Bloggers channel – Ascension Risk Management http://ascensionriskmanagement.com/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 07:53:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/cropped-icon-32x32.png Bloggers channel – Ascension Risk Management http://ascensionriskmanagement.com/ 32 32 Russian journalists are silenced to stifle reporting on protests https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/russian-journalists-are-silenced-to-stifle-reporting-on-protests/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 00:32:23 +0000 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/russian-journalists-are-silenced-to-stifle-reporting-on-protests/ Russian authorities have devised a sophisticated system of restrictions and harsh reprisals to crush public protests, including the suppression of all reporting about them by journalists and independent observers. Restrictions have increased since the invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, and the rampant crackdown on the anti-war movement virtually prevents any public protest and information […]]]>

Russian authorities have devised a sophisticated system of restrictions and harsh reprisals to crush public protests, including the suppression of all reporting about them by journalists and independent observers.

Restrictions have increased since the invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, and the rampant crackdown on the anti-war movement virtually prevents any public protest and information sharing about it, Amnesty International said in a new report released today. today.

The report, Russia: “You will be arrested anyway”: Retaliation against monitors and media workers reporting on protests, documents dozens of cases of unlawful obstruction of the work of journalists and observers during public protests, including arbitrary arrests, use of force, detentions and heavy fines.

“We can see that the Russian authorities are determined not only to prevent and severely punish any demonstration, even peaceful ones, but also to minimize any public awareness,” said Natalia Prilutskaya, Russia researcher at Amnesty International.

We can see that the Russian authorities are determined not only to prevent and severely punish any demonstration, however peaceful, but also to minimize any public awareness of it.

Natalia Prilutskaya, Russia researcher at Amnesty International

“Since the very beginning of Vladimir Putin’s presidency in 2000, Russian authorities have gradually limited the right to peaceful protest, increasingly penalizing those who attempt to exercise it, making Russia a virtually protest-free zone. In February 2022, tens of thousands of people defied the prospect of exorbitant fines and imprisonment and took to the streets of Russian cities to protest the invasion of Ukraine. Authorities responded by handing down the harshest sentences available against many of the participants. Police used brutal force against media workers and monitors who independently observed and reported on the protests.

“Authorities used the same approach a year earlier during demonstrations in support of wrongfully imprisoned opposition leader Aleksei Navalny. By depriving the public of any information about the protests and obstructing their monitoring, the Kremlin seeks to eradicate any public expression of discontent.

New perils for independent media to suppress anti-war reporting and protests

In recent years, the Russian authorities have implemented a legislative system that restricts freedom of expression and significantly increases the risks faced by observers, journalists and other media professionals who report on public assemblies.

The law requires journalists at protests to wear “the clearly visible badge of a representative of the media”.

However, police increasingly demanded additional demands, including “editorial assignment letters” or passports from media workers covering town hall meetings. Authorities warned media workers against “participating” in upcoming protests and arbitrarily arrested journalists before, during and after the rallies they were covering. In many cases, arrests were made with excessive and unlawful force that amounted to torture and other ill-treatment.

“Alongside the severe legal restrictions on media freedom already imposed by the state, the police are increasingly acting arbitrarily to prevent journalists and other media professionals from informing the public about the protests,” said Natalia Prilutskaya. .

Alongside the severe legal restrictions on media freedom already imposed by the state, the police are increasingly acting arbitrarily to prevent journalists and other media professionals from informing the public about the protests.

Natalia Prilutskaya, Russia researcher at Amnesty International

According to the Independent Union of Journalists and Media Workers (which was shut down by court order in September 2022), at least 16 journalists have been arrested in a week after mass protests erupted on January 23, 2021 against the Imprisonment of Aleksei Navalny. Seven staff members of the Committee Against Torture, a major Russian human rights NGO, were arbitrarily arrested, sometimes with force, while monitoring the protests. In many of these and other cases, media workers and protest observers were tried for “participating in an unauthorized public assembly” and were fined or sentenced to 10 days or more so-called administrative detention.

Retaliation against public watchdogs and media workers intensified further after the large-scale invasion of Ukraine. On March 4, 2022, new legislation was passed further restricting the right to freedom of expression. At the time of writing, authorities had brought criminal charges against at least nine journalists and bloggers for the then-introduced offense of “spreading false information about the Russian armed forces” (Article 207.3 of the Criminal Code). Some media and journalists have also been sanctioned under another new “offence”, that of “discrediting” the Russian armed forces deployed abroad (article 20.3.3 of the code of administrative offences) after having shared information on the war in Ukraine.

Under the new law, a media report containing an anti-war message became a possible ground for persecution. In June and July 2022, Vechernie Vedomostian independent Yekaterinburg media outlet and its publisher, Guzel Aitkulova, were fined 450,000 rubles ($7,240) for publishing a partially blurred photo of anti-war stickers and other visuals opposing the invasion.

