21 Burst results for "Loic"
"loic" Discussed on Darknet Diaries
"Story is about a young man name. Cameron or Cam for Short Malone's Com live in Gloucester in him but cam grew up in the picturesque area of Cornwall in England. It's in the bottom left corner of England sort of like the toe of the country. I'm sure you've seen pictures of Cornwall. It's a quiet area. Lots of farms all about there's some beautiful cliffs there and fishing boats that come in and out of the port. It's extraordinarily beautiful part of England or when I just learned. There's a massive. Hq satellite dish. Installation in Cornwall. It's there to collect signals intelligence to do mass eavesdropping. It's called Cube. You'd if you WANNA look it up but that's totally unrelated to the story now. When Cam was fourteen he got a PS three a playstation. He loved playing video games on it. Things like modern warfare call of duty or cod for short and lots of other online first person shooters but ended up support morals like trying to be competitive. And all those good as adults may get straight with being being trying to find like cheat Zimmer glitches And then I'd see cheating and catching against may be trained so that on the next level again trying to compete with them. He made a few people upset as he played modern warfare. Either from winning talking. Trash or using cheats and some people got mad at him for this and said. Hey stop or I'll knock you off. Line and cams like yeah whatever and just kept playing but lo and behold he did get kicked off the game but not only that the Internet was down for his whole house Fourteen year. Old Cam was intrigued by this. I was kind of like access to hire someone to me of Lionel disconnected from you and from from this odd. When you've already been downloading cheat to play your favorite game. It's not far of a stretch to take it to the next level and learn how to boot someone right off the internet entirely and Cam had researched some options and was ready for revenge. An appointment trying at the box star. Good old loic low extends for low orbit ion cannon. It's an application you put on your computer and it has the capability to send millions of packets to whatever Ip address. You WanNa send it to you which can flood that users. Internet connection so bad that they can't get to anything online kind of like causing a massive traffic jam right in someone's driveway so they can't like pull out or going where this is called a denial of service attack or Dos. Because you're jamming up someone's internet so bad they don't get service. Kim loaded up loic and was ready to fire at an Ip to knock it offline. But there's one big problem. How do you find the Ip of a certain player in the game? This is quite a challenge because without the IP. Loic just won't do anything the game itself does not show you the IP address of your opponent's specifically for this reason to keep them safe from dos attacks on from people wanting to know more about you. So Cam devised a plan. His plan was to send his victim a link to a website that he had control over so from there. He then capture his victims. Ip Address which you then put into loic and fire away but still how do you get your endgame opponent to? Click your link on as as basically like a make then you send a copy of what you're doing this love or something to make them. Click on the link pretty clever by telling his opponent that he caught him doing something and to click this link to see what it was that was enough to get them to click it and once they did see their. Ip Address visited his website any copy and paste that Ip Loic. Though and La Mam address. He's put it in just hit a new type in fifty three or been asked for the best way to get about or the less you can make a block with these online shooter Games win. Two opponents see each other. It's kind of like a game of who can draw their weapon fastest and have better aim and since. Cam could slow down the opponent's Internet connection. They might not see cam for just half a second after camp saw them which is called lagging in an online game. And this would be enough just for CAM to outdraw them and kill them. It makes them still my screen by this match from the videogames of then I could kill them unless you they come back but not in corner that he says that a few times he would talk trash in the game. People would message him. He'd keep talking trash and then they'd take it to a one versus one match and that's when he'd hit them with a cannon and make them lag or disconnect which might not sound like a big deal. But let me tell you. If you're in the middle of a heated argument with some fourteen year old kid online and you decide to battle him one on one just to show him how bad he is and lag exactly five seconds into the game starting only come back and see that you're dead on the screen would meet you furious. You'd say go again and the game was start again and just at the worst possible time you would lag again and die and you'd say go again and again you would lag diane just get increasingly upset and to the point you might just punch your own keyboard and scream and all that would be really funny to cam overall on the video game things not be in them because like that's like hundred yet missing the Nevada But on the grand scale of everything that went on Yukon trump them thus catalogued out like this isolation from made by yet videogame. I'm just completely trump beauty so I went. This was cool but it still required people to click that link to get their Ip not everyone would click it so we thought up ways to improve this. He figured out when players compete against each other on some three games they directly connected to each other's PS threes and didn't go through like some central server or something and this is known as peer to peer connections. Yeah Wapiti Field. The generation consoles so knowing this. He realized that all his opponents. Ip addresses were actually routing through the network in his house which meant if he could look at what I p's were connecting to his. Ps three he might be able to figure out. Who's Ip was? Who's so he unplugged US BS. Three plugs it into a computer to be in line of the PS three which could then sniff all the traffic. That was going through it. Then he'd watch all the Ip addresses connecting to his Pius three in the game in these games he would play. Some people would be able to divorce chat and talk with each other so he would do. Clever things like mute. Everyone except the one person he wanted to know their Ip everyone else for one person as a significantly more traffic on from one person to the author of the Mugshot. Clever Kid Because with this he could start matching in game names to the IP addresses since that person talking simply had more traffic coming over it than any other. Ip's all our through lower and when you're fourteen year old kid doing this kind of stuff. Your friends think it's funny and when you're just learning from things like youtube tutorials and stuff there's not always a warning telling you not to do it. It just seems normal. It was just totally. Okay be doing. There was no not in my mind. It was legal or anything like that. We'll have we gotten into anything illegal yet ons you okay. What how so You'll jump did. Shoot them of those illegal..
