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The University of Utah, Jack Daniel's Whiskey, and Carnival Cruise Lines Hit in Ransomware Attacks
"Do the University of UTAH? Jack. Daniels. Whiskey. And Carnival cruise lines all have in common. Well Friday last last Friday. The University of Utah revealed that it had paid a ransomware gang four, hundred and fifty seven dollars. And fifty nine cents. Four, hundred, Fifty, seven, thousand. Yes I got that would have been. Four hundred and fifty, seven, thousand dollars and fifty, nine, hundred, and fifty thousand. Fifty nine dollars. which sort of begs the question or they get that number? Now that I finally got it out correctly, it's probably bitcoin. Nine dollars like half a million bucks. It's like the Bitcoin version thing they probably would. Yes somewhere. BITCOIN that turned out to be that. And what's interesting is that was not to obtain the decryption key for their files. They didn't need it because it turns out that very few of their files were encrypted but rather her and Leo I know this goes to you know the thing that were you just kind of like. Grit your teeth to purchase the promise. From the extortionists. That the student information that had been exfiltrated beforehand while. Yeah that's not be publicly released your Seymour. One this is big. Yeah. Yeah. They're they're they're just they're hoping that the there is honor among thieves and that these guys will keep their word in senators. Word is that if if you want others to pay you yes. That's it. Exactly. If, of course, ransomware gangs or not all the same but and didn't we hear no, it wasn't It was cannon that had some information leaked last week that we reported on and so so Lawrence over at bleeping computer has said that you know they assumed since the jetsons cannon got themselves back up relatively quickly that they had paid the ransom. But now since the extortionists in that instance were leaking the information, maybe cannon had restored from backups and said, Nah, we're not paying your stinking ransom and the bad guy said. Here comes your You know your your private corporate next decade plans for the future. How do you? How do you want that? How how do you feel about that being leaked? Anyway. So the in this case University of Utah explained. That it had dodged a major ransomware incident and that the attackers managed to encrypt only zero point zero, two percent. Of the data stored on their servers. And the university staff was easily able to restore that from backups. However, the ransomware group then threatened to release student related data see they had obtained and exfiltrated. So, the university said after careful consideration, the university decided to work with its cyber insurance provider to pay a fee to the ransomware attacker. This was done as a proactive and preventative steps to ensure information was not released on the Internet and again to the extent that such. Can Be ensured. The Cyber Insurance policy pay part of the ransom, and the university covered the remainder no tuition grant donation state or tax payer funds were used to pay the ransom thought that was an interesting explicit statement that they made. They said, the university disclosed that the attack took place a little over a month ago on July nineteenth twenty twenty and the network belonging to the Collar College of social and behavioral science was the victim. So Apparently A. A you know as a sub set of the. Entire Larger University. was where the break in occurred and there must have been some isolation there. So anyway, that is one of the three and presumably they were able to negotiate a cheaper payment in order to you know because they hit the bad guys hadn't managed to get. The bulk of the of the university stuff. But you know they did pay for they promised to not share student data, and as you said Leo, the reason that would be honored as well as you know, nearly half a million dollars. And they want to do. Yeah exactly. You got to build your credibility. Exactly And two other large and notable recent ransomware victims were Brown forman famous for their distillation of Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey. And Carnival cruises. The Jack Daniels folks said are quick actions upon discovering the attack prevented our systems from being encrypted. Unfortunately again, we believe some information including employee data was impacted. We are working closely with law enforcement as well as world class third party data security experts to mitigate and resolve this situation. As soon as possible, there are no active negotiations so. In that. So that says it sorta sounds like. Oh, in fact, a that statement from Brown forman came after Bloomberg News reported that it had received an anonymous tip of the ransomware attack a site on the dark web claiming to be run by members of the reveal strain. A ransomware says that it had obtained a terabyte of data from the Louisville Kentucky based. Brown. Foreman the site said that stolen data included contracts financial. Statements Credit Histories and internal correspondence of employees also included were screen shots of file structures documents purportedly taken during the heist. So does look like the pattern we're seeing now is because you know major companies that have the deep pockets who also have the pocket depth to now proactively backup their servers well. So it's possible for the for if if the only thing done was encryption. A golden opportunity to extract a ransom could be thwarted if the if the good guys have backups at. So now what's being done is That data pre encryption is being exfiltrated and stored somewhere. Then the data is encrypted and so we have you know we're we're we're increasingly seeing this two part attack exfiltration that the company desperately does not want to be made public. In case they have backups in which case, they would not otherwise need to pay the extortion. So you know it's not really ransomware as much as it is. Okay. We got copies of all your stuff. Shall we share it with the world? PLANO blackmail.
