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Access to LinkedIn remains blocked in Russia as negotiations between Russian communication regulators while the networking company dissolved Tuesday following disagreements over information storage space rules.
Businesses that store information linked with Russian residents are required to hold that information on servers located in Russia but LinkedIn didn’t comply, Russian telecom regulator Roskomnadzor said.
Based on Reuters, regulators advertised the Microsoft-owned business had refused to go its Russian individual information to sites on Russian soil, “confirming its lack of desire for focusing on the Russian market.” Russia first blocked LinkedIn last year, following a court decision which LinkedIn ended up being found to own violated regulations mandating the area storage space of Russian data.
The local data storage space rules arrived to impact in 2015, amid broader efforts by Russian authorities to work out greater control of cyberspace.
a representative for LinkedIn told BuzzFeed News in a declaration that the business is disappointed in decision, but hopes to replace solution as time goes by. LinkedIn additionally maintains so it has followed the principles inside Russian Federation.
“We are disappointed with Roskomnadzors action to block LinkedIn since it denies access to our services for our users and clients in Russia,” LinkedIn said. “Although we think we adhere to all applicable laws, and despite conversations with Roskomnadzor, including meeting with them in Moscow in December 2016, we’ve been struggling to reach an understanding that could see them raise the block on LinkedIn into the Russian Federation.”
As an experiment, I hit the like button on the pages of a few Republican politicians and all of a sudden I found myself in a very different part of Facebook than I was used to.
The News Feed is a tool for consuming not just news stories and memes that interest you, but also those that your friends like. Few people — if anyone — use Facebook the way I have. Your friends interests and tastes have a tremendous effect on what you see. But I wanted to see how Facebooks recommendation algorithms worked in a purely friendless vacuum. What kind of content would it suggest if all it had to go on was what I liked, rather than who?
An action camera or action-cam is a digital camera designed for filming action while being immersed in it. Action cameras are therefore typically compact and rugged, and waterproof at surface. They typically record video as a priority over stills, as this allows continuous capture of the action without having to interact with the camera or indeed removing it from its housing, if an additional protective housing is used. Most record on a micro SD card, and have a Micro-USB connector.
Action cameras are associated with outdoor sports, and, often attached to helmets, surfboards or handlebars, are an integral part of many extreme sports such as base jumping and wingsuit flying. Sometimes several cameras are used to capture specific perspectives, such as a helmet camera that sees the perspective of the actor in combination with a second camera attached to the environment of the rider, such as a board, wing, handlebar or wrist, that looks back onto the rider and records his reactions.
The category is associated with the GoPro range of cameras, and many action cameras come with a GoPro mount adapter to take advantage of the accessories available for these cameras.
Other models of action cams include the: