SAN JOSE STUDENTS GOT A BEAUTIFUL SURPR San Jose
SAN JOSE STUDENTS GOT A BEAUTIFUL SURPRISED FROM HER CLOSED ONES
A popular student from Southern Bay got a little shock Thursday when relatives and friends turned up for her eighteenth birth celebration and graduate celebration mix.
Cheers and appreciation lined the streets like a firetruck, and Veronica rode a lengthy line of vehicles adorned with banners, made her surprised.
"She was disappointed that this day gonna pass like every day, so it's nice seeing her smiling," Veronica's mother, Lisa, stated.
Veronica is a student at San Jose Branham collage. She has CP and other disorders, and seems to be active with nonprofits like the Best Buddies and Angels on Scene.
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A TENSE CONFRONTATION BETWEEN GOVERNOR LICCARDO AND BLACK COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
San-Jose Governor Liccardo, after a tense confrontation with a black county administrator at a town hearing previous week,caused concerns with local-ethnic representatives.
Public San-Jose/Silicon-Valley N.A.A.C.P sent out a message Mon to Liccardo and any employee of the San-Jose Municipality requesting a formal apology from the Governor to Rosalyn Hughey, Development Officer. Same message was shared on Twitter.
Rev. Morre, chairman of the San-Jose section of the N.A.A.C.P, stated Hughey was submitted to Liccardo's "dramatic sort of microaggression" and "displaced responsibility" At a district Council vote, Moore found the governor's handling of Hughey inappropriate and degrading.
Previous Tuesday's committee, Liccardo, who appeared noticeably agitated, asked Hughey regarding the town's shortage of San Jose licenses and building project approvals. Countywide apartment sites were shut down and ventures were put on pause in the mid of the Mar stay-at-home policy of the town.
Licardo stated he noticed the city remove building limits prematurely, which came the day after the committee meeting, enabling for hundreds of unfinished projects to restart. The governor stressed that the city has to clear the lessen of licenses and permits to enable thousands of development employees to easily come back to work after the limitations have been removed.
A FIVE ARRESTS IN THE LAST YEARS FATAL SHOOTING OF 67 YEAR OLD
Thursday the police reported 5 arrests in last year's fatal shooting of a Sixty-seven Y/o guy in downtown San Jose.
The attack was confirmed at 5:25 p.m. throughout the Eastern Santa Clara and North Fifth places neighborhood. 26. Oct.
Police rushed to help 2 guys, 1 with minimum one bullet wound.
The guys were taken to a hospital where, a short while later, 1 expired. Later he was named as Wilmar Spikes, a citizen of San Jose. The latter suffered his wounds.
Tepoorten retorted investigators recognized and jailed 4 other gunmen in the firing Twenty-five Y/o Israel Arroyo, Thirty-five Y/o Miles Guzman, Twenty Y/o Alberto Hernandez, and Twenty-nine Y/o Samuel Arroyo, the whole of San Jose.
The Covert Reaction Facility of the San Jose Police force detained Israel Arroyo & Guzman in San Jose on six November, retorted Tepoorten. Both have been scheduled on manslaughter charges.
Tepoorten retorted Hernandez was detained by the Santa Clara Sheriff's office on Febuary Eleven when he was on trial for an unrelated incident. He had been scheduled on a charge of conspiracy.
REDUX SHOW RETURNS FROM 2013 SEASON WITH FORMER PLAYER ALAN GORDON AND SEAN FRANKLIN
The "MLS Originals: Redux" show returns from the 2013 series with an exciting Cali Clasico, one which is well remembered by former players Alan Gordon and Sean Franklin.
They debuted on June 29, 2013, while the author gone full-on "Goonies" style with two halt-time goals, a red card and iconic MLS score selection, namely, for the San Jose Disasters as well as the LA Universe.
So, be willing to square with Gordon and Franklin, who would provide actual-time analysis and insights including Andrew Wiebe and Charlie Davies of MLSsoccer.com beginning at Four pm ET. LA kept a 2-0 advantage at that stage without ruining the outcome, and absolute anarchy erupted at Stanford Stadium afterwards.
