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Fresh update on "australian government" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:44 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "australian government" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"Public gets to read it, and there was a collective sigh in the world of UFO's kind of a feeling of letdown. They were expecting something bigger and better. Something about Roswell and alien abductions and meta materials and the craft down at area 51 anything along those lines, alien bodies. There was none of that. Um, So how does it look to researchers? People have been at this a long time around the world. We picked out two of the best. They've been my guest here on coast to coast. In the past. It's been a while. Though. Paul Dean is an Australian researcher who focuses on government and military involvement in response to UFOs. He spent 20 years becoming an expert in regard to UFO files. Five years ago or so he began tracking the problem directly and and was instrumental in getting the Australian government to release classified previously unseen files. His colleague Keith Faster Field has done similar work. He's been interested in the UFO phenomena since the late sixties. His early research findings were in multiple publications, including the UFO Journal, The Move on Journal and The Journal of UFO Studies. And he's for the past 10 years published his research on a blog spot that we have links to on the coast to Coast website want to get their take on recent events and some of the files they've been going after. Big picture stuff in the world of UFOs. Paul Dean, Keith Master field coming up in just a moment. Erin Coast to Coast Am.

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Australia’s Never-Ending Travel Ban

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Australia’s Never-Ending Travel Ban

"And firstly. The australian government has extended its overseas travel ban for yet another three months until now at least the seventeenth of september. Two thousand and twenty one and it's the fifty three month extension to the human by security emergency period restrictions under the biosecurity act in a row which places restrictions on international travel and cruises. But there has been some progress in restarting international travel. At least four. Some international students coming to new south wales. The new south wales government has announced a pilot program which could start in july and run in addition to the existing hotel quarantine program for returning australians and under this program an initial two hundred and fifty international students per fortnight will be allowed to arrive into sydney and quarantine indicated student accommodation for a fortnight last week. The guardian reported that the federal government is considering another pilot program which could allow vaccinated australians travel overseas and then face less strict quarantine requirements when they return if they coming from a country deemed to be a low risk of covid nineteen and this could start within six to eight weeks. According to the guardian although this report has not been verified by government and there's been no announcement yet so these kinds of reports do need to be taken with quite a large pinch of salt if ustralia deed remove. It's outbound travel ban for people who have been vaccinated. It would be just the third country in the world which bans citizens who are unvaccinated against covid nineteen from leaving but makes exemptions for people who are vaccinated with saudi arabia and kuwait. Being the other two countries with those roles although vaccines in saudi arabia and kuwait are now widely available and people who are ineligible. For vaccine in those countries such as children are exempt from the travel ban as it stands. Australia is one of just seven countries in the world with a blanket ban preventing all of its citizens from leaving the country without a specific travel. Exemption

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Danny Tomsett CEO of UneeQ Talks Virtual Humans

The Voicebot Podcast

02:26 min | Last month

Danny Tomsett CEO of UneeQ Talks Virtual Humans

"You founded in two thousand and it wasn't like this was a university research project for you you. You've been working for a number of years at that point. What led you to find this company. What was the spark he said. Hey now the time is right. And there's there's a there is an opportunity here that we can take advantage of. Yeah like like. I said when we started in two thousand ten head the fortunate experience of Actually founding a telecommunications company and it's been a lot of time focused around technology that was in the customer service arenas context the software. I see iran and and other areas as well but one of the things that Became very to me was the way that Custom is when we were able to create a conversation that was face to face the impact on conversion experience and it promote schools and things like that was a very profound like very very much Multiple caught multiplication factors of two x four x In in those areas and so when we initially went out to solve the problem we still. Well when we look at creating frictions frictions video so that anyone who needs help on a website can click a button and talk to someone face to face and Back in two thousand ten was obviously reasonably novel and we had really good success with that. But it wasn't until you know we really rolling out. I've had several hundred customers that we started to save some bottlenecks and challenges with video agents. And how do you still create a strong value proposition. Where you you know. You've got still training shoes. You've got people challenges. Not iran wants to be on video with a human as well so all those kind of things that we were trying to figure out how does sky obita and we had the amazing opportunity with the australian government. Would talking to the about helping around People with disabilities and how they get welfare support through the government and the lead innovation. Chief innovation officer really bisi lighted out. It's it's one hundred million dollars plus problem if we do this with the video agents

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Australia Sticks by Plan to Re-Open Border in Mid-2022

AFF on AIR Podcast

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Australia Sticks by Plan to Re-Open Border in Mid-2022

"In news. That shocked many australians. The federal government has predicted in this week's annual budget that is truly as international borders not reopen to most countries until the middle of two thousand twenty two. That's more than six months later than previously predicted and more than two years after international borders to australia with closed in march two thousand and twenty as a result of the revised forecasts corners has pushed back the plan to restart of its international flights other than new zealand until at least the nineteenth of december two thousand twenty one since february quotas had been selling international tickets starting from the thirty first of october this year and vision ustralia now says that it will not resume any international flights into at least december two thousand and twenty one. Either the only exception being virgin flights to queenstown in new zealand which is scheduled to resume in september. There is still a possibility of more travel bubbles opening with individual countries before two thousand twenty two and there are plans underway to bring back a limited number of international students before then as well bubbles with countries in asia or the pacific islands could be next although they have not yet been any specific announcements the australian government's budget documents also night. That the rate of international arrivals will continue to be constrained by state and territory. Quarantine caps are a two thousand and twenty one and the first half two thousand twenty. Two with the exception of passages from safe travels zones such as new zealand which indicates that the federal government plans to continue using quarantine for at least another year but the federal government other than expanding capacity of the howard springs quarantine facility in the northern territory has not putting any new measures in the budget or any new funding for additional quarantine facilities and tens of thousands of australians is still stuck overseas more than a year into the pandemic the tourism sector is hit out at what. It's coaling border roulette. Simon west away from the australian tourism industry council said that the federal budget outlook indicates no foreseeable international market recovery for australia's visitor economy and that is sadly spells fair the tourism business and job losses

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Australian Watchdog Takes Home Affairs to Court Over Iraqi Migrant Death in 2019

BBC World Service

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Australian Watchdog Takes Home Affairs to Court Over Iraqi Migrant Death in 2019

"Australian government watchdog has taken the Department of home Affairs to court over the death of an Iraqi migrant who killed himself at an immigration center in 2019. Campaigners say medical neglect and lack of training increases the risk of suicide among detainees.

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"australian government" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

06:00 min | 3 months ago

"australian government" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

"Is been. I bryant a full year now. I think it's a tape that we look at the market in australia Weighing on aware of any other sovereign is in australian. Iron headquartered managed business with offering lakas that has managed to achieve that that protected level assessment so in essence positions as really klay within this market to to serve as the public sector data So in that sense it's sort of return on investments pretty straightforward. Yeah it is something that companies do to the. Obviously we get paid a lot of that with you. Know if i get through it. Then it plays a major announcement for the company so So good only for that. And i suppose it's Samba dot gov dot. You has the. I wrap up policy on the website and even down to whether you want to be in iraq assists i think it's the cambrian of technology and the sub security sorry subsequently collaboration censoring allied atlanta. Hammer's running the cool with the At the ice racing so yeah. It's definitely an interesting one to get into so we'll come back to that next week. I will have the full details on the strength cybersecurity. Magazine website advocate. Thank you for that anthony. And the other big news this week especially couldn't push them out in the same lake Separating either bet met met jaide has joined your board told the story this Azmin yeah where really soldat matt join Alba's as a non executive independent directories based in san francisco Which is fantastic is where we're seeing a lot of growth in focused very deliberately on on the us and in august markets had as well as Mass the form up global hated of intake security which was a billion dollar business extensive network. And and we're delighted. He's been Interested in and has now joined up all it start Know fantastic win for us on that front and you know you said you backed up your next week with this Enhancement around six for government. So brad's we're heading. Teton at before and obviously matt is say formerly with dimension died when i took that either as well so have has just been re like. He's just joined the boy to the withdrawing throne in the last couple of weeks. Lot of somebody your the formalities internally guy that we just didn't ask that this way Matt step down like he was he was. He was in his previous role until they in the last month wrought. So this is part of his Next chapter she'll tim's of his career and It's great have enjoyed so it was just a timing thing. He kinda became available. Well look i mean we've been looking to get some of that califa- in the us market for sometime whereby living number different options matt just to ticked all the boxes in spite of the. He's got industry expertise. He's he's obviously fantastic. Aleida really regret god. Work with has a huge network And the standard caught away the market these but more importantly conaway. It's going so that's the console we at the board level. No debate tiles infected. Stick the daytime inside linking to the show nights now but you've got There's a comment here from in buttery. Who's yield champion. Maybe what's hanes background so amazon on these the chair of a number of different companies. He's an extensive background in in supporting christ's businesses Successful exits a number around the world. so yeah he's came in for a For a while now and fantastic very good and you've got -fornia board that you're looking at adding more to that as you grow you from. Yeah like you said you're on your y two billion dollar business i Four challenge with forty but. Yeah what's the what's the price as. Now we've got we've got a fan and then we've got some now three independent directors It says well as goal but again look at looking to strengthen what time is likely with another appointment in the in the problem with the. Us market will perhaps the uk market Focus on the areas that we're looking to grow probably around saw the as well very good. Look if there's no questions of anthony fontham through now that Look thank you so much there. Any other updates that you've got coming through offering at one. We mobile bay in touch. Crisper weighed in. If you wake start really exciting stuff. Coming down the pipeline. So very good. It's a it's a good one from any perspective and again. I haven't got a on me right now but if you want to get him on. Tv can say anthony's Physician with asa on there as well and again. We'll put put together across luke them over atmosphere. Good story follow on your. Why after a billion dollars when you get listed at least they'll be able to get some shares as the concept for absolutely Thank you so much. That was Anthony stevens founder. And see i of six weeks. And i now iraq critique did so the thinks about meant best of success and grace..

