Why I think Trump is a scumbag


First of all I think that he could never be elected in a Country like America without cheating. I have no idea how he did it, but the power of money opens many doors. i think of Trump as a real scumbag, not a person who can or should be the chief of the greatest Country in the civilized world. Here are the signs:

Today he signed the OK for the pipeline to be continued through the Standing Rock Reservation.Standing Rock – Standing up for the Natives

We are shocked and dismayed by today’s news because it puts water for millions at risk,” Phillip Ellis, spokesman for Earthjustice, the legal team representing the Standing Rock Sioux, says. “This move is legally questionable, at best. And based on what we know about Trump’s financial dealings in the Dakota Access Pipeline, it raises serious ethical concerns.” (Trump had a financial investment in Energy Transfers, the company behind the Dakota Access Pipelines, but sold it late last year.)”

A president that does not regard the rights of Native Americans does not belong to this Country. The American Government has already inflicted many a suffering upon this Great People, why is the new president pushing again hard on their beliefs and force the pipeline to “invade” their rights to preserve the Land where their ancestors are buried?

Respect does not live at the White House anymore. What America does not need in times like these is a DICTATOR . The Land of the Free  is being transformed in the “Land of the FEE” where Americans are going to be asked to pay for everything this MADMAN decides to do or build, like the Wall between USA and Mexico .

HISTORY has taught us that walls do not keep people from going from one place to another, it just makes it harder, and here is another setback from what the real Spirit of being AMERICAN is totally missing.

Trump has lied. He lies today and will lie tomorrow. First he said that “Mexico will pay for the wall” .Today we know that the only people who will support the costs will be the American taxpayers.

This is a movie that will not have a happy ending. America is in for a bad nightmare. An every day nightmare fueled by a crazy asshole. A scumbag named Trump that has showed us that even someone without any brains or respect for minorities, so meone who does not care about disabilities, women, gay or blacks, but has the MONEY can become the ruler of the civilized world. HE WILL DO A LOT OF DAMAGES before he is impeached, removed or even assassinated ( many people hate him so much that they might try to take him down physically).

During the campaign i saw This video of him “torturing” a bald eagle . How dare you, dirty Scumbag treat the very symbol of the USA like this? You do not show respect for the Natives, not for Minorities, not for the Women, not for the Animals. The BAD KARMA you are producing on this Earth will backfire at you one day and many people will be glad to see you humiliated as you are humiliating every free soul in this Great Country

Next Iphone to be unveiled on Sept 12th will have biometric fingerprint


(by pio dal cin) It’s overdue. A new and cheaper version of the Iphone will be released on Sept 12th according to the sources of AllThingsD, so let’s get ready to see what the number 7 of the Apple family will look like and if the price tag will be competitive. One of the new features will be the biometric fingerprint sensor
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Apple announces changes to Iphones


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Circle Count on G+ New Feature- Your Circle Map shows your G+ circles in a new way


 
(by pio dal cin)   +CircleCount  we know is the best on +Google+  for statistics. +Nils Tschampel  & +Chris Macidis  among the great team that provides million of people with daily updated statistics on what goes on inside the platform. If you are using Google Chrome than you can easily download the Circle Count Extension for G+ and play with all theGoogle Statistics you want.I had the pleasure of interviewing +Nils Tschampel  on the First Circle Count’s Birthday on July 5th 2012. Here is the video interview on +You Are The Star (for FIVE minutes) my humble interview show here on +Google+
 

Today a New Feature was announced by Circle Count on G+ it is called Your Circle Map and what it does, is to show a map of people in your Google Plus Circles sorting them out and dividing them up by Country

You’ll be able to see how many Google plus followers you have in the USA, or in Europe, Italy, Pakistan Australia, India, China, Japan or ArgentinaRussiaAsiaAfrica or North Pole

How can you do that? Simply click on the link provided in the +Nils Tschampel ‘s Google Plus Post after you downloaded the extension from the Chrome Extensionand you will enter a great World of fun and interactive statistics

Google Exception in Obama’s Cyber Order Questioned as Unwise Gap


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Telecommunications companies want President Barack Obama’s administration to rethink a decision that may exempt Google Inc. (GOOG)’s Gmail, Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s iPhone software and Microsoft Corp.’s Windows from an executive order on cybersecurity.

Obama’s Feb. 12 order says the government can’t designate “commercial information technology products or consumer information technology services” as critical U.S. infrastructure targeted for voluntary computer security standards.

“If e-mail went away this afternoon, we would all come to a stop,” said Marcus Sachs, vice president of national security policy at Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ), the second-largest U.S. phone company. “Hell yeah, e-mail is critical.”

Technologies used in personal computers, software and the Internet “are the lifeblood of cyberspace,” Sachs said. “If you exclude that right up front, you take off the table the very people who are creating the products and services that are vulnerable.”

Obama’s order is aimed at areas such as power grids, telecommunications and pipelines. The goal is to protect “systems and assets whose incapacitation from a cyber incident would have catastrophic national security and economic consequences,” White House spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden said in an e-mail. “It is not about Netflix, Twitter, Facebook, and Snapchat.”

Under the executive order, the Department of Homeland Security is to identify critical infrastructure, translating the order’s broadly worded information technology exclusions into specific guidelines.

