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"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Ct dealer everybody got a distinguished guests. This morning He's the twenty-first surgeon general of the united states and he also was a nineteenth surgeon general appointed by president barack obama from two thousand fourteen to two thousand seventeen and prior to being appointed again as surgeon general. He served as co chair on president. Biden's corona virus advisory board. And today we're going to discuss. How covert nineteen. Vaccinations are the only way to end. This pandemic please welcome to the show. Dr virus murphy. How are you sir. i'm doing well. Thanks thanks for having me on. Listen we need to have you because there's such a debate going on today about the vaccine shooed you shouldn't. We now seem to build certain sector of the population. That's refusing the vaccine so we all know that covid nineteen has caused a lot of suffering for millions of americans. That's not up for debate. And many of us have lost family members to covert ninety including you. That's true sur. Could share that with us. Well you know up until a few weeks ago i was. You know. I was sharing from time to time. I've lost seven family members To covid nineteen. Just actually this past week. We lost two more family members. So you know. I'm also aware that i'm not that different. From a lot of people out there who have lost family and friends to this terrible virus. It's one of the reasons. I wanna see this pandemic end because we've just lost so many people over now. Five hundred and sixty thousand people in our country to this virus and so we got to put an end to it and it does turn out. The getting vaccinated is the the fastest surest path to get there Well i look man. We sorry for your loss. So many people in this country have lost loved ones. Which is which is kind of amazes me. At some of the reservations that people have about this vaccination. Now we've seen firsthand the sense of relief that being vaccinated can bring you because we've all been vaccinated on this show Dr murthy how all the vaccinations going so far in the us. Well i'm glad you asked in overall. It's it's going pretty well. I think it better than we could have anticipated at this point right now. More than one hundred fifty million people in our country have received at least one shot of the vaccine. That's more than fifty percent of all adults in america and would this many people what's been really interesting. Steve is that number two things. We learned one. Is that this continues to be a really effective vaccine if you look at people who are senior sixty five enough. It turned out that they've gotten back in in large numbers and the death rate has dropped by more than eighty percent and that population which is pretty extraordinary. And but what's also happened. Is that the safety profile. These vaccine has also remained really strong so very very few in the way of you know any serious side effects which is which is really good. That's what you want. You know as a doctor. I think about this in the context of the conversations. I've had patients over the years with him at their bedside trying to make decisions about what they should take in terms of and look. I think people out there questions about the vaccine. That's okay you feel questions. You should get answers to them. You should be careful right in full about what treatments. Who takes but the good news here is. You've got in this maxine something. That's really effective at preventing kovin and the side effects that you hear about because i know some people are worried about it you know. Blocking side effects side effects of most people experience actually are fever. Chills body aches heading into and those last under on the order of hours whereas protection you get last for months or maybe longer so the bottom line is that getting vaccinated is a is a fastest way really to get back to the people and activities. We love it. It has benefits that are really high to risks are really low. And that's a pretty good deal. You know as far as medicines indexing go. Let me ask you this. What puts the major things that we can do to help in this pandemic. what what what. What are the major things we can do was a great question even say the what makes me feel hopeful about the future is that we are in such a better place now than we were a year ago. We still by the way we still have too many infections going on per day on the average of forty thousand or more infections still every day in the united states but we have a way to turn this pandemic around. That's the vaccine. So that the keeping the we gotta do is number one get vaccinated ourselves number to turn around and look at the people in your life your family. Your friends people care about and ask them if they've got a plan to get back mid. We know that you know half the in this country who are waiting to get back into the conversation with a family member or friend could make the difference in what they decide to do. That means that you don't need to be a doctor or nurse to make a difference here. If you've got people in your life you care about you can make the difference in whether they get back later. Not so have a conversation with them if they want information health and get information If they want help finding a place to get vaccinated now it's really easy. He can go to vaccine dot gov just putting your your coat and then you can find places near you where you can get back. You can also text A number you can text equivalent of get back and you textures. If to that number and boom you can get three places right now cleared near you where you can get vaccinated or if you wanna do spanish. It's up on those six letters. Translated to digits texture coat. You know. get three places near you. So these are two simple things you can do get vaccinated and talk to your family and friends to help them get vaccinated if we do that. What will happen in country like is what we're seeing now in israel israel hit a interesting threshold. Now they're near. Sixty percent of the population vaccinated teeny matic drop across the country in in in infections. And now as a result they're able to open up more and more activities in their country. They're starting to get back to normal. That's what could happen here if we get more people back. That's how we can protect our community. Hey dr murphy hold on right there we're gonna take a break we're coming back we've got more with.
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"But here's my question because people ask me this all the time they say. Okay so mike lindell's putting out these these documentaries. He's putting out this information. When does the rubber meets the road. I mean if people ignore this information can listen for me. Even talking to you i catch such flack from people that get so angry. Why are you talking about these conspiracy theories. Why do you believe. Where's the evidence now. Obviously i believe in what we're talking about here but what amazes me. Is the vitriol coming from people. They're just furious that you would even be bringing this stuff up right well. Yesterday i went all around the country that i sat down trump with the end in august and i fully believe that myself. You'll be back in. But i will tell you what the plan is. The plan is this right now. I'm launching that. I that i documented this week tomorrow at noon then next week on lodging absolute interference that we out to. We're going to be launching. Absolute cover up okay. But now in the parallel track all the evidence that evidenced. Now we've checked out every ip address the ideas that the computers. We have everything that just came back yesterday. I'm so happy now. It's all we could right now. Bring it to the supreme court and they would go nine up in. This is turned. You know okay of length for those lawyers. We don't understand you say we could bring it to the supreme core and i'm gonna explain that the reason we're not okay the reason we're not everybody has because we've got some bad people on the supreme court that don't wanna look at jason. We have bad judges in this country. That don't wanna look at stop stolen when i decided to do this. Mike lindell now. Is i'm going to over the course of the next five weeks four to five weeks. I'm going to dump all this evidence for all to see every day on my new platform. Frank where the world can't suppress it. Where every single person. My audience i believe is a democrat democrat. That was while trying to attack this. This came in its foreign interference. They came in and stole this election. Through these machines dominion sparked attic. Everyone will get to see this over five weeks to berry. I have a coordinated plan here then. I'm also a glass counter. Suing are not counter-sting putting a lawsuit with my bill against doumanian counter-suing up the public for free speech for the first amendment rights. Were all doing this over. The course of five weeks just show the world all the evidence including nine people on the supreme court including their neighbors. Their friends everybody going did you see this. Did you see this. Did you see this. Every i promise you everyone. By the time this gives to the supreme court banned everyone in the world. Lord you say oh well you just accept the at then. Let me. just play devil's advocate. Because i wanna make sure. I understand this when you released absolute proof. It was the same thing in other words. You're you're putting it out there. Anybody can see just because anybody can see it. The hunter biden laptop. Anybody can see it. People don't wanna see it. They don't wanna look at it and it's like when galileo said just look through the telescope and you'll see what i see. They literally said to galileo. We refuse to look through your telescope. We don't want to see what you see. The evidence is there but there are people that just refused to look at it. They they did not cover the hundred biden laptop of didn't cover absolute proof because they refuse to look at it. We're well that's not true. One hundred fifty million people seen absolutely true now with this megaphone..
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy
"Without violence. Of course all. I can say as a potential positive. I don't know if this is helpful as like vladimir putin he is many things He's quite amazing. he can't he can't live forever. And i i think some moose in the past. He's not highlander. You know maybe putin. Now so i mean like i i have if you get young children now and sometimes it can be very hard and the only thing i can say to. My wife is all. I know for fact as will change. I don't know if it will be better or worse. I just know it will not be the same. It is right now and just got to get through to get through. What the next bit is you know. And sometimes when you're in the middle of it's kind of the only thing to help you get through both you know he. It's it's hard to know what when he does decide to depart from the world stage Wash it will be like a will come in general in thirty years. The things will definitely be something different however for now You see people. I personally frustrated and i share Charite with many many people across the country that there is we know there's no guarantee that Our alive Doesn't go doesn't go to shit tomorrow. You know because we'll always resources with all these You know With like every year of the we have to pay more and more and more and more for the for the water yes but at the same water Water protests changed changes country. Hasn't hasn't he had like the the amount of Like the amount of money we have to pay for for just for the services Is insane compared to what because of the to to what we sell the oil and gas and and for us and we don't even have a share in it even though it's kind our country so these people they're getting richer and richer every year. I mean our leaders sailing everything and we have to pay more and more you think. Our salaries are increasing Only moscow like the people outside of moscow. They are actually suffering even more. So it's twenty million against one hundred fifty million people you know what i'm saying and The guy the guy navalny he got the heels making these videos the investigations in basically calling out those people who stole the most like hugh he started asking questions. Why this this this. This person has such a huge show like amount of from Property and whatnot I think he's fair to ask. But these people being thieves as they are They don't want a this person to call them out. They don't want anybody else to know..
