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"minister communications" Discussed on La Segunda Vuelta
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"minister communications" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Julian. We want to congratulate Jeff Bas owes he has now broken a record. He is now worth a record $211 billion. Wasn't he just worth 185 million yesterday? He's done very well. In the last day it's been it was a good day for him. The former Amazon CEO accomplished accumulated more wealth yesterday after the company stock Rose 4.7% shares in Amazon com spiked After the Pentagon announced it was canceling a cloud computing contract with rival Microsoft, indicating that Amazon could get some of the work. The rally cause Bezos's fortune to jump by over $8 billion in one day. This breaks the previous record held by Tesla billionaire Elon Musk, who was briefly worth $210 billion back in January. Now, as far as stocks go, the NASDAQ set another record yesterday. Closing at a record high. The Dow Jones and the S and P 500 Bucks down a bit, and today stock futures are mostly flat as Wall Street gets ready to go back to work. And things in the shortened holiday trading week. The NASDAQ gained 24 points yesterday. In that record, close the S and P 500 dropping nine and the Dow Jones dropping 209 points trillion if I was if I had $200 billion Plus The first thing I would do is I would go out just over to Nassau County and pick up that Woolworth Mansion. Winfield Hall. Have you heard about this? This is the place that in the Taylor Swift, blank space video. She shot some of the video the interiors at Winfield Hall. And then I think she shot the exteriors at Osaka Castle out here in Huntington, but it was Owned. I guess it's an historic property was owned by the entrepreneur Frank Winfield, Woolworth and it is going to be up for auction bids starting at seven million. I gotta tell you, it's worth a heck of a lot more. This thing is beautiful. Right on the on the Long Island sound. Oh, my God. It's absolutely gorgeous. I I think I would probably buy it. Well, no. I mean, it sounds like an incredible property. We're gonna It's not not big enough for me. It only has 56 rooms. Only 12 bedrooms. You could slam it. All right. We're gonna get to Sid Rosenberg in just a second, but first Breaking news W. ABC. We are learning that the president of Haiti has been killed. Haitian President Juvenal Mazzei was assassinated at his private residence early this morning. The government did not identify the assailants, but said they were speaking Spanish. The first lady of Haiti. Was also injured by gunshot and she's been hospitalized, but the serving president of Haiti was killed at his home early this morning. The government has confirmed this killed in his private residence around one a.m. local time. The first lady also hospitalized. Uh so we'll keep an eye on that. Those are all the details we have at the moment. This is apparently by an armed commando, according to the prime minister's Communication office. He was only 52 years old. This is a very young man. A sad, sad story. Yikes. Alright, we'll keep an eye on that for you. In the meantime, let's bring in our man said just goes by Sid. Now that's right, thrown off. All the other monitors rid of them. Libano easy like this, Jonah, We got a huge so today we really do. Bernie, of course, is still on vacation will be back on Monday and we love and miss him. So in his absence, we put on a lot of folks because you just can't make up for Bernard. But when you give it a shot today, we're gonna start with you, Frank. A lot of local races are Ghadames Looks like Corey Johnson has conceded to Brad Lander, the borough president, Staten Island That's up for grabs. So we'll start with you. Well, I bet happy to stick around. Thanks for asking. You're welcome. Lee Zeldin will join us in the six a.m. hour this morning. Of course we've endorsed Leave for governor here in New York. Joint is coming up at 6 50. Then my dear plant from CNBC. Ron and Sam is going to stop by, Okay. Said Yes. Can you please ask him if he was in the audience at the Kennedy Center honors for Led Zeppelin do this again. Kennedy Center, the Kennedy Center honors when heart perform stairway to heaven and the Gospel choir came out and it was so mind blowing that you could see Robert plant, starting to cry. It was I'm going to post it again on my Twitter at Jet, said Julia, because it's so incredible this it's such an amazing video. Okay, You've got my promise. I will tell you I saw. I think I saw Ron and Santa when they did an audience shot. It's possible. He's driving me crazy. I need to know the answer to this. I'm going to ask him. He's mean is many there. I need him to get into your ear mania is here. Yes, he's hearing. All of this has got his thumb up, please. It's going to be that can give you right at the very top of the conversation. How about that? Okay, please, I'm begging I can't take it anymore. They'll be here at 705 tweeted him and he never tweeted me back. Oh, that son of it. That's crazy. All right, we'll get 27 057 40 Dr Marc Siegel Fox News will be here talking about they saw Delta variant. 8 40 w opinion legend Back now again after a two week hiatus, people loved it so much. I mean, they really did job earning. Go is going to be back today. And then at nine o'clock, we'll talk to war. Good buddy who's on the station 123 every afternoon and Newsmax every night. Greg Kelly. He's going to stop by to so cavalcade of big stars. Then, of course, tomorrow as I mentioned earlier on Bill O Reilly Day, actor comedian Michael Rapaport live in studio for an hour that Michael Rapaport is gonna be here for an hour. Yes, Wow, That's exciting. That will be exciting. That is exciting. He's my kind of guy. He's very cool. I know he's a Democrat, blah blah couldn't care less. He's a great actor is very funny, and he just doesn't care he has and and when you won't listen to somebody on radio, That's what you want. Not somebody measured. Not somebody predictable. Someone who doesn't care that's Michael Robert board. We'll just prepare yourself for people yelling at you saying, Why would you have a democratic? Well, listen, listen. My my. My grandmother once told me this old Jewish expression that's going to work very well in that case, and it goes like this. But, um yeah, I have never in my life, and I've been listening to radio for decades. I've never in my life made a decision about whether I wanted to listen to someone based on their whether there were Democrat Republican political persuade. Listen, I'll take it a step further. And Juliet heard me say this at the talkers. I've never made a decision of my life based upon what the listeners or even management wants. I do what I want, because again for the whole we've done No, but I'm serious. If the host is enthusiastic, Yes. Then the listeners and fans will stick around and enjoy it Regardless. Of the content. That's that's a fact that that's what the really good host to. Yeah. And Frank was there for that Talkers convention. It's like you can't be. You can't be told to be something that you're not And when you when you are told to be that way, and you try to be something that you're not, it's very inauthentic. And it's very obvious to the listeners. Great. All right, well, I am going to stick around for a few minutes and analyze some.