"zero two percent" Discussed on KTRH
"My friend Daniel Horowitz points out at conservative review when thousands of rioters burned down private businesses and even violently attacked a woman in a wheelchair in response to a horrible act committed by one police officer it is clear that the George Floyd rights are not about justice as shown by the viral footage of the Minneapolis writes in the attacks on LA police officers yesterday but what exposes the so called movement is nothing but a dangerous anarchist mob more than one and how they act is when they fail to protest and actually remain silent an even more black lives are at stake he says the actor the officer who placed his knee on George Floyd's neck for several minutes after he was completely neutralized and couldn't move is obviously indefensible as with every criminal act that leads to murder he should be punished to the fullest extent of the law but why is it we never heard on the news about the endless trend of copy ambushes and executions at the hands of violent criminals in recent months why do we never hear about the cases were cops engaging near suicidal restraint to go the extra mile to defuse the situation that is the balance of coverage in perspective we rarely see and so this is why you hear constantly about systemic racism and at the reaction of the president the Attorney General the US attorney others demonstrates the opposite the reason we never see this balance is because the media doesn't have an agenda for justice are prudent policing but he writes to spark racial he says racial war this is why we never saw riding your media outrage after Somali immigrant police officer Minneapolis fatally shot just in time an Australian woman in cold blood in twenty seventeen after she approached his patrol car to report a suspected right behind our house the only reason the cop was tried and sentenced to twelve and a half years for manslaughter was that this was an international incident in the Australian government raised an outcry over he goes on consider the following according to The Washington Post database on police shootings seventeen unarmed African Americans were killed by police in twenty eighteen seventeen let's just assume the unlikely something that all seventeen run justify which isn't the case but he's saying let's just assume it's in the mold of the choking death of George Floyd that accounts for just point zero zero two percent of the seven thousand four hundred and seven black homicide victims that year according to the FBI's uniform criminal report the overwhelming majority of whom were killed by black criminals not white criminals or police in cases where the races of both the victim and offender were known as staggering almost eighty nine percent of black homicide victims are murdered by black criminal he's not he's not making any excuse for what's happening Mr Floyd he denounces any wants those officers punished he's talking about the narrative that's in the media and I'll talk about the likes of lebron James and others he says this is a recurring epidemic every year and is made worse by the broad and indiscriminate war on cops and public safety even the fear of dying from corona virus didn't stop the murder and mayhem in America's inner cities the black lives matter as all lives to where's the outrage this is white isolated incidents cannot be manipulated for the purpose of pushing a broad policy narrative it's so you saying the statistics simply don't bear out the rhetoric and there's no justification for the rights in the looting none whatsoever particularly when you look at the reaction in this case in this case there's no excuse for this none but they constantly attack law enforcement generally when the facts don't bear that out they constantly attack.
"zero two percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The Attorney General the US attorney others demonstrates the opposite the reason we never see this balance is because the media doesn't have an agenda for justice are prudent policing but he writes to spark racial he says racial war this is why we never saw riding your media outrage after Somali immigrant police officer Minneapolis fatally shot just in time an Australian woman in cold blood in twenty seventeen after she approached his patrol car to report a suspected right behind our house the only reason the cop was tried and sentenced to twelve and a half years for manslaughter was that this was an international incident in the Australian government raised an outcry over it he goes on consider the following according to The Washington Post database on police shootings seventeen unarmed African Americans were killed by police in twenty eighteen seventeen let's just assume the unlikely something that all seventeen run justify which isn't the case but he's saying let's just assume it's in the mold of the choking death of George Floyd that accounts for Jess point zero zero two percent of the seven thousand four hundred and seven black homicide victims that year according to the FBI's uniform criminal report the overwhelming majority of whom were killed by black criminals not white criminals or police in cases where the races of both the victim and offender were known as staggering almost eighty nine percent of black homicide victims are murdered by black women he's not he's not making any excuse for what's happening Mr Floyd he denounces any wants those officers punished he's talking about the narrative that's in the media and I'll talk about the likes of lebron James another he says this is a recurring epidemic every year and is made worse by the broad and indiscriminate war on cops and public safety even the fear of dying from corona virus didn't stop the murder and mayhem in America's inner cities the black lives matter as allies to where's the outrage this is why isolated incidents cannot be manipulated for the purpose of pushing a broad policy narrative it's so you saying the statistics simply don't bear out the rhetoric and there's no justification for the rights.