Body of slain student Mackenzie Lueck recovered in Utah
"Salt Lake City police confirmed they every covered the body of the missing students mackenzie loic chief Mike brown I spoke with mackenzie's family this morning another devastating call despite their grief we hope this will help them find some closure and justice for mackenzie the twenty three year old body was found your Utah State University where the suspect attended classes for several years without earning a
Vigil for MacKenzie Lueck held at University of Utah
"Friends and fellow students mourned mackenzie loic at a vigil at the university of Utah again you know how much of an impact she made on my life let alone anyone else police believe the twenty three year old was murdered her body and personal belongings burned in the backyard of a home in Salt Lake City the man who lives there is in custody he has not yet been
Mackenzie Lewis, ABC And Alex Stone discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"A vigil expected tonight for mackenzie Lewis the twenty three year old college student who was allegedly murdered by a man two weeks ago ABC's Alex stone with new information on the case about two months before mackenzie loic went missing contractor Brian will says the alleged killer tried to hire room to build a sound proof room with hoax drilled in the concrete walls and a secret entrance with that some law requests he was asking
"loic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"With kidnapping twenty three year old mackenzie loic and murdering her evidence of charred remains were on earth in his backyard these CBS correspondent Jonathan vaguely adi's CNN meanwhile says a local contractor has told police that a few weeks ago but John he asked him to build a secret soundproof room in his house well a shooting an old easy Dallas overnight his left to seventeen year olds data now we know who they are police say Gregory Horton the third in the case of banks were outside the rec center at the Roseland town homes on Munger place Munger Avenue just around eleven thirty last night the teens were with the group playing dice when another group arrived opened fire on them as many as four people were shot Horton banks were pronounced dead at the hospital two other people are still being treated police so far have not released a description of the suspect or suspects and I'm not sure why that shooting occurred NTSB investigators a return to the site of yesterday's deadly plane crash in Addison airport eight passengers and two crew members were killed when the plane crashed shortly after takeoff the Addison fire departments as the plane which was fully fueled veered to the left just after leaving the ground and hit a hanger the NTSB vice chairman of Bruce Landsberg says a preliminary report on the cause of the crash could come in a couple of weeks we do not know the condition of the flight crew in terms of their prior experience so we don't know if the phone together or not but that will definitely come out in the investigation of the deep dive into the the pilots background pieces investigators are also looking at the plane's maintenance history and if weather might have played a role investigators have been gathering all the information they can from the crash site but they say that the plane caught fire as soon as it hit the hanger it's nine thirty four now it KRLD with traffic and weather together on the aids and then it was a small gift but one that has never been forgotten the only magical of the entire situation really struck me that story's coming up next on the other side of the news no way level one hello is that all ma'am what hello yes yes that's all you sure here register is working on right okay just checking.