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on The World Next Week
"The case for schools are professional how schools dental schools medical schools nursing schools in saying to them. You know if you vaccinate those individuals they can help you with mass oxygenation nation clinics. So the end they have not been. They were not That was not spelled out in that in that faced distribution process. But now we're calling attention to it and this is another Advocacy point for folks on the call. You know if you have a dental school if you health professional schools on your campuses you can make that case for your public health authorities since a lot you know if you help us get these folks vaccinated. They can provide date. They would be a pool of human resource for you as you develop your mass mass nation clinics and as we get more vaccines in the pipeline to the public but lowering our Resistance to vaccines will be critical. And you know there are populations that are more likely to resist vaccination than others and we know that The african american population has holds a high degree of skepticism. About these. these things Based on you know historical events. And some i saw a very good. Psa done by howard university that featured leadership a student leader diverse population talking about why they're getting vaccinated vaccinated. You know kind of in front of the camera and to try to build that confidence in the community so that when that next thing becomes available people are ready and willing to accept it. Thank you So i'm going to go next to ray kozlowski. Who has its hand raised in. So we can accept the Prompt thank you. Hi ray kozlowski ham. I replogle science at the university at albany part of the suny system. And we're actually going to have a drive through mass vaccination beginning on our campus tamara. Great yeah and things move very quickly this week and seeing messages from our United university professions are union president. Franco cobol zane. Basically that when that definition of teacher was put out. Say you know. We won't college professors as well. What has happened is is that the state put out its list and it's for professors faculty who are teaching in person classes so that's the way it's working for us nephew teaching online now but for example our campus thirty thirty percent of our classes will be in person. Hybrid this spring. So but here's the thing that that's happened. Which is very as i said. It went very quickly but on tuesday. The guess it's phase one a went to including people sixty five and older with co morbidity and there's a website that you can sign up at the department of new york state artan health and friends of mine started to get in there. Some you know the one god appointment in march. And then if you missed out and didn't get in got booted out for whatever reason you waited another one. Got april and by tuesday night no more slots at at our at our university. They get out of versity through the state of health. I'm i'm somewhat skeptical about your suggestion that we might be able to evacuate students because as i understand it as a a has redefined and opened up to sixty five and older and so many states were up to about one hundred fifty million people who are eligible as this happens and i don't think the production rate is getting any anywhere near that to be able to handle that my question for you is actually about insides triaging and thinking about those prioritization could a negative anti body test be utilized in prioritizing because again it the questions somebody's had has in fact it has been infected with the crown virus perhaps as the nason damatic do they have some Sununu ready and perhaps should be prioritized for example again with some students if they have a negative antibody tests maybe that they haven't had covert for example right. Well that's certainly certainly an interesting thought. However i can tell you that in discussions with In presentations that i've heard from The fda the cdc. They said that to do any kind of testing to determine his qualified to get covid to get. The vaccine is not going to be practical or feasible that you know it adds another layer of administration resource and expense. So it's while it's an interesting proposition. It it's really not a feasible one. I share your concern about homage. Vaccine will be on the market by you know april may which would we we with commonly called the end of the spring term and But what we're saying. Is that the reason that that college students should be. Prioritized is because that's a mass migration event and that the advantage to vaccinating those students in terms of preventing infection and outbreaks in the communities to which they're returning in the countries they are returning to outweighs You know concerns about our outweighs. The idea that they're in in in the main healthy and You know their chances of sustaining serious consequences as a result of infection or not great. So we're making the argument is these people are highly mobile. They have the opportunity spread disease so its mass migration event we should. We should prioritize at now whether we'll have enough vaccine on the market who knows Maderna's promised eighty million doses for twenty twenty one Visors for low for less anat however were looking astra. Zeneca is pretty pretty close to ending their clinical trial and may be considered for a ua early and before the end of this month. I think that we need to get more vaccine in the pipeline. And it's going to take more than just pfizer madonna to do that. So yes i hear your concerns. I wonder about the feasability were saying is he was good. Reason to prioritize college students because of Because of.
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I remember this and joanie do you. Do you feel like an i. I'm putting on the spot. Do you feel like not enough enough school systems. Focus on civics the way they should high definitely feel that way. For a period of time. I was on the new jersey The state commission for social studies and with other social studies in us history educators. And i thought that. I did a lot especially as an attorney bringing that into the classroom and you know inspired me to do more civics education as you know has been under attack with this current administration. Yes real confusion as to what patriotism really means right and i have strive through the last two decades to get my students to be independent thinkers. Because it's very common to be in lockstep with your parents And that's fine because your parents give you guidance and values and they're right about almost everything but just understand why and not just fan lockstep. And it's like oh that's why my mom says so and so was a great legislator edges understanding the process as an educator. You don't of course ever given assignment without explaining why a student is doing something. It's not the days of. I was yeah into create lifelong learners and critical thinkers. You know it's interesting. One of the best teaching tools to really tremendous teaching tools. And they'd be surprising. I think to most people want is a big colorful map of the us. Former administrator sent over to me when i admired it on his office wall years ago and refer to it constantly when you talk his let's face it. Kids don't know geography. That well and i still get a little confused when it gets passed the midwest But the other is i have cardboard cutouts of the well. Now forty five presidents and The last president. After i purchase it so that was just something a student actually printed donald trump and put it up there and find the kids staring at his. We're talking about something else. Am i always 'cause i wanna know. What are you looking at. What questions shehab fascinated by presidential history. And i was thinking today about a lot of bad things that are going on right now. The location that we were talking about And what's being proselytized but on the other hand. It's making my students aware of the electoral college even much more than just two words for together and even though they're they don't understand it as well as adults do or people that are political junkies like i am it has much more meeting and resonates with them. So it's very interesting. So yeah prolonged when you i as relevant to creating good citizens gels -ticipant if there's anything that came out of this election addition to the result it's one hundred fifty million people plus yeah voted. That's wonderful heartwarming. To people who care about our nation aren't so you've already mentioned that your two siblings nonunion music very much. But your mom and dad weren't was were they big music fans growing my dad. It was a huge big band. Fan especially glenn. Miller remember was one of his favorites. Yom italian but music was a big thing. It boasts dad. She is at radio and my father passed away seven years ago. Six years ago he had the best memory investment of anybody i've ever met and even in his last few days. There's nothing that ever win. End wasn't still there. It's just truly amazing. So he could name every artist thir- label you know and the the hits and who the singers were in the big band and not a big band fan. So it's not. That know that carried on. But i will say that that was influenced music. I don't know. I think that i was born at a time. Obviously the beatles. When i was in elementary i remember the ed sullivan. Whatever abs after elvis that i remember the beatles and we do acknowledge the anniversary yesterday of Board years of john lennon passing. My oldest sister received a gift at her grade school graduation. I guess it would have been. Yeah and so. I was probably in third grade and it was a am. Radio that was shaped like the globe globe and at the talk was an airplane. And you turn that to tune it. And i sneak into a room and take it from under her bed and listen to what. Wabc in your and wabc. At christmas week between christmas and new years would you atop one hundred countdown so know pop. Music gone before. Fm radio and i would write them down on acre in the center. Self addressed stamped envelope. Ben and they would send you the preprinted lists and counting down the top ten songs of the year with such a big deal. I think that that really had the fact that music was in my house was one thing but in another thing i think really is that the time i was born with kurdish invasion and the advent of rock and roll know emanating are in bay i did use to catch and enrichment classes full history of rock and roll and we call them off shots at t teaching and one of the most memorable golf shots is when a student would say this is back in the cd era so again. A sanction history That they would ask for a bob dylan. Compilation is to do a segment with songs. Tell a story like the record. Edmonds of gerald hurricane was the reason. People boys especially loved. Bob dylan or playing alice's restaurant right before thanksgiving when the kids. Oh my dad. And i listened alice's restaurant that's i don't know why that matter to me. Maybe sick should have mattered. I think does and all of my classes after after.
