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"korea telecom" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"korea telecom" Discussed on Geek News Central

"I don't get twenty five down in in and i'm paying eighty bucks for it. Almost ninety after-tax mike soft edges. Getting not here but at the at the house here my bills close to two hundred microsoft edge is getting in performance mode to improve ram cpa battery usage. So they're testing out this new performance mode the new motives available for some testers using the microsoft edge canary version of the browser as he may debated testing on the edge so This may prove good for cpu usage. Battery life on chromebooks. No excuse me on proving on chrome performance not chromebooks. Yep i'm running out of gas. I'm sorry Let's see here. We talked about clubhouse getting the round of funding. also interesting from wordpress. Wordpress is going to treat google's new f. l. o. c. called flock as a security concern. Google new flock tracking technology as a security concern. Wordpress announced that plan on treating dukes google's new block tracking technology security concern to block it by default. On wordpress sites. Wordpress has joined the growing list of creator. A browsers and search engine that refuse implement google flock in their content. He says there's a proposal wordpress org title treat flock as a terrible idea which knows it. Placing people in groups based on their browsing. Habits is likely to facilitate employment housing and other types of discrimination as well as predatory targeting of unsophisticated consumers with wordpress having forty one percent of the web. They think that this would be a very very big impact against google As our writer has done john she says personally liked it. Wordpress presses interested in protecting its users from google's flock. I've been using wordpress. My personal blog for years is really nice to know that we're presses taking preemptive steps in your google cannot inflict flock on wordpress sites. So that's jen weighing in on the article on geek news central. So be one to take a look at that. All you gotta do is go to the website. It's the lead story of their of right now. All right apple's co founder and postscript co creator. Charles geschke is dead at eighty one mathematician massive figuring digital publishing lives on in every pd app so Adobe said were deeply santa share that her beloved co founder. Dr chuck geschke passed away. Chuck was a hero guiding light for so many of us in the technology industry. He leaves an incredible mark on her company in the world. So eighty-one doesn't say what he died. From but I think we every time when i opened. Pdf's daily and it's got his fingerprints on it so Quite a legacy there. Here's a new went. Sony's flavor graph uses artificial intelligence to predict which ingredients will pair together it combines about flavors molecules and recipes from the past so this is interesting a is gone into game. Self-driving another areas with mixed success in trying his hand at cooking sony developed the deep learning system called flavor. Graph used to pair a ingredients like garlic olives and milk. I'm not an olive fan at all but If your foodi you cannot can check this out but it is no. The researchers didn't yet discovered anything extraordinary citing caviar and white chocolate sample that but the flyer flavor graph is a starting point develops and we get even better representation of food. We should discover more and more intriguing pairings of ingredients as well as new substitutes for ingredients that either unhealthy or unsustainable team wrote so Salt and pepper steak only k. That's all you need for and sometimes just pepper and not much saw. Just a dash so south korea telecom. Sat's linked up with young in severance hospital to commercialize and play facility roaming robots that minimizes the need for face to face contact thus supporting reduced. Kobe transmission so The saints going to walk around and check on you roll around in check on you and They're using five g to do that but a lot of hospitals are using robots. Where you just basically talk to another human on a computer screen so Anyway little tidbit for the end of the show all right. I'm.

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"korea telecom" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica

AstroC?bala C?smica

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"korea telecom" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica

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"korea telecom" Discussed on Esports Minute

Esports Minute

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"korea telecom" Discussed on Esports Minute

