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Tech Companies Aim To Stop COVID-19 Disinformation

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:37 min | 8 months ago

Tech Companies Aim To Stop COVID-19 Disinformation

"Now the emergency we face is a medical crisis and economic crisis and a crisis of information. That is how the World Health Organization's director-general Ten Ratnam put it recently. Fake news spreads faster and more easily than this bias and is just as dangerous. So how big tech fighting? Npr's Tim Mech has more. The Corona virus is the first epidemic that has received much attention in the social media age. It's definitely unprecedented. I've never seen something like this that the medical and scientific communities have had to address in real time. John Gregory is the deputy editor of Health at news guard which views news platforms for their credibility and trustworthiness says there are three big buckets of Corona virus misinformation circulating. Right now number. One conspiracies about the origins of the virus too bad healthcare's either ineffective or both ineffective and harmful and three minimizing the outbreak. Saying it's not as big of a deal as the media's making it out to be big tech firms have been grappling for years with foreign coordinated. Disinformation campaigns like the one launched by Russia to interfere with the two thousand sixteen election but misinformation about the corona virus seems to be organic and domestic in fact much of it appears to be spread by. Americans interested in profit. Gregory said some are promoting their own phony health cures for the corona virus. Other people are selling other like survivalist kind of supplies and using this news as a way to essentially scare people into thinking. They need all of that. They need buckets of of food. Supplies or big supplies of masks. Tech companies are trying to elevate trusted sources of information while removing false information on a rolling basis when users search for crossovers. Facebook and twitter have put a link to the Centers for Disease Control as the first result. Google is doing the same with information from the World Health Organization available more than twenty languages. Youtube says it is removing videos promoting dangerous and false cures and to crack down on the scaremongering for profit motivation. Facebook is limiting the way that hand sanitizer can be advertised as well as temporarily banning ads for medical masks. Lindsey Gorman is the fellow for emerging technologies at the Alliance for securing democracy. She's been a critic of how social media companies have dealt with political disinformation but his now praising tech companies for proactive steps like these. I think this is really a serious response. And it shows what aggressively confronting disinformation challenge. Actually looks like and what are big tech platforms can do when there is a strong willed. Act Big Tech firms have not wanted to be arbiters of political truth but with the corona virus both the dangers and the truth are much clearer. Said GORMAN THE PLATFORMS POLICIES. All talk about the threat of serious harm to the public as being sort of a higher order than than fact checking around the political context. I think it's a clearer call for them in many cases and they don't have to get into this role playing editor. In the meantime disinformation experts. Tell the public to remain skeptical of information online and diversify their news sources to minimize the threat of false information. Tim Mack. Npr News

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"ratnam" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"ratnam" Discussed on KTRH

"Ratnam out right away. All that words. And I said well. Northbound on Montrose. And I I that's what my phone is far. There you go. This this. That's what happens see that used to. Okay. Don't give the last two number. Don't give the last three numbers of your mother's phone number, drew. Okay. Give me the first part seven one three eight five seven, you got it. All right. Conor of my mother's to a one four five zero. Okay. Yeah. Say one three six to eight. Yeah. Can you ask more than the immediate over? So. I didn't know the entire number. Right. So you you might write down your list of phone numbers and put it in your velcro. Wallet. Because you had to dial the whole thing that's one of those things that even just the cell phone did away with is. You you go to the name. And so you don't know the the name if so if you don't have your phone, you can't call anybody. Yeah. I think we are slightly. Our first phones were some of the first models of cell phones. And and a lot of those are pretty clunky. And the user experience in you, I of it. And so I had to do a lot of number dialing. And so I know my mom's, but if he asked me any of those guys, and I talked to everything. So we're a little bit old enough to maybe no some of that. But I think if you ask anyone maybe four years younger, they've never used a phone that has an entirely stores to be honest these days, I mean, we don't even really text or call that often. I mean, we're on group me, whereas this kind of a big group tax. But again, it's not even through any phone service. You know, you just need an internet, and you can chat anyone of your buddies as long as they're on as well. So, but if you talk about a slippery slope, a friend of mine. His nephew. I was at a party. And he's about a year and a half years old, and he picked up a magazine and started trying to swipe through it like it was. The kids because they all. So he thought a physical magazine was an I just think about these kids.

