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Airbus' Ambitious Hydrogen Plans
"I'm happy to welcome with me on the program senior editor, Guy Norris and tier to our France Bureau chief who as you surely know if you read ideation? Gregory is an expert in aerospace technology subjects to. This week, we are going to talk about three aircraft concepts that Abbas presented for the first time. They are very different from each other in many ways, but they do have one thing in common they are supposed to be powered by hydrogen. And Abbas Vision in the transformation of aviation into a greener more sustainable, future exciting ideas but lots of questions too. So let's take a step back I wonder if I can ask you to just walk us through the plans that Abbas. Presented this week. Sure So basically, there are three concept plaints. At the center of the city they called him supplies because none of them will actually be built but three directions that are going to be studied in depth. One of them is looks like turboprop aircraft to wing configuration. I think the maximum. Capacity would be around one hundred passengers. The other one. Sorry. The first one, I mentioned a because it would burn hydrogen in relatively conventional outside rented conventional. Engine turbines. The second concept plane is also conventional Tuban Wing country duration from be powered by two defense number props to defense money hydrogen. Again, capacity is between one, hundred, twenty, two, hundred passengers, and just like the first concept plane the shooting hydrogen attack is located at the rear of the fuselage and the third concept is definitely the most spectacular. It's a blended wing but. Again powered by defense. So often concepts contemplates both hundred ten. Engines but the big difference, the May feature of the sudden is the blend buddy consideration, which means you can much more optimize hide myrow dynamics, and you can also dispute passengers and fuel tanks. I, know much more efficient way in the in. So. Roughly speaking this, all three concepts that are is. Speaking about so we're we're kind of fifteen years right I mean they're talking about enter enter into service in twenty thirty five but already, they're making some very important technology choices you mentioned liquid hydrogen for instance can just walk Ciragan. You know what are the steps that are coming up in between now and twenty, thirty five so between now one, twenty, thirty, five, the and again, twenty thirty five is the plant date for entry to service our first main Maislin if she wishes twenty twenty-five by then they expect to have majored some technology bricks as they. Call them to choose from and they would launch a program in twenty, twenty, seven or twenty, twenty eight. So that would be a food program for the Industrial Program between or twenty degrees and would would be very, very informative for us to follow is the next five years they plan to do several demonstrations. So they will demonstrate that technology bricks such as hydrogen storage, for example, and one of the most demonstration projects is about hydrogen storage and distribution they were stopped on the ground, but they also plan some instructional on the sorry in the era in. which could be quite a spectacular and they plan quite. Surprised by this, they plan to start with gaseous hydrogen storage demonstration before moving to liquid, and as they seem to have made a choice ready for liquid hydrogen meet surprised by the fact, they are going to also test guess. So Guy. Abbas. Seems to be really enthusiastic about this and it's kind of came out of nowhere but it came a bit of as a surprise to me. That's enthusiasm isn't really shared by everyone in an industry particularly in the engine industry they're still seem to be quite some serious reservations about this. So can you tell us what what what you're hearing? Yeah Hi there. It's basically a very is a very interesting time because, of course, the engine manufacturers like the fray manufactures they're all facing this kind of cliff of how do we meet the sustainability targets in really thirty years seems like a long time but but in the aerospace business, it's really not They've got. So they've they've been approaching this idea of whether to adopt the new transformational approach. Mostly based on alternative fuels, which would be dropping into the existing kind of infrastructure, the existing propulsion designs and the existing tube and wing configurations that the framers of loved and developed and perfected for the past fifty years all nor so you can imagine that there is a bit of a shock going on here to how do we suddenly move all of that towards a hydrogen based ecosystem. Of course, the other thing is that they've saying, well, you know we have been that before we've studied this, we started in the nineteen fifties, for example, more based for military type applications again, in the seventy s during the fuel crisis when they the first global fuel crisis and again in the nineties when there was the first glimmers of the emerging environmental issues this time of course, it's different as you both said, you know the there is a driving force has never been there before, and of course, the the French government tying the. Incentive. Package really to sustainability is the big decision making sort of driver on this. So you know the fact that. There's much more urgent need now is is changing the game, but doesn't change the fact that there is seventy years of history of safety and certification and development behind a no operational cycle around kerosene people know how to handle it. They know how to certify it, and this is a whole new ballgame. So why would you know bus get buy in from the other industry participants if that wasn't possible for one reason or another over the past? Several decades well I mean one of the thunder, the reasons that time does move on and technology has improved. They're all ways of coping now as a couple of ways to look at it. One is from a big picture perspective. The big challenge that a lot of them see both in and out of aerospace is the fact that they feed stalking. The actual production of hydrogen has to be done in a sustainable way to make this entire equation balance
Fresh update on "french government" discussed on Balance of Power
"Ends inside the more investigation and bluebirds Greg Pharrell, Thank you so much, and this is Bluebird. This is a Bloomberg pursuits Look at luxury. Over the past year, bats have gone from unloved animal to devastating threat, thanks to their suspected role is the original carriers of covert 19. Get in Bordeaux, one of the world's top wine regions. Bats are being welcomed as heroes. Scientists are studying the effects bats can have on wine harvest yields hungry flying mammals munch on European grapevine moths. Which leads a destructive grey rot all good news for the Bordeaux wine region, which has seen the pandemic lot 30% off the price of top quality 2019 Reds, The LVMH and Tiffany deal continues to careen into court like a moth to a flame. LVMH countersuit Tiffany weeks after pulling out of it $16 billion purchase of the iconic New York jeweler. Saying it's decision was driven by the French government and Tiffany's Miss management during the pandemic trial has been set for January, 5th to decide if it must be Consummated. Is it? Bloomberg pursuits dot com For more Amanda Rhodey Bloomberg radio. It's the persistent interviewer.
Tiffany Files Lawsuit Against LVMH To Enforce Merger
"Let's turn to the latest developments in the ongoing legal battle between the US jewelry giant Tiffany and French luxury group lvmh. Last November lvmh agreed to acquire Tiffany, but tiffany has since accused of trying to run down the clock in order to let the deal run out of time. So then now trying to fast track the process well, Dana Thomas is the author fashioned police, the price of I fashion and the future of clothes, and to say, she joins us once again from Paris good morning. Good Morning. So bring us up to date in a story that twists and turns an awful lot. Well. This is this is the third time in my career that lvmh's done this week it's become a big big the deal the takeover deals become a big news story. They did it with Gucci they did it with our they lost both of them, and now they're doing it with tiffany and we'll see what happens the latest news is yesterday. The Delaware Court of Chancery where because they'll tiffany is registered in the state of Delaware. In the United States. Has, set a digital hearing date for four day trial starting January fifth and they're gonNA. They're if they don't settle this beforehand, they're going to go to trial and tiffany is pushing for the trial November while Lvmh, wanted it in March or April. So the courts split the split the difference in set it for January this is important because it's right before the US regulatory approval for the sixteen point two, billion dollar acquisition expires on February third. This is the largest bid for a takeover that lvmh did and it's I think the largest ever in the in the luxury industry. She doesn't want to pay that much now and understandably so. Tiffany is down. Had A first-half operating loss of forty, five, million dollars a loss of forty five in the same time. Last year, it had earnings of three, hundred, forty, five, million. So they feel like, yeah, we made this bid last November before Kovic. Everything else hit and Tiffany was thriving and now it's not worth sixteen point two, billion dollars. We'd like to reevaluate that and Tiffany's like saying too bad for you. Well, neither seemed to be giving any leeway on this because toughen says that it it doesn't see what has to cut its prices. It's ready to go to court and LVMH's saying start rushing us because you know the reason why I'm trying to Russia's you don't want us to look at the way that you handle your books during cove it. Well, it's not even just handling the books. All the stores were closed out around the world and people still ordered online. Could you would you order a ending tiffany jewelry online? Have it delivered to your mailbox? I don't think so unless you really needed to get married and that was that but I think that Tiffany Tiffany is. Really pushing for the most important thing which is that you know if they if they go to court lvmh. Chairman. Bernard Arnault could be deposed in the case and asked if he pressured the French government to help give the French group and out is the with this deal because the French government is the ones who stepped in and said, you know we're not going to you can't do this so. The firm, you know originally said that they were dropping this because of a US trade dispute, which is you know. Not terribly clear. So are no what have to swear you know in the courthouse on a Bible or or not in the courthouse because it'll be digital and say no I didn't ask the government to given how well connected he is with the government and with. President. Matt Cole. I wonder and and I'm not the only one to wonder and obviously tiffany wonders, and so it'll be interesting to see how that plays out. Dana how is this going to play out given the fact I mean you mentioned the fact that Lvmh's attempts to by the likes of Gucci didn't work out. Right well, there's a couple of different scenarios. The first one is it tiffany gets. To close the deal at the original price. I, doubt that's going to happen because Bernardo is a really shrewd businessman and he does not overpay. The second one is that the deal is done at a lower prices previously agreed they get some mediators in there they work it out before you tiffany's a publicly traded company. This could really make their their stock collapsed to a point that you know they're really. Hurting thirties at you know Arno. Tries to go hostile takeover because it is a publicly traded company and starts buying tiffany on the public market at a reduced price and eventually has so much that he says, boom I'm owner of the company too bad for you.
