Web Hosting – A1 USA Real Estate http://a1usarealestate.com/ Mon, 09 May 2022 21:58:15 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://a1usarealestate.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/a1-usa-real-estate-icon-150x150.png Web Hosting – A1 USA Real Estate http://a1usarealestate.com/ 32 32 GoDaddy Hires Honeywell’s Greg Efthimiou to Lead Public Relations https://a1usarealestate.com/godaddy-hires-honeywells-greg-efthimiou-to-lead-public-relations/ Mon, 09 May 2022 21:58:15 +0000 https://a1usarealestate.com/godaddy-hires-honeywells-greg-efthimiou-to-lead-public-relations/

TEMPE, AZ: GoDaddy has hired Greg Efthimiou as vice president of public relations.

Efthimiou took over Monday, reporting to CMO Fara Howard, according to a job posting for the position. On LinkedIn, he said he led public relations at the internet domain registrar and web hosting company.

Efthimiou will be responsible for leading the development and execution of programs that increase GoDaddy brand awareness, enterprise initiatives and corporate advocacy for everyday entrepreneurs. In addition to public relations, he will oversee internal and client events as well as GoDaddy’s executive communications and events team. Efthimiou will also lead corporate narrative development, executive thought leadership, corporate social responsibility, media relations and reputation management as well as crisis communications and product advancements, according to the post.

“Alongside my talented and dedicated new colleagues, I look forward to sharing the company’s remarkable growth and empowerment story with its core constituents, including the 21 million daily entrepreneurs who rely on GoDaddy to help them establish and grow their business online,” Efthimiou wrote.

For the past three years, Efthimiou has worked at Honeywell as Vice President of Global Internal Communications and Community Relations. He led three teams responsible for educating and engaging the company’s 103,000 employees globally, as well as providing messaging strategy and development for all C-suite executives who lead the company’s functions. ‘business ; design and execute the company’s global philanthropic initiative and 501(c)(3) humanitarian relief foundation, and provide associated media coverage; and coordinate executive, board and all-employee events, according to his LinkedIn account.

Prior to that, Efthimiou was SVP and Head of Corporate and Client Communications for Bank of America Merchant Services. Earlier in his career, he served as Director of Communications for Duke Energy.

Efthimiou was honored PRWeek 40 Under 40 in 2014.

He was not immediately available for further comment.

GoDaddy reported first-quarter 2022 earnings of $68.4 million and revenue of $1 billion in the period.

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LakelandPD Career Fair | Town of Lakeland https://a1usarealestate.com/lakelandpd-career-fair-town-of-lakeland/ Fri, 06 May 2022 10:35:52 +0000 https://a1usarealestate.com/lakelandpd-career-fair-town-of-lakeland/

The Lakeland Police Department (LPD) will be hosting a job fair for those interested in the rewarding profession of law enforcement, whether as a police officer or as a law enforcement communications specialist. 911 emergency. On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, the event will take place from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Downtown Station, located at 219 North Massachusetts Avenue. Experienced recruiters and professionals will be on hand to answer questions about the hiring process, benefits, academy sponsorships, training and more! Tours of the 911 Communications Center will also be available for those interested.

Currently, the Lakeland Police Department is accepting applications for:

    • Certified police: Starting base salary of $53,727 with excellent benefits. (see job description and benefits)
    • 911 Emergency Communications Specialist: Starting salary of $39,209 with excellent benefits. No experience necessary. Earn a salary while you train. (see job description and benefits)
    • Police Academy Sponsorships: Department-sponsored full scholarships available to attend the police academy. No experience necessary. Earn a salary while you train.

For more information on becoming a law enforcement officer, including necessary qualifications and the hiring process, go to www.joinlakelandpd.com.

