Luis Alberto Urrea on How He Discovered What God Meant to Him

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Author Luis Alberto Urrea on How He Discovered What God Meant to Him

"So how would you. How would you start to think about what what is the spiritual imprint on your perhaps the spiritual work that that left in you for the rest of your life. Straddling a border like that in your person from the very beginning of your life A couple of things i was. I don't know why. But i've always been good crazy. You know i have been drawn toward whatever the cosmic mysteries are from boyhood on and honestly back in those days. I'll reveal myself a little bit here. But back in those days in the early sixties. When i was there you know it was a different catholic church than now and there was a lot of grimness There were certainly no folk masses and it wasn't even in english yet when i was a kid and the nuns would terrorize us with these amazing stories. You know they'd say well. What are you going to do in the communists take over the country. We'd be like we're going to stand up for jesus she said are you. Are you so when they come to torture you. What are you going to do. We're going to renounce jason's she'd say when they're tearing flesh back with hooks. Then then we stand for jesus and we're like yeah and in the midst of that a franciscan friar came to my school full robes. Yeah and he was laughing and he was playing with the kids. And i think that was the moment when i thought. Oh that's what. Jesus is about that guy right. And so it was an instant in some way cutting of the court of all the traditional stuff and leaping into some childish mysticism. But i've always had that moment in my heart of seeing that guy and his laughter. And i thought oh. That's what i want to be right. And so god is always felt like my companion in

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"alberto" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"alberto" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"It's ridiculous and in some ways of folly to say. Can we all get along but it is the truest thing that i don't understand why we can't. I'm krista tippett and this is on being. I interviewed luis. Alberto araya in two thousand eighteen in the saint croix valley on the border between minnesota and wisconsin. We were there at the invitation of art. Reach saint croix. That community was reading his novel into the beautiful north. As part of the any a big read program. I'm delighted to be here tonight. with luis alberto raya he has published in nearly every genre he's written nonfiction memoir short stories and poetry his written historical novels historical novel hummingbird's daughter is based on the story of his father's theresa. Is that correct. That's book my great great known as the mexican. Joan of arc a mexican mystic folk healer and revolutionary insurgent and. I have to say you have an inordinate number of characters like that in your family so we could go on an award-winning mystery. Story and so not surprisingly has been called a literary bad ass which we probably can't say on public radio. I see in your person another quality that is not quite so sexy but in our global moment is so urgent and i think so vividly desired and needed and that is that you are a bridge. here's something luis. Alberto rare likes to say there is no them. There is only us. So so how would you. How would you start to think about what what is the spiritual imprint on your perhaps the spiritual work that that left in you for the rest of your life. Straddling a border like that in your person from the very beginning of your life A couple of things i was. I don't know why. But i've always been good crazy. You know i have been drawn toward whatever the cosmic mysteries are from boyhood on and honestly back in those days. I'll reveal myself a little bit here. But back in those days in the early sixties. When i was there you know it was a different catholic church than now and there was a lot of grimness There were certainly no folk masses and it wasn't even in english yet when i was a kid and the nuns would terrorize us with these amazing stories. You know they'd say well. What are you going to do in the communists take over the country. We'd be like we're going to stand up for jesus she said are you. Are you so when they come to torture you. What are you going to do. We're going to renounce jason's she'd say when they're tearing flesh back with hooks. Then then we stand.

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People Across Florida Are Marching in Solidarity With Cuba