Officials could approve 2nd COVID-19 vaccine by Moderna soon
"The united states set a record for cova cases for a second day in a row yesterday. Nbc news data shows more than two hundred forty. Three thousand new cases were reported while the covert tracking project report. Some one hundred fifteen thousand people are currently hospitalized with the virus. The us nearly set a new high for deaths as well. Thirty two hundred ninety three reported yesterday. Just five of the record number reported on wednesday but more relief could be on the way the united states is on track to approve a second corona virus vaccine after an independent panel to the food and drug administration recommended. Emergency use authorization for the moderna vaccine yesterday. Members of the vaccines and related biological products. Advisory committee voted twenty two zero in favor of authorization with one abstention. The fda is expected to agree with the recommendation in an official capacity. Could be as soon as today joining us now. Infectious diseases physician and medical director of the special pathogens unit. At the boston university. School of medicine. Dr in the he'd be delia. Nbc news and msnbc medical contributor. Dr padilla it's good to see you. How significant is the modern news to go in the back last week of the pfizer authorization. Although it's another tool in our toolbox moderna vaccine the advantages of it are actually store that much much higher temperatures making distorted most of the freezers bridges that hospitals and clinics usually absent additionally gonna be helpful in areas that made me maybe do not have that infrastructure to be able to store the visor vaccine. So that's one thing that the reason maderna's saw a twenty two zero compared to pfizer that some people turn down the vote was actually. The madeira vaccine is looking for Emergency authorization for those over eighteen years of age whereas the pfizer had the sixteen and seventeen year olds as part of their horton. Some of the members of the committee. The fbi independent committee had an issue with so few number of people in that age for pfizer. It's good news. The one thing that will point out that together with either madonna. Us little if everything goes plan that secured about hundred and fifty million a vaccination spur one hundred fifty million people. So that's about half of our country a little less than half of our country and so we're really still waiting astrazeneca's data as well as bouncing johnson stated in january. That's going to help. Fill the gap. So dr brasilia. How is this rollout going. As we hit the end of the week aired started on monday with those historic pictures of nurses being injected in new york city and the day later in new jersey and across the country. Is it going as planned. They make tweaks where the things that need to change to. Make sure this gets quickly to the people who need it. So for the most part it's been smooth you know. Of course got the winter storm here in the northeast and as far as i know hasn't caused any delays. That definitely sort of tells you the number type of variables that could be out of our control that could affect the future least particularly with the winter coming around. I'm getting my next the This morning at nine o'clock in our own hospitals in boston by smoothly but there are reports that pfizer saying that has doses in the warehouse. But it's looking for guidance on how to get the liberty that's one question about what's going to happen with the upcoming doses in the next couple of weeks because some hospitals are reporting. They've now been told by their state. There's going to be getting up your doses. So the the data about what. What exactly is going on. There is still here
Amazon and Walmart are circling around each other
"Amazon has been a monster during this pandemic as evidenced by it's huge profits big gains in its share price as we're all pretty much dependent on Amazon for seemingly everything but Walmart wants to get in on this and it's got new program called Walmart plus what is it Walmart plus is basically Walmart's. For lack of a better term watered down version of Amazon prime. It started as a grocery delivery program called delivery unlimited an guests they saw enough traction they saw enough benefit from it they decided to expand. It and call it Walmart plus. So now instead of just grocery deliveries includes toys, it includes electronics basically everything that you would expect to find at a Walmart store because largely that's where they're shipping from shipping from your local Walmart stores and is it How much does it cost? What are you getting just free shipping or are there any other perks? What exactly is the Plus Element of this is ninety eight dollars a year you can also pay about thirteen dollars a month. If you WanNa go that route the perks are as fast as same day shipping I know that's a little vague so it can be fastest same day, but maybe sometimes it's not. there's also a fuel discount up to five cents on fuel at certain places including Walmart fuel locations Murphy. And the last one, what is the last one? It's it's the scannon go thing in the Walmart APP. So you can use your phone to scan and scan different items than skip the checkout line altogether. So it's like a nice feature for the APP but is that worth one hundred dollars a year? I'm not really sure then again, I don't really think. That the entire program is quite yet. Up to snuff against Amazon prime obviously, yeah. Sorry. Rigs that scanning go things. So if you're physically in the store, you scan a product, just take it take it out of the store with is that how it works apparently yes. That was how is it explained to me? I haven't tried it before but apparently that's how it works I. It it off. The bat sounds like it could have some complications because some people will be scanning. Go customers in a store and some people won't be. So I guess they're going to have to like check receipts or check your phone as you're leaving by That's obviously a nice benefit especially during the coronavirus pandemic by are people really going to want this program? Are they gonNA want to spend one hundred dollars a year for it obviously if you use Walmart a lot especially for delivery. Maybe it could be worth for you but otherwise people a lot of people more than one hundred, fifty, million people already use Amazon prime for similar services.
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"For president trump and that's why rusher is helping you you'll have Elizabeth Warren also took a shot at Sanders on one of his signature issues saying she'd make a better president I dug in I thought the big banks I build the coalitions and I won well Joe Biden offered a prediction by rain wind South Carolina this debate marked the last time before polls open in South Carolina Saturday and next week on super Tuesday for candidates to make their arguments for the hundreds of delegates I could swing this race soccer colonel Scott the debate last night on CBS and in a former vice president burnt Joe Biden blasted up to senator Sanders for his support in two thousand seven of a bill to exempt the gun manufacturers from liability Biden claimed that since that time gun violence in the U. S. has killed one hundred fifty million people the center for American progress says the number is actually less than four hundred thousand one hundred fifty new cases of the corona virus have been reported in South Korea there are no more than twelve hundred diagnoses there one of them an American soldier who is self isolating an off base apartment in China another fifty two people have died from the virus pushing that total BL twenty seven hundred nearly all of the this nearly sixty cases in the United States are people who were infected in Asia health and Human Services secretary Alex ETS are telling a Senate appropriations subcommittee hearing yesterday the immediate risk to the general American public remains low but as we have warned that has the potential to change quickly.
Strategist Steve Schmidt Discusses Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump
"Do you think that Bernie Sanders is the biggest threat to your president trump? Right now I do think so I would say that the biggest threat to president trump is president trump. What do you mean by that? Well if he's on his game as he was at the state of the Union there's a candidate in the country that can beat them if there is a second choice of than himself it would be Bernie Sanders Bernie. Sanders brings out outside game in a similar fashion. That president trump did in two thousand sixteen interesting moment there with Tim. Scott of South Carolina Senator Bernie Sanders coming off a big win in Nevada. And on Saturday we will come to what is only. Let's remember the second primary of the political season. Let's talk about the state of our politics with us. Now Steve Schmidt a veteran former Republican strategist us since left the Republican Party. But he's here with US tonight. That's all we care about. Let's take them one at a time. Let's start with the Republicans. Start WITH SENATOR. Scott's point the biggest risk to donald trump is donald trump because we just had shannon petty peace with with a straight face as a reporter. Say It's another one of these crises corona virus. That trump didn't start himself. Well Look Tim. Scott is correct. I mean the person that is always created the most powerful for Donald trump politically is is donald trump but since his acquittal by the Senate as he's purging the government of anybody he thinks is disloyal as he is taking his revenge is he is a visceral rating the rule of law in unprecedented fashion. Interfering in criminal cases the Department of Justice his poll numbers are going up and so he is consolidating power at an alarming rate in doing so liberally. Let's talk about the Democrats and as we do. I WanNa play the Clip Bernie. Sanders campaign manager. Came on with Chris Hayes earlier on this network tonight. We'll look at that one of the reasons that I love and fight for Bernie Sanders. There's integrity and honesty. You get with him and what that means is when you ask them a direct question he gives you a direct response comes from his heart from his soul. Tells you exactly what he's thinking right and that means that sometimes you may disagree with his perspective but you know he's he's shooting straight with. He's not playing a political game. So when you ask them about. Hey how about Cuba and the Castro? Oh well he's an authoritarian. He's engaged in human rights abuses however there were some good things that happened in Cuba. We should acknowledge those two. And that's an honest answer and then other people will play political games. And that's why for instance Chris. I think over the course of this campaign. We've benefited from the fact that his stray shooting his integrity. His honesty rises above other people's efforts to try to offer political barbs and try to throw cheap shots in the kitchen sink at him that were tonight and at a CNN town hall and the last hour people to judge just said in effect here. We are as a party. We're talking about Fidel Castro. Indeed and they are and you look at travesty of a debate if you're in the business of wanting to remove Donald Trump from office. The one thing that wasn't talked at all about in that debate was trump or trumpism and so the campaign managers talking about Bernie Sanders Integrity. Is he showing integrity by not releasing his medical records? Is he showing transparency and integrity by not talking about the Price Tag associated with student? Loan Forgiveness Free Pre pre K. daycare for everybody. And there's no price tags on any of this. It's a dishonest progressivism. That's NO DIFFERENT THAN DONALD. Trump's dishonesty talking about the Mexican paid for wall it's all fantasy and so when Bernie Sanders goes out there. He starts talking about well. Here's the good sides of Fidel Castro. I think it's important to understand that there might be a constituency for that in this country but it's a really small one and it's certainly not enough to get you into an electoral college majority to win the White House. And it certainly dooms your chances in Florida. How do you process the fact that tomorrow night? We're going to have seven people on stage. Two of them are billionaires. Two of them look at real double digit poll numbers knowing that money bought those poll numbers not some inner need to have them as our next president. How do we process that well? I think they're two different cases right so first off. Mike Bloomberg was the mayor of New York City for twelve years and by any objective standard. He was one of the most competent successful leaders of large government anywhere in the world over the last quarter century. He was a profoundly successful mayor. I think it's a mistake for Democrats to attack. Somebody like Mike. Bloomberg who grew up in a middle-class circumstance and is a self made man is one of the country's greatest philanthropists and I disagree with him on a number of different issues but if you are invested in progressive causes. It's hard for me to think of anybody who has done more to advance progressivism whether it's on gun issues whether it's on climate then has Mike Bloomberg so the notion that Mike Bloomberg is on that stage somehow illegitimately is not something that I really understand. Tom Steyer has been an activist in American politics. Now for some period of years he has communicated a message. He's gotten the requisite poll numbers to be on the stage. The question will be after the South Carolina primaries. If you have eight moderate Democrats all of whom might have a greater chance of beating Donald Trump and does Bernie Sanders? Will some of those candidates get out of the race to help coalesce support around the strongest? Moderate candidate? Poor the issue right now in the Democratic primaries you cannot make an objective judgement and say Bernie Sanders is going to go down to Donald Trump in the swing states on the basis of poll numbers because the poll numbers. Don't support that in those states. But when you look at Bernie Sanders positions that we should criminalize illegal immigration. That we're going to take health insurance away from one hundred fifty million people who have private health insurance a of other issues the type of rhetoric that you saw him use on sixty minutes talking about Castro. All of these issues come together. In a way that I think objectively with James Carville said is disqualifying for somebody running for president in somebody. Who'S LIKELY TO LOSE TO DONALD TRUMP and I think that's what you're saying. A lot of panic in the democratic electorate in the democratic officeholder class in these days really focused on Steve Schmidt always a pleasure. Thank you for