Learn more about the Lakeland Police Department:

The Lakeland Police Department was established as a career service in 1885. Today, the agency employs 255 sworn officers and 119 civilian support staff. Dedicated members provide public safety services 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, responding to emergency and non-emergency calls for service. The department serves approximately 117,000 people within the city limits of Lakeland, Florida. In 2020, agents responded to more than 110,000 service calls in its 75 square mile response area.

Firmly committed to the philosophy of community policing, the Lakeland Police Department constantly engages with residents through outreach events, preventive public education, and transparent and open dialogue. To learn more about the Lakeland Police Department, visit www.lakelandpd.com and follow LakelandPD on social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

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Compliance of an intermediary with information technology rules (guidelines for intermediaries and code of ethics for digital media), 2021 https://a1usarealestate.com/compliance-of-an-intermediary-with-information-technology-rules-guidelines-for-intermediaries-and-code-of-ethics-for-digital-media-2021/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 12:17:13 +0000 https://a1usarealestate.com/compliance-of-an-intermediary-with-information-technology-rules-guidelines-for-intermediaries-and-code-of-ethics-for-digital-media-2021/

That the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology in 2021 notified the new Information Technology Rules (Guidelines for Intermediaries and Digital Media Code of Ethics), 20211 (“Intermediate Rules” ) under section 87 of the Information Technology Act 2000 (“IT Act”) and replacing the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines) Rules 2011.

Pursuant to Section 2(1)(w) of the Information Technology Act, an “intermediary”, in relation to any particular electronic record, means any person who, on behalf of another person, receives, stores or transmits this record or provides any service with respect to this record and includes telecommunications service providers, network service providers, internet service providers, web hosting service providers, search engines search sites, online payment sites, online auction sites, online marketplaces and internet cafes.

Pursuant to Rule 2(1)(w) of the Intermediary Rules, a “social media intermediary” means an intermediary who primarily or solely enables an online interaction between two or more users and enables them to create, upload, share , distribute, modify or access information using its services.

According to the rules of intermediaries, a social media intermediary having a number of registered users in India above the threshold notified by the central government should be considered as a significant social media intermediary. In this notification dated February 25, 2021, the central government hereby specifies fifty lakh registered users in India as the threshold for a social media intermediary to be considered a significant social media intermediary2.

COMPLIANCE REQUIRED BY ALL INTERMEDIARIES

Under Rule 3 of the Intermediary Rules, an intermediary is required to comply with the following requirements imposed on an intermediary in India:

1.1. Publish on its website, mobile application or both, as the case may be,

  • rules and regulations,
  • privacy policy, and
  • User Agreement

for access or use of its computer resource by any person.

1.2.The rules and regulations, the privacy policy or the user agreement of the intermediary must inform the user of his computing resource

  • not to host, display, upload, modify, publish, transmit, store, update or share any information that,—
  • belongs to another person and over which the user has no rights;
  • is defamatory, obscene, pornographic, child molesting, invasive of another’s privacy, including bodily intimacy, insulting or harassing on the basis of gender, libelous, racially or ethnically objectionable, related or
  • encouraging money laundering or gambling, or otherwise inconsistent with or contrary to applicable law;
  • is harmful to the child;
  • infringes any patent, trademark, copyright or other proprietary rights;
  • violates any currently applicable law;
  • deceives or misleads the recipient as to the origin of the message or knowingly and intentionally communicates any information which is manifestly false or misleading in nature but which can reasonably be perceived as fact;
  • impersonates another person;
  • threatens the unity, integrity, defence, security or sovereignty of India, friendly relations with foreign states or public order, or causes incitement to commit any recognizable offense or impedes investigating an offense against or insulting another nation;
  • contains a software virus or any other computer code, file or program designed to interrupt, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer resource;
  • is patently untrue and untrue, and is written or published in any form, with the intent to mislead or harass any person, entity or agency for profit or to cause injury to anyone;

1.3.Periodically informs its users, at least once a year, that in the event of non-compliance with the rules and regulations, the privacy policy or the user agreement for the access or use of the computer resource of this intermediary, he has the right to terminate the users’ right of access or use of the computer resource immediately or delete the non-compliant information or both, as the case may be.