The order expands a government program for sharing classified information about computer threats with defense contractors and Internet-service providers and calls for computer security standards for companies in critical industries. While adherence to the standards is to be voluntary, the executive order tells federal agencies that directly regulate affected industries to consider binding rules.

Telecommunications and cable companies don’t want to face regulatory burdens and costs that aren’t shared by technology companies, David Kaut, a Washington-based analyst with Stifel Nicolaus & Co., said in an interview.

“The telecom community is concerned the tech industry is going to get a free pass here,” Kaut said. “You have an ecosystem and only the network guys are going to get submitted to government scrutiny.”

Critical infrastructure such as power grids rely on information technology, Verizon’s Sachs said. Such technology should be part of the solution to U.S. cybersecurity, he said.

Obama’s order isn’t meant to “get down to the level of products and services and dictate how those products and services behave,” said David LeDuc, senior director of public policy for the Software & Information Industry Association, a Washington trade group that lobbied for the exclusions.

If countries impose differing security guidelines for technology products and services, such actions can amount to a type of trade barrier if rules are written to favor their own companies, LeDuc said.

Samantha Smith, a Google spokeswoman, Michelle Hinrichs, a spokeswoman for Microsoft, Steve Dowling of Apple, and Jodi Seth of Facebook Inc. (FB) all declined to comment.

“The nation’s cybersecurity policy framework should be structured in a way that takes into account the shared responsibility of the entire Internet ecosystem,” Ed Amoroso, chief security officer atAT&T Inc. (T), the biggest U.S. phone company, said in a Feb. 15 e-mail reacting to Obama’s order.

Telecommunications companies think the order’s exclusions may leave out technologies that play a vital role in the total security picture, Stewart Baker, a former Homeland Security Department official, said in an interview.

“If you’re attacking people, you go for the weakest link and the weakest link is often some commercial product,” said Baker, a Washington-based partner at the law firm Steptoe & Johnson LLP.

Twitter Inc. said Feb. 1 that hackers may have gotten access to data on 250,000 users of its microblogging site. Facebook, operator of the largest social network, said Feb. 15 that some of its employees’ laptops were infected after visiting a mobile developer’s site.

Apple said Feb. 19 some of its internal Mac systems were affected by a malicious software attack. Microsoft (MSFT), the largest software maker, said Feb. 22 a small number of its computers were infected by malware in an attack similar to those against Facebook and Apple.

Obama, in announcing the executive order in his State of the Union speech, said the U.S. needs to boost cyber defenses for vital U.S. facilities.

“We know hackers steal people’s identities and infiltrate private e-mail. We know foreign countries and companies swipe our corporate secrets,” Obama said. “Now our enemies are also seeking the ability to sabotage our power grid, our financial institutions, and our air-traffic-control systems.”

Obama’s executive order mirrors parts of a Senate bill that was blocked last year by Republicans who said the standards would be burdensome to industry. Lawmakers are working on new legislation.

The Internet Association, a trade group whose members include Google, Facebook, and Amazon.com Inc., urged the White House and Congress to “ensure that all Internet services are not subject to regulation,” the group’s president, Michael Beckerman, said in an e-mailed statement.

The Obama administration and Google opposed revisions to an international telecommunications treaty negotiated at a United Nations conference in Dubai last year, saying new language related to cybersecurity and other topics could open the door to Internet regulation and censorship by other countries.

To contact the reporter on this story: Eric Engleman in Washington at eengleman1@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Bernard Kohn at bkohn2@bloomberg.net

Judge gives Einhorn victory over Apple


Judge gives Einhorn victory over Apple

A federal judge on Friday handed hedge fund manager David Einhorn a victory over Apple, blocking the Silicon Valley company from proceeding with a shareholder vote on a controversial proposal that would limit the company’s ability to issue preferred stock.

U.S. District Judge Richard Sullivan in New York granted a motion by Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital for a preliminary injunction stopping the vote on that proposal. The vote was scheduled for Feb. 27 as part of Apple’s annual shareholders’ meeting.

Sullivan said Apple was wrong to bundle four amendments to its corporate charter into one proposal for a vote at next Wednesday’s annual meeting. Shareholders should get to vote on the amendments separately, he said.

Greenlight Capital, Einhorn’s hedge fund, sued Apple over the proposal because it would remove the board’s ability to issue preferred stock without shareholder authorization. Einhorn wants Apple to issue “iPrefs,” preferred shares with a guaranteed dividend, as a way of committing the company to sharing some of its cash hoard with shareholders.

Einhorn has been trying to rally Wall Street to vote against the Apple proposal as a way of showing their displeasure with the company’s capital-allocation policies.

Apple has $137 billion in the bank, an unheard-of sum that grows by about $40 billion every year. Investors almost universally want Apple to hand out at least some of that cash, but Einhorn hasn’t gotten much support for his “iPrefs” idea or his “No on Proposal 2” campaign.

Apple and Greenlight didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment Friday.

Last week, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company’s proposal puts more power in the hands of shareholders, making it difficult to understand why a shareholder would fight it. Calling Greenlight’s campaign a waste of time, Cook said Apple wouldn’t squander money by mailing letters to shareholders to persuade them to vote for the proposal.

The California Public Employees’ Retirement System, the country’s largest pension fund, had said it would vote for Apple’s proposal, because it would have strengthened shareholder rights. Among other measures, it would let shareholders vote against directors.

Steve Job is dead


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