So many Kenyans are enjoying thriving couples ke.A group treading in Kenya for inspiration from different families...some started in humble beginning but wameomoka SASA..nice story of KIHUNI and Sharon💕 #SHESAVEDMEFROMMOBJUSTICEAm kihuni & shes sharonI met this Angeal on a friends party in 2007 to cut short i dint own a fon but she did so … Continue reading Love is sweet 💕 met KIHUNI $ SHARON @TRIVING COUPLES KE

Scientists detect the ghostly signal that reveals the engine of the universe | NBC News

In research published Wednesday in the journal Nature, scientists reported that they’ve made the first detection of almost-ethereal particles called neutrinos that can be traced to carbon-nitrogen-oxygen fusion, known as the CNO cycle, inside the sun. It’s a landmark finding that confirms theoretical predictions from the 1930s, and it’s being hailed as one of the … Continue reading Scientists detect the ghostly signal that reveals the engine of the universe | NBC News

Tributes to Argentina soccer great Diego MaradonaA very sad day for all Argentinians and for football. He leaves us, but he is not gone because Diego is eternal. I stay with all the beautiful moments I lived with him and I wanted to send my condolences to his family and friends.” — Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi.___“Sad news today. I have lost a dear friend, and the world has lost a legend. There is much more to say, but for now may God give his family strength. One day, I hope, we will play soccer together in the sky.” — Brazil great Pele.___“Today I say goodbye to a friend and the world says goodbye to an eternal genius. One of the best ever. An unrivaled magician. He departs too soon, but leaves a legacy with no limits and an emptiness that will never be filled.” — Portugal and Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo.___“You will always be in our memory, you left your legacy. Soccer thanks you.” — Brail and Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar.___“My friend is gone. Maradona, the legend! The Argentine that conquered the world with the ball at his feet, but also for his joy and unique personality. I said it sometimes, out of the players I have seen on the pitch he was the best.” — former Brazil forward Romario.___“By some distance the best player of my generation and arguably the greatest of all time. After a blessed but troubled life, hopefully he’ll finally find some comfort in the hands of God.” — former England striker Gary Lineker.___“I’m proud to have been able to experience him up close on the pitch. Diego Maradona won everything there is to win, as well as the hearts of everyone who loves the beauty of football.” — former West Germany forward Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.___“Football and the world of sports has lost one of its greatest players today.” — India cricket great Sachin Tendulkar.

#RIP Maradona failed a doping test in 1991 and was banned for 15 months

Diego Maradona, the Argentine soccer great who was among the best players ever and who led his country to the 1986 World Cup title before later struggling with cocaine use and obesity, has died. He was 60.The office of Argentina’s president will decree three days of national mourning because of Maradona’s death on Wednesday, and … Continue reading #RIP Maradona failed a doping test in 1991 and was banned for 15 months

HUSTLERmovement spokesperson DENNIS ITUMBI FORMER presidential Communications Unit (PSCU) senior directors give basic questions and strategic they used to market president uhuru KENYATTA back 2011.Deputy Prime Minister, Uhuru Kenyatta had three main threats to his State House ambition.And now Uhuru Kenyatta is enjoying Denni s strategy He agreed with the SWOT Analysis that told him...1 … Continue reading

Roles, including Data Analysts and Data Scientist

Roles, including Data Analysts and Data Scientists, AI and Machine Learning Specialists, Robotics Engineers, and Digital Transformation Specialists, are the leaders in the growing demand for the next future. These are an expanding field of knowledge that has been playing an enormous role in society. I have selected the best AI, Machine Learning, and Data Science channels on YouTube that I’ve been using a lot during … Continue reading Roles, including Data Analysts and Data Scientist