1.4.An intermediary, on whose computer resource the information is stored, hosted or published, after receiving actual notice in the form of an order from a court of competent jurisdiction or after being notified by the appropriate government or its agency in under clause (b) of subsection (3) of section 79 of the Act, may not

  • host, store or publish any illicit information,
    • which is prohibited by any law now in force with respect to
      • the interests of India’s sovereignty and integrity;
      • state security;  friendly relations with foreign states;
      • public order;
      • decency or morality;
      • contempt of court;
      • defamation;
      • incitement to an offense relating to the foregoing, or
      • any information prohibited by applicable law,

and

  • will remove or disable access to such information, as soon as possible, but in no event later than thirty-six hours from receipt of the court order or notification by the appropriate government or its agency.

1.5.Shall periodically, and at least once a year, notify its users of its rules and regulations, privacy policy or user agreement or any changes to the rules and regulations, privacy policy or its user agreement.

1.6. Any information that has been deleted or access to which has been disabled, the intermediary shall, without vitiating the evidence in any way, retain such information and associated records for one hundred and eighty days for investigative purposes. , or for a longer period may be required by the court or by legally authorized government agencies.

1.7.When an intermediary collects information from a user for registration on the computer resource, he retains his information for a period of one hundred and eighty days after any cancellation or withdrawal of his registration.

1.8. The Intermediary shall, as soon as practicable, but no later than seventy-two hours after receipt of an order, provide information in its control or possession or assistance to the lawfully authorized government agency to investigative or protection or cybersecurity purposes. activities, for identity verification purposes, or for the prevention, detection, investigation, or prosecution of violations of any law currently in force, or for cybersecurity incidents.

1.9.The Intermediary shall not knowingly deploy, install or modify the technical configuration of the Computing Resource or become a party to any act which may change or has the potential to change the normal course of operation of the Computing Resource than it is supposed to perform, thus circumventing any law currently in force.

1.10. The intermediary must report cyber security incidents and share related information with India’s Computer Emergency Response Team in accordance with the policies and procedures mentioned in the Information Technology Rules 20133 (the team India’s computer emergency response system and how to perform functions and duties).

1.11. The intermediary shall prominently publish on its website, mobile application, or both, as applicable, the name of the Complaints Officer and contact information and the mechanism by which a user or victim may file a complaint of violation of the provisions. this Rule or any other matter relating to the computing resources made available by it, and the Grievance Officer shall

(i) acknowledge receipt of the complaint within twenty-four hours and resolve such complaint within fifteen days from the date of receipt;

(ii) receive and acknowledge receipt of any order, notice or direction issued by the appropriate government, any competent authority or a competent court.

1.12. The intermediary must, within twenty-four hours from the receipt of a complaint formulated by an individual or any person acting on its behalf, concerning any content having prima facie the nature of a material exposing the private space of that individual, shows that person in full or partial nudity or shows or depicts that person in any sexual act or conduct, or is of the nature of impersonation in any electronic form, including artificially altered images of that person, take all reasonable and practicable steps to remove or disable access to such content that is hosted, stored, published or transmitted by that person. The intermediary will put in place a mechanism for receiving the aforementioned complaints which may allow the individual or person to provide details, if necessary, in relation to this content or this communication link.

ADDITIONAL COMPLIANCE MEASURES FOR SIGNIFICANT SOCIAL MEDIA INTERMEDIARIES

In the event that an intermediary qualifies as a social media intermediary as defined in the Intermediate Rules and has more than 50 lakh users, then such intermediary must comply with the additional compliances provided for in Rule 4 of the Intermediate Rules.