"loic" Discussed on The Changelog
"So that's a small world kind of story. But so he contributed that recently, I've been working on the five point zero alpha series of coverage dot pie. Which is the big new feature is going to be, and this is a long requested feature. So I'm glad to finally be able to get to it instead of just telling you which lines of your product code were covered. It will tell you for each of those lines, which tests covered that line, so that you can do analysis like all right. I did a whole test run. But now I just wanna see these tests. What covered it or I can see that only one test. That line. So I wanna think about whether to do more tests that would get to their or etcetera etcetera. So that feature has been a long time, coming and Stefan, Richter and his co workers shoebox have made some significant contributions this year to, to that he added the HTML changes some of the fixes for the sequel light coat. That's in there. So they made a lot of contributions show. I'm really grateful for and a year and a half ago, a guy I didn't know nip Loic Dockery from France. You wrote to me and said, basically, that his way of working in open sources he picks the project. And he commits to it for like three months, and he's like, fully embedded in that project for three months. And then he moves on, and I didn't know what to make of that. But sure enough suddenly he was commenting on all my open issues, and triaging them and trying to reproduce them in trying to fix them in. There was just dozens of contributions from him all over the project of that which was, yeah. It was amazing. And, and it was amazing not only because people were getting responses than I was getting contributions, but his energy just sort of Arnold and me with my energy, right? Just having him doing things..
Jane Goodall: The Woman Who Never Gave Up
"Some people just don't quit. It's okay to quit occasionally, it's best to, but let Dr Jane Goodall be an example, to us, all sometimes you have a far fetched dream and instead of dismissing it, you do it anyway. And when you've cheered what you set up to do, just when you're at the top of your game, your dream might change based on what you've learned along the way your knee dream is bigger and more difficult to realize, but you do it anyway. Repeat into old age never slowing down. And you might even get nominated for a Nobel peace prize. The key to Dr Goodell's persistence, seems to have a lot to do with knowing what she liked from a very young age. And then just insisting on doing it. Her father gave her a stuffed chimpanzee when she was a baby. And she took it with her everywhere, even though it was by all accounts terrifying. She grew up loving to observe and catalog animals, and dreamed of one day living with African, animals and writing books about them for a living. Her mother, who was a novelist herself told. All that, that seemed like a perfectly reasonable idea, even though it was the nineteen forties and not at all. But middle class English girls were expected to do after she finished school. Goodall couldn't afford to go to college. So she worked odd jobs in London for a few years until a friend, invited her to visit her family's farm in Kenya at which point Goodall, immediately quit her job, and waited tables, until she made enough money to pay for the price of boat fair to Africa. While in Kenya. Her friends, justed, she contact the paleontologist, Louis Leakey curator of the corn did museum in Nairobi to discuss. Primates Aliki was interested in studying primate behavior in order to better understand early human species leaky hired Goodall as his field assistant on a paleontological dig and later asked her to return to England to research primates and raise money for a long-term observational study on wild chimpanzees, the gun base stream, national park in Tanzania into live nineteen sixty twenty six year old Jane Goodall began setting up her field station at Gumby, which would become the site of the longest running. Wildlife research project in history. British authorities initially balked at the idea of a young woman doing this kind of work on chaperoned. So Goodell's mother van accompanied her for the first few months Goodall observed, the chip head See's daily for two years before she earned their trust. Her method was just to watch the animals, and imitate their actions, recording everything that happened in a field journal. Two of Goodell's most important discoveries during this period, had to do with what chimps eight and how they went about getting food Goodall was the first to observe chimpanzees killing and eating the meat of small mammals prior to this. They were thought to be vegetarian and perhaps her biggest contribution to our understanding of primates was the revelation that chimps used collected and modified grass stems and sticks as tools to fish, termites out of their nests Goodell's discoveries were so significant Leakey said, now, we must redefine tool redefine, man, and he arranged for her to write a dissertation at Cambridge University on the behaviors of wild chimpanzees. It was accepted and she became one of only eight people ever to graduate from Cambridge with her PHD without first earning her undergraduate degree in nineteen sixty four Goodall married. Hugh on, Loic a Dutch wildlife photographer who leaky sent to record her activity in the field. They had a son in nineteen sixty seven who spent his early life with his parents at Gumby after Goodell in Loic divorced in nineteen seventy four. Good. All Mary, Derrick Bryson in nineteen seventy five who was the director of Tanzania's national parks during this time Goodell published books about her experiences in research at gone BEI, including in the shadow of man, which was criticized by scientists because of good old habit of naming subjects of her research. She called her most famous study subject, David greybeard, but the book was Beilby popular and has since been translated into forty eight languages as she lived and worked in Gumby. She began to notice changes to the chimpanzees habitat deforestation and mining practices forced the animals out of their homes and into spoiler in smaller areas. More than one million wild chimpanzees lift in Africa hundred years ago. But today, only a fifth of that population exists Goodall saw the writing on the wall. Which is why in the nineteen eighties Goodall changed her focus from observing chimps to working to protect their habitat.