LVMH pulls out of $16 billion Tiffany deal, citing tariffs
"Time now to get around up of some of the day's business stories with Bloomberg's union pulse UN first of all more details about a breakdown of the world's biggest ever luxury deal. It says here. Yeah, a breakdown involving tiffany jewelry. Now, the deal was between Lvmh the French of Louis Vuitton Christian detoro Kristen do many other luxury brands actually the world's biggest luxury company at eight had planned to buy tiffany of the US sixteen billion dollar deal the biggest in luxury history and yesterday we found out that deal is to break down a little bit of war of words broken out over why exactly it's broken down Bloomberg reporting. A scoop tonight, the album make chairman asked the French government for help in an effort to put out of the deal to buy. Tiffany is only by the company spokesman Coney at militias and totally on founded. Now, we understand that said the chairman off the French government to help out with this in NFL to renegotiate a low price in the wake of the grown of ours pandemic and the protests in the US which have been. Going on now, this is a deal which really took the luxury world by quite some surprise. It was a big big deal. There is no break-up feed has been agreed. So in theory, I could walk away without any costs, but it might hate the. Press the reputation of the chairman he's up his reputation is actually Franz's richest man by building this company into a luxury mammoth. He's done a lot of acquisitions. His time, but this one seems to have gone sour
LVMH Pulls Out of Tiffany Takeover
"A couple of luxury giants might not be merging after all luxury brands company LVMH says it is pulling out of its merger with Tiffany. The deal was supposed to close on November 24th. LVMH claims both Tiffany and the French government want to delay the deal blaming possible U. S trade tariffs LVMH does the delay isn't allowed by the government. Now Tiffany is doing trying to force the merger too close in November. LVMH has been trying to re negotiate the deal in recent months. The agreement was reached before the pandemic, which crushed demand for luxury goods. GeneCo's Sola Fox
French government pushes for wider mask use
"France recorded its highest one day rise in virus infection since May, the government pushing for wider mask use and tighter protections for migrant workers and in slaughterhouses. But France still plans to reopen schools nationwide in two weeks, and the Labor minister says the government is determined to avoid a new nationwide locked down. It would further hobble the economy and threaten jobs. Frances Infection count has researched in recent weeks blamed in part on people crisscrossing the country for weddings, family gatherings or annual summer vacations with friends. Britain re imposed quarantine measures Saturday for vacationers returning from France as a result.
Boeing: Critical 737 Max test flights begin
"We talk about the Boeing 7 37 Max. We're all well aware of the two fatal crashes in close proximity to each other in terms of timing. We know the plane's been grounded. And You know, despite heavy lobbying by Boeing and the airlines at one point, that plane is still grounded. And it will probably fly again. But it called into question so many things that go back into a culture of behavior with the FBI on the FBI. The FAA should be the F B I. In fact, the FBI is investigating. Excuse me. The FBI is investigating the FAA and the manufacturer on this Because of their close relationship. I mean, how can the regulator Regulated airline or a manufacturer. When They're actually being told by the airline of the manufacturer. What's right or wrong doesn't make any sense. And in this situation we have a situation where The plane. I think you'd agree with this Greg. The plane on its own is not an unsafe airplane, the plane on its own. It's you know, it's just another iteration of an existing future lives that goes back to 1969 actually earlier than that. Earlier that year earlier than that, But the real problem here is how do you certify and airplane And what process do you go through to put two basically. Ensure that there's transparency and that people can tell the truth. Correct. Correct, But you know there are a couple things here. One certifying an airplane is a very complex process. And it has gotten more complex as new generation airplanes come out, especially with all the new avionics and all the Elektronik that control airplanes today. You know, back when they were building D. C three's When you pull it pushed and pulled the yolk. You were moving a cable that moved the elevator. You know, you pushed on the rudder pedals, you'd move a cable. Now it's all computer controlled hydraulically boosted So you're just giving an input in ones and zeros to a computer. The computer that makes things happen, and it becomes a very complex process. The other thing is, is that Congress Gave the FAA the authority because the FAA didn't have the resource supposed both monetary and manpower to go to a delegated system that is You hire qualified experts who are working on behalf of the FAA. They go into the manufacturer. They are your designated representatives. They are technically an FAA representative, but they're being paid by the manufacturer. Now that's a that's A. That's a big whoops. That's a big whoops. Well, they always thought that that was a conflict of interest. But anything that a D, e, R or a D A. R that the designated engineering representative for Airworthiness representative does in the factory. It still has to be approved by The F A. A. The small aircraft director of the larger craft director Door or Washington, D. C. It's not self certifying, and that really was a confusing discussion for the last year and half. Going isn't self certified. They are doing what they need to do to meet the regulatory requirement. It was the cozy relationship is it was, um, um, characterized. That developed because there was a lot of not a lot of, you know, over the shoulder looking that disappeared over the years, But every But every manufacturer Airbus Embraer Bomb party They all used the same designated engineering process. Why? Because the United States government, the French government, the Canadian government does not have the manpower or the expertise. And is on one of the public hearing the congressional hearing. If Boeing were to be the manufacturer, and the FAA wanted to put people in that manufacturing facility that were actual FAA employees, they'd have to hire 10,000 experts and they'd have to increase their budget by a $1,000,000,000. That's taxpayer dollars. Exactly, But But you know what? When you think about it, the first lawsuit sometimes and a $1,000,000,000 after the fact. Look,
Virus-hammered Air France discussing thousands of job cuts
"Air France met with HR representatives today to discuss thousands of job cuts after the pandemic, grounded most flights and darkened prospects for future air travel. Union activists protest ID at the carriers headquarters at Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport, angry that the French government did not require a Rh France to protect jobs when it got $8 billion in state bailout front, French media is reporting that the airline is looking to cut 7500 jobs, mostly through voluntary departures. Airlines around the world are forecast to lose $84 billion this year, and some have already filed for
French president names Jean Castex, who coordinated France's virus reopening strategy, as new prime minister
"The French government is expected to announce a successor to the prime minister after the current PM resigns. The decision to resign was taken on Thursday during a meeting at which both President Macron and Edward Felipe agreed on the need for a new government to signal a new stage in France's political leadership. But there are significant risks. Philippe is much more popular. And the president and is especially popular with center right voters who support Mr Macron needs if he's to keep his
Virus-hammered Air France announces 7,500 job cuts
"Personnel representatives today to discuss thousands of job cuts like Airlines. Air France has been hit hard by the collapse in air travel due to the pandemic. Union activists protested it. Air France headquarters of Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport has thie talks began their upset. The French government didn't require air France to protect jobs when it won $8 billion in government bailouts. Reports indicate the airline is looking to cut 7500 robs. Primarily through voluntary departures. The former
French government resigns as Macron acts to recast presidency
"Political maneuvering in France as President Emmanuel macron looks to put years of economic upheaval behind him live from London. This is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World. Service, Victoria Craig Good Morning French Prime Minister Edward Felipe and his government resigned this morning after speculation president. macron was planning a reshuffle with two years left of his term. It comes after disappointing. Local election results from the President's Party last weekend years of yellow vest protests over. Over economic inequality in the country and months of hardship, as the country battled the coronavirus pandemic, the BBC's Lucy Williamson has more from Paris the statement from the Elysee Palace. This morning was very brief. It gave absolutely no details. No context what's behind this reshuffle. Did he jump? Was He pushed? What's really going on in the corridors of Power Emmanuel? macron has said he wants to re imagine the presidency. He wants to set a new. New Course he wants to mark the Post Covid era in France. He does have a tough road ahead. He came in with very sets ideas about what was wrong with France how to fix it how to reform it. It's been a couple of years of almost constant protests and upheaval in France because of those reforms, and because of his determination to push through and the corona virus epidemic has left France with a greatest sense of. Of Inequality, so in eastern signal that he's now in a new phase corona viruses behind them the worst of the corona virus epidemic Baker. Hope is behind them, and he's setting out a fresh stool, but I don't think his core ideas have changed, and I think he's going to run up against the same opposition. You did before
Airbus Plans to Cut 15,000 Jobs, Citing Impact of Coronavirus
"Let us begin with news of a huge number of jobs going Airbus. Yeah that's right behind morning to you. This is the latest illustration of really severe turbulence. indie aviation sector obviously brought about by the downturn in demand for air travel with the corona virus, so Airbus is planning to slash fifteen thousand jobs that accounts for at ten percent of its current workforce management, telling staff describing to staff that this is the gravest crisis. The industry has ever experienced that there's been a forty percent full in commercial aircraft business activity. He's job. Losses are going to affect at plants in France, Germany, Spain, and Britain already though there's opposition coming from Paris the. The French government, asking why Airbus can't use state support measures, but the European planemaker has been ominously warning, it does not expect air travel to return to pre virus levels a best until twenty twenty three, but warning that it could actually take until twenty twenty-five until we get back to where we were last year. Tell us a little bit more. Airbus was six months ago. is in an astonishingly strong position given the fact that it's rival was having awful problems with the 737 Max aircraft, and as a result, Airbus couldn't make enough of a three to eight hundred twenty family. Yes that's right I. mean the poor fortunes of its big American rival Boeing bent that certainly in the short holes as sector, it's single-aisle aircraft were the the the main show in town while anyone who placed orders for the seven three seven months for left, waiting for it to be given safety approval that said both playmakers have been looking in the rear view mirror at the march of a Chinese rival which is certainly starting to gobble up. More market share. And of course, everybody's already dealing with the fact that it's a big claim to fame. These Super Jumbo, a three eighty, as now been, were really left in in in the shadow of short-haul planes, because it's really although came to almost embodied the planemakers, ambitions is concerned. We very inefficient by the airlines who've been using it.