TIMELINESS AND TIMELINESS PROCEDURE AND GUARANTEES

In addition to the above compliances, a news and current affairs content intermediary shall post, at an appropriate place on its website, mobile application or both, as applicable, a clear and concise statement informing publishers of news and news content that in addition to the terms of use common to all users, these publishers must provide the details of their user accounts on the services of this intermediary to the ministry on the details of its entity by providing information with the documents that may be specified, with the aim of enabling communication and coordination within thirty days and will publish a periodic compliance report each month mentioning the details of the complaints received and the follow-up given to those -this.

CODE OF CONDUCT AND PROCEDURE AND SAFEGUARDS IN RELATION TO DIGITAL MEDIA

Pursuant to Rule 2(1)(i) of the Intermediate Rules, “digital medium” means digitized content that may be transmitted over the Internet or computer networks and includes content received, stored, transmitted, edited or processed by-

(i) an intermediary; or

(ii) a news and current affairs content publisher or online curated content publisher;

Under Part III of the Intermediate Rules, additional rules have been developed specifically for publishers of news and current affairs content and publishers of online curated content and these entities will be administered by the Department of Information and Indian Government Broadcasting.

BREACH OF RULES

Where an intermediary fails to comply with these rules, the provisions of subsection (1) of Article 79 of the Computer Law (safe harbor immunity for the intermediary) do not apply to such intermediary and the intermediary is liable to penalties under any law. currently in force, including the provisions of the Computer Act and the Indian Penal Code of 1860.

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Web Hosting Services Market Size 2022-2030 | Key Players – GoDaddy, Hostname, Bluehosting, WirenetChile – Ripon College Days https://a1usarealestate.com/web-hosting-services-market-size-2022-2030-key-players-godaddy-hostname-bluehosting-wirenetchile-ripon-college-days/ Wed, 27 Apr 2022 14:15:39 +0000 https://a1usarealestate.com/web-hosting-services-market-size-2022-2030-key-players-godaddy-hostname-bluehosting-wirenetchile-ripon-college-days/

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The US Treasury Department tries to avoid the Russian “splinternet” https://a1usarealestate.com/the-us-treasury-department-tries-to-avoid-the-russian-splinternet/ Mon, 25 Apr 2022 19:39:31 +0000 https://a1usarealestate.com/the-us-treasury-department-tries-to-avoid-the-russian-splinternet/

As the Russian military offensive in Ukraine rages on, many internet companies and providers have withdrawn their services from Russia in solidarity with Ukrainians. Additionally, many countries have implemented or are considering sanctions that may interfere with Russian Internet access. However, the restriction of Internet services in Russia has an unintended consequence: the further isolation of Russian citizens and media from the free flow of truthful information online.

To combat this, the US Treasury Department extended a blanket license to exempt certain services “incidental to the exchange of communications over the Internet” from US sanctions against Russia, including “instant messaging, videoconferencing, chat and email, social media, photo, movie and document sharing, web browsing, blogging, web hosting and domain name registration services[.]”

The general license serves an important purpose by helping to avoid a Russian “splinternet” – an internet closed to outside providers and services, which is easier for the state to control. The Great Chinese Firewall is often cited as an example of the concept.

Keeping internet communication channels open is particularly important for journalists, as a number of advocacy groups pointed out in a letter to the government asking for a blanket license. As the letter notes, journalists and independent media depend “on access to secure and reliable information technology to document events in contested areas and to enable people to circumvent state controls over information”.

Treasury’s blanket license reflects sensitivity to unintended consequences of Russian sanctions – that restricting the Internet in Russia to Russian service providers and content creators could prevent the Russian population from knowing “what was being done in their name” , as the Internet Society has warned.

The blanket license has taken on added importance in light of the Russian government’s aggressive shutdown of the free press within its borders. Virtually all independent news outlets, including longtime Moscow Echo radio station and TV Rain, have shut down their operations in Russia under threat of disinformation lawsuits.