"zero two percent" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Through the clouds and fog it's believed is Kobe Bryant's helicopter it's a real is a server the neighborhood and there's a giant helicopter Glendale resident David lewd mere ski shot the video he says his home was shaking from the rubble of the chopper and then there's add additional nest audio that you can barely hear but as I thought nothing that's when the when the state slash the house is shaking because they thought that was wrong with the helicopter at that point correct well the people said they heard sputtering but also I think a helicopter when it's that close your house is right I floor helicopter twice in one was a it was in Spain it sounds weird but it it was a thing that we're doing and even going to a helicopter when it goes on when you get in if you're going to it's already on and you're like get blown by the wind it's so loud so me that's close to someone's house there could be some shaking there are some sputtering involved as well and when I was in a helicopter and I don't I'm never going not because of this because I did read that the helicopter helicopter that crashed the crash right for those helicopters is next to non right you're sailing harms me this they says when the safe is not the same as helicopter you comply it's more than a plane they said a while they were comparing to helicopter and it was like point zero two two percent chance of getting to a arm on the helicopter helicopters and not the compared to cars is this yeah of all helicopters you have point zero two two percent chance of while of crashing so when it does happen it's usually a pilot error but in would be in you know it we could come back later mechanical Eric could it just seems like everything's pointing to to that but I was in a helicopter flying over between Spain and Morocco are you this is a free to you we say that is a free trip okay and we're falling guy that was doing this thing a jet pack it a jet pack on his back he was jumping out of a plane to about crazy stuff and he's flying over the strait of Gibraltar Gibraltar and it was transit some world record because going between two countries on a jet pack so he jumps out of the plane we're in a helicopter following him like watching him having visual on him just case something goes wrong also he goes into a bunch of clouds we can't see him and then we lose all contact with the guy it turns into like this kind of like joy ride Hey wristwatches guy they're filming it then there's three or four other helicopters and planes it's turned to joy right it turns into a rescue mission and I can't say I went off the helicopter we're in the middle there right these guys full speed ahead combing the beach like the helicopter is tilted towards the ground the rescue mission like what they're they don't know the guy and it might be in the ocean might be the ocean he might hit the ground they could he had a telecommunication but we found out later he passed out because he got upside down and then lost consciousness in there to get the parachute out the E. likely he had a never heard this story I don't know right now I know luckily they had all these backup plans because he has a jet pack on his back that's it it's a mine in the sky like you see in a movie that they had if you got to like two hundred feet she would come out automatically get one get pollen self selected that happen sore combing the beat like flying up and down in feet from the ground up Mike what are you other pilots and we're gonna and likely the guys that were flying were like Spanish fighter pilot to me that all the experience but still then they're flying in and turning fast now Mike there could be behind because it will be a free land into each other right yeah the helicopters and then they go up there like we can try to get better visual on the ocean at this point and we're in the cloud we can't see anything and again it wasn't planned like this the rescue mission is what we'll do so it was fine around trying to find the sound like I wouldn't I feel lucky that nothing bad happened my day we see him in the water and they were able to go down to get him but he holy crap never cheering Katie's late night the morning next June is sweet a down and you and you.
"zero two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The governor gets his ducks in a row for this heavy weather headed for the Texas Gulf the latest eleven on news radio twelve hundred W. away I. so still you're going going on vacation gonna go see the the rents yes took the kids go see the mom not gonna be very carefully this to a second my wife last night and we're going to a beach like it's by the beach kids are gonna want to go in the water so I don't want to go in the water. as a creamy like we talk about I have to take it in the water going to beach house well the flesh eating bacteria who and so this is now the media is freaking people out there's been a couple of people who have caught this swimming. listen to the facts of this that was a hundred eighty million people go swimming. okay there's only two hundred and five cases of flesh eating bacteria in America so right now you're in a very low rate. ninety percent of those cases come from eating raw oysters. okay ninety percent. if you are unlucky enough to get this. you have over eighty five percent chance of surviving. so it's not even that long it's zero point zero zero zero zero zero two percent and the people who do die from it are almost entirely either elderly or with compromised immune systems so you are three thousand four hundred and sixty two times more likely to have to die falling from your bed to then flushing bacteria but the new meeting is is featuring it like crazy now I hear it's like it's like walking down the street going to get hit with Washington area dam and our a and are they are a man what but the NRA they've been Sunday this this flesh eating bacteria I don't.
"zero two percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Headline and breaking news twenty four hours a day business the Bloomberg business the hour let's get you caught up on market action very little change right now for the major equity measures we've been fluctuating ahead of the fed meeting markets also digesting some mixed earnings news advanced micro devices down eight percent this is the number two maker of computer processors disappointing third quarter sales forecast A. M. D. indicating some lower than expected orders for the game console chips from companies like Microsoft and Sony on the other hand apple is rallying by more than four percent at this hour after lifting its forecast overnight does Sam songs numbers were disappointing given some of the global tension we have seen on the trade front along with that relative weakness in the wireless industry Sam sung overnight was down two and a half percent now speaking of trade we've got the talks between the US and China and the overnight without much in the way of headway the two sides have agreed to continue talking the White House saying earlier the Chinese can aside confirmed its commitment to increase purchases of US agricultural exports however there was no mention made of the ban on walkway Dow industrial average right now is essentially flat S. and P. five hundred higher by less than one tenth of one percent and in the nasdaq market the composite index is up two tenths of one percent U. S. ten year treasury with a yield of two point zero two percent caught up on markets let's get back to Bloomberg politics policy power.