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"australian government" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

08:19 min | 3 months ago

"australian government" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

"Welcome to security. Tv and how taking sick weekly. My name's chris. Coverage on the executive editor with marketing media and this is fraud morning episode and we will be joined by anthony stevens the founder nc of six clicks. Now we've got an exclusive this morning place decide They have got our Assessment protected now for government so they were launching their six clicks for government services so he from antony and particularly on the iraq process which is a A high level area in of the assessments that companies have to go through to get that iraq syndication very interesting in place to have anthony back on as in stylus rice five million dollars. Let me bring on anthony stevens the founder. Nci of six lake. Sam thanks for joining us today. Hey thanks chris We had you on not that long ago. Actually so it's good to have back on sailing and On your way to be a billion dollar company. I think was the the mind one also covid. Ninety was the other case in coming out of that session. I rap protected for six clicks. The government talk us through. Its we haven't had a sort of iraq position by company come on following the process. I appreciate you using this platform to tell the story and mike the announcements under embargo at the moment but ole tells will come next week so let us know what the aggies of course so wait. We launched outlet from sort of a bad. I didn't answer guys you know it's vases and businesses to help them wait. Saw a risk and compliance The thing is we saw. We saw a gap in the market essentially related to The nato the public sector physically oversight defense local state federal government In strider and the information security nights are obviously aken and set out on the salmon So we we should have invested in Building an instance of a platform that we've had this now Independently assist to the articulate level Amway financing the next week. We're announcing we're an s. Matt next wait for money across a number of we've we've worked with marcus on that So technology stack runs on the microsoft as europe platform to be At the our takes level we've got a another instance that's running on the on the camera. Data center instance as your dot incense and As a subway lines for the assessment process and and now i will to to offer that as a as a very unique service thing a sovereign To the to the to the public sector so very exciting. We'll maybe talk us through the the price says they'll be a number of say is and security companies very interested in this interested at from from the assistance viewpoint to voice gonna look this are episodes are in hot demand In the process the initial process that came through although it was always on your roadmap or again so the gap in the market that that cheddar. Randall iraq assessments. I went through that policy review last year as well. As last year in the policies that simba twenty twenty Still quite fresh. You just this this. The the privacy went through we actually went through a We actually went through the prices. Sorry just to correct some chevy. your elliot bought. That's it. you know we. We sold six flags for government. Which is the brand that wrapping around this offering As being sort of fundamental to us strategy ross from the early days when we founded the business back in two thousand nine And the reason for that is to is to recognize the fact that so much of the activity that gets done around. Risk and compliance in the public sector is ease manual even the rep assessment itself the assistance that work in that space and anyone who said Trying to tackle risk in compliance public sector tainted use spreadsheets word documents and We we looked at the mock and said i got some fantastic technology. We've got all the content back into platform united particularly obviously the same. We've also got a good day. Assays the queensland standards the new south wales standards will of the content that you would night in the in the australian market and saw with that takes we should i kite In order to get a ticket to the geiman and distinguish ourselves as the going to platform Full the public sector that we needed to get to that level of assessment and Here we completed that recently inside launching that service in in a number of different forms from next and the are episodes mint as Fawning epa Did you have any along the way or did you use a fm or an independent assessment. We used an independent. The reason for that is we Business model is to You know we work with a number of exact. They arrived site. We saw raisins of southern independent. We need to alan bean upset and my own conflict of interest. We already use. We cannot use them and insisted on. Yeah we wanted to. We wanted to avoid any is optics. United conflict So we need to assess erin. Andrew robinson looks after a Security frosty and also gotta market As extensive background that spicy himself routes said he's a power and so obviously knows how to navigate the the prices. Did you have trouble finding one with a battle when you want them. What did you have to wear. I think like andrew spent quite a bit on. I find the right person. We we did that you know like i think is tight. It took a few months. We obviously started that process year. Getting ready for the order that we just did it on the side But look this is not is not a lotta flower. Episodes is out there and not so Yeah wish we got that okay. And what did you learn at at the process. Was it a painful price. As expensive process at the review that is day dayton in the that hall price it was taking up two to three years for companies to go through and it was quite costly. Had you find that process. Look quainton in there. I guess we're fortunate the nitra business on the software that we build gives you the ability to understand these things. Pretty intimately author practically spiking restarted. The price you know. I have a twelve months ago to start preparing the policies and the controls and with microsoft to understand what technical controls that i can provide that You know we can leverage as well as putting. Our control frameworks implies so You know a probably a very deliberate slow been time And so you know. We got to the point last week where we felt confident that we've we've got all the necessary controls in place intensive costs Got direct costs weeks What it is to to to coming in in our provide us with that assessment but Causing carrying in channel. I saw and do you find that. There's a good cost-benefit there even wisconsin area. You don't eat. I'm pass but you know again you on those where unite today but the between the order and The assessment process and then getting that certification and now the opportunities now are being able to serve as government. The cost benefit.

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Australia's most populous state hit by severe rains, floods

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Australia's most populous state hit by severe rains, floods

"Heavy rains are expected to continue in eastern Australia. A scene of some of the worst flooding there. In decades. The Australian government has declared a natural disaster in New South Wales that country's most populous state where a major dam overflowed and thousands of people have been evacuated. The new South will premiere. She described the situation at a news conference in Sydney today. Hundreds of people have been rescued. From the waters. So far, no deaths have been reported. The government has now set up more than a dozen evacuation

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Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

Daily Tech News Show

02:09 min | 5 months ago

Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

"A little bit about peace in australia. The australian government has agreed to amendments to its proposed media code and facebook says that within the coming days it will no longer block australia new sources on its platform. The amendments are going to change four things about the news media and digital platforms mandatory bargaining code. That's the one that says you have to pay news publishers in australia. If your facebook or google well. It might not apply to facebook and google anymore. The first is about how a platform qualifies for the law. One of the reasons only facebook and google qualified to be subject to the code under its original. Drafting was because of the way. They measured significant bargaining power imbalance. Now with these new amendments to designate. a platform is subject to the code. The government must also consider not only the bargaining power imbalance but whether there are commercial agreements being made with news companies. Already which as we know. Google has done and now it looks like facebook is about to start doing so conceivably the deals google has made could exempt them from being subject to the code at all and facebook makes the right deals. Sounds like maybe they could be exempt from the code. The government now has to give one month notice if a platform is going to be subject to the new code that probably is to give companies time to strike deals and avoid being subject to the law. Companies will not be penalized for striking different deals with different companies. Giving them some latitude negotiate ahead of time and if a platform was subject to the code they now have two months to negotiate a deal before being forced into arbitration so kicking. That can down the road a little even at the very end facebook got to work and reached a deal with seven west media already to provide news. Facebook has a special news section to showcase news partnerships in other markets. Besides australia and it's expected to launch similar features in australia. So seven west. The i expect expect nine entertainment and news corp follow along if this is all gonna go smoothly. The legislation is expected to pass as early as wednesday after which treasurer frieden berg would begin determining which platforms if any it applies

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Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

"Face from Facebook over its decision to ban Australia News sites from its platform. Canada, Britain and some European countries blasted Facebook last week for banning Australian news media from posting stories the shutdown in retaliation over a move to force the tech giant to compensate news outlets for content. But after five days of negotiations, Facebook has re friended Australian government official just fried Enberg, who says there's a new deal, which could set the standard for other countries when dealing with Facebook. Scott Eyman for

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Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

BBC World Service

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

"Has resolved a dispute with Facebook about news content. The two sides have been at loggerheads over proposed legislation, which would force tech companies to pay to use news content in Australia. China, Khalil reports from Sydney in a statement. Facebook said the government has addressed the company's concerns about allowing commercial deals that recognized the value. The platform provides to publisher's relative to the value it receives from them, adding that they were now able to restore news pages for Australians in the coming days. The Australian government and the social media giant Have been locked in a standoff as camera pushed ahead with the proposed legislation and made a wide backlash against Facebook's blocking of news content in the country.

