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GAA NEWS: ST. MARYS CLUB NOTES

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first_imgBingo in hall at 9pm on Tuesday. The lotto results KK,DN,AM,FH one winner with 3 Alison Wilson Convoy Nx Weeks jp €1050Cardaic screening 14-30 yrs olds. €45 per person Contact Julia Blake 0862611290 You dont have to be a club member or gaelic playerThe Club are running a quiz in the White Horse Inn(Breens) at 10 on Wed 13th June proceeds for the New Centre Of Excellence for The County Please come along and support our COUNTY PLAYERS to get the best facilities for all players present and future .U12 were defeated away to buncrana .U14 beat Malin at homeU12 Girls took part in Blitz at home and u 14 girls were beaten away to Milford.Reserves Reserves Defeated Moville 3-13 to 3-07 in Moville on Sat Evening .This was a good team performance especiallyfrom a number of players who wouldnt normallybe on the starting 15 .Kevin Kelly and Dean Mc Connell had first half goals while there was also some fine points from William Ramsey,Paul Mc Mullan and Paul O Leary to leave them 4 pts up at half time . Moville Scored an early goal inthe second half to reduce the deficit however the defence tightened up with Gary Mc Cullagh in good form assisted by Paul O’Leary to keep Moville at bay. Andrew Mc Namee scored some great long range points and a goal from William Ramsey helped secured victory .Good Displays from Ciaran Meehan and Gavin Sweeney.SeniorsAn Understrength Senior Team lost to Moville on a 0-6 to 1-13 scoreline .The early stages were close with Pactrick Mailey winning a lot of ball at mid field .However the forward line had difficulty breaking down the moville defence .A Moville goal about twenty mins into the Game set them well on way to Victory and The Home side scored some long range points in the second half to secure the victory .Scorers Ryan Kettle 0-4 Anthony Browne 0-2 Good displays from Patrick Mailey,Shane Mc Laughlin ,John A. Mc Mullan ,Shaun Brone and Ryan Kettle .  GAA NEWS: ST. MARYS CLUB NOTES was last modified: June 10th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:St Marys GAA club noteslast_img read more

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UN Officials Censoring Chinese Firewall Protest?

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first_imgTop Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#news#web At a UN-sponsored event today in Egypt, UN officials demanded the removal of a poster that alluded to the issue of Internet restrictions in China.The poster was an advertisement for Access Controlled, an MIT publication about the so-called Great Firewall of China, one of the first national Internet filtering systems and a policy that has come under harsh international criticism. The poster was being displays at the fourth annual meeting of the Internet Governance Forum in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. The purpose of the forum is to support UN mandates regarding the sustainability, robustness, security, stability, and development of the Internet.Its mission makes the poster’s removal all the more puzzling. The poster, displayed at an Open Net Initiative reception, was apparently removed because it contained a sentence that violated UN policy. The sentence in question reads as follows:The first generation of Internet controls consisted largely of building firewalls at key Internet gateways; China’s famous “Great Firewall of China” is one of the first national Internet filtering systems.The goal of the Open Net Initiative is to investigate, expose and analyze Internet filtering and surveillance. We remain unclear on the exact policies the poster violated; however, we must strongly question the act of its removal, which amounts to censorship of protest of censorship – a censorship sandwich, if you will, which few of us can find appetizing.“It is ironic that while people are allowed to gather here to discuss freedom of expression online, censorship, and surveillance practices on the Internet, we are being restricted in expressing our views,” said Al Alegre of the Foundation for Media Alternatives, a member of the ONI Network, to reporters today. We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.In our previous coverage of Chinese censorship of Internet access, we alerted readers to the fact that every new computer sold after July 1, 2009 would be equipped with software “intended to block pornography and possibly filter politically disruptive material, all while quietly gathering private user data.” This “Green Dam Youth Escort” software is closely related, both ideologically and politically, to the “Golden Shield Project,” China’s national firewall aimed at censorship and surveillance of user activity. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…center_img Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… jolie odelllast_img read more

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Indigenous offenders in federal prison highlight challenges for Trudeau government

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first_imgThe Canadian PressThe number of Indigenous offenders in the federal correctional system has risen almost 40 per cent in the last decade, says a government report.It also says a lower percentage of Indigenous offenders benefit from gradual release from custody than non-Indigenous ones.In addition, the number of women admitted to federal correctional centres has increased in recent years.The statistics underscore the challenges the Liberal government faces as it tries to deal with the over-representation of Indigenous people, the mentally ill and other vulnerable Canadians in the prison system.At the same time, the overall crime rate has been dropping and relatively few crimes result in sentences to federal penitentiaries.A look at some key statistics and trends highlighted in the Corrections and Conditional Release Statistical Overview, 2016 Annual Report:_ The overall crime rate has decreased 34 per cent since 1998, to 5,888 per 100,000 population in 2015 from 8,915. Over the same period, there was a 43.5-per-cent decrease in the property-crime rate, to 3,220 per 100,000 from 5,696.-In contrast, the crime rate for drug offences has increased 12.6 per cent since 1998, to 269 per 100,000 from 235.– The rate of violent crime has fluctuated, peaking in 2000 at 1,494 per 100,000 population. Since 2000, the rate of violent crime has decreased 28.9 per cent to 1,062 in 2015.– The in-custody population in federal prisons has increased in seven of the last 10 years, though there was a slight decline in 2015-16.– From 2013-14 to 2014-15, the provincial-territorial sentenced offender population in custody increased 4.8 per cent to 10,364 from 9,888. The remand population increased 18.8 per cent to 13,650 from 11,494 during this period.– In 2015-16, Indigenous offenders represented 22.7 per cent of the total federal offender population. They accounted for 25.7 per cent of those in custody and 17.3 per cent of those on various forms of supervised release in the community in 2015-16.– From 2006-07 to 2015-16, the total Indigenous offender population increased 39.5 per cent.– In 2015-16, the federal day parole and full parole grant rates increased for both Indigenous offenders and non-Indigenous offenders.-However, a smaller percentage of Indigenous offenders benefit from supervised gradual releases than non-Indigenous ones: 82.4 per cent of Indigenous offenders were held until their statutory release dates compared to only 65.2 per cent of non-Indigenous ones.– The number of women admitted to the federal correctional system increased to 383 in 2015-16 from 316 in 2006-07.– In 2015-16, there was an 18.4-per-cent decrease in the total number of admissions to administrative segregation, where inmates are isolated from other prisoners in federal institutions.last_img read more

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