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  1. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A partial U.S. government shutdown over President Donald Trump’s demand for $5.7 billion to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border entered its 22nd day on Saturday, making it the longest shuttering of federal agencies in U.S. history, with no end in sight. PHOTO: A sign the reads "Federal employees all day happy hour" is displayed at a local bar as the partial U.S. government shutdown enters its third week in Washington, U.S., January 11, 2019. Trump, holed up in the White House with Congress adjourned for the weekend, warned of a much lengthier impasse and blamed the Democrats. “We will be out for a long time unless the Democrats come back from their ‘vacations’ and get back to work,” he tweeted. Democrats say Trump shut the government in a “temper tantrum” by refusing to sign bipartisan funding legislation last year that did not include money for his wall. The closure, which began on Dec. 22, broke a decades-old record by a 1995-1996 shutdown under former President Bill Clinton that lasted 21 days. Federal workers affected missed their first paychecks on Friday, heightening concerns about mounting financial pressures on employees, including air traffic controllers and airport security officials who continue to work without pay. Roughly 800,000 federal workers did not receive paychecks that would have gone out on Friday. Some have resorted to selling their possessions or posting appeals on online fundraising sites to help pay their bills. Miami International Airport said it will close one of its terminals early over the next several days due to a possible shortage of security screeners, who have been calling in sick at twice the normal rate. A union that represents thousands of air traffic controllers sued the Federal Aviation Administration on Friday, saying it had violated federal wage law by failing to pay workers. It is at least the third lawsuit filed by unions on behalf of unpaid workers. The head of the U.S. Secret Service, which is responsible for protecting Trump, has warned employees that financial stress can lead to depression and anxiety. “Keep an eye out for warning signs of trouble,” Director R.D. “Tex” Alles wrote in a memo seen by Reuters. The Transportation Security Administration, responsible for airport security screening, said its rate of unscheduled absences rose to 5.6 percent on Saturday from 3.3 percent a year ago but that security standards have not been compromised. The Federal Aviation Administration, which oversees air traffic controllers, said on Saturday it had seen no unusual rates of sick leave among its air traffic controllers and no disruptions to air traffic control operations. To support its workforce, TSA said it was processing pay for employees who worked on the first day of the shutdown and announced $500 bonuses for uniformed screening officers. Trump is considering a possible national emergency declaration that would end the shutdown and allow him to obtain his wall funding by circumventing Congress. But on Friday, he said he would not take such a step “right now”. “Democrats should come back to Washington and work to end the Shutdown, while at the same time ending the horrible humanitarian crisis at our Southern Border. I am in the White House waiting for you!” he tweeted. Trump also urged his 57.2 million Twitter followers to contact Democratic lawmakers and “Tell them to get it done!” Democrats, who call a wall an ineffective, outdated answer to a complex problem, have passed several bills in the House of Representatives to reopen the government without funding for Trump’s barrier. But the legislation has been ignored by the Republican-controlled Senate. Trump originally pledged Mexico would pay for the wall, which he says is needed to stem the flow of illegal immigrants and drugs. But Mexico has refused. U.S. government departments including the Treasury, Energy, Commerce and State departments, shut down when funding lapsed on Dec. 22. Funding for other portions of the government, including the Department of Defense and Congress, was approved, allowing them to continue regular operations. Trump has repeatedly described the situation at the Mexico border as a “humanitarian crisis” as speculation has increased this week that he would circumvent Congress to begin building his signature wall - a move that would be sure to draw a court challenge from Democrats who say the barrier would be barbaric and ineffective. Instead, the president urged lawmakers to provide him the $5.7 billion he is seeking for border security. A national emergency would allow Trump to divert money from other projects to pay for the wall, which was a central promise of his 2016 campaign. That, in turn, could prompt him to sign bills that restore funding to agencies that have been affected by the shutdown. Source
