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 palin sues nyt claiming editorial defamed her
palin sues nyt, claiming editorial defamed her

Now, unlock your smartphone with fingerprint by just touching the screenBusiness StandardIn the editorial she was linked to a mass shooting in Jan 2011Sydney Ember | NYT  June 29, 2017 Last Updated at 04:00 ISThttp://mybs.in/2UWbqF6

aig ceo brian duperreault may reduce buybacks, focus on acquisitions

Palin sues NYT, claiming editorial defamed herBusiness StandardAIG has returned $18.1 billion to shareholders through buybacks since announcing the plan last yearReuters  June 29, 2017 Last Updated at 04:21 ISThttp://mybs.in/2UWbOmr

sarah palin sues the new york times for defamation over editorial on mass shooti

​Former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin filed a defamation lawsuit against The New York Times on Tuesday, claiming the newspaper falsely linked her to the 2011 mass shooting in Arizona that wounded then-congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.The lawsuit, filed in federal court in New York, says a Times editorial earlier this month "falsely stated as a matter of fact" that Mrs Palin had incited the attack, in which a gunman shot 19 people, killing six of them.
Sarah Palin, political commentator and former governor of Alaska, pictured in 2016. Photo: APThe Times published the editorial on June 14, shortly after a gunman opened fire on Republican lawmakers at a baseball field in Alexandria, injuring congressman Steve Scalise and several others. Drawing a parallel to th

sarah palin accuses new york times of defamation

(NEW YORK) — Former vice presidential nominee and Alaska governor Sarah Palin is accusing the New York Times of defamation over an editorial that linked one of her political action committee ads to the mass shooting that severely wounded then-Arizona Congressman Gabby Giffords.In the lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court Tuesday, Palin's lawyers say the Times "violated the law and its own policies" when it accused her of inciting the 2011 attack that killed six people.The lawsuit refers to a June editorial in the Times on the recent shooting of Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise (skuh-LEES'). The editorial was later corrected.Palin is seeking damages to be determined by a jury.A spokeswoman for the Times, Danielle Rhoades Ha, says they haven't seen the lawsuit but will defend against a

michael palin donates monty python's archive to british library

Michael Palin has made his own unique contribution to the cultural riches housed at the British Library, donating more than 50 notebooks "containing original drafts, fledging ideas and personal reflections relating to his Monty Python writing", reports the BBC. It is a collection that dates back to 1965, four years before the cult comedy first aired. As well as the writer and actor's personal diaries from the period, which are more extensive than his published memoirs, the documents also reveal the pay rates the Python team received from the BBC - Palin got 12 guineas, while co-star Graham Chapman was only paid ten.  Speaking on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Palin said the "doodles, notes and scribbles" could give fans an insight into how the Python team worked.He said: "People ask me so

under cyber attack: uh researchers look at how to catch a 'phisher'

As cybersecurity experts scramble to stop another wave of ransomware and malware scams that have infected computers around the world, computer science experts at the University of Houston are "phishing" for reasons why these types of attacks are so successful. The research findings, presented last month at the ACM Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security, are being used to develop the next generation of email filters to better identify and defend against this type of cyber attack.Computer science professors Rakesh Verma, Arjun Mukherjee, Omprakash Gnawali and doctoral student Shahryar Baki used publicly available emails from Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin as they looked at the characteristics of phishing emails and traits of the email users to determine what factors contrib

british tabloid daily mail to pay melania trump damages over 'escort' allegation

London: British tabloid The Daily Mail has agreed to pay Melania Trump an undisclosed amount of money and issue an apology after it published an article saying the US First Lady had offered "services beyond simply modelling" in her former job.Mrs Trump - the wife of president Donald Trump - had sued the publisher of the Daily Mail in Britain and also filed a $150 million (AU$200 million) lawsuit against it in New York, claiming the article caused "tremendous harm" to her reputation.'Houdini' dog escapes animal hospitalVideo duration00:51Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:33Melania Trump sues Daily Mail Melania Trump sues Daily Mail A lawyer for first lady Melania Trump has filed a lawsuit against the parent company of the Daily Mail, saying its August story falsely claiming she once

british tabloid daily mail to pay melania trump damages over 'escort' allegation

London: British tabloid The Daily Mail has agreed to pay Melania Trump an undisclosed amount of money and issue an apology after it published an article saying the US First Lady had offered "services beyond simply modelling" in her former job.Mrs Trump - the wife of president Donald Trump - had sued the publisher of the Daily Mail in Britain and also filed a $150 million (AU$200 million) lawsuit against it in New York, claiming the article caused "tremendous harm" to her reputation.'Houdini' dog escapes animal hospitalVideo duration00:51Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:33Melania Trump sues Daily Mail Melania Trump sues Daily Mail A lawyer for first lady Melania Trump has filed a lawsuit against the parent company of the Daily Mail, saying its August story falsely claiming she once

uh researchers look at how to catch a 'phisher'