"minister communications" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast
"Without Trust Society. STAGNATES economies, decline, and. File. My security media believes through security trust between individuals, organizations and government can be maintained. To this Asanga security will great podcast. Walk. into the cybersecurity weekly podcast recording between Sydney and Melbourne, and I'm joined by Tim. Watson pay the shadow assistant. Minister Communications Shadow Assistant Minister Security is a jelly brand. Jelly Brandon Melvin Swiss on Chris to be with you at virtually running from lockdown in the. Euro Dad of it, but this what better way than to to grab you with your time than in Lockdown at assembly something we've been doing with the podcast series Tim. Firstly, thank you very much We're obviously going to focus on your role as shadow assistant, minister, security, but also touches on your role in communications, and you'll release came out last week sort of advocating that the Morrison government is not meeting its promises US buys in terms of its cybersecurity undertakings and you're referred to the Harvard Kennedy School's Belt Santa National Saw Power Index Twenty twenty showing a strategy ranked. Facade Rin taint, but six. Thank for actual capability behind Steiner Israel and Malaysia maybe just talk us through the index itself. Why might be of have selected this particular index? And then we'll talk about more about your role I think Yeah. Just a the point you're trying to make your announcement late last week. chokers. Well like any INFO Technology Sector security has plenty of indexes flooding around or get. Indexes collided by vendors and people trying to sell things to us I thought this for Senate index was. Useful because it doesn't come from I accompany product. It say independent academic attempt to benchmark Com, sub security capability and intent from nation sites It appealed to make per couple of reasons may not have had A to do with Bill Center in the past spend a little bit of Thanh. Talking to their academics in previous roles and particularly locked the way that This report sets metrics that up designed to objectively major subsidy maturity in nations So it says what are the kind of things that we could judge the intent of a nation in the obscurity spice and one of the kind of things that we could use to objectively major capability. And it tells an interesting story in Australia Australia's categorized in the higher intent, low capability quadrant and the reason for that is because when the the objective metrics this reporter applied to the statements made by by government ministers by government departments, entities about what our intent is. Assab security spice. Where about the most ambitious nation in the world for ask security attend? But. Then when you look at what our actual capabilities against that intent on again measured in a series of objective metrics. We fold anti sixteenth in that space. So, FA May that told a pretty familiar story because this over promising on delivering stories. One that I think is familiar to a lot of. People in the Strand security sector. In the context of these trying government's actions since the twenty six, Day sub, security strategy. A lot of announcement to be my bet when you follow up way those announcements. In the years after that have been made you say less deleted then was announced to the media. Will what's on the industry? Kodak in the two thousand, sixteen strategy that was undefended at least out of the Prime Minister's office. This one is looking out at a ten years. The two thousand twenty strategy is looking at at the ten year timeframe. And proposing one point six, billion, dollar funding. Backdrop, but a lot of that is going into law enforcement and as you say might be into that capability..
"minister communications" Discussed on VUX World
"Many solutions while the market and. We can also in Indonesia. Imported again I'm saying you're not making any website or any contact creators and establish towards disability, but I wanNA say another kingdom, which is super important because when we talk about civic when we talk about accessibility usually talk about Glenn Visual appeared is loud. A between US worldwide global and people don't reading skills and into people. A which are consuming a smartphone eighty to youtube to consume the news and. Having a tool, the tree out the content definitely helps in engaging with those with those population and helping them become. A. Contribute contribute are to their community because they're wonderful. He understand what's going on to consume continent in there and. You know we can be relevant government and it can be relevant. It's news a finance or whatnot, and I'll give you some some numbers that will automatically don't it for Craig's Emma, media? Investing Yard Chabane incoming wealth who read and releasing. Loud. were. Despondent, but we had told him about almost thirty percent of the collision with about three hundred eighty media people this is larger than. which are metering while we have not I wanna tell you something about the US these Greg The Washington Post hours inmate fifty percent of the population has an accident in eight grade. Reading skill less than eight grade meetings fifty percent of the West. Pleasant. Lino three will. So we're talking about large and I can talk about what they do society, what it does to economy and what it does to have resource in many many many minyard's. But when you`re When it constantly being defied, you're adding any super important layer a to help people engage with your content and many many people that need it. Okay. It's not like me driving my car would be nice if I. can be list. Definitely, amazing and and why not this? Is why I studied but I I will. I'll finish this part. About it. I I went to so Africa to to open to. The market. Immigration debate Africa's will and one of the. Meetings that we had there where it was a minister communication wasn't ministered sale somebody from his office and a we talk about the solution in he told me look you have something much bigger. You need to understand we have a lot of people that ideally I or no reading skills your helping us basically district content to a population, it can consume it. And they want to understand language but again rated or you just take them forever. So they want and messages that we need to delivered. So. So I think this is also wherever saying you the company we say we'd like to do business. Put me professional is good and we truly hope and we definitely still smart startup but we truly hope that you know we we will get there and the message that you know. Re, physical ossified conquer the Internet and connect will be available, and then my my next dream and the we talk about the about the. So we will bark. A marked the taxed while reading out the tax to a user and we rent some researches. Talked about how it can help improving a reading skills for people when you listen to and fire read the text in front of him and the audio synchronized, we a detect, it can actually help you in read. So evening. Hopefully are in the middle of round. So happily be successful. Who actually were great investors is definitely something that I want to do. and De correspondent especially, what's going on? In general more. Do Good. To toy small goal in where we can. which which languages in regions are you supporting right now? So Of course English. And Spanish definitely, Portuguese will wear signing a corporation downingtown a US India's our market. So we we have English a initiative the accent. Will Support The Indian language. German Spanish didn't, Dutch and. Italian all all of those images and and many more, and we just started a our first websites in Russia just launched a month ago, and which is actually a large Israeli media group that ever knowledge website we'd be many in Russia. Point spread. Our wondering started right now. Are there any languages that are harder We know that the closer it is the English. It's generally a bit easier, but is it let's -clusive languages or simple base or tonal languages? Do any of those bring unique challenges that make it harder or maybe even make it easier. So Am. is of the worst. Is that because it has no no vowels rates yet because everything that especial marks at a near near letter than how to pronounce it correctly, and because of that, many of the texts is without those marks you know because usually when. Reading enough you know when you're a junior school, you know you need those marks percent what? What tournament delayed on. Those marks anymore. So wasn't tax without it, and then you know. In different edge it it sounds. In South Beach Twenty years. Which is great if you want to.