"loic" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Finding access to the seller area because from inside of the home. There was no interior Ciller insurance firefighters discovered the body of a woman identified as forty seven year old Maria Medina, the Trump administration as expected has announced that the United States will withdraw from a nuclear arms treaty, which has been a centerpiece of arms control since the Cold War. This following years of a dispute over Russian compliance. President Trump has said conflicting things about his own intelligence advisors. I the president said his intelligence advisors were wrong about Russia, Syria, North Korea day, long public testimony. Oh, I disagree with certain things that they said three hours later, Mr. Trump, Ben said, the Intel directors told him, they were misquoted they said it was fake news. Those advisers made those comments in a live broadcast with reporters simply playing back their comments correspondent Andy Field wins. News time nine hundred eight for some the Super Bowl is about football for summits about parties or commercials for others. It's about laying their money down. Ten ten wins news. Sean monotone is on the ten ten wins. Ring central Newsline. He has been talking to some players at a new sports gambling location at the Meadowlands setting that the big game will mean big businesses fan duel sportsbook executive Jeff Loic who predicts this place will be the world's biggest betting parlor with gamblers can wager on who wins by how much the overrun during the first score, bitcoin talks. And even this Gatorade bet is a really interesting one where you're betting on what color. The Gatorade is going to be the gets dumped on the way. Winning coaches betting buddies Bob in teed are making water known as beds. Diabet- describing Matthew Slater to score a touchdown sometime during the game. In the millennium. That's who we played for looking up on the internet used to be a had to know a guy who knew a guide a place a sports bet now it's legit in jersey..
"loic" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You do that really work as hard as you, can at any job you have that will that will, serve you well in the next job you? Have not only will you get a great recommendation? But your work ethic improves There's no doubt, about it and I think a lot of a lot of the kids today report that school is so busy that they. Also, just don't they're scheduled from the moment they wake up to the moment they, go to sleep this one Person was. Quoted in a piece and business. To business insider two. Days ago And it's the team generations called generation z. Well they're reporting that Kendra Lodwick sixteen can't talk to her mom about what it's like to be a high school student in two thousand eighteen because they mom doesn't, understand that when. School day starts at six twenty five AM, she gets four hours of sleep a night which is a disaster and sounds like my schedule Every minute of the, day practically seems. Like it's scheduled for the next two years, now this young woman is very smart very intelligent But she didn't you know her. Mother, didn't have as much going on, she does In a small Michigan town where. They live She said it's. Just different than. It was twenty years ago. That's not better. I don't think it's different it's not better one of the biggest differences between. The lives of today's teens and their parents a lack of a. Job Ludwig doesn't have a part time. Job she won't be getting one this summer even with school out Loic said she and.
"loic" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"As. A managerial experience Erica Chevenez Chevy is, he did he'd be managing in. The division against the as I'm hoping he can get it just so you don't have. To say Chevy's guy Chevy or child I don't care they had him Billy bean Loic brings in these new guys prime broadcast and he tried to get it for a couple of years Eight twenty. Five cents here. So I'll try I guess. He went back and manage their rumors that Chevenez could take over for Socia and that's not popping okay Nineteen years nineteen years and he. Was on you know there were I would say about a decade ago people were talking. About social has like one. Of the best managers in. All of baseball but one playoff appearance since two thousand ten will you know people. Have cooled on socia- let me just say this he. Was a great blah I don't think there's ever I've ever seen a. Catcher block, the plate like social he closed off Jack Clark one time at the plate he closed chili Davis and him had a ridiculous collision at home. Plate one year he would. Just dive with. His the thickness of his thighs right there in the middle of the path and just make you volume over. Here Usually came in second he didn't he. Didn't give, you any corner of the plate that's for sure let me just to make myself feel good I mentioned sculptor it's Blair plus well that's well This is this is a. Sculptor I'm glad you cleared that up to. Bus guide you. Clean that up. Well, you got That really. Would have been bad linger okay let me see. He also crafted the. Bus, for Owens So I. Don't know. If he's. The only guy who does it but, that's well is one of the man all right coming up next is going to be a. Great hang.