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AS THE NUMBER OF CORONA VIRUS CASES IS DECREASING THE MEDICAL FACILITY IS CHANGED INTO MAKESHIFT TENTS
On Tues, San Jose's Samaritan Clinic bundled up and stuffed the portable structures they used to intubate, monitor, and check possible clients with coronavirus beyond the ER of the facility.
"We carried out such structures to give COVID-19 clinicians a surge potential which was in a protected setting. We wanted to ensure our clinicians who have been connected to the ER or anti-COVID are in an area where they're not vulnerable to other individuals, "stated Mark Brown, senior nursing executive.
Brown also said that the clinic was testing about Fifty possible clinicians with coronavirus per day at the peak of the disease in Santa Clara City. Moreover, Brown ultimately stated 3 entire hospital levels were entirely devoted to treating patients with coronavirus.
Brown said that once the immediate shelter-in-place instructions were given, this started changing several weeks.
"This was 3 whole medical units devoted to handling COVID-19 victims at the peak of this. Currently, we're reduced to just one, "Brown clarified.
Brown observed that public disassociating hindered the spread of the virus, which created an incentive for medical centers to improve surge capacities.
SAN JOSE HAD 1ST U.S RESIDENT DEATH DUE TO COVID-19
Santa Clara State's 1st COVID-19 case – and the first U.S. accident – was named, as per the city medical examiner's office, as 57-year-old Patricia Dowd, a senior executive for a software company in Silicon Valley.
The Los Angeles Times initially confirmed it was Dowd, 57, who late Jan became ill from flu-like signs, mentioning family and friends. As per the medical examiner's office, Dowd died on February Six.
Local health administrators on Tuesday declared the service of coroners as well as the U.S. In Feb and beginning of march, Centres for Infectious Care and Prevention Research reported that 3 city residents expired because of coronavirus outbreaks, first deaths attributed to the virus in the Americas. Recently, the country's initial COVID-19 accident was reported to have occurred on Nine Mar in Washington State.
A cousin-in-law informed the Time that Dowd, a senior executive for Fremont-based Lam Studies, will fly to various world destinations "many occasions annually."
SAN JOSE HAS CLOSED ALL OF THEIR PARKS DURING CORONA VIRUS
In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, the County of San Jose confirmed Friday that it has shut parks facilities.
Provides parks facilities, playgrounds, recreation fields and fitness equipment. All are off bounds, by Local health Decree decree, during most of the closing to safeguard safety of the citizens.
All who refuse to obey the suspensions face $100 or higher in fines.
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DALLAS RECORDED HIGHEST SINGLE DAY RISE IN COVID-19 CASES
On Sunday, Dallas City recorded Two-hundred and Thirty-four additional infections of virus — the largest single-day spike in reports after monitoring started early March — and 1 desmise.
The reported cases carry a record of 4,133 recent cases and 111 losses for the district.
A Dallas lady in her 70s was recorded as the 111th fatality. She was in a local clinic seriously ill, authorities stated.
Tarrant City Claims Four Extra Fatalities, 81 Latest COVID-19 Incidents
DALLAS PROVIDES 13.7 MILLION DOLLARS FUNDS TO PROVIDE ASSISTANT IN LEASE AND MORTGAGES
Dallas City will provide $13.7 m in lease and loan assistance beginning on Monday to help people living in a shelter or bankruptcy as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Around $5 million is set for business financial aid.
The city allowed citizens to sign up online when the website started at 9 a.m. and soon afterwards they continued to receive reports of people having trouble accessing the website.
The funds come from grants, and it emerges from the CARES Act — a corona virus care plan funded by Congress. The funds are meant to help citizens who throughout the pandemic loose their jobs or income.
A HAIRDRESSER IN DALLAS JAILED FOR SEVEN DAYS FOR VIOLATING THE SHELTER AT PLACE ORDINANCE
The Dallas hair saloon owner who violated state and city directives by quick restarting its saloon has been convicted to 7 days in prison. Sheen Luther, Hair dresser a la Mode's director, was told to pay Five-hundred dollars for each of the 7 days the shop was accessible.