"E Sports network is looking for new sponsors. I think you've heard this group before but if you work for a company looking to expand its reach into Esports Esports name is opportunities across digital media podcasting and video programs. Please reach out to e-sports network CEO Mark Kimmitt using the email in the bio of this show now into the episode ten years a hell of a long time and he sports that's the length of time League of Legends has existed only a handful of these Sports organizations have roots that far back which is why the renewal of the Alienware and Team Liquid Partnerships. It's in very unique home territory. The two Brands been working together for ten straight years liquid is one of the oldest e Sports organizations that exist in the West after being created in the year two-thousand with a focus on Starcraft dead. And the renewal of this partnership isn't a shock to anyone that's not reporting here liquid is Brandon both of its facilities with alien worse name and the two brands are clearly locked into a mutually beneficial relationship. But it highlights a sports is growing some really strong roots with more growth on the horizon. These are Major Brands and they aren't going anywhere at this point actual e sports games will come and go the organizations are they need to be flexible and they're going to continue evolving alongside gaming culture when it comes to some of these long-term relationships. There are a few that stand out G Fuel and FaZe Clan are one is they're coming up on nine acres of their partnership. Another one is Evil Geniuses and Monster Energy, they'll celebrate their tenth year anniversary in April of this year. I asked Twitter four more examples of Partnerships of this length and dexterity was Adam Fitch point out the longest-running of all brand Partnerships at least in the west, which is Intel and e s l the two Giants been working together on events. Like I am for 18 years now. United's director of marketing was the one who pointed out EG and Monster Energy and even highlighted a tweet in 2011, which gave it a clear start date. You might notice I fit in in the west a few times in this show and that's because of these Sports organizations in Asia are often started by companies themselves, and I wasn't really sure how to qualify that some like KT rolster which is tied to a Korean Telecom company have basically been a sponsored partner for twenty-three years now after being founded in nineteen, ninety seven another good example would be South Korea Telecom as Katie as it's come to be known. The organization has a branded the T1 Sports entertainment. But SKT, the company is still a partner of the Esports organization. So it gets a little muddied Waters when we look at some of the teams in Asia just because they're foul companies themselves. So does that count? I don't know it's a toss-up, but it's worth mentioning of course and really the reason I wanted to highlight these long-running Partnerships is cuz it's truly an incredible achievement and hopefully we see more and more FAQ. Full band Partnerships pop up in this space that will drive investment and revenue to Esports organization as well as creating just really classic brand Partnerships that people come to know and life Sports has a lot of these especially soccer where you have a bunch of Premier League clubs that have had similar brand names on their jerseys for very long periods of time. It's all for some sort of the Esports minute. There's a new episode of The Gamer hour tonight at 9 Eastern 6 Pacific time. They'll.

