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MOSCOW: Russian lawmakers raced Friday to draft measures requiring US media outlets to register as foreign agents, saying they could be adopted as early as next week. American social networks might also be affected because US news organisations would have to post a "foreign agent" tag on their social media pages, said Pyotr Tolstoy, deputy speaker of the State Duma, the lower house of parliament. The measures, which are being prepared ahead of Russia's presidential election in March, would be a huge blow to already tattered US-Russia ties. State Duma speaker Vyacheslav Volodin charged deputies with updating existing legislation after state-controlled Russia Today (RT) television was ordered by Washington to register as a "foreign agent" by Monday. Volodin told Russian reporters the new measures, which are likely to affect dozens of US news organisations operating in Russia including CNN and Voice of America, could be adopted at first reading on Wednesday and at a third and final reading next Friday. Washington has been fighting what it calls a barrage of "fake news" from Russian media, including RT and the Sputnik news agency, which it says is aimed at interfering in US domestic politics. "What the US authorities are doing today is an infringement on fundamental civil rights, on freedom of speech," Volodin said. "The United States speaks beautifully about the freedom of speech when it comes to other countries but acts dogmatically itself." Tolstoy called for the mobilisation of all of the country's political forces, saying it was "an emergency situation". Lawmakers said the measures targeting US media would be "reciprocal" and would set the same limitations that US authorities were seeking to impose on Russian media. In a Facebook post, Tolstoy suggested that social networks would not have to register as foreign agents. "This does not mean someone is impinging on Facebook, Twitter etc," he wrote. Russian telecoms watchdog Roskomnadzor, for its part, proposed blocking the websites of foreign media groups and nongovernmental organisations, without any need for a court order. Roskomnadzor has repeatedly threatened to block Facebook and Twitter if they do not comply with a government demand to store the personal data of Russian nationals on Russia-based servers. In 2012, Moscow adopted a law which requires NGOs that receive funding from abroad to register as "foreign agents", a move critics said was part of a clampdown on civil society. Lawmakers said the existing law would be amended to include media groups. 'Huge number of limitations' The head of Russia Today, Margarita Simonyan, said on national television Thursday that the broadcaster was "suddenly" told by Washington that it had until Monday to register as a "foreign agent" or face having its accounts frozen, among other measures. She said RT would file a legal challenge against the demand by the US Department of Justice, which could require it to identify itself as a "foreign agent". Registering would also hinder the channel's work in the United States because it would have to publicise internal documents including their employees´ addresses and salaries. "It will very much complicate the possibility of interviewing people because we will have to report this too," she said. "There are a huge number of limitations." She also said the demands contradicted both democracy and freedom of speech. "It deprives us of fair competition with other international channels, which are not registered as foreign agents," she was quoted as saying by RT. Simonyan also denounced the US move in a caustic tweet. "The US Department of Justice wheeled out a cannibalistic Monday deadline," she tweeted. "Can you feel the smell of freedom?" Washington, which considers RT a propaganda arm for the Kremlin, told it in September to register its American operation under the Foreign Agents Registration Act, which is aimed at lobbyists and lawyers representing foreign political interests. The same month Simonyan complained to President Vladimir Putin that RT and Sputnik had come under pressure in the United States. "As soon as we see concrete steps limiting the activities of our media, there will be a retaliatory response," Putin said at the time.
Most humans have at least 10 digits on their hands and every iPhone prior to the X let you register up to five of them. It was a very convenient way to secure your phone using biometrics as people hold their smartphones in different hands when using it. I wanted to know whether Face ID worked in a similar fashion, whether it would allow me to register more than one face. The answer is NO. The iPhone X is the first smartphone by Apple that uses facial recognition technology as a means of securing the phone. The feature is used to unlock your phone, make Apple Pay transactions, auto-fill passwords and also work on the App Store. Face ID is a true replacement for the Touch ID and does the same exact job as the previous authentication method. © Apple Face ID works using the TrueDepth camera on the top of the screen. If you've read about the phone on the internet, you'll know it better as “the notch”. The camera notch has 3D-imaging and infrared scanners that can shoot 30,000 dots on your face in order to create a map of your face. The iPhone X stores the data and encrypts it within the smartphone. © MensXP/AKshay Bhalla In order to setup Face ID, you need to rotate your head in a full circle so that Face ID can capture all features of your face in detail. It uses depth technology for a simple reason - so that people can't use a picture of yours to unlock the smartphone. I went into the Face ID settings to see if I can register a second face - you know, my girlfriend's, but there was no option to add an additional face. The only thing you can do is reset and add a different face or the same face. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Knowing Apple, there is a reason behind everything they do and the explanation they give is simple and logical. Previously, you would hold your iPhone in one of your hands and you would unlock your smartphone using your thumb, index or any other finger. This also left room for a user to register a different fingerprint from another person. With five registration slots, it was never a big deal to share a fingerprint slot with your partner or best friend. © Apple Having said that, I love the fact that the Face ID does not allow multiple faces to be registered. A smartphone is a very personal device for me where I store a lot of private information. I won't lie, you may stumble across some memes and occasionally some porn on my browser. I would hate to find out my mother or my partner stumbled on some sensitive information that might just leave me embarrassed. So, the fact that Apple only allows only one face for Face ID registration is great. I'm incredibly relieved and welcome this decision. According to Apple, since we have only one face, it just doesn't make sense to allow people to register multiple faces. Apple also added, based on their data, that “the number of people who let other people train their phone's Touch ID is minuscule.”
[embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/bc9b3c0ab03dd33dc9d3e65476cea80e.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9OS8zMC8yMDE3IDk6MDA6NDQgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1jdmM2QnIzOFVUU2ViV0lxNS9wTnVnPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] KARACHI: Police have booked two more cases reported by victims of stabbing attacks in the city?s Gulistan-e-Jauhar locality this week, bringing the total at five. Till Thursday, eight women in areas of Rabia City and Jauhar Chowrangi had reported being stabbed by an assailant on a bike. A 28-year-old woman, attacked on Thursday afternoon, said that a man on a motorcycle, wearing a helmet, had attacked her with a sharp-edged instrument from behind. The incidents have sparked fear and panic among the area residents, forcing women to take extra precautions before going outside. Witnesses record statements One of the victims, who was attacked on September 26, said that an unidentified man on a motorcycle wearing a black helmet attacked her from behind, Geo News reported on Thursday. As a result, her leg was severely injured and she took a rickshaw to reach her house. The victim's mother then took her to a hospital and her father informed the police. However, when the police reached her house, they arrested her father for the incident. Her father, Abdul Rashid, remarked that he was detained overnight and claimed the police had asked him for a bribe. Knife attacks on women spread fear in Karachi A motorcyclist wearing a black helmet is reportedly attacking women in Gulistan-e-Jauhar area of Karachi Another survivor, a student of seventh grade, informed police that she was attacked from behind near Rabia City in Gulistan-e-Jauhar. The girl said she was unable to identify the attacker as he had covered his face with a helmet. "I went outside to buy something when I was attacked by the assailants on a motorcycle," she said, adding that at least one of the attackers was wearing a black shirt. The victim?s mother said her daughter had received eight stitches for her wounds. According to the spokesperson of a private hospital in the area, as many as five girls had been brought to the hospital for treatment of knife injuries in the past few days. He added four women were injured in two attacks on September 25, and one girl was attacked the very next day. Police have started investigations into the case, he said. Fear, panic in Gulistan-e-Jauhar Panic has gripped different localities in Gulistan-e-Jauhar following the attacks. A female student of Karachi University said that police officers have advised women to be careful while walking on the streets. ?We have been directed to not leave our houses after Maghrib prayers,? remarked another student. Female students also said that they are taking all possible precautions including avoiding walking alone at night and not staying out for too long. A KU student said that the attacker seems to be suffering from a psychological disorder. ?Normal people do not commit such acts,? she added. Another student said that government should take notice of the issue and resolve it immediately.
KARACHI: Police have registered a case against three suspected terrorists over a police encounter on Monday. The FIR, lodged at the Counter Terrorism Department, was registered on the complaint of SHO Sohrab Goth. Suspected terrorists Sarosh Siddiqui, Muzammil and Mohammad Talha have been nominated as the suspects. On Monday, police raided a house in Scheme 33, Rufi Bungalows, Kaneez Fatima Society on a tip-off about the presence of militants. However, the militants present inside opened fire on the raiding party, killing one police official and injuring another. The suspected terrorists also managed to escape from the scene. Karachi police claim killing TTP chief Fazlullah's cousin in shootout Police are searching for suspected terrorist Sarosh Siddiqui, who escaped after killing a policeman during raid earlier today Police said Siddiqui, a senior figure of militant outfit Ansarul Shariah, was among those who escaped. Siddiqui is said to be the mastermind of the Eid-day attack on Khawaja Izharul Hassan, the opposition leader in the Sindh Assembly. Later in the day, police teams, led by Malir SSP Rao Anwar, conducted raids across the city, nabbing around a dozen people. The raids also resulted in another shootout, in which SSP Anwar claimed the death of four suspected terrorists, including a cousin of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan chief Mullah Fazlullah. Speaking at Geo Pakistan Tuesday morning, Geo News Karachi Bureau Chief Fahim Siddiqui said Ansarul Shariah is a relatively new, mostly Karachi-based outfit; formed by former members of Daesh and other banned groups. Terror outfit Ansar-ul-Sharia behind recent attacks in Karachi: sources The outfit is influenced by Al Qaeda's Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri, security sources say He said most of its cadres left for Syria to fight in the civil war but returned when the fighting intensified, adding that most of them are thus 'battle hardened'. The group first made headlines in Karachi in April this year in the targeted killing of a retired army colonel. Police officials also believe the group is behind several attacks on police officials in Karachi in the past few months. Siddiqui also revealed that most of the group?s members come from ?educated backgrounds?.
File photo KARACHI: A First Information Report (FIR) has been filed in the Shahrah-e-Noor Jahan police station against the person who attempted a fatal assault at Jamal Ahmed ? a member of Sindh Assembly belonging to Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) ? near his North Nazimabad residence here on Saturday, Geo News reported. The FIR was registered on behalf of Ahmed?s guard Bakht Ali and includes charges of attempted murder on the MPA. An unknown man astride a motorcycle shot at Ahmed in his locale as the latter was about to leave for a tour of Shadman Town ? his area, but the murder attempt was futile. The MQM-P leader's guard reacted right away, resulting in an exchange of gunshots, but the attacker managed to flee. Subsequently, security officials reached the scene to collect forensic evidence, especially as the assailant had left behind his bike. The security officers, however, have not issued any comments explaining what had transpired, expect that they ?are verifying whether the attacker was specifically targeting the MPA or not?, a local media outlet reported. MQM-P Rabita Committee member Kanwar Naveed Jameel in a press conference condemned the murder attempt and asked for action to be taken against the assailant. Jameel, highlighting the attempt on Abdul Rashid Godil earlier, mentioned how the party has asked for higher security following threats to its members but nothing has been done in response. He stressed for action against the perpetrator. Ahmed won PS-110 constituency of Karachi in 2013.