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Hyundai desarrollará sus propios chips, con casinos, y... / IKEA explota en ventas online / Aviones regionales de hidrógeno / Las nórdicas lideran el 5G / Aerogeneradores negros / Sysmon para Linux Patrocinador: La mejor manera de conseguir nuevos clientes para tu empresa es de la mano de Informa D&B https://www.informa.es/, la empresa líder información sobre empresas y empresarios. El 89% de las empresas del Ibex 35 ya confían en ellos. Solicita dos informes gratis sin compromiso https://www.informa.es/ llamando al 902 176 076 http://tel/, o en informa.es https://www.informa.es/. Hyundai desarrollará sus propios chips, con casinos, y... / IKEA explota en ventas online / Aviones regionales de hidrógeno / Las nórdicas lideran el 5G / Aerogeneradores negros / Sysmon para Linux Hyundai se cansa de la escasez de chip y dice que desarrollará los suyos propios. El gigante industrial coreano, uno de los pocos cuyas ventas están aumentando en medio de la crisis de componentes, quiere ser menos dependiente https://www.reuters.com/technology/hyundai-motor-says-it-wants-develop-chips-cut-reliance-chipmakers-2021-10-13/ de empresas externas para la parte informática de sus coches. — Supongo que optarán por ARM, e irán módulo a módulo. El comercio electrónico ya supone el 22% de los ingresos de IKEA en España. Sorprendente cifra https://www.silicon.es/ventas-record-de-ikea-en-espana-gracias-al-canal-virtual-que-ya-supone-el-22-de-su-facturacion-2446583 de una empresa que tradicionalmente fue muy reacia a adoptar la venta directa desde su web, y que ha apostado siempre por sus tiendas físicas tan diferentes. — Curiosamente España es el tercer mayor mercado de IKEA a nivel mundial, tras EE.UU y Rusia. Convirtiendo aviones de media distancia a motores de hidrógeno para 2025 es el plan de Universal Hydrogen, una startup de Los Ángeles que tiene acuerdos con las aerolíneas española Air Nostrum, Icelandair o Ravn Alaska, entre otras, para instalar unos kit de conversión https://archive.ph/NKFLz que permitan modificar un avión existente en uno de energía renovable. Su secreto son unas bombonas gigantes https://hydrogen.aero/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Regional-Aircraft3.jpg donde se almacenará el hidrógeno en vez de en depósitos continuados como los combustibles líquidos actuales. EE.UU. prepara una ley para evitar el trato preferente de empresas tecnológicas a sus productos y servicios desde las plataformas de su propiedad https://archive.ph/zmTKz. De aprobarse afectaría a cómo se distribuye Apple Music frente a Spotify, Microsoft Edge frente a otros navegadores, Google enlazando a YouTube en sus resultados de búsqueda, etc. Los fabricantes nórdicos están ganando la carrera del 5G. Ericsson y Nokia superan por primera vez a Huawei https://archive.ph/PuLl8 en cantidad de antenas de 5G a Huawei, con una cuota combinada de 30,4% del total global, frente al 28,8% de la firma china. Un ligero cambio de tendencia en una industria que se ha hiper-politizado. En la otra parte de la señal, Apple lidera la venta de móviles con 5G https://twitter.com/mixx_io/status/1448239731591073793 a pesar de haber empezado hace un año. Pintan las palas de los aerogeneradores de negro para disuadir a los pájaros. Aunque no son los primeros en hacerlo, Iberdrola ha empezado a lijar y pintar de negro una de las palas https://elperiodicodelaenergia.com/iberdrola-implanta-un-proyecto-para-disuadir-a-las-aves-en-tres-parques-eolicos-de-navarra-y-cadiz/ de los grandes generadores eólicos para reducir hasta un 70% el impacto de aves. — También han puesto unos vinilos con forma de "ojo" en la base para ahuyentar a las rapaces. Sony realizará loterías de PlayStation 5 para decidir quien puede comprarlas. La continuada escasez por segundas navidades seguidas fuerza al fabricante japonés a racionar la venta de PlayStation 5 en algunos países, dejando una remesa exclusiva https://www.playstation.com/en-us/ps5/register-to-buy/ para sus clientes "basado en actividad del pasado", y limitada a una por PSN ID. Los vendedores de Amazon te podrán preguntar por qué les has dejado una mala reseña. El comercio digital crea una nueva herramienta de comunicación directa con los clientes que dejen una reseña de 1, 2 ó 3 estrellas https://www.ecommercebytes.com/2021/10/13/amazon-offers-some-sellers-a-new-contact-customer-tool/. Puede ser útil, porque incluso podrán ofrecer devoluciones directamente, pero me temo que muchos la usarán para acosar a los clientes. Microsoft lanza Sysmon para Linux. La potente y tradicional herramienta de monitorización de eventos de Windows ahora tendrá una versión para Linux https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/microsoft/microsoft-releases-linux-version-of-the-windows-sysmon-tool/ que además es de código abierto https://github.com/Sysinternals/SysmonForLinux. Muy utilizada por expertos de seguridad, aunque en Linux existe Audit https://rubensa.wordpress.com/2018/07/23/auditando-sistemas-linux-con-el-demonio-audit/, pero creo que es menos potente. — Por favor inundadme de quejas el email si estoy equivocado. LinkedIn cierra en China. Millones de chinos protestan en las calles porque no podrán unirse a las redes de contactos de sus amigos y familiares nunca más. Ahora en serio, Microsoft ha cortado por lo sano https://blog.linkedin.com/2021/october/14/china-sunset-of-localized-version-of-linkedin-and-launch-of-new-injobs-app tras las presiones del gobierno para censurar la plataforma. — Sacarán una app más sencilla sin aspecto social llamada "InJobs" en el futuro.