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"ratnam" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

"All kinds of crazy stuff. It is interesting kids, the world, man. They technically live in the same world as we do, but the reality is very different full of all these kind of possibilities that we know are no longer possible. Like like a couple of years ago, my kids wanted to go Chuckie cheese all the time, which I thought was odd because there was a period of their lives where they wanted to go to Chuck e. cheese, even though they didn't think Chucky cheese was a corporate franchise apart of them actually believed that humanoid rat God. Had opened a children's fund palace. And they would like to spend time there. Sounds terrifying premise for Stephen King novel. I wish I could have seen what Chucky look like to them. Just like, how took a tease and I'm half Ratnam half human one hundred percent in love of children. Hey, you might wonder if you like kids so much ticking. How come you don't have kids yourself. That's a fair question. Fair question. Would love to have kids, but I can't because of a chromosome imbalance. Much like a horse can have sex with donkey and make a meal, but muse cannot make more music odd pre about it. Don't even don't even think about it. Six for me is a temporary respite from the pains of loneliness that you feel when you lay in bed and you stared at dark sky and you wonder what God has given you laugh, but not the ability to create others and your lack miss. What are you. Forget about blacked out for sacred. Hey, get here got again here at pizza. Ice cream. I've Skibo supposed to have ten usually eight or nine 'cause some kid through a couple of behind the machine and they're very heavy, but he doesn't even matter because it's pretty dull tokens. It's free in advance to your dad would try to take away from my heart. Your dad. We'll see you having too much fun and he'd be like, come on guys, get out of here. That's what I want you to get to my tunnels, tunnels. Building elaborate habit trail escape tunnel system, big enough for a child to comfortably enter, but not big enough for a grown man with tot hamstrings crushed vertebrae to follow. No. Something like that is probably what they envisioned. Probably not quite that dark. Appreciate you stick with me on that one. That was a weird one. Every time I do that, I feel like I'm gonna pass out about halfway through breath, right. How insane without if I stroked out in the middle of that bit. What are we are death to leave on my kids thing for them to talk about the rest of their lives. How did your dad die? He had a stroke doing Chuck e. cheese routine. Kind of it really. It really wasn't Chucky. It was like a weird evil. No one really knows what it was. He just yelled for a while and people clout. And now he's dead.

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"ratnam" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Officer writes farrow schneiderman who is sixty three has used his authority to take legal action against the disgraced film mogul harvey weinstein and demand greater compensation for the victims of weinstein's alleged crimes last month when the times and this magazine rewarded joint pulitzer for coverage of sexual harassment schneiderman issued a congratulatory tweet praising the brave women and men who spoke up about the sexual harassment they had endured at the hands of powerful men without these women he noted that were not be national critical reckoning underway well now he's got a problem as prominent as voice against sexual misconduct has risen so to has the distress of four women with whom he has had romantic relationships or encounters the accused schneiderman of having subjected them to nonconsensual physical violence all have been reluctant to speak out fearing reprisal but two of the women michelle manning bearish and tanya selva random have talked to the new york on the record because they feel that doing so could protect other women they ledge that schneiderman repeatedly hit them often after drinking frequently in bed and never with their consent manning bearish and civil ratnam categorize the abuse he inflicted on them as assault they did not support their allegations to the police at the time built say they eventually sought medical attention after having been slapped hard across the face and also choked silva ratnam says that schneiderman warned her he could have her followed and her phones tapped and both say he threatened to kill them if they broke up with him schneiderman of course denies all of these allegations but resigned literally three hours after the story broke so a couple of things worth noting here people in positions of power can do really horrible things which is why it is deeply important that we have institutional checks on power and.

