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National Public Lands Day with Ashley Lusk
"Hey Paul Ashley here I am excited for you to tell me all about National Public Lands Day the only thing keeping me saying during the pandemic has been the ability to take my dog and my partner and get in our car and drive to the middle of nowhere and most often that middle of nowhere is usually a state or local or National Park and what I love about these public lands is that anyone can come for a very low price or no price and really find and discover the great outdoors. So Paul tell me more about what makes them so special. Thanks. Today September Twenty Six, twenty twenty is National Public Lands Day the reason I give you the date and year is because this National Day officially falls on the four Saturday of September every year the goal this day which started in Nineteen ninety-four is to volunteer your time by visiting your favorite public land and doing some good like repairing trails or electing trash due to the pandemic psalm not all annual events have been canceled but have no fear of course there are some virtual events I will put a link in the show notes to help you find one. If you do get to your favorite public spot, you can share your story using the public land's Day take. Today's first recommendation is from the she explores podcast it's an interview with advocate Katie Boue. She is an advocate for the outdoors, but Katie explains that she does a lot of our advocating using social media but she also make sure to note that you need to take your actions out into the real world. My guest today is Ashley Lusk. I know Ashley because she is the Co editor of the Bello Collective a publication about audio and podcasts. As a little side note, Bello is a wonderful community that anyone can join in converse with a lot of podcast. Loving people over slack. Outside her work with the Bello collective actually has developed audience strategies for shows like Dolly Parton some MERICA Radio Lab Nancy and great big story. Since. That's a lot of podcast options. I'm not sure. I, can pick just one. But if I must I give you one of my favorite radio lab episodes, it's called the punch line and it's about hockey goon. John Scott who ended up playing in the NHL are game against a lot of odds. You don't have to be a hockey fan to enjoy it. For a third episode, Ashley Recommends P Line from the California love podcast. Ashley says and I quote. California love is a gorgeous and wide-ranging series and I hope you listen to all the episodes but if you wanna see what makes it so special checkout P line an episode about a party line that became a hangout spot for Los Angeles Teens Unquote.
Fresh "John Scott" from America First
"Details on example. Policy. It's like whoa dot com slash commercials monthly premiums very based on health company, another fact is not available in all states. Britain's government has been criticized for confusing messaging over a raft of new Corona virus restrictions. And now even the prime minister has had to apologize for getting it wrong. Boris Johnson has apologized on Twitter, saying he misspoke. After he failed to clarify where the people from different hustles could socialize outside under new lock down measures coming into force in north eastern England, where infection rates have spiked The tighter rules, which include advising against people from different households meeting in outdoor restaurants and pubs are affected from Wednesday on apply to millions of people. A confusion of a variations in restrictions across the country have led many to question their effectiveness. Charles till a Decima London European Union of British negotiators hunker down Tuesday to seek last minute compromises and everything from fisheries too. Competition in hopes of creating a post Brexit trade deal. This is townhall dot com Virginia residents are not in full agreement on one topic. A new poll shows Virginians about evenly divided on whether Confederate statues throughout the state should be removed. The pole by Hampton University and The Associated Press, in O. R. C Center for Public affairs Research found that 46% support removal of Confederate statues. 42% opposed removal. A similar divide emerged on the question of renaming schools and streets that honor confederates John Scott reporting. Eventually baseball playoffs, got away with four games Tuesday, Gerrit Cole struck out 13 and the New York Yankees 12 31 of her Cleveland like Smell Fan. Nine is to have a baby Toronto 321. It was Houston for Minnesota one and the Chicago White Sox. For whatever Oakland there will be eight more games in the best of three series Wednesday. For these stories, a townhall dot com Patrick pause. America was founded upon solid.
Egg producer accused of quadrupling prices amid pandemic
"Pending against one of the country's largest egg producers. York Attorney General Letitia James charges the egg producer illegally inflated prices when the pandemic hit New York, Charging up to four times more per carton. James claims that in March and April Hillandale Farms Price college, more than four million cartons of eggs sold a grocery store chains, US military facilities and wholesale food distributors. The lawsuit seeks restitution for consumers. The lawsuit alleges that Rices did not reflect increased costs, but higher consumer demand during the pandemic. John Scott reporting
"john scott" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I'm John Scott. President. Trump has introduced executive orders to suspend some payroll taxes and replace that expired unemployment benefit with a 400 extra dollars a week. The president can't his actions as necessary, given that lawmakers have been unable to reach an agreement to plunge more money into the economy, which has been damaged by the Corona virus. Economic adviser Larry Kudlow says he knows they may go to court over the president's executive order Our council's office. The Treasury Department believes it has the authority to temporarily suspend tax collections. So we're banking on that. Goodloe speaking on ABC is this week. Also a townhall dot com The US adding 1.8 million jobs in July. The hiring of the past three months has recovered 42%. Of the jobs lost to the pandemic induced recession. That's according to the Labor Department's jobs. Report. President Trump Points to the job gains has a trend in the direction of recovery. Over the past three months, the United States has surpassed market expectations. A total of 12 million new jobs. Over the last three months, The United States has added 623,000 manufacturing jobs, and the president says the job's report has many encouraging elements and some good views. About hiring with an important electoral constituency. Hispanic American unemployment is decreased by nearly 32%. Jobs held by African Americans, which were hit especially hard by the shutdowns. Incredibly hard increased by nearly one million over the past three months, and that's also A record that's a job record. The unemployment rate fell to 10.2% of fire inside a police union building led authorities in Portland, Oregon, to declare a riot late Saturday. Three officers were hurt. While clearing the crowd. More of these stories at townhall dot com. A leaf factor. Effective pain relief. That really, really works. How do I know that? I don't have a script. I don't have talking points. I live it. I've been taking it for a year and 1/2. I had lower back pain issue that had been plaguing me for nine years. Almost a decade. I took really factor for two weeks. Yes, two weeks and my pain was gone and it still gone. That's the experience of Tens of thousands of Americans who are taking really factor right now. Don't take my word for it,.