One of the last remaining publications covering the war, the newspaper Novaya Gazeta, suspended operations until the end of the war after receiving a second warning from Russian technology and communications regulator Roskomnadzor. The last edition of the newspaper covering the invasion sold out within hours of publication. While not a substitute for an independent press in Russia, the general license does at least ensure that Russia’s war response will not further isolate the country from outside information in counterproductive ways.


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Johns Hopkins Students Host Free 3 Web Meeting at FastForward U https://a1usarealestate.com/johns-hopkins-students-host-free-3-web-meeting-at-fastforward-u/ Thu, 21 Apr 2022 22:08:59 +0000 https://a1usarealestate.com/johns-hopkins-students-host-free-3-web-meeting-at-fastforward-u/
This weekend, a student-run organization from Johns Hopkins University will host a free Web3-focused event that features a panel of venture capitalists accepting project proposals from attendees.

Blockchain@Hopkins‘s Web3 Conference takes place on Saturdays, between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., at the university Fast forward U building in Remington. It is intended for an audience with varying levels of experience with blockchain technology. To this end, the conference has panelists like venture capitalists Daniel Niklas and Porter Smith of Capital Picus and Andreessen Horowitzit is Crypto a16z funds, respectively. Dr. Jim Liewassociate professor at Hopkins who teaches a course on blockchain, will also participate in the panel.

Founder of Blockchain@Hopkins Rohit Bhat said the event aims to help anyone interested in Web3 understand that these are really about new protocols for the Internet, not just NFT.

“If you come from a naive point of view, it’s hard to know or feel like someone isn’t trying to get money from you,” Bhat said. Technically. “A big part of what we do is to make information accessible to everyone. They can come, they can learn. It’s a place to ask questions.

Bhat has been working with blockchain technology for five years. He’ll be graduating with his master’s degree in cybersecurity in two weeks; In the fall, he will begin a doctorate. program in computer science, with a focus on blockchain technology, at UCLA. David Thomasa freshman computer science major at Hopkins and president of Blockchain@Hopkins, will take over the organization after Bhat graduates.

The parents of both leaders are serial entrepreneurs. Bhat discovered the blockchain thanks to a friend who introduced him to the creator of Bitcoin Satoshi Nakamoto‘s, “The Book of Satoshi”, while Thomas learned the basics of Web3 from his mother. Thomas used his later learning to start Tyzehis own company that uses blockchain to support a real estate stock market.

While the upcoming conference will be largely focused on decentralized finance, the organizers plan to have a broad conversation about what blockchain is – and what Web3 can be.

“We have crypto professors and people who have never bought crypto before [coming to the conference]”, said Thomas. “We hope that everyone takes something away from this. Both towards the beginning of the discussion and towards the end of the discussion, we will have points that will be invaluable for people who have not never touched blockchain before.

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XMission Receives a Perfect Score of 100 on US EPA Energy Star Certification https://a1usarealestate.com/xmission-receives-a-perfect-score-of-100-on-us-epa-energy-star-certification/ Tue, 19 Apr 2022 18:15:38 +0000 https://a1usarealestate.com/xmission-receives-a-perfect-score-of-100-on-us-epa-energy-star-certification/

Salt Lake City — XMission earned a perfect 100 on US EPA ENERGY STAR certification for the fourth time. Scores for ENERGY STAR can range from 1 to 100. XMission’s perfect score indicates that XMission’s data center is more energy efficient than 100% of similar properties nationwide.

The EPA awards ENERGY STAR certification to the nation’s top 25 percent of data centers for energy efficiency and those that meet strict energy performance levels set by the EPA.

“XMission has been committed to the efficient and clean use of energy throughout its 29-year history,” said Pete Ashdown, President and Founder of XMission. “We are happy to see our efforts confirmed.

Almost a decade ago, XMission began exploring what were then cutting-edge energy efficiency strategies. By 2014, XMission had made significant upgrades to its energy performance by strategically managing energy across the organization and, more importantly, making continuous cost-effective improvements to its data center.