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Facebooks Australian News Blackout

The Media Podcast with Olly Mann

09:15 min | 5 months ago

Facebooks Australian News Blackout

"We're gonna stop me on the side of the world We've news or rather the lack of news on facebook in australia uses. There can no longer cheryl read news articles from australian or international publishers in a row over proposed legislation from the australian government. Alex hold my hand here. What is going on in two thousand eighteen. The australian government regulator lotion inquiry into impact. Face what we're having on competition particularly around advertising and they found that there was imbalance of power between tech firms and the media and they recommended a code of conduct. That was very long complicated. But essentially it meant that they were gonna get share advertising revenue. Or there's going to be some sort of deal struck between those platforms. Giggle went okay and started making deals news. Koa is probably the biggest one and facebook is just pulled all of the australian new sites off its platform as a sort of nuclear option and basically said well. We've done what you asked. What do you want to do now. And it's almost felt like an empty threat when threatened to do it last year. Now it's real ever all they really did mean and that's a surprise you know. Isn't it clearly just abandoning the best. I think the most interesting thing. It's the perfect storm with australia. Because there are big enough country that that it's significant around the world. Everyone's watching to see what comes out of this. But the people in the world understands what precisely and but they're still not in the top twenty countries a facebook users so business of apps article said that australia's population twenty four male. So even if everybody in australia was facebook using adult they would still only reached nineteenth place of most popular facebook countries regardless of the politics. Heavy steve it just isn't good. Pr for facebook is it. And then i must have made the decision that it doesn't matter that is bad. Pr but i mean for one thing but extensively refusing to pay nominal tax you know despite being one of the world's biggest companies and for another thing when the middle of pandemic and that turning off news to an aging demographic who using service. You might want to know where they vaccines are at. I think when the period of time where the hall of this kind of disinformation machinery during the presidential election the criticism of getting rather just pull out completely out of australia doesn't send a good message to uses. All united see news. App is trying to get factually promptly check journalists and now it just smacks The valley it signed by. Maybe perhaps google is by by playing ball a little bit more with the content providers. I think in this convenient this information east of you want facebook to be really kind of suppose could quality journalism given alex is essentially while we're different to google search engines because publishes willingly upload their content to us and so they volunteering the information to us and why should we pay them to provide them with the platform. But it's not really true. I mean don't you have to basically have your content on facebook. I three years ago. You definitely did. i think. Now it's a case of across all publishers. Most of publishers facebook traffic will come from users sharing their stories to their own pages so they won't come from the brand themselves and so the bruns choices to publish that story. But it's not to publish on facebook necessarily. It's the question of whether or not then. Publishers have benefited by having face because platform so so particularly in all the users all the users go to facebook and then they click through for news rather than going to a new site for news which is something that the entire news industry is desperately trying to change. Probably new york times to the front of that bbc and the daily mail been leading on that for a while so the question is should facebook pay when people prefer platform to a news homepage. And that's difficult. All depends on whether or not publishers need. Facebook more than facebook. Needs publishes and i do not know the answer to that question also opposed goes to the heart of the origins of the open web. Doesn't it steve. Because the whole point of the way that the world wide web was built walls you can always linked to something for free. You can refer someone to something for free. That's not the same as publishing. That's how wikipedia works that's how other sites that are the facts about this work. Some applies in the state. Okay off the bolted. But i think we'll be interested to find out if that kind of sliding mole Content makers these big platforms whether that does really benefit that does is it going to increase the goss. Subscriptions by being late to secure gle by having that league that click from facebook. Is it going gonna financially benefit the middle lousy probably fund that journalism but also like who's getting the money and that's the other thing isn't it. Do we say in the case of google. You're saying google play pool. I mean that's true. That was a threat. Basically from being wasn't disable we'll pay in that kind of seemed to them a little bit. But do you say great. Journalism is being properly funded by google. Because they're going to give some money to news corp every time you click the link or do you say oh sorry open web. It was nice while it lasted but actually turns out we promote it was going to get the money anyway. The idea of the open wipe is tricky in anyway because as increasingly more sites are finding out a subscription model is is a way to have more stable income rather than appetizing income. Once it got a discussion there is no right. Answer that both valid but when it comes to how you fund journalism which journalism you decide is worthy of funding is stuff that is well read worthy of funding or is it only meaningful investigations. Take six months and nobody reads. Is that the sort of stuff. You should be funding. And who draws the line and where is that line drawn about what is worthy journalism. And what is just stuff that you found out that you're writing about and both valid like says it takes sports. Journalism is that valid journalism. And should that be funded. Is that less or more worth than a quick story about somebody who's been defrauded. It's a difficult thing about whether you make that judgment. The same as every publications editor is the story. Worthy should be a newsweek story. Is a bbc stories at wherever story. How do you workout. How you fund those things if you're a third party platform but also another reason that it seems that google have stumped up now as an an onion australia but the presumption is this might roll out elsewhere as well obviously is that they're launching. Google news showcase which is a new product isn't it. I think you need to google news app to see in the uk. So i haven't have you and also as a publisher as an editor. Does he really did these. Things really actually make any different. I mean how many links referrals do you get from sites like that and apple news really. I'm going to speak very vaguely about the level of traffic. That person's gusty. I think is the price of talking to say. I would puglia shame. The news traffic is significant across globally. So that it's it's not an insignificant patriot figures when you talk about the level of loyalty brings the branding. That's more difficult question. And there are no clear answers on that but take facebook facebook as you start. It's news initiative so announced the already launched in the us but announces launching in the uk. The next few weeks of that that plans to pay news publishers to be partnered with facebook so that that type of model is beginning already and we know that. Facebook and google provide huge amounts of traffic to publishers across the world. The ones where there're affiliate content and have been around for a while so we know so flipboard poker apple news. Are they actually significant. There's a user. They don't seem to me to be at yes that Flipboard is still flipboard user. Bases shrunk over the recent years because of google's controversial push towards its an platforms above flip boat but they are still all big traffic drivers. And if you're looking full patriots all of those are valid and can drive millions of patriot. Each month i think so once you get into the real multinational website so much sites. It's less of a percentage for this sites that that could be a huge jump in traffic. That could be thirty. Forty percent and on the smaller sites steve. A you mentioned misinformation an arguably. Actually if you've got kind of legit sources adding revenue for placement on sites like google. It away you can be sure about the quality of the journalism but at the same time you end up with a which is why the web existed you end up with that. A two lane highway. Don't you wear the smaller players and never given the prominence of the big players and it's actually harder to combat. Political narrative will propaganda that way than it would be otherwise it yet. I i suppose that's why you need to look a look at these other platforms. That are kind of imagine like capacity people having the different compensations. What you might get some full sensitive information beth. I wonder if that to access journalism days is always going to exist in some full and the people he won't say will find it but that he wants incentivized Look beyond really manny while they were

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Facebook Takes A Hard Line Against Proposed Australian Law

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:52 min | 5 months ago

Facebook Takes A Hard Line Against Proposed Australian Law

"Facebook has abruptly cut off news to and from a continent. Facebook is blocking users in australia from sharing or reading news stories there several parts to this australian. Publishers cannot post links to their own stories. Ordinary citizens in australia cannot post links to any news stories and in fact people anywhere in the world cannot post news stories that come out of australia. The decision shocked australia news outlets in a huge change for social media in australia. Facebook has blocked news content from being shed on its platform from facebook has taken a stunning step of banning australian uses and publishes from viewing or sharing news articles on its website. What's going on here we've called. Npr tech correspondent shannon bond. I and before we begin we should note that facebook. It's a financial supporter of npr. We cover them like any other companies shannon. Good morning. good morning steve. What caused facebook's move well. Australia is weighing. This proposed law that would force tech companies like facebook to pay big publishers. For linking to their stories this law is trying to address this long running criticism from media companies you know that facebook and google. Npr sponsoring these big tech platforms. Have just sucked up so much of the advertising revenue media outlets around the world. Have these concerns that that's really hurt. The news business news websites just can't compete for advertising with tech giants which are so big so dominant and of course are an important channel to readers. I just wanna know what you're telling me. The law is not even law yet. It's something that's on. Its way to becoming law. And so it's almost a kind of negotiating tactic or lobbying effort. That facebook is said. We're gonna cut you off now right. I mean this fight has been brewing for months. This proposal is expected to become law soon and facebook is just saying it's not going to play with with the rules. Australia is setting which would require platforms to reach deals with publishers to pay for content facebook. Says this law quote fundamentally misunderstands. Its relationship with news outlets view. Is that news that lets choose to post on. Facebook and ultimately publishers benefit more than facebook does and we should say that as this is rolled out. Facebook has acted pretty broadly in terms of blocking things some australian government pages including a fire and rescue agency. Even the weather service had their swipe. Yesterday even facebook's own facebook page was blank in australia. Because it's restoring these pages that have gotten inadvertently caught in the filters are is facebook's response any different than other companies that might be affected by a rule requiring payment in order to to post links. We'll right so the other company could've crosshairs. Here is google which has taken a very different approach. Google had previously also threatened to shut down in australia. It's now reached deals with several big publishers. There most notably it three year global. Deal with newscorp which owns the wall street journal as well as several australian papers. I see. That's notable because newscorp is run by rupert murdoch. he is australian. He's a powerful force in media and politics there. He's been lobbying for years for the tech companies to pay for news content and he has thrown his considerable support behind this law once his companies to be any chance of a like this in the united states. Well i think that's the big concern here and why we're seeing facebook accident act like this. You know it doesn't want to capitulate australia fearing that. Could set a precedent elsewhere and we've heard from lawmakers in canada and europe who say they're open to this approach just last week another. Us tech giant microsoft said it supports version of the australian law and the us. And i think there is concerned that this is something that could we could see here. But you know even if it's just in australia this has big consequences when it comes to. We know that's a problem for facebook. You know it's talked about promoting accurate information. But now people in australia can't post you know. Reputable news stories to counter false claims

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5 Top Advertising Trends to watch out for in 2021