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"ratnam" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Repeatedly hit them often after drinking frequently in bed and never with their consent manning bearish and silver ratnam categorize the abuse he inflicted on them as assault they did not report their allegations to the police at the time built say they eventually sought medical attention after having been slapped hard across the face and also choked selva ratnam says that schneiderman warned her he could have her followed and her phone taps and both say he threatened to kill them if they broke up with him schneiderman of course denies all these allegations but resigned literally three hours after the story broke so couple of things worth noting here people in positions of power can do really horrible things which is why it is deeply important that we have institutional checks on power and when you have people who have the capacity to ruin your life with a phone tap looney have people like schneiderman running the attorney general's office and threatening people it's really really dangerous and this is why so many people ought to be more skeptical of power it's why more people ought to be libertarian when it comes to the use of government power and the and the restraints on government our third romantic four romantic partner of schneiderman is told manning bearish until the ratnam he also repeatedly subjected her to nonconsensual physical violence but she told them that she is frightened of him to come forward and yorker has independently better the accounts they give for allegations the fourth woman in attorney who has held prominent positions in the new york legal community says that schneider made made an advance toward her when she rebuffed him he slapped her across the face with such force that left a mark that lingered the next day sure called screaming surprise and pain and beginning to cry and says she felt frightened she's asked for on identified but shared a photograph of the injury with a new yorker so what did schneiderman tastes has in the privacy of intimate relationships.

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"ratnam" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Thank you next year the major resignation that took effect just moments ago right here in new york city new york attorney general eric schneiderman is out of a job tonight after a new yorker investigation detailed allegations of violence and abuse by several women he'd been involved with it is a stunning fall tonight for a man who said he was a champion advocate for women here's abc's linsey davis new york's highest ranking law enforcement officer dethrone tonight another casualty from the metoo movement he so vehemently supported taking legal action against harvey weinstein making public statements like this we must re imagine a world where predators are exposed and held to account and survivors are supported and empowered at every level four women now tell new yorker magazine that schneiderman is actually an abuser who physically attacked them two of the women michelle manning bearish and tania silva ratnam spoke on the record alleging he repeatedly hit them often after drinking frequently in bed and never with their consent and say that he threatened to kill them if they broke up with him these women talk about slapping hitting choking we reviewed medical records and spoke to a doctor who said that an ear was bleeding long after the incident just three weeks ago schneiderman tweeted support for those who spoke up about the sexual harassment they endured at the hands of powerful men now barish tells the magazine you cannot be a champion of women when you were hitting them and choking them in bed adding schneiderman told her i am the law no one is above the law these women should have their day in court schneiderman initially.

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"ratnam" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on KOMO

"He could cost the gop a potential senate seat come november a high profile prosecutor is stepping down new york attorney general eric schneiderman appeared to be an outspoken supporter of the hashtag metoo movement taking legal action against harvey weinstein we've never seen anything as despicable as what we've seen here even issuing this tweet praising the brave women and men who spoke up about the sexual harassment they had endured at the hands of powerful men but now new yorker magazine reports that schneiderman is facing abuse accusations of his own according to the magazine four women have come forward claiming they were physically attacked by the attorney general on multiple occasions during relationships he had with them with two women michelle manning bearish and tanya sell the ratnam both democrats and political activists speaking on the record saying the now former attorney general hit them often after drinking frequently in bed and never with their consent manning bearish says she dated schneider in for nearly two years telling the new yorker one night in his home the politician called her obscene names before she says he allegedly attacked her saying he just slapped me openhanded and with great force across the face landing the blow directly onto my ear months later she says she had to seek medical treatment for your overnight schneiderman i denied the allegations saying in the privacy of intimate relationships i've engaged in role playing at other consensual sexual activity i have not assaulted anyone i've never engaged in nonconsensual sex which is a line i would not cross and after his resignation he said he strongly contests the accusations but adding they will affect prevent me from leading the offices work at this critical time in a magazine ratnam call schneiderman a misogynist and a sexual status saying that she too was slapped on several encounters showman says his resignation will be effective at the end of the day today the manhattan prosecutor is opening an investigation into his alleged behavior abc's linsey davis komo news time ten fifty one time for your propel insurance money update here's jennifer kushinka and alliance of fair housing rights groups plans to file a federal lawsuit today against the department of housing and urban development and secretary ben carson for suspending an obama era rule that aim to promote fair housing carson suspended the rule in january the two thousand fifteen provisions required communities receiving federal development funds to submit plans to overcome historic patterns of segregation promote fair housing choice and foster inclusive communities.