Chaque semaine, De Quoi Je Me Mail ouvre le débat sur l'actu high-tech ! En compagnie de journalistes, mais aussi de personnalités spécialistes du numérique, nous analysons, décortiquons les grandes tendances du moment. Ce vendredi, nous commentons l'actu avec Nicolas Lellouche journaliste à 01Net et Anthony Morel journaliste à BFM Business. Module 1 : On a testé la nouvelle Nintendo Switch OLED DQJMM (1/2) Apple, Google, Samsung, Huawei, Sony...Semaine prochaine chargée dans les annonces tech ! On fait le point. Pénurie d'iPhone en vue pour la fin de l'année ? La faute à la pénurie de semiconducteurs On a testé la Nintendo Switch OLED...peu d'innovations mais on l'adore. Le fisc va scruter les piscines non déclarées via satellite Module 2 : Acer lance une gamme de PC en plastique recyclé DQJMM (2/2) François Sorel reçoit ce vendredi Karim Ouahioune Directeur marketing et communication chez Acer France. Le constructeur de PC taïwanais est-il impacté par la pénurie de composants électroniques ? On découvre aussi 2 nouveautés : le 1 er laptop fabriqué avec 30% de plastique recyclé et un PC portable étonnant qui affiche du contenu 3D sans lunettes, conçu pour les créatifs.
En este episodio conversamos con David Orozco, el CEO de CIAN Coders una empresa que se dedica a la exportación de tecnología ubicada en Quetzaltenango y que ha crecido al ofrecer servicios de desarrollo de software y digital para empresas internacionales. Hablamos sobre la importancia de crear un buen producto, manejar procesos y sistemas para garantizar la calidad y el enfoque en el desarrollo de las personas para el crecimiento de la empresa.
Michael Preysman is the founder and CEO of Everlane, a direct-to-consumer design brand based in San Francisco, California. Preysman shares tips and insights about what makes his company is extremely successful. 5x #1 Bestselling Author and Motivational Speaker Erik Qualman has performed in over 55 countries and reached over 50 million people this past decade. He was voted the 2nd Most Likeable Author in the World behind Harry Potter's J.K. Rowling. Have Erik speak at your conference: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more at: https://equalman.com Motivational Speaker | Erik Qualman has performed in 55 countries and reached over 50 million people. Qualman inspires his audiences on Digital Leadership-ensuring they are harnessing the power of Innovation, Future Trends, Focus, and Digital Transformation. He has inspired audiences at FedEx, Chase, ADP, Huawei, Starbucks, Godiva, FBI, Google and many more.
It looks like the European Union's competition czar Margrethe Vestager has finally found her right hand partner in Lina Khan. She tells host Ryan Heath the Biden administration, with its commitment to regulating Big Tech, is a “dream come true.” But what will that EU-U.S. cooperation really look like? Also: Vestager's game plan to protect whistleblowers, plus her own rules for tech at home. Ryan Heath is the host of the "Global Insider" podcast and authors the newsletter. Olivia Reingold produces “Global Insider.” Irene Noguchi edits “Global Insider” and is the executive producer of POLITICO Audio.
In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman discuss the many ongoing labor struggles in various industries, how the social, political, and economic conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic have exacerbated the already-existing issues that have contributed to this strike wave, the next steps in building a broader movement, and the need to join questions of race, labor, and class in organizing that broad labor movement.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Dr. Gnaka Lagoke, Assistant Professor of History and Pan-Africana Studies at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania and a founding member of the Convention for Pan-Africanism and Progress to discuss the long past-due trial into the murder of Burkina Faso revolutionary Thomas Sankara, Sankara's significant contributions to Burkina Faso during his short time in power, and the counter-reovultion which placed Burkina Faso back in the hands of France, led by Blaise Compaoré, former president and defendant in absentia.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by technologist Chris Garaffa, the editor of TechforthePeople.org to discuss Facebook's smear and minimization campaign against whistleblower Frances Haugen, the European Parliament's call for a ban on facial recognition technology and how it signals public opposition to weaponizing AI against people, the impact of the US targeting of Huawei and how it fits into the cold war drive against China.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Dr. Gabriel Rockhill, an organizer, Founding Director of the Critical Theory Workshop and Professor of Philosophy at Villanova University to discuss the financial backing of the far-right disinformation One America News Network by AT&T and the dark money behind the rise of far right politics in the United States, the ties between the media and the national security state, the similarities between the fascist 1934 “Business Plot” to overthrow the US government and the Capitol insurrection, and how movement and alternative media can connect the dots between the stories that dominate the headlines and the broader system of capitalism.
In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, Sean and Jacquie are joined by technologist Chris Garaffa, the editor of TechforthePeople.org to discuss Facebook's smear and minimization campaign against whistleblower Frances Haugen, the European Parliament's call for a ban on facial recognition technology and how it signals public opposition to weaponizing AI against people, the impact of the US targeting of Huawei and how it fits into the cold war drive against China.