Global airline ADRs updates
"France's Airbus is falling eight point six percent the French government unveiled a rescue plan for the playmaker and its suppliers that's valued at about seventeen billion dollars Airbus's ADRs had risen for six straight days and gained a total of forty eight percent European airline ADRs are dropping as U. S. peers also pull back British Airways owner IAG is down six point eight percent in Air France KLM is down seven point two percent Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways has risen five point three percent the carrier is selling four billion dollars in shares and warrants primarily the city's government and receiving a billion dollar loan from a government linked entities Cathay Pacific's largest shareholder is Hong Kong Swire Pacific who's eighty ours are also up five point three percent
France announces $16.9 billion in aid to aviation industry
"The French government declares a state of emergency for its aerospace industry live from London. This is marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service I'm Victoria. Craig Good Morning France Economy Minister. Today unleashed another roughly ten billion dollars in emergency aid for the nation industry, which is struggling from a drop in demand, due to corona virus travel restrictions the government support for the industry. Industry now totals nearly seventeen billion dollars including a previously announced rescue package for the airline air. France KLM the BBC. Legged explains how today's fresh funding will be allocated one and a half billion euros for research into decarbonisation of aircraft, trying to green at the industry, an investment fund for Small and medium-sized enterprises, which will start off at half a billion euros and rise. Rise to a billion over time. What this package is about is clearing up the damage that has been done by the COVID nineteen crisis. It's a huge industry. In France it employs nearly two hundred thousand people and the city of to lose him. The South West where Airbus has, its headquarters is massively dependent on this industry and the theories, the with aircraft production having. Having declined by more than a third since the crisis, the thousands of people could be laid off and to lose could become Europe's Detroit, so the French government is very keen to over the crisis, and then to provide the foundation for future growth as well. The Global Aviation Industry has been struggling to stay afloat amid the COVID, nineteen, pandemic and today. It's not. Not just France, but Hong Kong's flag-carrier. Cathay Pacific also received. Government assistance yes. Catholic Pacific has been very badly hit by the COVID nineteen crisis, and even before that it was feeling the effects of civil unrest in Hong Kong, which was deterring people from travelling, so there's a large bail out package. Does the government investment worth about two point six billion dollars a government? Government loan worth another billion and the existing shareholders of Catholic Pacific, the main ones being swire China and castaways putting more money in as well about one and a half billion dollars, so it's to help tiny airline over until traffic picks up again. The BBC's the delegate. Thanks so much. You'll very welcome. Victoria
France will ban police from using chokeholds
"An entire country is banning police chokehold in the wake of Floyd's death the France the interior minister says the police no longer will be using the maneuver in any form until now chokeholds were taught at France's police academies the French government has come under increasing pressure to address brutality and racism within the police
Ligue 1 season cancelled: French government announce no football until September
"Was meeting today talking about when football would resume the government making the announcement as we welcome in Franklin Franklin saying that there will be no football bit behind closed doors or anything until September. This is a big surprise is an ant. It is done. It is and We are shocked about that decision because supposedly the government took the decision on its own. Meaning that Didn't talk to the bottom of the League. Want to the twenty chairman of The League one and took this season where they could have been Do you know what time where you can think about. How the the the virus and all the pandemic goes on and maybe a little bit later in June or end of June the championship in Phoenix. This season the to the decision. It's surprising because now we don't know what's going to happen was going to be champion. Who's going to be qualified for? The Champions League was going to be relegated. Who's going to be promoted those questions? We don't have answers. We have to wait for for the now. The board of the League one to decide whether they're going to stop at the day twenty eight of the day twenty seven because he didn't play against Strasbourg last day or maybe just the the first eighteen games of the season and he didn't come the return games so we don't have all in tears and again. We're very surprised because because it's going to be very hard for some clubs I think about Amir was nineteen now with only three or four points behind Neem and the and could have hoped for a continuation of the championship and be saved. Because you have thirty points in Games in game. So it's it's a hard decision that the government took socially as well because we know the people in France love football and want to see football. But they're not going to see football and soccer before September Frank. A lot of people asked me to ask you what's going to happen with the champion sleep. Espn Leon of course. Still involved the plan from UEFA from what we've discussed and what we understand is that it could be played over that twenty day period in August. If you can have football in France. What's going to happen? It's going to be complicated for for man. A friend of mine took to necessarily Halley party chairman. Who say that. He's going to follow what the government says but he's GonNa fall all sold. What the Earth you f says and meaning that the if the Champions League is held in July August and they have to finish it they're going to finish it. They're going to go abroad to play. Some maybe friendly games to prepare all the game they have to play in the Champions League starting from the quarterfinal because they got qualified against Gort shut moon and they WANNA finish it. It's a big opportunity for percents. I'm going to be a champion of the Champions League this season but if they don't play the regular season of the League one I don't know how it can be fit and competitive in the league
Apple is locked in a power battle with the UK, France, and Germany about how COVID-19 should be tracked
"Testing and contact tracing of infected people is considered the best way to limit the spread of the virus and let healthy people be able to leave their homes with low risk of infection. It's a way we can get back to work. Get back to other close certain behaviors and contact. Tracing is one of the things that technology can help improve? It can't replace manual tracing but it can help augment improve it make it more accurate. Make it easier to do. We mentioned yesterday that Germany has opted for the decentralized system of tracking. That's the one being used in the Apple Google platform for what they're now calling exposure identification. Because it tells you whether you might have been exposed. It doesn't actually trace any contacts and the UK and France have decided that there for the time being anyway GonNa go with a centralized system. That's where instead of everything being done. Your phone it's done on a server now both systems use Bluetooth to detect exposures. We've talked about that Ad Nauseam. But that's the thing where your device getting a rotating number you don't know who the numbers exposed to but if that person gets diagnosed with covert nineteen the number gets sent out and you can tell like Oh. My phone was near that number because we exchanged that number or through Bluetooth. So I know I was near that person who is infected on the Apple Google system. That's determined on your phone on the centralized systems that France and the UK are thinking about doing that. Matching happens on a server. And that's really the that's not the only difference. But that's the central. The centralized system carries greater privacy risks. Because that's now all on a server. More people can access it then. Connects us your phone but because it's centralized allows for research purposes like graphing of data look for patterns of spread as well as the ability to ask a user voluntarily shared their location data to maybe help study how the virus propagates if they want That's something you can't do with the Apple Google system. There's also a technical difference. Specific to the IPHONE doesn't allow most APPs to do Bluetooth data handshakes in the background. They will for their platform and they won't for other platforms so the UK. Australia and others are planning to have an APP. Kind of wake itself up regularly to be able to do these. Bluetooth handshakes which will use a little more power than if they were allowed to just kind of quietly in the background. So the a definitely doing this France. Patrick is also wanting to do this. What's what's the angle from there. That is a mystery. There are advantages as you mentioned to the more centralized system. Even decentralized system does have a little bit of centralization because you have to upload all of the effected positive tested. Id's to a server which will then be re downloaded to everyone and they will check against the ones that they have come in contact with locally But it it seems like yes. Those added benefits of the centralized system which is still very secure. It's a little bit less secure but it's I think that should be mentioned anytime we hear centralized we think. Oh One entity holding the keys to the Kingdom and so it has to be. It is obviously a little bit more susceptible to bad behavior but the wave. They've described it and they're supposed to have open source applications. Hopefully I mean. It wouldn't work if they didn't have also open source server programs and and so everything should be checkable open tour so he will be A safe and privacy protecting but they France and it seems the UK are sort of entering a An almost political battle with apple. Because we know at least it seems to be the consensus in the tech community in France. We know that apple is not going to cave and four very defensible reasons. They don't want to open the door to the these kinds of exceptions. What they would want in French? Government would be for apple to make an exception and allow this APP to use Bluetooth in the background all the time. Of course the reason this is not a available on. Ios Is to protect user privacy and it is very clear that enabling that's on Apps would endanger the privacy and users because Bluetooth can do a whole bunch of identifying If it's running in the background so apple is is very likely to cave so the fact that France is demanding this which by the way even waking itself up in the background. Maybe it doesn't nullify The efficiency of the APP but it essentially makes it untrustworthy and almost unusable. Well yeah because it's not only going to drain your battery faster but it probably when you have to have something to a work around like that there's more opportunities for it to glitch for it to have bugs go wrong and not work the way. It was intended. I imagine that apple says yes. We could look at the French APP and make sure that it's not doing anything bad. And give it special permission to use Bluetooth in the background because we trusted. But then we'd have to do that for yours and then we'd have to do it for Australia. And then we'd have to do it for every country on earth wants that you know what's easier creating a platform where we don't have to get special permission where everybody can just use it. That's more efficient. That's very apple thinking. And that's what they did but because it doesn't allow for