"zero two percent" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Can't trust them. I mean, and that's that just goes to show that they don't care about human lives. Abortion is unconstitutional by the nine amendment, and it's been declared that and these people these pain aside, and we can take rate, but just like the previous caller planning. Controlled Al they're getting pregnant, but also the plan B, and I'm pretty sure doctors have stuff for that more rape victims. And let's talk about what's the percentage of infants and the United States. It's like point zero two percent. Almost never have in most cases. It's rare everything they advocating for nothing, but excuses. If if a betas with a Hornby is not a human life than I'm not be either. Because beets every day. Yeah. Hi, pre shit the front call. Thank you, brother. Good talk to you five three five nine seven three two if you'll scroll down, by the way, there was part of that video of this lawmaker saying, you know, we're gonna either, you know, some kids are unwanted. So you kill them. Now, you kill them waiter. There was another part of their with state Representative John Rogers advocated for abortion, by highlighting his words. Not mine. I wanna make very clear, quote, they're they're retarded in half to form babies this part much of the media scrub because they didn't want to show this. I think you need understand. This is the Democrats mindset. Listen..
"zero two percent" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"Office buildings or they might provide security guards still other. Contractors do certain kinds of research. There's all kinds of things they do. And there are thousands of companies like this and these contractors were not being paid. And neither therefore were a lot of their workers for the five weeks, the shutdown lasted the fact that workers and contractors were not being paid had he direct and negative effect on the economy, but most of that affect was temporary. Now that the shutdown is over those eight hundred thousand federal workers will get back paid for the five weeks of the shutdown and the federal agencies will get their expected funding their own version of back bay. In other words, these agencies can resume paying contractors? And so the negative effect of the shutdown will mostly be offset as money starts getting paid out to workers and contractors mostly offset, though, not fully offset some of the economic activity that was lost her in the shutdown. We'll never be recovered about three billion dollars worth again that is today's planet money indicator, and again, you can stop listening. Now if you want. Deep into it. You might as well go. You miss your chance. The exit was way back in the hunt. You'll just be missing the path and the CPO explains the most obvious place where the economic activity was lost. And that is in the hours that those furloughed government workers would have been working and in the services that those workers would have been providing during those hours now that the shutdown is over those furloughed workers are back to work and providing their usual services, but they can't go back in time. And do the work they missed three billion dollars. Frankly is a tiny tiny amount in the context of the overall US economies. Sounds like a lot of money. Yeah. I mean, if I had three billion dollars I'd be crock here. You'd be broadcasting the header from an island latest download. On away their bonus. The US economy. This year is expected to produce about twenty trillion dollars of goods and services. So according to the show we're talking about an amount of damage. That's roughly just zero point zero two percent of the economy that doesn't make life obviously any easier for those workers that did suffer without a paycheck for five weeks. But in terms of the overall economy, it's just not a big effect. We will however just add quickly that the reason there was a shutdown in the first place was because the president wanted five point seven billion dollars in the budget for a border wall and congress did not want to include that money. And so the shutdown ended up directly costing the economy more than half of that amount. And the problems still wasn't solved. The dispute still wasn't resolved. So we're not here for the politics. You can make that what you will. We're going to keep plowing ahead with the economy. But can you put a dollar amount on principle? I guess your politicians. I guess that's true. But the CBO also said there was a lot of stuff that it's estimates could not measure effects that were either uncertain or indirect or both. So for example. Yes, federal workers are now getting a paycheck again. But the experience of having struggled without one for so long might lead them to start saving more money spending less money, and that could mean slower economic growth in the short term, a second example, some federal government agencies guarantee, or in some cases, give out certain kinds of loans to people in businesses. For instance, the small business administration guarantees loans to well, small businesses and those loans.
Shutdown costs pegged at $3 billion as U.S. government reopens
"Dead. A new report says the latest government shutdown. Cost the US economy three billion dollars. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office CB L says eleven billion dollars was lost. But eight billion dollars is expected to be recovered CBO. Also, lower GDP estimates for the first quarter of this year by point zero two percent GDP is a measure of economic growth. The partial government shutdown lasted thirty five days. It was lifted when I deal was struck to extend funding for one quarter of the federal government to February fifteenth. President Trump has threatened another shutdown if he does not get several billion dollars for a border
"zero two percent" Discussed on Invest Like the Best