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"ratnam" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"These women he noted that were not be national critical reckoning underway well now he's got a problem as prominent as voice against sexual misconduct has risen so to has the distress four women with whom he has had romantic relationships or encounters they accused schneiderman of having subjected them to nonconsensual physical violence all have been reluctant to speak out fearing reprisal but two of the women michelle manning bearish and tania selva random have talked to the new yorker on the record because they feel that doing so could protect other women they ledge that item and repeatedly hit them off after drinking frequently in bed and never with their consent manning bearish and civil ratnam categorize the abuse inflicted on them as assault they did not report their allegations to the police at the time both say they eventually sought medical attention after having been slapped hard across the face and also choked selva ratnam says that schneiderman warned her he could have her followed and her phones tapped and both say he threatened to kill them if they broke up with him schneiderman of course denies all of these allegations but resigned literally three hours after the story broke so a couple of things worth noting here people in positions of power can do really horrible things which is why it is deeply important that we have institutional checks on power hey when you have people who have the capacity to ruin your life with a phone tap mooney have people like schneiderman running the attorney general's office and threatening people it's really really dangerous and this is why so many people ought to be more skeptical of power it's more people ought to be libertarian when it comes to the use of government power and the and the restraints on government power a third romantic four romantic partner of schneiderman is told manning bearish and selva ratnam he also repeatedly subjected her to nonconsensual physical violence but she told him that she is too frightened of him to come forward than yorker has independently vetted the accounts they give rally gatien's the fourth woman in attorney who has held prominent positions in the new york legal community says that schneider made an advanced toward her when she rebuffed him he slapped her across the face with such force that will have to mark that lingered the next day.

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"ratnam" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Sell retina self ratnam as the sri lankan woman and i hope that's close to her name anyway se l v a r a t a m solve retina and have talked to the new yorker on the record the other two have not because they feel that doing so could protect other women they allege that he repeatedly hit them often after drinking frequently in bed and never with their consent manning bearish and sell ratnam categorize the abuse he inflicted on them as assault that's a that's a salt that's a felony assault if you're doing it again and again and so on they did not report their allegations to place at the time well he's the chief law enforcement officer in the state it's like reporting uday hussein in iraq you know what i mean who day hussein i massage gas the body but both say that they eventually sought medical attention after having been slapped hard across the ear and face and also choked self retina says that schneiderman warned her he could have her followed and have her phones tapped this is just classic third world stuff this is police state stuff and yet have followed and never phones tip can i think of anybody else who had their phones tapped by democrats who are out to get them and threatening them and menacing and both say they threatened to listen to this is this is just both say that he threatened to kill them if they broke up with him schneiders schneiderman spokesperson told the new yorker he quote never made any of these threats so as we're not denying a lot now who you gonna believe honestly who are you gonna believe you got this guy over here and then you have these women over there but you know it's tough call for lips because you gotta sign beside with your party guy don't you yeah that's a third former romantic partner at this point we're still calling him romantic partners they had to seek medical attention after he beat them he threatened a wiretap them have him followed and surveilled and he threatened to kill them but they're still romantic relationships you know that's a romantic partner third romantic partner of schneiderman told manning bearish and sell retina that he also repeatedly subjected her to nonconsensual physical violence but she told them.