The Ad For Good Podcast

09:17 min | 5 months ago

5 Top Advertising Trends to watch out for in 2021

"Of the world now that we've begun twenty twenty one. I thought i'd share with you. The five top advertising trends to watch out for in twenty twenty one. Do you want to stay on top of the latest advertising. Transfer this year. Do you want to know exactly how to keep your customers. Engaged whilst using innovative creative techniques and technology to promote your business and products. keep listening. I've got you covered boone. Today has looked into the crystal ball and pulled out all the necessary information that you need to note to be ahead of the game this year. So let's get started number. One user generated content. Ugc is way uses create and promote their own content for a brand on social media and it outperformed itself in twenty twenty fall beyond brand created content to be specific ads based on user generated content. Receive four times higher. Click through rates compared to average at as well as twenty eight percent higher engagement rate compared to standard company posts content is created by customers using filters that brands create on snapchat or instagram stories through tiktok videos or even to instagram orioles with the use of tagging and hashtags one of my favorite examples of a brand utilizing user generated content is by the iconic which made its mother's day campaign featuring images and footage of real mothers at home in lockdown struggling with home schooling crying children and so much more. What i love about this campaign is how it is not only unedited. Unfolded user generated content but that it is using this content to remind others. Today are not alone that there are so many people going through the same struggles as they do each day. User generated content is predicted to only saw in twenty twenty one with the use of tiktok. Instagram rails live stories are more. There are so many options for influences to create attention grabbing content. That is relatable fun to watch and so incredibly convincing it has water mouth marketing in a virtual space where word spreads faster than in the real world after all nothing says trust like content created by someone. You completely relate to an empathize with on social media number two in game advertising last march nintendo released animal crossing new horizons and it sold more than thirteen point. Four one million copies in just six weeks if you onshore. Why so many were sold. Some external research about now is advised if you are up to date as you or your son daughter niece nephew cousin parent or even dog plays this game. Twenty four hours a day. Then you can understand the hype about this game now. What is even more fascinating about. This game is what some browns have done by partnering with animal crossing for example marc jacobs release their own virtual collection online allowing users to dress avatar in the luxury clothes of the brand off so they entered a unique code. Only six of their favourite pieces were presented as they are a luxury designer brand off audible but one brown took this partnership to a whole new level. The branded gem oh in france in partnership with the agency caused beef decided that as physical shops are shocked. Why don't they opened a shop in a video game and that is exactly what they did. Their brand or ready to wear clothing was a hit in the animal. Crossing game as these types of clothes are exactly what people were buying obsessively during lockdown comfortable affordable and cozy. The video game was advertising in itself. And if you look on the blog of this article you will see the clothes referred directly to real pieces in real life role who wouldn't want a virtual shopping experience in their favorite video game. If you check out the blog page you'll see some images of the close in real life transported directly to avatars in the video game. This type of advertising is predicted only to rise in twenty twenty one number three product placement. This is thought to be the oldest trick in the book but we predict that. This trend has only just begun from stranger things to suits right down to friends. They're sneaky ways that bronze managed to incorporate their products into popular tv shows and movies. While sixty eight percent of product. Placements lasts for five seconds or less product placement is the largest in foster scoring market in the us generating billions of dollars in revenue which will only grow in twenty twenty one. The next time you sit down to watch your favorite netflix. Show look out for the cleverly place logos of brands to catch your is subconsciously. This is a multibillion dollar market in the advertising industry and it will expand to new heights in two thousand and twenty one for example. If you check out the blog page you will see that in a snapshot from the show stranger things. The logo of burger king could not have been less subtly placed in the image however other times the product or logo is so subtly placed that you might not even notice it the first time round. This is a multi billion dollar market in the advertising industry and it will expand to new heights in twenty twenty one number four nostalgia marketing the world. We live in is not only fast paced but driven strongly by looking towards the future. I also don't need to remind you of the struggles that our planet went through last year from the loss of loved ones due to covid nineteen the loss of houses due to bush fires. The loss of black lives in a fight for equality and so much else. I also can't put into words. The pain that some of us have felt during this year therefore we believe that nostalgia marketing will be boosted to new heights in twenty twenty one studies have shown then style gives our lives a sense of meaning and continuity there by having a positive effect on on mental wellbeing. It brings us a sense of happiness amid chaos and reminds people happier and simpler time thereby encouraging you to buy the product to remind you of all the happy memories nyc pepsi gucci. A mountain jew are a few brands that adopted such a strategy of marketing. And they use this. During twenty twenty. Whilst the wild was trying to navigate itself through unpredictable and unprecedented times for example cheetos included nostalgia marketing in that twenty twenty super bowl advert by introducing cheetos popcorn the advert featured the nostalgic feeling of eating a bag of cheetos up finishing with bright orange fingers. This is something that so many people who are watching the super bowl could relate to as they remember being in the yummy and messy situation when they were younger. We can therefore expect to see some blasts from the past appearing soon on your screens as brands triton transport. You back to the past with some old time favorites. This type of marketing is certainly not new. But walk goes around certainly comes back around and it seems like twenty twenty is where people can use a boost of happiness and a sense of nostalgia number five brand activism purpose driven advertising. We saved the best to lost. Twenty twenty was a year of so many surprises and filled to the brim with certainty and fair for the future. When the world was at a low point many brands were seen taking a stance by voicing their support for those that are struggling. Reebok twitter nyc vocally showed their support for the black lives matter movement through their social media pages. Some brands went even further by inserting brand activism. Into that branding. An even products for example ben and jerry's created the on fudge off future campaign in which they teamed up with the climate council and to fifty dot org australia to encourage the australian government to ditch fossil fuels and use renewable energy. Instead they created a whole new flavor of non dairy ice cream and passing allies it to address the australian prime minister directly saying day. Scott morris make fossil fuels history and a portion of the proceeds from each ice cream was donated to three fifty australia. This was ben. And jerry's way to voice that concern about their is about climate change and to use their power to drive a campaign to pressure the government to invest into one hundred percent renewable energies brand activism. Is trent that will grow to new highs. This year more and more brands are standing up for what they believe. In and this is what makes brands authentic nowadays at noon today we have seen firsthand that campaigns driven by a pappas gain not only ten times more engagement on their platforms but it also shows that browns are committed to

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Imagine a life without Google

Reset

05:29 min | 5 months ago

Imagine a life without Google

"Up one day and google. All of google is gone. G mail search. Google drive youtube google home. Google maps gone in australia. That world without google might not be that far off lawmakers. There are pushing for some regulations on the silicon valley giant and in response. Google has threatened to turn off its services in the entire country. Joining me discuss recode reporter and host of the new season of podcasts. You listen to called land of giants and it shrink affari history. Hey tiny so. The new season drops today. Congratulations everyone should listen to it right now. or after. this is over In this season you chronicle google's rise from tech startup to this global powerhouse that is now fighting with australian government walking. You tell us about australia. Tell me what's happening there with regulators and how this might play out. Yes so it's a real standoff between australian government and google and basically what the government wants is for google to pay publishers. More like newspapers magazines for new snippets. That show up. Google search but also and probably even more critically for google. They want google to open up their secret algorithms around how they rank results in search and notify any kind of news organization if they end up changing that algorithm and that is something that will really close chest and does not want to share and in land of the giants. We actually went into the origins of google's first revolutionary algorithm called page rank and You know why was it so important and something that you would never want to give away if you're google because that's exactly what makes you google. What would that mean to pull out of the country. Does that mean if someone in australia goes to. Google dot com. They don't get anything. Possibly it could mean that you cannot do a google search. You cannot Open g mail. I think that The full scope of it hasn't really been discussed because at this point they're negotiating right. It's a negotiation and google has said this is a last resort option. They would not wanna poll google's products. But who knows it could be something in between they could just block news articles from showing up so you could still find your local pizza hut. But you couldn't find an article about world politics. Yeah i mean it feels like this Matters to non. Australians which i assume is most of our listeners. apologies to those over there but for most listeners this is about one country. And you know they're fighting some tech giant. Whatever like. Tell me why i should care. The big deal is that this is kind of a template for how governments are going to deal with google in the future right because google and itself has become so powerful that it's almost like its own nation state and you know if a stray elia really wins in the standoff. It'll be a flex of power and so it could be something that we see happen. Not just a miss really about in england in the uk who knows maybe even in the us one day and it's a real test of who's gonna win and zooming out from this right. This is a conversation that's happening. Not just not just the united states but everywhere right about is google chew powerful. That's the theme. You look at during land of the giants. Tell me about how. Google might fair under a democratic administration that frankly like the republican administration that preceded. It is preparing serious. Antitrust action against the titans. That's rates for google right now. It is a very important critical and nerve wracking time. Because they're facing this historic lawsuit. The us government under president trump's administration has sued them. And said you know cues them being a monopoly and now this new administration under biden is inheriting that case and everyone is looking to see who is biden's new attorney general. Who is he going to pick to lead up. This google case is going to be even harder on google. Is he going to expand the scope of the case. How much attention is he going to give it. And we don't really know yet but we do know that there are really strong currents Within the democratic party pushing to be aggressive in breaking up google's power and that comes from people like elizabeth warren and bernie sanders. Who have campaigned around this idea and have a a strong progressive flank of supporters in the party so You know no one knows for sure. But let's say we do know that biden is feeling the pressure to take on big tech and to not be afraid to have his administration go after google and other big tech companies like amazon and facebook. So google is so big at this point that when we talk about antitrust action. We probably aren't really thinking big enough. Frankly i mean. Tell me if google were in australia or you know. Be broken up in the united states. Can you just give me like a sense of the vastness of google empire like. What are we taking for granted in this conversation. I think we take for granted a lot because we just use it every day. It's the calm this integral part of our lives. If google's products were to be pulled from the internet. I basically personally wouldn't probably be able to do my job or even get around with google maps or something like that right and google offers most of these products largely for free so to give google credit. You know they've made these tools. That are so incredibly helpful on the other hand. Are we to reliant on them should there be more competitors in the space. Those are the kinds of questions that politicians are asking right now.

