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❕NEWS – Payment agreement with Bitcoin between TIME magazine-Grayscale | NewProxyLists

TIME magazine will publish a video series about the cryptocurrency space. It was announced that an agreement was made with the Grayscale company on this issue. Grayscale will pay with Bitcoin to the TIME magazine, according to the agreement reached. In the statement made by TIME magazine, the agreement was confirmed and the amount of Bitcoin to be received as payment will not be sold and will be stored as an asset.
What do you think of the agreement between two known companies to pay with Bitcoin?

licensing – When do I need to offer a data processing agreement

I recently created a browser extension that allows you to pretty-format a web page and save it in various formats (Word, PDF, etc). I have made it publicly accessible through the browser extension gallery, so anyone can install and use it. The way this extension works is it uploads the content of the page you are viewing to my own server, the server processes it, and then lets you download the resulting file.

This all works fine, but I recently started getting questions from users concerned about the fact that their data (possibly private and sensitive) gets uploaded to the internet. They were asking me to provide a GDPR-compliant data processing agreement, so they can install it on their company’s computers.

I do not have any kind of agreements, and in fact I do not even own a company at all. This browser extension, and the server that it uploads the data to is all my personal effort, and I never bothered to do any legal work around it.

In this case, am I legally obliged to create a company and have any data processing agreements in place? (not sure if it matters, but I live in the UK, and I rent my server in the USA)

air travel – How can Ryanair re-book onto another without an interlining agreement?

Background: per Article 8 of EC261, if a flight is cancelled, one must be offered the choice between reimbursement and re-routing. If opting for re-routing, there’s nothing waiving that obligation just because the only alternatives reasonably close in time are on different airlines. However, airlines will routinely try to weasel their way out of this. Most recently, Eurowings barely re-booked me onto Austrian+Lufthansa when I wrote in the very first e-mail a) that the re-routing obligation applies regardless of any force majeure; b) that I thus ask them to have enough decency not to pull the COVID-19 card; c) that I will drag them to court if needed.

The matter at hand: just had Ryanair cancel all of my 3 booked flights with no Ryanair alternative within +-2 days for any of the routes.

  • For segment 1, there’s a British Airways nonstop flight.
  • For segment 2 there are nonstop flights by British Airways and Easyjet
  • For segment 3 there are 1-stop itineraries with Air France and KLM, amongst others

Was just informed in chat (saved the log) that “it’s technically impossible” for them to re-route me on other airlines.

Now, I wonder: how does an airline, in this case Ryanair, go about re-booking onto another if there’s no interlining agreement? Since the law doesn’t exempt them from that, I’m sure they’ve dealt with that scenario before. Would be good to know so I can point it out to them if they try pulling that card again.

I’ve emailed the British CAA as well; gonna be interesting to see what they say.

air travel – How would an airline re-book onto another without an interlining agreement?

Background: per Article 8 of EC261, if a flight is cancelled, one must be offered the choice between reimbursement and re-routing. If opting for re-routing, there’s nothing waiving that obligation just because the only alternatives reasonably close in time are on different airlines. However, airlines will routinely try to weasel their way out of this. Most recently, Eurowings barely re-booked me onto Austrian+Lufthansa when I wrote in the very first e-mail a) that the re-routing obligation applies regardless of any force majeure; b) that I thus ask them to have enough decency not to pull the COVID-19 card; c) that I will drag them to court if needed.

The matter at hand: just had Ryanair cancel all of my 3 booked flights with no Ryanair alternative within +-2 days for any of the routes.

  • For segment 1, there’s a British Airways nonstop flight.
  • For segment 2 there are nonstop flights by British Airways and Easyjet
  • For segment 3 there are 1-stop itineraries with Air France and KLM, amongst others

Just was informed in chat (saved the log) that “it’s technically impossible” for them to re-route me on other airlines.

Now, I wonder: how does an airline go about re-booking onto another if there’s no interlining agreement? Since the law doesn’t exempt them from that, I’m sure they’ve dealt with that scenario before. Would be good to know so I can point it out to them if they try pulling that card again.

I’ve emailed the British CAA as well; gonna be interesting to see what they say.

Is there agreement between non-google security "experts" on whether virus protection apps for Android

Do most security experts recommend/not recommend anti-virus apps for Androids?

What is the position/protocols of different governmental departments of US, UK, France?

What of running older versions of Android and anti-virus/malware apps?

assembly – What specifies the agreement (i.e. the convention) of which registers are used to pass which arguments and to return which values?

In Computer Systems: a Programmer’s Perspective:

procedure calls may involve
passing data as arguments, and returning from a procedure may also
involve returning a value. With x86-64, most of these data passing to
and from procedures take place via registers. For example, we have
already seen numerous examples of functions where arguments are passed
in registers %rdi, %rsi, and others, and where values are re- turned
in register %rax. When procedure P calls procedure Q, the code for P
must first copy the arguments into the proper registers. Similarly,
when Q returns back to P, the code for P can access the returned value
in register %rax. In this section, we explore these conventions in
greater detail.

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Is it correct that a caller and its callee procedure must agree on which registers to be used to pass which arguments and which registers to be used to return which values?

What specifies this agreement?

  • The procedure to be called (so different procedures specify different agreement which callers must agree on?)

  • The assembly language (so different assembly languages specify different agreement which procedures and callers must agree on?)

  • The machine language (ISA) (so different machine languages specify different agreement which procedures and callers must agree on?) ?

What specifies the particular convention in the example and the figure in the quote?

Reseller Hosting in Europe that offers a Data Processing Agreement

Since a DPA with the Reseller Provider will be necessary to offer web hosting in Europe and comply with GDPR, I am looking for Europe based … | Read the rest of https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1818375&goto=newpost

Have you ever had an agreement with marketing?

The advertisement

you don't

Advertise just about anything here, with CPM banner ads, CPM email ads, and CPC context links. You can target relevant areas of the site and show ads based on the user's location if you wish.

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user profile – Terms and agreement

Yes we can. Keep a SharePoint list where you will keep your terms and conditions like the checkbox and the text. And develop a workflow or MS Flow to read this list of term conditions, then format it as needed, then finally send this link to the user. This way you can also manage the dashboard on the number of users who have accepted the terms and conditions.

Note :

  • If your requirement is just to send the unnecessary link for dynamic data maintenance or the dashboard, you can just create a hard-coded text in the body of the workflow email itself. even.