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first_img June 8, 2021 Find out more Organisation RSF joins Middle East and North Africa coalition to combat digital surveillance Reporters Without Borders welcomes a Dubai appeal court’s decision on 8 November to overturn the convictions of the former editor of the English-language Khaleej Times, Shimba Kassiril Ganjadahran, and one of his reporters, Mohsen Rashed, on charges of libel. The two journalists had been sentenced on 24 September to two months in prison for a story about a Dubai woman’s lawsuit against her husband that led to his imprisonment.Their acquittal comes a few weeks after the ruler of Dubai said journalists should not be imprisoned because of their work. His statement had the immediate force of law.“The release of the Khaleej Times journalists confirms the positive evolution seen in the press freedom situation in Dubai during the past two years,” Reporters Without Borders said. “However, the press law still needs revision and we urge the government to include the decriminalization of press offences in the bill currently being considered. This reform, the first of its kind in the Gulf, should also apply to the electronic media.”Rashed told Reporters Without Borders that the ruler of Dubai’s statement had influenced the appeal court’s decision. He added that he thought the decree would be incorporated into the new press law.Meanwhile, in a libel case in the nearby emirate of Ras Al Khaima, a criminal court has passed a suspended sentence of a year in prison and a fine of 50,000 dirhams (10,000 euros) on the owner of the Majan.net website, Mohamed Al-Shehhi, although the plaintiff withdrew his complaint on 30 October.The website has been forced to close for good under article 16 of the electronic press law. This was the sixth complaint to be brought against Majan.net since 1 August. All these prosecutions have been widely criticised by bloggers and website owners, who are calling for the law governing websites to be brought into line with the print media law.The main problem for press freedom continues to be the self-censorship practised by most newspapers, which eschew any criticism of the government in order to avoid prosecution. April 28, 2021 Find out more RSF_en RSF joins other NGOs in amicus brief in WhatsApp suit against NSO Group NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say Receive email alerts November 12, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Call for new press law to include decriminalization of all press offences Follow the news on United Arab Emiratescenter_img United Arab EmiratesMiddle East – North Africa News News News to go further Help by sharing this information News United Arab EmiratesMiddle East – North Africa December 23, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

first_imgThe online property execution platform, Clicktopurchase, has released ‘gAbi’, claiming to be the world’s first Artificial Intelligence operating property auctions.Until now, Clicktopurchase has offered three channels for an agent or vendor to close a sale: Clicktopurchase, Online Private Treaty, Clicktopurchase Best Offers and Clicktopurchase Real-time Auctions. gAbI will provide a new fourth channel.Neil Singer, CEO, said, “We have never liked the online clock ticking auction approach. We felt this was seeking to reinvent the way property was auctioned. As a result, our auctions have been agent-operated with a live auctioneer interacting with the bidding audience in the same manner as a traditional saleroom but with all the benefits of being online.“Now we have added gAbI with the advantages an Artificial Intelligence auctioneer can provide.”The online platform brings speed, certainty, accountability and transparency. Using advanced technology, Clicktopurchase enables legally binding offers to be submitted, where acceptance creates digital contract notes with legally binding encrypted and hashed signatures.In October 2017, Clicktopurchase became the first platform recording audit trails and property executions in a Blockchain ledger, delivering additional security, as well as transparency and comfort for all involved.Agents can, says Neil, either opt to operate a real-time online Clicktopurchase auction themselves, or ask ‘gAbi’ to operate on their behalf.It will enable agents to focus their skills to advise their clients and market property, with the flexibility to conclude by an automated online bidding process, which would be familiar to all, if they feel appropriate.www.clicktopurchase.com proptech artificial intelligence Artificial Intelligence operating property auctions auctions Clicktopurchase gAbI May 22, 2018The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Artificial Intelligence firm offers first online binding offers for auctioneers previous nextProptechArtificial Intelligence firm offers first online binding offers for auctioneersLondon-based tech firm Clicktopurchase claims to have launched the world’s first AI auction platform.The Negotiator22nd May 201801,092 Viewslast_img read more

