2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NAFCU Vice President of Legislative Affairs Brad Thaler urged a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee to strengthen the data security draft bill they will mark up today so it can better protect credit unions and their members.The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade will mark up the bill they discussed last week. Thaler wrote to committee Chairman Fred Upton, R-Mich., Ranking Member Frank Pallone, D-N.J., and subcommittee Chairman Michael Burgess, R-Texas, and Ranking Member Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., in advance of today’s mark-up.“One way to strengthen the legislation would be to require FTC rulemaking authority for data security standards, as was recommended by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) witness at last week’s hearing,” Thaler wrote. “An additional way would be to include language to make those entities that fail to meet a data protection standard liable for any costs incurred from a breach of their systems.“At the very least,” he continued, “the legislation needs to ensure that credit unions and others maintain a right to seek legal redress of any costs that they incur from a data breach.” continue reading »
People must learn to live with COVID-19 until the vaccine is widely available, the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) said. Namely, as countries reopen their borders, wearing face masks provide greater personal protection to users as well as those around them. “Wearing masks must not be politicized but must become a part of everyday life to ensure that everyone enjoys a safe journey until a vaccine against COVID-19 is found. We call on the private sector and global governments to encourage their use and make wearing the mask new and normal. ”, said Gloria Guevara, president and CEO of the WTTC. Also, travelers around the world are encouraged to join a social media campaign launched with the label # wear2care. Frequent hand washing and the use of hand sanitizers complement the use of face masks that can significantly reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, the WTTC points out. The WTTC’s advice stems from evidence that countries where face masks are widely used are recovering faster. But the World Travel and Tourism Council didn’t just stop at the advice, but asked governments around the world to impose face masks as well as private sector support to remind customers of their obligations to protect their own and passengers ’health. The well-being of travelers and the millions of people working in the travel and tourism sector is a central part of the protocol. In addition to being supported by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the protocol has been widely accepted by thousands of companies around the world. Travelers around the world can join the WTTC campaign by sharing pictures of themselves traveling with their masks and sharing the hashtag # wear2care.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes his side will need to keep improving to hold off the chasing pack next season after lifting the Premier League trophy.The Reds clinched the title last month, but finally got their hands on the silverware after a 5-3 win over Chelsea on Wednesday.Chelsea have already strengthened ahead of next season with the signings of a long-term Liverpool target Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech. “Chelsea is such a talented team, we had to bring everything on the pitch tonight. Man Utd, Man City [will contend], there are no guarantees for anything, but we will try.”Liverpool also beat Chelsea to lift the UEFA Super Cup at the start of the season to go with the Premier League, Champions League and Club World Cup and Klopp admitted he will take time for a special moment after an incredible run of success.”We are champions of England, Europe and the world. We won four trophies, really big ones, so I couldn’t be more proud,” he added.”I’m usually not a person who needs pictures but I will have a picture with all four trophies because it doesn’t happen often, so we should.”Jordan Henderson had the honor of becoming the first Liverpool player to lift the Premier League trophy and the Reds’ captain believes the manner of victory over a Chelsea side, who needed a result to confirm their place in the Champions League next season, bodes well for what can be achieved next season.”It’s been a journey and to finish it off like this is really special,” said Henderson.”After this, next season is going to be a big challenge for us. But I thought tonight we showed the mentality to come and perform again and get the result we did.” Klopp also expects Manchester City and Manchester United to bolster their squads.But the German believes there is still improvement for his players to make despite becoming English, European and world champions over the past 14 months.”We should not stop, we have internal challenges to improve,” said Klopp.”We have the chance to make another step, but we have to because the others will not sleep. Topics :
Advertisement Comment David Luiz believes that Arsenal have big potential as a club (Picture: Getty)David Luiz has insisted that he joined Arsenal in order to fight for the Premier League title and other major trophies following the club’s 3-1 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday.The 32-year-old endured a difficult afternoon, conceding a penalty to Mohamed Salah who converted his spot-kick before failing to stop the Egyptian score a superb individual goal soon after.Although Arsenal grabbed a late consolation goal through Lucas Torreira, they were outclassed by their hosts as Liverpool ran out comfortable winners with Joel Matip also netting.Despite the defeat, though, Luiz is adamant that Arsenal have the potential to challenge for titles and claimed that the way they end the season will be more important to how they start it.ADVERTISEMENT Metro Sport ReporterSunday 25 Aug 2019 1:13 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link283Shares David Luiz outlines Premier League title ambitions with Arsenal despite Liverpool defeat Advertisement Luiz conceded a penalty during Arsenal’s defeat to Liverpool at Anfield (Picture: Getty)Speaking post-match, Luiz said: ‘I think this club has an opportunity to shine like it did in the past. We have a lot of talent and a lot of players here with a lot of quality. I think for us it is about the end not about the beginning.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I came here with an ambition to fight for titles, for the Premier League title and other competitions also because it has been like that at other clubs where I have been.‘It was never easy. There [are] always tough moments, difficult moments but we made it count in the end so I’m going to try my best every single day and help everybody to believe in this because this club has a lot of potential.’Arsenal have endured some tricky visits to Anfield in recent years but they performed better on Saturday than they did last season when they were thrashed 5-1.Nevertheless, while Arsenal were praised for their battling qualities, their defensive display has been criticised in some quarters with Owen Hargreaves particularly scathing.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityThe former Manchester United midfielder said: ‘Liverpool have two terrific centre-backs and Joe Gomez. Arsenal, we’re not sure if they have one.’Luiz joined Arsenal on transfer deadline day after spending six and a half years with their London rivals Chelsea across two separate spells as a replacement for Laurent Koscielny.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal
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The construction of a new reef in the Piankatank River is set to start this week, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District, has just announced.USACE’s crews will be working about a half-mile from shore, Monday through Thursday for 10 hours a day initially, using barges and cranes to place granite rock within the project limits.For the first time granite rock will be used to construct the Piankatank River reef, previous reef construction projects in the tributary consisted of shell or crushed concrete.The new reef construction isn’t expected to impact navigation in the waterway, but will be marked with danger signs to avoid any potential issues, USACE said in its release.Once complete, the Corps will monitor and adaptively manage the reef to ensure its long-term success.The Piankatank River Project is being constructed in partnership with the Virginia Marine Resources Commission and The Nature Conservancy, and includes reef restoration projects in Maryland and Virginia.