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Australian court rules terrorists can be imprisoned longer

BBC World Service

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Australian court rules terrorists can be imprisoned longer

"In Australia has ruled that a Muslim cleric who was jailed for leading a terrorist group can still be detained despite completing a 15 year sentence. Sharma Julio in Sydney has more details. Abdul Nacer Benbrika, a known supporter of Osama bin Laden, lost his appeal against the continuing detention order filed by the Australian government. The high court found that the law was valued as it protected the community from the threat of terrorism. Ben break, his lawyers had argued that his prolonged detention was unfair and that the federal government did not have the power to impose the order. The Muslim cleric and his followers were arrested in November 2000 and five after Australia strength and laws to detain those in the early stages of plotting terror attacks.

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Is WA overreacting by locking down so much?

Coronacast

04:13 min | 6 months ago

Is WA overreacting by locking down so much?

"Hello this is. Corona cast a daily podcast. All about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen. Tulloch position journalist alter norman swan. It's monday the first of february. That's right and yesterday. We were mocking the longest stretch. Nationwide without any luck transmission since february last year was fourteen consecutive days. But we've seen that stretch broken With a case announced in western australia yesterday norman male cortel quarantine security guard in his twenties. Who was working at the sheraton four points quarantine hotel and w i has not surprisingly jumped really hot on the web announced a really tough five lockdown basically. No one's going anywhere for five days until they figure out what's going on so one case and a really tough five day lockdown. Is this an overreaction. Or is this the right level of reaction. No i think it's the right level of reaction and the mandatory masks as well and they've just done everything to get this under control. It's one person but this person's been to a lot of different areas potentially a lot of contacts. Luckily so far his flatmates were are negative and they would be the people most at risk so the may well be very little if any spread here. But you just don't know and it's possible that he's got the uk variant of the virus since the uk very was on. That was on the floor of the people. He was speaking after him so one of the things they're doing is they're canceling weddings for the next five days like you say this Mosques are expected to be in place and a lot of other measures that have been put into place in norman. You've said basically since the very start of this podcast. If people can bear the cost him on set far back that the way to get on top of these fires is to go in hard into going to ease their limit to the hardness and early. Nece that you are prepared to endorse. This is still within your your realm if you want to control this virus. There's only one thing that works when you really when you when you don't know where the virus is and that is a longtime which stops people coming in contact with each other and running the risk of spreading the virus. You got to keep the virus away from other people. So the lockdown is what works now. There's no question. As new south wales has shown that guerrilla good contact tracing high testing ritz contact tracing. An isolationist required does make a difference and can get under control. But that's taken weeks in new south wales when there's been no uk variant the uk variant as people listening to chronic will know eddie homes on from the university of sydney a little while ago. Is that the wuhan. Virus spreads from one person to about two point five the uk variant spreads from one person to about three point four. That's probably the best way of thinking about it. Robin the percentage is a fifty percent or seventy percent more contagious so it is a lot more contagious and remember. This is a virus that spreads in clusters rather than evenly spread through the community. That's why these venues are so important to come to actually pin down get tested. Who were at those venues at those times published by the west australian government so it could be like southeasterly korea and queensland where it turned out to be a fisher on nice vizner to have and they're able to lift the lockdown early and that's great but a three four or five day locked on is much better than some stopping and starting not controlling the the virus which is what they've done and look what happens and the other problem and w. unlike new south wales and unlike victoria is they haven't had any community spread for ages knives since early be early last year and so people had returned to normal soon. Can't expect them to kind of do half of a social isolation process. You've really got to pull the whole population back. And then just your sees it up for five days and the you know the good news is likely to be that there hasn't spread but it's possible has in which case just got to give under

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Google threatens to shut down in Australia over proposed tech law

WSJ What's News

01:09 min | 6 months ago

Google threatens to shut down in Australia over proposed tech law

"Google is threatening to shut down. Its search engine in australia. Over a proposed law that would require tech giant to pay publishers for news. Australia's prime minister fired back. Saying the country makes its own rules and doesn't respond to threats. The wsj's mike cherney has more this a pretty extreme threat. Google made and the reason that they made this is because they're locked in a dispute with the australian government over paying for news articles essentially paying australian media companies like newspapers for their content. This dispute also involves facebook because facebook also links to news articles on facebook social media platforms. So this has been going on for a while and what. Australia's trying to do is A world i. It's being basically watched locally because no jurisdiction has gone maybe quite this far as to try and compel these big tech companies to pay local publishers media companies in australia including local subsidiaries of newscorp owner of the wall street journal have supported that provision publishers. Argue that the law could help. Prevent the tech giant's from walking away from negotiations.

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Australian coal exports reportedly banned by China

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:01 min | 7 months ago

Australian coal exports reportedly banned by China

"Chinese state. Media is reporting today. That china has made official severe restrictions on the import of coal leaving hundreds of millions of tons of the stuff parked haplessly off the chinese coast in ships. That won't be talking. It is a severe and clearly symbolic expression of china's accelerating annoyance with australia. The two countries had long been profitably bound by china's fullness of australia's mineral resources the current episode of monocle. Twenty fours the foreign desk takes a broader look at the china. Australia spat in it. I speak to former australian. Prime minister and former australian diplomat to china kevin rudd. I began by asking him. Just how bad things are got most of us who have been but analysts said -ticipant in its relationship of the last several decades would site that in the near fifty year period since diplomatic relations were established in nineteen seventy two. This is the worst stage that the relationship is raised beds against all measures political diplomatic economic security human rights united. It's all gone right down. The too many contributing factors to this but indirect to question. It's a fifty year low. I think the way to analyze what's unfolding in. The of china relationship is to see it in terms of the normal outworkings all a great cow on the rise in this case but abnormally in this case the rise of a pow which is a one party state with an authoritarian political system. Fewing somewhat mckendall is taken on ole sees as well as seeking to adjust boundaries with its nighters maritime and land by his boundaries that is part of the reality but it does impact not just a straight but other american allies like japan the republic of korea in south southeast asia those in central asia even the russian federation bubble miata hand. What you've had is. An australian government said somewhat incapable differentiating between what i would describe as the operational characteristics of effective china's strategy and confusing that deliberately or otherwise on a continuing basis with a declaratory strategy which ends up being driven by domestic political imperatives. So it is. In fact the call these factors. In imprecise kerr relation with each other which actually produces the net result and frankly. It's an ungodly miss. The time for circuit breaker has well and truly come to prison. The mood for such circuit breaker has not yet arrived. But if you are not just necessarily this australian government but an australian government is there no grounds at all for concern about sinister designs. China may have on australia at this point. In recent months and years we've seen detention of australian journalists in china. There's been varies. Influence peddling scandals strode in michael burgess the director general of aco claims. There's more espionage. Dwayne australia right now than there was during the cold war. The key point here is what we conclude domestically in australia as constituting real threats to try national security by giving janis actions whether it's in state basis cyber cyber-attacks influence operations against his train. Politicians will the media or other such activities in dealing effectively. With each of those challenges it is not necessarily mandated that she didn't take out a mega fan every second day and proclaimed that from the rooftops is the constant differential i seek to explain between an operational strategy as opposed to a declaratory strategy. My advice to premise morrison repeatedly has been do more. Silas do more is in fact. A series of concrete measures enhancing on national security pows enhancing now intelligence assets enhancing fundamental economic cow enhancing out calculation growth in strengthening our alliances and relationships with countries. Around the world of just the united states but in southeast asia and beyond as well and that is gonna separate matter from proclaiming. I said every second tuesday morning. The original There's about two landing bondi beach by the chinese amphibious force. It's quite a different matter. Intelligent mature national strategy. Understand the difference between the two and the owners say practical example. The difference between the two look for example japan on a daily basis weekly bi assists in the last several years handled its relationship with china relatively stable notwithstanding the fact that japan is a annella. United states. Big is a liberal. Democracy see has tonners single loudest economic D has american military bases on its soil and e as a rolling territorial dispute with china chinese china sea of caucus data yet. Despite that the japan china economic relationship prestige relatively unmolested. Why because by the albay and supersonic plaisted looney eternal shall we say eastern virtue of shutting up from time to time as opposed to simply proclaiming everything from the rooftops that's effective strategy as opposed to opening your mouth full of time which is primarily driven ministries case by range of domestic political imperatives. Which in turn complicate the foreign policy agenda is saving to prosecute.