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Kevin Hart is an American stand-up comedian and actor. He began working as a stand-up comedian shortly after graduating from high school, eventually migrating to bigger clubs in New York and Los Angeles. Since then Hart has gone on to big-time Hollywood success, appearing in comedies like Think Like a Man, About Last Night, Get Hard, Central Intelligence and two Jumanji features. Hart's tough experience would provide inspiring motivation and lift him to his current success. 5x #1 Bestselling Author and Motivational Speaker Erik Qualman has performed in over 55 countries and reached over 50 million people this past decade. He was voted the 2nd Most Likable Author in the World behind Harry Potter's J.K. Rowling. Have Erik speak at your conference: email@example.com Motivational Speaker | Erik Qualman has inspired audiences at FedEx, Chase, ADP, Huawei, Starbucks, Godiva, FBI, Google, and many more on Digital Leadership. Learn more at https://equalman.com
En este episodio conversé con José Kont de iLifeBelt sobre las tendencias en el mundo digital desde ecommerce hasta Tiktok. José es experto en monitoreo estratégico, auditoria de marketing digital y gestión de reputación online. Gracias a Spark Program por hacer de esta temporada posible.
Brian and Tim are back to discuss ransoms of all shapes and sizes. First, they tackle OFAC's new ransomware guidance and contemplate what it means for the risk faced by victims and others within the ransomware payment ecosystem. Next, Brian and Tim discuss recent OFAC settlements addressing Directive 4 and facilitation and, then, dive deep on the big announcement that DOJ resolved the criminal case against Huawei's CFO with a DPA. Finally, in the Lightning Round, they share quick thoughts on the guilty plea entered by a cryptocurrency expert for conspiring to violate the North Korea sanctions. ******** Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. EMBARGOED! is not intended and cannot be relied on as legal advice; the content only reflects the thoughts and opinions of its hosts. EMBARGOED! is intelligent talk about sanctions, export controls, and all things international trade for trade nerds and normal human beings alike, hosted by Miller & Chevalier Members Brian Fleming and Tim O'Toole. Each episode will feature deep thoughts and hot takes about the latest headline-grabbing developments in this area of the law, as well as some below-the-radar items to keep an eye on. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts for new bi-weekly episodes so you don't miss out! Roadmap: Introduction The Rundown New Ransomware Advisory and Designation OFAC Settlement - Directive 4 and Facilitation Huawei CFO Gets a DPA Lightning Round Ethereum Developer Pleads Guilty to DPRK Sanctions Final Thoughts
In 2018, Canadian authorities arrested Huawei finance chief Meng Wanzhou on behalf of the United States. Days later, the Chinese government arrested two Canadians in retaliation. WSJ's Jacquie McNish has been covering the ordeal and the high stakes detainee exchange that took place in September.
Today on the podcast, Crypto Influencer and NFT OG Adel De Meyer joins Brandon Zemp to discuss her background, thoughts on the NFT Boom, opinion on Metaverses and more! Adel has a background in marketing and PR, being recognized as a top 100 global marketing influencer. Her portfolio includes brands like Enjin, Huawei, Adobe, Hootsuite and a host of others. Listen to the full episode wherever you go on Anchor, Spotify, Apple, Google, Amazon Music and more! The podcast is available on… Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blockhash-exploring-the-blockchain/id1241712666 Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/6dc84ee4-845b-4bea-b812-b876daab2c7e/BlockHash-Exploring-the-Blockchain Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4AGqU8qxIYVkxXM4q2XpO1 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9iNmNhNWM0L3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Website: www.blockhashpodcast.com On Social Media… Website: https://adeldemeyer.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AdeldMeyer LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adeldm/ Medium: https://medium.com/@adeldemeyer Find Brandon Zemp & the podcast on Social Media… Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theblockhash/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zempcapital/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/zempcapital Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theblockhash LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/brandonzemp NFTs by BlockHash… OpenSea: https://opensea.io/collection/zemp OpenSea: https://opensea.io/collection/kiseokkim OpenSea: https://opensea.io/collection/officialcryptoghosts Sign up for the newsletter… (FREE) Blockchain Weekly: https://www.getrevue.co/profile/zemp (MEMBERS ONLY) Blockchain Insider: https://www.getrevue.co/profile/zemp/members
China is on the rise, with the world's largest navy and on track to have the world's largest economy. Jens Stoltenberg, NATO's Secretary-General, tells POLITICO's Ryan Heath about his plan to stay one step ahead of China's advances. Plus: he has a message for France on the recent U.S.-Australia submarine deal. Stay tuned after the interview for a debrief with POLITICO's Usha Sahay, who gives her take on the contenders to replace Stoltenberg once his term ends next fall — and how the U.S.-Australia submarine deal could tip the scales. A big thanks to Nirmal Mulaikal for fact checking this episode. Jens Stoltenberg is the Secretary-General of NATO. Usha Sahay is a senior editor at POLITICO Magazine. Ryan Heath is the host of the "Global Insider" podcast and authors the newsletter. Olivia Reingold produces “Global Insider.” Irene Noguchi edits “Global Insider” and is the executive producer of POLITICO Audio.
The Chinese telecom giant Huawei and other Chinese telecom firms, like ZTE, had been poised to lead the globe in 5G technology—until the U.S. State Department embarked on a global campaign to challenge the market dominance of Chinese firms with the Clean Network program. Did that initiative create a new era of multilateral, democratic governance of the internet, or a “splinternet” forcing participants to choose between the U.S. and China?