"Start taking off the table and Hala Louisa they love SoftBank. And then it has the investments where they're buying a third to half of a company wag brand lists door. Dash they are used. They are clearly sort of have this notion that this company or this category can produce a ten billion plus outcome. God only knows the amount of growth that that company is going to have to have in order to be meaningful. Does it become a we're going to buy a bunch of other businesses that are in the same Rabelo? We're going to smash. I I don't know what that outcome. Eventually looks like I do know that if I'm and I'm not a seed investor in any of those companies, but friends who are if you're a CD mess in that company. You're all of a sudden you're just along for. The ride. You surely not doing your pariah in a three fifty on three fifty round the board in some cases, gets cleared out to founders, maybe even a new CEO that they put in place in them. It looks like something very different than the company invested in. And you're you're hoping that you get some money back. So I sort of have a blog post in me somewhere that says like you want soft Bank to invest in your second quarter of companies, not not your best. So I have to think about that stuff. Because some of my founders are going to have to think about that stuff. And they're going to both want my advice. But I'm also going to have to sort of understand what my interests are. I think amongst those two sides. I can't spend my life in any one of them. I can't spend my life thinking, I'm just in this, quiet. Little quiet little nook of the Chesapeake Bay and nothing that's going on macro should bother me. But I think it would be low ROI to spend too much of my time thinking macro and theoretically about the landscape in front of me given that point zero zero. Zero zero two percent of assets under management in this weirdo liquid space. So yeah. So maybe it's a it's a little bit of both. And I ended up thinking at a company by company basis. What macro has in store for us? But I was going to predict anything if we were gonna you know, what you say with one hundred fifteenth episode. So if we if we came back, and I did your two hundred episode. I bet I would tell you that we took money off the table in growth rounds in some of our most promising companies because it was a chance to put real money back into our LP's pockets that we had you had different types of investors who really paying forward from a valuation standpoint. And it was just a prudent thing to do independent of our forecasting for the success of that company. We've come a long way without really talking much about what I think is maybe the most valuable thing that you do which is very tight relationship with the founders themselves in the early stages of the business through Bs said, so what is the most common way that you find? CEO's or founders need help. And and what is what is the advice that you think is most valuable to them that maybe they're not getting in? What can be I'm sure sometimes very lonely existence fundamentally what we're trying to do. We don't sit on these org charts. They're not our companies. So what we're trying to do is help founders especially CEO's make smarter faster decisions that sometimes can be bringing them our expertise, connecting them with other types of data expertise relationships. That's the trees. Right. So that the micro level what we're doing with them on a weekly or every other week basis is talking through the tactical things that we could do to help them move faster them getting our advice, helping them close candidate sourcing recruiting. I think all these companies are fundamentally built on a tripod of product distribution team. So we are deploying resource and expertise against all of those that is valuable, but what's also valuable is let's call it the forest, which is essentially just two things the things you believe to be true. And what you needed to accomplish to get to that next phase. Which is usually next funding. Are we right? And are we on track? The other thing is how are you doing?.
"zero two percent" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Like okay takeaway that he's a good looking guy which i think scott is obviously like blown away by the cool guy factor what was the underlying story was literally long dissolves we were really able to got it over it because it was nothing special and they couldn't they couldn't even through editing make it seem like more than it was like they did their absolute best buy like dissolving like there was something special about it but when you pay attention what are you saying he was literally to saying like regular like oh yeah and then rock started this which was nothing different than anyone else said to scotty the whole day yeah i mean scotty loves brett so much and this was him in the nomination ceremony the moniker is and what you have is just ridiculous davis each army in every single time i talked to you do what if alone oh try to play cool yeah we'll scotties virgin he's he has trouble he knowing when to rein in the compliments supposedly hurled story first round that maybe he is lying about behavour jn yeah well it was funny it was funny that they were like they were like oh my god he's such a he's such a genius and the hyperbole is is out of control on everybody in this house and like i bet he's lying about being a virgin like well why would he if he so if he secretly was this genius like wouldn't he dreaded downplay it and like i kind of like he outside the house he has all these dates but then he's trying to project the image of being the nerdy twenty six year old virgin like i don't understand what he's going for i remember like last week there were there were some people talking about tyler like oh tyler is such a mastermind and we're like wow we can't believe how receptive they are to figure that out but now i'm kind of realizing that like no no that's just they their immediate goto now scotty is the mastermind and brett is this like missed dan level player like they're just they're just all about the hyperbole rob yeah do you think this is a response to paul where that every single person who's doing something under the radar has to be the person who's running everything probably yeah i mean mystery who's really the person running everything in the house i like onset on season seventeen when steve was like vanessa she's the derek i figured it out and then and then i think they saw what happened with paul and so they're like they're just really scared of there being paul and so they they talk about paul all the time like oh well i can't aligned with payers because that's what paul did and that'd be really obvious so yeah there's there's a lot of paul ghosts in that house yes alley does it bother you that paul comes with such a stigma now here just does it bother me yes properly no i mean no it doesn't i don't care i'm very fickle onto the next one if anything only bothers me because it's like they've only seen the seasons politics site paul right all right before we get through the app store we also got this great conversation between fethi and j c i don't know why they're talking about being left handed but we got some interesting stats tonight alley zero point two percent of the world's population is was not taken away in the on the lake on the leftovers but instead we ended up being left handed did he do you watch the leftovers and think it was like oh this is about oh point two percent of all the lefthanded people okay i get it wasn't the leftovers two percent and weren't they talking about point zero two percent what is it i think so oh jaycees an hbo subscriber he has rachel nath where he has moved decimal point over we have a lot of problems with decimal points he doesn't strike me as.