Dallas city judge Eric Moye found both criminal and contempt infringement toward Luther.
"I need to deny when you claim I am greedy, because raising my kids isn't greedy. If you believe the directive is much more essential than feeding children, then go forward with your penalty, but I am not gonna close the hairdresser," Luther stated.
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Watchdogs warn COVID-19 apps come with privacy risks to Canadians - Bowen Island Undercurrent
OTTAWA — Governments that want to use smartphones to trace the movements of Canadians during the COVID-19 crisis should handle personal information with care, privacy watchdogs from across the . . .
OTTAWA Governments that want to use smartphones to trace the movements of Canadians during the COVID-19 crisis should handle personal information with care, privacy watchdogs from across the country warned Thursday in a united call for caution. Privacy commissioners have been warning of potential risks associated with government COVID-19 apps since provinces started musing about the idea a few weeks ago. The apps work by keeping a record of when one phone gets close to another, and then alerting users if they've come into contact with someone who has a confirmed or presumed case. Alberta introduced its ABTraceTogether app last week, and New Brunswick, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland and Labrador are looking at developing their own. "The choices that our governments make today about how to achieve both public health protection and respect for our fundamental Canadian values, including the right to privacy, will shape the future of our country," the federal, provincial and territorial privacy commissioners wrote in a joint statement Thursday. Federal privacy czar Daniel Therrien said the health crisis calls for some flexibility when it comes to the application of privacy laws, but there is a way to use technology to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus without sacrificing fundamental rights to privacy. "Everything hinges on design, and appropriate design depends on respect for certain key privacy principles," Therrien said in a statement Thursday. Therrien and the other commissioners said that while app developers need to respect Canada's privacy laws, those laws aren't always effective in the digital world. They released a set of guidelines for provinces, urging them to be transparent and accountable about how their apps work and what is being done with users' personal information. The commissioners stressed participation should be voluntary and users should provide clear consent to whatever they're signing up for. The apps should also be secure to safeguard personal data, which should be destroyed once the crisis is over, they said. Canada's chief public health officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, said her team is keeping an eye on the apps in development across the country to see if one could be adopted at the national level, but privacy will be the main concern. "I think if there are certain tools that are better than others, that's the kind of knowledge that you want to share," Tam said at a briefing Wednesday. "Not just whether the application works, but all of the policies that go with it, like privacy, which I think is the most paramount of some of the policy discussions." The Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta is already reviewing the app deployed in Alberta, and will be issuing recommendations to the provincial government. This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 7, 2020.
WhatsApp Payments, el sistema de pagos de WhatsApp, se estrenará este mes - TreceBits
WhatsApp Payments será el servicio de envío de dinero y pagos por WhatsApp que competirá con otros sistemas como Bizum y Twip.