In two other cases, several members of the press teams of Dovodan independent online media in Vladimir, and Pskovskaya Guberniyaa Pskov newspaper, were targeted for their coverage of anti-war protests.

On March 5, the police searched the homes of DovodEditor-in-chief Kirill Ishutin and three other journalists – including 17-year-old Evgeny Sautin – are said to have been witnesses in a criminal investigation for ‘vandalism’ in connection with the appearance of anti-war graffiti on a local bridge, which was reported for the first time by Dovod. On the same day, the police and special riot police broke into the office of Pskovskaya Gubernia, conducted searches and confiscated computers, telephones and other equipment, in an administrative case concerning the “crime” of “discrediting” the Russian armed forces deployed abroad, which had been enacted on standby. According to an anonymous complaint, the newspaper called for mass protests in its e-newsletter. The next day, Pskovskaya Gubernia announced that it had to suspend work until further notice.

The relentless attacks on the free press for covering the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the activities of the anti-war movement led to the exodus of hundreds of journalists from Russia. The independent television channel television rain and the Novaya Gazeta newspaper were among those who were forced to stop their work. Radio station Ekho Moskvy, which served as a platform for some of Russia’s most critical voices, was shut down by the authorities. Their respective teams had to look for new ways of working to inform the Russian public.

Relentless attacks on the free press for covering the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the activities of the anti-war movement have led to the exodus of hundreds of journalists from Russia

Need for change and more rigorous scrutiny by the international community

The appalling practices targeting peaceful protesters, journalists and independent observers must end immediately. Repressive Russian laws restricting freedom of expression must be abolished.

“As long as the Russian government is able to strangle rights and freedoms in the country and remains on a path of self-isolation, appalling abuses at all levels will continue, including the crime of aggression against Ukraine,” said Natalia Prilutskaya.

“Careful and effective scrutiny by the international community is needed. In times as dark as these, it is paramount to reach out to beleaguered Russian civil society and independent media, to help those who monitor and report abuses in the country, and to tell the world about them.

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Caucasian Knot | Kadyrov boasts that Chechen children are praying for the success of the SMO https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/caucasian-knot-kadyrov-boasts-that-chechen-children-are-praying-for-the-success-of-the-smo/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 21:19:11 +0000 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/caucasian-knot-kadyrov-boasts-that-chechen-children-are-praying-for-the-success-of-the-smo/ All over Chechnya, children are praying for the participants of the special military operation (SMO) in Ukraine, who “defend the religion” in the Donbass, boasted Ramzan Kadyrov. He explained that his daughter is the initiator of such actions. The “Caucasian Knot” reported that the leader of Chechnya also bragged about the participation of his three […]]]>

All over Chechnya, children are praying for the participants of the special military operation (SMO) in Ukraine, who “defend the religion” in the Donbass, boasted Ramzan Kadyrov. He explained that his daughter is the initiator of such actions.

The “Caucasian Knot” reported that the leader of Chechnya also bragged about the participation of his three minor sons in the fighting in the SMO zone in Ukraine, and the fact that three prisoners of war (POW) were taken to Grozny at the request of his children. The Chechen state television channel published a report in which Kadyrov’s sons were shown in a trench; however, social media commentators doubted the report was filmed during a battle on the front line. Their doubts were confirmed by blogger, Tumso Abdurakhmanov, who pointed to signs of editing in the video report.

Throughout Chechnya, with the active participation of children, prayers are said for the participants of the SMO, who defend the religion “from the encroachments of the henchmen of the accursed Iblis (the leader of the demons (shaitans) in Islam) in the Donbass,” Kadyrov said on his Telegram channel. According to his story, “Muslims of different ages” participate in collective prayers, including “the youngest residents”.

In the video posted on Ramzan Kadyrov’s Telegram channel, several dozen girls are dressed in hijabs in the colors of the Russian flag.

The Chechnya leader noted that his daughter, Khadizhat Kadyrova, head of the preschool education department at Grozny City Hall, “has been initiating activities with the participation of children in support of the SMO for several months now.”

The “Caucasian Knot” reported that on March 25, 2022, Kadyrov informed mass prayers in support of SMO fighters. The parishioners are obliged to participate in these prayers, suggested the author of the blog “Chechnya Inside” which he animates on the “Caucasian Knot”; and social network users confirmed in their comments that in Chechnya, civil servants, who receive their salaries from the state budget, are grouped together in mosques under threat of dismissal.

This article was originally published on the Russian page of the 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on November 12, 2022 at 23:17 MSK. To access the full text of the article, click on here.