In the Security News, Microsoft adds automated mitigations for Exchange servers, Senior US cyber officials support mandatory breach reporting, 2021 has broken the record for 0days, but maybe that's a good thing? Speaking of which, Apple patches some 0days, Lithuania warns against using Huawei and Xiaomi phones, the FCC pays companies to ditch Huawei and ZTE gear, the latest on Cybercrime, UK researchers find a way to pickpocket Apple Pay, and more! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/psw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw712
En este episodio conversé con Juan José Asencio de 1bot, una startup que se dedica al desarrollo de contenido educativo enfocado en tecnología para niños con un enfoque social empresarial. Hablamos sobre los retos que trajo el Covid en la industria de educación y cómo esos retos se convirtieron en oportunidades. Gracias a Spark Program por hacer esta temporada posible.
On this special bonus episode of China Rising, we'll investigate how the biggest story in Canada-China relations finally came to a head. On Sept. 24th, a nearly three-year geopolitical stand-off over the arrest of Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver ended after the Huawei executive struck a deal with U.S. authorities. Just hours after she was released, the Canadian Prime Minister announced the ‘Two Michaels' – Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor – were also freed and on their way home to Canada. That frantic climax sent shockwaves around the world. We'll explore what it means for the future of Canada-China relations and witness the emotional homecoming for the ‘Two Michaels' and their families. Contact: Twitter: @JeffSempleGN Email: email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei, is free, having been put on a flight from Canada back to her native China. Moments later, two Canadians held in China were also freed and put on flights back to Canada in what many are describing as hostage diplomacy by the People's Republic of China. The United States had indicted Wanzhou and Huawei for bank fraud but dropped the indictment against her at least, having reached a deferred prosecution agreement with her in which she gave statements that may be used against Huawei. To go over all of the angles, Benjamin Wittes sat down with Pete Strzok, former deputy head of counterintelligence at the FBI; Julian Ku, a professor of law at Hofstra University School of Law; and Leah West of Carleton University in Canada.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, we welcome Mehul Revankar, VP Product Management and Engineering, VMDR at Qualys, to discuss Defense Strategies to Combat Sophisticated Ransomware! In the Security News, Microsoft adds automated mitigations for Exchange servers, Senior US cyber officials support mandatory breach reporting, 2021 has broken the record for 0days, but maybe that's a good thing? Speaking of which, Apple patches some 0days, Lithuania warns against using Huawei and Xiaomi phones, the FCC pays companies to ditch Huawei and ZTE gear, the latest on Cybercrime, UK researchers find a way to pickpocket Apple Pay, and more! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw712 Segment Resources: www.qualys.com/vmdr Visit https://securityweekly.com/qualys to learn more about them! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/psw for all the latest episodes! Visit https://securityweekly.com/acm to sign up for a demo or buy our AI Hunter! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly
As sanctions derail its traditional business, China's Huawei is scrambling to reinvent itself by shifting into areas less dependent on foreign chip supplies. China's Belt and Road Initiative has left scores of lower and middle-income countries saddled with “hidden debts” totalling $385bn. Hong Kong's stock market is on track for its worst quarter for new listings since the earliest days of the Covid-19 pandemic. And Japan's new Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, is seen as unlikely to veer from his predecessor's economic policies.Hong Kong faces worst quarter for stock listings since pandemichttps://www.ft.com/content/40436534-cd31-4959-a7c1-95065e281046?‘Hidden debt' on China's Belt and Road tops $385bn, says new study, with Ed White https://www.ft.com/content/297beae8-7243-4d93-9fac-09e515e82972The necessary reinvention of Huawei, with Kathrin Hille https://www.ft.com/content/9e98a0db-8d0a-4f78-90d3-25bfebcf3ac9Japan's ruling party appoints ‘Mr status quo' Fumio Kishida as next leader, with Kana Inagaki https://www.ft.com/content/9c3b578f-2dd5-4913-acc9-4252c80214e1The FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon and Marc Filippino. The show's editor is Jess Smith. Additional help by Peter Barber, Gavin Kallmann, Michael Bruning, and Persis Love. The show's theme song is by Metaphor Music. The FT's global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, Alan, Quinta, and Scott were joined by special guest (and our first-ever undisputed Generation Z guest) Lawfare managing editor Jacob Schulz! They discussed:From the Department of the End of the Republic: Should a recently revealed plan to manipulate the counting of the 2020 electoral votes in President Trump's favor have us worried about 2024?A Prisoner Dilemma: What should we make of China's use of hostage diplomacy to secure the release of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou? And,Hitting “Unfriend”: Is a federal court correct that Facebook has an obligation to share information on atrocities with international tribunals?For object lessons, Quinta endorsed "The Other Two" for some wholesome entertainment; Alan sang the praises of the newest pasta shape on the block; Scott dismissed Alan's pasta shape as a thing of nightmares, while endorsing the Tuscan classic "priest-strangler" (and saying hello to some RatSec listeners in the family); and Jacob brought our attention to the trend of French presidents being abused by their constituents, exemplified most recently by the (unsuccessful) egging of French President Emmanuel Macron. Be sure to visit our show page at www.lawfareblog.com and to follow us on Twitter at @RatlSecurity. And Rational Security listeners can now get a committed ad-free feed by becoming a Lawfare material supporter at www.patreon.com/lawfare! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Beijing releases American siblings after 3 yearsWhat's behind the blackouts in China?U.S. to replace Huawei equipment in networksHeavy rain, mudslides hit several Chinese provinces Why so many unfinished buildings in China?