centralization because like you say centralized server is fair fairly safe. Decentralized is safer it's more safe and apple and Google know that the less safe that something is perceived the less it's going to get adopted so they're trying to make their platform a safest possible to encourage adoption. Because you need forty sixty percent depending on who you ask of the populace to adopt this for to even have a positive effect. And it's not just that if they Make an exception for this APP for these countries. What happens next time? There's something a little bit different that someone asks an exception for then they can say oh. You did it for friends in that context. Will there's danger here as well. There's you know terrorism or even legitimate that would identify more people So it's really a mystery. What France the French government is thinking on that one? We've seen scratching our head and because again I really don't think apple is GonNa cave and I really think that the French government is clever enough to know that apple is probably GonNa cave. So I'm not sure what the end goal is there. This is my interpretation. Of course it could be different It it could not be the case but I'm not sure what they're trying to achieve and I guess we'll have the answer to this in a few weeks maybe days but certainly a You know something that is difficult to resolve here because again without that Special case from Apple. I don't think the APP is going to work. Well they're already challenges to the deployment of these APPs and it seems the German Way of saying. Are we need something that works? We don't have time to argue. Let's just go with the system that is available to us that everyone agrees is good by the way that decentralized system the way it's described is also vetted by a an independent group of French research of European researchers that designed as I'm sure you talked about design something it's interesting that was Inspired by apple was inspired by that thing apple in Google by the European project like there there are a lot of researchers kind of converged on the same way of. Doing things is like yes. This is the best balance of getting the tracing done while protecting privacy. The most right so it's not like Germany is going with this one as A. Oh it's going to be crap but we don't have a choice. It's still a pretty solid system. According to everyone who's worked on it so I don't know maybe the end France will relent. And we'll have to go with the existing system and will be able to hold it over. Apple's head saying you refuse to help
Harvard Professor's Arrest Raises Questions About Scientific Openness
"So it's May of Twenty fifteen. And a researcher named Chichaou. Shing is at his home near Philadelphia. She is a physicist at Temple University who studies SUPERCONDUCTIVITY SPECIAL MATERIALS. That can sometimes lead electricity flow through them with no resistance. There's a ton of applications for it and all of a sudden there's a knock door very very loud and urgency rental open the learns Esau arm agents outside and pointing their guns to my wife and daughters into an Tokyo in Hong Cups and I had absolutely no idea why okay. So why was he arrested? Like what was going on what the. Us government accused him of sharing a special piece of equipment with researchers in China. But here's the thing he did. Do it prosecutors. Were confused because well it turns out. Superconducting technology is just really complicated. But what about the idea that he was helping? The Chinese developed superconducting technology. Just in general. Well Dr she says sure. He works with scientists in China all the time and sometimes he spent summers over there doing research with them. But as you know Mattie one of the basic pillars of fundamental research is openness nothing. He shared was classified or restricted in any way. Qadam ICK espionage. It's a contradiction me. Everything we are doing is fundamental research. There's nothing to steal can. Just sit there and read your paper and sure enough about six months after this whole thing starts. The charges are dropped against doctor she. The government admits he's done absolutely nothing. Wrong I mean honestly it sounds like he just had collaborators which is like a major thing in science unless there was some weird money. Thing being exchanged or going on this is what scientists do. Yeah I mean. They're technologies that are restricted for example stuff to do with rockets that could be used in missile development say. The government has very strict rules about sharing that kind of information but generally scientists open collaborations. Happened all over the world. The thing is China is getting a lot more scrutiny. These days so fast forward to twenty eighteen attorney general. Jeff sessions is really concerned about the theft of scientific knowledge and intellectual property by the Chinese so the Justice Department launches what it calls its China initiative the goal is to crack down on the transfer of US knowledge to China and in the academic community the focus. False really quickly. I'm one program in particular. It's called the thousand Talents Plan. So our understanding is that originally. The purpose of the thousand talents program was to reverse the brain drain. That's Michael Lower. He's deputy director of extramural research at the National Institutes of health. And he's the main guy at NIH dealing with thousand talents. When he says brain-drain an example of that is like scientists. Go abroad to study and then end up staying in whatever country instead of coming back home. Exactly the Chinese government wanted to bring back outstanding scientists to China so as to develop their science and technology and the way the Chinese government does is by offering money so researchers set up labs in China and they spend at least part of their year over there Doing their work in exchange for grants and expenses paid and the program grew pretty quickly to include non-chinese scientists as well right and I think there are these kinds of programs in other countries to yeah. It's not uncommon. Canada had something called the one hundred fifty research chairs. I mean. That's kind of the less ambitious Canadian equivalent. Chevy Sega but with lower says is the thousand talents program has gone too far in the real problem from his perspective is that in a number of cases researchers are not telling their home universities or the. Us government for that matter about Chinese funding and not disclosing that Chinese funding. That's what's actually against the law. Exactly the types of behaviors that we are seeing are not subtle or minor violations What we're seeing is really quite egregious and that brings us back to Charles Lieber. The Harvard Chemist We were talking about earlier. Who is arrested back in January the complaint alleges Doctor Lieber signed a contract with the Chinese University in Wuhan and was paid to fifty thousand dollars per month plus up to one hundred and fifty eight thousand dollars in living expenses and awarded more than one point five million dollars to set up a research lab at the Chinese school and work there on researching nanotechnology that is a lot of money. Jeff that is like ten post docs full of money. At least I love that. Your brain calculates prices in post is seen but the bottom line is. It is a lot of money in the criminal complaint. Alleges not only did he get all this money. Lieber lied about being part of the program to Harvard to the NIH in the Department of Defense. Which together we're also giving him many millions of dollars in research money. I should say Lieber attorneys declined to comment about this case. They didn't WanNa speak to me but Mike clower from the NIH says there's a larger pattern here other scientists have done the same and it's a real problem. Collaboration does not involve offshore offshore bank accounts. collaboration does involve undisclosed cash payments. It does not involve undisclosed employment agreements or undisclosed contracts. It does not involve double dipping. Where a person is being paid salary to work in China and to work in the United States at the same time several scientists and other institutions have been fired over this he says the NIH is currently investigating around one hundred eighty other scientists. He thinks this is a systemic problem. So if these cases involve lying failing to disclose information which we do know is against the law. Why are scientists doing this? It's a really interesting question and I don't have a great answer as I said. Liebers attorneys have declined to speak to me In other cases other scientists who've been fired don't talk to the press generally now lower says. In some cases the thousand talents contracts scientists sign actually come with a nondisclosure agreements. So they're actually told by the Chinese not to say anything which is illegal but there's also more going on I mean it may be then some cases they fear if they disclose money from the Chinese. They are going to get more scrutiny on their work and then something else to consider is the possibility of just plain old greed the criminal complaint against Charles Lieber alleges and I should say alleged here that he was receiving cash payments from the Chinese. That some of this money was just coming straight up cash. Okay so the sounds problematic for sure but is it espionage. Maybe I have like an outdated old timey spy version of espionage but it doesn't necessarily feel like that to me no I mean. It isn't really espionage. I think it's really important to say that. Lieber isn't technically being accused of espionage. The government this is about the money and I think it's very telling the US government's going after the money rather than transfers of technology like you remember that superconducting case earlier. It's really hard to tell of. Someone's doing something illegal when they're collaborating scientifically and that's also got some people wondering whether these sorts of cases really deserve criminal treatment so frank who is somebody I spoke to. He's a professor at the University of California Hastings College of Law and he tracks these espionage cases and says arresting people for issues around what they disclosed for their grants. It just feels heavy handed to him zone. The past if there was a problem somebody would talk to you. Maybe you would face disciplined from your employer but you wouldn't face being fired and going to prison and having your name dragged through the mud as a spy in fact the same day. Lieber was arrested the Justice Department announced the arrest of two Chinese nationals. They say had lied on visa. Applications and illegally transferred biological samples. These aren't exactly the same kind of case. But you know it's the same general flavor. It sounds like a lot of people who have been accused are Chinese nationals or ethnically Chinese. Does we think that racism plays a role in this well would midst. There are some real espionage cases that involve Chinese people and they have been convicted. But they're sort of larger tone around all this. It sounds very familiar to him. No matter how assimilated. You are no matter how much you think yourself. I'm an American just like any other American winner of Chinese background. There's that risk always that people will look at you and suspect you're actually communist agent now. I should say. Us officials categorically denied. This has anything to do with race. I interviewed Andrew Leveling the federal prosecutor. Who ARRESTED LIEBER? And he said this if it was the French governments that was attempting to steal. Us technology in a massive decadelong campaign. We'd look for French people. But it's not it's the Chinese government and he actually points to the Lieber case as an example of how they're willing to prosecute anyone they think is broken the law by lying but even if the government doesn't think it's racial profiling it's definitely having an effect on the Chinese research. Community your remember. Chichaou shing the researcher who was falsely accused that we talked about well. I asked him. Does he still work with colleagues? In China. The short answer is yes but the more Ah Longer answer. Is that to my research. Now is much much smaller than used to be. And that's because he doesn't want to apply for federal grants anymore. He's afraid he'll do something wrong so every time I do all this conflict of interest floor alright to all these Grant applications and check boxes and also I I I I shake I I. I'm scared that if anything I didn't do exactly accurately I could be in
