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Release of 5th '' Indiana Jones ' movie pushed to 2021


Jordan Strauss/ Invision/ AP Harrison Ford gets to the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday, Jan. 10, 2016, in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018|10:45 a.m.

New York City– Indiana Jones won’t be swinging back into movie theaters until a minimum of 2021.

The Walt Disney Co. on Tuesday announced that the planned 5th installment in the “Indiana Jones” franchise will be postponed a year and will be released in July 2021. The movie was initially scheduled for release in the summer of 2019.

Script issues are supposedly behind the delay. Last month, “Solo: A Star Wars Story” co-screenwriter Jonathan Kasdan was induced to assist write the film.

Spielberg is set to direct the most recent “Indiana Jones” film, with Harrison Ford likewise reprising his function. Ford turns 79 years of ages in July 2021.

Spielberg likewise has a variety of films in front of “Indiana Jones,” including a remake of “West Side Story.”

Pushed by government, Uber agrees to safeguard rider information


Eric Risberg/ AP Revealed is the building that houses the headquarters of Uber Wednesday, June 21, 2017, in San Francisco.

Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017|3:41 p.m.

DETROIT– Ride-hailing service Uber has actually consented to safeguard information and audit use of rider details to settle a grievance from the federal government that it deceived clients.

The Federal Trade Commission, in a complaint chosen Tuesday, alleged that Uber failed to secure information about rider trips and neglected to keep track of worker access to the info. It’s another in a long string of mistakes for the San Francisco-based business, which faces a separate federal investigation for apparently utilizing a fake app to block city inspectors from monitoring its service.

Uber misrepresented how well it monitored staff member access to personal info about users and chauffeurs, and it misstated that it took actions to secure customer data, FTC Acting Chairman Maureen Ohlhausen stated in a statement. “This case shows that even if you’re a fast-growing business, you cannot leave customers behind: You should honor your privacy and security guarantees,” she stated.

Uber said the allegations date to 2014, and before the federal government complaint, it had actually already put safeguards in location to secure information. Since then, it has actually enhanced privacy and information security and will keep investing in security programs, the business stated.

But the FTC alleged in its problem that after news reports of Uber staff members improperly accessing consumer data, the business issued a statement in November of 2014 that it had a stringent policy forbiding staff members from seeing the data other than for genuine business purposes. The company likewise stated worker gain access to would be carefully kept track of.

But Uber stopped utilizing a tracking system less than a year later and for 9 months, hardly ever monitored access to consumer and motorist info.

Likewise, Uber claimed that data was firmly kept in its databases, however a burglar gained access to chauffeur data in May of 2014, including 100,000 names and driver’s license numbers, the complaint stated.

“The FTC alleges that Uber did not take reasonable, low-cost measures that might have assisted the business prevent the breach,” the FTC statement stated.

To settle the complaint, Uber agreed to stop misrepresenting how it keeps an eye on access to customer details and to stop misrepresenting how it secures the information, the FTC stated. Uber Technologies Inc. also accepted put a program in place to protect client privacy. It likewise should do an audit every 2 years for the next 20 years to make sure the personal privacy program stays in place.

The FTC voted 2-0 to accept the agreement. The general public will be able to comment for Thirty Days, after which a final decision will be made.

Uber stated it employed its very first chief gatekeeper in 2015 and now has hundreds of employees who work to safeguard consumer information. “This settlement offers an opportunity to deal with the FTC to more validate that our programs protect user privacy and personal info,” a business statement said.

The settlement comes as the world’s biggest ride-hailing business aims to recuperate from a series of costly mistakes this year that damaged its credibility and forced out combative CEO Travis Kalanick. Many riders erased Uber’s app after it aimed to capitalize on a New York cabby strike in demonstration of federal government immigration policies. Then a female previous Uber engineer published a blog detailing sexual harassment at the company. That resulted in Uber’s hiring of 2 law practice to examine, and the firings of 20 people consisting of some managers. The business states it has actually increased the size of its personnels department and is working to change its culture.

Male who pushed 2 kids into a swimming pool: “” Thought it was an amusing thing to do””.

A 58-year-old Macon, Georgia man has been arrested and charged with two counts of child abuse after he pushed a four year old and an eight year old into a pool on Sunday, June 18. Photo: OCSO.A 58-year-old Macon, Georgia guy has actually been jailed and accuseded of 2 counts of kid abuse after he pressed a four year old and a 8 years of age into a pool on Sunday, June 18. Image: OCSO.

A 58-year-old Macon, Georgia guy has actually been apprehended and accuseded of 2 counts of kid abuse after he pressed

a four years of age and an eight year old into a pool on Sunday, June 18. Image: OCSO. OKALOOSA, FLA. (WALA )- A Georgia male who thought it would be amusing to press a four years of age and an eight year old into a pool at a Destin resort is now accuseded of two counts of kid abuse. Bruce McCarty Johnson 58, of Macon,

Ga. was at the Pelican Beach Resort, 1002 East Highway 98, when he strolled behind the two ladies and pressed them both into the water Sunday, June 18, around 4 p.m. The four years of age did not know how to swim and was having a hard time to stay above the water when a female traveler from Colorado leapt in to rescue her.

Officials say Johnson did not know the two victims nor their member of the family. All content © 2017, WALA; Mobile, AL. (A Meredith Corporation Station). All Rights Scheduled.