Facebook Says it Will Stop Operating in Europe If Regulators Don’t Back DownEuropean regulators are cracking down on Facebook’s ability to transfer data across the Atlantic. Now the tech giant is threatening to pull its services from more than 400 million European users.Facebook Says it Will Stop Operating in Europe If Regulators Don’t Back DownEuropean regulators are cracking down on Facebook’s ability to transfer data across the Atlantic. Now the tech giant is threatening to pull its services from more than 400 million European users.DGBy David GilbertSeptember 21, 2020, 3:42pmSoumyabrata Roy/NurPhoto via APSOUMYABRATA ROY/NURPHOTO VIA APCORK, Ireland — Facebook has threatened to pack up its toys and go home if European regulators don’t back down and let the social network get its own way.In a court filing in Dublin, Facebook said that a decision by Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) would force the company to pull up stakes and leave the 410 million people who use Facebook and photo-sharing service Instagram in the lurch.ADVERTISEMENTIf the decision is upheld, “it is not clear to [Facebook] how, in those circumstances, it could continue to provide the Facebook and Instagram services in the EU,” Yvonne Cunnane, who is Facebook Ireland’s head of data protection and associate general counsel, wrote in a sworn affidavit.The decision Facebook’s referring to is a preliminary order handed down last month to stop the transfer of data about European customers to servers in the U.S., over concerns about U.S. government surveillance of the data.Facebook hit back by filing a lawsuit challenging the Irish DPC’s ban, and in a sworn affidavit filed this week, the company leveled some very serious accusations about the Irish data-protection commissioner, including a lack of fairness and apparent bias in singling out Facebook.Cunnane points out that Facebook was given only three weeks to respond to the decision, a period that is “manifestly inadequate,” adding that Facebook wasn’t contacted about the inquiry prior to judgment being handed down.She also raises concerns about the decision being made “solely” by Helen Dixon, Ireland’s data protection commissioner.“The fact one person is responsible for the entire process is relevant to [Facebook’s] concerns, in respect of the inadequacy of the investigative process engaged in and independence of the ultimate decision-making process,” Cunnane wrote.Cunnane also complains that Facebook is being singled out, noting no other big tech company using similar methods to transfer data to the U.S. from the EU is under the same scrutiny.ADVERTISEMENT“This gives rise to an apprehension that [Facebook] is not being treated equally,” Cullinane wrote. “If [Facebook] alone is being investigated and subject to a suspension of data transfers to the U.S., this would be liable to create a serious distortion of competition.”The Irish DPC declined to comment to VICE News. Facebook denies that it is trying to force the regulator to change its decision with a threat with withdraw its services.“Facebook is not threatening to withdraw from Europe,” a Facebook spokesperson said, adding that the court filing simply lays out how “Facebook, and many other businesses, organisations and services, rely on data transfers between the EU and the US in order to operate their services.”A judge last week allowed Facebook’s challenge to go ahead and put a stay on the DPC’s ban on data transfers — though the DPC can challenge that decision.Besides threatening to close down Facebook and Instagram completely, Cunnane also points out that Facebook is an important tool for the freedom of expression of its 410 million EU users — it also reportedly generated €208 billion in sales for companies who use the platforms.What she failed to mention, though, is that the service has also been weaponized to sow disinformation and conspiracy theories, as well as being used to influence the results of votes across the region, including the U.K.’s decision to leave the EU.Facebook’s entire business model relies on being able to easily and quickly transfer data across the globe so that it can better target users with ads. By disrupting that flow of data, the EU is threatening Facebook’s revenue potential, and as this lawsuit shows, that is something the company takes very seriously indeed.But Facebook’s ultimatum is little more than an empty threat, according to privacy experts.“The idea that Facebook would withdraw from the European market is absurd brinksmanship that I don’t think anyone truly believes

The CJ is guilty of “jurisprudential naivete”. God forbid 🤷

. First to appreciate the tenor & meaning of the 10 pages advice by CJ Maraga to H.E UHURU, we have to decipher into Maraga's judicial philosophy or lack of it as a judge since he joined the judiciary in 2003. We have to appreciate that CJ Maraga has no KNOWN judicial the traditional … Continue reading The CJ is guilty of “jurisprudential naivete”. God forbid 🤷

Russia publishes virus vaccine results, weeks after approval

Russian scientists have belatedly published first results from early trials into the experimental Sputnik V vaccine, which received government approval last month but drew considerable criticism from experts, as the shots had only been tested on several dozen people before being more widely administered.In a report published in the journal Lancet on Friday, developers of … Continue reading Russia publishes virus vaccine results, weeks after approval

5 things to know about Japan’s World War II surrender

World War II ended 75 years ago, but not all countries commemorate it on the same day. Wednesday is the anniversary of the formal Sept. 2, 1945, surrender of Japan to the United States, when documents were signed officially ending years of bloody fighting in a ceremony aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay. It’s … Continue reading 5 things to know about Japan’s World War II surrender