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"korea telecom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"korea telecom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You every quarter hour on Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia, But we mentioned that Bitcoin pulled back a little after soaring up to 28,000 yesterday. Yeah, the crypto currency is trading now. Right around 26,880. So just a little bit of a modest pullback there, and also that Alabama stabilized in the U. S session. Eight ers, they're traded up 2/10 of 1%. And we'll be looking at the Asian markets because we had a pretty torrid sell off in tech yesterday, it was ah, very interesting day they hang sang Tech index down for a quarter percent, whereas the Hang Seng Index was just down 3/10 of 1% and most of the rest of the region was down. So this morning, the major inputs the House voting to replace the $600 stimulus payments in the new pandemic legislation with $2000 checks and also the House voting to override President Trump's veto of Defense policy bill, probably neither of those really affecting markets all that much because of the implications for markets and also that the Senate will will likely not make that same movement of 600 up to 2000. We'll keep a close eye on it for you. What we do. See this morning is the Nikkei up 9/10 of 1%, Theus, Sex and Sydney is rallied about 8/10 of a percent as well on the Cosby Has picked up about 3/10 of 1%. The dollar is little weaker here down 2/10 of a percent. That's bullish for assets here, Dolly in 103 73, and we've got the euro trading a dollar 20 to 31. Couple of other quick notes Goldman Sachs, raising its predictions for first quarter GDP because of this boost in stimulus, and the DAX in Germany also sort of a record. We have Treasuries dipping little right now. The yield on the 10 year 93 basis points 19 minutes past the hour, and Baxter has news in San Francisco. It Yeah, it looks like you're right, Brian about the markets, figuring out that the Senate's not going to go for the The boost to $2000. Politically, though that and especially the House override of the veto of his defense policy bill have pull a vast political implications. This is a large defeat for Mr Trump. House Republicans had to turn against him on this and you don't know what's going to happen in the Senate. Because the Senate on this the vote was overwhelmingly in favor of it, and Mr Trump just went right up in the face of Republicans, including Mitch McConnell. So the veto override something to really watch politically. The House giving bipartisan support to boosting the relief checks to 2000 House Republicans voted against leadership. There is well so that has this is really an interesting day politically on day, Senator David Perdue had called Mr Trump on Christmas Day to plead with him to sign the bill, saying it was hurting his chances to win the Senate. Special runoff in Georgia. So Mr Trump is not going quietly. President Elect Joe Biden says his teams they're flat out being blocked from getting transition information from the Department of Defense and up on the Bloomberg terminal. A very interesting story that, says Kim Jong UN Is much more dangerous now heading out of the Trump administration that he was going in. Even after all the sanctions in San Francisco I met Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Julia. Thanks so much and let's get back to David Ivan. See Io of Copernic Global investors on the line for us from Tampa, Florida. We've got their careers cost be trading at record's Fidelity yesterday, saying Very positive on select tech stocks, particularly in South Korea and Taiwan. On I noticed one of your top picks as well is careers version of Arise on, Tell us about that. Certainly as interesting how six months ago Correa was very, very cheap. Now it's started to run, but it's still we like to look at what is a Their value for a phone company. And you could look it on earnings or look at the value per customer of the fire. You name it. If we look at Korea Telecom versus Verizon and both cases we see good, Cos we c try up, Elise. We see world class technology. We see an industry was the last thing that people are gonna let go their cell phone service, and yet we could buy Korea Telecom and a big discount the book value versus no tangible book for Verizon. A single digit P versus double digit for arise and nice dividend for both, So we like the fact that we can get equivalent company for a much, much cheaper price by being willing to invest in in Korea. Are you looking at all as well in Taiwan as well, for some of these, you know, building blocks for processing, power and storage. We don't have a lot in Taiwan right now that we are always looking across the whole world. And so we've been Finding a lot of things in Korea, Of course, but in Brazil and Russia and amnesia way look a good companies and look for whichever place in the world, maybe still in the middle discount to what they're worth. All right. We're talking gold earlier. The commodity itself. But let's talk about some of your picks in this space as well Sent. Terror is gold producing company that operates in a number of Countries that's on your list. You want mass gold. There's a lot of reasons to lie, but gold in the ground is valued even cheaper. Where is gold's about where it was back in 2011. Gold stocks are a lot cheaper. We turned elect Cos legs and terror that have lots of reserves. People have not been finding much gold for the last few decades, and so owning a lot of gold, we think is a big advantage. The company's been pretty smart. They've got a good mind in Kurdistan for a long time, and that continues to do pretty well for them that they've been pretty opportunistic about buying properties in Canada while back they have properties in Turkey. They're for interesting. So we have a lot of companies like that. One that have lots of gold in the ground and should be producing for many years. Producing for many years is important because there's good reason to think the price ago could go higher. And so long live reserves gives you a lot of optionality for free. It's not a question that we ask a lot, but it's sort of coming up a lot recently. And that is whether or not people are looking at Bitcoin because there's some pretty bold calls out there. Are you looking at the crypto space, it'll It's a very interesting space when you have Keeley Infinity here, and people are printing Fiat currencies across the world. We understand why people are looking for more reliable stores of value. So there's a lot to like Bitcoin, however, were Bitcoins got.

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"korea telecom" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"korea telecom" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

"They must be able to deliver it every American in the country. Even even the Federal Express ups Amazon. Those a lot of them are using postal service for that last mile because they don't want to service those those areas so. If without the government infrastructure. The. It'd be possible. One I think what's what's really important for people understand is you'll let's look at things based on proven models? As I mentioned earlier. South Korea South Korea's number one because of its government. It's not number one because it had like the more Innovative Korea Telecom entity. It's because there's been an active government effort to make sure that infrastructure got to where it is today, and to the extent that's we think there's a proven model that. The government's absence results in universal competitive affordable networks. That doesn't exist planet earth I. I have no country. I have no krige point of it that it has proven. That's true but did you have dozens of countries that prove the opposite is true. which is you know South Korea I think top of the list. All right so as we're wrapping up here. Tell us what what kind of things that we've talked about. What's going on right now? In California U Utah and other places where like get your crystal ball out? What do you see happening in the next three to five years in this space? What are the what are the possible ways this could go? What's what's what's coming up on horizon? So you know the elections, a big deal in in terms of like how policy gets made, but I think there's a growing recognition regardless of which political parties running the process because you look at what the Federal Communications Commission doing now with the rules of Velma Opportunity. Fund so this is like the the current existing money. That's out there. It's about twenty billion dollars. That's a big deal. It's not enough, but it's a big deal in the sense of IT Makes Progress A. A pretty substantial amount of progress in a lot of places, and it's in one of the key decisions of the FCC aid. Which I was, I was worried. They weren't GonNa make, but they did a lot of the wireless companies. Were you know I think probably driven by eighteen primarily who are saying you should allow wireless to count for your high-capacity networks in in the market, trying to play and the AFC said no, it has to be fixed wire. You'll fixed. wireline services which.