first_imgOne side trip worth considering: What if the Angels were so intrigued/remorseful with having Howie Kendrick return to second base — just as the Dodgers are about to activate Hector Olivera, someone they could plop down at 3B and move Justin Turner to 2B? Could a Kendrick-for-Andrew Heaney swap work — again?Maybe it’s too far-out for Farhan Zaidi. And Bill Stoneman isn’t going to lose that rock-and-a-hard-place stare. But does all this depend on whether the departed Jerry Dipoto runs all the numbers from Arte Moreno’s mother-in-law house before any of this gets to the next level of discussion?• Now that there’s FCC approval of a DirecTV and AT&T merger, where on the “to-do” list is getting the Dodgers’ SportsNet L.A. channel and the Pac-12 Network on the dish service that continues to market itself as the premier landing spot for sports fans? Much sooner for the later, since AT&T is a conference corporate sponsor. More haggling with the former, as our business insiders tell us, and it will likely mean a nasty jump in that monthly statement after all that waiting.Or put it this way: It should happen before the next Greinke child arrives.• Nice of the Angels to give Huston Street a dousing of precious tap water from the dugout bucket the other night after his 300th career save – considering less than one-fifth of them came for the franchise.Does it make anyone else wonder why Angels ever had to go down this road with Street, a 31-year-old finesse pitcher? What would life have been like today if 2002 playoff lifesaver and now 33-year-old hardballer Francisco “K-Rod” Rodriguez stuck around for all of his 369 career saves spanning the last 14 seasons, including back-to-back All-Star appearances with Milwaukee?• It was jokingly suggested now that Fernando Valenzuela has become Americanized, the Dodgers can officially retire No. 34.That did not come from Donald Trump.The Dodgers’ longtime position on this – which can obviously be changed with the current ownership group – is only retire players’ numbers who are in the Hall of Fame (with an exception to the late Jim Gilliam’s No. 19, which was somewhat of an overreaction to an unfortunate situation).So considering what’s happening in Cooperstown this weekend, does that imply that Joe Torre’s No. 6 and Pedro Martinez’s No. 45 get taken off the Dodgers’ distribution list before they even revisit the value of a Valenzuela tribute?• At what stage of this Tour de France does Lance Armstrong finally show up with a card table near the Eiffel Tower signing baseballs?• The Lakers’ attempt to inspire newly acquired center Roy Hibbert begins by shackling him with Andrew Bynum’s old No. 17?• The Riviera Country Club, with all its golfing mythos, is apparently so lacking in the “operational capabilities” needed to handle a U.S. Open, according to USGA vice president and championship committee chairman Diana Murphy, it simply gets passed over for the available 2023 major.The Los Angeles Country Club, which has this obscenely expensive and expansive backyard infrastructure that allows frolicking by its well-to-do members who’ve famously rejected applicants from all kinds of races, creeds and colors, is given the nod instead.The USGA turns its back on “Hogan’s Alley” and partners up with “Hatred Valley” instead?• For those old souls partial to the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star high top – can we size you up for a new, improved version?The shoe brand that came out in 1917, disappeared for a point when non-supportive canvas became obsolete, came back as a nonconformist kick and then got bought up by Nike, plans a relaunch next week. The classic exterior won’t be messed with, but all that inside will be upgraded with a new high-tech cushion insole.Kind of like what USC wants to do with the L.A. Coliseum?• What kind of world are we living in if Hulk Hogan can’t be associated with the high morals of the WWE any longer?• The Electronic Sports League, the world’s largest video game organization based in Germany, says it is partnering with the World Anti-Doping Agency to put together a drug testing program for its competitors. It’s because one of its star “players” competing in a $250,000 tournament recently in Poland boasted of taking the psychostimulant Adderall – that ADHD medication already banned by all major sports leagues.Pretty depressing, eh? Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error It’s not OK to keep using the OKC as an ATM machine for the Dodgers’ starting rotation. Dodging another one-and-done situation with the Triple-A SWAT Unit, the Dodgers show desperation now in finding another arm or three for this rotating starting rotation.Kershaw and Greinke and everyone gets cranky. Particularly during this pregnant pause in Greinke’s childish pursuit of zero tolerance. Planned parenthood can be a no-win situation.And holy halo, the Angels are mighty desperate for some outfield help, preferably with some power. Because Vernon Wells ain’t walking through that door.The team has a depth chart up on its website. It lists Cowgill, Joyce, Robertson and Kubitza. It reads like a Pacoima law firm that represents slip-and-fall victims. By gosh, Josh Hamilton even feels lousy about it.center_img Before the two Los Angeles of Los Angeles rivals meet next week at Dodger Stadium, knowing full well the non-waiver trade deadline is hours before that Friday first pitch, wouldn’t one of these following scenarios resolve everyone’s riddled rosters in a quick and quiet manner?Start with pointing Scott Van Slyke toward the visitor’s dugout (as the Dodgers once did with Juan Uribe), allow Mike Scioscia to check his abacus, and then reciprocate with Matt Shoemaker. It’s beard for beard.And no worries, SVS. They’ll do a bobblehead up for you come playoff time.But look, there’s more: Carl Crawford for C.J. Wilson. As long as their massive overvalued salaries work for all the accountants and sabermetricians needed here.Let’s really go outside the boundaries: Yasiel Puig for … the Dodgers have no trade embargos with Cuban players now, right? Let’s have Mike Butcher finish that sentence. (And what’s keeping the Angels from hiring Bud Black back as their pitching coach?)last_img read more