  2. Canadian sniper sets world record with 2.2-mile pickoff of ISIS fighter A Canadian sniper set what appears to be a record, picking off an ISIS fighter from some 2.2 miles away, and disrupting a potentially deadly operation by the terror group in Iraq. Shooting experts say the fatal shot at a world-record distance of 11,316 feet underscores how stunningly sophisticated military snipers are becoming. The feat, pulled off by a special forces sniper from Canada’s Joint Task Force 2, smashed the previous distance record for successful sniper shots by some 3,280 feet, a record set by a British sniper. “ ... the true challenge here was being able to calculate the actual wind speed and direction all the way to the target.” - Ryan Cleckner, former U.S. Army Ranger sniper "The Canadian Special Operations Command can confirm that a member of the Joint Task Force 2 successfully hit a target from 3,540 metres [2.2 miles]," the Canadian military said in a statement. While officials would not say where the shot took place, the statement noted the command "provides its expertise to Iraqi security force to detect, identify and defeat Daesh activities from well behind the Iraqi security force front line in Mosul." The new record was set using a McMillan TAC-50, a .50-caliber weapon and the largest shoulder-fired firearm in existence. Ryan Cleckner, a former U.S. Army Ranger sniper who served two tours of duty in Afghanistan and wrote the authoritative “Long Range Shooting Handbook,” called the feat an “incredible” accomplishment, one that owes as much if not more to the spotter’s expertise than the shooter's skill. “The spotter would have had to successfully calculate five factors: distance, wind, atmospheric conditions and the speed of the earth’s rotation at their latitude,” Cleckner told Fox News. “Because wind speed and direction would vary over the two miles the bullet traveled, the true challenge here was being able to calculate the actual wind speed and direction all the way to the target.” Atmospheric conditions also would have posed a huge challenge for the spotter. “To get the atmospheric conditions just right, the spotter would have had to understand the temperature, humidity and barometric pressure of the air the round had to travel through. Cleckner said that while the ammunition that Canadian special forces use in the TAC-50 is “off-the-charts powerful,” with some 13,000 foot-pounds of force when it comes out of the muzzle, the speed of a bullet, a 750-grain Hornady round, is not as important as the aerodynamic efficiency of the bullet. “The key to having a sniper round travel that far and hit a small target has less to do with speed and more to do with the efficiency with which the projectile moves through the air,” he said. That’s because while sniper bullets exit the muzzle at several times the speed of sound they eventually slow down to less than the speed of sound, and at that point they become less stable. An efficiently designed bullet reduces that instability, he explained. Dennis Santiago, California-based firearms expert and instructor, said the partnership between the spotter and the shooter is critical. "Equipment is just a starting point. The shooter on a military team will surely be skilled enough to hold hard on the 'aimpoint' and fire the shot accurately," he told Fox News. "The spotter member of the sniper team is responsible for telling the shooter the precise moment the atmospherics align with the calculations they've made. When it comes together, it's 'mission accomplished'." Source There are some differences in what is being reported concerning the actual bullet used for this. This article has additional information and suggests a different bullet may have been used. The Keefe Report: Canadian Sniper's Longest Shot by Mark Keefe - Thursday, June 22, 2017 More SUBSCRIBE The Canadian C15 LRSW made an appearance in the movie "Hyena Road." Top image courtesyimfdb.org.Marksmanship matters. And a record was set this week in military marksmanship. Already well known for the excellence of its snipers—who work in pairs—a Canadian sniper in Afghanistan has set a new world record for the longest shot—a shot fired at 3,450 meters or 11,300 feet. That is 2.14 miles or 3,766 yards. It was remarkable for many reasons, one of which was it took about 10 seconds from the moment of firing for the bullet to impact the target—an ISIS fighter. The shot replaced British sniper Craig Harrison's 2,675 meter hit on a Talban machine gunner in 2009. Harrison, a Corporal of Horse in the Blues and Royals, used an Accuracy International rifle chambered in .338 Lapua adopted by the British as the L96A1. The Special Forces soldier in the news reports was a member of Canada's Joint Task Force 2, which "protects the Canadian national interest in combat terrorism at home and abroad." The Globe and Mail reported "the shot in question actually disrupted an [Islamic State] attack on Iraqi security forces." While American military snipers shooting .50 BMG typically use the Barrett M107, the Canadians prefer bolt-actions for long-range sniping work. The rifle used by the JTF2 sniper is a variant of the McMillan TAC-50 adopted by the Canadians as the C15 Long Range Sniper Weapon (LRSW). This is a 26-lb. bolt-action 50 BMG rifle built for the Canadian Armed Forces by McMillan Firearms Mfg.in Arizona. Of course, it has a McMillan