Amazon closer to launching satellites, upping internet reach
"Amazon's one step closer to outer space Company has received government approval to put more than 3200 satellites into orbit. With the goal of beaming Internet service to earth, Amazon said the satellite's could provide Internet to parts of the world that don't have it. It could also become a new business for Amazon selling Internet service to people or companies. John Scott
"john scott" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"john scott" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
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"john scott" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Wants to do with Tuman Bay the the fiction Poe causes. Is Make It kind of effortless that you feel that the world is kind of all there without having to worry about. What specifically is that sound or Or have a character. Tell you exactly what something is. I wanted it to kind of wash over? The audience, and if you let yourself be drawn into that, then it is a kind of effortless experience you, you're just in that world and you're looking around and saying these different situations unfold. That was what I was often. Rouses and Explaining things a lot can be quite. Tiring to listen to yeah, I wanted it to be more something that you could experience well mission accomplished. Thank you. John Thank. You so much for spending this time with me I. So appreciate it. Thank you for the opportunity holly in his great greats to you. I think John at the end of that interview but I. Just wanted to make sure we thank him again for spending time with me again back in May to talk about to Monday and his love of history, and how that project has blossomed to me, it is really sort of magical that historical fiction podcast has also now become a book series, television, series and development et Cetera. You can listen to seasons one two, three two Monday now on the iheartradio, APP, apple, podcasts, or wherever it is, you listen just like. Like is the case with our show and season. Four to Monday will come out later this summer again. That book is titled the City of a thousand faces. It is available now both as a hardback as a kindle ebook and audiobook, and when I mentioned there at the end that he had created this world that one could escape into I was of course talking about the pandemic, knowing what was about to unfold How you deal with current events is different for everyone, so you may or may not. Want to think about things that you can escape into you and this is certainly a time when we hope that everyone is actively engaged in the ways that suit them best. I have a little bit of listener mail that diverges pretty greatly from this I'd like to hear it. So it'll be a little light ending to it This is about our very recent episode on cannery row. We've got some really funny emails about Cannery Row for which I think. Everybody did IT This is from our listener Julie. He says I'm so excited that you did a show today on cannery row in Monterey. My first job out of college was working at the Registrar's Office at the Naval Postgraduate School I worked in Herman Hall which is the Historic Hotel del Monte today. The building is used for administrative offices for the school, but it is also still a working hotel under navy. Gateway Inn and suites I have stayed. Stayed there many times since leaving Monterrey in. It's a treat you do need to be affiliated with the military to stay there. Though the old hotel building is opulent and beautiful, it's neat to explore as there. At least a dozen ways to get to any single rumor office. My office was in the basement of the building, which was still lovely. There is a bar in the basement of the hotel called the Trident Room that opened around three PM..
"john scott" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
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"john scott" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Around twelve fifty, a they seized power for themselves, said they were then in control about eight two and a half centuries, and during this time it was extraordinarily. Brutal it was. It was all about how there was a fifty year period whether we're fifty three different sultan's in. They didn't last very long. If you're the Salton say, there was, there was a lot of people trying to. Take Control and but at the same time the empire and the city, of Cairo, where which essentially that sort of headquarters thrives and. At a certain point of that period was the wealthiest place on the planet to be, and so attracted people from everywhere else from people from Europe from Asia from the rest of the Middle East to be there in the city, and so it was remarkably cosmopolitan place people came to make their fortunes and and said that as a as a society and a world and. At. The city was hugely fascinating to me and so i. read more about it and I guess that was the inspiration for. For this dramatic story that we sat in that society. At. What point did you realize like? This is going to be the primary thing I pull from to build this world that I'm building. I guess it was a biography. That I read of the city of Kyra that had a chapter only a chapter actually about the mom looks, and I think all the kind of political intrigue and skulduggery and the grandeur. Of. IT'LL! Just, really appeal to me as a world that could be built out as thrilling drama. You obviously read a lot for your own pleasure clearly. But will you talk about when you shift gears, and it becomes a little bit about drawing from historical sources to inform your work. What that research process his like, or is it kind of the same thing? Yeah, I think it's kind of the same thing I find if I'm if I'm reading for research, I can never quite get the thing that I'm after, so I tend to not do it very diligently. I just read stuff for interest, and something will stick in my mind if it does, I'll write it down and. Build from that and I mean once we pitched and sold the series and we found someone to to fund it. Does does then also the pressure of having to deliver something and one of the decisions we made really early on was not to route set. To specifically in this Mamluk Weld, because it would in a sense Taya's down, too many things and what we wanted to create with more of a house of cards type story of political intrigue and draw on that world, but not be bound by it and..