"minister communications" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Postponement to September fourteenth however Boston public schools they'll be open next week mayor Walsh saying school is in session on Monday the president expected to declare that national emergency our top story this afternoon all in response to the corona virus pandemic the very latest in an update from ABC news president trump is expected to make an emergency declaration this afternoon clearing the way for federal aid for states and communities closing schools canceling events and the economic impact driven by the corona virus outbreak it comes as congressional leaders are trying to hammer out a relief deal for American treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says he thinks the administration is close to a deal with Pelosi on a co bid nineteen aid package while leading health expert Dr Anthony Fauci says testing should be more readily available soon I think in the next week or so you go to see an acceleration of availability of tests our experts J. A. B. C. news Washington Los Angeles county school district the latest to close the second largest district in the nation telling parents those closures start Monday Louisiana moving to postpone its presidential primary because of the corona virus pandemic it was going to be this Tuesday it's set to become the first state to make the change primary races set to take place Tuesday Sunday Joe Biden Bernie Sanders scheduled to debate without an audience in DC Michelle Franzen ABC news and it's one forty seven the first couple of Canada is in isolation over corona virus concerns as Justin Trudeau's wife's selfie test positive Mr Trudeau is feeling well is following all recommendations and her symptoms are mild says an email from the prime minister's communications director who adds that Justin Trudeau is in good health and because he has no symptoms will not be tested at this time the statement says the Canadian leaders continuing his duties and has been holding meetings on the phone and that is A. B. C.'s chucks Iverson reporting at one forty seven little is known about corona virus outbreaks in the world's most secretive countries but the United States has been keeping an eye on North Korea I'm Kathy McCormick at the Pentagon North Korea has not confirmed any coronavirus cases but it has been taking major steps to prevent it including militarily as one example they didn't fly an airplane for twenty four days general Robert Abrams is the commander of US forces in South Korea their armed forces has been fundamentally been on lockdown for about thirty days and only recently have they started routine training again North Korea also stepped up border checks and it's one forty eight when it comes to the Olympics later this summer for right now everything remains in place Japanese officials said on Friday they are determined to hold a safe and secure Olympics in Tokyo as scheduled this summer the statement came after president trump suggested Thursday the games might be delayed for a year trump spoke with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave Friday but reportedly did not discuss a postponement or the possibility of holding the games without spectators the international Olympic committee meanwhile says it will go along with guidelines from the World Health Organization in regard to any move on the game that is correspondent bills M. for with that reports should mean time how is all of this going to affect the campaign trail you heard an earlier report that debate is set to take place on Sunday night between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders but it is also expected to have other effects as these candidates keep campaigning for president in twenty twenty Joe Biden plans to stay at his home in Wilmington Delaware traveling only in the coming days as to the debate in Washington on Sunday this campaign is also instructing employees in field offices around the country to work from home in light of the threat of coronavirus beginning Saturday all of the Biden campaign offices feel that headquarters will be closed to the public Bernie Sanders campaign has asked all staff to work from home as well and will no longer hold large events or door to door canvasses instead moving to digital formats the trump campaign to is now giving campaign staffers the option of working remotely back Piper CBS news Washington it was an interesting fill in host from the world of politics on late night with Jimmy Kimmel A. B. C.'s taught intends that store it was the first night that the Jimmy Kimmel show began taping without a studio audience to the virus fears and mayor Pete play the late night host like he was born for the role when you don't have a real audience you have to fake one just like trump's inauguration during the opening monologue to judge that people were skeptical about I'm hosting a show like this but he's too inexperienced well a lot of people said I'd never get elected president and I showed that the staff interjected crowd shots from other events during the show booted judge interviewed special guests Todd and ABC news and it's one fifty now social media sites have taken to get some new action when it comes to getting rid of some bad actors Facebook and Twitter say they've taken down a network of fake accounts linked to Russia they operated out of Nigeria and Ghana and targeted people in the United States they were seen as engaging in foreign interference posing as non governmental organizations or personal blogs Twitter characterized the site says attempting to sow discord by engaging in race and civil rights issues Steve cave in CBS news also learned of an era in Florida in a dot and a dash the telegraph his ended here Florida lawmakers approving a bill that removed an entire chapter of state law that regulates the telegraph industry including a fifty dollar fine for not delivering a message to labor fee of course was a big deal long before instant messages social media and even the telephone but lawmakers say it's been seventy five years since Florida courts have had to decide a case involving the telegraph industry who knew Peter king CBS news Orlando it's one fifty one on this busy Friday afternoon only getting busier out there on those roadways we've got traffic and weather together on the way next WBZ.