fiberglass stock with a pistol grip, an adjustable comb and can be broken down for transport. The C15 is chambered in .50 BMG and is built with a proprietary McMillan action with a fluted, two-lug bolt, and feeds from a five-round capacity detachable box magazine. Barrels for the TAC-50 are made by Lilja Precision, and the 39” tubes are hand lapped. It is unknown whether the JTF2 sniper was using a Leupold Mark 4 4-16X 40 mm LR/T M1 or the newer Schmidt & Bender 5–25X 56 mm PM/IILP. Likely the round used was the Mark 211 Model 0, which is a 671-gr. armor piercing round that has a tungsten-carbide penetrator. Known as the Raufoss for the ammunition maker in Raufoss, Norway, that developed the projectile, it is favored by Western snipers shooting .50 BMG. This round was used by Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry sniper Rob Furlong in his previous record breaking shot in Shahi Kot Province in 2002, which was 2,675 yards or 1.51 miles. Major John L. Plaster, USAR, (Ret.) has written about sniping in Afghanistan, and the conditions faced by Allied snipers. Training and technology have made such shots possible. Again, Maj. Plaster wrote about the kinds of ballistic software used in the field by elite snipers. Ever heard of Coriolis Effect? More details will no doubt emerge, but this remains an impressive feat of military marksmanship. Source
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  6. Peter Sunde Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde may have thought he'd left the notorious site behind, but the legal system has other plans. The Helsinki District Court has just ordered him to pay $395,000 to record labels including Sony, Universal, Warner and EMI, after their content was shared illegally via the platform. Content creators and distributors are some of The Pirate Bay’s most vocal critics, describing the platform as a piracy haven that deprives artists of their income. However, in recent times criticism of the site has expanded to include one of the site’s founding members. Peter Sunde, aka brokep, is one of the most recognizable people in the file-sharing space yet he has openly called for the site to die, deriding it as a shadow of its former self. But far from being able to leave the site behind as he physically did many years ago, Sunde – who has both Finnish and Norwegian ancestry – now finds himself in the midst of a new Pirate Bay related problem. Following a ruling from the Helsinki District Court, the 37-year-old has been ordered to pay several major record labels around $395,000 (350,000 euros). Sony Music Entertainment Finland, Universal Music, Warner Music, and EMI Finland sued Sunde claiming that the music of 60 of their artists has been shared illegally through The Pirate Bay. Earlier court action means that Pirate Bay is blocked by Finnish service providers including TeliaSonera and Elisa but of course, this made no difference to the site’s operations. Finland’s DigiToday reports that there is no accusation that Sunde shared anything himself but the lawsuit from the record labels held him responsible. Sunde did not appear in Helsinki to defend himself so the Court handed down a default judgment. He is now ordered to pay the full amount plus costs of around $62,000 (55,000 euros) to the local branch of IFPI. He also faces a fine of one million euros if the content continues to be shared via The Pirate Bay but how he is supposed to do anything about that isn’t clear. Sunde and Pirate Bay co-founders Fredrik Neij and Gottfrid Svartholm owe large sums of money to copyright holders following adverse decisions in cases dating back years. None of those judgments have been satisfied and there’s no reason to believe this one will be any different. Article source
  7. Google Silently Records The Conversations People Have Around Their Phones Google voice search records and keeps the conversations people have around their phones but files can be deleted. After reporting that Facebook listening was listening to your smartphone conversations, how can we leave Google behind. In fact, you can listen to everything that you have said around Google for years, as it has the record of the same. Many of the conversations that people have around the search giant products are quietly recorded by the company. The feature apparently not only allows Google to enhance its language recognition tools, as it lets people search with their voice, but also improve the results that it provides to the people. Also, it offers a simple way to listen and delete all of the information that it gathers. This is done through a special page that brings together the information that Google has on you. You need to go to the history page and look at the long list of recordings. The company has specific pages, one for audio and another for activity on the web. This will let you see everywhere Google has a record of you being on the internet. Introduced in June 2015, the new audio portal has been active for the last year. It means that it is now likely full of various things you have said, which you might have thought was said in private. The recordings can work as a type of