As cybersecurity experts scramble to stop another wave of ransomware and malware scams that have infected computers around the world, computer science experts at the University of Houston are "phishing" for reasons why these types of attacks are so successful. The research findings, presented last month at the ACM Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security, are being used to develop the next generation of email filters to better identify and defend against this type of cyber attack.
Computer science professors Rakesh Verma, Arjun Mukherjee, Omprakash Gnawali and doctoral student Shahryar Baki used publicly available emails from Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin as they looked at the characteristics of phishing emails and traits of the email users to determine what factors cont

mtv news restructuring, shifting to emphasis on video

MTV is restructuring once again. This time, the changes are focused on the MTV News department, which according to a source with knowledge of the situation is closing the chapter on what many saw as a bold and fascinating experiment in longform editorial. Multiple sources have told Billboard that layoffs are expected as early as today.MTV had introduced a new direction for its news department in November 2015 with the hiring of Dan Fierman, former editorial director of Grantland, who was brought on as MTV's editorial director. His arrival portended a sea change for the network toward longform journalism, think pieces, a staff made up of a majority of women and minorities and a coterie of well-regarded writers, editors and journalists.Now, that direction is coming to an end, as sources tell

clive palmer sues newspaper for defamation

Clive Palmer is suing The Courier-Mail for defamation over an opinion piece published in the Queensland newspaper.The former federal MP has featured heavily in the media in recent months as he faces scrutiny over the collapse of Queensland Nickel.
Clive Palmer has featured heavily in the media in recent months as he faces scrutiny over the collapse of Queensland Nickel. Photo: Tony McDonoughAfter claiming he was too sick to give evidence to liquidators of QN, Mr Palmer was ordered to appear before the Federal Court in Brisbane in May.Clutching a vomit bag and using a breathing apparatus and a pillow, he claimed he was suffering memory loss after ingesting a morphine-based painkiller.He appeared dishevelled and at times slumped against the bench before boasting about amassing wealth and c

veteran police officer ken rich killed in bike crash on princes highway at paken

An off-duty police officer who was hit and killed by a ute while cycling with his daughter in Melbourne's south-east on Good Friday has been remembered as a "real personality" and highly regarded veteran sergeant.The pair was riding east on the Princes Highway, near Dore Road, at Pakenham when the officer, Sergeant Ken Rich, was hit by a Toyota Hilux ute about 8.50am.Man sues Scienceworks over Cathy Freeman exhibitVideo duration01:38Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:22Off-duty police officer killed in bike ...Off-duty police officer killed in bike crashAn off-duty police officer who was hit and killed by a ute while cycling with his daughter in Melbourne's south-east on Good Friday has been remembered as a 'real personality' and highly regarded veteran sergeant. Vision courtesy Seve

a creationist sues the grand canyon for religious discrimination

The national park wouldn’t let him collect rocks for research.

general election 2017: how the papers want you to vote

Today's general election result is still many hours away, but if it were decided by the headlines in today's press, Theresa May would have it in the bag.See related Today's front pages: UK goes to the pollsGeneral election 2017: Five reasons why the Tories will (probably) winAccording to The Sun, a vote for Labour is a vote to "chuck Britain in the Cor-bin", with the tabloid illustrating the point with a mock-up of Jeremy Corbyn in a dustbin.Its front page also rehashes the paper's objections to the "useless" Labour leader, including its controversial claim that he is a "terrorists' friend" and a "Marxist extremist".In an editorial, the Sun tells readers: "Today you can rescue Britain from the catastrophe of a takeover by Labour's hard-left extremists."Claiming Corbyn would "not just rever

jury finds the age defamed damian sheales

A Supreme Court jury has found that an article in The Age defamed a lawyer for horse trainers who successfully challenged cobalt charges.Barrister Damian Sheales represented trainers Mark Kavanagh and Danny O'Brien whose cobalt charges were last week dismissed on appeal in the Victorian and Civil Administrative Tribunal. Mr Sheales sued The Age over a critical article by Patrick Bartley in 2015 about his handling of their case.On Thursday afternoon, after deliberating for a few hours, the jury returned a verdict that the article was defamatory Jurors decided that ordinarily reasonable readers would have understood from the article that Mr Sheales negligently mis-stated the facts about whether cobalt is performance-enhancing in horses and whether it is harmful when he represented Mr Kavanag

ndtv raids alarming new level of intimidation under modi: nyt

The press freedom in India "suffered a fresh blow" when the country's main investigative agency CBI raided homes and offices connected to the founders of NDTV, the New York Times has said, questioning Prime Minister Narendra Modi's commitment to media's independence.In a strongly-worded article titled 'India's Battered Free Press', the NYT editorial board said the "raids mark an alarming new level of intimidation of India's news media under Prime Minister Narendra Modi." The government did not respond to a request by PTI for a reaction on the NYT editorial.However, in the days after the raid, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu had said there were no raids on NDTV with the CBI not entering any office of the channel. He had dimissed allegations that the searches wer