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Is here with three big things you need to know number one board Michael Bloomberg has won the votes of a tiny New Hampshire community that's among the first to cast ballots in the presidential primary Dixville notch is five residents cast their ballots just after midnight Bloomberg received three write in votes one from a Republican and two from Democrats the remaining votes went to Pete booted judge and Bernie Sanders never to the justice department says it is tracked a massive theft of Americans personal information to the Chinese military for Chinese have been formally charged accused of breaking into the computer networks of Equifax and stealing the personal information of nearly one hundred fifty million people in two thousand seventeen number three the Pentagon says the number of US service members diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries had shot up to more than one hundred as more troops after the after effects of the Iranian ballistic missile attack early last month in a rock the department says the latest total is one hundred nine at nearly seventy have returned to duty elsewhere the justice department is ramping up its fight against states and municipalities that adopt sanctuary policies to protect unauthorized immigrants from deportation with new lawsuits against California New Jersey in king county Washington Attorney General William Barr they have put in place policies and laws designed to for the ability of federal officers to take custody of these criminals the moves follow a freeze on new enrollments and renewals and certain trusted traveler programs for New York state residents which was announced last week a gunman is dead and two police officers were injured following a shooting at a wal Mart in eastern Arkansas yesterday forest city police chief Dion Lee offices responded.
iPhone 11 -- here's what we know
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com in. Stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners. If it's mid august it's time to dip. Put our attentions towards those new phones. I'm jefferson graham. You're listening to talking tech. Let me fill you in the latest date that many people believe leave that apple will have their event is on september tenth at the apple campus in plano three new phones to replace the three phones. It came out in two thousand eighteen. The ten are is expected to be replaced by something that will be called the iphone eleven the iphone ten han s will be replaced so they say by the iphone eleven pro and the top of the line tennis max ax will now be called the iphone eleven max pro who's excited so many analysts have actually predicted that they're really cool. We'll radical new redesigned iphone will be out in twenty twenty with a five g. model not so these new phones which will probably be more of the same <hes> least. That's what the analysts are saying so. It's hard to get really excited unless they surprise us. I mean samsung. Mm song is releasing the world's biggest note ever at six point eight inches. That'll be out real soon. That's exciting. It's possible that iphone eleven max pro will be bigger than ever. I know i'd be excited about that. And of course the things that i really want is a all day battery and unbreakable screen show. Tell me that the biggest changes to the new phones are expected to be a faster processor and three cameras instead of two. Maybe not on all the models but certainly the top line models similar to what you're getting on the galaxy and the note phones three cameras a super wide a wide in a medium telephoto which is really a portrait lens to x. as photographer. I can't wait <hes> <hes> as i've heard from many of you you can wait. <hes> you're going to be holding onto your phones as long as possible because he's phones are so expensive but who knows maybe apple will really help us and get us super excited. I'll be there with the latest outfielder you in. I'm jefferson graham. You've been listening to talking tech. I'd love to hear from you. Look for me. On twitter where i'm at jefferson graham please subscribe to talking tech or every listener online audio and i'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech these days businesses of all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you wanna make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools. You need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online email marketing tools and a custom domain to name a few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your site any way you want plus. Everything is optimized for any device so you'll look great on on desktops and mobiles alike join the over one hundred fifty million people already using wicks and build a professional website of your very own today and if you go to wicks dot com uh-huh and use our code talking you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks dot com promo code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
ICYMI: Long Distance Love
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com in. Stay tuned after the show to here. Are you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners all right. So what do you do when the person person you love is not in the same city. You know there's an app for that. There's technology. There's hardware believe it or not and madeleine purdue do you has just written a big piece about it and she is here to tell you all about it patty yeah so you know depending on the way you see fit for your relationship. There's something out there for you. Whether it's an app that you you know a no what the weather is <hes> in your significant others city <hes> uh-huh and you want everything in this up to just be about you too or you know. There's <hes> bracelets that you can send each other. <hes> you know <hes> like touch messages ages through <hes>. There's a hugging shirt that yes it hugs you when your significant other wants to hug from miles away there's just about everything and so when you're sitting at your desk here at u._s._a. Today and you're writing a story and all of a sudden. The shirt sturt squeezing on you. How do you feel really good question. I wasn't able to test out the shirt unfortunately lately but i imagine that <hes> that would freak me out a little bit. I feel it'd be like a surprise every time. I don't know how i feel about that. You feel about the bruce lee. The bracelet was okay. <hes> it was a little finicky so i think i if you want something more consistent. You might want to stick to something else but but <hes> i personally can't imagine wearing something solely dedicated to this one thing but <hes> you know what you want and your relationship. There's no need to you. You know think about what other people think about you. The products that you looked at what was your favorite. The friendship lamps were by far my favorite <hes> they are lamps that you can just touch them and <hes> they will pop up wherever your significant other jose with a fun color. <hes> may really pretty. It's not invasive into you your everyday life <hes> it fits in with the decor because it's very minimalistic and i thought it was just a lot of fun to play around with and the stupidest okay probably the pillow talk speaker. <hes> it's a speaker that you put underneath your pillow and it plays your partners heartbe <hes> <hes> wherever they are they're sleeping and they have the wristband on and it's not stupid because the concept it's <hes> the thing that i didn't like about is how difficult it was to integrate into everything everything so. It must connect your phone through the headphone jack well. I'm an iphone user. I don't have a headphone jackson's okay. I have to get a dog or something else and then <hes> i and then there's some other complications with a and it just didn't seem like all that trouble to go through when you can if that's something that you want to do you can call them facetime and fall asleep that way you could also record joe's heartbeat the next time you see him. I'm going to skip out on that but you know you do you. That's what's you're into. That's good for you. <hes> okay so you look all these products and the one you liked the most was the lamp regulated by it. <hes> it's a little pricey. It's one hundred fifty dollars per se <hes> maybe as a gift for a special occasion but it's not something that i would buy ah on on the whim just because i wanted to do it but there are other options on amazon who which are similarly priced so. It's not something you want to buy directly from the the developer. There's other people you can buy through amazon from two. It solved the problem. Any of these products solve the problem. The problem is i wish i was in the room with with that person. I would say yeah. I think it's i think it's a different way to show that this. This is what how i think of it. It's showing that you're thinking of that person because texting and phone calls and face timing is such a you know everyday thing that it's a different way to shows instead of. Tell that you're thinking about someone so i would say yeah. I think that it was kind of nice to be like this. Is something different that not everybody has. There's different grant tools that are specific to our relationship all right madeline purdue checkout her piece on u._s._a. Today dot com and <hes> if you have questions for for at madeline purdue with the u. on twitter. I'm at jefferson graham with an a. and thanks for listening everyone. Please subscribe to this talking tech wherever you listen to online audio and i'll be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world attack these days businesses of all sizes need an online presence. It's whether you're an established name brand new startup or something in between you wanna make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools. You need to create create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online email marketing tools and accustomed domain to name a few you wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your sight anyway. You want plus. Everything is optimized for any device so you'll look great on desktops and mobiles alike join the over one hundred fifty million people already using wicks and build a professional official website of your very own today and if you go to wicks dot com and use our code talking you'll get ten percents off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage orig- free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks dot com promo code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
Photowalking in Oahu
