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In the run-up to Chancellor Merkel’s visit, the Polish government must respect freedom of the press

first_img to go further February 7, 2017 – Updated on February 8, 2017 In the run-up to Chancellor Merkel’s visit, the Polish government must respect freedom of the press Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo (C,R) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel attend a welcoming ceremony in Warsaw / AFP PolandEurope – Central Asia Protecting journalistsMedia independence Conflicts of interestJudicial harassmentEconomic pressureFreedom of expression News Organisation Help by sharing this information PolandEurope – Central Asia Protecting journalistsMedia independence Conflicts of interestJudicial harassmentEconomic pressureFreedom of expression News June 2, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts News Poland’s new social media law puts freedom of expression at risk, RSF warns With firing of four editors, “repolonisation” under way in Poland News Follow the news on Poland RSF_en On the occasion of the German chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit to Poland, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) reiterates its condemnation of the demonstrative disregard leading politicians in Warsaw have shown for press freedom. The national-conservative government has brought television under its control and now systematically limits reporting from parliament. A few days ago, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, who chairs the PiS party, emphasised the need to return private media to Polish ownership and to push German publishers out of the country.As RSF Germany Executive Director Christian Mihr stated, ‘Free and diverse media are a core element of European values. The populist campaign in Poland against German television and publishers plays into the hands of the enemies of democracy. The Polish government needs to understand that it will only have access to EU funds if it recognises the core values of the union, respects freedom of the press and also allows critical debate about the government’s work to take place on television’.TELEVISION AND RADIO UNDER GOVERNMENT CONTROLSince it came to power, over 220 public media journalists have been fired, forced to quit or moved to less influential positions by the Polish government. A dossier prepared by the liberal journalist union Towarzystwo Dziennikarskie (TD) provides clear evidence of this. In October and November, this situation hit Trojka particularly hard, the third programme of Polskie Radio. Several leading editors and radio presenters were moved to other positions or fired after protesting. In an open letter, 120 of their colleagues accused editor-in-chief Barbara Stanislawczyk of ‘pre-emptive censorship’ and initiated a social media campaign in protest . On 28 October, Michal Nogas, a long-term editor at Trojka, announced that he was switching to the liberal newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza. In November, TVP, which by this point had become a state broadcaster, openly encouraged its employees to quit and claim redundancy pay. According to the union TD, this led another 200 journalists to quit by mid-December.Shortly after the PiS took power, this rigorous restructuring of what had previously been public television led to noticeable changes in reporting. As a result, these channels lost huge numbers of viewers. On its main news programme Wiadomosci, the television broadcaster TVP1 campaigns against liberal government critics, and increasingly against German media that it accuses of manipulative reporting. A flawed report by the German channel ARD on the protests in the Sejm based on unsound archival material triggered this new spite. Moreover, Wiadomosci regularly decries the presence of German publishers in the Polish media market.THE ‘RE-POLIFICATION’ OF PRIVATE MEDIAIn a recent interview with Radio Opole, the head of the PiS, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, emphasized the need to return private media to Polish ownership and in particular to buy back private media from German publishing houses . Shortly after taking power, the PiS government declared that due to the large presence of German publishers in Poland it wanted to return the national media market to Polish ownership. The Bauer Media Group for example owns over 30 print titles as well as the radio broadcaster RMF Group. Through the Polska Press group, the publishing house Verlagsgruppe Passau prints 18 regional daily newspapers and nearly 100 local weekly newspapers. In October, Polish media reported plans by Poland’s state bank PKO BP to buy Polska Press. Among other titles, the German-Swiss Ringier Axel Springer Media AG prints the tabloid Fakt, the Polish editions of the magazines Newsweek and Forbes and manages the online news portal onet.pl. The chief editor of Newsweek Tomasz Lis, a harsh critic of PiS chair Kaczynski, hosted a political talk show on TVP2 until January. The new government promptly cancelled the show, which has since been aired on sources such as onet.pl.Polish owned newspapers critical of the government have also come under pressure, because state-owned companies will no longer place adverts in them. The liberal newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza saw its advertising revenues drop 21.5 per cent in the first six months after PiS took power. For the same reasons, the moderately conservative daily Rzeczpospolita has seen its budget cut by one-fifth.SYSTEMATIC RESTRICTIONS ON POLITICAL REPORTINGIn recent months, the Polish government has systematically restricted reporting from the Polish parliament. Journalists no longer have access to certain places such as the lobby areas surrounding the plenary hall, the restaurant or the corridor leading up to the office of the head of the Sejm. Generally, spokespersons of factions and parties now grant interviews instead of the politicians in question.On 9 January, after weeks of protests, the PiS used the media to publicly announce their supposed change of course. Little, however, has actually changed. Press conferences continue to take place in a building annexed to the parliament that journalists complain offers too little space. During the first press conference that was held there, some camera teams were unable to enter with all of their equipment and numerous reporters had to sit on the floor. Spatial separation from parliament prevents any direct contact with politicians and reporters only receive a limited number of temporary, one-day accreditations . In mid-January Newsweek Polska reported that following the protests at the end of last year, the Polish government was planning to surround parliament by a two metre high fence . In 2016, Poland fell 29 places on the RSF’s World Press Freedom Index compared to last year and currently ranks 47. May 10, 2021 Find out more January 28, 2021 Find out morelast_img