"minister communications" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is general manager of the old town trolley tours he says they have a responsibility to showcase the city of Boston but right now they're under a very unique set of circumstances things are changing almost by the hour they plan to remain in operation but are trying to keep things clean instilling sanitation stations on all of the calls so it's not just us stop the old school I guess kind of media maintain a clean environment we disinfect all of it with every vehicle every night he says customers are still welcome but if you are sick stay home in South Boston James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio the first couple of Canada in isolation over corona virus concerns as Justin Trudeau's wife Sophie winds up testing positive Mr Trudeau is feeling well is following all recommendations and her symptoms are mild says an email from the prime minister's communications director who adds that Justin Trudeau is in good health and because he has no symptoms will not be tested at this time the statement says the Canadian leaders continuing his duties and has been holding meetings on the phone and that is A. B. C.'s chucks Iverson without report meantime at twelve eighteen little is known about corona virus outbreaks in the world's most secretive countries the United States though has been keeping some tabs on North Korea I'm Cappy McCormick at the Pentagon North Korea has not confirmed any coronavirus cases but it has been taking major steps to prevent it including militarily as one example they didn't fly an airplane for twenty four days general Robert Abrams is the commander of US forces in South Korea their armed forces has been fundamentally been on lockdown for about thirty days and only recently have they started routine training again North Korea also stepped up border checks and it's now twelve nineteen how will this affect to the campaign trail when it comes to twenty twenty we still have the debate set for Sunday night with Joe Biden Bernie Sanders in Washington Joe Biden plans to stay at his home in Wilmington Delaware traveling only in the coming days to the debate in Washington on Sunday this campaign is also instructing employees in field offices around the country to work from home in light of the thread of coronavirus beginning Saturday all of the Biden campaign offices feel that headquarters will be closed to the public Bernie Sanders campaign has asked all staff to work from home as well and will no longer hold large events or door to door canvasses instead moving to digital formats the trump campaign to is now giving campaign staffers the option of working remotely back Piper CBS news Washington meantime in interesting fill in host from the world of politics on late night with Jimmy Kimmel A. B. C.'s taught and has that story was the first night that the Jimmy Kimmel show began taping without a studio audience due to virus fears and mayor Pete played the late night host like he was born for the role when you don't have a real audience you have to take one just like trump's inauguration during the opening monologue to judge that people were skeptical about hosting a show like this but he's too inexperienced well a lot of people said I'd never get elected president and I showed them the staff interjected crowd shots from other events during the show booted judge interviewed special guests Todd and ABC news all social media sites have taken some new action against some bad actors Facebook and Twitter say they've taken down a network of fake accounts linked to Russia they operated out of Nigeria and Ghana and targeted people in the United States they were seen as engaging in foreign interference posing as non governmental organizations or personal blogs Twitter characterized the site says attempting to sow discord by engaging in race and civil rights issues Steve case and CBS.
"minister communications" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Different currency whose name they have yet to identify today the house to have a bold what this country is taken control standing marine well thank you he was gone the British prime minister Boris Johnson with the Scottish National Party leader Ian black furred in the British house of Commons today during prime minister's questions euronews explains one of the charges from Ian black furred earlier this week the prime minister's communications staff reportedly barred some journalists from attending a briefing with David frost the government's lead brexit negotiator and remember you can hear the entire prime minister's questions each week in the house of Commons we replace them Sunday at nine PM eastern here on C. span radio back in the U. S. and campaign twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg getting his first endorsement from a governor Rhode island's general from mondo she says from fighting gun violence to addressing climate change to combating the opioid crisis and more Mike understands the issues that impact our lives every day the two held a news conference in Providence and Bloomberg spoke also confronted some protesters seriously last night the president delivered his state of the union address but the sad truth is our union is divided like it has never been in before in our lifetimes and because let's face it we have an angry out of control law this president dividing the country dividing the people on abusing his office and so let me be a make this clear I am running to defeat Donald Trump.
"minister communications" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Should go dass countries wish to have trade deals around the world when they understand that their proposal is to try to re join the European Union I'll I have a different currency whose name they have yet to identify today the house to have a border what this country is taken control standing marine well thank you he was gone the British prime minister Boris Johnson with the Scottish National Party leader Ian black furred in the British house of Commons today during prime minister's questions euronews explains one of the charges from Ian black furred earlier this week the prime minister's communications staff reportedly barred some journalists from attending a briefing with David frost the government's lead brexit negotiator and remember you can hear the entire prime minister's questions each week in the house of Commons we replace them Sunday at nine PM eastern here on C. span radio back in the U. S. and campaign twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg getting his first endorsement from a governor Rhode island's general from mondo she says from fighting gun violence to addressing climate change to combating the opioid crisis and more Mike understands the issues that impact our lives every day the two held a news conference in Providence and Bloomberg spoke also confronted some protesters are seriously last night the president delivered his state of the union address but the sad truth is our union is divided like it has never been in before in our lifetimes and because let's face it we have an angry out of control law this president dividing the country and dividing the people on abusing his office and so let me be a make this clear I am running to defeat Donald Trump and I'm running to.