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The Mary Sue is Hiring Freelance News Writers! https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/the-mary-sue-is-hiring-freelance-news-writers/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 22:25:00 +0000 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/the-mary-sue-is-hiring-freelance-news-writers/ The Mary Sue is looking for dedicated freelance writers to bolster our news coverage! We’re looking for journalists/bloggers who hold our intersectional feminist perspective and have deep knowledge and passion for politics, pop culture, online culture, fandoms, weird internet memes, and more! You should mostly be plugged into the news cycle 24/7. Do you have […]]]>
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The Mary Sue is looking for dedicated freelance writers to bolster our news coverage! We’re looking for journalists/bloggers who hold our intersectional feminist perspective and have deep knowledge and passion for politics, pop culture, online culture, fandoms, weird internet memes, and more! You should mostly be plugged into the news cycle 24/7. Do you have fifteen notifications popping up on your phone from a variety of sources every time a story breaks? We want to hear from you.

So what are the job expectations? We need a minimum of 25 posts per month, but we’re really looking for a lot more (over 100 posts/month). Your primary focus will be on covering the latest news in all of the areas mentioned above and more, with an emphasis on keeping our readers up to date and up to date with what’s happening in the world around them, whether whether it’s a political fiasco or spontaneous combustion. of a social media network.

You’ll work with our Senior News Writer to cover assigned day-to-day news stories, as well as pitch your own story ideas. We especially want to hear from candidates who are comfortable with breaking news, who write incisive shots, who work independently, and who have an instinctive barometer for what’s newsworthy. The ideal candidate will be able to find the aspects of any story that everyone will be discussing (or should be!) in the daily news cycle and will drive the conversation forward with their unique analysis.

Our rates vary by content, ranging from $15 to $60 depending on the length and type of story, with most articles falling in the $25 range and a few hundred words.

What are we looking for in a future freelance journalist?

  • Someone who is proud to be called a feminist and a geek.
  • A talent for finding unique and insightful angles on stories.
  • The ability to write quickly and accurately.
  • Someone eager to learn and incorporate feedback to develop their writing skills.
  • Familiarity with WordPress/blogging platforms and social media. (Mostly Facebook and Twitter, but Tumblr, TikTok, Instagram and more are great too!)
  • A multitasker that can consume a large amount of information in a short time.
  • Previous freelance experience.

What do we want in your application sent to [email protected]?

  • The subject line of your email should read: “TMS News Writer 2022”.
  • A brief cover letter as the BODY of your email.
  • Your CV/CV (as an attachment) or your LinkedIn profile (choose one).
  • At least two links to examples of your writing.
  • Links to your personal website/portfolio/blog, podcasts/videos and/or any public social media account you wish to share.

About Us:

The Mary Sue has made a name for itself as a feminist and inclusive space for nerds and geeks of all types, reaching millions of readers each month with great content ranging from fun with the latest internet trends to incisive social commentary on culture pop and news. We have big plans for the months ahead and are looking to bring in talented writers and editors who can help us grow this established readership explosively, and we’re excited for the opportunities this growth will open up for The Mary Sue’the future.

GAMURS does not discriminate. GAMURS encourages applications from minorities, all genders and races, and any qualified applicant.

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Nozomi OnePass: flexible, industry-first subscription pricing for hardware and more https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/nozomi-onepass-flexible-industry-first-subscription-pricing-for-hardware-and-more/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 16:07:38 +0000 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/nozomi-onepass-flexible-industry-first-subscription-pricing-for-hardware-and-more/ Today, Nozomi Networks launches a revolutionary approach to licensing and pricing for the OT/IoT security industry: a new subscription model called Nozomi OnePass. OnePass is a single subscription to all Nozomi Networks solutions, both hardware and software. It allows customers to build more flexible solutions to always meet their ever-changing needs, which they will never […]]]>

Today, Nozomi Networks launches a revolutionary approach to licensing and pricing for the OT/IoT security industry: a new subscription model called Nozomi OnePass. OnePass is a single subscription to all Nozomi Networks solutions, both hardware and software. It allows customers to build more flexible solutions to always meet their ever-changing needs, which they will never exceed and which will never become obsolete. As the first of its kind in the industry to include all of our hardware devices, we are very happy to make it available to customers who need a more flexible model and to open up new markets that would be difficult to budget for. with the traditional model.

Nozomi OnePass covers all hardware, software, support and optional subscriptions.
Nozomi OnePass covers all hardware, software, support and optional subscriptions.

Innovate with Hardware-as-a-Service

A key part of Nozomi OnePass is what the industry calls “Hardware as a Service” (HaaS), which now goes hand in hand with our existing Software as a Service (SaaS) model for on-premises and desktop-based solutions. cloud. OnePass is the premier hardware subscription model in the OT and ICS security industry, and it will provide customers with an easier way to license and deploy any Nozomi Networks solution. Notably, other hardware manufacturers in other solution segments have made inroads in this area and are finding that for many customers it can eliminate a lot of project risk and cost uncertainty in the years to come. come.

Hardware as a Service is quickly becoming the platform consumption model of the future for many industries. This allows customers to adopt a solution without having to incur large capital expenditures to purchase the hardware required as part of the on-premises deployment, and without having to define many specifications or hardware requirements in the early stages. of the project.

