The Catholic Civil Rights League is concerned that Bill C-11, the federal government’s proposed online broadcasting law, could limit Catholic freedom of expression on issues that could clash with federal policies. The League’s executive director, Christian Elia, pointed in particular to Catholics with pro-life views, which run counter to theRead More →

MADISON, Wis. — Regardless of the score of the Packers vs. Titans game on Thursday, many fans were disappointed because being on Amazon Prime they weren’t able to watch it in the first place. The lack of broadband in homes, bars and other places in the state is something theRead More →

Cook County’s second installment property tax bills have been posted to, where the bills can be viewed, downloaded and paid at no additional charge. “My office finally got the numbers to print 1.8 million property tax bills,” said Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas. “We have posted invoices online toRead More →

A new study developed a new theory that the brain’s claustrum behaves less like the “seat of consciousness” as previously thought, and more like an Internet router, receiving and broadcasting signals for complex cognitive tasks. The study is published in Trends in cognitive science. Explore the function of the cloisterRead More →

Everyone benefits from the filters of rigor, excellence and trust that scholarly journals should offer. We all need information filters. In scholarly communication, journals, scientific forums, search engines, citation indexes, social media channels, and a scientist’s network of colleagues function as lenses to sift through research results. Some lenses provideRead More →

Genevieve Schrage, 96, of Waverly, Iowa, died November 2, 2022 at Shell Rock Healthcare Center in Shell Rock. She was born on December 14, 1925 in Readlyn, IA. She was the daughter of Louis Frank and Lila Marie (Summer) Maurer. Geneviève attended Maxfield #1, new Readlyn, until fourth grade. ThenRead More →

New pictures of Catherine, Princess of Waleswowed the internet, with fans describing her as “stunning” amid a major announcement. The Princess attended the Rugby World Cup quarter-final England v Papua New Guinea in Wigan, UK, on ​​November 5 – the first match she has attended since replacing Prince Harry asRead More →

Funding for the grant will come from USDA’s ReConnect program. The initiative offers both loans and grants to facilitate better broadband service in rural areas. (Stock) The nonprofit Native society responsible for health and social services for much of interior Alaska will receive US$30.3 million to help develop high-speed internetRead More →

A teenager has been charged with the murder of a student in Manchester. Luke O’Connor was fatally stabbed in Fallowfield in the early hours of Wednesday morning. The 19-year-old has been described as “a bubbly, lively and handsome lad”. Now police have charged Shiloh George Pottinger, 19, of Fallowfield, withRead More →

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Sanctuary Advisory Council Vice Chairman Ben Daughtry, left, and Chairman George Garrett outline potential discussion mechanisms for the two-day meeting in December. ALEX RICKERT / Weekly Keys The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council (SAC) has a daunting task looming at its two-day—for now—December meeting: submit a comprehensive recommendationRead More →

PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Regulatory news: CARMAT (FR0010907956, ALCAR), designer and developer of the most advanced total artificial heart in the world, aiming to meet an unmet medical need by offering a therapeutic alternative to people with end-stage biventricular heart failure, announces the publication of 3 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals. The articlesRead More →

High Impact Medical Journals 50 million healthcare professionals rely on BMJ publications to improve their clinical knowledge BMJ publishes over 70 health sciences titles. From pain medicine to cardiology and from pediatrics to neurology, more than 50 million healthcare professionals and researchers rely on BMJ publications each year to improveRead More →

Two journalists based in Delta State have been arraigned in a Magistrate’s Court sitting in Asaba on charges of defamation. The two journalists, Joe Ogbodu, editor of BIGPEN Online, and Prince Amour Udemude, an investigative journalist, took a new turn on Wednesday with Udemude telling the court how he wasRead More →

Although many industry players are predicting the impending demise of cable, linear television providers continue to hang on. Older viewers still prefer linear TV over streaming, especially for watching live sports. However, fewer and fewer homes in the United States are using linear methods to access television. According to aRead More →

We want to mark the end of another week that has special meaning for us, and we think it should for you too. National Newspaper Week ends today (Saturday, October 8). This is the 82nd annual seven-day celebration dedicated to celebrating newspapers and the people in the United States andRead More →

Customers of the Community Assistance Center view artwork up for auction at a Vintage Affair pre-pandemic fundraiser. (Submitted) The Community Assistance Center (CAC) returns to an in-person event for its 20e Vintage Affair’s annual Oktoberfest-themed fundraiser on Saturday, October 22 at Mercedes-Benz headquarters in the United States. This evening ofRead More →

Opinion LGW Hub Education and skills Destination support Gratitude journals have become extremely popular with many therapists, coaches, and psychologists who have discussed them with their clients. Sometimes called “counting your blessings” or “three good things,” it involves writing down at least three things you are grateful for on aRead More →

DR. AIJAZ HASSAN GANIE A In the last week of December three publishing giants – Elsevier, Wiley and American Chemical Society filed a lawsuit in the Delhi High Court for blocking Sci-Hub and Libgen in India. The case against Sci-Hub and Libgen, two open-access publications, could mean the end ofRead More →