Australia’s oil and gas exploration and production company Tap Oil has agreed to sell an interest in a permit off W. Australia to a private E&P company.Tap Oil said on Wednesday it was going to sell its 20 percent interest in permit WA-8-L as a part of its strategy to realize value from its non-core asset portfolio. The company added that the asset would be sold for a cash consideration of $800,000.The permit WA-8-L is a production license that covers an area of 161 square kilometers over two graticular blocks and is located in the north-eastern part of the Dampier Sub-basin of the Northern Carnarvon Basin.The license contains the Talisman and Amulet oil fields. The Amulet field lies approximately 30 kilometers south of the Santos-operated Finucane South and Fletcher oil field FPSO unit.The permit was awarded in 1988 for 21 years during which time the Talisman field has been developed. The Talisman field was abandoned in 1992, since then there has been no further production in the permit. The Amulet oil field was discovered within the permit in May 2006 with the drilling of three Amulet wells.Tap Oil said that the sale was conditional on NOPTA approving the transfer of the asset to the purchaser and the purchaser complying with any requirement of the operating agreement, and any other regulatory requirement.If these conditions are not satisfied by the purchaser within 90 days, the agreement will lapse.
RelatedPosts Nigeria’s COVID-19 curve flattening — PTF COVID-19: PTF mandates schools to conduct weekly assessments Minister pledges support for development of AI, robotics in Nigeria The Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare, says contact sports will soon resume in the country under strict protocols as recommended by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19.The Minister disclosed this on Thursday in Abuja after the unveiling of the National Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Hub (BredHub). Dare said the Ministry was working closely with the PTF to ensure contact sports resume in the country under strict COVID-19 protocols.He said: “As we see gradual opening up of different sector of the economy, we have prepared a post COVID-19 protocols.“We hope in the next two weeks, contact sports will return subject to the strict adherence to the COVID-19 protocols.”Dare stressed that the ministry will be properly guided as various sporting events gradually return to the country following the ban as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.He said: “We are going to be properly guided on the National Sports Festival as we are working with the PTF, Health ministry, NCDC. “We have sent a team to the National Sports Council.“We hope that before the end of this year, we can have the National Sports Festival, of course with some modifications, it can be staggered.”On the resumption of the Nigeria Professional Football League, he maintained that club sides who have not met with the regulations set will not partake in the coming season.He said any club that does not have N200 million in its account won’t be allowed to play in the NPFL alongside other conditions.Dare said: “Very clearly we have decided that since the Federal Executive Council have classified sports as a business, there are certain steps that must be taken to make sure the entire co-system keys into that business model. “One of the first steps is the fact that our domestic league must run as a business and to do that you must have regulations, financial control.“There is a new enforcement regime for our domestic league as they must have a minimum of N200 million in their account to show they can take care of their players.”—Tags: National Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Hub (BredHub)Presidential Task Force on COVID-19Sunday Dare
Vroum Vroum Mag proved a different class to her opponents once more as she romped to victory in the Grade Two Irish Stallion Farms EBF Dawn Run Mares Novice Chase at Limerick. Our Katie tried to lay down a challenge but she could not match the leader’s jumping in the closing stages and faded out of contention. Vroum Vroum Mag went on to win by eight lengths but the margin over 50-1 outsider Shesaportrait could have been much further. Walsh said: “She jumped super. It wasn’t the plan to be in front going up the back but she was travelling so well. “I thought Our Katie was the danger but our jumping put her under pressure.” Mullins said: “She was very good. That was sort of the novice mares’ Gold Cup in Ireland so we kept her back for that. It’s the biggest prize for novice mares. “She’s in the Ryanair Gold Cup in Fairyhouse and we will look at that. We could look at Aintree as well, but I would probably look to keep her at home for this year and go to Fairyhouse or Punchestown. I’m not sure which.” The 4-11 favourite, trained by Willie Mullins, took her unblemished record over fences to four as she won with the minimum of fuss in the hands of Ruby Walsh. Jumping to the front six out, Vroum Vroum Mag was never out of second gear as she dismissed her rivals in comprehensive fashion. Press Association