VW Beetle Part III: From Hitler to Hippies
"Back to the epic conclusion of our three part series on the Volkswagen Beetle. It's been dark road the F. Are you guys a lot of really messed up stuff? But there's a lot of peace in love in the future. Yea here that this episode is about peace and love so I'm looking forward to. We're going to get there. Hey guys welcome to the. Pass Gas podcast. You like passed gas. Please help us grow by giving us a good rating and a nicer view on the podcast platform of your choice to really help us out. I really appreciate it. Thank you all right now for the show. When we last left off the Volkswagen Wolfsburg factory originally meant to Make Carson. People WAS BUILDING WEAPONS OF WAR INSTEAD. Wolfsburg was targeted by the allies and nearly destroyed but the war ended. Hitler was dead. It was time yeah. It was time for the Volkswagen to live up to. Its name is name was the people's car Ooh bye-bye now that the war was over. Germany was faced with the massive task of reconstructing a shattered country including resupplying. The transportation needs for the people after the war. Germany was divided into multiple zones. The British American Soviet and French sectors Wolfsburg was situated within the British sector and the factory was still under the British pocket book in the years after the war it was also under constant threat of being shut down but once the British and American sectors merged it became apparent that British Army Engineer Major Ivan. Hirst would be able to secure the necessary funding to keep the factory afloat. The country would once again be allowed to participate within the global free market in nineteen forty seven. Obviously these policies had a direct impact on the Volkswagen factory British officials representing the VW plant had continued to push further permission to export during all of these changes every single one of their requests export though had been denied but now the Germany was allowed to enter the market the VW plant was finally viewed as a way to ease the British expenses and in March of nineteen forty seven. The factory quotas were raised. The People's car would be allowed to be exported outside of Germany but only to the Netherlands Belgium and France. The first official export of the car occurred in August that same year? A massive total of five cars were exported and the process was a difficult. One selling quote. Hitler'S CARS TO COUNTRY. Hitler try to Concord. Seemed kind of absurd but it wasn't Hitler's car anymore. So anything can happen. I think they should should stop calling Hitler's car if they want to sell it. Probably not the best marketing hooked. This is a great car. This was Hitler's car. It was obvious that British Army Engineer Major Ivan. Hirst couldn't run the plant forever. He was a military man and while he loved his position at the plant he had a larger job that took priority but each time they tried to take her out of the factory chaos ensued. He ran a tight ship soon enough. The search for a replacement began but for the volatile plant to return to German hands. It needed someone who had expertise when it came to running a major factory. Former Opel head Heinrich Nordhoff. Remember him from the last episode mentioned him he had been barred from working in the American business sector since he had been given an award from the Nazis. A FEW YEARS PRIOR ON K. Not a good look opal was controlled by GM. And Mr Nordhoff was forced out of his job. Due to America's quote no nonsense policy on Nazi involvement after the war you know other than hiring Nazi scientists to develop bombs and stuff. Yeah and like the entire space program. Yeah let's not talk about. Yeah that's true Operation Paper Clip. Look it up. When it came to looking for a factory manager Nordhoff. He might sense. He was experienced in managing factories and since the VW plant was under British control. He was actually allowed to work there on January. First of nineteen forty eight Heinrich took up position as managing director of the Volkswagen. Plant by recommendation of major hearst upon his arrival to Wolfsburg Nordhoff noted that the factory still looked exactly like it did during the war. It was basically a pile of ruins that could somehow produce cars so he knew he had a lot of work to do. So we got the work while he was meant to report to hearst with each action the roles were kind of reversed. It was obvious that Nord off was the expert and no one complained. Once you took control. The first thing Nordhoff did was replaced all the English signs back to German ones. Oh that's the bathroom is been peeing in jars from meanwhile nineteen forty. Seven was a terrible year for Ferdinand. Porsche he had been moved from his original prison to the Dank Dungeons in dijon into John. That sounds like your APP album named Dude Dank dungeons dungeons. That's pretty good good anyway remember. He had been arrested by the French. Police For colluding with Hitler Hitler. Yeah that guy so at this prison in the in Dijon. They were not even given beds all around him other men involved in the war. We're being sentenced to death in the Nuremberg trials. So at least Porsche was better off than that. After twenty two months Porsche and his family were released from the French prisons and declared not guilty of their crimes as the French government only tried him regarding the forced labor of French prisoners The Porsche Corporation to this day still denies the use of forced labour in their factory. At the time just it's better just to come clean about it. You know. Yeah Yeah I mean there's no way right. There's no way that they didn't. I don't know the rest of his record was sort of six months after his arrival to the Volkswagen Factory Heinrich Nordhoff was still sleeping on the factory. Floor on a flimsy. Kat issues plagued the factory especially the lack of housing but most importantly there wasn't really a local market for the cars. Germany was still dirt poor. And those who have the money to buy car tended to steer clear of the word. Volkswagen makes sense also. The factory was amazingly inefficient. It took workers in a reported three hundred hours to build a single car so nordhoff had to reshuffle the factory line in order to imitate the successful style of the lines in Detroit. Normally that Nordhoff expertise allowed him to play with the budget. A little bit. Nineteen forty-nine was the first year the factory was given a firm quota of forty thousand cars and nord-ost reshuffling allowed the cars to be produced over two hundred dollars under budget nor off also rebuilt the factory. He figured out that having bombed out walls and ceilings. Kinda hurt company around. Yeah I remember when our office got blown up. That was really tough to come to work every day. Yes like where do I plug my charger in? Yeah there's no wall. Where am I snack? All my snacks. So Heinrich had the place tidied up a little bit. Most importantly he completely changed the entire decision making power structure of the factory. Using a general manager who controlled multiple departments head on and so on while that's super commonplace. Now this was revolutionary at this time in German history but ultimately the company was still controlled by the British government and while they remain about as far out of the picture as they could heinrich still had to answer to them in the end.
"french government" Discussed on Talking Politics
"Amongst the french political class about the way in which monetary union works as we see from the things macron says but it is not the beast if you like that was imagined safely constrained by the germans in in the early ninety six in that sense the less german it became on the drug the easier you is for other countries to find it more acceptable as say. I still don't think this question about how different it can be from. What the german model is without politically fracturing his tidy put politically to the test the place where there seems to be the greatest scepticism about the year and i was in eastern europe. Let's especially in public opinion surveys. There's very very little competence in it. As your fractures one way potentially fractious italy becomes part of this more eastern oriented and again sometimes called populist alliance but that includes places like poland and hungary. If originally this was about france and germany there was at least the possibility another new divisions in europe could be part of the battleground there. It leaves pulled east not west. I i think the general east west element to the internal difficulties european union has the river and that obviously also i has implications for the eu's external relations not least with russia whether it's clear disagreement between the eastern european member states and to to some extent france and germany. I think that if you're sitting in eastern europe a new look at what happened particularly actually in hungary during the financial crisis where there had been quite a lot of private debt basically run up in in euros on the european central bank basically wasn't interested in engaging with hungary's financial difficulties in any way in hungary ended up going to the i._m._f. Alone. I think he's going to be quite difficult to imagine any situation. Russian in the foreseeable future hungary and poland are going to be joining the era and i do think though as particularly hungary's case that destroys was built stop by what happened to hungary joined the financial crisis and that does pros problem for the european union as a whole because it is now clearly going to continue to be a multi-country union even with if and when britain leaves the european union and that in some sense means that kohl's roles vision of as a symbol of the united europe con actually be realized now the position of italy in this is is complicated obviously because on the one hundred was a founder member of the european economic community the one government back in eighty seven who initially supported the french government with the italians mystery in some sense why that they thought the italy could live under a monetary union but that was sort of french-italian <unk> access against what they saw as german monetary hegemony within the community on that italy's not been able to maintain an alliance is with france over monetary union questions in recent years particularly under macron's presidency you can see on made some attempt to ally with the southern european governments when he came into power in two thousand twelve not twenty effect so where does that leave italy italy looks like it's got people in the government who on kind of like flirting with alternative ideas but they clearly got no strategy about how to realize them or how to take italy out the era so i still think that's quite difficult for italy to form alliances with poland and hungary in particular the impossible question to finish finish. There is a recession coming always recession coming at some point. There's going to be more pressure on this system. It leaves one potential flashpoint. Do you have have a sense of what the others might be a where the ultimate flashpoint might be of it was grease a few years ago. It's unlikely to be greece again. I think the flashpoints germany because because i think that there was going to be very considerable pressure when that recession comes to go back to quantitative easing and dragging was able to do that i think think make that move under quite specific set of circumstances including that there were certain uses to germany will particularly the german finance minister so i moved on schobul even though it was critical of q._a..