"loic" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Thank you that's enough turn radio for one but the song rolypoly mickey loic you can look it up on youtube and then do yourself a favor and you can reminisce but let me tell you one thing making never mentioned this and he has a singing background did you know that he went out to to las vegas where the singing group after they won in nineteen sixty eight and he backed up victim own it was a backup yeah he was a backup singer yeah one of my favorite singers of all time something today there's something that's been eighty that by the way to yeah he did crop detroit free press greatest athlete tigers lines pistons have red wings and they had the seating and they had number ten seed was wow we sam crawford and then he was out in the first round and it just irritates me that people who come up with these polls don't even know what kind of a great player sam crawford was with triples stolen bases his defense and that kind of stuff plus he's in the hall of fame and being over three hundred and his lifetime and he just gets no respect and he's forgotten so i wish she wouldn't do all our fans a favor and talk a little bit about mr sam crawford who sam crawford was a was a great hitter the problem was he predated taika basically and maybe ten years yeah yeah so basically went from from sam crawford to tie the harry hi and and and hank greenberg oh absolutely and don't forget of all time and don't forget bobby beach who never gets mentioned but i didn't know he had been ousted already i looked at some of the scenes and you know those if you're going to do a project like that it is really tough to do because somebody in tennessee sixteen tigers whitaker was established seat okay and come on ham cropper sam crawford the tigers are barnstorming one year after the season and he hit a home run and they went to england and the i believe the king was george the fifth and he was watching the baseball game and with just a really dour look on his face and and sam crawford saw saw that the look on the king's face and he he hit a ball that didn't stop rolling and he rounded the bases and hit a home run in in front of george the fifth and i think it was about nineteen thirty or maybe late nineteen twenty s and that's the only thing in the entire game that brought a smile to the king's face really wow that's cool and that's yeah that story is in my first book individuals get mentioned in the same segment god bless you one other story one of the thing about sam crawford you know he he was born and raised in nebraska and the right and the big thing you know with such a small town the big thing to do on a weekend was go down at at nightfall and watch the only lightbulb in town turn on and that's what and that's what that's what i'm used to go down to the four corner intersection and the one that one lightbulb that they had in town they would turn on at night and that's what they did for entertainment and again let me let me even though i've written joy in tiger town tigers big fifty was my first book and i wrote that last last year and that was in the sam crawford chapter now let me ask you when you said mickey was a backup for victim on where does that take place that i believe at the frontier hotel in las vegas in las vegas really yeah he went out there and and jim hendrick was one of his was in the group as well the old broadcaster from he was he was yeah he would sing with mickey he just passed recently yeah he's been out a few times oh yeah well you've heard what happened in the tom and i am sitting with him lakeland at the bench outside of the clubhouse lakeland and jim hendry can jim was spoken up a storm then out and he announced he was marrying a teenager he was seventy at the time and she might not have been a teeny nineteen okay and so is about to mirror and and he was smoking he drank back then he was smoke like a chimney and.
"loic" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The emergence of automation a big concern for many us workers as it could mean the loss of millions of jobs across the country here new york us senator kirsten gillibrand trying to make sure that does not happen mac rosenberg reports one point two million jobs could be cut because of automation which is the use of equipment to perform jobs that people have done that's going to a new report released by the center for urban future can affect agriculture and results in less workers meeting i think they'll push the theory if you actually put in milking technology don't need workers to the cow but it's gonna impact manufacturing loic senator gillibrand says ten percent of those jobs are in new york city and her proposed legislation to help ease those losses would expand trade adjustment assistance benefits which help those whose jobs are transferred out of the country to include people who lose their jobs to automation gillibrand says those people would get trained in how to handle hightech jobs and get financial assistance after unemployment runs out mac rosenberg wcbs newsradio eight eighty on his father's day weekend the pope issuing some new comments on abortion cbs news reporter larry miller with details from the foreign desk pope francis has compared abortion to the nazi program of eugenics in which people considered inferior like the disabled were murdered in order to purify the area and race the polk denounced couples who resort to prenatal testing to discover whether they're baby has genetic problems abortion he says is like throwing a out formed child from a mountain speaking to an italian family association the pope urged people to accept.