"john scott" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"It's an interesting question, I haven't really thought about it, but I think probably I always have I actually did to history degree. Say That I haven't. Thought about it. I studied medieval trade and Agriculture European. But. I mean I haven't sort of felt like I was a history geek or anything, but I guess I probably was an and am and I've. I've always been fascinated particularly. Although I studied medieval history always been fascinated particularly by the second bull I've I've read a lot about that and yeah I guess we learn a lot of lessons from the past. My my fascination with a second one boys, just how people's minds can be controlled on a population level in the way, the in Nazi. Germany dead. And I guess my interest in history generally is what happens to people, and and how they think. And how that changes in? Different Ages, I find it really interesting I. Maybe this is kind of a history and drama kandhamal together I'm really. Interested in what people's motivations are and and in different historic periods different things. Are Acceptable and different things motivate people, and I find that kind of interesting. I mean. Just as an example in the world of Tim Bay which is very much inspired by the Mamluk of Egypt and Slavery was was a very. The society was built on on slaves. The Mamluk leaders came a slaves. And then took over at a certain point, and became the rulers, the slaves became the rulers, but in that society does does. Also. Various documents that gives you a sense of what daily life was like, and and having a slave, and stuff was just considered the GNOME and. Is as you can have a whole society that doesn't really consider. Anything of something like that. You can get a bank loan. To Buy. It was. Completely aboveboard there's like no morality questioning going on there at all. That's true, and then if you look at society, state, as does various things where we don't really question it either. The way we treat animals and stuff it, and maybe in years to come people look back on this period of history and think. It's amazing that people didn't actually question in any way They didn't ask the question. They just accepted. It said that I guess that's my where I come from in terms of my interest in these periods. Do you remember how you first learned about? The mom looks yeah I mean. I was aware of them, and that's because I was brought up. In the middle, East I was born in Kuwait actually, my parents live there and we spend a Lotta time in. Egypt site was kind of aware of them, but I was also aware of how little they've been written Abou-. and. It just always seemed like kind of fascinating little corner of history that no one had quite explored to obey is not is not about the Mamluk Dynasty, but it, but say much of what we've got in. The story is is drawn from that period and I. Guess What attracted me to that once. I, did hear about it. And started reading about it. It was a period just two and a half centuries where this group of people who were brought over on a regular basis as as slaves and they were. Actually of Turkish origin that they want Muslims. They were the Christians they were. Brought up because they had this incredible a prize for that fighting and And that discipline, and so they were brought over to be part of the army, and they were slaves they were imported by the rules of the time, and then at a certain point..
AI Hiring, Never Retiring: Working in the 21st Century
"Hunting for a new job is one of the resolutions. A lot of folks make starting off the year and many hiring managers have new budgets. And start ramping up recruiting after the holidays slowdown right now the way most people go through that processes not very different from how it was done in the past checking for job postings online sending and cover letters and resumes but with all the data out there about each one of us. What's the future of hiring gonNA look like reporter Hookah shellman found out? It's a New Year for many of us. Time to look for new job your update you're linked in scrappy social media. And then if all goes as well you get an interview hoping to make a first impression but turns out some companies already have very good impression of who you are the amount of information that people have on candidates before they actually arrive to the interview which can freak some people out because the idea of the for instance our digital footprints reputation could be processed and translated into an inside or an inference of your potential or talent more than than it is. Today is quite that creepy in a way. Tomas Chamorro premise is a professor of psychology Columbia University and the chief talent scientists that manpower group. He's not talking about programs. That pre filter resumes linked in for keyboards and skills. This goes much deeper artificial intelligence. This can be used to discern your personality through traces you leave online. And he says that our personalities embedded in almost anything we do for example apple the music that you listen to says a lot about your typical emotional states your personality your level of interest in different things your curiosity leveler intelligence level things like uber or lift ratings say a lot about how cordell agreeable friendly or pleasant you are basically. There's some is if you nice to driver you'll be nice to work with their already. Artificial intelligence based tools that can generate personality profiles from people's linked. It didn't in seconds. So why would we care. Tema says personality and cognitive abilities are becoming more important for employers compared to self-reported skills and work experiences. That's because companies keep changing their business models and they need employees. That could keep up. You really need to accept the fact that if a lot of the the jobs of the future don't exist today. The best thing we can do is not train people for specific hard skills or knowledge areas or expertise but identify if I whether they are likely to be good learners in the future and whether they're adoptable companies could of course use traditional personality. Test ask you might have heard of meyers brakes or disc or the big five you know choosing descriptions like people look up to me. I tend to be a kind person I accept live as it comes. Do you agree or disagree. These tests have been used for decades and most generally accepted as reliable measures of personalities now tech startups have developed algorithms that use artificial intelligence to create a personality analysis instantly without asking any questions like the company crystal analyzes. The words phrases and data points on someone's Lincoln profile and correlates with personality test results from people who have similar similar words phrases and data points. They used a bunch of the tests that we talked about another company. Humanistic used the disappointment and the big five. Both companies are using natural language processing tools. But do they work. We started by running mannix algorithm over Thomas Twitter feed this is you and this is based on your twitter so your analytical cautious deliberate and then we looked at Lincoln using the same companies tool so now you are influential energizing an impulsive in here. You were an analytical cautious and deliberate shortly so I would say more impulsive Paul Save than cautious and deliberate and the two are of the opposite extreme you know so same algorithm very different results for the thing. There is an element. amando throw everything against the wall and see what sticks here okay. So what does the other company crystal say about him. Based on his linked in this is one is better direct assertive and competitive. I