"zero two percent" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Indoor back and you guys yet another trump jazz rally he should his mouth for like an hour straight and shit his own mouth in montana in the mouth all the hits i think we have a couple of clips yeah he did all the hits which is great because we all know that a trump rally is like a concert for scared white people where they love to get to the other and they can y'all cheer for the same ignorant talking points that are based in reality so the the one that got talked about most was when he talked about elizabeth warren his favorite a native american politician that he calls poke haunt his plea let's say i'm debating pocahontas right i promise you this i will take you know those little kids say sell a television for two dollars learn your niche we will take that little kid and say but we have to gently because when the metoo generations who have to be very yet we we will very gently take that kit and we will slowly toss it hoping it doesn't hit her injure her arm he thinks i think he thinks it's a rape kit test i don't know what it is the way he gestures to i don't know why me to should has anything to do with them very deeply very jet high dam and he is exerted it won't assaulted altos yet so casually effortlessly rapi like he is just he's a anyway again that's why we were like even when we were talking about do we put this in the show because like okay we can do the thing where agents should head says the thing that gets everyone pissed off yet i guess that's one thing this is going to be a thing if she wants for president and just you know i did a little bit of research on dna tests are notoriously bad at tracing native dna and also this is a very common narrative in oklahoma like everybody's family has a back story of you know some relative that was native american an independent genealogists said that this is like the most common misconception people always think that they have some sort of native american blood and sometimes their parents are writing sometimes their parents are lying i know somebody who grew up being like yeah no i'm part choctaw and then his dad did a dna test and that's all check lucky and that was not true like point zero two percent a native american so well i definitely know we have indian omar in our family well that's all black people say too but this we have pictures because like you know when this slaves were freed like the only other people that are going to rock with them were native americans we've got some indian and you look at your good hair yeah that's what it is yeah because blood quantum is a very tough thing to i guess quantify yet in these situations so more than eight hundred nine hundred thousand people told the two thousand ten cents or at least part cherokee despite the federally recognized cherokee tried only having half as many members but the point is that like she never got famous for this she never benefited from this the harvard law school professor who recruiter for the position that she's supposedly used this for was like yeah that has nothing to do with why we hired her i had no idea that she even was part native american because like why would i and right it was just like she listed herself as part native american in a like guide to faculty at a at law schools so i'm here so i guess his outrage is that she misrepresented herself her ethnicity res donald trump that's so offensive resident to the native american people that he loves so much that somebody would out here trying to be a pretend member of their tribe i'd come on you don't care and that's just like the one thing that he has because other than that you know he's like you know cashews look trying to regular stock mortgage and bassist we'll never mind into just call her this pejorative i'm offended he's trying to be a.
Putin Says Sanctions Cause the Global Economy to Suffer
"From the copper point insurance business center president putin russian president vladimir putin says the global economy suffered from politically driven sanctions speaking friday at a business forum and saint petersburg putin pointed at quote not just erosion but the dismantling of a system of multilateral cooperation that took decades to build and quote in apparent criticism of the us he said economic sanctions have become a political instrument used to suppress the competition or extract concessions russia us ties have been strained over the ukrainian crisis the war in syria and accusations of moscow meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election the us and its allies have hit russia was several waves of sanctions that badly hurt its economy right now on wall street dow is down but not much now it's down less than point zero two percent down five points s and p five hundred down about two in the nasdaq's in positive territory about a third of a percent twentythree points it's up right now it's seventy four forty eight for more money news visit the copper point insurance business center.
"zero two percent" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"So it could it could it's been over one hundred dollars a barrel before we've certainly seen that but it's a question of when is that going to happen into no one's really sure the fact that crude oil is in the seventies right now is is great we certainly had an upward trajectory on it it might even be in the eighties i think what's interesting to note here is they'll be some other big news as oil prices progress upwards don't forget that saudi arabia really the leader of opec and a huge producer is hoping to ipo aramco's drawing it really wants to sell off its quasi state run oil company wants to make a ton of money so it would help well as what is its product oil and so the more expensive oil is the more expensive it's product is and the more money it will make and therefore the more it will be valued at was using the the saudis may see a kind of sweet spot get the price up enough to make a lot of money off this initial public offering of aramco but not so high that it destroys life as we know it i think that's an important distinction because obvious obviously the saudis would like to have the world function because they want the world to be buying oil they don't want the economies to be grinding to a halt because then oil consumption goes down so there is a sweet spot and there's a balance there that needs to happen in we're really approaching that balance right now and i have to think if i'm saudi arabia looking at the price of oil right now it's looking much more attractive in the seventies than it did when it was in the twenty s another front center topic on this wednesday is the benchmark interest rate the yield on the government's ten year note is down actually three point zero two percent the fed is going to release some minutes of its last meeting we've got a sense of their thinking but there's more to it the fed has been very consistent messaging so i don't think anyone expects us prize coming out of those minutes with interesting is we are seeing a lot of volatility in that ten year note and in fact across government issued debt so us government issued debt and it's important to remember that when the world is in turmoil it's still.