Boris Johnson mimics Trump playbook in clash with UK press
"Gone the British prime minister Boris Johnson with the Scottish National Party leader Ian black furred in the British house of Commons today during prime minister's questions euronews explains one of the charges from Ian black furred earlier this week the prime minister's communications staff reportedly barred some journalists from attending a briefing with David frost the government's lead brexit negotiator and remember you can hear the entire prime minister's questions each week in the house of Commons we replace them Sunday at nine PM eastern here on C. span
"minister communications" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"That's what happened here come on them and now the president's trying to say Hey let's work out a deal of talk to be tough guy don't be a fool a call you later no one's going raising Doris and some folks said come on this letter of that Trish Reagan got it can't be real now it's it's real the White House confirmed that the letter is real and clearly was given to treasury can over fox business by the White House but in a lot of taking this as this kind of rough foreign diplomacy here is kind of tough foreign policy stuff here and how many you're saying wow is it is a head scratcher I mean what what's going on here I know that George Conway is it has a tactical kellyanne Conway I mean it's to be expected but again folks were we're dealing with there was some very interesting and crazy times here disso telephones to hang on telephones are we got a call from Nova Scotia Canada eight I will get to that in a second always visiting from Nova Scotia light will work okay he's not okay always it always in Nova Scotia but he's from Florida but he's calling us from Nova Scotia I tell my be there in a minute on a positive note you know I said you know you have the wrong is that not one of our drones out of the sky I would've authorized at least three hundred million dollars worth of damage to their crap because the drone was about a two and twenty five million dollar drawn somewhere that for seventy that of course the Iranians clearly by the attack on the Saudi oil facility and I said well I don't know for going to physically attack that we were sent to somehow militarily respond on the drone attack or the the attack our drone I should say well a couple months ago and truck pulled the plug on that many of our military leaders were just shocked and surprised and they wanted to send the running into message I think we should have as well and then of course with the Saudi oil attack again you're messing with the whole world oil supply years certainly messing with prices on a very a quick to process situation you know I have said that it might not be all in your face military action I said that I'm fine I am actually fine if we can do some subterfuge if we can do behind the scenes cyber attacks and rip their crap apart like we did was Stuxnet it looks like it was awesome the Israelis some combination where we ripped apart their centrifuges by I mean the spin out of control why there while the control room said that the I centrifuges all spending at the correct RPM's I'm fine with great cyber ops I am fine if we can screw up the Iranians day mind the seams and allegedly were hearing from numerous reports that we did carry out of cyber operation against the wrong and this was in retaliation to the Saudi I I'll oil facilities being attacked and blamed on Tehran SO two US officials told Reuters on the condition of anonymity that the operation took place in late September at a target hardware Mohammed Javad Zarif general me who is Ross minister communications and information technology responded by saying they must have dropped it so they're trying to play it Korean cool in another dear brother rolled up that they think they attacked us they must address so that's their position the Pentagon's not talking as a matter of policy of operational security we do not discuss cyberspace operations intelligence for planning according to a Pentagon spokesperson I have a strike appears it says to have been more limited than other such operations against Iran after the downing of the US drone in June I would I would go full full all out I'd like to just destroy their complete infrastructure for computers in the country and the ability for the of the regime to communicate with the revolutionary guard corps the could forces this week got it do something so hopefully that will continue all right let's grab Jim who is in Nova Scotia but you get a whole you're from Florida but you're in Nova Scotia right now is that it Jim Hart yeah hi yeah.
"minister communications" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"On his presence as the government and Debbie is often Cordelia negotiations about and you don and sales tax to replace the current ten year deal which expires in twenty twenty will quickly Missy C. expects it to be concluded off the next month's election I spoke to him at the World Economic Forum in Africa in Cape Town. we are so dependent on diamonds. make good sense of our GDP. I mean you. eastern diamond exports and now biggest market. please yes the United States of America and China is also having markets cutting image here is so down to be seen well the down prices have gone down the appetite for procurement is going down. the diamond company he's seventy interface some challenges I mean to see themselves as the banking sector is not mean as India has not been as forthcoming but we think this is just temporary that is Mr trump and China can can can perhaps do it to you you have a big relationship with to be is on time in sales tax. is coming up for discussion and we knew of how those negotiations going. was quoted as our relationship is. now what does that mean well it means that we set an agenda to read to toll. we hold a first round of negotiations everything is going as planned so far the contents of the negotiations I certainly want to I would not share with you what I said you what needs to be improved. will be the first and most important thing the news if you win this election one to improve in that in that relationship well we need to improve the profitability or. the business. for both ourselves that means a bigger share. what's on as it improvement for both of us. so great to return so both of us. duration of a new relationship do you have an ideal length of time that that might be. no no no no no that's the. Virginia two parties I mean right now we're going to go into an election yes and so I don't imagine would finish anything before the election but certainly if the election inform you finished are you confident about winning an election at the moment. as I as Mount Everest. yeah that confidence it's also my take it's a done deal it's done do you fall in love in common that's that's not going to play well in the polls is is I know but you know. he. in our personal capacities and I. was on one of the poles. the influential. we have parties that are behind us. the P. technologies. is the party that's fighting this election if you win the election and a couple of weeks time what's going to be the fast and major policy to give them to my. I would adjust your question when I win the election when you in the last. you know what where I come from I don't tend progress if and when you win the election when I was naive enough time to think of the answers so what's up with that September the agenda is to really I'm. the pace. the posture. all of the public service of our institutions. isn't sector social services our health sector infrastructure and Israeli adjustments in government so I have for instance have. the selection of the promise that I would speak to ministries currently existing and one of them would be the kind of means of transport and communications and there'd be dedicated minister communications whatever you call it communications and I would bring itself to the.