melbourne toddler spends five hours with finger stuck in bath plughole

​A Melbourne toddler has spent more than five hours with his finger stuck in a plughole as nine firefighters worked to free him.The three-year-old's finger became firmly wedged in the plughole about 6pm on Thursday, and he remained stuck there for five-and-a-half hours.Victoria's crime by the numbersVideo duration01:45Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:18Melbourne toddler stuck in plughole for ...Melbourne toddler stuck in plughole for five hoursA Melbourne toddler has spent more than five hours with his finger stuck in a plughole as nine firefighters worked to free him. Vision courtesy Seven News Melbourne.Victoria's crime by the numbersVideo duration01:45Video duration01:45Victoria's crime by the numbersVictoria's crime by the numbersWhat do the stats reveal about the true state of

mobile adverts embedded in premium content are more visible and easier to recall

Adverts which are embedded in premium content such as news or entertainment features are more effective than ads placed alongside social media or search feeds, because they are more visible on screen and can be recalled more easily.These findings are the latest from the Feed vs. Read study by mobile brand advertiser Kargo in collaboration with Nielsen.As part of the study, 100 participants were selected to engage with adverts on their mobile devices in premium content, social and search environments. Eye tracking technology was used to measure how long respondents viewed the ads on-screen to measure consumer attention to ads and whether ads were fully visible and could be remembered.When it comes to visibility, editorial environments offer much better results with 96% of ads visible, compa

david pope's view

Photo galleryDavid Pope: The Canberra Times editorial cartoonist's latest workThe day's news through the eyes of The Canberra Times' editorial cartoonist David Pope. Touch or click on the gallery to see his latest cartoons.

a first look at the redesigned app store in ios 11 [gallery]

The App Store is getting a big redesign with iOS 11, and today Apple gave a preview of some of the new changes coming for developers at WWDC 2017. Head below for a first look at the refreshed app including new editorial content and features coming with iOS 11 this fall:
The best 4K & 5K displays for MacThe redesign makes the app fit in better with some of the company’s more recent offerings– it borrows a lot from Apple Music with its large fonts and overall aesthetics– and also takes care of a lot of house cleaning in the process.In addition, Apple is planing for a lot more in-depth editorial content with the new approach alongside a number of smaller tweaks that should make the store better for both developers and users. This is what it looks like:The new app has 5 tabs: Today, Games, an

a first look at the redesigned app store in ios 11 [gallery]

The App Store is getting a big redesign with iOS 11, and today Apple gave a preview of some of the new changes coming for developers at WWDC 2017. Head below for a first look at the refreshed app including new editorial content and features coming with iOS 11 this fall:
The best 4K & 5K displays for MacThe redesign makes the app fit in better with some of the company’s more recent offerings– it borrows a lot from Apple Music with its large fonts and overall aesthetics– and also takes care of a lot of house cleaning in the process.In addition, Apple is planing for a lot more in-depth editorial content with the new approach alongside a number of smaller tweaks that should make the store better for both developers and users. This is what it looks like:The new app has 5 tabs: Today, Games, an

new york times sues fbi to get notes of james comey-donald trump talks

AP/PTI  | 
New York  June 17, 2017 Last Updated at 04:17 IST

man sues scienceworks after breaking back in bid to outrun cathy freeman exhibit

It's one of the most recognisable museum exhibits in Melbourne, where thousands have tested themselves against perhaps Australia's greatest athletics star.A man is taking legal action against the Scienceworks museum after he ran "flat out" into a wall and fractured his spine while racing a virtual Cathy Freeman display.Melbourne toddler stuck in plughole for five hoursVideo duration01:18Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:38Man sues Scienceworks over Cathy Freeman ...Man sues Scienceworks over Cathy Freeman exhibitA man is taking legal action against the Scienceworks museum after he ran 'flat out' into a wall and fractured his spine while racing a virtual Cathy Freeman display.Melbourne toddler stuck in plughole for five hoursVideo duration01:18Video duration01:18Melbourne toddler stu

jordan edwards's family sues the officer accused of killing him

A lawsuit accuses Roy Oliver, who was fired last week, of using excessive and deadly force on the job in the April shooting of the Texas teen.

rebel wilson wins tabloid defamation fight

Rebel Wilson has won her legal fight against a media company that accused her of lying about her age, real name, and childhood. Hollywood star Rebel Wilson has won her court battle to prove to the world she's not a serial liar.The star on Thursday won her three-week, high-profile defamation trial against Bauer Media, which published articles saying she lied about her real name, age and childhood.A Victorian Supreme Court jury of six women deliberated for two days over their verdict, in which they were asked to consider 40 questions and eight magazine articles published in Woman's Day, Australian Women's Weekly, NW and OK magazine.The jury found all eight articles defamed Wilson.The 37-year-old Pitch Perfect star was defamed by the publisher when it accused her of lying.The first article, b

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