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"ratnam" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I know that at heart you are or a dirty little slot you want to be my whore he became more sexually aggressive but she was repulsed by this talk and pulled away from him she says that suddenly at least in my mind's eye he drew back and there was a moment where i was like what's happening then she recalls he slapped me across the face hard twice i was stunned if a woman does not have the right to control their own body she is not truly equal and if a woman is not have the right to control their own body she is not truly free although schneiderman often doted on selva ratnam he demanded that she spent more and more time with him and he began physically abusing her in bed the slap started after we'd gotten to know each other she recalls it was at first as if he were testing me then it got stronger and harder she says it wasn't consensual this wasn't sexual play acting this was abusive demeaning threatening behavior when schneiderman was violent he often made sexual demands he was obsessed with having a threesome and said it was my job to find a woman she says he said he'd have nothing to look forward to if i didn't would hit me until i agreed she had no intention of having a threesome she recalls sometimes he'd tell me to call him master and he'd slapped me until i did sell rotten who was born in sri lanka has dark skin and she recalls that he started calling me his brown slave and demanding that i repeat that i was his property woman does not have the right to control their own body she is not truly equal if a woman is not have the right to control their own body she is not truly free no it does not seem that any of those four women were truly free from eric schneiderman the liberal liberal his controlling grasp ronan farrow writing in the new yorker and eric schneiderman himself talking about what a champion he has always been for women the numbers to call to get in touch with the show.

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"ratnam" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The governorship of the the what is it way we had this other one spitzer let's the attorney general drop in new york you have to be a head case you have to be a psychopath are they did not report their allegations to the police at the time but both say that they eventually sought medical attention after having been slapped hard across the ear and face and also choked salva ratnam says that schneiderman warned her he could have her followed enter phones tapped and both say that he threatened to kill them if they broke up with him schneiderman spokesperson said that he never made any of these threats now i could have sworn that the mantra is the allegation is to be believed a third former romantic partner schneiderman told manning barish and severe ratnam that he also repeatedly subjected her to nonconsensual physical violence but she told them that she's too frightened of him to come forward a fourth woman and attorney who has helped prominent positions of the new york legal community says that schneiderman manian advanced toward her when she rebuffed him he slapped her across the face with such force that it left a mark that lingered the next day she recalls screaming and surprise and pain and beginning to cry and says she felt frightened she has asked to remain unidentified but shared a photograph at the injury with the new yorker now listen to this piece of crap says in a statement schneiderman says quote in the privacy of intimate relationships i have engaged in role playing and other consensual sexual activity i have not assaulted anyone i've never engaged in nonconsensual sex which has a line i would not cross power i think you cross that line i think he crossed that line a lot and you're physically abusing women do you know how low that is but don't worry he's a liberal manning barish was romantically involved with schneiderman from the summer of two thousand thirteen until new year's day in two thousand fifteen sovereign was within from the summer of two thousand sixteen till the fall of twenty seventeen both articulate progressive democratic feminists in their forties who live in manhattan by the way what if they weren't democrat feminists and progressives does it still matter they work in socialize in different circles on although they have become aware of each other stories they have.

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"ratnam" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on WRVA

"To the what is what the governorship of the the what is tweet we had this other one's spitzer what's with the attorney general job in new york you have to be a head case you have to be a psychopath are they did not report their allegations to the police at the time but both say that they eventually sought medical attention after having been slapped hard across the ear and face and also choked salvo ratnam says that schneiderman warned her he could have her followed enter phones tapped and both say that he threatened to kill them if they broke up with him schneiderman spokesperson said that he never made any of these threats now i could have sworn that the mantra is the allegation is to be believed a third former romantic partner schneiderman told manning barish and silverado numb that he also repeatedly subjected her to nonconsensual physical violence but she told them that she's too frightened of him to come forward a fourth woman and attorney who is how prominent positions in the new york legal community says that schneiderman meaning advanced toward her when she rebuffed him he slapped her across the face with such force that it left a mark that lingered the next day she recalled screaming and surprise and pain and beginning to cry and says she felt frightened she has asked to remain unidentified but shared a photograph had the injury with the new yorker i listen to the what this piece of crap says in a statement schneiderman says quote in the privacy of intimate relationships i have engaged in role playing and other consensual sexual activity i have not assaulted anyone i've never engaged a nonconsensual sex which has a line i would not cross i think you crossed that line i think he crossed that line a lot and you're physically abusing women do you know how that is but don't worry he's a liberal manning barish was romantically involved with schneiderman from the summer of two thousand thirteen until new year's day in two thousand fifteen sovereign them was within from the summer of two thousand sixteen till the fall of twenty seventeen both articulate progressive democratic feminists in their forties who live in manhattan by the way what if they weren't democrat feminists and progressives does it still matter they work and socialize in different circles on although they have become aware of each other stories they've only a few overlapping acquaintances to this day they've never spoken to each.