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com in. Stay tuned after the show to here. Are you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners. Hey everyone. I am in hawaii this week. As we speak so today's talking tech podcast is all about what i've been doing the past few days photo walking. I'm jefferson graham. If you haven't caught any of my tho walks custodes on youtube they're all about going to great places and where to find the best photo spots along with tips on how to get the best shots cer- right now. I'm on the island of a wa who in hawaii. I came here to photograph my friend's wedding and have been exploring the island for three days. How do i figure out the best parts in town photograph. When all i've done is parachute in research research. I look at the websites blogs google images postcards brochures in a talk to everybody. I can that ranges from the local lifeguard who i usually knows more than anyone else in a beach community to my new found friends on a hike because we're all after the same thing into worthy shots here in hawaii that means killer morning sunrise and sunset shots massive waves surfers in the local scene on the islands. Nothing beats getting up really early like we're really really early to be ready to watch the sun pop up out of the water seemingly and spread massive colors all over the place. That's that's something. I just don't see back in california. I'm used to seeing the sunset not the sunrise over the water. It's a big kick now. This photo walks episode which is being edited it as we speak is actually more of a road trip as you have to drive from place to place to get to the best spots on the island of awadh who i skipped downtown honolulu altogether to just focus on the other side of town because that's where most of the great shots are beyond some waves resorts which of course you'd find in waikiki. The video should be posted within about two weeks. If you're anxious just hit me up on twitter for an update. I'm at jefferson graham same monicker that you could find for my youtube channel just look for at jefferson graham on youtube to see all the photo walks from europe. Japan and hawaii southern california cities like laguna beach and dana point to pacific northwest gems like newport oregon in port townsend washington. Everyone thanks for listening today's podcast you can find me as i said on twitter at jefferson graham. Please subscribe wherever you listen to online podcast and i'll be back tomorrow from california with another quick hit from the world of tech these days businesses of all all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you wanna make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll oh find all the tools. You need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online email. Marketing tools was in a custom domain to name. A few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your sight anyway. You want plus. Everything is optimized for any device so you'll look great on desktops and mobiles alike join the over one hundred fifty million people already already using wicks and build a professional website of your very own today and if you go to wicks dot com and use our code talking you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks. <unk> premium plans more storage afr- domain for a year and much more. That's wicks dot com promo code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
ICYMI: daily texts from me to you
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com and stay tuned after the show to here. Are you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners. You've listened to me on the podcast. Steve seen me on video. You've been reading my articles all these years you see me on facebook and twitter well. I got a new one for you. How would you like to get a daily text from wa. Ah it's another day. It's another new thing to try out. We are now u._s._a. Testing out this program where i will send you out a daily text and you can interact with me and you could ask me questions as well the text and we're going to have a rolling conversation sound like fun. It's a new ninety test to see how it works. It doesn't uncosted dime so why not give it a try. I would give you the u._r._l. Over the radio over the podcast but i think the best thing for you to do is go to check check out the article which gives you a lotta information and there's a lincoln there to the sign up. You can find that at u._s._a. Today dot dot com slash tech my tax could could have the skinny on the latest new iphone latest new samsung the prices of phones facebook privacy all sorts of things and if you ask really really nicely we can go off the reservation. Try to stump the the host with a classic tv theme request you know i like to play them. You'll ask and i'll either notre. I won't but i bet i actually actually do so. Give that a try. Meanwhile go to u._s._a. Today dot com slash tech and sign up for my new daily talking tech text. I can't wait to hear from you. I'm jefferson graham with u._s._a. Today you can find me on twitter at jefferson graham. You've been listening to talking tech. Please describe it a show. Wherever you listen to online audio audio and know that i will be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech these days businesses of all sizes need an online presence presence. Whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you wanna make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools you need need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online email marketing tools and accustomed domain to name. I'm a few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your site any way. You want plus us. Everything is optimized for any device so you'll look great on desktops and mobile alike join the over one hundred fifty million people already using wicks and bill the professional website of your very own today and if you go to wicks dot com and use our code talking you'll get ten percents off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks dot com promo code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
Google brings podcasts to search results
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com in. Stay tuned after the show to here. Are you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners. Hey podcasts fans. I guess pretty cool news for you. Google is adding audio podcasts to its search results alongside videos photos and web links and get this. They're going to be playable able directly from within google. I'm jefferson graham. You're listening to talking tech. Let me fill you in so searchers will not have to leave google and go go to say i tunes or tune in to listen to a podcast that they find in google. They'll be able to listen via the google podcast app on phones or on the web and because you're doing this through google. If you listen to talking tech on the computer and only get halfway through well you can listen to the rest of it on the google google podcast app without losing your place now google estimates. There's now some two million podcasts available listening and it wants to help people find them in listen. Even google's been bullish on podcast for quite some time and in two thousand eighteen launched a google podcast app seeing at the time that it hoped to double the audience podcast by exposing more more of the shows to more people i of course and pretty thrilled about that. Google tells me they think it'll take about four years for that to happen but they're hoping that by putting podcasts in to search results that it might happen faster. One thing you need to know is that to do you're searching. You're going to have to the word podcast at first so if you're interested in larry david you would say larry david podcast. If you're interested in cooking recipes you might say matzo ball soup on podcast. Eventually google says has you will not have to do that but you could have to do that. In the beginning now this i find pretty interesting. <hes> google tells me that podcast listening has increased about twenty percent in the last year you the united states is google's top market for podcast but overseas countries like india and brazil have also joined the top five and i look forward to seeing talking talking tech and other podcasts in the search results. What do you think listeners. Look for me on twitter where i'm at jefferson graham. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe to the show wherever wherever you listen the online audio and i'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech these days businesses of all sizes need an online presence whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you wanna make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools you need need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online email marketing tools and accustomed domain to name name. A few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your site any way you want plus plus everything is optimized for any device so you'll look great on desktops and moguls alike join the over one hundred fifty million people already using wicks and build bill the professional website of your very own today and if you go to wicks dot com and use our code talking you'll get ten percents off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more for storage of free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks dot com promo code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Talking Tech is brought to you by WICKS DOT COM creatine published a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website. Today that's W.. I. X DOT COM in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of whic special offer for talking tech listeners Jordan. Dill is the host of the popular this morning with Gordon Deal Radio Show in podcast. I've been a guest on his show many times and as many of you know I loved turned the tables when that happens so today. We've got Gordon deal on Talking Tech Gordon. Let's start with painting a picture. Are you recording and downtown New York. Are you in a home studio. Where are you? It's a it's a split seen so a broadcast the program in suburban New Jersey outside side of Princeton and then I do much of the research another homework from a home studio not far from there now. The show runs on radio what time it is live from five A._M.. Eastern time to seven A._M.. A._M. Eastern time although we have a number of stations that carry the program for more time than that sometimes three or four hours Jordan tell me how the show came about you with the Wall Street Journal I right so the Wall Street Journal launched this in a about two thousand two. I'd like to say I became the host in two thousand five and in two thousand fourteen the Wall Street Journal fired everybody who was in their radio and podcasting unit and one of our. Our partners at the time compass media was selling advertising for the show and sharing revenue with the Wall Street Journal and Compass media said okay. We're already very familiar with the show we will take over the program and become the new syndicator for it Ben. That's basically how that began in January one twenty fifteen basically <hes> started working for a new company but the basics of the show all stay the same. We just change the title Grenell love to hear about your day. You're on the air at five I._B._M.. Windy come in it. We're on the five so I come in about <hes> Three fifteen three twenty wake up around to thirty in the morning grab coffee after a shower and go <hes> takes a couple of hours to prep the show live live from five to seven and then after that it's <hes> really quick workout at the gym and then you know conducting interviews with smart folks like yourself to <hes> prep for the next day's program so then you go to sleep water on eight December. I usually go to sleep in December's December when I usually get by my rest nub. I ideally eight o'clock but you know I have kids that are busy and things like that so we're often out in about <hes> so it's not the ideal amount asleep every night. According to what the survey say we should be getting but I've tried to have pair in at least a tiny nap whenever possible in the afternoons. Let's talk a little tech. So what are you doing. Are you running a U._S._B.. Mike into like a laptop to record this thing. We're in the studio. We have a radio studio that was. As a part of the Wall Street Journal Setup on the Wall Street Journal got rid of us. We turned around and said well since you're no longer in radio. You have no use for this equipment or space. How about we just rent it from? You and that was basically how we did that so even though going here we've got fired essentially December December thirty first our last day the next day we showed up as renters rather than actual employees of the building. You got one of the busiest days anybody I know. Tell me what you doing. When you're not doing the news well I do a handful of things that I like that <hes> passions <hes> on the stadium announcer for the New York giants in the fall <hes> for the past six years? I was the stadium announcer for army football all up at West Point but I I just gave that up because my son's going to college. He's going to be a freshman. He's a soccer player so I want to watch his games on Saturdays instead of doing the West Point Games volunteer soccer coach Sh I drive my daughter to dance which Attack Passion Gordon. I don't really have a tech passion. You can probably tell by the questions I ask you that I'm not. I'm not a real tech guy. I know the basic Iran. You bought the smallest the cheapest phone possible directs until you realize that you couldn't use it anymore. That's right. I I'm not I mean I was born at night but I wasn't born at last night jeff so when somebody warned me that the the S._A._T.. <hes> you know might crash my phone if I were to take the updated software <hes> that that spooked me enough to upgrade to the iphone eight Gordon I think it's such a great story about how you made lemonade out of those lemons and build this great show these are the deals have to strike Jeff when the tables are turned in order to keep guys like you to keep coming on the program so Gordon deal. Thanks for being on talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham with U._S._A.. Day If you WanNa find me on twitter I'm at Jefferson instagram. If you WanNa Find Gordon at this morning show you can also follow me directly at Gordon deal. You can hear this morning with Gordon deal and talking tech wherever you listen to online audio I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world attack these days businesses says of all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you WanNa make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools you need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online email marketing tools and accustomed domain to name a few Wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your recite anyway. You want plus. Everything is optimized for any device so you'll look great on desktops and mobile's alike join the over one hundred fifty million people already using wicks and build a professional website of your very own today and if you go to.