diary, prompting you of the numerous places and situations that you and your phone have been in. On the other hand, it also serves as a reminder of just how much information is gathered about you, and how personal that information can be. If you have an Android phone, you will see more that can be activated at any time just by saying “OK, Google”. However, you may well also have recordings on there whatever devices you have interacted with Google using. You can listen through all of the recordings on the page. Also, you can see on the page is all the information about how the sound was recorded, whether it was through the Google app or elsewhere as well as any transcription of what was said if Google has turned it into text successfully. However, should you so wish to delete everything from there, then this should be possibly the most useful and least cringe inducing reason to visit the page. It can be done either by selecting specific recordings or deleting everything in one go. You can click the check box on the left to delete particular files and then move back to the top of the page and choose “delete”. You can press the “More” button to get rid of everything, choose “Delete options” and then “Advanced” and click through. The simplest way to stop Google from snooping on your voice is to turn off the virtual assistant and never to use voice search. However, the solution also gets at the vital problem of much privacy and data use today. By doing so, it cuts off one of the most valuable things about having an Android phone or using Google search. Source
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  10. Things were worse in 2014, but governments are trying to drag us down with sloppy security More than 700 million records were breached last year, according to security researchers at Gemalto. The firm's 2015 Breach Level report considered 1673 hacking incidents recorded during 2015, of which 964 were thanks to outsides and a whopping 398 thanks to bumbling staff and developers. Those figures are surprisingly smaller than 2014 with total pwnage falling by 39 percent and breach incidents by 3.4 percent, according to the company's 2014 report. Still, the figures equate to nearly two million lost or stolen records a day. Giant breaches including the Turkish Citizenship agency, Korea Pharmaceutical Information Center, and the Office of Personnel Management contributed a respective 50 million, 43 million, and 22 million records a piece, and making government the most prolific of leak sectors. Nation states were responsible for a total of 307 million breached records, ahead of healthcare with 84 million data sets compromised. Of this the Anthem breach contributed an eye-watering 78.8 million breached records. The United States remains as usual the largest target for attacks with some 1222 breaches recorded by the company. The UK comes in second with a measly 154 breaches, Canada with 59 incidents, and Australia with a paltry 42 publicly-recorded hacks and gaffes. The United Kingdom dominates the Europe wall of shame list with Germany in second spot sporting only 11 known breaches. Australia leads the Asia Pacific in the number of public breaches with New Zealand in second spot at 22 breaches last year. Gemalto says in its report [PDF] the figures are gathered from public sources across the web much like the pwned-password databases of record that have risen in recent years. Article source
  11. This could redefine what a second is. Physicists in Germany have built the most accurate timepiece on Earth, achieving unprecedented levels of accuracy with a new atomic clock that keeps time according to the movements of ytterbium ions. Called an optical single-ion clock, the device works by measuring the vibrational frequency of ytterbium ions as they oscillate back and forth hundreds of trillions times per second between two different energy levels. These ions are trapped within an 'optical lattice' of laser beams that allows scientists to count the number of ytterbium 'ticks' per second to measure time so accurately, the clock won’t lose or gain a second in several billion years. Until very recently, our most accurate time-keepers were caesium atomic clocks - devices that contain a 'pendulum' of atoms that are excited into resonance by microwave radiation. It's on these clocks that the official definition of the second - the Standard International (SI) unit of time - is based. According to the most accurate caesium atomic clock in the world, 1 second is the time that elapses during 9,192,631,770 cycles of the radiation produced by the transition between two levels of the caesium 133 atom. That might sound pretty good, but when it comes to defining time itself - the thing that governs literally everything we do in life - you can never be too accurate. As researchers around the world have been perfecting their optical atomic clocks, the need to redefine the second according to these devices rather than caesium atomic clocks has become more and more pertinent. And especially now - seeing as a team of atomic clock experts from Germany's Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) have