Orlando's Morning News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

People Across Florida Are Marching in Solidarity With Cuba

"I think this is the beginning of a a movement in which Cubans have said enough is enough. Cubans have reached a breaking point inside the Communist island and right here in Florida, Scott hunger, health, anxiety and anger spilling over into one another, opening the floodgates of a decades long oppression and emotion. Protests and rallies have popped up all over Florida and support of Cuba and its people. Here's reporter Alexa Lorenzo. This is something that was spontaneous. We've never seen that Dr Luis Martinez Fernandez was born in Havana, a history professor now at U. C. F. He knows well, what's playing out on the island. What the government does is it unleashes these violent fanatics to beat up Cubans who are basically asking for a universal right to protest piece. Fully the communist government has arrested hundreds of protesters restricted Internet access in Cuba, showing you the dictatorship that has dominated for decades. But the question is what's next here? And what is the U. S government doing about it? Where all these people that promise about human rights? Meanwhile, 90 miles from our coastline, human rights get trampled on every day. That's why Cuban Americans in Florida like Alberto Sarmiento are protesting. His father and grandparents fled for freedom, and he wants American politicians to do more to protect the people on the island. We need action in Cuba. Now. U. S. Senator Marco Rubio, a Cuban American has been a staunch opponent of the Cuban government, taking to social media and writing a letter to President Joe Biden, giving him six steps to take a horrific bloodbath is what awaits if action is not taken something like that does not happen. Senator Rubio also tweeting images of that show Cuban military and police. Barging into homes and detaining

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Is In-Person Worship an Essential Service?

The Big Story

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Is In-Person Worship an Essential Service?

"One day when this is all over we'll look back at what covid nineteen revealed about our society. One of the things will notice is what people were not willing to sacrifice the parts of our lives that we consider essential in charge. Do not and will reflect on this when we remember y and where people were willing to break the rules to defy police and public health officials to essentially say this right here is more important to me than not just my own safety but more important to me than everybody's safety and for some families that meant contact with the grandparents or loved ones for some jerks that meant going to a barbecue restaurant or jim but i think it's fair to say that after a year of this if you went back and plotted where exactly the most public. Anti lockdown actions were found in north america. Churches would be at or near the top of the list. Just listen this alberto church that has openly defied public health orders for months has officially been. Shut down thinking chanting in honking. Those are some of the sights and sounds seen inside the fence off on sunday. And then the situation escalates. I don't believe there was attack. Defense people parked without permission on the neighbouring inauguration. Land a lot of racial slurs being thrown out of bounce that was from grace life church in alberta last weekend it was quite a scene. Protesters tore down. Fencing vandalized a car and acted not particularly christian. But it makes sense first of all in the big picture because the rise of the religious right especially in the united states but also here has become linked with defying the government and flaunting public health measures.

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Water Justice - Actress Gloria Reuben, Waterkeepers Alliance

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

09:00 min | 2 years ago

Water Justice - Actress Gloria Reuben, Waterkeepers Alliance

"I'd like you to meet gloria reuben. Who was a trustee of the waterkeeper alliance from two thousand seven to two thousand ten and served as an advisor to former vice president. Al gore's environmental organization called the climate reality project and on other natural resources groups as well you will also likely recognize her from her appearances in television series like er and marvel's tv cloak and dagger among others as well as in movies like lincoln and a reasonable doubt. Welcome to green captions radio glorious. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for letting me join you. Joe. oh no problem. It's my pleasure my pleasure so let's start with. What condition is our water supply and today as president biden starts his first term as president. What is the water supply. He is inheriting well. I think we would all agree over these last four years the previous president did pretty much anything that he could to eviscerate our clean out air clean water regulations so it is very exciting last night to to witness our new president president. But i didn't as he signed the papers to rejoin the paris climate agreement and to roll back some of the deregulations that the former president clearly. There's a lot of work to be done but that once. We have obviously a leader in place president in place who believes in science and who listens to scientists and who believes in climate change and listens to the scientists gusta climate change and who obviously is a great advocate for the wellbeing of all americans of all peoples that is definitely a hopeful sign the destruction that happened in the last four years previous to President by being sworn in cannot be changed overnight but Reliance as very proud very excited to be on the front lines of this. Very important fight to have drinkable swimming. Fissionable waters for americans and for people around the globe. As you said. I mean it's extraordinary when you can get two point. Five million miles of waterways being protected from from our local over three hundred and fifty plus waterkeeper groups around globe. That's a huge thing. It's a lot of miles. So i'm really excited to join forces again rejoined forces again with this extra organization and in a leadership role so is the did the rollbacks that the trump administration did did they actually result in more water pollution. I mean we obviously have the flint michigan situation but that was not trump. That was the governor in michigan. Right when you talk about pollution in the waterways that goes very much to industries like fossil fuel industries of course like factory farming like businesses corporations. That are allowed to just kind of dump their way store there By rhonette of of making things of manufacturing into the waterways when there's no regulation The clearly people can just do what they want at their own. Well not have to pay any consequences you know it all comes down to first thing which is reenacting these laws again. Going back in place and then enforce laws are terrific things to have. But if they're not enforced than what's also it's important to remember that one of the things that president biden as well last night was to cancel the keystone pipeline. Which has as many of us know has been an ongoing issue for years now. And if i think about it the former president were elected. That very well may have happened. Now i've been to alberto into the athabasca river. I've seen the destruction that's happened with trying to suck out oil from sand. It's not an easy process. Takes more gallons of water from the athabasca river to make one barrel of oil and that is destruction destroy not just obviously the environment but the first nations people that have lived on that land for generations. So it's a it's a trickle down effect if you will of Polluters of Whether they be industries or or again corporations or even individuals whether or not brought to justice when when when there's no law to protect people that lived in that area then it's a free fall and You know. I was a newly appointed just over two months ago so the lot to catch up on. It's a lot of information that i'm soaking up. And we can't wait to be able to fly again safely obviously in good all corners of the world to to meet in person a lavar extraordinary water keepers are clean water warriors. I want i'm sure i'm sure. So does the waterkeeper alliance have a checklist of things that they want. The biden administration. To do i mean are there. Water infrastructure investments Besides putting back in place the clean water act. i mean. We hope that's happening soon. But maybe you're disappointed. It didn't happen right away. What kinds of investments and specifics are you looking for from president biden. Yes well. I think you know as you mentioned. Clean water act course. Everything can happen in one night. So we're confident that that will be reassigned. Only shocks right. I know but go back to the industry. Portion coal ash coal pollution cola. Hashes is definitely something that needs to be addressed in taken care of again. The factory farming issue is a huge thing. Learn in this country. North carolina again. I've been to north carolina. I've seen those ways. They call the ponds or lagoons. They tried to make these names. Sound like it's a recreational place yet now. These are ponds at are made of animal. Waste that seat into the waterway. So that's definitely something that needs to be handled in terrific water keepers in that region. An area that are that are winning lawsuits against not of these factory farms. I think that You know the overall climate issues that Is a abroad umbrella. You'll and plastics. We we all know again. You know plastics Issue jim global issue for sure so clean water act coal cocoa factory farming. These i think are are three very big tangible things that that can be addressed. Well we can he can pass. He can propose legislation that punishes. And as you say enforcement is critical these industrial polluters. It's you know taking a page out of the erin brockovich book relay right but these things also and i totally support on plastic pollution. To get me started on that one will be here for hours but a lot of these things require congressional approval and even though the democrats biden's party control both the house and the senate it's by d. Tiny itsy-bitsy margin right. So how do you. And i know that president by misspeaking bipartisanship since the very first days of his campaign and did so in his inaugural address etcetera but washington is still gridlock. So what's your outlook for whether for example getting factory farming in any kind of legislation. You know control of it. Is that realistic. Yes i think so for. Sure i mean again. These things take time an in carolina. I just wanted to north carolina. Just specifically in that region aren't bringing they aren't litigating certain cases in terms of factory farming. When it comes to the government The legislation in two to be passed in congress isn't going to be tricky but i am the only way to stay in this to even to say yes to this to stay because this is a long term long time mission is to is to keep positive and to just keep on doing. The things that we know will work again. The positive aspects are yes. We do have a house in the senate. So that's a hopeful thing at you know. We don't know what the future will hold of course but for right now we have the majority so that means that and again you know. We have leaders in place who do not deny the truce and they don't make falsities in order to remain in power. There are those who do that. But you know our president and vice president

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45% of Miami-Dade students have returned to school

2 Lights Media

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

45% of Miami-Dade students have returned to school

"Tried to reassure parents of schools are not coronavirus super spreaders cool did not contribute significantly to the community. Transmission. Miami Dade County Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says about 45% of students in his district have returned to school with Florida's

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Cybercrime Amid the Pandemic with Alberto Casares

Outcomes Rocket

05:05 min | 2 years ago

Cybercrime Amid the Pandemic with Alberto Casares

"Welcome back to the outcomes are so marquez here and today i have the privilege of hosting the outstanding alberto gonzales. He is the vp of threat research at four iq. I read it though is a deep dark web expert researcher investigator and product manager at four. I q where he helps. Define and dr product strategy to expand the addressable market. I bet this passionate about security and how breached in leak data can be used to protect citizens and organizations across the globe. He leads investigative work at four. I q manages verification attribution and analysis. Of data enriches marketing content and helps with pre sales activity. I'd rather has over ten years of experience. Managing and leading teams for several startups and has led several research and development projects supported by the spanish ministry of industry in collaboration with the university of granada. He's an awesome guy and he is with us from spain so really really delighted to have met the with us to talk about something very serious. That's cyber enabled crime in the risk. So admit such a pleasure to have you here. Thanks for joining us into. The place is absolutely so i definitely excited to jump into the work that you guys are up to that for iq but before we do that though. Tell me a little bit about you. And what inspires your work in healthcare. Yeah good question. So then what despise me the most is actually to to know that with our daily war we can Held one of the most important sectors especially during the pandemic rights so electorally have been researching about many threats started the healthcare sector industry. And you can imagine so in these last few months number of cyber attacks on threads has increased drastically right so a huge fraud industry around the health sector days with many faked buck scenes. fake news. fake news around these undamaged healthcare showed the strengthening vaccines cetera et. We sold full some fake in once in the dark web alumni longtime will show many many people have been scam ride so Sides are fake sites offering for simple face mask. This is can that we leave during the beginning of this pandemic show is absolutely motivating to work from or in this summer security and trying to help these sector. I'm also the citizen right. Yeah and i totally agree. You know it's such a shame that people take advantage of this time to take advantage of of others in a time of crisis but the reality is it's happening and so you know it's important that we we think about ways to protect ourselves. Our organizations or businesses are patients are employees. It's critical so. I'd better talk to us a little bit. About what four. I q is doing to help against some of these things in the healthcare ecosystem. Sure i say that we are helping reporting the healthcare ecosystem in three different ways so the first one is it providing awareness right so i'm personally providing some educational will be nour's meet apps it citra and fully dedicated to the health sector in order to provide on it's just allies this kind of threats on attacks and also to educate people employees within the industry right the healthcare industry nor to avoid those kind of attacks again on risks. So that the second thing is that a with our pro dolphin so we have really brought up offering going on foreign as you said dude might might presentation really focused on identity protection so we have our very compelling if not the best quality in protecting the identity align percents Uncompromised data on also with another pra languages protection which is essentially covering many use cases Shown to dr. Web monitoring broncos take sean etcetera show we have a compelling solution that is helping us to detect again threads and half also the castle some early diction capabilities. is protecting not only the what we traditionally do in many of the companies protecting the network tonight. B.'s citra we. We are also taking care of the employees

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Chicago teachers vote to teach from home, defying CPS

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago teachers vote to teach from home, defying CPS

"Chicago Teachers union members voted on whether to return to the classroom tomorrow is instructed or refuse out of a concern for safety results expected later today. Ah small group of parents gathered at CTU headquarters yesterday to encourage teachers to resume in person learning. Teachers are set scheduled to report to work tomorrow, followed by students a week later, and CPS warn teachers if they don't show up, they will be considered illegally on strike. Here's CPS parent, Alberto Molina. It is time for our Children to return to in person learning and traditional schooling. Failure to do so will result in our students missing out on the educational opportunities vital to their development. CPS says it's invested $100 million in making schools safe from covert 19 and points to local private schools that have been open since last

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Police Clear Capitol Building After Takeover; Washington DC Curfew In Effect

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

02:15 min | 2 years ago

Police Clear Capitol Building After Takeover; Washington DC Curfew In Effect

"The U. S Capitol Building is secured at one person shot has died. I'm Cliff Alberto, the coveted center, the very latest on the riot today and takeover of the U. S Capitol building. At a curfew now is it effect in Washington, D C. The mayor ordering the curfew beginning at six local time there to six o'clock tomorrow morning following the breach of the Capitol building by Trump supporters protest ng election results During the curfew. No one is allowed to be outside in public places other than essential workers, which includes credentialed media engaging an essential functions. Police in the D. C. Area say the one person shot of woman believed to be a civilian has now died, according to a law enforcement official. Now President Trump tweeting just a short time ago, saying these are the things that events that happened. What a sacred landslide election victory is so unceremoniously and viciously stripped away from great patriots who have been badly and unfairly treated for so long. Go home with love and in peace. Remember this day forever? That was the tweet issued the last half hour or so by the president. Earlier, he posted a video on Twitter telling people then Leave the area and go home. I know your pain. I know you're hurt. We had an election that was stolen from us. It was a landslide election and everyone knows it, especially the other side. You have to go home now way have to have peace. Shortly before the president posted that video on Twitter President elect Joe Biden spoke to the nation. Calling for an end to the violence and telling the president to say something about it. And while recognizing the lesson of the day Democracy is fragile. To preserve it. Requires people of goodwill. Leaders the courage to stand up. We're devoted not to the pursuit of power or the personal interest pursuits of their own selfish interest at any cost. It is the common good

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Argentina Senate to Vote on Bill Legalizing Abortion

Morning Edition

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Argentina Senate to Vote on Bill Legalizing Abortion

"Argentina could soon become the first large Latin American country to legalize abortion. NPR's Philip Reeves says the bill goes before the country's Senate today. Argentina currently permits abortion only in cases of rape or if the mother's life's at risk. This bill would allow abortions up to the 14th week. It's already past the lower house. Now it goes to Argentina. Senate passions are running high on both sides. The vote's expected to be close. Argentina's predominately Catholic. It's the pope's home country, Catholic and evangelical clerics are urging undecided senators to vote No. Yet they're counted by women's organizations and rights groups. And Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez, he says each year tens of thousands of Argentine women and girls are hospitalized because of Backstreet abortions. Philip Reeves NPR

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In Argentina, Vote to Legalize Abortion Passes Lower House of Congress

Fresh Air

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

In Argentina, Vote to Legalize Abortion Passes Lower House of Congress

"To legalize elective abortions to the 14th week of pregnancy is advancing in Argentina. Today. The country's lower house passed the measure. Rather. Last night, the country's lower house passed that measure in the Senate. Is expected to take up the bill before year's end. President Alberto Fernandez proposed the abortion legislation following years of pressure from women's rights activists in Argentina, with the exception of a handful of countries or jurisdictions. Latin America has some of the world's most restrictive abortion laws.

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Argentina's lower house approves draft legalizing abortion

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Argentina's lower house approves draft legalizing abortion

"The makers in Argentina's lower house have passed a bill that would legalize abortion in most cases responding to long salute to moms from women's rights activists still the streets of Buenos Aires as lawmakers debate a bill legalizing abortion in most cases demonstrators for and against the initiative cut diamond in separate areas outside the Congress building the bill which will need approval from the country's Senate allows for abortions to be carried out up to the fourteenth week of pregnancy backed by president Alberto Fernandez the bill has been approved in a one hundred fifty one of one hundred seventeen vote with six abstentions I'm Charles the last month

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Miami-Dade Launching ‘We Can, We Will' Campaign to Prevent Holiday Covid Spread

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Miami-Dade Launching ‘We Can, We Will' Campaign to Prevent Holiday Covid Spread

"Elected officials, business leaders and school administrators are teaming up to encourage everyone in Miami Dade to continue to mask up wash up and socially distance, especially its corona. Virus. Cases and hospitalizations rise after Thanksgiving and just before the Christmas break. It's all a part of the new we can. We will campaign There's nothing of a higher priority than the safety and well being of our students, our employees and obviously the community as a whole. Superintendent of schools, Alberto Carvalho says starting tomorrow, the county will provide the more accurate PCR testing for employees at school district testing sites.

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