Even though OnePass is designed so customers can license hardware, they don’t have to worry about maintenance, asset management, or replacement costs. From the customer’s perspective, this will look like a rental model, for example, renting a cell phone from your carrier. When your cell phone can no longer perform the task you need, you can upgrade to a more advanced product for free. You also don’t have to worry about high upfront costs to buy the cell phone. The hardware cost is simply rolled into the cost of other services such as support, mobile phone service and data plan.

Nozomi OnePass Benefits.
OnePass benefits from Nozomi Networks.

Nozomi OnePass provides flexibility and reduces project risk

Nozomi OnePass eliminates the possibility of expensive hardware devices becoming obsolete, outdated, reaching end of life, or not supporting required new software features. Simply eliminate them in a way that best suits your company policies and Nozomi Networks will replace them with the same or a better solution.

Scalable enterprise-scale cybersecurity deployments for mission-critical OT and ICS environments have always relied on a combination of sophisticated software and virtual appliances, as well as specialized high-performance or hardened hardware components that meet the requirements which change frequently over time. Getting the exact hardware in place from day one has always been a challenge. Most solution providers don’t want to salvage hardware that you don’t need or will soon be without.

Nozomi OnePass completely eliminates the risk of hardware design. During the planning and deployment phases of a given site, the actual hardware requirements will be defined. What was once a hassle, change order and unforeseen expense now becomes a simple material order to which items can be added as needed. OnePass also eliminates the need for a lengthy CAPEX approval process, high upfront costs, and financial commitments for years to come, because customers are always on a pay-for-growth model.

OnePass for the whole platform

The Nozomi OnePass model is the result of the complementarity of our existing Vantage™ subscription model for cloud-hosted security infrastructure⁠—which can be combined with optional subscriptions for asset and threat intelligence⁠—with hardware as a service for Guardian hardware appliances. Nozomi OnePass now provides full platform access to all Nozomi solutions.

Nozomi OnePass will be rolled out to all channel partners and regions with immediate effect. Customers are encouraged to adopt Vantage to track Guardian Appliance licenses as part of the Nozomi OnePass subscription. At quote time, customers will receive a hardware allowance to cover the scale and complexity of their environment, which can then be used to order specific hardware appliances as deployment requirements are better understood. Customers will have much more flexibility to make decisions once the project has started.

Summary

Nozomi OnePass is the best way forward for customers who want to license all Nozomi solutions today. We are delighted to offer it to customers. Nozomi Networks will have a range of tools to help generate equivalent OnePass prices for traditional upfront licensing costs, and we think you’ll like the options. For more information or to obtain a quote for your environment, please contact your local Nozomi Networks representative.

The post office Nozomi OnePass: flexible, industry-first subscription pricing for hardware and more appeared first on Nozomi Networks.

*** This is a syndicated blog from the Security Bloggers Network of Nozomi Networks Written by Gary Kinghorn. Read the original post at: https://www.nozominetworks.com/blog/nozomi-onepass-flexible-industry-first-subscription-pricing-for-hardware-and-more/

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When is Children in Need 2022? Pudsey Day date, channel and celebrity lineup for 2022 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/when-is-children-in-need-2022-pudsey-day-date-channel-and-celebrity-lineup-for-2022/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 14:10:38 +0000 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/when-is-children-in-need-2022-pudsey-day-date-channel-and-celebrity-lineup-for-2022/ Children In Need – or Pudsey Day – is Friday, November 18 this year. Children In Need is one of the most famous charities in the UK and he has raised money for disadvantaged young people since 1980. Last year the ‘the night’ campaign total soared to £39.3million and it rose to £51 million as […]]]>
Children In Need – or Pudsey Day – is Friday, November 18 this year.

Children In Need is one of the most famous charities in the UK and he has raised money for disadvantaged young people since 1980. Last year the ‘the night’ campaign total soared to £39.3million and it rose to £51 million as additional donations poured in.

Here’s everything you need to know about Children In Need 2022, when it airs from, how to watch it and which one celebrities are affected this year.

When is Children in Need 2022?

The Children In Need event – also called “Pudsey Day” – will fall on Friday, November 18 this year.

How can you watch Children In Need 2022?

The Great SPOTacular Appeal Night will be broadcast live on BBC One on Friday, November 18 of 7 p.m.. If you can’t make it this time, in addition to attending the live broadcast on TV you can also watch it later via BBC iPlayer.

Which celebrities will be attending Children In Need this year?

Pudsey Bear visits Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling, Scotland to help keepers feed the zebras ahead of BBC Children in Need 2020.