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Australia faces difficulties with domestic-developed coronavirus vaccine

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Australia faces difficulties with domestic-developed coronavirus vaccine

"Australian researchers say they've abandoned development of a potential coronavirus vaccine because of false positive results researchers say the university of Queensland vaccine the walls to be manufactured at Australian by a pharmaceutical company C. S. al's Melbourne headquarters have proven safe and produced a robust response during phase one trials but the teams have agreed not to proceed further because of a false positive HIV results due to a protein contained in the potential vaccine it was one of five on which the Australian government has signed contracts with developers the stadium is a major blow to Australian vaccination plans to become self sufficient I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Trouble brewing for tennis in Australia

The Tennis Podcast

04:33 min | 8 months ago

Trouble brewing for tennis in Australia

"We've had some news tonight from australia. That a lot of the plans that they'd had in place that we understood them to be from the interviews that criteria the tournament director done. All the idea. Was that players would come in. Mid-december do that. Two weeks of quarantine play all of the pre australian open tournaments in melbourne To reduce travel and potential spreading of the virus. And that has. We've been told tonight in reporting by tennis channel. Initially that is not going to be viable. That players are not going to be allowed to come into the country as things stand in december at all and the first day that they will be allowed to set foot in the country as the first of january. Which if they are required to do two weeks quarantine at that point would take them up to about three or four days before the australian open is due to begin which is hardly ideal at the very least and potentially threatens the entire australian tennis summa Certainly those preview those run-up tournaments that That they would hope to run whether the couple for some of the other events that they might bring over from brisbane and adelaide and sydney. We don't know officially wear tennis australia. Stand on this at the moment. We we've only heard this news in the last few hours and it does follow comments from the premier of victoria. Saying that it's absolutely not a done deal. Plays can come in in december you know because of the logistical issues of bringing all these people in and they've spent such a long time in lockdown getting rid of the virus dampening down to the fact that they've had apparently zero cases over the last couple of weeks new cases So we don't really know where we stunned. I think the what kind of expect they may end up doing if this continues in plaza not allowed to come until the end of december. The the first week in january is to try to coincide the two weeks of quarantine with those tournaments and be able to get permission for players to practice and play competitively. I would imagine in some sort of bubble whilst effectively quarantining and therefore that would make it doable for them. Not only to run additional tournaments but also to play the strain open. But catherine this is Just generally this is a pretty alarming state of affairs. isn't it given. it's not that far away now. Now we're talking about plays plays would have been booked in planning to travel in less than a month's time to australia significantly less than a month's time in in some someplace cases and particularly exum i think because because the tennis will the i thought okay. I mean the the barriers to entry to australian and the price of entry is incredibly high but once their once the tennis world is there and and post three days barriers. It's a it's a kind of safe haven for tennis to exist for while and and flourish for oil for that to be thrown into some uncertainty Is is quite discombobulating. Ready an i. I can only imagine how the players in the tools feel about it. I i completely respect the position of If the australian government absolutely i mean we are in a glass house in terms of criticizing the likes of australia's Approach to risk averse approach to To covid nineteen absolutely But yet the timing of it is is very disconcerting. Absolutely me i'd say something. I keeps coming back to me when we have in the events after the us. Open rome and run gar austin a couple of times match just mentioned. I'm watching this. And i'm still wondering whether it really is right. You know to see all this international travel when this is going on it. Just it's hard to put the two together as much as we love the sport and wanted to be out to be viable at the moment.

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"australian government" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

06:22 min | 11 months ago

"australian government" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

"Like any <hes> INFO <hes>. . Technology Sector <hes> security has plenty of indexes flooding around or get. . Indexes collided by vendors and people trying to sell things to us <hes> I thought this <hes> for Senate index was. . Useful because it doesn't come from <hes> I accompany <unk> product. . It say independent academic <hes> <unk> attempt to benchmark Com, , sub security capability and intent from nation sites <hes>. . It appealed to make per couple of reasons may not have had A to do with Bill Center in the past <hes> spend a little bit of Thanh. . Talking to their academics <hes> in previous roles and particularly locked the way that <hes>. . This report sets <hes> metrics that up designed to objectively major subsidy maturity in nations <hes>. . So it says what are the kind of things that we could judge the intent of a nation in the obscurity spice <hes>, , and one of the kind of things that we could use to <hes> objectively major capability. . And it tells an interesting story in Australia Australia's categorized in the higher intent, , low capability quadrant <hes>, , and the reason for that is because when <hes> the the objective metrics this reporter applied to the statements made by by government ministers by government departments, , entities about what our intent is. . Assab security spice. . Where about the most ambitious nation in the world for ask security attend? ? But. . Then when you look at what our actual capabilities against that intent on again measured in a series of <hes> objective metrics. . We fold anti sixteenth in that space. . So, , FA May <hes> that told a pretty familiar story because this over promising on delivering stories. . One that I think is familiar to a lot of. . People in the Strand security sector. . In the context of these trying government's actions since the twenty six, , Day sub, , security strategy. . A lot of announcement to be my bet when you follow up way those announcements. . In the years after that have been made <hes>, , you say less deleted then was announced to the media. . Will what's on the industry? ? Kodak in the two thousand, sixteen , strategy that was undefended <hes> at least out of the Prime Minister's office. . This one <hes> is looking out at a ten years. . The two thousand twenty strategy is looking at at the ten year timeframe. . And proposing one point six, , billion, , dollar <hes> funding. . Backdrop, , but a lot of that is going into law enforcement and as you say might be into that capability. . What's your take on the strategy itself? ? Overall as you say, , it's it's another announcement is on the strategy whether it's not as another thing but <hes> certainly <hes> yet your thoughts on the strategy itself and where maybe else we could have been in twenty twenty <hes> from the twenty six danes strategies. . Have you have you seen that the two thousand twenty strategy's building on the twenty, , sixteen or? ? 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Enforcement agencies like the the I pay, , and that's well and good <hes>. . We have I think outstanding <hes> internationally recognized capabilities within is. . <hes> and this is the conduct that you have to keep investing in order to. . Maintain those capabilities in my time <hes> that that international ranking. . Suppose big <hes>. . Criticism that that libraries had <hes> is one that we've been exploring for at the loss twelve months and that's really When you look at <hes> security policy to strike the problem is the ability to project those capabilities out of the silos of how defense and security agencies. . To the problems in Australia Com in terms of lifting a bench, , mock the baseline up security security. . Brazil and Sada resilience across the Australian government trying economy <hes>. . You know there's a lot of examples of that. . Wall is day is absolutely world standard. . Saab resiliency combined entities is as at the government's own description <hes> reminding at relatively low levels. . <hes> you know the is days top full became mandatory in the. . Seventies ago now. . <hes> had a slew of a straight national ordered office inquiry since then. . <hes> when you type them all up on like twenty nine percent of Kamal entities compliant with all the top four. . Seven years after theoretically became mandatory say interesting. . Is Connect between very high capability. Inside . Is Day <hes> lower levels of saga resilience <hes> and more broadly throughout government not to sign story that we see in the corporate sector unites now at banks and Al. . Telcos, , <hes> absolately will class intends to their sub security posture. . But you only have to sort of take one stiff through the down. . In the I six navy top fifty. . And you start seeing. . Very, , different levels of resilience.

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"australian government" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"australian government" Discussed on Here & Now

"From NPR and WBZ. I'm Tanya Moseley. I'm Jeremy It's here now and let's get more reaction to last night's debate which comes just two days before the Nevada caucuses. There were six Democratic candidates on stage last night but the newest one Michael Bloomberg is not on the ballot in Nevada. He's got his eyes on Super Tuesday. Which is coming up in twelve days and he took fire from all the other candidates Joe Biden Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren Amy Klobuchar and Pete Boot. `Age let's bring in. Npr's Osma holid- in Las Vegas. Hi Asthma so let's start with former mayor Bloomberg it was his first time on the national debate stage and many are saying he seemed unprepared for some of the pointed attacks. He faced including his support of stop and Frisk. Policies during his tenure. As mayor. Here he is. I've apologized to give nece but the bottom line is that we stopped too many people and we've got to make sure that we do something about criminal justice in this country. There is no great answer to a lot of these problems. If we took off everybody that was wrong. This office panel everybody. That was wrong on criminal justice at some time in the careers. That'd be nobody else up here. Even his own campaign staff have admitted he didn't do as well as expected. What are people saying today that he's actually having a rally in Salt Lake City in Utah today that that's going to be voting later in the calendar as you mentioned? He's not on the ballot here in Nevada and my colleague Isha Rosco has been with him and she says that he has tried to pivot towards the General Election. Message essentially saying that Donald Trump sees his poll numbers and he scared and he also warned against nominating Bernie Sanders saying it would be fatal error. T T to the point of cleanup of yesterday's debate. I mean look the the campaign has been suggesting that a lot of folks came out directly to target Mike Bloomberg and that he had not been on the debates dishes and debated in over a decade. I think that's sort of tricky question. I mean he has the money and the ad space to be able to change the narrative regardless of what people saw in last night's debate. But like you said he's not actually on the ballot. He's not going to be a contested force until Super Tuesday. So I don't know that we have a clear sense of how this actually shakes out with voters yet will I? It was surprising. Given the Bernie Sanders is in the lead in the polls at this point how few attacks compared to Bloomberg that he got He he stood his ground on several of them though including criticism of his Medicare for all plan on how to pay for it Let's listen to the answer here. He is an exchange with Pete. Buddha judge people.