Since then, XMission has continued to refine its upgrades to achieve ENERGY STAR certification and the highest score possible. XMission maintains hot/cold aisle containment, VFD (variable frequency drive) fans, adiabatic humidification and water side saving. Due to the immediate cost savings from its energy efficiency improvements, XMission recouped its entire upgrade investment.

In 2007, XMission also became the first internet service provider in Utah to switch to 100% renewable energy. XMission maintains its commitment to total sustainability by purchasing Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) from 3Degrees and participating in Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky program. Since 2016, XMission has also participated in the EPA’s Green Power Partner Program.

ENERGY STAR® is the government-backed symbol of energy efficiency, providing simple, credible and unbiased information that consumers and businesses rely on to make informed decisions. Thousands of industrial, commercial, utility, state and local organizations, including nearly 40% of the Fortune 500®, partner with the EPA to provide cost-effective energy efficiency solutions that protect the climate while improving air quality and protecting public health. Since 1992, ENERGY STAR and its partners have helped American families and businesses save 5 trillion kilowatt hours of electricity, avoid more than $450 billion in energy costs, and achieve 4 billion metric tons of gas reductions Greenhouse effect.

For more information on ENERGY STAR certification for industrial facilities, please visit their website.

About XMission

XMission is one of the oldest and most experienced Internet service companies in the United States, and is Utah’s leading independent Internet Service Provider (ISP). Based in Salt Lake City, XMission provides high-speed Internet connectivity, email, web hosting, digital phone services, business services, and colocation to residents and businesses.

XMission also proudly supports non-profit organizations by providing free web hosting services, in-kind donations, and sponsoring community events and facilities,

including the University of Utah Science and Engineering Fair, the Utah Museum of Natural History, the Salt Lake Twilight Concert Series, and the Ogden Twilight Concert Series.

XMission powers all of its services with Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) and is ENERGY STAR certified.

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Benedict Cumberbatch will host Saturday Night Live in May https://a1usarealestate.com/benedict-cumberbatch-will-host-saturday-night-live-in-may/ Sun, 17 Apr 2022 12:02:00 +0000 https://a1usarealestate.com/benedict-cumberbatch-will-host-saturday-night-live-in-may/

Benedict Cumberbatch will host SNL to help promote the release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.


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Acclaimed actor Benedict Cumberbatch is set to return to saturday night live next month. Saturday night’s new episode of the sketch comedy series, which featured Lizzo playing the dual role of host and musical guest, it was announced that Cumberbatch would host the program for the second time on May 7. He will be joined by musical guest Arcade Fire.

This follows Cumberbatch who previously hosted an episode of SNL in 2016. Now he comes on the show partly to promote the new film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, not that it needs a lot of marketing. The highly anticipated film will be released on May 6, just a day before the Cumberbatch hosts SNL. It seems more likely than not that the Marvel Multiverse will be usurped if Cumberbatch arrives SNL while the new movie hits theaters.

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Cumberbatch also joins SNL in a season that brought in plenty of other big names from the superhero world. Owen Wilson, who had a memorable role in the Disney+ series Loki, kicked off the season in October. Her co-star Jonathan Majors, who also stars in the upcoming sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, held in November. It is immediately followed by Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings starring Simu Liu. Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man: No Coming Home), Oscar Isaac (moon knight), and Zoe Kravitz (The Batman) have all hosted this season as well.

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Benedict Cumberbatch also returns to the big screen in May


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Benedict Cumberbatch was in the running for Best Actor at the Oscars for his acclaimed role in The power of the dog, but his most popular role seems to be Doctor Strange. The actor’s second solo film as the character is directed by Sam Raimi and is written by Michael Waldron. The film follows the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home with Dr. Stephen Strange traveling through the multiverse to face a new enemy with the help of old and new allies from different dimensions.