This year’s Great SPOTacular Appeal Night will be presented by former Lioness Alex Scott, Bake Off original Mel Giedroyc, presenter Ade Adepitan and comedians Chris Ramsey and Jason Manford. Physical trainer and personality Joe Wicks will also be involved and will organize a ‘Walk With Joe’ event for the occasion, undertaking a 30-mile walk which he aims to complete in 10 hours as part of a fundraiser. Other personalities present at Children In Need this year include:

Olympic boxer Nicola Adams

Laura Whitmore, host of Love Island

Dani Dyer, winner of Love Island

Podcast host Giovanna Fletcher

Blu Hydrangea, Winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race

Tilly Ramsay from Strictly Come Dancing

This year’s host Chris Ramsay said: “BBC Children in Need is an event in every family’s annual calendar and I am delighted to be supporting the charity again this year.

How can you donate to Children in Need 2022?

On SPOTacular’s big call night, viewers will have the option to donate via call or text. However, there are also Children In Need programs leading up to this major fundraising event. If you are interested, you can donate to Children In Need before November 18 by visiting the BBC website.

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Julie Powell, writer of ‘Julie & Julia’, has died – WSB-TV Channel 2 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/julie-powell-writer-of-julie-julia-has-died-wsb-tv-channel-2/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 22:15:11 +0000 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/julie-powell-writer-of-julie-julia-has-died-wsb-tv-channel-2/ The woman who tried to cook all the recipes in Julia Child’s ‘Mastering the Art of French Cooking’ and documented her efforts online, has died. Julie Powell was 49 years old. >> Read more trending news Powell wrote about her successes and failures in her popular 2002 food blog called Julie/Julia Project, which inspired the […]]]>

The woman who tried to cook all the recipes in Julia Child’s ‘Mastering the Art of French Cooking’ and documented her efforts online, has died.

Julie Powell was 49 years old.

>> Read more trending news

Powell wrote about her successes and failures in her popular 2002 food blog called Julie/Julia Project, which inspired the film, “Julia and Julia.”

The film starred Meryl Streep as Child and Amy Adams as Powell.

Powell’s husband said his wife died of cardiac arrest, The New York Times reported.

Powell, according to the newspaper“was an aspiring writer working in a low-level administrative position in Lower Manhattan.”

At nearly 30, she had no other choice, calling the project “one of those moments of panic, backing into a corner” when she spoke with the Time.

To do something with her time, she decided to cook each of the 524 recipes in the first volume of Child’s cookbook handed down to her by her mother.

She shared her successes and challenges while cooking in a Long Island City loft.

By the anniversary of the blog’s launch and her self-imposed deadline to try and cook all 524 recipes, she had 400,000 total page views, a milestone in the infancy of blogging, and had thousands regular readers, Time reported.

The blog became a book, “Julie & Julia: 365 days, 524 recipes, 1 small apartment kitchen”, and the paperback version “Julie & Julia: My Year of Cooking Dangerously”, which sold over one million copies.

When we talk to Salon.comshe said the blog was not just about food, but about the journey the year had brought her because she had made the choice to do Something.

“I had this deep feeling that making a choice that I was going to have to stick with was like a prison sentence, a conviction. And later, frankly, I even sometimes thought of the project that way. But at the least it was my choice. At the end of the day, I think we’re so scared that our choices won’t lead to where they need to go, and that we’re not going to have the right husband or the right career, that we don’t let’s just make no choice. For me, the idea of ​​making my own choice and seeing it through – even if there was no logical reason to do so – ended up being a liberating thing rather than a liberating one. ‘a binding thing,’ Powell said. Living room in 2005.

The film inspired by the book was written and directed by Nora Ephron and was Ephron’s last film before she deceased.

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Cowboys news: Jerry Jones ‘admires’ a specific free agent receiver https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/cowboys-news-jerry-jones-admires-a-specific-free-agent-receiver/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 11:00:00 +0000 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/cowboys-news-jerry-jones-admires-a-specific-free-agent-receiver/ Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says free agent receiver is ‘a player I really admire’ – Ryan Morik, Fox News With November 1 being the NFL’s trade deadline, many fans are wondering if the Cowboys will make a move, especially to the receiver. Jerry Jones may be leaving an Ariadne’s thread that is not a job. […]]]>

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says free agent receiver is ‘a player I really admire’ – Ryan Morik, Fox News

With November 1 being the NFL’s trade deadline, many fans are wondering if the Cowboys will make a move, especially to the receiver. Jerry Jones may be leaving an Ariadne’s thread that is not a job.

Odell Beckham Jr. had one of the best catches of all time against the Dallas Cowboys in 2014 as a New York giant.

Almost eight years later, Jerry Jones appears to be considering bringing Beckham to Texas.

The Cowboys owner praised the free agent during a radio spot Friday.

“He did the best take I’ve seen, other than Dez’s. [Bryant] done for the touchdown against Green Bay,” Jones said on 105.3 The Fan. “Bottom line, Odell is a player that I admire a lot.”

Beckham is still a free agent as he recovers from an ACL tear he suffered in 2022 superbowl. Prior to the injury, he grabbed the game’s first touchdown and was on course to have a memorable performance.

In eight regular-season games with LA, Beckham caught 27 passes — including five touchdowns — for 305 yards, but he added it in the playoffs.

Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott unlikely to play Bears before bye week – Todd Archer, ESPN

Starting running back Ezekiel Elliott suffered a PCL injury in 2021 that limited his effectiveness as a runner. The Cowboys tend not to make the same mistake twice this season.

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is listed as a doubt for Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears with a right knee hyperextension.

Elliott did not participate in Friday’s walkthrough after sitting out practice Wednesday and Thursday for resistance training and rehabilitation.

“The only chance he would have to play is if he continues down the right [path] that he’s really going,” coach Mike McCarthy said. “I mean he’s doing a lot better than expected. But if he trains tomorrow, he will have a chance to play.

Speaking to 105.3 The Fan, Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones appeared to indicate that Elliott would not play, but did not completely rule him out before the team went on leave next week.

“I’m not sure we would have done it this way if we hadn’t had the bye. It just gives too good an opportunity if we don’t use Zeke,” Jones said. “And we’ll see how he reacts as the week goes on, but if we don’t use him, it’s just too good to get him into top shape.”

Ezekiel Elliott questionable; Micah Parsons and Sam Williams questionable – Charean Williams, PFT

The Cowboys have other injuries to worry about.

Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons (shoulder) and defensive end Sam Williams (knee) are among the questionable players. Both were added to the training report on Thursday, and both were restricted in training on Friday.

Also questionable are receiver Noah Brown (foot), linebacker Devin Harper (Achilles), safety Malik Hooker (hamstring), tight end Dalton Schultz (knee) and right tackle Terence Steele (neck).

Brown and Hooker haven’t practiced all week.

Keys to Victory: Making Bears One-Dimensional – Bucky Brooks, Dallascowboys.com

Former NFL scout Bucky Brooks thinks if the Cowboys win on Sunday, we’ll come back to the Bears’ offense that will end up with a tied hand behind their back.

The Cowboys will win if…

The recipe is simple enough for the Cowboys with or without their franchise quarterback or one of their star running backs: run the ball and rely on defense to create scoring chances on big plays or turnovers. That’s how the Cowboys got to a 5-2 record and coaches shouldn’t deviate from a plan that works for this team. Against the Bears, the potential absence of Ezekiel Elliott will test the staff’s commitment to the current game with Tony Pollard expected to take on the workload. Although the fourth-year pro showed immense potential as a big game threat with the ball in his hands, he was never forced to handle a full RB1 workload as a lead runner. The Cowboys need to find a way to keep him fresh while looking at his ability to make passing contributions. Whether Pollard touches swings, screens and checks to complete his running workload, the ball needs to hit the hands of the No. 20 more than 20 times for the offense to work at an effective pace.

Defensively, the Cowboys will need to have a response to the Bears’ new and improved offense. The team switched to a college-style offense with Justin Fields billed as a dual-threat playmaker. Considering he’s run the ball at least 12 times in each of the last two games, the Cowboys will have to incapacitate the second-year pro and force him to throw to move the ball downfield. If the Cowboys contain the Bears’ No. 1-ranked running game while avoiding freebies, this game could turn into a one-sided affair.

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New Zealand couple trapped in Iran allowed to leave https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/new-zealand-couple-trapped-in-iran-allowed-to-leave/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 23:51:00 +0000 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/new-zealand-couple-trapped-in-iran-allowed-to-leave/ WELLINGTON: Two New Zealand travel bloggers who disappeared in Iran for nearly four months are “unharmed” after fleeing after secret talks between the two governments, Wellington revealed on Wednesday (October 26th). Newlyweds Bridget Thackwray and Topher Richwhite moved from Turkey to Iran in early July, when their social media feeds – usually filled with glamorous […]]]>

WELLINGTON: Two New Zealand travel bloggers who disappeared in Iran for nearly four months are “unharmed” after fleeing after secret talks between the two governments, Wellington revealed on Wednesday (October 26th).

Newlyweds Bridget Thackwray and Topher Richwhite moved from Turkey to Iran in early July, when their social media feeds – usually filled with glamorous and carefully curated photos of them in exotic locations – fell silent.

For months, some of the couple’s 300,000 fans have been posting increasingly anguished messages asking for their safety, with no response. At the same time, the New Zealand government has refused media requests to comment on their fate.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern broke her silence, revealing that officials had been “working hard” for several months to “ensure the safe exit” of the couple, who had endured “difficult circumstances”.

The exact details of the couple’s stay in Iran remain unclear.

Iranian officials told AFP the couple had not been detained or arrested, and the New Zealand government was careful not to imply formal captivity.

“SOMETHING WAS WRONG”

Westerners are frequently shut down by Iran’s hardline government – which has been at odds with the United States and its allies since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Inmates are languishing in prisons or have been released after intense behind-the-scenes negotiations.

Many releases have included prisoner swaps, leading to accusations that Tehran is engaging in “hostage diplomacy”.

Most countries advise against traveling to Iran.