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"australian government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"australian government" Discussed on AP News

"Australian government has scrapped a twelve year old time table for ending indigenous disadvantage saying that the policy had failed a new center left labor party government launched the ambitious closing the gap initiative in two thousand eight its goal was to achieve equality for indigenous Australians in health and life expectancy within a generation prime ministers that presented to parliament to report every year since then qualifying progress made in seven areas conservative prime minister Scott Morrison uses annual report to note that only two of the seven measures were on track closing the gap between indigenous and other Australians and finishing high school and getting four year olds and rolled in early education but indigenous man continued to die almost nine years younger than other Australian men and indigenous women died almost eight years younger than other women the gap is widening in the measure of child mortality which is twice the rate than the indigenous community that and the wider Australian society Morrison's that successive governments top down approach to closing the gap just hasn't worked actor jussie Smollett has another performance in Chicago a piece of my cross your reports he's been indicted there on a half dozen new charges a grand jury in Chicago has returned to six count indictment accusing actor jussie Smollett of lying to police when he reported a racist and homophobic attack last year the indictments were announced by special prosecutor Dan Webb who was appointed by a judge in August after the original charges against small let were dropped after recusing herself from the case cook county state's attorney Kim fox unexpectedly drops disorderly conduct charges against molest angering police officials and then mayor Rahm Emmanuel the city of Chicago has sued small at seeking reimbursement of more than one hundred thirty thousand dollars for overtime pay two officers who investigated his report hi Mike Ross yeah harmful material on Facebook Twitter and other social media could lead to fines in Great Britain as AT correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports the companies themselves are on board new plans would give the tele communications watchdog off com how to enforce a duty of pale on companies such as Facebook and Twitter two official site protect users from harmful and illegal terrorist on child abuse content in particular firms that do allow harmful material to flourish well don't remove it quickly would be sanctioned it looks like tech companies a welcoming the regulations Rebecca Stimson the social networks head of public policy says for one Facebook because long cold the new regulations to set high standards across the internet Charles de Ledesma London.

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"australian government" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"australian government" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Is is an insurance policy against a collapse against a crisis financial missile crisis and that's a real possibility so now more than ever. I think you should learn about gold and go well. Let me say this. If you trust the government you know the U._S.. Government the English government the Japanese government Australian government then then just save your silly money you know save the Aussie dollar say the yen save the peso say the Canadian loony save the euro. If you trust your government I don't trust him. So that's why Timon I save goal widow gold. It's not an investment and by the way rich does not recommend anything where an education company so. If you want an investment you have you should talk to Brian as well as Dana but we don't recommend anything and when people say how much goes you own well Kim and I own a lot of it because if you read fake without need money we've we've figured out in fit called an infant return. We can just print our own money but that takes some skill anyway depends on who you are but the multiple say five to ten percent. I don't know how you measure that but most financial planners will say five ten percent the reason that don't say twenty five percent is because they don't get commissions on gold if you understand US always self interest and everything on the world and that's why the Rich Dad company okay makes we take no commissions. Make no recommendations of what you should buy so once again when now ask Robert Most popular program you can submit your question to ask Robert at rich DAD RADIO DOT COM. Some Melissa was the first question for us Robert. Our first question today comes from common in Australia Favorite Book Rich Dad Poor Dad Ozzy Ozzy Ozzy boy this hi Robert Thank you for sharing your wisdom with the world and your.

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"australian government" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"australian government" Discussed on KGO 810

"All right. Good afternoon. Okay. That last caller, I just want to set a few things straight, that guy with the Australian government, the ambassador with the Australian government. This guy did not make a contribution to the Clinton foundation. I had to look this up because I hadn't heard that before, but this is the stuff that conspiracies are made of what happened was that he worked with his government, a, he was a fundamental part of working with his government. And in order to get his government to contribute twenty five million dollars in aid from Australia to help the Clinton foundation fight aids. So this is yeah, he it was him. He was a he had a role in securing this twenty five million dollars in aid from Australia to the Clinton foundation in their fight against aids. This happened in February of two thousand six okay? So what happened with popadopoulos is they were getting drunk? It was a night of heavy drinking in London in twenty-six, teen ten years later, George popadopoulos, who was a foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign and this Australian diplomat whose name is Alexander Downer. So they're drinking together. And in the course of their drunken night. He popadopoulos revealed that Russia had political dirt on Hillary Clinton, and that they were going to provide it to the Trump campaign, and he said that he had learned this about three weeks earlier that they had thousand he told him it wasn't just when we go it, he told the ambassador that Moscow had thousands of e mails. That we're going to embarrass Mrs Clinton and so that happened and then Alexander Downer apparently didn't say anything immediately two months after their drunken night, democratic emails began appearing online, at that point, he revealed the information Australian officials passed that information to their American counterparts, which would be the FBI that is, according to four current and former American inform. Foreign officials with direct knowledge of a stray Ilyas role. Now you're gonna tell me that, that constitutes evidence that Hillary Clinton was colluding with Russia. I think you need a drink. Eight hundred eighty eight ten is the number. This is cagey, Al Pat Thurston on K G O eight ten. New subsidies, someday, noon..

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"australian government" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"australian government" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Breaking news from the banking commission the banking inquiry. This is where the news conference is going to take place read headlines, Australia, banking, quiet recommends against structure separation. I mean, this is a long going arduous investigation. There is a t live. So they Australian banking quarry recommends against structural separation. Yes. So this is in reference to misconduct cases. Twenty four cases to regulators that have been referred the Australian government is saying it supports all seventy six recommendations. I mean, it's it's interesting. How much of an upheaval this is because it's the biggest in decades. This wide-ranging inquiry intimacy conduct and basically how the financial industry should pay for what they've done wrong. I mean, this report was highly anticipated and the speculation was that they would be looking at changes for compensation, maybe change, some of the lending standards. But again, the key line as you mentioned. Madness was that they recommending against these structural break up these banks. Yep. So this is the final piece it's been a thirteen month inquiry and the inquiry essentially focusing on rampant as we've called it in our store years of rampant misconduct in the biggest banks and financial firms, and it's certainly going to set the tone for the regulator. And indeed if you go to if you go to the t live, you can see that the opposition. There's a couple of different political flavors there on the t live that the opposition labor party, which may win may wind power in may has indicated that it will support all recommendation, and you can follow. Of course, the latest on the T live blog on your Bloomberg another line is that the new regulatory oversight body.

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"australian government" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"australian government" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Apple has a message for the Australian government. This is no time to weaken encryption. The age of Australia says the Cupertino company has be raided apples proposed Bill, dealing with encryption, calling it dangerously ambiguous and the l'armee to every Australian. We heard a couple of weeks ago that up was likely to find the proposed access and assistance Bill. The age says that bit of legislation would see tech companies like apple compelled to help federal authorities gain access to encrypted communications, which the government has said are increasingly being used by terrorist groups and criminals to avoid detection and disruption. That would mean weakening Apple's own. I message encrypted messaging service, which the company's not too keen on an Esa mission to Australia's federal parliament. Apple said, this is no time to weaken encryption rather than serving the. Interests of Australian law enforcement. It will just weaken the security and privacy of regular customers while pushing criminals. Further off the grid, apple sees the breadth and they -ness of the bills thority coupled with ill-defined restrictions as troubling. It argues that the rules are so big companies could be required to turn smart speakers. And the open mics for spying on citizens could turn health devices into snitch is around possible drug use and could require a back door for one device that could be used to open every device like it would like to see assurances that such actions would not be required ever according to the company. Submission software and evasions of the future will depend on the foundation of strong device security to allow for those protections to be weakened in any way slows our pace of progress and puts everyone at risk. Apple Pay has made its way to the land of sodas Sudafed and starbursts. Apple insider says, CBS has completed its Apple, Pay rollout. Wondering what took so long. The site recounts the tale saying CVS was a longtime, hold out even once its chief rival Walgreens came on board. This was partly because CVS was one of the backers of currency. A merchant supported payment platform that ultimately failed to launch. And finally, today, apple is donating more money for natural disaster relief macrumors says, apple CEO, Tim cook announced mid week last week that apple will be donating to relief efforts around hurricane Michael. That storm is left at least seventeen people dead as left. One point, three million people without power as recently as Saturday and has decimated towns on Florida's panhandle and points, northeast and. Pair of tweets on the evening of the tenth. Apple CEO said, I grew up on the shores of the Gulf Coast near Pensacola and mobile, and that region holds a special place in my heart. That's never been more true than now to all those communities in the path of hurricane, Michael, you're in my prayers. Please stay safe. Apple standing with our friends and neighbors and the Gulf Coast region and will be donating to recovery and relief efforts. Cook did not say how much apple plans to donate, though. Macrumors points out that for other recent hurricane disasters, the company has provided one million dollars in aid. As of now. Apple does not appear to have set up

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"australian government" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"australian government" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Dot. Com studios on the east. Coast I am hopefully That's. Right looking for Oh the. Australian government. Fell overnight Food but they reassembled it's. Their, prime minister in five years It's their six government in ten years so if you're thinking that In fact our politics are a. Little unusual in the United States be glad you're not, show you the new prime minister is the former. Tourism industry executives Scott Morrison who is behind their tough refugee policy they're the one that can find thousands of men and women children to government run centers in Papua. New Guinea and the Pacific island nation. Of NAR ru for years They. Booted Malcolm Turnball because he wanted to go heavy into global climate change restrictions and Scott Morrison is viewed as the cover my candidate between the heart right and the Centrists in the Australian conservative party which is known as. The liberal party so? I hope I made that clear for you most important story. The day of course the, Cleveland Browns beat the world champion. Philadelphia Eagles five to nothing you heard that. Right five, to nothing a safety, and the feel very inspiring game. I, watched most of it tweeted. It and very inspiring game but now let's get to the president himself, in fact. The president United States even though it is only six oh nine is. Already? Tweeted twice.