think is better than court shows. Delivered speak very directly or bluntly yes stay. Stay focused on one point. Not necessarily I mean I'd like to jump from one to assert yourself with confidence definitely not as spent the last ten years in writing books on how we shouldn't mistake confidence for competent. So please don't assert yourself with confidence. There are trade-offs here right and I the thing that this doesn't seem as accurate as a traditional science based or validated assessment despite these inconsistencies Tomas still things. There's something here but other experts in the hiring field a less forgiving. There's no uh-huh science behind this. There's no real research that supports deriving personality from social media behavior. This is John Scott. He's he's an organizational psychologist bills assessment tools so companies can find the best possible hires. It's something that we can discuss it cocktail parties but I would would never in a million years attempt to derive someone's personality from that and then use that to make predictions beached out to crystalline. Human Tick Kris told told us that there are no independent studies but they're validate their tests internally. They say they ask every user how accurate the predictions are so when Iran Thomas Profile through crystal. The system asked me if it was accurate. She mandich said that the adjectives describing people's personalities in their reports are subjective objective that they could change on the fly and they said you can't judge the accuracy of the system by looking at one profile. They're also disputed. You did that. There are no vigorous. large-scale visas studies on the subject and pointed to a research article comparing computer judgments of personality to human judgments creating personality profiles with the help of. Ai Remains controversial. But John says that technology can help in a different way. He says one of the best ways to predict how well someone will do in a given job is to test them doing their job in a virtual reality simulator. How do you predict future behaviour? You create the future. You place the individual in that future and present them with a variety of challenges and see how they do against those challenges us so imagine instead of having an interview where you talk about how well you can do the job. The employer hands. You had said twenty of right into the deep end. You could take CNN applicant for a CEO save for a an energy company so one possible scenario is that they're holding strategy meeting and everybody in the room gets texts that there it has been a cyber attack on their nuclear plant. What are you going to do? How are you going to face that? And that's not just your stakeholders in your customers. It's the government that gets gets involved in that national security so you could set up a press conference have the individual present their ideas on how they're going to manage this John says this virtual virtual job simulation could be automatically scored by an algorithm just like video game. Technology could work for any job though you could see how you can scale back to new entry level jobs as well providing different sorts of challenges associated with their roles in immersive simulation kind of a way and and John says the tech wouldn't have to stop their companies could combine. The are based headsets with wearable technology. which could record a job? Candidates biometric metric data nervous and you hardest basing they had set would be able to detect that those sweaty palms registered eye contact measurable and all of that data about things citing stress. You feel will be used to assess how well you suited for the job. Since most of us have very control over our bodies we actions. This idea seems pretty controversial. A simple rule in my view is if the criteria or riveria bowls or fuck doors. You are trying to use for your decision whether to hire someone or not are completely out of somebody's control. It's probably not ethical. You get into areas where it may start to feel more like a medical test and you cannot use a medical test at the front door. For Selection election purposes an Illinois law takes effect this month requiring companies to notify job. Candidates may use AI based video interview tools And legislation mandating companies to inspect their algorithms for bias is under consideration in Congress so eventually lawsuits relations could put put the brakes on this new world of artificial intelligence and hiring
NJ Lawmaker Urges Port Authority To Keep GWB Carpool Discount
"The the port port authority's authority's plan plan to to get get rid rid of of the the car car pool pool lane lane discount at the George Washington bridge come January is facing push back today New Jersey congressman John Scott timers as no one comes out a winner eliminating the carpool lane will cost many New Jersey residents thousands of dollars a year in new tolls and a ton of new cars on the bridge and create more air pollution that's a lose lose lose for absolutely absolutely everyone everyone but but the the Port Port Authority Authority says says the the carpool carpool lanes lanes won't won't work work with with the the new new cashless cashless tolling tolling system system that that only only three three percent percent of of drivers drivers take take advantage advantage of of the the discount discount the agency also cited a safety issue with people standing on the side of the road looking to catch a ride over the bridge got timer says the technology exists to have carpool discounts work with this new tax set up and that it's being used already in California Massachusetts and
"john scott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And Greg is like like I thought okay but hill to accept the bill there is great was thinking about it I thought you know fun you know really rested the NHL is if we thought enough player player who couldn't really keep up couldn't really shoot couldn't really handle the pot slow guy with the bad hands couldn't do anything let's let's let's really you know drop a stink bomb in the room and then the perfect guy a Goliath of the league John Scott all right guy John Cullum John Scott six with the base unit actually I was the guy that would only play between like five eight minutes a night couldn't really shoes couldn't really get a and on top of that when John Scott was on the line unacceptable the only thing he was good at knocking other people thank you know what the terms John Scott was what you would call an old fashioned yes my god that's the one he wants from that point on there was no other answer to the question like that was the guy that it would have to be in which there is.
"john scott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And Greg is like like I thought okay but hill to accept the bill there is great was thinking about it I thought you know fun you know really rested the NHL is if we vote in a player player who couldn't really keep up couldn't really shoot couldn't really handle the pot slow guy with the bad hands couldn't do anything let's let's let's really you know drop a stink bomb in the room and then the perfect guy a Goliath of the league John Scott all my guy John Carroll John six with the base unit Craxi I'd love he was the guy that would only play between like five eight minutes a night couldn't really shoes couldn't really gave and on top of that when John Scott was on the line not acceptable the only thing he was good at all he would knock in other people thank you know what the terms John Scott was what you would call an old fashioned yes my god that's the one he wants from that point on there was no other answer to the question like that was the guy that it would have to be and with their as.