WhatsApp, la plataforma de mensajería de Facebook que ya cuenta con más de 2.000 millones de usuarios en todo el mundo, empezará a implementar a finales de este mes un sistema de micropagos, similar al de otros servicios como Bizum. WhatsApp Payments permitirá a los usuarios realizar pagos y transferencias sin salir de la aplicación y se estrenará en la India antes de final de mayo WhatsApp Payments, que será el nombre que recibirá este sistema de pagos con interfaz o UPI (interfaz de pago universal), empezará a funcionar este mes en la India, uno de los mercados con más usuarios de la plataforma, y se irá activando paulatinamente al resto de regiones del mundo según la compañía vaya estableciendo acuerdos con sistemas financieros locales. El lanzamiento inicial en la India de WhatsApp Payments estará respaldado por ICICI Banks, Axis Bank, el Banco Estatal de la India y HDFC Bank. Se espera que otros bancos se vayan integrando, aunque de forma paulatina, garantizando que un posible aumento de las transacciones no sature los servidores de la compañía, sobre todo si se tienen en cuenta las condiciones actuales de confinamiento por el COVID-19. Es importante recalcar este punto, ya que significa que el sistema de pagos no estaría disponible para todos los usuarios de la plataforma desde el principio y que podrían pasar meses hasta que esté abierta para todos. Debido al confinamiento, es más necesario que nunca realizar un control estricto del lanzamiento, para evitar una saturación del servicio. Aunque todavía no hay información oficial sobre su lanzamiento en España, lo más probable es que siga el modelo indio: un sistema de pagos UPI, similar a Bizum, que ya está integrado en la mayoría de bancos españoles y ofrece una forma de realizar transferencias de pago instantáneas. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO de Facebook, ya anunció que se lanzaría un sistema de pagos por WhatsApp hace unos meses. La espera se debe a que se ha trabajado con reguladores bancarios de todo el mundo para que el servicio disponga de una infraestructura de servidores lo más sólida posible, así como todos los dispositivos de seguridad convenientes. El lanzamiento de WhatsApp Payments en la India, puede servir como «prueba de mercado» para futuros lanzamiento del servicio en Europa. Además, el estreno del nuevo sistema de pagos se realiza en un momento ideal, ya que los organismos sanitarios de todo el mundo desaconsejan el uso del dinero en efectivo para frenar el contagio del COVID-19.
Sulík podáva podnet na spoločnosť Deloitte Audit - SME.sk
Spoločnosť kontrolovala účtovanie Bratislavy v rokoch 2016 - 2018.
Spolonos kontrolovala útovanie Bratislavy v rokoch 2016 - 2018.7. máj 2020 o 10:45 (aktualizované 7. máj 2020 o 12:02) TASR BRATISLAVA. Podpredseda vlády pre ekonomiku a minister hospodárstva Richard Sulík (SaS) podáva podnet na Úrad pre dohad nad výkonom auditu na audítorskú spolonos Deloitte Audit. Informoval o tom vo tvrtok na tlaovom brífingu pred rokovaním vlády spolu so starostkou bratislavskej mestskej asti Staré Mesto Zuzanou Aufrichtovou. Audítorská spolonos mala na starosti kontrolu útovania Bratislavy v rokoch 2016 - 2018 a tvrdila, e je vetko v poriadku. Najvyí kontrolný úrad vak v roku 2019 vykonal kontrolu výkonu auditu a zistil pochybenia. "Dospelo to a na takú úrove, e predseda NKÚ vyzýva na zváenie legislatívnej úpravy zákona o obecnom zriadení tak, aby v om bola uzákonená povinnos, aby útovná závierka bola predkladaná na hlasovanie zastupitestvu," uviedla Aufrichtová. Súvisiaci lánok Hlavnou témou u poda Sulíka nie je boj proti vírusu, ale oivenie ekonomiky ítajte Sulík tvrdí, e na nekalé praktiky audítorskej spolonosti upozoruje u roky. "Teraz máme na stole prípad hlavného mesta Bratislavy, ke opä ilo o miliónové nezrovnalosti. A spolonos Deloitte Audit napísala: vetko je v poriadku," dodal minister s tým, e spolonos oznail za "iernu ovcu" medzi audítormi. "Dúfam, e komora audítorov vylúi zo svojich radov takúto firmu," dodal Sulík. Na margo podnetu, ktorý podáva, ete uviedol, e Úrad pre dohad nad výkonom auditu má právomoc odobra audítorskú licenciu. "Vyzývam tento úrad, aby sa mojím podnetom zaoberal a rozhodol spravodlivo a objektívne," uzavrel Sulík. "Zárove chcem poveda, e budeme skúma aj trestnoprávnu rovinu a ak budeme ma podozrenie zo spáchania trestného inu, tak podáme trestné oznámenie," dodal minister. Zárove upozornil, e poda Centrálneho registra zmlúv má audítorská spolonos aj naalej uzatvorenú miliónovú zmluvu s agrorezortom. "Na toto upozorním pána ministra Jána Miovského (OaNO) a priblíim mu mylienku, aby takúto zmluvu rozviazal," doplnil Sulík.