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"ratnam" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I'd say the attorney general should look into this but he is the attorney general manning barish and salva ratnam categorized abusive flicked it on them as a sought they did not report their allegations to the police twenty we had this other one's spitzer let's what the attorney general job in new york you have to be a head case you have to be a psychopath are they did not report their allegations to the police at the time but both say that they eventually sought medical attention after having been slapped hard across the ear and face and also choked salvatore says that schneiderman warned her he could have her followed enter phones tapped and both say that he threatened to kill them if they broke up with him schneiderman spokesperson said that he never made any of these threats now i could have sworn that the mantra is the allegation is to be believed a third former romantic partner schneiderman stalled manning barish and that he also repeatedly subjected her to nonconsensual physical violence but she told them that she's too frightened of him to come forward a fourth woman and attorney who is how prominent positions of the new york legal community says that schneiderman in advance toward her when she rebuffed him he slapped her across the face with such force that it left a mark that lingered the next day she recalled screaming and surprise and pain and beginning to cry and says she felt frightened she has asked to remain unidentified but shared a photograph of the injury with the new yorker now listen to the what this piece of crap says in a statement schneiderman says quote in the privacy of intimate relationships i have engaged in role playing and other consensual sexual activity i have not assaulted anyone i've never engaged in nonconsensual sex which has a line i would not cross i think you crossed that line i think he crossed that line a lot and you're physically abusing women do you know how that is but don't worry he's a liberal manning barish was romantically involved with schneiderman from the summer of two thousand thirteen until new year's day in two thousand fifteen sovereign them was with him from the summer of two thousand sixteen to the.

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"ratnam" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on WWL

"The fire and the game for them that they let the empire decide the game instead of put in their own hands and swinging the bat late in the game with the bases loaded they let the apart aside and he gave to strikeouts now they were biffi calls and you could say that it could win both way enough to swing ratnam right now one fifteen ninety nine with a minute left in the fourth quarter so that game is over it's physical against physical and really that style of basketball right now you could say the spurs and celtics the two best teams playing that style philly wants to be that with embiid with ben simmons running the point big guy who can also go inside but i'm telling you that that's boston's wheelhouse anybody who thought philadelphia with how hot they've been the last month of the season and here into the playoffs is just going to run through the series they are fooling themselves i got a couple of philadelphia fan sixers fans here in the city that are good friends of mine they thought so i looked boston's injuries games this series is going to be over in four or five games do one thing to protect the environment it all starts with just one thing there's a lot of buzz in the news about the decline of our being butterfly population pollinators like bees birds bats and butterflies are essential to our food supply and environment without bees there's no food plant.

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"ratnam" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

16:24 min | 3 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"News radio well that's how funny but i guess because he's on parole in isn't allowed to have a calf allow is something we take my car at a nice guy my brotherinlaw feld he'll by nine price pretty nice gordon i'd ride around in that would drive any something movie should not have when was the last time your outlook well see handing with jersey we went borrowing alaska you're sure about that no known think minute oh wait we went to a movie last wednesday had some ganor went to be out there to get it was a good pick it was taken early or late show well we had some gunning down a straight let right to the show guided ratnam in other news bail you know atone tone were what we're still right out like that there still couldn't than normal seven seven thirty what time to get out of the movie oh pan maybe i have to be a nearly eleven nihar wasn't of the double creature oh seems to take a little more time on at assumed double feature midwest right we are oh well we always say one picture we wrap i can we'll see if there's anything on the go.