‘Topher’, short for Christopher, who is in his thirties and the son of one of New Zealand’s wealthiest bankers, toured with a band before the pair began their world tour.

His wife Bridget, in her late 20s, founded fashion site Fashbae in 2017, the year before they started travelling.

They traveled in an American-made Jeep 4×4 named “Gunther” after German traveler Gunther Holtorf, who visited 215 countries in 26 years before his death in 2021.

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From Planespotter to Top Vlogger https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/from-planespotter-to-top-vlogger/ Sat, 22 Oct 2022 18:31:00 +0000 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/from-planespotter-to-top-vlogger/ Aviation blogger, vlogger, author and photographer Sam Chui is well known for his success on YouTube. Anyone who enjoys watching videos of other people stealing will inevitably have stumbled upon their channel and will no doubt be hooked. by sam travel reports are a cut above everything else, from entertaining commentary to unique images of […]]]>

Aviation blogger, vlogger, author and photographer Sam Chui is well known for his success on YouTube. Anyone who enjoys watching videos of other people stealing will inevitably have stumbled upon their channel and will no doubt be hooked.


by sam travel reports are a cut above everything else, from entertaining commentary to unique images of cockpits, crew rest and other inaccessible places. But what really sets Sam’s work apart is his boundless enthusiasm and in-depth knowledge of all things aviation.

SIMPLEFLYING VIDEO OF THE DAY

Photo: Sam Chui

Simple Flying chatted with Sam about how he got to where he is today. This is the story of a young man with a camera who became one of today’s most beloved and respected aviation journalists.


Sam Chui – the beginnings

Like many avgeeks, Sam’s journey started watching planes from the ground. Living in Hong Kong, he became fascinated from an early age with the huge planes veering over the city towards Kai tak. The insect had bitten, and by the time he was in college he was a fully enrolled observer. Speaking to Simple Flying, he told us,

“In the late 90s, I was a planespotter. I was a student and when I got my driver’s license, my first trip was to the airport. At that time, I was studying in Australia, and living in Sydney. So I used to go to Sydney airport every day after school and every weekend to watch the planes.

Photo: Sam Chui

Sam was dedicated to his hobby, devoting most of his free time to photographing airplanes. Eager to share his talent with the world, he launched a website to host his photos – samchuiphotos.com – hosted on the defunct Yahoo! GeoCities. But, initially, his fascination with airplanes was limited to looking at them from the outside.

Things changed when Sam finished school and entered the working world. With money in his pocket, Sam began to travel more, both for work and pleasure, and wanted to share his travel experiences.

“It was around 2002 that I got my first digital camera – a Nikon D 100, the world’s first digital SLR – that changed everything. Now I didn’t have to spend money developing movies or worry about using the movie every click, so I started sharing my travel reports. I took flights, shared my photos on my blog, and slowly, slowly, I started to build an audience interested in this type of content.

Photo: Sam Chui

Helping Sam expand his audience was his passion for flying rare, unusual or special flights. After 9/11, many aircraft types began to be phased out to make way for newer and more efficient aircraft. Airlines have started saying goodbye to planes like the 727the DC-10, the old 747sand that presented an opportunity for Sam, as he explained,

“I made it my mission to hunt flights on rare planes so I could fly them at least once before they retired. Of course, I did travelogues on these flights, and my audience never stopped. to grow.

Enter the world of video

As the world became more digitally mature, new opportunities began to emerge. Along with the smartphone revolution in the 2010s, an evolution in the demand for content has taken place. While photography remains a popular medium, a new player was in the ring, and his name was video. Sam explained,

“It was around the mid-2010s when I got my first iPhone, I think at the time it was an iPhone 6, and I started recording more videos. I realized then that video was the next big thing, so that’s how I started a YouTube channel.

Photo: Sam Chui

Sam had actually started a YouTube channel a few years before, around 2007, but it had gone dormant with only one upload on the page. Starting in 2015, he started uploading more regularly, documenting his travels and sharing his opinions on the airlines he flew. It was a huge hit with the public and its subscriber count kept growing.

Give up the day job

By 2017, Sam had gotten serious about the videos he was making. Thanks to his well-paid banking job, he was able to finance his travels more freely and continue to make videos that his audience loved. But as the number of subscribers grew, so did his income from videos, and he began to wonder if it could be more than just a hobby. He said,

“I was fascinated by YouTube’s advertising revenue and monthly growth. At some point it exceeded my day salary and I started considering quitting my day job to devote myself fully to vlogging because I knew that was where my passions lay.

“I paralleled my day job and my vlogging for as long as I could, until April 2018 when I finally took the plunge to align my ‘work’ and my passion. Many of my colleagues thought I was crazy to let such good work go. Since then, I have never looked back.”

Photo: Sam Chui

Sam doesn’t like to call his vlogging a “job”, because even though he supports his lifestyle, funds his travels, and keeps a roof over his head, he still considers it a hobby; a way to express his passion for aviation.