GEEK TO ME: Smart TVs, like computers, require some maintenance

first_img Twitter Pinterest Pinterest Facebook Previous articleCOLLEGE SOFTBALL: Lady Wranglers splitNext article050419_Butterfly_release_JF_07 Digital AIM Web Support Facebook WhatsApp Q: Since you’re running low on questions, here’s one: Are flat-panel TVs subject to the same kinds of errors that can creep up on computers that have been left running for long periods of time?– Del S.Fort Walton Beach, FloridaA: It is somewhat of a fallacy that errors creep up on a computer if it is left running for a long time. There is nothing intrinsic in the operation of a computer that makes it less stable or more error prone the longer it stays booted. There is also no recommended minimum or maximum time before a computer should be restarted. In fact, unless your computer is actually requesting a restart (such as when it is installing certain kinds of software) a properly functioning computer should be able to run indefinitely without being rebooted.Of course, the world isn’t a perfect place, and things don’t run perfectly all the time. I have to admit, that it is possible for poorly written software to have what is referred to as a resource leak which means the software allocates system resources such as memory, file handles, fonts, etc., but then doesn’t release them back to the operating system when it’s done using them. System resources are a finite commodity, so if such programs are left to run long enough, they can indeed cause performance issues, and sometimes the only way to get the system back to a usable state is to reboot it, thereby recovering all of the leaked resources. It is somewhat rare for modern commercial software to have such leaks, though, and I personally leave my computers up for weeks on end without any issues.As far as so-called flat-panel TVs are concerned, that term applies to virtually every television on the U.S. market today. The corollary, the bulky, heavy, cathode ray tube sets of yesterday have largely died off, although because of their relatively low-cost, they are still popular in some parts of the world; namely Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.In order for your question to be applicable to a given TV, that set would need to be not just a flat-screen, but also would need to be a Smart TV. Virtually all Smart TVs are flat-panels, but not all flat panels are Smart TVs. The mere fact of the screen being flat does not make the TV “smart.” A so-called Smart TV is one that can access the Internet, and that can be augmented with downloadable apps, just like a smartphone or tablet. The main TV at the Geek House, a big Sony LCD model, is a Smart TV, and it runs the Android operating system. That makes it capable of running the very same applications as any other Android device. It also means that, like any other computer, it requires occasional upgrades and maintenance. For example, every now and then I turn it on and get a message on the screen telling me that there’s a new firmware version that needs to be installed. This is the equivalent of Windows occasionally updating itself. The main difference is that it happens far less often with my TV than with my PC.To bring this full-circle, and address your original question, if you accept the proposition that poorly-written software can cause system problems, then yes, it is possible that a Smart TV could be subject to an accumulation of errors, or leakage of resources that could cause performance issues. However, there is a vast difference between the way people use TVs and computers. Many people who own Smart TVs don’t even realize their set has the ability to run applications, and so never exercise their set even close to the point where they might experience a problem. Also, TVs tend to get turned off when nobody is watching them, and that operation closes all running apps and resets the TV to a known good state. That means the already unlikely condition of errors in PCs is even less likely in Smart TVs.To view additional content, comment on articles, or submit a question of your own, visit my website at ItsGeekToMe.co (not .com!)center_img Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Local News GEEK TO ME: Smart TVs, like computers, require some maintenance WhatsApp TAGS  last_img

Protests against Budget 2012 scheduled for this weekend

first_img WhatsApp Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal By News Highland – January 5, 2012 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Protests against Budget 2012 scheduled for this weekend Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Pinterest Facebook Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Facebookcenter_img Google+ More protests are taking place around the county this weekend against Budget 2012.At 3 o clock on Sunday demonstrations will take place in Castlefin, Convoy, Raphoe, Ramelton, Rossnakil, Buncrana and Letterkenny.Joe Murphy, who took part in a drive-slow from Buncrana to Dublin last month, and who is organising Sundays protests, says he hopes more towns and villages will get on board.And he said he will be driving round towns and villages in Donegal this weekend trying to drum up support for the protest:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/joem830.mp3[/podcast] Previous articleHigh winds and spot flooding a possibility in Donegal tonightNext articlePSNI to investigate handling of GAA club fire investigation News Highland Twitter WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Newsx Adverts Google+ Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img

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