Macron Says He Thinks Trump Will Pull Out of Iran Nuclear Deal
"Mobile app and tick tock on twitter this is a bloomberg business flash it is indeed i'm doug krizner at bloomberg world headquarters in new york let's get you up to speed on market action we'll begin with the earnings from samsung because this report kind of cuts both ways first quarter profit was above estimates net income at ten point seven billion dollars that's in dollar terms obviously but the company is warning of a possible decline in profitability in its mobile business in q two right now in the soul session we have samsung shares down about are higher i should say i'm sorry higher by about seven tenths of one percent the stock has been bouncing around between kind of a gain of about one half of one percent to about one percent the kospi net effect here has the kospi up about one half of one percents weakness in the end visavis the dollar during the york session one oh nine thirty three in dollar yen the nikkei pushing higher by four tenths of one percent but as has been the case for australia asx two hundred has been on the back foot for most of the session remember we're coming back from a holiday yesterday as sex right now down less than one tenth of one percent here in the states a mixed picture one of the things market is continuing to struggle with this notion of the impact of higher us bond yields the ten year treasury right now in the tokyo session at three point zero two percent higher bonds strengthened the dollar quite a bit in new york trading with the bloomberg dollar spot up about four tenths of one percent san francisco next so we can get the latest on global news ed baxter is in the bloomberg nine sixty newsroom ed all right doug thank you stark warning against isolation coming today from french president emmanuel macron he tells us congress iran deal signed that he expects the us will be back in the climate change back soon as well across speaking to journalists in dc this afternoon or this evening i should say east coast time says he thinks president trump will pull out of the iran nuclear deal he says he thinks trump will exempt at the eu from.
Macron says he believes Trump will exit Iran deal next month
"Pouring over the samsung electronics earnings first quarter profit exceeding analysts estimates booming exports have memory chips the first quarter net was eleven point six one trillion one and that was higher than the ten point nine trillion that analysts were looking for and it was more than fifty percent higher than the same period last year samsung says it's looking forward to strong demand for de ram chips and also that it expects increased sales of all ed panels qualcomm has issued an optimistic forecast for the current quarter that's a sign that demand is beginning to pick up in china which is the largest smartphone market in the world sales will be four point eight billion to five point six billion in the fiscal third quarter let's take a look at the markets will get the open on tokyo seoul and some of the other markets in the next few minutes at the moment cash market in new zealand is down three tenths of a percent australian futures a little bit higher but we'll see because at the moment that that number still a little bit under where the cash market closed and if you look at the currency trades this morning while the yen has had a really rough period year it's about the the toughest run we've had in about eighteen months or so stabilized here at the moment doll yen one nine thirty nine euro at a dollar twenty yield on the ten year three point zero two percent so interesting it didn't seem to feature as much in us trading as perhaps some had feared that we jumped above three percent that perhaps it was overshadowed by the very strong earnings you saw from bowing before the bell and facebook apps twelve minutes before the top of the hour let's get to san francisco back stor steps in and he has the top stories all right bryan thank you a stark warning against isolationism coming today from french president emmanuel macron he tells the us congress iran deal is signed that he expects the us will be back on the climate change pack soon as well a macron ben speaking to journalists in a separate event in washington dc says he thinks president trump will pull out of the iran nuclear deal he says he thinks trump will exempt the eu from steel tariffs there's a very interesting story that has just moved up now on the.
"zero two percent" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Exactly right so a special master is typically in the federal courts it's a magistrate judge who is not the presiding judge in the case who is then appointed to handle discovery disputes right and again this is a procedure that i see all the time in my day to day job civil litigation it's particularly in huge cases right i had a a nine year long insurance coverage case and we produced millions of documents and what you don't want to do is you don't want to overburden a judge who has five hundred cases on her docket over the course of the year right if all of a sudden now all of those cases all of the questions about documents had to go to the presiding judge like he'd literally only two percent of cases go to trial now and it would that would be point zero zero two percent of cases right so you appoint a special master and the special master gets to hear all of the disputes so as you can imagine if you were to point a special master in this case it would insert a level of bureaucracy in between the government and judge kimba wood who is presiding over this matter and the government would be able to file a ton of these motions get hearings on them right the government would ha you know the the the special master would have to review the document it would just it would delay things right and so judge woods order on monday was for the government to proceed with the use of the team to prepare summaries of the documents upload all of the material into a database that that attorneys typically use that will then scan and sort the documents and you know be able to tell us so we can we will know of the documents seized by the government.
"zero two percent" Discussed on Science Friday
"Birds that don't exist anywhere else in you know have no natural predators there so they can just reek total havoc but it seems that they were successful so now they're they're no mice left is right that comes to about six bucks a mile so pretty well worth their money all finally we're not doing a good thing bad thing this week but you have a story that fits that mold perfectly about the trappist one exo planet system right yeah well we're so used to hearing scientists talk about water on other planets as as being such a cool thing it's it's the baseline ingredient for life so when we say a planet is potentially habitable better have water a really cool study this week showed that the planets in the trappist system which was in the news a lot last year might have too much water for life like way because you can have too much we're talking about so earth has something like point zero two percent of its mass made up by water and we're pretty wet planet as they go these planets have maybe five to ten or even fifty percent of their mass taken up by water and we don't even know what that looks like we're talking about planets where everything down to the very closest bit you can get to the core is water so physically we don't really understand totally how that would work and also just the geology would be so different that at least based on our understanding of how life works there would be not enough of the molecules that that are the building blocks of cells so of course this comes back to the question of like how do we know that life on other planets is anything like ours so maybe there is some kind of crazy life swimming around on these super weird wet trappist planets but we certainly wouldn't be able to detect it based on what we know about life that's too hopeful stories.