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"australian government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"australian government" Discussed on AP News

"School shooting i'm rita foley with the navy newsmen at police in los angeles say a shooting at castro middle school was an accident two student shot one of them shot in the head you esi emergency dr carl should not ski motive was very good i'm always always a little bit hesitant to speak to too quickly but that his vital signs are stable the other wounded student expected to fully recover as well a 12yearold girl was booked on suspicion of negligently discharging a firearm on school grounds the white house says president trump will allow publication of a classified memo on the russia investigation soghra magons he reports the fbi says it has grave concerns about the documents accuracy and senior bureau officials have directly appealed to the white house that the memos released could set a dangerous precedent texas has executed a man who shot and killed his two young daughters while their mother listened helplessly on the telephone i'm rita foley australia's tightening controls on foreign investment in electricity grids and farmland this comes two years after the australian government blocked chinese bids for us trillions largest cattle empire and to sydney electricity grid the australian government says the new restrictions will apply to foreign companies bidding for australian 'electricity transmission infrastructure and some generators it says diversity of ownership of such critical national assets safeguards national security the government says companies selling australian farms and ranches left to advertise to us trillions first treasurers cut morrison's as the country welcomes foreign investment and australian agricultural land where it's not contrary to the national interest a chinese foreign ministry officials as beijing hopes countries will provide a favorable open fair and transparent environment for chinese enterprises investment a case involving nude art and facebook is working its way through a court in paris ap correspondent charles deal dust my has the strange story a french teacher frederik do am base s is suing facebook full alleged censorship because his account got suspended in 2011 off he posted an image of the famous nude painting.

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"australian government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"australian government" Discussed on AP News

"The australian government blocked chinese bids for australia's largest cattle empire and the sydney electricity grid the australian government says the new restrictions will apply to foreign companies bidding for australian 'electricity transmission infrastructure and some generators it says diversity of ownership of such critical national assets safeguards national security the government says companies selling australian farms and ranches left to advertise to us trillions first treasurer scott morrison's as the country welcomes foreign investment and australian agricultural land where it's not contrary to the national interest a chinese foreign ministry officials as beijing hopes countries will provide a favorable open fair and transparent environment for chinese enterprises investment the battle of words to absorb between two costars of an old tvs sitcom a p entertainment editor oscar was gabril reports it's all about what happened and didn't happen between the claims counterclaims denials and accusations all part of the recent back and forth between actor scott bail and it call eggert they start together on the sitcom charles in charge and depending on who you talk to the either had consensual sex when they both were of age or bail molested edgard as a teenager both have repeated claims that point the other as the bad guy or gal bail was on tv denying the comments at egger made the day before that he molested her when she was just fourteen and had intercourse with her before she was legal bales response it was egger who seduced him in that they had.

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"australian government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"australian government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"How do you how do you counter his view of this working currently it's all very well for patients who are elderly and complex that those are the ones on my because they're the ones that are most needy and to be able to speak to a doctor from the comfort of their at home and my practice office that service and many g peace edry's coward elderly patients within half an hour usually trash them nice for them to be seen the same day will visited at home by just nayef if patients do not have continuity of care to not have somebody who is able to take care of their conditions comprehensively they may be suffering a less high quality that medical treatment of rural white yesterday nature all on pole melli as we turn our attention to events in australia with particular reference to refugees the maps island of poppy crops been in the news over the future of hundreds of grenades stock at a former tension center the australian government is shutting down that many of those left behind are still waiting hoping to find a way to australia were one person who considers himself unlucky refugee is pera here he story began in sri lanka where he was one of thousands of tamils targeted during the 26 yang civil war he eventually boat for us hoping to gain asylum there but the boat boats sank and he was rescued and then taken to a detention centre on christmas island were there he struck up a friendship with an australian pen pal allison coke who helped him to come and join her in australia when i saw two men to addison and paris started by telling me about the moment he was left stranded at sea before the gas than at i'd the scene allen vessel sank into the ocean nato and people lost their lives i was the one person was killed with john young people uh how vibe in the water for that long it is it is hard because i go to know how still i don't know how likely needs and it is middle of india knows and this massive and the xiaoping end was in the four number novel as i was swimming with them like gene can but i called them i didn't think about that i could survive but i survived after never never soon mean but still.

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"australian government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"australian government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Australian government's has lost its majority in parliament sandra kill off will tell us more in wild news in just a moment alongside the dollar we're also seeing the 10year treasury yields rising a little bit this morning fairly steady though at two point four six four percent now we have some other earnings so to tell you about this morning just breaking on the bloomberg among these third quarter net inflows thirty one billion euros mod the french asset managers confirming that cost revenue synergy targets former pioneer deal is says they are underway among these third quarter net income at one hundred eighty four million euros which is up from one hundred thirty seven million euros a year earlier in other breaking news on the bloomberg this morning we also have huntsman clariant a mutually agreeing to abandoning a planned merger lafarge wholesome stud quarter net sale coming in at six point nine four billion swiss francs buses the estimate of six point eight nine billion swiss francs salah false wholesome 2017 in twenty 18 outlook are also reset so all of that breaking all the balloon bag as we speak let's delve into our top stories that this morning a european central bank policymakers see their newlyextended bondbuying program halting by the end of next year so long as the inflation outlook improves that's according to officials with the knowledge of the discussions that comes off mario draghi warned that the ecb will remain cautious even he put his signature stimulus measures on the road toward an exit monthly.

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"australian government" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"australian government" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"On its look eight aides involved but it doesn't have a large number of troops there so the people who are going to be participating are participating on a tactical level and what malcolm turnbull has said all along and indeed this is being borne out in recent u s led conflicts in the middle east is that australia will generally contribute expertise rather than a large number of boots on the ground night so they are involved in the games but the number of people coming from australia certainly not the same as coming from a career or the us are you mentioned and fan i wonder how how you believed the australian government might respond to encode for military action at given ansel's hit history in iraq ulster done during a conservative liberal government well you know the trees he does a state to that any military action entered into war any you know you are a threat of war that air is born against australia new zealand or the us that the the other two countries in the partnership are obliged to come to the two to their defence will be involved on as i said what ustralia generally tries to do is provide expertise rather than a large number of troops on remembering of course that they're running twenty five million people in australia so phnom if you if you're talking about a large number of troops its disproportionate to the contributions of other countries but i think there is no.

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"australian government" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"australian government" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"According to the australian dollar well i don't know probably a lot of money mr plus costs plus legal costs which is essential which was which was really great because the legal costs could have been times a lot more debt so there's another outfit in australia called brouwer which now there was james ready held up a packet yesterday highlands at the equivalent when you go to a pharmacy in australia and you go to natural section or whatever it's the brower range you'll probably find and when i popped the pills back in australia in public talks each the brouwer sleeping pills that guzzle down an gets amazing reactions when people don't realize what we know they're they're really harmless so the australian government the national health and medical research council which is the nominee the government released a paper about two in 2015 on alternative medicine in one of the conclusions was the national health and medical research council today released a statement concluding that there is no good quality evidence to support the claim that homeopathy is affective in trading health conditions that was pretty dramatic again that's something we've got in our arsenal now and not so long ago earlier this year these therapeutics goods administration an again and government arm was seeking comments by the general public and concerned people for a new framework about regulation on low risk products which homeopathy falls into that category low risk products that's how they can get away putting all sorts of things in the pharmacy because there are a list regulations.

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"australian government" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

02:42 min | 4 years ago

"australian government" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"People working this is a large center this were funded by the pentagon and this is this indictee report it's called the american face of isis of if any of your listeners will just simply google the american face of isis the chicago project on security and threats you'll be able to read the thirty page report on line it's published in part of with the an arm of the australian government so this study is not just kind of randomly collecting information from the internet this was eleven people who spent six months to gather all the information of the complete set of individuals who have been indicted in the united states for isis related crimes and one of the things the jumps right out is that isis appears to be radicalising more people inside the united states at an annual rate than al qaeda did before why it looks as if it's their propaganda that propaganda inspired attack it seems to be working nearly all of those individuals sitespecific propaganda videos as critical in the radicalization process who are the most susceptible to being seduced by isis we see chu patterns in this data the number one is convert so one of the things it's very different than with alqaeda in the past is that isis is appealing to people who are recent converts to islam not longstanding members of the of muslim communities second what we see is a striking number are americanborn so of the numbers i just cited for you two thirds are born in the united states the other one third that are not born in the united states nearly all of them have been in the united states for many years there naturalized citizens their green card holders so what you what you see is a small number were radicalize imprisons isis is using not one strategy to radicalize you see a small number in prisons yet smaller from who were imprisoned and then radicalize what i'm saying is that isis is in pursuing a the old al qaeda strategy which is find the most about individuals what's really striking here i just two weeks ago i presented or data to our national counterterrorism center in front of two hundred fbi agents who are the undercover folks doing sting operations so we presented the all these findings.

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