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This is our from town hall dot com president trump says the deal has been struck congratulations on the budget and debt ceiling mostly liberating the threat of a repeat government shut down this fall president trump has tweeted that the agreement is a real compromise and a victory for the nation's military and veterans aides say the deal will allow the government to continue to pay its bills and build upon recent budget gains for the Pentagon and domestic agency corresponding can learn and president trump says this water for level democratic congresswoman is a quote races group of trouble maker doubling down on his criticism the president says the four female lawmakers are young inexperienced and not very smart he tweets that they are not capable of loving our country and that they should apologize to America and Israel for the horrible hateful things they have said what else corresponded recollection is Robert Muller testifies on Capitol Hill Wednesday lawmakers who have been calling for the president's impeachment are hoping the hearings will prompt action more than eighty Democrats have called to open an impeachment acquired Democrats to support that effort are hoping to see more of those calls after this hearing plenty Flutie so far has said that she is not interested for now an impeachment so it's unclear if this hearing will change that dynamic some Democrats are really hoping that it will all corresponded merry clear gelato Equifax will pay up to seven hundred million to settle with the FTC over a two thousand seventeen data breach Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro settlement mandates structural change within Equifax prevent this from happening again the data breach exposed social security numbers and other private information of nearly one hundred fifty million people the FDA has approved in its first year a copy of a popular hill for nerve pain approving nine after dark.
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"He was on the budget and debt ceiling mostly liberating the threat of a repeat government shut down this fall president trump has tweeted that the agreement is a real compromise and a victory for the nation's military and veterans aides say the deal will allow the government to continue to pay its bills and build upon recent budget gains for the Pentagon and domestic agency corresponding can Lorman president trump says this water for level democratic congresswoman is a quote races group of trouble maker doubling down on his criticism the president says the four female lawmakers are young inexperienced and not very smart he tweets that they are not capable of loving our country and that they should apologize to America and Israel for the horrible hateful things they have said what else corresponded recollection is Robert Miller testifies on Capitol Hill Wednesday lawmakers who have been calling for the president's impeachment are hoping the hearings will prompt action more than eighty Democrats have called to open an impeachment acquired the rights to support that effort I'm hoping to see more of those calls after this hearing plenty pollutes he so far has said that she is not interested for now an impeachment so it's unclear if this hearing will change that dynamic center how to really hoping that it well responded merry clearer gelato Equifax will pay up to seven hundred million to settle with the FTC over a two thousand seventeen data breach Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro settlement mandates structural change within Equifax prevent this from happening again which exposed so security numbers and other private information of nearly one hundred fifty million people FDA is approved in its first year a copy of a popular hill for nerve pain approving nine generic versions visors Lyrica this is Donald dot com summer is here and mascot the barbecue out already to grill that's why he trusts super poligrip so he can enjoy his steak with full confidence sounds like there's a party going on but something's missing birthday gals and thanks to a bright smile is anything but a surprise when it comes to your pain many.
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Ago to take advantage of a six hundred million dollar nation wide settlement announced today with credit reporting firm Equifax breach reached nearly one hundred fifty million people nationwide with tears as companies like Equifax have a legal responsibility to protect personal financial information when that data is compromised our data is compromised it's not just a breach of security it's a breach of public trust victims can apply for funds to cover their losses and also the time they spent freezing their credit reports or securing their data a proposal to regulate company cafeterias at San Francisco tech firms is scheduled for a vote tomorrow by the full board of supervisors the board's land use committee today were recommended passage of a watered down version of an earlier measure that would have banned the cafeterias completely supervisor aasha stuff I he says the new measure would still allow the city to consider potential impacts of the cafeterias on local restaurants we feel like this is a balanced approach we feel like it's fair and we feel like it really addresses many of the concerns that many of the folks had when they brought that to us suffer you says the compromise provides a permitting process so the impact of the cafeterias can be considered on a case by case basis for more state and local coverage sign up for our daily email newsletter at KQED dot org I'm Tiffany camp high support comes from Cisco whose new Cisco webex meetings provide integrated audio video and sharing content for all businesses support for NPR comes from the Gruber family foundation supporting NPR's efforts to promote to deeper thinking broader perspectives entrusted fact based information always with.
Equifax to pay $575 million over 2017 data breach, compensate consumers
"More twenty seventeen data breach exposed the social security numbers and other private information of nearly one hundred fifty million people it took six weeks before Equifax detected it and the company faced allegations had failed to secure the massive amount of personal information stored on its computers ecofacts has now agreed to pay at least five hundred seventy five million dollars as part of a settlement with states and federal agencies part of the money will fund credit monitoring for affected consumers Oregon will receive two point eight million dollars Washington gets three point
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Hello parts please and I'll leave for your protection your room on the move for us repeating a severe thunderstorm warning has been issued until three forty five PM mountain standard time for the following counties whether knocks out power in Wisconsin Michigan and New York different kinds of weather I'm J. Metzler fox news thousands in Milwaukee still without power more than eight hundred thousand Michigan customers losing theirs too all because of severe storms which downed power lines the rain did cool things off a bit it's now eighty degrees in Detroit an improvement from yesterday's triple digit temperatures in New York City it's ninety six well above that if you take humidity into account we are seeing some outages in queens and Westchester about two thousand people two thousand customers rather without power right now and considering that one customer can represent one building that number of people who actually have no air conditioning and no power right now could be significantly higher than that fox is Jackie Heinrich several hundred residents of a pencil thing your retirement community had to be evacuated when they lost power one hundred fifty million people in twenty three states under extreme heat warnings this hour at least six deaths blamed on the heat nationwide according to the National Weather Service excessive heat actually kills more people than floods or tornadoes each year and to stay cool experts say you have to stay indoors and you have to stay hydrated and take the heat seriously Iran now says the president's national security adviser John Bolton is to blame for trying to align US allies against Iran it's why they say they seized a British oil tanker over the weekend.
Vice President Pence Delivers Remarks Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing
"Caves celebrations are being held around the country on the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven moon landing vice president Mike pence appearing at Kennedy Space Center in Florida says the US will restart lunar missions I am proud to report at the direction of the president of the United States of America America will return to the moon within the next five years and the next man and the first woman on the moon will be American astronauts one hundred fifty million people in thirty states are sweltering through dangerously high temperatures for another day National Weather Service meteorologist rich auto says conditions will get a whole lot better after sunset at night time lows are not going to provide a whole lot of relief for example some of the low temperatures this morning across these cars were only about eighty degrees I think Central Park when I look this morning was eighty three degrees at eight AM workers pretty unusual so yeah unfortunately the night time is not going to provide a whole lot of relief you'll lose the heat of the day of course you won't have the sun bearing down but it's still going to feel rather warm and unpleasant the recent deaths of American tourists in the Dominican Republic have prompted some people to rethink their travel plans despite the news coverage surrounding the deaths of ten Americans in the DR in the last year officials there say terrorism actually increased the first six months of twenty nineteen compared to the same period last year even so the Dominican Republic's tourism ministry announced new safety measures hotel inspections will take place four times a year instead of twice every hotel in the country will be required to post an emergency information card in every single guestroom with ways to contact and to seize the tourism police force and nine one one and the qualifications of the medical personnel working in hotels will be checked for licensing requirements and training Steve cast inbound New York I'm in Kate's WMAL news a three oh two one Laurie Kellman well it's another scorcher here in the DC metro area the actual town for us will hit a high around a hundred though it'll feel like a hundred ten degrees or more in some areas we remain under an excessive heat warning warning to WMA all weather channel meteorologist mark Thibodeau the
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Run on Friday an escalation of tensions in the Gulf region correspondent Barbara Starr reports one was British flag the other Liberian which is since been released for the trump administration the immediate security concerns is there are you as ships commercial ships moving through that area tonight and we know from the US military they have patrol aircraft overhead keeping an eye on that you is shipping plenty of fire power in the region if they run into trouble energy experts say recent seizures in attacks aimed at oil tankers in the string of her moves will raise insurance rates for shipping companies and if unchecked could reduce tanker traffic in the vital waterway Equifax will pay around seven hundred million dollars to settle with the Federal Trade Commission over twenty seventeen data breach that expose social security numbers and other private information of nearly one hundred fifty million people that's according to the Wall Street journal president trump again singling out for democratic Congress women of color the day after he said he was not happy with chance of send her back at a rally this week directed at Somali born Ilan Omar trump renewed his criticism I'm unhappy with the fact that a congresswoman can aid our country the progressive democratic congresswoman from Minnesota is one of four minority women who have made a mark with their opposition to the president and his policies she's lucky to be where she is the chanting of send her back at his rally this week followed the president's own tweets where he said the four congresswoman could just leave and go back to where they came from remarks deemed by many as racist Linda Kenyan Washington former First Lady Michelle Obama treating her views on the president taking on the for minority lawmakers saying what truly makes a great current country great is its diversity.
