Warriors: Who will start at center Saturday night against Lakers?

first_imgSAN FRANCISCO — As the Warriors deal with early injuries to the team’s top two centers, Omari Spellman is expected to start at center in the first preseason game against the Lakers on Saturday. Marquese Chriss will be the backup.“I believe those are our only two options,” Kerr said after practice Thursday.Rookie Eric Paschall could also get some run at the position.“We can throw Eric at 5. He’d be the shortest 5 in the history of the NBA,” Kerr said. “But the thing I love about Eric is his …last_img

Cape Town Stadium 1

first_imgLocation: Cape Town, Western Cape provinceCapacity: 68 000 seatsMatches: Uruguay vs France (11 June), Italy vs Paraguay (14 June), England vs Algeria (18 June), Portugal vs North Korea (21 June), Cameroon vs Netherlands (24 June), Round of 16 (29 June), Quarter-final (3 July), Semi-final (6 July)Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.  Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com• Download high-resolution image Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com• Download high-resolution image Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com• Download high-resolution image Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com• Download high-resolution image Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com• Download high-resolution image Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com• Download high-resolution image Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com• Download high-resolution image Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com• Download high-resolution image Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com• Download high-resolution image Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com• Download high-resolution image {loadposition fifa}last_img read more

Reimbursement for disinfectants available to farms affected by PEDv

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest With funds made available through U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Ohio Department of Agriculture is offering reimbursement for disinfectant purchased by producers or veterinarians on behalf of producers. Owners of PEDv infected premises must not presently be receiving reimbursement from the USDA reimbursement program and can use the disinfectant to disinfect equipment, facilities, trucks, etc.Owners of non-infected premises must use this disinfectant only for disinfecting trucks that could have hauled swine commingled with swine from infected premises prior to movement/use on those non-infected premises. Eligible products are 1-Stroke Environ, Accel, Clorox Bleach, Roccal-D Plus, Synergize, Tek-Trol, and Virkon S.Reimbursement is available only to producers with herds affected by PEDv. All purchases must be made prior to Sept. 30, 2015 and the request for reimbursement must be received by the ODA Division of Animal Health C/O: Christie Jones, 8995 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, Oh 43068 by Oct. 9, 2015.Click here to access the reimbursement form and a list of approved disinfectants.last_img read more

UK Joins Barrage Against Google’s Privacy Policy

first_imgCognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Google is facing a little July heat in the U.K. this week, as the Information Commissioner’s Office there has ordered Google to update its unified privacy policy by September 20, or face fines of up to £500,000 (approximately $745,000).On the same day, the Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information issued a similar order to get the Internet search company in line with the regional German office’s expectations for the privacy policy.The problem with the privacy policy seems to be one that a lot of governments and their constituents are facing: the policy that Google has in place it too hard to understand.“In particular, we believe that the updated policy does not provide sufficient information to enable U.K. users of Google’s services to understand how their data will be used across all of the company’s products,” the ICO wrote in a statement.Google’s response to the ICO’s order has been the same-old response they have always given: they are working with various government entities to comply with local laws and regulations. And they’ve had plenty of opportunity to trot out this line: last month, authorities in France and Spain issued similar warnings to Google.See also Google Issues New Privacy Policy for 1 Unified Google ExperienceThis is not the first time Google has been pilloried for this issue—the company faced quite a bit of criticism in the press and even from U.S. lawmakers when the unified policy was implemented back on March 1, 2012.Ironically, the unified privacy policy was meant to combine over 60 separate service’s policies into one easier-to-use policy. Instead, even more questions have been raised.How Google will ultimately react to these orders is another question yet to be answered. The fine amounts aren’t really anything for Google to be worried about, so there’s not much incentive for them to pay anything more than lip service to the various national entities’ entreaties. But if Google ignores these privacy concerns too much, they could run the risk of civil action in the courtroom, something that will cost them much more in terms of time, money and ever-precious public relations.Given the half the planet is looking askance at Google and other Internet companies for their alleged participation in the U.S. intelligence project known as PRISM, reputation is not a currency Google has a lot to spend.Public privacy and data commissions might be nickel and diming companies like Google, but a major court battle—or worse, unfriendly legislation—is something that can get even Google’s attention. 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Tags:#Google#privacy center_img Related Posts Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… brian proffittlast_img read more

Three more UP cities included in Smart City Mission

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