Tom Hanks is an American actor, filmmaker and comedian. Known for both his comedic and dramatic roles, he is one of the most popular and recognizable film stars worldwide, and is regarded as an American cultural icon. Hanks shares insights on how he dealt with past experiences that lead him to widely known success today. 5x #1 Bestselling Author and Motivational Speaker Erik Qualman has performed in over 55 countries and reached over 50 million people this past decade. He was voted the 2nd Most Likable Author in the World behind Harry Potter's J.K. Rowling. Have Erik speak at your conference: firstname.lastname@example.org Motivational Speaker | Erik Qualman has inspired audiences at FedEx, Chase, ADP, Huawei, Starbucks, Godiva, FBI, Google, and many more on Digital Leadership. Learn more at https://equalman.com
The NatCon Squad, Episode 35: Facebook's Assault on Kids, DOJ Goes Soft on Huawei, ACLU Cancels Women, and Timidity of Pro-life Establishment. With Josh Hammer, Emily Jashinsky, and Ben Weingarten, and Rachel Bovard. The NatCon Squad is produced by the Edmund Burke Foundation and White House Writers Group. Follow us on Twitter: @NatConTalk For more information visit our website: nationalconservatism.org
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Hidden Forces Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “Huawei is the biggest front company. Don't get me wrong, they are making the best products… But, their greatest purpose is to help China improve and increase their power in the world”– Jon PelsonThe partnership between Telecom giant, Huawei, and the CCP has allowed them to monopolize production in the industryChina understands the leverage this gets them in the war on information5G embodiesthe internet of things where everything (physical & digital) is interconnected, giving exponential opportunities for bandwidth capabilities and device capacityWe all can wait a few seconds for a website to load but what about bandwidth efficiency associated with remote surgery or autonomous cars?5G's technology has the ability to work at groundbreaking low latency levels – The time between receiving data and decision makingRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn Episode 212 of Hidden Forces, Demetri Kofinas speaks with telecom industry veteran and author of “Wireless Wars,” Jon Pelson, about how American companies invented cellular technology, transferred that technology to China, and then sat by and watched as their Chinese competitors drove them out of business. He shares stories from the executives and scientists who built the industry, as well as those of Western politicians, businesspeople, and members of the military who cooperated with and in some cases actively aided the Chinese government and its state champions in their efforts to overtake and crush their western competitors. The first part of today's conversation is spent familiarizing listeners with 5G technology, how it works, and why it's important to the future of automation, commerce, and national security. Pelson also goes into some of the details around technology transfers, the rise of Huawei, and the relationship between the Chinese telecommunications industry and the CCP. The episode Overtime focuses mainly on how China uses our weaknesses against us, corrupting public officials and top corporate executives in their effort to overtake American companies in key industries that the Chinese Communist Party deems vital for its national security and global ambitions. Jon also explains how the United States can fight back, turning those same weaknesses into strengths by leveraging a culture of permissionless innovation to retake the lead in global telecommunications and related industries that are vital for the long-term competitiveness of American industry & national security. You can access the second part of this episode, as well as the transcript and rundown to this week's conversation through the Hidden Forces Patreon Page. All subscribers gain access to our premium feed, which can be easily added to your favorite podcast application. If you enjoyed listening to today's episode of Hidden Forces you can help support the show by doing the following: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | CastBox | RSS Feed Write us a review on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to our mailing list through the Hidden Forces Website Producer & Host: Demetri Kofinas Editor & Engineer: Stylianos Nicolaou Subscribe & Support the Podcast at https://patreon.com/hiddenforces Join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @hiddenforcespod Follow Demetri on Twitter at @Kofinas Episode Recorded on 09/20/2021
Photo: A city-state currently held hostage. Here: Hong Kong protesters threw eggs at Communist Party general secretary Xi Jinping's portrait on National Day #StateThinking: Huawei chooses hostage diplomacy. @MaryKissel, Former Senior Adviser to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Executive VP Stephens Inc. https://qz.com/2065090/the-return-of-huawei-cfo-becomes-a-nationalist-moment-for-china/ Permissions: Hong Kong protesters threw eggs at Communist Party general secretary Xi Jinping's portrait on National Day.中文（香港）: 香港反送中示威人士在國慶日示威遊行期間向中共總書記習近平的巨型肖像扔雞蛋表達對中共政權的不滿。 Date | 1 October 2019, 14:30:31 Source | https://www.flickr.com/photos/29418416@N08/48827678903/ Author | Studio Incendo This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license. | You are free: to share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work to remix – to adapt the workUnder the following conditions: attribution – You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.
The triumphant homecoming of Huawei's CFO. Microsoft describes the FoggyWeb backdoor, a significant cyberespionage tool. Kaspersky looks at the BloodyStealer Trojan and finds it especially risky to gamers. A novel approach to distributed denial-of-service. Apple looks into those iPhone zero-days. Joe Carrigan looks at the latest offerings in passwordless authentication. Our guest is Mathieu Gorge of VigiTrust on how law enforcement and executives can work together to fight cyber threats. And a look at doings in cybercrime: the US arrests more than thirty members of the Black Axe gang, a Russian convict is deported back to face Russian justice, and a blockchain maven pleads guilty to helping Pyongyang. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/187
After spending more than a 1,000 days in Chinese detention, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor arrived back in Canada on Saturday. Just hours earlier, Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, who was arrested in Vancouver's airport in 2018 on charges related to violating U.S. sanctions, returned to China after a deal was reached with U.S. prosecutors. These events signal a swift and dramatic end to what has been a tumultuous time for Canada and China's relationship.Yves Tiberghien, a political science professor at the University of British Columbia, explains the details of the deal, why he thinks it left Canada looking admirable on the world stage, and why China's history made Meng's return to China strike such a chord with the Chinese public.