Long distance Love - there's tech for that
"Talking Tech is brought to you by WICKS DOT COM creatine published a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website. Today that's W.. I. X DOT COM in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of Wick special offer for talking tech listeners all right. So what do you do when the person you love is not in the same city. You know there's an APP for that. There's technology. There's hardware believe it or not and Madeleine purdue do you has just written a big piece about it and she is here to tell you all about it. Mattie yeah so depending on way you see fit for your relationship. There's something out there for you. Whether it's an APP that you want to <hes> no what the weather is <hes> in your significant others city <hes> and you want everything in this up to just be about you to or you know there's <hes> bracelets that you can send each other. You know like touch messages wages through <hes>. There's a hugging shirt that yes it hugs you when your significant other wants to hug you from miles away. There's just about everything so when you're sitting your desk at U._S._A.. Day and you're writing a story and all of a sudden shirt. STURT squeezing on you. How do you feel really good question? I wasn't able to test out the shirt unfortunately by imagine that <hes> that would freak me out a little bit. I feel like it'd be like a surprise every time I don't know how I feel about that. You feel about the Bruce Lee. The bracelet was okay. <hes> it was a little finicky so I think that <hes> if you want something more consistent you might WanNa stick to something else but <hes> I personally can't imagine wearing something solely dedicated to oh this one thing but <hes> you know what you wind your relationship. There's no need to you know think about what other people think about you of the products that you looked at what was your favorite. The friendship lamps were by far my favorite <hes> they are lamps that you can just touch them and <hes> they will pop up wherever your significant other Jose with a fun color <hes> it's really pretty it's not invasive into your everyday life. <hes> it fits in with the decor because it's very minimalistic pick <hes> and I thought it was just a lot of fun to play around with the stupidest. Okay I probably the pillow talk speaker. <hes> it's a speaker that you put underneath your pillow and it plays your partners heartbe <hes> <hes> wherever they are they're sleeping and they have the wristband on and it's not stupid because the concept it's <hes> the thing that I didn't like about is how difficult it was to integrate into everything so in must connect your phone through the headphone Jack Well. Well I'm an iphone user. I don't have a headphone jacks. Oh Okay I have to get dangle or something else and then <hes> I and then there's some other complications with a end. It just didn't seem like all that trouble to go through when you can if that's something that you WanNa do you can call them facetime and fall asleep that way you could also record Joe's heartbeat the next time you see him. I'M GONNA skip out on that but you know you do you. That's what's your into. That's good for you. <hes> okay so you you look all these products and when you like the most was the lamp regulated by it. It's a little pricey. It's one hundred fifty dollars for set <hes> maybe as a gift for a special occasion but it's not something that I would buy ah on on the whim just because I wanted to do it but there are other options on Amazon. Who which are you know similarly priced so if it's not something you want to buy directly from the developer there's other people you can buy through Amazon from to solve solve the problem any of these products of the problem? The problem is I wish I was in the room with with that person. I would say yeah I think it's I think it's a different way to show that this. This is how I think of it. It's showing that you're thinking of that person. Because texting phonecalls and facetime mean is such a you know everyday thing that it's a different way to show instead of. Tell that you're thinking about someone so I would say yeah. I think I it. It was kind of Nice to be like this. is something different that not everybody has. There's different tools that are specific to our relationship all right madeline purdue checkout herp piece on U._S._A.. Today DOT COM and <hes> if you have questions for for at Madeline Purdue with the you on twitter I'm at Jefferson Graham with an a. and thanks for listening. Everyone please subscribe to this talking tech wherever you listen online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quake hit from the world attack these days businesses of all sizes need an online presence. 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Nala the cat rules!
"Talking Tech is brought to you by WICKS DOT COM creatine published a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website. Today that's W.. I. X DOT COM in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of whic special offer for talking tech listeners. I got now a cab in front of me. An audio interview about the world's most famous instagram most loved cat. How's that for big sentence we have Kooky and Shannon Ellis the two who've you own this cat yes okay so tell us four million followers on instagram right now? If I put the my confront Annella now it's not going to anything me out would be so incredible. Nello wants to eat the microphone so there will pass on that Pook. Tell us what happened with the cat. How did the can't become famous on instagram you know at first when I started at cow readout intention to make oh famous or anything I just want to share her Tunis with the world and his she's a rescue the animal so I just wanted to share who photo with people and then people love her and start following her and here we are saving years after four point one million or more four point two and she's sexiness book war record off the most popular head on instagram? She's looking at me right now. She would love to get out of that little box that little cage but she's being good okay so four point one million followers here you guys are. Heard how do you guys think now became so popular. What I mean? There are a lot of cats out there so what happened. She is really she has a unique looking little bit. She looks she looks normal. She's a cat from his shoulder but the fact that she she's a risk you and she looked normal average cat. I think people can relate to that and we try to use platform to spread love and happiness. I also think it was timing. <hes> she was one of the first <hes> animal animals animals the first but she was one of the first to have their own animal count and I think there was some curiosity in that when people would discover a cat account you know what is this cat doing and then we build out a persona so Nala. Oh has a has a personality online. She's known for being sweet friendly but she's also has a diva personality. At times she has she wears a crowned and a shark cat and I think people connect with her her mood and it makes people feel included. We have a community profit. I know that people with a million followers four million followers get a lot of offers for sponsored posts. Are you doing print ads. What are you doing? We do a lot of brand deals. We partner with a lot of nationwide brands mostly a lot of shelters rescues so we we we monetize from brand deals and then we try to give back through charity work name name of you who you working with Google left. Fresh step <hes> we actually get many litter offers and then we have to figure out which one is the best for Nala which ones are Benthic tour family so we kind of like a guiding star like if we wouldn't use the product ourselves or we wouldn't give it to someone we love then. We shouldn't advertise it. Live nulla lives about an hour from here yeah so we California cat yeah so we say L._A.. Because that's where she's from but we're a little bit more inland Glenn Movie Star Right. She was actually in the movie nine lives with Kevin Spacey Jennifer Garner. She was one of the magical cats there was available for purchase into the store in that movie and he's actually allergic to cats so that was a pretty funny experience France but she did the red carpet for that she did the red carpet for the cats musical nickelodeon yeah kit choice award red carpet she how has all the money that Nell is brought in from brand deals changed her life. We get to use that to help other animals and Inga most important thing for us like higher grade tuna fish and stuff. We make sure that she eat a really good food that base of the best for her always. What recommendations do you have for people listening right now the two hey I want my cat to be famous like now? What what tips do you have be consistent and be authentic? Be Yourself and <hes> build a personality. Because it's what the audience will connect with you can't just say sunbathing on the Sunday like you have to build out a personality like Garfield right what all cartoon characters have personality so it just makes sense that your cat can have one <hes>. I'm so we when we post something we make sure it's voice tone. What would Nala say and then we kind of just been consistent with that and just beyond brand always often does nulla post a new new picture once a day once a day Yup for all those people who are listening WanNa now look at Nala instagram dot com slash now under skullcap? Thank you so much for talking tech with us. These today's businesses of all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you WanNa make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools you need to create a stunning professional website aid. 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"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is it. Good politics. I'm telling you. Listen to that. We should add healthcare. And they wouldn't let them finish Hickenlooper Colorado's seeing socialism's, bad, that was at that, same California convention for the Democrats. And that's how the lunatic basis program to react, you boo and shout people down that you, you don't like their opinion you boom and you shut them down throw milkshakes. Adam do whatever you have to do to get them to shut up and get lockstep of what you what you want to put forward. And this is exactly why the electoral college has been put into place if you live in Indiana. If you live in Iowa, anywhere, in the midwest that entire crowd, that just cheered on socialism and booed the idea of making sure that one hundred fifty million people, don't get kicked off a healthcare. Do you want them picking all your leaders? This is why the electoral college is in place. Couple stories coming up next. They're gonna make you say. Damn. I'm old. Hey, this is Mark. This is daisy, self Tanner is racist and Sephora racially profiled Ciza. Tune in nine to eleven right here.
