Europe will push to work with the US on tech governance, post-TrumpThe European Union said today that it wants to work with US counterparts on a common approach to tech governance — including pushing to standardize rules for applications of technologies like AI and pushing big tech to be more responsible for what their platforms amplify. EU lawmakers are ant…
Still Bad to the BoneGeorge Thorogood has made a living performing other musician’s songs. He’s performed them so damn well we all think he’s the original artist. His self-described journey of “starting from the bottom and clawing to the middle” began once he got the heck out of Delaware. As he sang in “Bottom of the Sea," Thorogood has “been all around the world." He traveled cross-country for a shot at being in John Lee Hooker’s band becoming a street performer along the way. He lived in Boston. Has been performing in New Zealand and Australia and Europe for decades. He currently lives in Southern California. Covering and mastering such songs as Bo Diddley’s “Who Do You Love” and John Lee Hooker’s version of “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer” (which was originally written by Rudy Toombs in 1953 and initially performed by Amos Milburn), Thorogood makes no bones about where he stands when asked about why he didn’t write his own songs: “I’m not a songwriter.” And why blues songs? “My talent is pretty
10 Exciting Things to do in Kuressaare, Saaremaa, Estonia - NomadicMun - TravelogueKuressaare is a well-known resort town in Northern Europe since 19 th century. This pleasantly sleepy town breathes to its own rhythm. In Kuressaare you feel like being in a different era, far from daily hustle and bustle. It is a great place to reinvigorate your body and soul. Visitors can relax and explore local culture, admire art in different galleries, walk in the historical episcopal castle or ride a bike around the town. Surely, it will make you fall in love with it. We visited the town just after this Covid 19 pandemic. We stayed there one week and explored the whole island of Saaremaa. If you want to explore only Kuressaare a weekend is enough. This visit worked as medicine for us, made us feel relaxed. Here are 10 things to do in Kuressaare, Saaremaa from my choice which will surely help you to explore the town.
UK to become first country in Europe to ban live animal exportsPlans to ban the export of live animals for slaughter and fattening are to be unveiled by the UK’s environment secretary, George Eustice, on Thursday. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) said the plans were part of a renewed push to strengthen Britain’s position as a world leader on animal welfare. An estimated 6,400 animals were sent to Europe for slaughter in 2018, according to Defra. Many of those left through the...1
'California law doesn't apply in Europe': We spoke to the powerful EU enforcer who's about to push Facebook, Google, and Twitter out of their free speech comfort zoneBig Tech companies can no longer self-regulate disinformation on their platforms, according to the EU's Vera Jourova.