"john scott" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Hello from I'm John Scott president trump is challenging to sources of democratic support African American voters in U. S. cities Democrats have taken African American voters totally for granted they have they didn't do anything for you Democrats of run America's inner cities at every level of government for fifty sixty and seventy years as for democratic performance over that time twenty out of twenty most dangerous cities in America last year were run by Democrats I'd say that's not too good the president speaking this hour at the black voices for trump coalition rollout president says he's not worried about the impeachment testimony that has been released to the public this week the president is dismissing the significance of testimony from diplomats and administration officials who expressed concerns about his dealings with Ukraine I'm not concerned about anything the testimony is all been fine for the most part I never even heard of these people I have no idea who they are the president says this is just a continuation of the Russia investigation which he called a witch hunt Greg clutched in the White House also with general dot com the CDC is reporting a possible cause for the recent outbreak of vaping illnesses Kate the CBC's Dr and circuit since it was founded all twenty nine along fluid samples tested by many acetate is used as a thickener invading fluid particularly black market very cartridges while vitamin E. is say because of Taylor on the skin there's a big difference when it's inhaled into the lungs shook it says it's too early to rule out other toxins may be involved but the finding does reinforce the CDC's recommendations or not or vaping.
WhatsApp accuses international tech company of cyberattack
"Millions of people around the world rely on what's up to send encrypted messages and make phone calls back in May around fourteen hundred users received a mysterious video call it installed malware on their phones whether they answer the call or not what's up does it now knows who was behind this an Israeli cyber intelligence company called Nso what's that filed a complaint in US Federal Court against the company this week John railed in helped what's APP chase down people who were attacked. He's a senior researcher at Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto will there to discoveries here one is remained by citizen lab and the other discovery made by what's up talking about WHATSAPP for a second they had been looking into the possibility that weird things were going on the way that their APP connected calls and they found something and what they found was that a private spyware company had been deploying this technology for hacking telephones through whatsapp so that doesn't mean hacking what's at messages that means leveraging what's up to deliver a malicious payload what's out then enclosed of honorability and told the world about it then for the past several months citizen lab volunteered to work with what's APP to try to understand who was targeted can you name any of them the organizations or types of people or are you keeping mum on that what I can tell you is the victims included human rights defenders analysts investigating official corruption broadcast journalists working on international issues prominent women in multiple countries who are the victims of cyber violence in other words a WHO's who of the kind of people that authoritarian states a water bug if they get the ability to do so and were they being targeted in particular country ace or was it people all over the world it was people all over the world the cases that we're talking about today include targets in over twenty countries in for continents and what kind of country is their common theme to any of them I would say that the most common theme is actually among the victims which is these are people who have often pushed back against authoritarian or unaccountable official behavior and been rewarded by being targeted for it now what's that is accusing NSO group an Israeli based Cyber Intelligence Company of committing the attack who and what is NSO and who so group is firm that sells to governments they claim the ability to remotely Hack and monitor telephones they've been doing this for a while and for as long as they really have been active citizen lab and researchers at Amnesty International have been finding cases where they're powerful products get abused target members of civil society like human rights defenders and journalists the product that they sell that they're most well known for is something called Pegasus and assists is basically a technology for turning a telephone into your in your pocket into a spy in your pocket it can read your encrypted messages listen to your encrypted phone calls siphoned off your personal photographs and also do things like quietly activating the microphone where your phone is in your pocket now is it even legal for Anisa group to produce such technology will this is a great question and the world of companies like NSO that pedal this sort of spyware has this interesting and until yesterday quite unaccountable me which is on the one hand they claim the because they're selling to governments we should trust them at the same time when the products could abused they say well this was czar government customers during this don't look at us but they're quick to cite successes of course never with any detail naps lawsuit yesterday basically pierces that bubble and says first of all and so was directly involved in these cases and second of all you can't be on accountable if you sell this kind of power technology with this potential for for being used and abused how pervasive is this Pegasus Technology I mean how worried should we be I think we can assume that the actual use of this kind of technology although not spectacular is quite a bit larger than the companies would have us believe which would make us all extremely concerned John. Scott Raritan is a senior researcher at Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto thanks a lot
Study shows 2 life-saving treatments for Ebola in Congo
"Health workers are trying to control it with vaccinations but which experimental treatments are best to use hasn't been clear a study started last November and last week independent study monitors took a look at the first few hundred participants it fared they decided one of the drugs made by Regeneron pharmaceuticals clearly work better and the second developed by U. S. government scientist wasn't far behind John Scott
Apple recalls 15-inch MacBook Pro due to fire hazard
"Apple is recalling some macbook, pro laptops, batteries in the laptops can overheat. But recalled macbook pros have a screened that measures fifteen inches diagonally, and we're so between September twenty fifteen through February twenty seventeen in the US and Canada, starting at about two thousand dollars. Apple has received twenty six reports about over-heating including vibe reports of minor burns, one report of smoke. Inhalation macbook pro owners can check to see if their computer is recalled and of sewer eligible for a free battery replacement program. John, Scott
WhatsApp Security Flaw Could Allow Hackers To Install Spyware