built one that's no less than 100 times more accurate than the most accurate caesium atomic clocks. "It is regarded as certain that a future redefinition of the SI second will be based on an optical atomic clock," the team says. "These have a considerably higher excitation frequency (1E14 to 1E15 Hz), which makes them much more stable and more accurate than caesium clocks." Predicted back in the 1980s by Nobel Prize winning physicist, Hans G. Dehmelt, optical atomic clocks are basically laser traps for single ions or many neutral atoms. While a number of these clocks have been built in the past, the one constructed by the PTB team is the first to attain an accuracy level that, until now, had only been predicted in theory. If you want to get technical, that means it has a measurement uncertainty of 3 E-18. The team says that ytterbium - a soft, silvery chemical element - is the perfect type of ion for their clock, because it can transition between to states to give a clear and measurable 'tick'. "One of these transitions is based on the excitation into the so-called 'F state' which, due to its extremely long natural lifetime (approximately six years), provides exceptionally narrow resonance," the team reports. Just like the kilogram, which is currently undergoing a redefinition of its own, everything in the International System of Units is up for grabs if you've got a more accurate way to measure it. And really, that's about as fundamental as science gets. The results have been published in Physical Review Letters. http://www.sciencealert.com/physicists-have-broken-the-record-for-the-most-accurate-clock-ever-built
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    Cool Record Edit Deluxe 8.7.1

    Cool Record Edit Deluxe 8.7.1 Cool Record Edit Deluxe is designed to be a very easy and intuitive to use audio editing package. Within minutes you will be able to open or record a file and edit it. But if you take time to explore the other features you will find many powerful tools designed with the professional sound engineer in mind. Features: Included all the great features of Cool Record Edit Pro — and much more — with Cool Record Edit Deluxe!Tools include Audio File Merger. Easy-to-use tool to merge audio files in one large file.Tools include Audio CD Ripper. Copies music tracks from audio CD's and saves them as Ogg Vorbis, WAV and MP3 files. Free CDDB Supported.Tools include Audio CD Burner/Eraser. Create audio CDs from MP3 collection or WAV files.Change WMA metadata/WMA tags. Simple-to-use tag editor that allows you to change tagged information about your WMA music files.Website: http://www.coolrecordedit.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Eng Medicine: Serial Size: 15,48 Mb.
  18. Ashampoo Burning Studio 14.0.5 Portable Ashampoo Burning Studio - a new version of the program for recording CD-RW, DVD-RW, DVD RW and Blu-ray discs last line of the package. The utility allows you to create projects and record CD / DVD (including MP3-CD, VCD, S-VCD, and Blu-ray). The program supports long filenames (127 characters for DVD and Blu-ray and 64 for CD), automatic configuration settings, saving and loading of the project, the creation of images, a simple file management with DragandDrop and much more. Works in conjunction with most recording devices. It has never been so easy to convert your files to DVD discs that can be played on any DVD-player. New features, new designTrue to the motto "After the release is before the release", the development team began work on the successor a year ago. Numerous new features will bring improvements in almost all areas. The currently heavily debated topic of data security of course also plays a big role in the latest edition of Ashampoo Burning Studio. It will allow users to burn data with file encryption. For all fans of audio disc ripping, album covers will now be found and downloaded automatically. Also, with the ongoing success of smartphones and tablets, data backups play an ever more important role. Our developers have therefore included a backup feature that specifically backs up and stores data from mobile end-user devices. Burning CD, DVD, Blu-rayData, music and video discsSingle- and multi-session recordingAutostart and bootable discsDisc-spanning to spread data across many discs automaticallyISO, Joliet and UDF file system supportAES-256 disc encryptionBackup Password protectionFile compressionUser-definable data splittingMobile device backups at the click of a button, supports all common devices (flash drives, smartphones, tablets)Multimedia Movie and slideshow editor with themes, logos, subtitles, transitions and background musicDisc menu editor with themes, music, individual pages and templatesAudio CD/MP3/WMA discs with designable booklets and coversAudio disc ripping with automatic cover artwork retrievalOther 1:1 disc copy, modified copyCreate/browse disc images (ASHDISC, CUE/BIN, ISO)Cover Designer, supports themes, images, texts, tables, shapes, scanningWebsite: http://www.ashampoo.com OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: ML Size: 160,66 Mb.
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