"french government" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"This is what if global coin. What if libra became the I could see out what there's no? If there's no Vig going to the banks, it became a dominant form of payment. It's how you do in an I we use pay pal. We have international hosts we you. We have to use. It's easier for us to use pay pal to support is interesting on this. Yeah. For sure. I'm sure there's enough revenue to go around. I'm sure they'll figure out a way to get something out of it. But, but to me, this doesn't strike me from at least, certainly for Facebook's point of view as either a pl- economic play. Like we're gonna make a lot of money on this. Although they might have a hand in every transaction going forward. That's Amazon's plan. Right. And I don't think this is a privacy thing. I think that's missing the poll point of this. If you say all Facebook's just doing this, so they can get more information about all transactions. I think this is a power play. I think this is Facebook saying who needs a government who needs banks. Imagine being paranoid Davinder. No, I think I think that's probably a good way to look at it. It's to me, it's a little less scary than something like the portal that they, you know, they're, and I should point I have I have two of them, which because. Well, I thought I need to talk to the other one. It makes us which is good tech. But probably came at the wrong time for them. Whereas this like, yeah, it does seem like a power. It does seem like how can we be a global superpower? What if we what if we didn't need banks? What if we could just manage our own ecosystem, you know, it's preparing us for the world of the future, where we're all living in VR, and just buying stuff digitally. He'll make sense. Yeah. And I guess I'm not the only one is paranoid, because the French government has already said, we're investigating and Facebook is going to have to go to congress next month to explain explain yourself Facebook, because there's some, I think reasonable concern in government about what is Facebook up to. So maybe I'm not completely paranoid. Although lately, getting getting grilled by congress is just kind of table stakes for anybody who wants to play this game. Yeah, I thought it was interesting on that the congress investigation articles that I've been reading that it's both. It's a sort of a bipartisan suspicion of this plan, and you can you can easily see what, what in what sort of stakes that each side is thinking about one side's thinking about the sort of social and data privacy. Implications on one side is thinking about, but banks. Stepping in and taking over banks. So it, it is interesting that it is a bipartisan concern. That's, that's a the expressed here if you think about banks, not just central banks national bags but just Bank commercial banks that really are an important constituency to congress. I would imagine. They spend a lot of money on congress. Congress has a certain sense of responsibility to banks, and I'm sure that's what some of this is. And and, and honestly. I, I some so torn about this because as you probably gathered, I'm not a fan of Facebook, but at the same time anything that dissenter mediates, especially banks. I think that's a good thing. So I don't know what we're gonna come down on this one. Well, it's so easy to, to sort of fast forward a few years and imagine that, you know, the kind of investigation that's been going on over the last couple of years about the Russian involvement in the two thousand sixteen presidential election than the campaigns. It's so easy to imagine a couple years down the road, this whole obfuscation that happens as a result of this all happening through Swiss Bank. And with a, you know, there's some data trail, of course. But yes rail instead of subpoenaing Deutsche Bank. Who are you going to subpoena, if it's Lieber coin? Yeah. That is a real concern..
"french government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Fiat Chrysler of Italy has ended merger talks with Renault of France. The French government owns a lot of Renault and Renault has a separate alliance with Nissan of Japan. And it was all very complicated. The BBC's Andrew Walker's in London. Hi, andrew. Hello, david. There were high hopes for this merger. The idea was, maybe this could signal a kind of coming together in Europe, the way we think of Airbus, being a multinational, European consortium, but it was not to be well that suddenly the way it looks at the moment. The reason that this fellow Paul was because the French government, which has a fifteen percent stake in Reynaud simply for more time now according to the finance, but it's a brutal, the envy reason hails from more time was because he wanted to ensure that the Japanese Makinson Nissan, who has a slightly smaller shareholding in was on bold and the signs that they were going to abstain at the vote, quite surprising. I think for many people that fit Chrysler so rapidly decided to call the whole thing off. So I don't think you can completely discount the possibility that this. Idea might be revived. But for the moment, at least, I certainly have to conclude that it is the released. Dp Dumond, the BBC's Andrew Walker. Renault stock is down six point seven percent in Paris FCA, Fiat Chrysler, is up seven tenths of one percent in Milan. Some other numbers the footsie index.
"french government" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Crock Fillion for Eric and Gary Red Eye Radio across America. So. Yeah. Jenny mccarthy. Thank you. I guess if you get if you're tractive and you get naked let somebody polaroid of playboy headquarters in Chicago at the time. That means you've come on tell us untruthfully that vaccination might give your kid autism. Well, thank you, Jenny. It says some people making America great again. Some people are making America more AMIS again. That accused of 'em mixed. Martial arts making measles, America. Whatever they go. Decades of neglect threaten Notre Dame. Well before it burned. I just want to say something about Notre Dame few interesting things, especially being on the heels of Easter. The French government owns said Notre Dame Notre Dom here. I go again, the Chicago poll Aachen me, see, they had the tell me because I I that's that's how my my my little Brian works. Okay. But the French government owns any churches on in their country made after a certain point. Our four before certain point, excuse me. And they're such their secular country as we all know. And so but put a Sherwin bend and make sure that Islam gets put up on a pedestal. But that's another point the French government is secular and note, Notre Dom gets forty thousand thirty forty thousand visits a day, and they don't put the money. They should. And Catholics in America have been asked before all this to to contribute money to Notre Dom to which I'd say, no. But here it is. And it's thong decades neglect. The thing was absolutely from the Wall Street Journal. Just absolutely a joke and how poorly maintained it was. And then you have these billionaire Frenchmen like Louis Vuitton LV giving tons of money. And then you've got these clowns protesting that too. Well, because in France, it's like it's like what beta wants to do here and Elizabeth Warren at all. They wanna make it. So that we have like nine weeks year mandatory off three day weekends. And you know, whatever and some rich person that owns the American version of Louis Vitton can pay for it. Until we get all that and free health care and free tuition, free everything. Gosh, darn we're going to be upset. But the irony of sadness of a second nation not taking care of it's one of its most important things, the irony and sadness of a second nation revering something, by the way crying out and saying oh my God. Who am I got really? Well, you don't care much about him but uses when things burn down. Interesting observations. From me. From one little person over here or there. Eight six six ninety redeye that's eight six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine. And let's go to max in Palo Alto. California been waiting patiently max closer. Hey, Chris, you know, that Norodom Notre Dame thing is not just a fiction. That's a lot of us have that. Thank you. I'm glad to know that I'm not as bad as I've been, you know, I've been I've been self flagellating let the Catholics living myself over here. Go ahead, sir. Hey, listen. You're earlier you were talking about the cartels. And and and how it's in their interest to bring people across the border, and I don't agree with that. But what it made me think of? And I I've thought about this for a long time. I would like to see us focus. Let's pretend we're gonna run Boorda battleship old Iowa class battleship, and I gotta shit my targets, I gotta really charters correctly. I don't wanna be shooting at a secondary or tertiary charter on his own a shoot out something that I think is the primary target. Let me explain. Yes. The way I see it here in California and the one party state of California, the coastal reefs and everybody else. Yes, we got they they are owned the politicians in this state are owned by Google Disney. Apple I mean, I look at the house of representatives speaker house, the speaker of the house of representatives Nancy Pelosi flying on corporate jets go into their retreat. These politicians are doing their bidding. And so when when I when I think about it. Always buying influence. It's not the the the drug cartels buying influence in the congress to influence our laws or to prevent our laws being enacted is members of congress. And we've got them here in California. We've got them in in your state of Texas. Arizona New Mexico, southern New Mexico. Governor today called out the cops on that on the bed. The guy who was trying to you know, indefens- the that's the the militia people on the board in defense. He is a felony. He's not allowed only got far. I don't know about you. But I support felons not have firearms. Yeah. With young with you there. Arms, and my brother, and and the first amendment is unequivocal in second amendment anniversary moment is unequivocal. But anyway, go ahead. Yeah. Look the way I don't have the best word for it. But I describe it as a global corporate state that is buying influence. I see that when we get on the radio, and I hear you me everybody else. They talk about what's happening is we're being divided and we're being divided because they're bringing any legal Elliot's. They're hiring the H one Bs. They call us racist. When we want to build a wall while they're building walls around their their palatial mansions like Nancy Pelosi, and what's happened. We're we're being sucked into kings. They are dividing us. So then what should we do? We got you know, like one get the black guy called earlier who you are you're ragging on them. And I kinda got it. But I know what we need to stick together. Guys. We need to really focus those guns like on the battleship, New Jersey, whatever's on what the real problem. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Okay. I got unity. I tried. I couldn't didn't you hear try to have unity with the guy. Commonality of being Christians. He couldn't do it. At that point either roll over and like like like like my little five pound five point one five point one pound while east roll my back because they please pet. My little belly here. Or is. So I mean, but no. But I I love what you said though, about all your your stuff about the Google and flying the jet and all that you had me at Hello. Okay. Let's go to Anthony in Alabama. You're live on Red Eye Radio Chris crock in for Eric and Gary. Hey, chris. Yeah. We're just a ball for the last caller, Alabama. Ten we we became a Republican majority since one hundred years since reconstruction and the first thing they did was coming in the ethics laws. Now, they want to change because a couple of guys got caught with their hand in the kitty talking, you know, so what Sarbanes Oxley what are you talking about? No, this is just state ethics laws. The down in Montgomery Montgomery, Alabama. I. Wait actually crossed my Cajun with my Obama. Good. Bridge is on fire. What? Oh, you know. I I was watching CBS news, and they were talking about sanctuary cities and Trump sending all the legal to those cities. And they ran a map, and you could see all the states and the cities then they ran a meal the next day, and they overlaid almost identically then they said, we have a new disease the fungus, and it's incurable. And then every time they run these maps these maps overlay each other with the eagles. Now, I know that Alexander customer Cortez says that if we give one of these people shot, it's abuse. So I don't think that actually cities are exact- exactly healthy American people. But I getting back to the measles. I was once against vaccination only because the measles vaccination had a preservative of mercury. And I was. Mirasol whatever. Yeah. Had mercury. There's there's there's a very attractive woman who got naked for a camera for playboy and got in there. She tells me that she tells me that tells me that that was causing it now. Now, one hundred pounds, overweight and ugly. Inside. Yeah. Long as you. I catch it. That's why the media is so good and telling people that Trump was Russia, all by the way, this cackling half naked girl was also on the view of for a little bit there. Well, you know, they're all buddies over there. Yeah. Let me tell you. If you one reason is because I actually read a book Kamali I actually read anyway, Dr Eustis Mullins wrote a book called death by injection. It's interesting dry read. But he talked about the the way congress had initiated vaccines in our history of vaccines. But once I took the mercury I I had no problem. All right. I appreciate your call got role. But fa- mongo. Hey, do little Connie Sunday service. Conde did a Sunday service coming up next. We'll highlight some of the worst jobs in America as well. 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"french government" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Request API's instead of the older web request API web request API is going to stick around for now. If you remember that would have limited or broken how. Many adblocker extensions worked. So all that talk that we had ended up with go street convincing chrome to pull it back and things are just going to stay for ad blocking extensions the way, they have at least for now. All right. Let's talk a little bit about an interesting. Use of streaming video going on in France, Patrick. Yeah. A number of French twitch and YouTube channel producers have rent bended together to organize lube home. They battle. Which is a Frenchman kind of funny. But anyway, inviting members of the French government to discuss social and political issues with citizens and influencers the discussions were streamed on twitch, mainly and YouTube and incorporated interactions with chatrooms you initiative follows young rest and Sheila zone movement and the countrywide gone. They bought that. The government is organizing to consult the people over a period of several weeks is so what's the pun is much. Sounds like random late became granny that we don't care. All right. So the goal is the title of that big debate consultation that the government is putting together and the verb to debate. When said in the first person, I plural person is they don't. So that means it's like, the let's debate. All of us together using the basic, the exit pun. You can't explain. I mean, it doesn't make it funny. When you explain it trust me. But when I get it now, I now understand contact, right? Yeah. So so the idea here being that while the government is doing its own events to to to extend the debate and have discussion about how France should work. This was an effort to kind of bring in younger folks, YouTube creators, what what did this end up being? Yeah, I think what was noteworthy in this. It was a eleven hours of debate. With members of the actual cabinet of the government, not the president himself. But the prime minister also took part in some of it. And the interesting part was that there were a lot of actual content creators from YouTube aimed at young people. Some political some not political at all there were a twitch dreamers, and you know, citizens students high school students cetera et cetera. And so this is this is really an effort from the from what I understand from those twitch YouTube channel producers to get the youth interested in the debate about the future of the country. Now, whether or not it was an exercise in in PR for the government, which some people have said, I think the initiative is interesting to to go where the young people are so on a scale of from Hello fellow teenagers to hey, that's cool. This fall. I think the the format and the form was very cool. And I will let the substance of it to the appreciation of each person who will probably appreciate the differently depending on their political leanings. I think the format works surprising. The end the people who participated in the debate the. Creators in citizens had interesting questions and and discussions. Well, another news Amazon, Amazon's everywhere, but you might not know that it is operated a joint venture in China since two thousand four as a way to buy imported goods caging reported Tuesday that Amazon isn't talks to merge its China business with another cross border shopping platform called Kayla run by China's net ease Amazon had six percent of China's import shopping business, willow behind eases Kayla Alibaba's t mail global and JD dot com merging with Amazon would also be a way to boost kill inventory..
"french government" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Chemical thirty nine KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. There's been a mass shooting in France. A French police source says the gunman who killed four people and wounded nearly a dozen near a Christmas market in Strasbourg is still at large at one point had the twenty nine year old suspect cornered in Paris, the BBC's Lucy. Williamson says there was a shootout near the market. The gunman is reportedly known to security services, and is now on the run police say he's been injured after an exchange of fire. The French government has told people to stay with a nearby residents said they heard gunshots and screaming in the street during the attack that caused holiday shoppers and tourists to run for cover ground because we didn't know, but is happening. Could be a terrorist attacks the suspect to a authorities say has a criminal history was on a list of people suspected of having ties to radicalism. I'm Pam Coulter. British Conservative Party official says Prime Minister Theresa may will face a no confidence vote from party lawmakers vowing to fight with everything she's got many lawmakers have been growing angry with may over her handling of Britain's exit from the European Union. If she loses the vote of party legislators today may step down if she wins. She can't be challenged again for another year. It was an astonishing sight an argument inside the Oval Office, the president and top Democrats from the house and Senate sparred over funding for a border wall on December twenty first deadline move looming over the funding of the government CBS's chief White House correspondent major Garrett s more in a unique White House. The legislative clash was in a class by itself, we.
"french government" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"To CBS's Nancy Cortes main audience was the president himself sending him a message. It is a new day. Democrats are going to have control of the house in a matter of weeks. And I'm going to be there in that office with you. I'm going to be calling you on your facts when you get them wrong. And I'm going to be doing that in a way that's very uncomfortable for you, something you're not used to when you're sitting in this room with the Republican leadership. CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. WWE J NewsRadio nine fifty. I Mike Campbell in for Jim Matthews. Thank you for tuning in on this Wednesday. December twelfth twenty eighteen AccuWeather says we are expecting some snow this afternoon. This evening accumulations of a coating to up to two inches right now. Twenty four degrees with hazy skies a complete update, traffic and weather together at four thirty eight. In France in Strasbourg police say at least three people are dead after a gunman opened fire near a Christmas market gunman is reportedly known to security services, and is now on the run police say he's been injured after an exchange of fire. The French government has told people to stay with a our reporter Lucy. Williamson. Elsewhere in France more protests today, even after president Macron promised concessions to angry demonstrators yesterday, your CBS news correspondent, Elaine Cobb in Paris. He asked the banks to not raise taxes raise their charges next year. So that they've been asked to hold them steady twenty eighteen rates in the hope that that will have an effect for people across the board. And also, he's asked them to introduce more loans and different types of loans that could help small businesses in particular, hundreds of students are staging what they're calling black Tuesday. Protests in solidarity with yellow vests who are against tax hikes in the country here in this country brush, a bus crash at the happiest place on earth. Fifty one passengers on two buses some of them had to be taken to the hospital after the collision between the buses near Walt Disney world's Epcot resort center. Fortunately, the fifteen people all suffered from only minor injuries. Just a week after a cease and desist. Order. A canton cemetery is now banned from new burials, Laura suspended all new. New cemetery and crematory services at Norwood memorial park cemetery in canton, and that was a consequence of the more than three hundred on cremated remains of infants and fetuses that were founded multiple crip stored inappropriately. That is state cemetery Commissioner Julia Dale who says some of the remains date back to twenty nine Norwich license has been suspended in. They can no longer hold any new cemetery or crematory services, though. Previously scheduled services will be allowed. If they are desired with just two weeks to go until Christmas. The US postal services mail processing center in Pontiac is well some might say busier than the North Pole w w j News Radio nine fifty John Hewitt paid of his and busy might just be.
"french government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg dot com. The move. Subscribe on how podcasts. French president Emmanuel Macron says he's committed to the renaissance alliance despite the arrest of callers gome, he discussed the issue with the Japanese Prime minister Shinzo Ave on the sidelines of the g twenty meeting and Argentina our chief north Asia. Correspondent Stephen Engle is falling the drama Steve good morning. What is the latest on cornerstones fate? Yeah. Well, the latest is of course, the two leaders of France and Japan getting together and talking about this case. Of course, it's something that Shinzo Abe's says it should be decided the fate of the alliance should be decided between the companies, but the governments are getting involved. It was Emmanuel Macron when he was the economy minister of France that increase the French government stake in Renault to fifteen percent before he became prime minister much to the chagrin, of course, of the Japanese and Nissan who say the alliance right now is an inequitable partnership and psycho San the CEO of Nissan would like to see that. We're hearing he'd like to see that Revis. Of course, the French government owns a fifteen percent stake in Renault and Renault owns a controlling forty three percents stake in Nissan, I should say controlling because they have voting rights where Nissan does not have voting rights with their fifteen percents stake in Renault. It's very complicated. But again, Emmanuel. Macron is saying he would you like to prioritize the continuance of this alliance? But he also wants to see more information from the prosecutors here in Tokyo as Carlos still sits in a detention center here in Tokyo since November nineteen arrests along with former Representative director of Nissan, that's Greg Kelly, and we're hearing from local media reports that Carlos gone is refusing to sign any sort of confession to add to the prosecutor's case that they're building right now and that extension of his detention was granted until at least next Monday a week from now December tenth Carlos going could still be sitting in a Tokyo detention center without formerly being charged. Okay. Stephen, thank you. Brought Stephen Engle there with the very latest on the Renault. Nissan saga unconscious gonna leave. You the quick snapshot of monk as the question for this. According to J.
"french government" Discussed on WJR 760
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"french government" Discussed on Little Atoms
"The people that are arriving and really is all of that that contributed to the crisis that we've seen in the last few years because you had desperate people who are willing to travel even though they were told they're not allowed to forced into narrower and more dangerous bottlenecks which meant they arrived in greece or their rights initially or they're right in vogue area in very chaotic dangerous fashion and europe system for dealing with that basically collapsed so the book is structured into your visit three let's say boarders but basically like very radical board respects per basically points of entry where the has been crisis point in the first one being kelly people will be familiar about the jungle in this or the comes setup around calais over the over the last decade or so and i'm not about why that is because people will presume that that's because everybody wants to come to the uk or something but there's comes to there because of disagreements over the agreements between the government and the french government yeah that's right and so yes the book is divided into four sections that each take a different area of your focus and i deliberately put kelly as the first one because it's a boarder base right in the middle of europe is not near though southern or eastern edges of the eu at all and yet the very familiar scenes and make it look as if it's a kind of frontiers own and that is entirely as you say to do with disagreements between member states over whose responsibility is to accommodate asylumseekers or other kind of migrants and i think it's particular irony for britain actually kelley should be regarded as symbol of how tough britain's borders the reason there is there was a large camp called the jungle in kellyanne two thousand and fifteen and sixteen and continue to be lots and lots of different encampments all up the french coast now is because of that she very difficult to get into the uk as an undocumented migrants if you're traveling fashion you know you have to hide underneath a lori.