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"korea telecom" Discussed on 7 Layers

7 Layers

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"korea telecom" Discussed on 7 Layers

"We explore a different layer of the technology that connects our world from the literal wires in the ground to switches and routers and all the way up to the exploiting amount of smart devices that surround us. I'm your host Connor Craven Studios Associate Editor at Sdn Central in our last episode. We gave the basics. What five G is and how it works. It is a complex multi-faceted and according to the Central Editor Matt Capco a considerably over hyped technology. This week is the second in a two part series of five G. Networks in this episode. We're going to answer the questions. What is the current satisified networks? What are some five use cases and Howard telecoms going to monetize five G. following that we are joined by the president of Five G. America's Chris Pearson to discuss the five G. Market and use cases? G America's is a five G. dedicated industry trade organization made up of telecommunication service providers and manufacturers is impossible to deploy a mature G. Network. All at once. Has He talked about in the previous episode. Five years really out in stages as such the five G. Deployment Status of every major telecommunications company Telekom is in constant flux across the globe telecoms are racing to build better five G. networks to play them fester improve out the modernization model in this section. I'm going to look at a few countries. Telecom sector leading the charge including China South Korea the United Kingdom Germany and the United States. While this is not a comprehensive list of every country in telecom developing five G. networks. It will give you a good overview of the global landscape and general state of deployments in trials and be sure to check the episode transcript for links to resources for those of you who really want to fall down the rabbit hole of five. G. Market landscapes as of this recording. Only one of these countries mentioned has auctioned off the high frequency millimeter wave spectrum. This is significant because the military spectrum is the frequency range newest five G. networks provides high in dense urban areas plans by the other countries in the list to do so in early twenty. Twenty it disrupted by the Cova. Nineteen pandemic which country has completed their action. Well you'll just have to listen to find out. Let's start with China. According to the Chinese state run news agency Shenhua. China launched the world's largest G. Network on October thirty first two thousand nineteen this is significant because according to analysts at the firm Jefferies as well as GSM a the number of people in China subscribe to five G. will grow from one hundred ten million to six hundred million between twenty twenty and twenty twenty five. That would equate to about forty percent of the entire global five market in twenty twenty-five the largest possible because the three largest Chinese network operators China Mobile China Unicom in China Telecom agreed to cooperate in building Vijay Infrastructure China Unicom and China. Telecom are also sharing bands of five G. frequency spectrum. Let's go a little deeper cooperation between the three on building infrastructure. Each of the telecoms were responsible for deploying. A portion of the total number base stations needed to hit the mark of the largest five-day network collectively three telecoms deployed almost eighty six thousand. Five G base stations as of November twenty nineteen. Because the three work together on this the time it took to have the largest network was reduced entering China into the five G. Race however as of this recording they have yet to utilize the high frequency millimeter wave spectrum. A key element of five G. networks. The rapid ramp-up of infrastructure was accomplished despite the efforts to hamper China's spivey progress from the United States and other countries as Chris Nicholl a principal analysts that he g was quoted in an SEC. Central article quote any other time. I would say that this effort in China is really pushing the five G. development forward globally but with the Chinese vendors being hampered in the global market Nokia Ericsson. Samsung are buffered in the United States against Y and Z. T he added. I'm still hearing reports. That hallway is about a year ahead of the other vendors in key areas such as massive multiple input multiple output antennas in radio performance. But the are behind on V. Ran. So you need to pick your position on leadership and quote. China may have the largest five G. Network South Korea may have the most advance according to a December twenty nineteen report from open signal the network performance of both escape telecoms in Korea Telecom's five networks surpassed five G. networks in nearly all other countries for example escaped telecom at the time of the open signal report had download speeds of sixty nine point eight megabits per second L. G. You plus and Korea Telecom the other telecoms reviewed had download speeds of forty eight point one and forty seven point three megabits per second respectively. Moreover both providers have portions of their networks. That are on five G. standalone infrastructure. In case you've forgotten from last episode of five Stanley Infrastructure is one that does not rely on four G. Network infrastructure. All of this is being done without millimeter wave frequencies as they have not been auctioned off by the South Korean government beyond the technical aspects. South Korea also lease land market adoption. South Korean customers have been buying five network services more than any other country according to research from IHS Market Publishing September. Twenty nineteen stores could not keep five G. capable devices in stock in South Korea additionally. Ihs Market reported that it only took sixty nine days for South Korea's five G. providers to reach one million five G. subscribers citing the greater variety of phones leading to a more rapid growth of the five G. market between nineteen reports summary South Korea's.