“The difference between work and hobby is that in a job you rarely have a choice to do things you love. You are just told to do your job. For me, vlogging and blogging are not not a job; I have the choice to do things I love and to choose subjects and travels that I enjoy. I have a choice of when I have to do things, I control my lifestyle .

Although the pandemic has slowed Sam down somewhat, he has taken the opportunity to reinvent himself and add more irons to his fire. He opened a PR and media consultancy for the aviation industry – the first to open in the Middle East. And, of course, he continues to fly high, in every way possible.

Photo: Sam Chui

His YouTube channel has grown to over three million subscribers, with his most popular videos surpassing 60 million plays! And he hasn’t stopped yet, even though he’s more selective about the flights he performs and comments on these days.

“Today, 50% of the flights I fly are driven by events such as deliveries, inaugural flights, air shows and one-off special flights. They are meaningful just to keep going!

Advice for budding aviation vloggers

Sam feels incredibly lucky to be able to live on something he loves so much. But he worked very hard to get there and continues to strive to be just a little bit better than everyone else at everything he does. His advice for anyone dreaming of a similar job? He told us,

“The two things you need to look at are, first, is it really what you want because it’s driven by passion. And second, you need to think about what your audience likes. You need to provide your audience with the content that they enjoy, so it’s not just about what you like; you have to align your interests with your audience. Always think about how you can benefit your audience to keep them coming back.

Are you a Sam Chui fan? Want to start vlogging your own air travel? Let us know in the comments.

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Global Luxury Goods Market Size, Share, Price, Trends, Growth, Analysis, Key Players, Outlook, Report, Forecast 2022-2027 | EMR Inc. https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/global-luxury-goods-market-size-share-price-trends-growth-analysis-key-players-outlook-report-forecast-2022-2027-emr-inc/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 07:55:44 +0000 https://ascensionriskmanagement.com/global-luxury-goods-market-size-share-price-trends-growth-analysis-key-players-outlook-report-forecast-2022-2027-emr-inc/ Expert Market Research’s new report titled “Global luxury goods market Report and Forecast 2022-2027′, gives an in-depth analysis of the global luxury goods market, assessing the market based on its segments such as product, distribution channel, end users and major regions. The report tracks the latest industry trends and studies their impact on the overall […]]]>

Expert Market Research’s new report titled “Global luxury goods market Report and Forecast 2022-2027′, gives an in-depth analysis of the global luxury goods market, assessing the market based on its segments such as product, distribution channel, end users and major regions. The report tracks the latest industry trends and studies their impact on the overall market. It also assesses market dynamics, covering key demand and price indicators, as well as market analysis based on SWOT and Porter’s Five Forces models.

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Luxury Goods Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry Report, Key Player, Major Segments and Forecast

Key highlights of the report include:

Market Overview (2017-2027)

  • Historical Market Size (2021): $269.4 billion
  • Forecast CAGR (2022-2027): 4.73%
  • Forecasted Market Size (2027): $355.5 billion
Report attribute Details
Historical period 2017-2021
Forecast period 2022-2027
base year 2021
Market size in 2021 269.4 billion
Revenue forecasts in 2027 355.5 billion
Growth rate CAGR 4.73%
Main actors LVMH Moet Hennessy-Louis Vuitton SA, Compagnie Financière Richemont SA, Kering SA, Chow Tai Fook Jewelry Group Limited and Luxottica Group SpA.

Based on the mode of distribution, the offline channel accounts for a large market share in the global luxury goods market, due to the accessibility of offline stores to a large number of people and the availability of a wide range of options. However, in the coming years, the purchase of luxury goods through online channels is expected to experience the fastest growth owing to the growing internet penetration and convenience offered by e-commerce platforms.

The growing disposable income of people and their growing preference to spend more on luxury items is driving the growth of the luxury goods market.

Definition of the luxury industry and main segments

Luxury goods are non-essential items that are purchased for reasons such as self-esteem and improving one’s status in society. According to the economy, the demand for luxury goods increases in proportion to the increase in income.

Various products are considered luxury goods:

  • Watches and Jewelry
  • Perfumes and Cosmetics
  • Clothes
  • Bags/purses
  • Others

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On the basis of distribution channel, the luxury goods market is segmented as follows:

By end-users, the market is split into:

Luxury Goods Market Trends

The main trend seen in the market is the growing inclination towards personalized luxury items like bags and watches. Also, the increasing purchase of luxury items to enhance or emphasize one’s status in society is gaining ground. On top of that, consumers are also showing more interest in sustainable items like vegan bags.

Market players are using strategies such as digital engagement via fashion bloggers and celebrities to attract more people to their products.

Main market players

The main players in the luxury market are:

  • LVMH Moet Hennessy-Louis Vuitton SA
  • Financial Company Richemont SA
  • Kering S.A.
  • Chow Tai Fook Jewelry Group Limited
  • Luxottica SpA Group
  • Others

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