"Platform, what's revealed a major security flaw that could have made it's one point five billion users vulnerable to hacks. The company announced that hackers targeted a flaw in WhatsApp software to gain access to users phones, the tools the hackers used reportedly bear resemblance to those developed by NS group in Israel, cyber firm that has been accused of providing tools to spy on journalists in human rights advocates. What's has not said if specific users were targeted or how many may have been compromised, Molly Roberts is an editorial writer covering technology and society for the Washington Post, and she's been covering the breach mulling nice to have you on the show. Thanks for having me. So what specifically were these hackers looking for? Well, it really depends on the government that was using the tools developed by initial group. But essentially what they were given access to. By just placing a call or video call to a WhatsApp number was the entirety of users phone, so they were given access to the microphone to the camera. And then from that they were able to take a look at a lot of it was on the device. So not only what that messages, and we're hearing that the attack has been linked to the NS group and Isreaeli cyber firm. What do we know about them? And why are people making that connection? So they're making that connection because the analysts have taken a look at this said that the aware has a similar digital footprint. What they've seen before from this group what we know is that this group was operating in secret until about twenty sixteen when their software was found on the phone of a now jailed human rights activist in the United Arab Emirates. And since then they've been a number of lawsuits active in raising alarms that they are providing the software to government and law enforcement agencies to spy. Bye on kind of whoever they want to spy on. So NS. Oh group says well, we are vetting these people for human rights concerns. We are ensuring that they're using it legitimately for law enforcement purposes, but it has been given to some questionable governments, including the including Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Morocco, some governments human rights records aren't really perfect. And so it's uncertain how they'll be using it once they have this off where they can kind of do what they want what our producers spoke to John Scott rail. Tin who's a senior researcher at citizen lab. And they're in academic investigative group at the university of Toronto. Let's take listen to what John had to say about NSO. Most recent case if indeed this is Dennis O is troubling. Because that no trickery is required. You can just target anybody with what's number. What does he mean by no trickery is required there? So what he means that we've all been told to look out for phishing attacks, we've been told not to click suspicious links or maybe even now to answer. Spacious numbers. What's particularly interesting about this attack? And particularly pernicious is that it's quote unquote, zero click attack you don't even have to answer. This phone call. These numbers were calling. They were coming from the strange location, the London human rights lawyer who noticed this was getting calls from Sweden. But then they'd hang up after about two rings and without him or anyone else who's been subject to these attacks doing anything the softwares able to gain access to the phones. Is there anything that people can do or are there any particular devices that are more that are safer than others? So people can do at least for the what's at Filner ability is downloaded updated version of what's at because what's up once. This was discovered worked frantically to patch. The problem and has announced that the problem has been patched. If you download an updated
"john scott" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"John Scott. The president has a Bose new terrorists on some two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese exports. Republican Senator David produce it's time for China to backup its promises to end number of unfair trade practices happened in the last year. Really is that rhetoric has slowed down a little bit. But their actions are still just as the fairy, frankly, the cyber warfare efforts, the stealing of technology and also the fourth transfer technology and all these economic joint ventures that were doing their produce hills. That Salem radio network. China has been getting away with major trade violations for more than ten years despite its membership in the World Trade Organization. Economists says the impact of the Terek high is small compared to a full blown trade war into full on trade were where we actually are texting all of the goods coming in from China, which is a possibility still that will really erode purchasing power across the economy, depending how long it lasts. If we go into something that's six months in tenure. You can easily regard. A recession in the US. And in China were now is that the talks have been suspended with no agreement special counsel, Robert Muller won't testify before the House Judiciary committee next week committee chairman Jerry Nadler, telling reporters Muller won't appear next week. But the talks are continuing that ler added he will appear at some point. And if necessary we will subpoena him Democrats had been aiming for may fifteenth appearance. The president is weak said he would leave it up to attorney general William bar to decide if Muller would appear Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes.
Texas Tech football player hospitalized after shooting at Lubbock apartment complex
"Authorities and school officials say at Texas Tech university football player was one of two people shot following an altercation. Lubbock police spokeswoman Tiffany pelts says the shooting happened around six pm Saturday at an apartment complex about one mile east of campus. Pelts shots were fired after a confrontation at the complex swimming pool. Texas Tech spokesman Matt doughty confirmed one of the people hospitalized with redshirt freshman defensive lineman. John Scott, the
Trump pulls nomination for ICE director
"John Scott. President Trump has withdrawn the nomination of his pick delete view as immigration and customs enforcement in a surprise move. The president said he was pulling Ron vitelle owes nomination different direction Ron too good, man. But we're going into tougher direction. We want to go into tougher directive Patillo is the acting director of ice and will remain in that capacity. He had been scheduled to travel with the president to California for a visit to the US
"john scott" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"John Scott. Are you an official says the United Nations expects that about nineteen passengers affiliated with the world organization run that Ethiopian Airlines jet that crashed outside a DC about on Sunday or one hundred fifty seven people on board were killed. The airlines has issued a list of crash victims that includes German, Austrian Russian Swedish Spanish Israeli, citizens and others. What are you? What Senator is warning Democrats about the very real dangers that could arise from anti semitic. Stereotypes Capitol Hill. Correspondent Bob Agnew reports. The house rejected a resolution that specifically condemned. Anti-semitism majority leader Mitch McConnell told the story that began in France back in two thousand six a Jewish man was kidnapped for ransom because criminals assumed his Jewish family had to be rich or the plot failed. And the man was killed mortars planted a tree in his honor earlier this month that tree was found chopped down. Just one example of a rise in anti-semitism in Europe in recent years of the heels of a massive influx of Muslim refugees. Well, Agnew Capitol Hill, also internal dot com. President Trump's top economists Persian Gulf concerns about rising budget deficits in slowing economic growth in advance of the release of the president's twenty twenty budget White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow is one way to deal with deficits is to ensure rapid growth. So the president's budget will keep those tax cuts in place. They believe the three percent growth rate of twenty eighteen will continue in two thousand nine hundred and beyond twenty twenty and so forth. I think the other element is always to limit spending. And the president is proposing roughly five percent across the board reduction in domestic spending accounts. It will be tout budget Google appeared on Fox News Sunday, the president will reportedly seek eight point six billion in his new budget to build the southern border wall. That requests seems likely to set up another.