John Kiriakou, journalist, author and host of The Back Story, joins us to discuss Julian Assange. Numerous reports are surfacing about Mike Pompeo's fury towards Julian Assange and his apparent disregard for the law. According to CIA sources, the Mike Pompeo-led CIA considered kidnapping and murdering Julian Assange, and seemed unconcerned about overt violations of law.Michelle Witte, co-host of Political Misfits, joins us to discuss German election results. German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party lost to the Social Democrats in a German electoral close call. The leader of the Social Democrats has stated that a strong EU is his main priority. David Schultz, author and professor of political science and law at Hamline University, joins us to discuss US legal issues. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has filed an appeal arguing that his conviction was invalid due to many issues. Also, the conservative US Supreme Court is facing great scrutiny as divisive issues, such as gun rights and abortion, hit the docket for 2022.K. J. Noh, peace activist, writer, and teacher, joins us to discuss China. Huawei executive Weng Manzhou has been released from Canada and received a hero's welcome in Beijing upon her arrival. China is spinning this as a victory, and the US seems to be on radio silence about the issue. China also released a pair of Canadian businessmen, apparently as part of the agreement for dropping the charges against her.Robert Fantina, journalist and Palestine activist, joins us to discuss Israel. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said that he intends to take Israel to the International Criminal Court for illegal settlements. His move is a result of the one-year deadline that he presented in 2020 for Israel to abandon Jerusalem settlements and retreat to the 1967 borders.Obi Egbuna, activist, and US Rep for The Zimbabwean Newspapers, joins us to discuss Africa. The US empire has a long-running sanctions program in Africa including more countries than any other continent. International observers are calling for the empire to remove its African sanctions, beginning with Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe sanctions have been ongoing for 20 years.Laith Marouf, broadcaster and journalist based in Beirut, joins us to discuss Syria. A recent count of casualties in Syria shows that a minimum of 350,000 persons have been killed since the US Empire and its allies attacked the country. Also, Russian airstrikes hit a rebel base near Afrin as Russian and Turkish leaders prepare to meet.Dan Kovalik, writer, author, and lawyer, joins us to discuss Nicaragua. Warhawks and imperialists in Congress are preparing another round of economic attacks on Nicaragua as the small Latin nation prepares for its elections. The US hawks refuse to allow political independence in the Global South, and this move comes as the leaders of these nations work to start a new group and overcome the constant attacks by the OAS and other US tools of regime change.
The return to China of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in an apparent exchange for two detained Canadians offers clues into the evolution of US-China relations — one that may require uncomfortable compromises. And four weeks after the US left Afghanistan, America and its allies are still keeping a close eye on the country, with counterterrorism and national security top of mind. How will the US gather intelligence in Afghanistan without being there? Also, most young people in South Sudan have faced conflict and displacement their entire lives. The Baobab House, an art gallery in the capital, Juba, offers young people the chance to use music as a form of social healing.
Guests: Joanna Chiu and Jeremy Nuttall, Toronto Star reporters covering Canada-China relations After nearly three years, Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig, have been freed from Chinese detention. With their release coming in lockstep with the resolution of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's legal case, many former diplomats and analysts say the ordeal was clear evidence of ‘hostage diplomacy.' Joanna Chiu, Toronto Star's Canada-China politics reporter and author of the book China Unbound, and Jeremy Nuttall, investigative reporter for the Toronto Star, join “This Matters” to discuss.
Hoy en Día a Día, comenzamos conversando con Ivo Hernández, profesor de Estudios Internacionales en la Universidad de Münster, sobre las elecciones en Alemania: “La votación quedó repartida de forma homogénea entre dos partidos grandes: los socialdemócratas de Scholz con el 25,7% y los demócratas cristianos el 24,1%”, dijo, y explicó: “Van a tener que buscar la coalición con los otros dos partidos para lograr el 50%”, por lo que “Puede venir un gobierno Jamaica – negro, verde y amarillo – o un gobierno semáforo, con rojo, verde y amarillo”. El periodista de Tele 13, José Alejandro Aristimuño, nos habló sobre las consecuencias del desalojo de migrantes de la Plaza Brasil en Iquique, Chile: “Después del desalojo se hace esta marcha anti inmigrantes. Se quemaron las carpas, colchones e incluso coches de bebés en ese lugar, sin importar quiénes pudieran estar allí… El Estado chileno ha condenado la violencia, pero no ha hecho nada para estabilizar la situación”, contó. Desde Ciudad de México nos atendió el corresponsal de TVV, Juan Carlos Aguirre, para hablarnos sobre el proceso de negociaciones entre el gobierno y la oposición venezolana: “Para hoy a las 9am se tiene previsto que llegue la delegación de Nicolás Maduro al Hotel Sofitel, que es donde se realizarán las reuniones con la Plataforma Unitaria”, dijo, y añadió: “Se le preguntó a Jorge Rodríguez qué iba a pasar la exigencia de que Alex Saab forme parte activa de la mesa de negociación, y dijo que Saab es miembro pleno de esta mesa”. La periodista de The Guardian, Alexandra Villarreal, conversó con nosotros sobre la situación migratoria en Texas: “Esta historia tiene dos partes: tenemos a los que se les ha permitido quedarse en EE.UU y han ido a ciudades que les resultan más económicas, pero la otra parte es la de la gran mayoría, quienes fueron deportados hacia Haití”. A propósito del inicio de la campaña electoral en Nicaragua para los comicios del 7 de noviembre, conversamos con Maynor Salazar, periodista de investigación en Divergentes: “En Nicaragua hay una mayor preocupación por lo que está ocurriendo con la pandemia que por el inicio de las campañas electorales… El nicaragüense no está interesado, porque también los partidos políticos que están compitiendo no son populares e incluso algunos no son conocidos”, dijo, y agregó: “Al tener Ortega el control total de todas las instituciones del Estado, los nicaragüenses están conscientes de que se aproxima un fraude electoral”. Y para cerrar, el periodista experto en temas asiáticos, Isidre Ambrós, nos habló sobre el intercambio de “prisioneros” entre China, EE.UU y Canadá: “Todo fue a partir de la tecnología 5G para los celulares… Primero Washington prohibió a sus empresas que facilitaran productos a Huawei”, recordó. “Ambos canadienses fueron detenidos por las autoridades chinas entre 8 y 10 días después de que Canadá detuviera a la alta directiva de Huawei en Vancouver, y los acusaron a ambos de espionaje”, explicó.