"loic" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"Versus yeah it's okay i mentioned the reality of it you know isn't that also a disadvantage that you have to localize and understand the ninety million people in germany whatever the thirty forty million people you know in france or england versus that ten million in ireland or i mean beyond that i mean the creative industries and the fact that you've got all this this melting pot of different industries people talking about different things than not so obsessed with us tech culture they're actually interested in the world around them are they're interested travel m's fell fast parts that possible it's yeah right so sometimes multiple possible this does lead to a creative vantage but let's talk about the socialization socialism that is sort of happened in your city of socialism yeah well i mean it's i mean socialism's just a term that i think means high taxes and providing a lot for citizens right that means low gini coefficient right less inequality that's probably something we're all going to get to but when it means antion trapani areolas them that it's a problem how france is a great example of where we used to have that with francois loaned whether it was a culture of resenting entrepreneurs and people successes which is why load of great french people left luik loic said i'm out yeah and it's changed completely now with president micro who is absolutely embracing entrepreneurship like we've never seen before in france and the uk we still we do have our issues but we still have a conservative government that has still got a positive snowball of momentum for entrepreneurship.
"loic" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Don't you the good the good fix stress hormone cortisol just loic something going on and no one can figure out is if you feel better about yourself will you pass passerby better or if you're better way will you feel when you start feeling better about yourself so the answers to all of this i don't know i don't want to say whether it's going to the gym or putting a book on your head and walk him like a model or get your kids to right sitting shoot i don't want to give them i don't know how you get there i just know things that parents should explore the aware of great tedtalk a great ted talk any cutting social scientists bam why any because my homework yesterday your body language may shape who you are it's a fascinating ted talk about posture all right well we will post that as well amy cuddy ted talk but this is really helpful and as you know this is something now i'm going to you know proactively think about when i see little kids running playing because i there is the one that's a little more a little more introverted little bit smaller and frame a little bit you know not as bold as the other two the first porn and the baby or the or the big mouths and he's kind of the quiet one he sometimes we'll be a little slumped over and the little you know he he doesn't carry the the carriage of his posture is not the same as the other two and it's very interesting but i've never even thought about is shelly now you've made me think about it so i'm gonna go check out jordan's book and check out this ted talk and friends if you want to get any shelley's advice the parenting express is now also a podcast that the kevin mccullough radio pages to look for shelley goldberg parenting express shelly hope you have a great week always good to hear from you lady great to hear from you cabin have already youtube kevin mccullough coming back final thoughts don't go away hi kevin mccullough do you have problems sleeping maybe your pillow goes flat or tossing and turning all night you wake up with a headache or sore neck france it's time you do what i did for.
"loic" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Of companies so yes acting rapidly with an appropriate level of response is extremely important you just can't let these things go no matter how trivial they may seem at the time triviality can turn into real consequences later let's talk about different companies let's assume that i run company a and you run company b our ethical standards do you see them as as spreading across a society across the community do we share them or does company a maybe have an ethical standard different from company b and i think we can take that into other nations let's say we go into xyz country somewhere and their ex ethical standards are different from mine yet i'm trying to do business in this country do i now mirror their standards or do i hold up to mind what is the what is the solution they're loic and you've asked a mockus faceted question there let me let me start because let me first say that issue of global business dealing an american companies are much more involved in this now than they were before the issue of of american businesses dealing globally and encountering different cultures and different ethical standards that is clearly something that american businesses now have to consider but having said that american businesses cannot and should not lower their own ethical standards because for the most part these american businesses have united states operation and so they cannot afford to have an operation hypothetically in duesseldorf germany behaving differently then it's operation back in mobile you you you can't have that kind of disparity within a company but which because they're employment laws and other ethical issues that enter into that what the company has to do is to be aware of those ethical issues still operate with in its own ethical parameters and not try to force bar ethics on somebody else american business people walk a tremendous tight rope on this issue and i guess the best example of that i can give is the foreign corrupt practices act and that's where american businesses are competing overseas and you hear about these incidents the foreign crop practices act is a huge deal for american businesses but american businesses all of a sudden start doing business in companies will bribery is just the way they've always done it.