"john scott" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Germany prosecutors. Find automaker. BMW nine point sixty six million dollars in lax oversight for installing defective engine software that led to excessive diesel emissions nearly eight thousand cards. Prosecutors say they found no evidence that the Munich-based carmaker committed fraud. However, they fall to the company for what it called insufficient. Quality control, the fine is small compared to the more than thirty one point one billion dollars in fines and settlements paid in the US and elsewhere by Volkswagen which admitted intentionally manipulating engine software. So diesel cars could pass emissions tests who responded, Jeremy house reporting the opioid crisis is spurring many states to consider taking a tougher stance against drug dealers, including creating laws that treat fatal overdoses as murder manslaughter or homicide. Morally stories at townhall dot com. I'm John Scott. Fathers brought forth upon this continent. A new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. I know not what cost others. Take me. The world one little note along remember what we say here. But it had never forget what they did here. What your country can do for you? What you can do Mr. girl, the tear down this wall. We will make America. Great again. This is America. First Wissam, bastion, Gorka. Well, the president is on his way to Vietnam for historic talks the second summit with the leader of North Korea on denuclearizing the peninsula and finally bringing peace to conflict that was simply put on ice in nineteen fifty three with the armistice the ceasefire in the Korean war history is being made the president is making history on a daily basis. Sometimes these things just don't get reported. They have an article here from life, news dot com. Did you know that the.
"john scott" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"To talk about what use it was like where it is now and just to learn like, I didn't know about what a promo man or woman does and some nice to honor people in the music business who aren't just the artist because it's a whole team. It's a whole family that makes it go round. So it's nice to hear your story. More people say to me, what would happen if you hadn't picked album. And I say, I don't know a well he could have been signed by another label, probably maybe or you could have broken the band up or he could have moved back to gains them or. Just nobody knows. No one knows. No one knows. And it's it's strange that people tell me that and. Think that? Wow. Yeah. It was definitely meant to be. It was meant to be was. Thank you so much for saying that. Yes. And do you guys are meant to be my wife income right now, we feel that. And we felt that way when you know, we went to Memphis to so it's just wild that here. It is coming back again. So thank you all this. Thank you, Tom. Thank you, John Scott, author of Tom petty and me, my rock and roll adventures, Tom petty, or thank you so much. Thank you so much. It means the world to me. This was seriously. The what a way to like finish our ear. What of uniform way to finish our year? I needed this today. I needed this this week this month. Thank you. So I did too. I needed to be honest with you. Well. Don't call ourselves the muses for nothing. You know? It's a shot of inspiration. A little bit of just keep on going passion. Thank you so much have a great evening, John. Thanks done. Do. Thank you so much. Alright. Rock and roll lease. That's it four today. And that's it for two thousand eighteen I hope that you like to our little conversation with John. I know that I sure enjoyed it. And I was just flying from it afterwards. I cannot wait to get my Canadian but out to LA and go have another conversation with John in person and to chat with all of the amazing and incredible people that we have talked to so far through the process of this podcast. I really want to sincerely thank everybody listening. Everybody contributing everybody sending and sharing kind messages on Instagram and Twitter and all that beautiful stuff. And I hope that two thousand nine brings you health and happiness. And a lot more rock and roll. If you want more music podcasts you can head over to rock and roll archaeology dot com. You can find all of the other shows like the art of rock with caution the rock and roll light, Brian and real rock on I tunes as well. And you can support our network by donating if you like to our patriotic. And that's it for now. My friends take good care lots of love from Shontayne links. And that's it goodbye. News and stop is produced by Sean tell them you ending solar all songs, it'd be found for purchase on itunes Spotify or Google play. Please purchase. He's great and important trial. Please isn't Roth a role archaeology dot com. For more information.
"john scott" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Mazing network. Rock more archaeology. We love you guys today. We have an incredible guest his name is John Scott. And you know, I don't know. But I think that there were some angels at work here. Because when I got the Email asking if I wanted to interview John Scott, the author of Tom petty and me, my rock and roll adventures with Tom petty. I was floored. I thought does this person know how much of a Tom petty and the Heartbreakers fan, I am and actually turns if she didn't and John's name could have been sent to any of the amazing music fans on on our network to have interviewed him, and I just feel so honored. And like he was really meant to be that he came to us and what an increase. Time we had interviewing him we got to ask him questions about what it was like being a promo man what it was really like the hind the scenes running around doing everything. And then of course, we got to ask him about those really special and intimate times getting to know, the one and only Tom petty. It's been really difficult since Tom has passed for me. And I know for a lot of people and. This was a really special way to sort of bring some things together. I know for me I've had a hard time. Speaking about Tom since his passing, and I had released an episode of just my thoughts, and my feelings, and since then I haven't said a whole lot. So it was really special to be able to share some things that I've learned and that I feel with John in him. I know that we have definitely found a kindred. So in this episode, John is going to tell us about some incredible experiences and times he spent with Tom petty and the Heartbreakers being on the road being a friend being a part of his family. And then he also tells us some incredible stories that you won't find in the book. So I really hope that you enjoy this last episode of two thousand eighteen I really hope that you go to Tom petty and me dot com and check out John by his book. Have given a copy to my brother. I have given a copy to my dad. It is just worth sharing. It's worth reading. It's worth enjoying whether you are a Tom petty Heartbreakers fan or not. But I mean, how can you not be it is just a fantastic read. And when I posted on Instagram that I couldn't wait to do this interview. People had replied, some people who knew John replied, he is the real deal. He is a fantastic, man. Just the positive words that were being said about this guy where we're outrageous, and you'll be able to tell that from the interview just what a beautiful heart. This man has. So have a wonderful holiday season. Everybody enjoyed this episode, and we'll see in two thousand and nineteen hailing I've ever dreamt of marrying a rockstar, of course, well for all of you out there who finally got your rocker to put a ring on it. Let.