"minister communications" Discussed on FT Politics
"Your interests. Try and stay on the sinking ship. You wanna find. The life. Raft and get off it. I think also one thing that I found quite interesting. Was this idea of introducing dangling? The possibility of another Brexit referendum really annoyed. The Scottish Tories because partly what they've been trying to Scotland to say, once you've had a referendum. You don't have another and to undermine Ruth Davidson camp in that way in the lead up to another lecture test on Thursday, was also a really bad move, because one person we didn't mention David Mundell, the Scottish Secretary who was one of the, as you said, anguish people about this because he just made it very clear that if you're talking about second Brexit referendum, you're talking about the second Scottish, independent referendum, and that I think was a factor in all this to absolutely. And, you know, every time MRs may now appears on one of these podiums undone, if the last time, she says the conservative and Unionist Party and that move dangling. The possibility of that second referendum was completely undermining the unionist conservative cause in Scotland as they saw it. So they were furious and Jill. On Wednesday and Thursday. There was still a pretty divided Downing Street because there were people in that who was saying to MRs may, you can still get through this. You can still have one last crack at delivering Brexit, and other people saying it's over some pretty toyed scenes in there. Yeah. We heard the council shouting at each other inside the bunker and some people be give the prime minister's communications chief seemed to be the last person. She accept the game was up. There were briefings to the BBC on Thursday morning. The prime minister was going to publish her Bill and Friday that the votes in the house of Commons in the first week of June within three hours of being abandoned completely the whole thing of being canned. But I'm told in the end there was a sort of a consensual mood. And by the time we got to thirsty evening prime minister retreated to Sonning to constituency home in Berkshire with a husband to sort of map out the final choreography came back to London on the Friday morning, and I'm told the when she went back in through the famous black door. She was distraught. There were. People clapping back into the building. Interesting very marked contrast to the way that David Cameron went back into number ten things we humming whistling, a jaunty Choon. I thought it was a really vivid contrast David left the country and the conservative party in this mess with his Brexit referendum. On the prime minister spent three years, trying to clear up the mess and ultimately failed going back into number ten in tears. David Cameron gone back in coming to you thought it was a really stark contrast. Here's one number ten advise, attacks me say the mood was fragile and frantic this morning, which I think sums up where it was at. So now onto find Miranda when we know that MRs may was going to see grey and Brady this morning, and it was expected, he would say to do you want to do this, the easy way or the hard way..
"minister communications" Discussed on KGO 810
"Sense of it all on K G O eighteen. The Middle East is a chessboard. There is no certainty of the next move. Therefore, we're very pleased to welcome Burma. The senior vice president of the American foreign policy council to sort out the move the tonnage China made it through snowpack has national oil company it closed, according to the Wall Street Journal a three billion dollar deal for Iranian oil. It closed it in its own terms. For example, it is obliging Iran to by Chinese equipment to develop the field. There are other ways that it's pressing his advantage over on semi question. Do a lot of very good evening to you is has the sanctions regime that the US is impose harsh shanks regime has that flip the relationship between China and Iran. So the China is now commanding and Iran is dealing good evening to you how good evening. Hi, John, Malcolm. So I think that's an excellent question. And I think the short answer is. Yes. And. Its most dramatic because of how much of a reversal it. Actually, if you look at China's own sources of energy right China runs. Widening deficit in terms of domestic production versus how much it imports from abroad and China has been deeply deeply dependent on Iran. In fact, you know, the sort of the shorthand is that if you want to really squeeze Iran's oil trade all roads lead to China without Chinese participation the sanctions, simply won't work, and the Chinese are they're taking advantage of the waivers. They got from the Trump administration to really as you said flip the script to really alter that relationship in their favor. Iran is weekend. Iran's trading partner has diminished as a result of US sanctions in China is now in a much more advantageous position than it was before in that energy relationship. Iran now needs China, maybe more than China needs, Iran. So we've seen a lot of articles recently about China Israel relations. I saw today in announcement molest eighteen months a dozen Chinese investment offices have been opened in Israel, representing Beijing Kong Changcai. Zhou other places looking for mutual investments in the cooperation projects. So you have warned about Israel has been warned by series of fficials who visited including John Bolton. Most recently questioning them about the management particularly of the port of Haifa, but not exclusively. So what he see what's China invited to take over the operations of the port is it really that important and posed a danger to strategic interests of both countries. So I this is a really interesting question, and it's one that's really been under the radar so far. But these rallies are waking up to the fact that they essentially have a threefold problem because these rallies have thrown open their doors to all sorts of foreign investment, you know, under the sales pitch that they are a global innovation hub, which they are. And the Chinese have invested in a major way in. In two thousand fifteen the Shanghai International ports ports group signed a multibillion dollar deal to refurbish the port of Haifa under that deal. The modernization is happening. Now that's going to be done by twenty twenty one. And after that for a quarter century that the Chinese will have the rights to administer day-to-day operations at the port. That's a huge problem because hype as in just a commercial trading hub. It's also a key fixture of the US is really relationship with the place where the US navy docks. It is the focal point four joining training between the US and Israeli navy until the Pentagon has started war warning about the fact that it might have to limit or even eliminate port. Visit if the Chinese are in control of operation of the port because of security concerns, but on top of that there's a worry among US makers that the Chinese