Related Items: #magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, December 2, 2016 – At least two residents posted their own accounts of what happened to them while driving in Blue Hills and Millennium Heights and it points to the boldness of criminals.A man said his vehicle was ambushed by several men, one tried to get into the car but he sped off and that alleged attacker fell to the ground.Another involved a woman, also driving and who told neighbors a tree branch was tossed into the road to force her to stop; she didn’t and it is believed she averted danger in her decision. Both instances are said to be from this week.Go to MagneticMediaTV.com to see the holiday safety tips shared by the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Mats Seuntjens couldn’t believe his eyes as his brilliant chip bounced away from the goal just as he begun to celebrateThe Dutch midfielder chipped the ball from the edge of the penalty area on the right side to potentially hand AZ Alkmaar an unlikely goal in their KNVB Cup tie with PEC Zwolle.The ball went past the helpless Zwolle goalkeeper and appeared to be heading straight into the goal only for it to then take a backspin off the goal line.This left a flabbergasted Seuntjens crutching his hips wondering what happened.“Unbelievable. Unfortunately, there was just too much effect on the ball,” said Seuntjens afterwards, via talkSPORT.Europa League draw groups K and L George Patchias – August 30, 2019 Europa League groups K and L were kind to Wolves and United, weren’t they?UEFA.com confirmed that Europa League group K consists of, Besiktas, Braga,…“Really too bad, because it was a great ball, even if I say so myself. ”Although AZ did still win 5-0 anyway and progressed through to the quarter-finals of the KNVB Cup.Here’s Ralf Seuntjes of AZ scoring a delightful lob over the… hang on, nope.pic.twitter.com/T21KEw866O— GoalScorer Challenge (@GoalscorerC) December 19, 2018
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TikTok, which allows users to create and share short videos with special effects, has become hugely popular in India.ReutersGoogle has blocked access to the hugely popular video app TikTok in India to comply with a state court’s directive to prohibit its downloads, a person with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Tuesday.The move comes hours after a court in southern Tamil Nadu state refused a request by China’s Bytedance Technology to suspend a ban on its TikTok app, putting its future in one of its key markets in doubt.The state court had on April 3 asked the federal government to ban TikTok, saying it encouraged pornography and made child users vulnerable to sexual predators. Its ruling came after an individual launched public interest litigation calling for a ban.The government had sent a letter to Apple and Google to abide by the state court’s order, according to an IT ministry official.The app was still available on Apple’s platforms late on Tuesday but was no longer available on Google’s Play store in India.Google said in a statement it does not comment on individual apps but adheres to local laws. Apple did not respond to requests for comment, while TikTok did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Google’s move.TikTok, which allows users to create and share short videos with special effects, has become hugely popular in India but has been criticized by some politicians who say its content is inappropriate.It had been downloaded more than 240 million times in India, app analytics firm Sensor Tower said in February. More than 30 million users in India installed it in January 2019, 12 times more than in the same month last year.Jokes, clips and footage related to India’s thriving movie industry dominate the app’s platform, along with memes and videos in which youngsters, some scantily clad, lip-sync and dance to popular music.Bytedance challenged the state court’s ban order in India’s Supreme Court last week, saying it went against freedom of speech rights in India.The top court had referred the case back to the state court, where a judge on Tuesday rejected Bytedance’s request to put the ban order on hold, K. Neelamegam, a lawyer arguing against Bytedance in the case, said.TikTok earlier said in a statement that it had faith in the Indian judicial system and was optimistic about an outcome that would be well received by millions of its users. It did not comment further on the judge’s decision.The company, however, welcomed the decision to appoint a senior lawyer to assist the court in upcoming proceedings.The state court has requested written submissions from Bytedance in the case and has scheduled its next hearing for April 24.Salman Waris, a technology lawyer at TechLegis Advocates & Solicitors, said the legal action against Bytedance could set a precedent of Indian courts intervening to regulate content on social media and other digital platforms.In its Supreme Court filing, Bytedance argued that a very minuscule proportion of TikTok content was considered inappropriate or obscene.The company employs more than 250 people in India and had plans for more investment as it expands the business, it said.
Three employees of a call centre run by Wipro for London-based telecom service provider TalkTalk have been arrested in India for alleged breach of security.The arrests in Kolkata earlier this month were made after TalkTalk detected the alleged breach while conducting a data security review and informed the police, reported PTI.While confirming the arrests, TalkTalk clarified they were not related to a hacking detected last October when personal information of its customers were “compromised”. “Following the October 2015 cyber-attack, we have been conducting a forensic review to ensure that all aspects of our security are as robust as possible â€” including that of our suppliers. Acting on information supplied by TalkTalk, the local police have arrested three individuals who have breached our policies and the terms of our contract with Wipro. We are also reviewing our relationship with Wipro,” PTI quoted TalkTalk as saying in a statement.Wipro has said it is “working closely” in the investigation and will “extend its full cooperation” to the authorities probing the allegations.”Wipro is committed to maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of all customer data, and has a zero-tolerance policy on security breaches,” the Bengaluru-based company said in a statement.”Wipro is working closely with the customer in the investigation and will continue to extend its full cooperation to the investigating authorities,” Wipro was quoted by PTI as saying.