"french government" Discussed on The Incomparable
"French government is collaborating with with the vichy government after the after the nas nazis invaded when they pry his hands open and pull the stuff out then these these the free french literature in there with the cross of lorraine which comes on when when newly comes grams in the bar one of the things that that constantly gets trotted out about this is that is that it was the first overtly antinazi hollywood film which isn't true it isn't even the first one of those from warner brothers and i think the the earliest one that that is explicitly antinazi and just not winks nudges confessions of announcing spies actually available now from the one archive collection and was impossible to track down for the longest time the thing that i it's it's weird to me the warner brothers themselves don't get as much credit for as they deserve is that they really individually came out forcefully against the nazis going back into the nineteen thirties after the war weren't they called i believe the phrase was prematurely antifascist which was into suggest that they were suspicious liberals because they were they were against hitler a little too early jason i would one of my life goals is to be prematurely antifascist all the times i was against hitler before it was cool there was there was also a wonder brothers movie released the same year as casablanca early in the year against in humphrey bogart called all through the night where he takes nazis so i would also recommend anyone within the sound of my voice to watch that one interesting sounds fascinating amazing movie sounds like let's take a brief break from the old movie club to tell you about one of our sponsors this episode of the incomparable is brought to you by pinged them the reason pinged him is awesome well they keep your site and sites that you love the internet online and operational ping them is a company that monitors your site so you don't have to.
"french government" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka
"At the heart of this is your question my responsibility but people have responsibility for the impact of the tools they build just the existence of the life to right and i think that the the days and tech of just had these tools you know i'm not responsible for what happens with them or sort of over like you really need to have deep responsibility to think about not just the good that these tools can have but the bad and what are all the things we can do to guard against it and as the weight of these tools more on the positive than the negative and i think that's again the big cultural shift that i think a lot of people in tech have to have to make to really think about this in advance not just after the thing was created and i think tech has long been as an industry pretty insular and i think that's changing too yeah no i think it's stress so that's changing too so what's going right now with elections will working much more closely some of the stuff we found in germany we've found with the government we worked with the french government we're working with local authorities around the world i think again opening up our community standards opening up to be more transparent that enables people to find things and everyone to work together because a lot of these threats we definitely take responsibility but bad actors will go from platform to platform and so the more we can cooperate and our industry is doing a better and better job at that when we find about actor we are cooperating on that and some of the legal changes have allowed that so that we can pull them down and so can everyone else that's remarkable hearings in comically sort of inept some of those questions seemed to be as i said that.
"french government" Discussed on AP News
"The french government warned of that his flagship airline might collapse there's also a new strike over wages which led to the cancellation of about fifteen percent of air france flights worldwide monday weeks of labor action has already cost the company more than three hundred million euros unions won't have five point one percent pay rise this year arguing that the company is making enough of a prophet to meet their demands and francaise share price plunged nearly thirteen percent at the open on monday after workers rejected the company's latest wage proposal on friday the french government which owns fourteen percent of the airline says it will not rescue it franz his finance minister urged striking pilots crew and ground staff to be responsible saying the survival of air france is at stake nascar's kevin harvick continues his winning ways ap's jerry jordan reports is the season victory leader after winning at dover kevin harvick took advantage of his teammate clint voyeurs loose handling car at dover international speedway and passed him in the closing laps to get his fourth nascar win of the season it was a six time during the race at harvard had been on point leading for a race high two hundred one laps boy was out front when rain fell on that three seventeen in red flag the event for forty one minutes but when the ontrack battle resumed he couldn't hold on and settled for second daniels whereas nat third followed by tricks junior and kurt busch in fourth and fifth respectively i'm jerry jordan dozens of homes have been destroyed by the erupting killer way of volcano in hawaii and there's ap's donahue reports there's no telling when the eruptions and lava flow will michael mcguire had to deal with the eruptions under a doorway then there was the lava flow lava backs up pop out anywhere closer to book of molten rock toxic gas and steam have been bursting through openings in the ground when will this all end jessica farah kane is with hawaii volcanoes national park this eruption that's happening alani could be days or weeks from now it doesn't seem like there's a real close definitive end in sight one volcanologist says as long as supply of magma is there the eruptions will continue i may donahue welcome to total wine and more i challenge you to wine tasting showdown maybe we should just explore some wine if you can't blow me away with the.
"french government" Discussed on KQED Radio
"French government and state rail workers is continuing today npr's eleanor beardsley reports train drivers are taking part in a rolling strike to protest president emmanuel macron's plan plans to overhaul the railway fortythree percent of train drivers have walked off the job today and services crippled the drivers say they'll continue to strike for two days every five days till the end of june to stop what they say is macaroni assault on the public rail service macro says he wants to end job for life guarantees and early retirement for rail workers in order to transform the heavilyindebted company into a profitable service both sides vowed they will never back down on wall street the dow was up two hundred fifty seven points this is npr news in washington seven forty three now and support for kqed comes from sheppard mullin global law firm with eight hundred lawyers handling corporate and technology matters key litigation and complex financial transactions for companies in the bay area and beyond sheppard mullin we put clients first by chievo a san francisco creative agency specializing in advertising customer experience design and brand strategy chievo disrupt engage connect love chiba is online at c i b o s f dot com ahead on morning edition and iraqi man who famously took a sledgehammer do a statue of saddam hussein during the us invasion fifteen years ago looks back at what has happened in the intervening years that again in just a moment and then later today on the next fresh air.
"french government" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Now it's interesting the french government particularly who've been very much in the forefront of this matter diplomatically at been pushing for a kind of a new a document a new convention that people would sign up to underscoring the fact i think that the existing international prohibitions against the use of chemical weapons have really been shown to be rather threadbare by the syrian example i was jonathan marcus around a thousand people are believed to be trapped in a gold mine in central south africa after a power cut a spokesman for the company which owns the mind savannah still water says the miners are safe and receiving food and water and an operation to get them out is underway i'll correspondence in south africa is poems a felony you understand jackie that rescue workers are still trying to find a way into a trying to find a way to to bring up the miners the handed that are still trapped underground but one of the biggest stumbling blocks at the moment is that there's a power shortcircuit sullivan power has been restored to the mine is not enough to bring them up as quickly as possible and this has of caused of course raised anxiety levels for p o for family members and also chestful south africans who watching what's going on the in waiting for updates to get a sense of win the miners will be brought back to the surface they have been there since last night and union union bosses have expressed concern saying that some of the members who are in the hundreds at our traps there are chronic credit conditions and would have gone without medication for at least a day and again this is not the first time that something like this has happened to this mine is it correct we we receiving similar similar reports that it has happened before says also raised concerns about the safety levels not just at this mine but also the safety of mine is in in minds across south africa it's also brought to the fore a conversations about that the value that's pace on the lives of the miners who go down every single day.
"french government" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Walker's the french government will present a broad outline move the labour law reform during a cabinet meeting later this morning behind the disappointed reforms of the first test micron's government since the recent parliamentary elections gave his own march party a comfortable majority joining us down the line from paris bloomberg's caroline kohn and we understand this will not be focus over 35hour week what will it be a folks on iraq may be labor code more pro you know labour curtain on three thousand pages oh oh cui the many roles on all the level mackerel really want to make it simpler he won't on how are lower the cost of hiring and firing who lower contribution from both beyond carrier and the young pregnant by the way have you nigger he added company level rather than odeen voter carreno has the power of the union and own protein on immigrant coastal firing people call the carrier by uprooting robert also cap on a the severance pay i am you can ask when he got company okay a load of optimism around michaels new policies whether you can get in three seats be relying on speed what are the obstacles day but you have to get the parliament to allow the government to you've agreed to decrease could you could go to because you've got mccurry other national humbly we're calm when he got we the union not you have a true now do next we can under nick your day one union the.
"french government" Discussed on WLOB
"Government the french government the saudi government name it these folks were all coming into they all wanted to see to the table they all wanted to see the table this is from the mind saying the fbi not having access to the dnc servers that is the only story that is i mean 'cause look think of what other than what we knew yesterday the comey was going to say that trump was on collusion with the with the russians that's the secondary story but we knew that yesterday we've not all trump's been saying alone we now have absolute one anderson compromise here's something else we know folks because now rubio had said if you'll notice what he was saying and this was us this was a great point he says it is now you have now set in your testimony what everybody on this committee has known for weeks and that is that donald trump was not under investigation for colluding with the russians we can out not now say it out loud we can alsayed at lubbock does everybody on this committee republicans democrats independence we have all known this for weeks the question is of all the things that have been leaked to the new york times why wasn't that leaked and of course you folks know the answer that doesn't fit the get trump narrative that lets him off the hook their matter of fact not only are they not going the league that they're going to bury that if they find it out you can tell it to him i don't know that somebody didn't league to the new york times somebody but the new york times never going to report them so chances are you had nobody on that committee that was an and and look god bless them it's not the place to do so there was nobody on that come on let the senate intelligence committee that was willing to go to breitbart or anybody else and say look here's the deal what they're not telling you is there is no investigation of trump and the rush japan's and i and to their credit that is not their place to go.