Starring Cumberbatch, the film stars Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, Chiwetel Ejiofor as Karl Mordo, Benedict Wong as Wong, Xochitl Gomez as America Chavez, and Rachel McAdams as Christine Palmer. Patrick Stewart will resume his x-men role of Professor X among many other surprises. Like No coming home hasn’t officially confirmed that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will appear in the film until its theatrical release, it seems likely there will be some huge surprises in store for the new one. strange doctor as well. Marvel Studios has decided not to hold advance press screenings to further contain spoilers.

Either way, it’s definitely been a big year for Cumberbatch. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness hits theaters on May 6. Cumberbatch can then be seen hosting saturday night live May 7 on NBC with new episodes found streaming on the Peacock streaming service after originally airing on TV.


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Synopsys probed for any illegal transaction with Huawei, SMIC • The Register https://a1usarealestate.com/synopsys-probed-for-any-illegal-transaction-with-huawei-smic-the-register/ Fri, 15 Apr 2022 00:49:00 +0000 https://a1usarealestate.com/synopsys-probed-for-any-illegal-transaction-with-huawei-smic-the-register/

Synopsys is under investigation by the US government over concerns the company flouted restrictions on the flow of US chipmaking technology to some Chinese companies.

US companies like Synopsys must obtain explicit permission from Uncle Sam before doing business with organizations on the Commerce Department’s Entity List.

Investigators are reportedly probing Silicon Valley-based Synopsys, a leading maker of chip design and simulation software, to see if it broke that rule.

Specifically, Synopsys is suspected of working with Huawei hardware subsidiary HiSilicon and chip foundry SMIC behind Uncle Sam’s back, Bloomberg reported this week. We are told that Synopsys may have, through Chinese partners, handed over software tools and chip designs to HiSilicon to produce semiconductor parts at SMIC factories against the wishes of the US government.

HiSilicon and SMIC were placed on the Entity List in 2019 and 2020, respectively, for national security reasons.

In a public filing to the US financial watchdog, the SEC, for its fiscal year through October 2021, Synopsys revealed that it had been subpoenaed by the Office of Industry and Security ( BIS) of the Department of Commerce and that it had been asked to disclose details of trade agreements with the Middle East. Kingdom operations.

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“Due to the nature of our business and our technology, government authorities may investigate transactions between us and certain foreign entities,” Synopsys filed with the SEC. [PDF] declared.

“For example, we recently received an administrative subpoena from the BIS requesting the production of information relating to transactions with certain Chinese entities.

“We believe we are in full compliance with all applicable regulations and are currently working with BIS to respond to its subpoena. However, investigations, such as this, are subject to a number of uncertainties, and we cannot not predict the outcome of this investigation or its potential effect on our operations or financial condition.”

A company spokesperson told us that Synopsys was subpoenaed in November. “A number of companies have received similar requests and that’s not surprising given the current environment,” the spokesperson said. The register in a statement Thursday.

A number of companies have received similar requests and it is not surprising given the current environment

Although Synopsys’ SEC filing was filed and released in December, media coverage this week of the subpoena and its connection to Huawei and the Entity List caused the company’s share price to plummet by 3. .90% at the time of writing.

Semiconductors are more nationally and economically important to the United States than ever before. The global electronics component supply chain has been stifled by repeated factory shutdowns around the world, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic and natural disasters, prompting the private and public sectors to expand manufacturing of fleas on American soil. This expansion could reduce America’s dependence on foreign suppliers and allow products to be shipped again.

The Biden administration hopes that $52 billion in public funding can be released this year by Congress and injected into domestic chip research and manufacturing to achieve these manufacturing independence goals.

Officials warned that U.S. competitiveness in semiconductor manufacturing had plummeted due to “decades of divestment from domestic semiconductor manufacturing capability.” In 1990, the United States held 40% of the global chip manufacturing market, but that fell to just 12% in 2020 when foundries closed and had to rely on overseas operations.

The register asked the BIS for comment. ®

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