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"korea telecom" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"korea telecom" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The request as part of Congress's oversight duties, but Republicans say there are privacy concerns. They accused Democrats of weaponising the tax code. Of course, President Trump broke with decades of tradition by refusing to release the income tax filing saying he's under audit and his returns are too complex for people to understand them Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax, he's asked prosecutors to investigate sexual assault allegations to women have made against him speaking at a news conference Wednesday. Fairfax again said the sexual encounters were consensual these allegations truth would be incredibly serious because they are not true, however, air incredibly hopeful to me, and my family, and my reputation, I do not believe that national television appearances or legislative theories the right vehicles to get some station Ozzy allegations does not make them truth. I voluntarily. Submitted to a polygraph test, by nationally respected calligrapher with regards. The allegations of each accuser, I've passed each of those tests, all very I tried today aren't providing the full report of the polygraph experts before to the public second also described further below my attorney has at my direction with the prosecutors in Boston Massachusetts and in Durham, North Carolina. Launch investigation of these allegations. And I've offered his full cooperation I will answer any and all questions, and I'm willing to do so under oath and under penalty of Vanessa Tyson in Meredith Watson level their accusations against Fairfax in February both have indicated a desire to testify before. State lawmakers who could impeach Fairfax. South Korea's telecoms turned on super fast five g mobile internet networks abruptly ahead of schedule that in an attempt to ensure the country became the first in the world to launch the services. So was it South Korea or the US? Well, south three is carriers. Went live at eleven pm. Wednesday reportedly hours.

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"korea telecom" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"korea telecom" Discussed on This Week In Google

