Kevin’s out in the cold. Will he get home in time for Christmas?
Kevin’s out in the cold. Will he get home in time for Christmas?
The Ravens are mired in a COVID-19 outbreak. Superficial common sense would suggest their rescheduled Week 12 game vs. Pittsburgh is in peril. But science suggests it should be fine.
With several members of the football team in quarantine due to COVID-19 health and safety protocols, ESPN said it had confirmed with a team official that Fuller will make the trip to Missouri with the men's team. Vanderbilt Football posted a Tweet "History in the making" accompanied by a picture of Fuller in uniform.
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Two police officers have been praised after helping to deliver a baby in a taxi just hours after attending a murder scene. The pair were flagged down by a father whose wife was giving birth in a taxi in west London. PC Laidler checked the umbilical cord was free and the vital signs were strong while his partner PC Murphy called in paramedics.
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Corestate Capital Holding S.A. / Key word(s): Investment Corestate Capital Holding S.A.: Former major shareholders sold shares in the Company 27-Nov-2020 / 21:51 CET/CEST Disclosure of an inside information acc. to Article 17 MAR of the Regulation (EU) No 596/2014, transmitted by DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG. The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Corestate Capital Holding S.A.: Former major shareholders sold shares in the Company Luxembourg, 27 November 2020 - The Management Board of Corestate Capital Holding S.A. (Corestate) today has obtained knowledge that the shareholders Mr Norbert Ketterer, Mrs Sandra Ketterer and Mr Yannick Heller who held significant stakes in the Company sold almost all of their Corestate shares to various investors. As soon as the Company receives corresponding shareholding notifications the Company will inform the capital market. Notifying person: Dr Kai Gregor Klinger Chief Markets Officer T: +49 69 3535630107 / M: +49 152 22755400 email@example.com 27-Nov-2020 CET/CEST The DGAP Distribution Services include Regulatory Announcements, Financial/Corporate News and Press Releases. Archive at www.dgap.de Language: English Company: Corestate Capital Holding S.A. 4, Rue Jean Monnet L-2180 Luxembourg Luxemburg Phone: +49 69 3535630-107 Fax: +49 69 3535630-29 E-mail: IR@corestate-capital.com Internet: www.corestate-capital.com ISIN: LU1296758029 WKN: A141J3 Indices: SDAX Listed: Regulated Market in Frankfurt (Prime Standard); Regulated Unofficial Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Munich, Stuttgart, Tradegate Exchange EQS News ID: 1151309 End of Announcement DGAP News Service
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Ayo Dosunmu scored 24 points, Kofi Cockburn had 13 points and 11 rebounds and No. 8 Illinois rallied to beat Ohio 77-75 on Friday. It was Cockburn’s 15th double-double in 35 games for Illinois (3-0). Jason Preston scored 31 points for Ohio (2-1).
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Premier League clubs are expected to tighten cyber security methods as investigators warn a hack on Manchester United is just the tip of an iceberg. United are believed to be facing a seven-figure ransom demand over the attack, which has left the club unable to yet fully restore its computer systems. GCHQ cyber security agents have been called in to help. The National Cyber Security Centre recently published a report showing 70 per cent of major sports organisations are targeted by hackers every 12 months. Ciaran Martin, a professor at the University of Oxford’s Blavatnik School, told Telegraph Sport on Friday night how he saw attacks on sporting organisations rise while he was chief executive at the NCSC. “The risk to sport was on the up, not markedly, but incrementally, because of the realisation by potential attackers of rich sources of data and money that might be available from sporting organisations,” he said. “It’s big business, as we all know.” Manchester City say it is a “matter of public record” that they have also been repeatedly targeted. In February, an IT worker was arrested amid claims he got players’ personal details and records of confidential transfer talks from Pep Guardiola’s email account. Last week, it also emerged British athletes were among hundreds of female sports stars and celebrities whose personal photographs had been breached in an iCloud attack. “Sports organisations are at risk from cyber attacks for two reasons,” Martin, one of the leading figures in the UK’s fight against cyber crime, said. Nation-state attacks – such as Russia’s breach against the World Anti-Doping Agency in August 2016 – are high profile, but rare, he explained. “The other, which looks more likely here – although I must stress I don’t know the details because I’m not in Government any more – would appear to be a standard criminal ransom attempt to extort money by encrypting data or otherwise compromising data.” The Football Association beefed up its security ahead of the World Cup in Russia in 2018, but many Premier League clubs have yet to bring their security levels in line with some other sectors. Government has no powers to stop victims paying out ransoms in such circumstances unless attackers are on prescribed terror lists. In United’s case, it is unlikely that the criminals are on the hit list of the US Treasury Department, which has powers to issue fines of up to $20million (£15million) in such circumstances. Martin says there is nothing “exceptional” about sports being targeted, but “organisations with data and money will tend to attract criminal attackers like everybody else”. “Improvements in cyber hygiene resilience and ability to cope with incidents, having backups and so forth, are absolutely key,” he added. “Hackers will not always know what they’re targeting.” Unted confirmed the hacking on Nov 20 and said they were not “aware of any breach of personal data associated with our fans and customers”. As of Thursday night, club staff still did not have access to email, and some other functions were also unavailable. The NCSC said it dealt with more than three times as many ransomware incidents compared with last year and noted that criminals were changing their approach during such attacks to increasingly threaten to leak information publicly unless payment is made. Steve Kuncewicz, a partner and sports law specialist at BLM, told The Telegraph: “I think United did the right thing by getting out in front of it as best they can by letting their fans know that they don’t think any of their personal data has been compromised, because what they do next will depend upon the extent of the infiltration.” The NCSC says “the primary cyber threat to sports organisations comes from cyber criminals with a financial motive”. “Major losses have been experienced by sports organisations as a result of bespoke attacks, where criminals have harvested information before undertaking fraudulent financial transactions,” the report concludes.
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HBO and HBO Max are rounding out the universally despised year with the long-awaited premieres of popular shows and movies. "Wonder Woman 1984," the hotly anticipated sequel to 2017's "Wonder Woman," will be debuting simultaneously on HBO Max and in theaters on Christmas Day. Gal Gadot faces off against a new enemy with superhuman strength […]
A line of shoppers wrapped around part of Vaughan Mills mall in Vaughan, Ontario, as they waited to snag Black Friday deals on November 27.Twitter user @GhalengDL827 shared this video of people waiting outside the mall before sunrise, writing, “Vaughan mills line up!! Nope we ain’t lining up!” The social media user shared the footage alongside the hashtag #TorontoLockdown, referring to the city’s new coronavirus lockdown that bans in-person shopping at non-essential retailers.Vaughan, a 40-minute drive from Toronto, was open for in-person retail shopping, though local officials outlined capacity and social distancing measures for retailers to take. Officials in the York Region, which includes Vaughan, also planned to increase inspection of businesses over the Black Friday weekend to ensure compliance. Credit: @GhalengDL827 via Storyful
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