"loic" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Thousands of people were marching in the streets of paris last night to say enough is enough to antisemitic crimes in france this march was set off by the killing of an elderly jewish woman last week by two young men that's being investigated as a hate crime here's more from npr's eleanor beardsley silent march started at plastic nacion and ended at eighty five year old knows apartment that's where her partially charred body was found with stab wounds the killing has horrified france especially as canola as a nine year old girl escaped a world war two round up of jews in paris so if you go is not jewish but she's marching with a yellow star of david on her coat ten years ago that was the jewish who was murdered because people don't reach you had money anyways tortured during twenty one days i did the march for him i hoped i would never have to worry again and said enough wearing it today there has been a rise in antisemitic crimes in france in recent years many say the government isn't doing enough some jews say they don't feel safe like many of the men here thirty year old loic pavlik hausky is wearing a yarmulke but he says he usually doesn't wearing the jewish skullcap can expose you to harassment public hausky says wearing it as a boy he was attacked so who attacked you when you were a felony was access it's not a french catholic people here say it is certain young muslim youths perpetrating the antisemitic acts they say hatred for jews is rampant in many of the poor immigrant neighborhoods and housing projects where the kids grow up a year ago another jewish woman was murdered though her killer was high on drugs he yelled verses from the koran as a hitter and explained that he was killing the devil many here compare cannolis murder with the killing of a gendarme in a terrorist attack last week pierre levy and elizabeth con say the murders have the same root cause the same big thing that the whole radical islam and political islam thing is something with not addressed yet i think the fence right known needs to reaffirm its values and from citizens from all religions so being here is like a first step.
"loic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Everybody let's take a look at some of your winners and losers movers and shakers on this wednesday afternoon i'm carol massar loic jason middleton starting off with the sp five hundred comedy even split but a little bit more of a bearish tone to the average two hundred and twenty one names in the snp hired at a two hundred and eighty one lower three unchanged though jason talk i like watching and talking about blackberry because it's like the company that you thought was over right and then they've kind of how to come back here and i will put out the stock bounced around just as the overall market did today was up as much as five percent at a ties down about two and a quarter percent at its lows finishing the day though off one point six percent at twelve twenty a share but they did set a record quarter for software revenue and that kind of did cement recent success of the company has had in winning corporations over to its non phone offerings revenue two hundred and thirty nine million beating the average estimate about two one five point five million and software revenue was two hundred and eighteen million and seventy percent of that was recurring as opposed to one time licensing payments which is which you kind of want to see but you know they're still here they're standing full disclosure as well when i was a marketing consultant blackbird was one of my clients so i know a little bit about the turnaround because i was there to see some of it and it really has been successful pivot and i think that investors are still getting used to the fact that john chan is going to stick around he's noticed the turnaround guy but i mean why would you argue with success at the keyboard i'm just going to say and i miss my keyboard yeah i know that's true but you know the the marketing point on that was they the hard pivot was from hardware and software.
"loic" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
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"loic" Discussed on Risky Business
"Yep telegram has lost its appeal in the russian courts over handing over its encryption case to the russian government so that's that's that's interesting so if using telegram borresen sergei likely reading your messages yep so maybe maybe reconsider that if you are tired of the russian state planning a further appeal to the supreme that's interesting oh i this is this is interesting right like last week we spoke about this phantom secure modified blackberry package and modified phone package in the co rested and i was selling stuff to the sin loic cartel turns out the number one market was a stray leah and very popular with the baka gangs which are actually pretty deep in organized crime because you must have a lot of gangsters to be the number one market for this kind of thing something like fifty percent of the devices they sold were going into a strata so yeah you guys criminals guess yeah it seems as i it's really popular with the is like hells angels rebels all of the other types and there's been a really been a handful of really sort of high profile daytime murders involving those people lightly and these devices have been linked to maine while the ifp think is rolled up a whole bunch of the devices and i think there's even been reports the feds on which feds got access to the service and maybe they decoding messages and stuff but anyway yeah bad bad stuff around for uses a phantom secure just quickly adam this is kind of an inevitable story but people have been putting child exploitation material on the bitcoin blockchain which is just insane but it also means that anyone who possesses the block china's now in possession of child exploitation material so that's that's fun.
"loic" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
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"loic" Discussed on Double Toasted
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