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12:42 min | 3 years ago

"korea telecom" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Castro Delaney, Gabon Gila bardo Jada. Warren Yang leads the list of the US Democrats who have so far said that they're running for the presidential nomination in two hundred twenty two which list we can now add Kamala Harris seen as a rising star. She was attorney general for California before she became a Senator as women of color with the Lauren Justice background is great interest in her but water at chances patt Morrison has covered her career. Pat is an opinion columnist at the L A times. So what makes Harris stand out as a candidate woman of color? I think is what attracts a lot of attention Californian will divide people in several directions. Of course. And the fact that she's a United States Senator she has been very aggressive in questioning supreme court nominees in other nominees to the Trump cabinet that has raised her profile substantially in spite of the fact that she's only been in the Senate. For two years, right? And what sort of bells therefore will? She ring when when sort of vaguely interested Americans right across the country here the name again what sort of tone? Does it strike? I think the tone. She wants to strike is one of inclusion she chose this day. Martin Luther King holiday to make her announcement for the presidency. So what's going to distinguish her her background? Of course, her mother is Indian her father Jamaican, they were civil rights activists when they met she herself has been the product of what is a very cutthroat sense of politics in the bay area. The bay area of California has produced very high profile successful. Democrats democratic women Senator Dianne Feinstein Representative Nancy Pelosi and out of that crucible where you had to fight fellow Democrats to make your way to make yourself known. She's been very successful. Right. Former attorney general obviously, very high profile for the state of California as well. What does the law enforcement records say about her? What what kind of a figure was she? And how will she deal with that take advantage of it or maybe be attacked on that basis as well? I think both of those things are very likely to happen. Hugh course, like many candidates has written an autobiography about that. She has done. She liked to think of herself as a prosecutor who brought some humanity and some understanding to some very severe sentencing laws that are still on the books in California. But at the same time, the progressives in the party, some of them are looking at scans at her just because she was a prosecutor in California being an attorney general is often the pathway to becoming governor. And there was a lot of buzz several years ago at that's what Kamla Harris was looking for. But now aspirations are reaching higher. And of course, the scrutiny is going to be more intense about her record as a prosecutor, you mentioned some of the the the signifies that that she can use being a woman of color, the law enforcement background. Obviously the fact that she's a woman candidate as well. But also in there. Is the simple fact that she's a Californian. That's great, California. How does that play? Elsewhere. Well, it's California is a very successful state a very democratic state and the state that aggravated Donald Trump because it gave Hillary Clinton a margin of victory of nearly three million votes. And so obviously, it's a reliable democratic state. But for all those reasons and many others, California is still seen as the price from the nineteen twenties. The lands of fruits and nuts. And as a consequence you're going to have a lot of Americans who look scancen, anybody from California. Who is the democrat is not Ronald Reagan who is not Richard Nixon in the much more distant past and say, well, come on, you know, who they have out there. They have those crazy people it is much harder for Democrats and for Republicans from California to establish reputations. Well, remember Arnold Schwarzenegger. The governor of California Republican. So we've seen so successful that there was a buzz about changing the constitution to allow him. It was not born in this country to run for president. It's not that kind of support for democratic candidate. And certainly California's reputation as I said a data reputation when here we are an extremely successful state and economy bigger than the entire country of Russia. None of that's to be sneezed at. But that's not the note. That's not the game. It's going to be played against comma, Harris, and any other California to might choose to run Morrison opinion columnist at the LA times looking at the prospects, and the background and credentials as well of Kamala, Harris, let's get down with Matthew and a wonderful performance from the man who knocked out Roger Federer at the Australian Open tennis. We're talking about Greece's Stefanos pass who's through to the semifinals at just twenty years old after a strong and stylish four sets win over Roberto Battista good on court now, the first of the women's singles quarter-finals Annastasia pavilion chunk of against Daniel Collins and Pavley chunk of has won the first set six to your football headlines. Former Ghana star Kevin print spotting has joined boss Alana on loan from his Italian club. Sesame us, no defender. Hector Beller in will miss the rest of the season. After scans confirmed. He's ruptured his cruciate, ligaments, the two final places at the Asian Cup will be decided later South Korea telecom behind Qatar meteorologist on Monday, the hosts Pitcairn Gaston, defending champions strategy needed penalties to get pastas, Becca, STAN and Japan sneak three with an narrow one nil. Win over Saudi Arabia, and the I AA athletics governing body has cleared forty two Russian athletes to compete as neutrals later today. The world anti doping agency will reveal if Russia will face any more sanctions for the delay in access to that database. We will talk about that in a half an hour. Matthew. Thank you. Now fake news is back will ban is here. And we're not the fake news, by the way. Today's the messaging service said what's up trying to tackle the public tennis? Yeah. That's right. Connie to what is announced his limiting its members to folding on any single message just five times at from the twenty times, you can forward something now, and that's important because increasingly they say what's been happening is people been joining these big groups of context of up to kind of