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Engaged in those acts what certainly have been indicted, but because of the the rule in the Justice department that you can't indict a sitting president. The whole matter of obstruction was very directly sent to the congress. The hell Jesus was a pathological hoods for this woman. He doesn't talk to her husband much, don't really talk, but convention, if he called her and said, just don't talk about diet and don't bring up time. The word of struck. And this is a woman who deleted thirty three thousand emails that were already under subpoena. She took a hammer admits all the smashed or devices, she took bleach bitten bleach, bitter, hard drives. Let's not obstruction. But how the air she'll bring up. This is Bernie Madoff. So yeah, I wanna see his taxes. This is so ridiculous, Gerald Kushner at the scenting Kushner area talk. Yeah. Oh my God. You does off the second sentence. But he's making a good point here. Muller talk too. He definitely definitely definitely showed Russian interference in the election of fake accounts, fake Facebook accounts, and he put a sentence in there. But reached over one hundred fifty million people it didn't really reach one hundred fifty million people. It was a posted. So that it would be possible for a hundred and fifty million people to see it, but probably fifteen thousand so they didn't the Russians spent very little money is about one hundred thousand on Facebook ads that restaurant across the street probably spent one hundred thousand on Facebook ads. It's nothing which makes you think it wasn't the Russian government or Putin or anything like that. I would think it was Putin to here. Here's ten million to spend on facing. So his Christner speaking at the same conference, you look.
After Starwood Data Breach, Marriott And Customers Face Costly Headaches
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything the question and answer website quarter is the latest company to report a data breach. The site says hackers may have accessed the data of one hundred million users when companies reveal massive data breaches like this. As Mary did with its Starwood properties last week. It's hard to pinpoint who stole what? And how that data was used because of that companies and their customers face a whole lot of expensive headaches. Here's NPR's Yuki Noguchi after data-breach companies undertake massive cleanup efforts to try to patch up at security and alert customers cybersecurity experts. Call this remediation Aviva lighten a cybersecurity analyst with Gardner says such costs vary. It can rain. From ten to one hundred fifty dollar a record stolen, depending on how many millions of records were stalling at half a billion affected. Guess Marriott's breach is one of the largest in recent history. It's also likely to face tens of millions of euros in penalties from new EU privacy laws that took effect this year apart from that light and says Mary out will have to pay for expensive upgrades to its security an additional fees and fines to credit card companies. But how effective are these efforts? Many experts say not very Nick Marino says director of cybersecurity in data protection at the government accountability office. I think the remediation can be pretty don't challenging not at least I think I can safely say Marino's wrote a recent report on the aftermath of last year's data breach. At equifax the credit reporting company. They're hackers stole personal information of nearly one hundred fifty million people many had to freeze their credit the cost equifax has topped four hundred million dollars to date, and this doesn't even. Clued extensive legal costs or fines. Marino says it's hard to trace incidents of fraud to a specific data breach in part because there have been so many over the years one thing that we talk about often with some of these breaches as the fact that if you take the data that was stolen from one breach combined with the data that's out there from different breaches. You know, a lot about an individual and use that information to carry out fraud. This situation has companies scrambling to protect themselves Marriott. For example, says it's trying to gauge what it cybersecurity insurance will cover but consumer advocates complain most of the cleanup falls to individual consumers who have to cancel credit cards, change passwords or monitor their credit, Mike lit with consumer group US per supports congressional proposals akin to the new European statute that would increase fines for data breaches one way to offset. These costs would be to actually make the investments on the front end John Tunis agrees. He's a class action. Attorney who? Old suit against Mary out the same day, it revealed its breach data breach litigation is gonna cost companies to want to avoid getting suit in a void regulatory scrutiny. So they're going to begin to spend more money on keeping information safe. But safety is an elusive constantly shifting goal. Even among companies that prioritize it Sean Joyce is head of cybersecurity and privacy at Price Waterhouse Coopers. He says cybercriminals have become harder to detect and defeat. It really looking at implementing box and complicated. Exploits that they're developing using machine learning joy says it's countries like North Korea that are driving the demand for hack data and their objected isn't necessarily to access an individual consumers Bank account the reality. He says is that breaches are inevitable. He offers companies this advice bite like heck to protect yourselves. Right. But what I'm saying is be prepared. And then. Have that ability to basically respond to recover quickly? You can do cheat. NPR news, Washington.
Marriott's Starwood hack hits up to 500 million customers
"The gold medal goes to Yahoo for three billion breaches silver. And bronze shared by who. And now Marriott for half. A billion Starwood guests records, including some cases, credit card numbers, passports, actually, pretty bad too. I think I would think you know, what that to leak out to you. You get two silvers for a tie. Thank you Declan. There is no Prins awarded. We just have a gold and two silver. So in this particular competition Yahoo wins both the gold and the silver and Mariette just gets the silver. Somebody saying don't forget the equifax breach. Oh, that's nothing compared to this. Although what was breached and equifax was much more secure, you know, serious information because it was your entire credit card data, but that was one hundred fifty million people at nothing that's small potatoes at nothing compared to half a billion. Has nothing. That's barely a breach. Eight ask Leo that's the phone number. We're going to actually talk about travelling bit. Johnny jet is queued up our travel guru. I bet he has a Starwood preferred guest group number, but he does I think I do if I could remember the password. Oh, I know. I could just ask Aker he'll know. And we'll take more of your calls. Eight ask Leo. Leo laporte. The tech guy.
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on Still Buffering
"Right. When there's like one hundred million people in in a country of one hundred fifty million people listening to your radio show. That's very weird where? Like back before broadcast. It was much more likely to have local storytellers musicians performers who were professionals and did that and probably like traveled around doing it in who may have, you know, just the dynamic of being up on a stage had some level of enthusiasm and adoration being projected at them. You know, the trope of the. The actor philandering actor goes back to like Hippocrates. So it's you know. Yeah. Not Hippocrates is that. He's a medical doctor. The one the other one is the play, right? I couldn't remember one. Like Plato or aerosol or one of the. That ehre I was trying to think of the one of the playwright's. But I think there's a bunch of them. I mean Hippocrates or at the oath. So there's that sometimes. That's yeah. Sophocles aristotle. Yes. Well, we have to take a quick break from this fascinating discussion. And check out the great message. Let's go. Love the noise..
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on We The People
"Shouldn't facebook have known they were being used by the russians during the last presidential campaign also should facebook it paid its people in the trump campaign office to assist with social media the clinton campaign turned down facebook's offer so um uh i think facebook knew exactly what was happening on their platform i've talked to in and facebook's dissembling about russian ads is really i think kind of gallingly proves the point of my argument that facebook started off acting as if nothing had happened on their platform at all that the platform was being used properly by people and then over time it's kind of unfurled this alternative truthful history of the presidential campaign where these ads were first seen by a few people then seen by one hundred fifty million people and it's kind of it how can you trust facebook if they can't give this honest accounting of how their platform was exploited by foreign power for very very nefarious means and i i know from people who are who who know mark zuckerberg who had been associated with company for a long time that they could see how the platform was being exploited by the russians and san bergen zuckerberg just didn't want to do anything about it because the system was acting in the way that it was supposed to act it's a commodified system if if if antisemites wanna by the term drew hater they were that was that was perfectly okay with facebook and certainly facebook knew that their they're ads were being bought and targeted by racist in antisemites you know it takes it would take it take any sentient human being thirty seconds to consider that possibility if they thought about the way that facebook's ads system worked.
"one hundred fifty million people" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens hurricane erma is now threatening the turks and caicos as well as the bahamas the storm is devastated a string of islands in the caribbean causing at least ten deaths in the region as npr's now greenfield boyce reports forecasters expect armor to turn toward florida this weekend as earlier moves north it's outer tropicalstorm force winds are expected to arrive in the florida keys and south florida late in the day on saturday those winds will then spread northward into central florida by sunday morning and into georgia and the south carolina coast sunday night into monday morning mike brennan is with the national hurricane center firm is expected to remain a very dangerous category four to category five hurricane during the next couple of days and still be a major hurricane when it approaches the southeast us coast early next week he urged people living in evacuation zones to heed the warnings and get out now greenfield boyce npr news at with axes offering a years worth of free credit monitoring an identity theft protection the offer comes after the credit reporting company found a massive databreach affecting as many as one hundred fifty million people as bradley george of georgia public broadcasting reports at with access the breach began in may but wasn't discovered until july in a notice to consumers atlantabased aquifers says criminals exploited a website vulnerability to gain access to everything from social security and driver's license numbers two addresses and credit disputes with acts hasn't said why it took two months to discover the intrusion ceo rick smith posted this video message on the company's website says clearly a disappointing event a wanted strikes at the heart.