Samsung factory worker awarded state compensation for brain tumor

Samsung factory worker awarded state compensation for brain tumor

Samsung factory worker awarded state compensation for brain tumor

Samsung doesn’t have the greatest track record when it comes to worker safety. From accusations of using child labor to multiple accidents at its factories that resulted in death (one of which was the asphyxiation of one of its workers due to a gas leak), its worker safety history is decidedly grim. This week, South Korea’s Supreme Court ruled that a Samsung factory worker’s brain tumor and death were the result of an occupational disease, and that her family should be awarded state compensation as a result.Lee Yoon-jung worked in one of Samsung’s South Korean factories from 1997 to 2003 and was diagnosed with a brain tumor at the age of 30. She died two years later.

Källa: Samsung factory worker awarded state compensation for brain tumor

What I learned after downloading every iPhone App of the Day for a month | Technology | The Guardian

What I learned after downloading every iPhone App of the Day for a month | Technology | The Guardian

What I learned after downloading every iPhone App of the Day for a month | Technology | The Guardian

There’s an App for that.” Apple’s slogan, trademarked two years after the App Store was launched in 2008, summed up a period when an unfamiliar icon on a friend’s home screen was a conversation starter, and someone with a good idea working from their bedroom really could do something radically different.Now Apple wants to bring some of that excitement back to the iPhone of 2017, rebuilding the App Store from the ground up.Gone is the focus on lists of top sellers, replaced with the new App (and Game) of the Day. The entries are drawn from across the spectrum, from huge developers with large marketing budgets to small utilities made by indie teams. The apps aren’t freebies – Apple expects you to be enthused enough to drop real money on the downloads.

Källa: What I learned after downloading every iPhone App of the Day for a month | Technology | The Guardian

What I learned after downloading every iPhone App of the Day for a month | Technology | The Guardian

What I learned after downloading every iPhone App of the Day for a month | Technology | The Guardian

What I learned after downloading every iPhone App of the Day for a month | Technology | The Guardian

There’s an App for that.” Apple’s slogan, trademarked two years after the App Store was launched in 2008, summed up a period when an unfamiliar icon on a friend’s home screen was a conversation starter, and someone with a good idea working from their bedroom really could do something radically different.Now Apple wants to bring some of that excitement back to the iPhone of 2017, rebuilding the App Store from the ground up.Gone is the focus on lists of top sellers, replaced with the new App (and Game) of the Day. The entries are drawn from across the spectrum, from huge developers with large marketing budgets to small utilities made by indie teams. The apps aren’t freebies – Apple expects you to be enthused enough to drop real money on the downloads.

Källa: What I learned after downloading every iPhone App of the Day for a month | Technology | The Guardian

Security Breach and Spilled Secrets Have Shaken the N.S.A. to Its Core – The New York Times

Security Breach and Spilled Secrets Have Shaken the N.S.A. to Its Core - The New York Times

Security Breach and Spilled Secrets Have Shaken the N.S.A. to Its Core – The New York Times

WASHINGTON — Jake Williams awoke last April in an Orlando, Fla., hotel where he was leading a training session. Checking Twitter, Mr. Williams, a cybersecurity expert, was dismayed to discover that he had been thrust into the middle of one of the worst security debacles ever to befall American intelligence.Mr. Williams had written on his company blog about the Shadow Brokers, a mysterious group that had somehow obtained many of the hacking tools the United States used to spy on other countries. Now the group had replied in an angry screed on Twitter. It identified him — correctly — as a former member of the National Security Agency’s hacking group, Tailored Access Operations, or T.A.O., a job he had not publicly disclosed. Then the Shadow Brokers astonished him by dropping technical details that made clear they knew about highly classified hacking operations that he had conducted.

Källa: Security Breach and Spilled Secrets Have Shaken the N.S.A. to Its Core – The New York Times

Son Doong — largest cave on Earth

Son Doong — largest cave on Earth

Son Doong — largest cave on Earth

 

Short Movie about Incredible journey through Son Doong — largest cave on Earth.

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At over 5km long, with sections reaching up to 200m tall and 150m wide, Hang Son Doong is large enough to house an entire New York City block, complete with 40 story skyscrapers. With a total measured volume of 38.5 million cubic metres, this comfortably surpasses Deer Cave in Malaysia, which was considered to be the previous record holder. Stalagmites up to 80m high have also been surveyed, the tallest ever encountered.

Less people have seen the inside of Hang Son Doong than have stood on the summit of Mount Everest.

MUSIC:
River by ZACHARY DAVID
Hovard Shoe – Song of the Lonely Mountain

DIRECTOR — Georgy Tarasov
PRODUCER — VOOGIE.pro
COLORIST — Regie
VFX ARTIST — Sergey Mykhailov
VOICEOVER — Ernest Rudyak
SOUND EDITOR — Nikita Bochkov
MOTION DESIGNER — Alexey Fedorov
EXECUTIVE PRODUCTION MANAGER — Ilya Buzanov

STARRING:

Andrew Ilitchev
Artem Yunusov
Ernest Rudyak
Dmitry Dyldin

 

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