A new report from McKinsey & Company and Lean In on the state of women in the workplace says burnout among women in corporate America has gotten even worse since last year, but there’s a silver lining in the data. We speak with China correspondent Jennifer Pak about Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, who is returning to China after an extradition battle with the U.S. over Iran sanction violations. The 74th Tony Awards on Sunday night was a signal that Broadway productions are starting to open back up.
A new report from McKinsey & Company and Lean In on the state of women in the workplace says burnout among women in corporate America has gotten even worse since last year, but there’s a silver lining in the data. We speak with China correspondent Jennifer Pak about Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, who is returning to China after an extradition battle with the U.S. over Iran sanction violations. The 74th Tony Awards on Sunday night was a signal that Broadway productions are starting to open back up.
In Episode 212 of Hidden Forces, Demetri Kofinas speaks with telecom industry veteran and author of “Wireless Wars,” Jon Pelson, about how American companies invented cellular technology, transferred that technology to China, and then sat by and watched as their Chinese competitors drove them out of business. He shares stories from the executives and scientists who built the industry, as well as those of Western politicians, businesspeople, and members of the military who cooperated with and in some cases actively aided the Chinese government and its state champions in their efforts to overtake and crush their western competitors. The first part of today's conversation is spent familiarizing listeners with 5G technology, how it works, and why it's important to the future of automation, commerce, and national security. Pelson also goes into some of the details around technology transfers, the rise of Huawei, and the relationship between the Chinese telecommunications industry and the CCP. The episode Overtime focuses mainly on how China uses our weaknesses against us, corrupting public officials and top corporate executives in their effort to overtake American companies in key industries that the Chinese Communist Party deems vital for its national security and global ambitions. Jon also explains how the United States can fight back, turning those same weaknesses into strengths by leveraging a culture of permissionless innovation to retake the lead in global telecommunications and related industries that are vital for the long-term competitiveness of American industry & national security. You can access the second part of this episode, as well as the transcript and rundown to this week's conversation through the Hidden Forces Patreon Page. All subscribers gain access to our premium feed, which can be easily added to your favorite podcast application. If you enjoyed listening to today's episode of Hidden Forces you can help support the show by doing the following: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | CastBox | RSS Feed Write us a review on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to our mailing list through the Hidden Forces Website Producer & Host: Demetri Kofinas Editor & Engineer: Stylianos Nicolaou Subscribe & Support the Podcast at https://patreon.com/hiddenforces Join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @hiddenforcespod Follow Demetri on Twitter at @Kofinas Episode Recorded on 09/20/2021
Huawei's Meng Wanzhou flew into Shenzhen -- hours after two Canadians freed by China also returned home. Also today: Germans go to the polls to elect Angela Merkel's successor; Kabul's schoolgirls demand a return to class; and Britain performs a Brexit u-turn to attract more lorry drivers.
Two Canadians accused of espionage, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, have been released by China, on the same day as the Canadian authorities released Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou. We ask what this means for relations between the countries, and hear from Michael Spavor's friend Chad O'Carroll about his arrest and detention. Also in the programme: the latest from the ongoing volcanic eruption in La Palma, and a look ahead at the German elections. (Photo: Huawei Technologies Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou at Shenzhen airport. Credit: Jin Liwang/Xinhua via REUTERS)
Seit drei Jahren sass die Huawei-Finanzchefin Meng in Kanada in Hausarrest. Nun konnte die Chinesein dank eines Deals mit der US-Justiz ausreisen. Das Gegengeschäft: Peking hat zwei Kanadier freigelassen, die wegen Spionage verurteilt worden waren. Weitere Themen: (01:17) Huawei-Finanzchefin ist wieder frei und zurück in China (10:04) SBB - «too big to fail» (14:52) Deutschland - ein Tag vor der Richtungswahl (22:59) Zerstrittene Labour-Partei sucht nach klarem Kurs
In a sudden conclusion to a tense diplomatic and legal standoff between the United States, China and Canada, the Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou is flying back home after three years under house arrest in Canada. In return, China has released Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor -- two Canadians it had imprisoned on espionage charges. Also on the programme, Newshour's Tim Franks joins us live from Germany on the eve of elections for a new parliament and new chancellor; and will Switzerland become one of the last countries in Europe to approve same sex marriage? (Photo: Meng Wanzhou speaks to the press before leaving Canada; EPA/BOB FRID)
The senior Huawei executive, Meng Wanzhou, is expected to return home to China under a deal with US prosecutors; Mixed reaction to plans to hold the football world cup every two years? and a Kenyan policeman is re-instated after being fired for failing to turn up for work - whilst in a coma.