two hundred and fifty people strong, and then forwarding these messages, which as you can imagine kind of accelerates pretty quickly how that information gets around the world, and how it seen, and it doesn't break disastrous consequences. Well, for example, in India where the best you've been trying this John tackle the promotion. Come lynchings sparked by bogus information spread on. What's up Melissa Baso is from Cambridge University? She's been researching the spread of fake news on WhatsApp in particular. And she gave us her view on. Today's announcement the discount clampdown was being rolled out worldwide. Especially in developing countries, what's up is used in a very different manner. So it's primarily used as a personal messaging app, but it is also a form of social network. What's up? Has a limitation of just about two hundred fifty members per group. However, thousands of groups can exist at any given time dedicated to any given topic. So what we see around the world, especially in developing countries is that they are group's dedicated to political candidates or parties of social movements, but also to sports and entertainment and that kind of area so one would be able to forward to hundreds of groups if one is part of hundreds of groups and within a Nata of seconds, really reach out to thousands of people what we can see with other social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, for example, is that they can pose content meditation on the stuff that is shared online. However, what's up is very proud of its encryption in the sense that it's entered encrypted so many the sender and the receiver of the message can receive and read the message, and what's up has no access whatsoever. To these messages. This is great. In the sense that for private conversations, it's but at the same time, it is very difficult to detect where and how the spread of misinformation occurs within this app. It is not really a long term solution. The sense that it won't necessarily solve the fundamental problem about it. We will merely with this attempt. Slow down the process of forwarding misinformation, that's minister basil from Cambridge University. Well, Ben, thank you very much. Right. We tried to shield you from Brexit. Not important. It's Jillian potent. At the moment. Let's have a look at the front page of the papers. Dozens of ministers ready to quit over Brexit may Prime Minister Theresa may rules out second voters threat to social cohesion and Corbin leader of the opposition box plan for a second referendum lots of developments following on. Of course, the record defeat in a vote in parliament last week and also returned to parliament yesterday. Web broadly message was I'm going to keep on trying plan B is planning a again, let speak to our British political. Correspondent rob Watson. Who's on the line? Rob welcome back. Once again, what's been the response to plan B. Lawrenson? Hello. And Hello everybody is about to have a little joke with your own say I've seen a overnight. The Brexit crisis has been solved. You have to establish Huma. Sometimes. Well, I think that the response to Theresa May's plan. Thinks she's she's lost a certain amount of goodwill among MP's who are hoping that plan. Clam bay might slow just a teeny tiny bit of difference to plan. But of course, it doesn't plans right? Dense ical apart from a promise to work on some of the bits that are unpopular with MTA's. But I guess I would draw the following three brief conclusions number one. It shows. You Theresa May as mentally stubborn. I think number two it shows you she believes that her plan is the least worst option on Brexit. Number three. I think it also shows that she's pretty cynically trying to run down the clock. Because while I was waiting for you guys. I just went looks back at my Dari. I mean, the original meaningful vote was supposed to be should have been seven weeks ago on her Dale and actually nothing has changed. So it does make you think maybe she is hoping that the clock will put pressure on MP's tobacco unloved deal. So plan b is a plus. Yes. Definitely. Listen, take us gently through all these parliamentary maneuvers because now the issue is the government's facing a lot of trouble getting its plan through. So the attention has turned to parliament and MP's are trying to come up with what are they trying to do? They're trying to hedge what the government does they're trying to take the government's place. What's going on trying to do two things? So the first thing as as to present to try and see if that's something that I M Pei could agree on which is an alternative to Theresa May still because nobody likes it very much. The second thing that trying to do as much more to do with who's got the power. So a group of MP's are trying to say, let's say Theresa May hasn't got a deal agreed by the end of February parliament should be able to stop Britain crashing out of the European Union without to deal. That's basically what they're up to new ideas and trying to make sure that's reason they can't crash Britain at the right? Okay. And is that going to be an ugly fight? And what's the next? Date to watch. When are we next to be in a tent on college green room? Okay. That's easy. If you go diarrhea. Okay. Probably Wednesday morning and Tuesday morning because the votes will be next Tuesday. But you asked whether the, you know, this was going to be ugly. I mean mate it's already immensely. I mean, it couldn't get any uglier than this. I mean, this is a full blown political crisis and actually one of the few things Theresa May has got going for because the the MP's will think Dale is rubbish can't agree on an alternative someone to second referendum. Someone's a softer version of Brexit. I mean, it's mayhem down. What can I say? Rob listen look forward to seeing if next week maybe talking to you next week, rob Watson, British political correspondent now in Kellyanne FRANZ just a few years ago. Asylum-seekers in makeshift camps were trying to get to Britain in their tens of thousands today. That figure has plummeted estimates suggest some two thousand people gathered on the other side of the channel hoping to make the dangerous journey over to England. Many attempting the journey by boat Iranian refugees, and our reporter Andrew Hoskin has been in Kelly speaking to some of them. You don't have to be an expert in sea navigation to realize just how dangerous it is to try and cross the English channel in a small boat on a blustery day.

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