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"ratnam" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"I do magic is usually all on the screen uh but yes sometimes i will bus that old music by surprise ratnam over presentation in its immi it's like a little secret weapon a near you utility belt they're gonna get you can saying and the art does who guided bats it's like another little lodge sleep you go up in there has no measure near nablus little magic i do this i do magic on the screen and the effect is actually a way you would structure a magic trick you really new show them exactly what you want them to see right direct them timing is important and so sometimes if i can give you an example i'll have a screen at has a a sentence on it okay yup there or fifteen twenty seconds and in our walk up to the screen and i just slapped the screen and half of the letters fall off the screen and what's left spells a completely different were although who because they've never seen a by four or so and that zia balls misdirection timing yeah or behind the scenes work right right to do that to do that uh some awesome so all all leaders no we have to start somewhere and is always failures along the way and feel years that become one of our most successful adventure so what would you say that would be for you well it it took me a long time to find my niches will the speaker as i do not come out of excuse me i i don't come out of business world long super qualified to talk about marketing r e r r c level executive type guy but i thought what can i talk about i can talk about creature really goes up agree a greater burst by entire lawn okay but what i was trying to start the market that i i learned that creativity is not really the sexiest marketing term that people just gonna go oh that's that's nice i like that uh and it's en it's not i i get that but but i was talking to a friend but you know laura guest yesterday what is your keynote about and i said well it's about it's about how you can be ready for goes momentos changes in live by learning how it by creatively and she said what's it.

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"ratnam" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

Defensive Security Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

"In a bad news but at the but at the same time the with the characteristics shen of the prosecutor does seem a lot different than what in the than the the indictment read right because the indictment basically said you know he he created banking mel where for sale in if memory serves the you know the transcript basically said that even though he uh he included he wrote code that was used in melwert where that was that was sold so it's a little you know it's a little unclear there is some there is some scuttle that um that he may he may accept the plea uh huh uh you know what dona yeah it's she has complicated it there is reports said he admitted to this during police interrogation i don't know how accurate that is and there's also uh we know for a fact that he pled not guilty so that could be building up to clear who knows uh these things take a long time and and the truth is rarely uh the first couple of reports that come out in in others there's some um some people have found old irc transcripts that purport to be him uh involved in the once again so you not your attribution is hard yeah yeah exactly exactly so it's very difficult to know these things based on you know but in ratnam one of the one of the issues with the court system is it's it's really not about whether or not you did a thing it's about whether or not through the process of you know the court the in the legal process you can convince the jury that you did or did not do it.

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"ratnam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"ratnam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is not an easy problem and it's not an easy solution and there's not it's not a conspiracy tim geithner did not call up eric holder and say layoff it's something more troubling because it's something more pernicious and and more fundamental so i have not not so much conspiracy but i have argued that the the greatest innovation of wall street has not been the atm or or securitisation but that it's been convincing the department of justice in the sec the that if you prosecute us the entire economy is coming down right i so how at first of all i have yet to find anything that demonstrates that that's wrong and second you're you're really saying that it's much more systemic then that moment this is some in it's taken place over long are of time we saw in the financial crisis most prominently on death when it became clear that this was a big problem but it really was building before then there was no prosecution of the backed stock option backeding scandal which was uh was huge mendez haber trail should have been easy to should have been much easier to press rescue than it was which raises the question of whether the skillset is there whether the will is there whether they devote enough resources to it and i don't think there the answer's yes to any of those questions in the but you know it was it's not just the banks that was a wonderful innovation the banks that were too big to jail to fail and to be to jail but you're seeing this with recidivist pharmaceutical companies visor has had a halves subsidiary plead guilty to one problem it as ed evita as an np nba they'd say on and on and on you see walmart getting away with bribery and mexico that were the new york times had them dead to rights with all the internal documents we are seeing this across the economy and this is impunity at the highest level of corporate america what they do instead is prosecute ceos of smaller companies and more the head of the hedge fund rows roger ratnam can be prosecuted because he's committed a crime that the.

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