"zero two percent" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"But now we can say with a fair amount of certainty that they must be rocky allah iin high its act is all say of rocky planets so a mercury venus on mars but similar is this system compatible rain there remarkably similar earlier when we had large uncertainties it men that the plans could have any mass ourageous within those uncertainties in accra foreign anywhere but we find out that trump is one sees almost to a copy of venus we find that trump is one d looks really much like the moon and trump is one e is by far the most interesting is the most of planet we've identified so far we look container inner composition that seems to match our planet things are looking up with this falls planet it's density is almost the same as earth's meaning that let in a course must be similar but what about those all important signs of water toughest when of the woman was to do not known academia the amount of water that is on earth is minute zero point zero two percent of the mass of the earth is made of water so with this little amount it's hard to measure it on trappist twenty however we do know that there is a lot of water round trump used one be either planet closest to the star seems to have vast amount of volatile so before the tide is something that is not solid if it is water then he would have two hundred and fifty times more than the earth has so having a lot of water in assistant bodes well for water on truckers twenty and given 10 years ameri suspects that won't even know what trappist one east atmosphere will be night.
"zero two percent" Discussed on Do By Friday
"A dictionary of food additives b h hq is a form of butane i e lighter fluid the fda allows processors to use sparingly in our food comprise no more than zero point zero two percent of the oil in inaugu it which is hands wants calling me which is probably just as well considering that in just a single gram of tb hq kick can cause nausea vomiting ringing in the ears delirium a sense of suffocation and collapse ingesting five grams of tb hq can kill that can't be brought it like so high read it on away i read it on a website as right here on this website are a piece notes so 00 to you'd have half a gram of you add twenty five nuggets yeah but but they sell twenty peace nuggets which right food oh okay but that's probably 20 piece nuggets is probably over the serving size but one person i like the public are you a if you wait two to three hundred delegates in a single sitting kill you i feel very bad big mac this was a mistake oh no no i oh there's so much special sauce and bread oh goodness oh the lettuce oh i feel like i'm sort of standing in a wave pool like it's calm kind of you know ooh you can't get that that that oh point rocking you always bring in my makes trai is way better than i remember what are you having right now uh big law no.
"zero two percent" Discussed on Partially Derivative
"So bit so that it's more medical interventions are more specifically tailored on individual genetic individual's genetic makeup and i mean the promise of precision medicine can't really be delivered without you know with twenty percent of the world's population kinda missing from from the database and so they're they're basically going around and gathering and analysing genetic data from india and other organizations are applying that same focus to other data dark countries in south america and africa and asia so i think that the rob nina the problem is on its way to being solved but i also just felt like oh this something really simple and familiar about this particular problem with ought not an of data you know like how many times right i just thought that was kind of don't know oddly interesting and also i wasn't what's also cool is that my dna was ninety nine point eight percent so what's the other zero point zero two percent for it it's scandinavian while you have one scandinavian probably assuming one scandinavian ancestor at some point what was between the fourteen hundreds and the 1600 oh that's a small amount of time that really narrows of john 200 here and i mean and my family was like gasping like no we can't be weird like totally 100 percent who is this you know where's the family line while india's obviously had its share of invaders from like i wouldn't maybe maybe i should call them colonist i don't know what they're called but there are from all over the invaders route inwards yeah and mirrors that's what they are and so there's lots of genetic mixing because of that so of course we would have some non indian.
"zero two percent" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from tito's handmade vodka distilled from corn and naturally gluten free for recipes and more visit them at tito's vodka dot com eighty proof tito's handmade vodka fifth generation inc distilled and bottled in austin texas in one of the world's most densely populated cities hong kong if you want to grab a tomato for your salad he might have to run upstairs a lot of stairs npr's rob schmitz has this report on the vegetable gardens growing on the city's rooftops on a typical block in this city thousands of people live on top of each other poll fabrica thinks about all these people as he looks up at the towering high rises above the streets and then he thinks about all that space above all these be the square footage here is incredibly expensive but yet if you look at home from from above its full of empty roof dumps it is he says a big opportunity for growth fabrica is not a developer in a city full of bankers he's a gardiner he helped run a gardening cooperative called rooftop republic in hong kong currently there are around seven hundred exporters of farmland that are being farms so the amount of rooftops space is almost the same as the amount were using today to farm like farm actual farmland hong kong's agricultural contribution to its gdp is eero point zero two percent fabric as goal is to boost that tiny number by filling hong kong's 1500 acres of rooftop space with vegetable gardens he starting small by giving tutorials to city residents of them were on the roof of a french restaurant in hong kong central district it's surrounded by skyscrapers in its covered with row after row of container gardens.