investment has allowed Chinese companies. And most I would say the vast majority of Chinese companies are not independent entities right there, state controlled or state influence to penetrate. These really tech sector very people up to a quarter of these Rayleigh tech sector. The US government estimate is now penetrated Angkor controlled by China, and that's a huge worry because there's a lot of sensitive joint projects particularly defense industrial projects that are underway between the two countries. Right. So those of these fronts. There's real concerns about what China's doing and the third prong is that these railways don't have regulatory authorities. The way the US the US has a commission called agency body called stiffest committee on foreign investment in the United States, which get the vet deals like this. But these really don't have anything like that. And so there's a lot of concern among the Trump administration officials that what they're looking at is an increasingly penetrating, increasingly co-opted, Israel, and that's a a realization of going to begin to circumscribe cooperation, if these rarely aren't careful, and and I think they recommended the creation of a similar agency in Israel to monitor foreign investment. But it is not an issue limited Israel, increasingly spreading throughout the whole region and the world, and we know the Chinese reputation or high level technology companies like Wayne's CT who have been accused of stealing. Intellectual property, an acting as not a gathering here. So you're so diplomatic. I'm trying to. For the Chinese government. So. What? So what does Israel learned from these? How do they minimize the risk of at the same time welcoming the Chinese investment, which has proven in some instances to be very important to both and a mutually supportive of the companies on both sides. And with a great number of startups is increasingly important. No, that's exactly right. And one of the problems that we mentioned, what is the fact that Israel doesn't have a formal structure to debt investment like this Chinese or coming in in a big way the Israeli tech. High tech sector is estimated at something like four billion dollars annually, which is small potatoes for China, but it is a booming sector, and it's something that's growing rapidly. And so it needs greater regulatory oversight. The other problem that you have is that Israel is increasingly a government of what the the prime minister is therefore venture, and he is the defensive. So there isn't this sort of usual process of having cabinet officials push back against decisions like they're right there. There's a very streamlined decision-making process. But it doesn't always work in favor of security because there isn't necessarily a second opinion that might contradict that if the prime minister. Communications minister. So he's able to get all three far mister prime minister defense minister onto the same table. The. But as I was saying, it's not limited to Israel. We know that China is talked about taking an active role in the reconstruction of Syria and getting into the Tripoli port of Lebanon. So is this part of the their belt road initiative a global Butler initiative, not just in the in the region, and how does Israel Lebanon, Syria play into that. If that is the case. Well, it's interesting to the belt and road is I think misnomer because it's many belts in its many roads. The Chinese are giving away pretty speculative loans translates it's gone out of style. And so, you know, everybody from from Israel to Belarus to Lebanon are beginning to benefit. But look, I think the Chinese are trying very hard to move around in a space, economically the way Russia is in the Middle East, and they're they're making pretty significant gains. And because they are they're creating a secondary. Problem for the United States. And it's one really that American policymakers don't appreciate yet. I don't think adequately. It's the fact that you know, a couple of years ago, the head of the NSA Keith Alexander talked about how Chinese intellectual property theft in the United States amounted to the greatest transfer of wealth in modern history. Chinese had appropriated according to the US government something like seven times the scope of the library of congress in terms of cofer patents secrets while they're beginning to their side that they're beginning to do the same thing among US allies like Israel, and what that's going to do over time. It's going to impact the solidity of US relationships abroad US alliances abroad. And that has a pretty significant effect in terms of what the US can plan to do in the Middle East and Europe because increasingly Chinese penetration is going to begin to compromise or at least influence the scope of those partnerships. There was an article in the most attornal today suggesting that Germany was confronting while way as aggression, and is considering banning my way from Germany, the five G networks, the whole thing is this a fresh turn here does this mean if terminal is going to do it. I mean, we know all the five is except Canada have signed onto banning while way, or controlling it is this the beginning of a new way to treat China, the none of the olds laissez faire. But in fact, responding to it as a foul. Well, I it's an interesting turn of events. Certainly. I think you know, to put it diplomatically. I think it's a more sober reading of what China's trying to do in the intelligence realm through entities like wow, way, right? Because while wave not a private entity. It's one that's very cool, though, as a creature is a creature of the PLA. Yes. Exactly. Right. And I think, you know, the the German moves their salutary, I'm actually much more concerned about wow way, penetration of eastern Europe. Because places like Poland are much more vulnerable and not not completely separately. Polling is the site in just a couple of weeks of the major confab on US strategy against Iran. And so know they're real concerned about, you know, the Chinese getting the inside track on what the US and its allies are planning to do what they're coordinating. Obviously, China's not a frankly party of these discussions. One more detail here China's been identified as an adversary by the United States is that news to China. Are they shocked by this you love or do? They did they accept the fact that this was eventually going to happen. We have about thirty seconds. I think is. Not shocking to the Chinese because the Chinese are increasingly themselves thinking in that direction. The old dang Xiaoping adage of speak softly, invite your time. That's clearly that time has passed under the new president under president Xi Jinping, China's increasingly imperial increasingly acting aggressively abroad, I think they know there's going to be a push back against that. Like, I think they're ready for Nealon bourbon of the American foreign policy council, whereas a senior vice president, Malcolm Hoenlein,.
