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    Sony and Samsung form cartel on smartphones CIS market
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      It is really dangerous situation, only hope is that Korea-Japanese trade relations worsen with each week and inside Samsung one part of management also want to finally attack and destroy Sony (as Sony only has very good development teams, but sensor making facilities are slowly lagging behind Samsung ones).

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    Good quote: On life
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    Make UK Great Again: Or how capitalists want you to slowly crawl towards cemeteries
    • The report, seen by BBC Panorama, has been prepared for the Committee on Climate Change

      Food currently accounts for 30% of a household's carbon footprint in high-income countries like the UK.

      The report says we need to make a significant shift towards lower-carbon foods, particularly towards more plant-based diets.

      Producing food from animals uses more resources than food from plants. Some animals, like cows and sheep, also produce and burp up methane - a powerful greenhouse gas.

      Only bold part really count here, all else is usual mantras.

      The Committee on Climate Change's official recommendation to government is that a 20% cut in red meat and dairy is needed - the emissions from the other 80% will have to be matched by CO2 that has been captured and stored permanently in order to meet the net zero ambition.

      Once consumers understand the environmental impact of different food choices, the report argues, government should begin to increase the price of foods that involve high emissions. It suggests this could be done by cutting farm subsidies - more than 70% of which go to livestock - and by raising VAT on these products.

      I propose alternative approach - to start offering meat made from capitalists and their families, as well as their servants who write such proposals. As they don't do anything useful anyway, just produce lots of CO2 and methane

      But here we go next

      Home heating is the single biggest challenge in terms of reducing UK emissions, according to Chris Stark of the Committee on Climate Change. It accounts for 21% of a household's carbon footprint and it will be costly to bring it down..

      With 30 million homes and 30 years to decarbonise, he argues, "simple arithmetic" suggests we need to "decarbonise" one million homes every year, starting now.

      Let me explain it plain - they want million of homes to start living like during stone age without heating.

      Transport currently accounts for 34% of a household's carbon footprint. The report calls for a major program of investment in the rail and bus network, with lower ticket prices and investment in safer cycling.

      So, how about riding bicycle after sleeping nigh in unheated house and without hot water?

      Still no wish for some fresh meat of capitalists, no?

      Policy-makers need to focus on the 15% of the population that are estimated to take 70% of flights.

      The idea is to penalize frequent flyers, while not raising prices for people taking an annual holiday.

      One ticker per year, and this is all you'll get. Progress..

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    MAGA: SEC tries to prevent Telegram to run their own digital currency
    • The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that it has filed an emergency action and obtained temporary restraining order against two offshore entities conducting an alleged unregistered, ongoing digital token offering in the U.S. and overseas that has raised more than $1.7 billion of investor funds.

      According to the SEC’s complaint, Telegram Group Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary TON Issuer Inc. began raising capital in January 2018 to finance the companies’ business, including the development of their own blockchain, the “Telegram Open Network” or “TON Blockchain,” as well as the mobile messaging application Telegram Messenger. Defendants sold approximately 2.9 billion digital tokens called “Grams” at discounted prices to 171 initial purchasers worldwide, including more than 1 billion Grams to 39 U.S. purchasers. Telegram promised to deliver the Grams to the initial purchasers upon the launch of its blockchain by no later than October 31, 2019, at which time the purchasers and Telegram will be able to sell billions of Grams into U.S. markets. The complaint alleges that defendants failed to register their offers and sales of Grams, which are securities, in violation of the registration provisions of the Securities Act of 1933.

      “Our emergency action today is intended to prevent Telegram from flooding the U.S. markets with digital tokens that we allege were unlawfully sold,” said Stephanie Avakian, Co-Director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement. “We allege that the defendants have failed to provide investors with information regarding Grams and Telegram’s business operations, financial condition, risk factors, and management that the securities laws require.”

      FU SEC.

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