There are two days to go until the elections to choose Angela Merkel's replacement in Germany and climate change is top of voters' concerns. So how is that affecting the campaign? Also in the programme, US prosecutors reach a deal with senior Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou allowing her to return home to China nearly three years after she was arrested in Canada. Haitian migrants continue to head for the US despite the forcible deportation of others. A special report from Poland looks at allegations that border guards are pushing migrants back into Belarus. (Picture shows Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg at the Fridays For Future global climate action day in Berlin, Germany on 24 September 2021. Credit: EPA/FILIP SINGER)
Kai-Fu Lee is one of the world's leading AI experts and a bestselling author. He founded Microsoft Asia's research lab that has trained CTOs and AI heads at Baidu, Tencent, Alibaba and Huawei. As President of Google China he helped establish the company in the Chinese market. And now, as CEO of Sinovation Ventures, he is investing in China's high-tech sector, giving him a unique perspective on how AI is set to change our world over the next 20 years. On September 22 Lee came to Intelligence Squared to explain how AI is at an inflection point and urged us to wake up to its radiant possibilities as well as to the existential threats it poses to life as we know it. In conversation with Kamal Ahmed, former Editorial Director of the BBC, he discussed his new work of ‘scientific fiction', AI 2041, co-authored with the celebrated novelist Chen Qiufan. The book offers up eye-opening scenarios of our techno-future – from a teenage girl's rebellion when AI gets in the way of romance to a rogue quantum computer scientist's revenge plot that imperils the world. To buy his new book AI 2041 with the Intelligence Squared discount click here: https://www.primrosehillbooks.com/product/ai-2041-ten-visions-for-our-future-kai-fu-lee-chen-qiufan/ Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/intelligencesquared. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week's show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week's security news, including: BlackMatter is back in the USA's critical supply chain The FBI and friends apparently got up in REvil's business The Azure OMI thing is totally the disaster we were expecting Much, much more Brett Winterford is this week's sponsor guest. These days Brett is a senior director of cybersecurity strategy at Okta, but the reason you might recognise his name is because he took a year off working for vendors to be our newsletter author – he was the founding editor of the Seriously Risky Business newsletter. He'll be along to talk about legacy auth and why vendors should have deprecation policies. Links to everything that we discussed are below and you can follow Patrick or Adam on Twitter if that's your thing. Show notes Ransomware gang strikes Iowa agriculture business New Cooperative, the latest hack on food supply chain After Biden Warning, Hackers Define ‘Critical' as They See Fit - Bloomberg Customer Care Giant TTEC Hit By Ransomware – Krebs on Security Opinion | America Is Being Held for Ransom. It Needs to Fight Back. - The New York Times (4) Patrick Gray on Twitter: "Achievement unlocked: The Risky Biz release the hounds doctrine has now been condemned by gg. https://t.co/6W9uHwHLyl" / Twitter FBI held back ransomware decryption key from businesses to run operation targeting hackers - The Washington Post Biden administration to target ransomware attacks by cracking down on crypto payments - The Washington Post The battle between the U.S. and ransomware hackers is escalating DDoS botnets, cryptominers target Azure systems after OMIGOD exploit goes public - The Record by Recorded Future Microsoft fixes OMIGOD bugs in secret Azure app - The Record by Recorded Future Why Government and Military Sites Are Hosting Porn and Viagra Ads Report: China-linked hackers take aim at Times of India and a biometric bonanza - The Record by Recorded Future (5) Andrew Roth on Twitter: "Apple and Google have deleted the @navalny app from their store as Duma elections begin, bowing to pressure from the government. Russians can't find the app in their store, it still works outside of country. https://t.co/CtTf0ZushW" / Twitter Exclusive: An American Company Fears Its Windows Hacks Helped India Spy On China And Pakistan Former NSA Hacker Describes Being Recruited for UAE Spy Program - by Kim Zetter - Zero Day Key security agencies split over whether to sanction a Huawei spinoff, Honor, by placing it on a Commerce blacklist - The Washington Post 106 Italian mafia members arrested for SIM swapping, BEC scams, phishing - The Record by Recorded Future Man who bribed AT&T employees to install malware on the company's network gets 12 years in prison - The Record by Recorded Future Supply chain attacks against the open source ecosystem soar by 650% – report | The Daily Swig Google announces partnership to review security of open source software projects | The Daily Swig Researcher discloses iPhone lock screen bypass on iOS 15 launch day - The Record by Recorded Future Google will extend Permission Auto-Reset feature to older Android versions - The Record by Recorded Future Malware samples found trying to hack Windows from its Linux subsystem - The Record by Recorded Future AMD CPU driver bug can break KASLR, expose passwords - The Record by Recorded Future Microsoft to let users completely remove account passwords and go passwordless - The Record by Recorded Future Auditing your Okta org for Legacy Authentication | Okta Security