New Delhi: Over-The-Top (OTT) players such as WhatsApp, Zoom, Google Duo, which provide calling and messaging services, may fall under telecommunications services which require licenses to operate in India. This comes after the government proposed to expand the definition of telecommunications services to include over-the-top (OTT) communication services, internet-based communicationRead More →

Key West officials have approved an offshore barrier to redirect algae accumulating on South Beach, posing a health threat and harming nearby businesses. CONTRIBUTED Key West’s South Beach may be swimmable again, with no piles of seaweed or sargassum, and the accompanying stench of its decay posing a health hazardRead More →

A Parsippany-based company has purchased four weeklies in Massachusetts, bringing total local news acquisitions since 2020 to 71 newspapers in twelve states. CherryRoad Media entered the news business in late 2021. It is led by Jeremy Gulban, a 47-year-old Denville resident and unaffiliated voter who is also the CEO ofRead More →

Breadcrumb Links MoneyWise Canada future money Company $1,000 for a Barbie doll? Savvy sellers take advantage of Queen’s death Author of the article: Sean Gallup/Getty Images Content of the article As thousands of mourners flooded the doors of royal residences across the UK with flowers and cards following the deathRead More →

The Liberals’ bill to regulate internet content would constitute government interference in the daily lives of Canadians, says a former CRTC commissioner, who called the scope of Bill C-11 “absurd” and ‘taking power over human communications’. “We oppose C-11 because it embodies a fundamentally illiberal idea of ​​communications, because itRead More →

JThree medical journals have launched investigations into articles published by Temple University researchers following allegations of data manipulation, Reuters reports today (13 September). The studies, most of which were supervised by cardiovascular scientists Abdel Karim Sabriare already the subject of a misconduct investigation launched by Temple in late 2020 atRead More →

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New rules to ban content ‘endangering social morality, disturbing social order, undermining social stability’ The China Television System Television Production Building (Wikimedia Commons) Posted: Sep 12, 2022 10:38 GMT Updated: September 12, 2022 at 10:40 GMT Communist China is moving forward to adopt new regulations for radio, television and onlineRead More →

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has denied claims by Nollywood actress Helena Duru that her agents assaulted the actress during a raid. Helena on Saturday accused some officers of the Economic and Financial Commission of breaking into her home and physically assaulting her in Enugu State. The actress sharedRead More →

A government discussion group study of Canadians’ opinions on upcoming internal regulations revealed that most people are not comfortable with the Trudeau government determining what viewers should be able to see online. According to Blacklock’s Reporter, when asked about Bill C-11, which proposes to change the Broadcasting Act and regulatingRead More →

Photo provided High speed internet is coming to Neyaashiinigmiing. Political representatives from all levels were on hand today to announce a project underway in partnership with the provincial government, the federal government and the Southwestern Integrated Fiber Technology (SWIFT) project. They say nearly 300 families, farms and businesses willRead More →

After the relaunch last year of Claddagh Recordsthanks to the signing of a worldwide licensing agreement with Universal Music Ireland, and the landmark release Chronicles: 60 Year of The Chieftains, comes another singular release: Bear’s Sonic Journals: The Foxhunt, The Chieftains Live in San Francisco 1973 & 1976. This unreleasedRead More →

After last year’s relaunch of Claddagh Recordsthanks to the signing of a worldwide licensing agreement with Universal Music Ireland, and the flagship release Chronicles: 60 years of the Chieftainscomes another singular version: Bear’s Sonic Journals: The Foxhunt, The Chieftains Live in San Francisco 1973 & 1976. This unreleased project fromRead More →

By Travis Fain, WRAL State Government Reporter Feminist icon Gloria Steinem will address state employees Tuesday in a virtual event, according to the North Carolina State Office of Human Resources. Department of State Administration Secretary Pamela Cashwell will interview Steinem for the 1.5-hour webinar, which will be broadcast online fromRead More →

Kathryn Norris of the local organization Women’s March is donating $500 to the Key West Police Love Fund in appreciation for all the work the police do to help her organization with parades and marches. CONTRIBUTED In 2006, the sudden death of Key West Police Detective John Piskator left hisRead More →

The article linked below was recently published by Scientific edition. Title Mapping the Variety, Reach, and Impact of Open Access Diamond Journals Across Various Disciplines and Regions: A Survey-Based Observational Study Author Korean Council of Science Writers Source Scientific Edition (Sci Ed) 2022; 9(2): 120-135 DO I: 10.6087/kcse.277 Summary ObjectiveRead More →

The article linked below was recently published by Scientific edition. Title Mapping the Variety, Reach, and Impact of Open Access Diamond Journals Across Various Disciplines and Regions: A Survey-Based Observational Study Author Korean Council of Science Writers Source Scientific Edition (Sci Ed) 2022; 9(2): 120-135 DO I: 10.6087/kcse.277 Summary ObjectiveRead More →