Interview: Danny O’Brien of the Electronic Frontier Foundation

Tuesday, January 24, 2006 January's second Interview of the Month was with Danny O'Brien of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) on 23 January in IRC. The EFF is coming off a series of high-profile successes in their campaigns to educate the public, press, and policy makers regarding online rights in a digital world, and defending those rights in the legislature and the courtroom. Their settlement with Sony/BMG, the amazingly confused MGM v Grokster decision by the Supreme Court of the United States, and the disturbing cases surrounding Diebold have earned the advocacy


Draghi Is Likely To Disappoint Tomorrow.}

Click Here To Know More About: Buy Shirts Online Buy Shirts Online Australia Submitted by: Growth Aces EUR/USD: Draghi is likely to disappoint tomorrow. EUR/USD: long at 1.3130, target 1.3270, stop-loss 1.3100 PMI services fell to 53.1, well below July's 54.2 and preliminary estimate of 53.5. Output increased in four out of the five nations covered by the services survey. The sole exception was Italy. Faster rates of output expansion were seen in Ireland (2-month high) and Spain (92-month record). Growth slowed in Germany, but was solid overall, and remained mar


Barça beat River Plate 3-0 to win third FIFA Club World Cup

Sunday, December 20, 2015 Today, Catalonia-based football club FC Barcelona defeated Argentine club River Plate FC 3–0 at Nissan Stadium in Yokohama in the FIFA Club World Cup final hosted in Japan. FIFA Club World Cup is a tournament in which football clubs winning in the respective continental confederation championships participate. Barcelona won the UEFA Champions League, and River Plate won the 2015 Copa Libertadores. Barcelona's Neymar, recovered from groin injury, was included in the squad. Barça had a greater ball possession. The match saw six yellow cards, two for


Annan invites Iraqis to exercise democratic rights

Saturday, January 29, 2005 With just days to go before Sunday's historic poll to choose a new government in Iraq, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has invited the people of Iraq to exercise their democratic rights. The poll, the first free elections in a generation, faces disruption from insurgents who are totally opposed to democracy. Annan warned them not to interfere and promised continuing help from the UN for the country in the future. Annan made his appeal in a pre-recorded message, broadcast on TV inside Iraq. "Elections are the best way to determine any country's fu


Saudis boycott Danish dairy produce

Friday, January 27, 2006 On January 26, 2006, a massive boycott of dairy produce from Arla Foods started in Saudi Arabia over what is perceived as a Danish attack on Muslim values. The Saudi ambassador to Denmark has been recalled for consultations. The Danish/Swedish dairy company Arla is facing a massive loss after a spreading boycott of its produce in Saudi Arabia. Four Saudi retail chains have already removed Arla products from the shelves. One retail chain has placed yellow warning tape (common fare for accidents and crime scenes) over Arla products. There have been c


Staffordshire hoard goes on display in British Museum in London, England

Wednesday, November 4, 2009 Some of the notable pieces from the gold and silver hoard which was found in a private field in Staffordshire, England by a metal-detector user have been put on display in the British Museum in the city of London. Approximately 1,500 pieces were found in July of this year; the discovery was reported by news sources in September. The value of the hoard itself is still being checked. 18 of the pieces have now gone on display in the museum in London, England, and can be seen by members of the public. Fred Johnson, who is the owner of the land in wh

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Christmas Birthday Party Seeking Christmas Tree Theme Ideas!

By Elizabeth Chastain Whether you are looking for Christmas tree theme ideas for a Christmas birthday party, office party, or your yearly yuletide decorating, you will want to check out our sleigh-full of Christmas tree theme ideas. They will inspire you to create a one-of-a-kind Christmas masterpiece! Here's a couple of ideas to help get your creative juices flowing: GLITZ & GLAM CHRISTMAS STYLE If you love making a statement and enjoy lots of baubles, sparkle, and shine, then you will want to opt for trimming your Christmas birthday party tree in a glitzy style f


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Businesses and individuals worldwide turn lights off as part of Earth Hour 2008

Saturday, March 29, 2008 Individuals and organisations around the world announced their support for the environment by turning off lights and electrical appliances between 8 and 9 pm for Earth Hour 2008. In the city of origin, Sydney, Australia, the end of Earth Hour was celebrated with a fireworks show. Although many cities were not officially covered by Earth Hour, people from regions including Bristol, United Kingdom will turn off their lights for the event. Danish royal palaces went dark at the queen's command. One of these people told Wikinews that "it [Earth Hour] is


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