Applebee's $1 Zombie Drinks Are Here Just in Time for Halloween
"That is the trailer from Iraqi man just released so it will detail the life in rise of Elton. John Scott, give me this kid's name again, Taryn Edgerton. Okay. That's his playing out and Johnson. You gotta wait comes out may thirty first of next year soon as you hear that co that coord- that note down soon as you hear it. You know, it's been in the right? Yeah. Just wanna make time
San Francisco, Bloomberg and Hawaii discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News
"Cancellations. In Coming days it depends on the severity of the storm the conditions of local airports and airlines comfort. Level operating in. And out of that location airlines do not want a strand passengers SFO operates twenty. Daily flights to Hawaii mostly to
"john scott" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Oh that's absolutely beautiful the john scott story movie coming out at some point as soon as the cast it and the fighting for fighting to make the cut john scott book did you write that ghostwriter i you know it's funny i had a ghostwriter and i feel bad saying this i didn't like anything he did so i pretty much wrote eighty five percent of it grammatically change it but he's a good guy you know he wasn't a hockey guy so i just kind of had to take take the reins but it's it's okay i think it's good check it out best team at you've ever had joe lorden brent burns those guys are unbelievable no clue hayler is soon they're awesome sharks does the beards on the short i do know them they have they got some they got some rockets their shot wrong for sure thorns of sky burns as a rocky oh yeah he's got a cane and i watch them in the playoffs right yeah almost broke the glass fucking guy was yup i like that guy what he's my favorite too i think guys yeah who's best player to ever play she it's tough i i played with against christie for like a cup of coffee i gotta say crosby just 'cause he was my generation but overall it's gotta be gretzky right i don't know crosby has it's it's harder to play nowadays was back then so i'll say crosby john i love what you did with leave us on a high note gentlemen look for the movie the junk scott story coming out go get the book fighting to make the cut by john scott it's actually written by john scott because he said the dose writer was he said he hated ryan whitney he's a legend hilarious human john we appreciate you so much all right guys hey man what fuck human being right there great scott great conversation with that dude great scott for his movies going to be good guy i suspected he didn't like gary bettman i didn't know he let it really did not it ride about which i love no ways going to get a gig with the national but he should he would make hockey better that guy that guy would make better he's a player he's entertaining he's funny was cool he's wide open i like them a lot showcasing personality would help hockey yes it could be relatable just a little bit because then you don't have your die hard fan just being a diehard vince and you open up to the casual fan as well you know what i mean gary bettman not an likable character today banner francis scott scott scott key for instance it is the national birthday next week in this is happening unbelievable you knew there was a scott in there somewhere the dumbest geos trying to say you up enough scott fitzgerald joke yeah felt her from the office from ted to did you watch it you should better than i liked it better than really better tattoo it was up to par that's a sequel comedy that does well by the way better but it's definitely worth watching for them this happen very often doesn't we just talked about that they're usually speak flop what's big old flop to act ghostbusters up like goes supposed to the first one are you kidding me no stop dra drastic world probably should've style aw that franchise not doing well at all rush hour two great movies right movie i would never say chris tucker jackie chan flop you put them in a screen they kill it's making before that's why i've heard their million number four right now they're going to director got caught up in some meat to stuff so what happened jackie can move could still move ho oh yeah yeah what is fighting karate guy yeah there's credit kid and here's chronic jackie chan guy he can do whatever fucking gently died bruce lee s same thing.
"john scott" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Need to come john what are we gonna see you on tv is this going to happen soon i'm actually working on a tv show i got a movie coming on busy guy so hopefully soon the hockey thing i'm trying to be a color guy in one of my former teams that's what i'm trying to work my way in so we'll see what movie shift the john scott story hello that's that's my style i usually know nothing coming here i used that john played hockey exactly what i heard the john scott story so that's your life of being wait i saw this fight something what's the name there's a clever name fighting to make the cut that's my book there it has movie that we don't have a title yet we got a decent director couple of actors signed on we're just trying to figure out who's gonna play me so it's it's oh why can't you play herself eminem did it an md linate mile yeah he's very talented do you shortlist guys who you want to play you questions apprai question time yeah they got a couple of guys we try to get vince vomit i guess it didn't work out i think they're trying to get aquaman now who jason momoa who yeah huge human guy vinnie chase not my funny i'm open to being your movie i don't know if you need any little six foot tall white guys but i mean i'm a spark plug of a man i can't ice skate so i can't be on the ice but something yeah was it many wake guy so what if it was that the you either ruined it for vince vaughn i don't know is ryan whitney a muppet i like what i don't know he's he's a great deal is there anybody you fought back in the day that you're like you know what this is a bad ass dude or is like there are people that you fear fighting like you have to prepare for fight ice whenever you're an enforcer in hockey like okay we're playing this team i have to prepare if not only hockey games going to happen but i'm gonna sue them and have to fight said name here there was there any guy that you like kept you up at night or anything like that all that happened all the time it's funny you prepare more for the fights than a hockey game when you when you're a fighter because that's you have to fight this massive man and there's guys like six six to fifty and like i don't know brian mcgrath and always kept me up steve mcintyre and those guys were legit like tiller so you would see them on the schedule week down the road and he would just start to get nervous when you watch you.