"minister communications" Discussed on Between The Lines
"The. Welcome to between the lawns on Tom Switzer. We'll have you recovered from last week's shenanigans in Cambridge. And do you think the press has been too soft on Malcolm Turnbull after all he was on popular over a long period of Thanh? And let's not forget he came to power as he lifted a brutal. I fi we'll have to views on Malcolm, Turnbull and the media later on. We'll address one hundred days of Dr Mahattaya to what extent has Malaysia change stay with us for that. But I to federal politics to bar from Osco walled. One must have a heart of stone to watch Malcolm Kimble's, political death without laughing in twenty fifteen. He toppled Tony Abbott in premeditated and ruthless coup. Yet last week the assessment himself was fatally oft terminal as the sign goes live by the sword. And Dodd by the sword mind you. You to say the knives came out for him last week that'd be wrong. Some never put them away in the first place. So how will history judge the outgoing vigil member for win with the former environment minister communications minister. And of course, twenty ninth prime minister genita- Albertson is a columnist with the Australian newspaper, and Catherine movie is a political editor for the garden. You may recall Kettering was on the program month ago to talk about her new book called on disruption. Ladies welcome to between the lines. Hi, Tom, Janet, Wadi timbale attract the ire of some conservatives in and outside the potty room, Tom. I think they were three call raisins for Malcolm, Tambo's removal last week one was on policy, obviously. And again, it was on climate change. This is energy rather ironic that that would happen again. But it did. And then there was I think a lot of disappointment over. Malcontent both political teeny a- his political skills were wife. Oh, I think from the moment he came in. He was bouncing all over the place. There was no real understanding. I think for voters or anyone within the parties to way the government was going to be like ping pong watching those early days, lots of thought Babu's to say his political skills during the two thousand sixteen election, again was incredibly disappointing for those of us who thought that he would be better as prime minister than tiny Abbott. And then of course, they are fundamental differences over philosophy that I think have attracted the ire of many people within and without the party. And that is that I don't think that Malcolm Turnbull truly respected the liberal party as a proud tradition of bringing those two strands together, the small liberals, and the conservatives really was the Turnbull patchy now, given all of that Catherine Wadi conservatives put up with terminal for as long as I did. Well. I think I it's it's a bit more complex than the picture that Janet describes. Although I have a degree of Aleppo in some of the analytical points, I think with Turnbull it was like the generals always fighting the last war. He learned in two thousand and nine three better bitter experience that he was leading political movement, not a one man band. And I think he projected that into his prime ministership it probably too much for his own good now when the government of merge with a one seat majority after the last election, he didn't have a lot of room to move. He might a lot of compromises that really cost him. I think in the odds of voters let let's move this out of the prism of liberal party, civil war and voted some respect and look at it from that perspective. He met a lot of compromises and unfortunately for him in the end, his internal enemies would placate it. And I think that's the dynamic of the prime minister. She. In terms of Janet's points about him having a political teeny a- are totally agree that he's in a highly unusual political character, he's an individual in a herd. Enterprise. He didn't exhibit great instincts for politics. I think he always assumed that raisin was the default. When politics brings with animal spirits, he looked to be displaced in that environment. Because he would he would go to the raisin default that left him looking at on the hustings like he couldn't write a room it left team seeking compromise. Endlessly with colleagues that in the end, I didn't really wanna make in a why notwithstanding the the right? You know, sort of progressives on Emmett within the liberal party think I'll have this injuring image of Malcolm timbale, as prime minister is the reasonable man in a sea of unreason it right till the end he was pursuing his technocratic responses to complex problems in an age where populisms on the Roz this sort of a few things out of joint. As well. As
"minister communications" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Africa and it's a james coke know if anyone knee with it ended up well that's the big question that you know i'm really not is what they all slang the government is that more than two hundred cause of cle missing that's several fleet sit my book what happened was he will cool perhaps that none of course why don't was elected last year came into a fist last month and when two old and they found what she to numbers of cause that should've been on the presidency cooks simply couldn't be accountable roger so if the suggestion of the new government is blaming it's pretty discusses i think implicitly yes but haven't directly accused any officials the director communications of a presents a huge in on him wasn't saying it was this official flats official but essentially they're saying that should be more than three hundred cause week yeah yeah accounts for about a hundred of them where were these missing cause i'm a well with former officials at the old regime to spot a whole prices he's the only catching headline have a whole prices that's identifying more of this kind of thing more assets gonna missing yeah i think that's definitely the case as there's actually a committee that as being sets up to make sure said she despite get spot everything it should have because there's a bit of a history in gone of elections coming at changeover of all face and people hanging on to property the potentially belongs to the state at the has been a reaction from the people who where empower the form up information minister communications minister books oh man plummet told the pp see that the allegation was folks at eight also said that it was a convenient way for the new government to justify the purchase of new vehicle suck he suspect about to bite will go on in gunners he tipped political same but certainly a government saying that battle for the cause africa and it's a james couple a radio station in an area of syria control by is the miss minutes insisting ordered to stop playing music and get rid of its female news regis you know i think the manager of radio fresh fmam in rebel run into problems southwest of a let pipe with have.
"minister communications" Discussed on Off The Hook
"Should've should been an equal playing field and i think it's being guarded by that was it of a ten year old maybe that's the secret runaway we we have the the actions taken against russia and they're response first all they were there very concerned as to what might happen because and i'm a prudence internet advisor that's right inch an advisor sure man click meant go yeah like his password warned russians that their country could get quote entirely on plug from the world internet yeah i could happen and earlier in the week the russian minister communications work gonna draft of a new last designed as a protective measure for the most important state institutions it the effect of such measures could well play into afar terry in hands surprise as in the pennant political analysts dimitri our rush can told the daily beast prudence first move is to isolate rusher separate people from the world with a us ss style iron curtain except that this time the curtain is designed against the freedom of internet information and soviet times russians are also tell that they're on the other side the curtain the world this fall looking as rely ertz but the real surprise came with britain's reaction one of the most describe yours won the most spectacular should chips to moves of his political career announcing that russia would not be punishing any american children are closing any american touch as or anything like that are move that echoed michelle obama as they go low we go high putting announced we will not create problems for us diplomats will not excelled anyone we will not forever their.