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  1. Thank you for reporting this issue i will pass this report forward to daredevil if anyone know what this caused and how to fix this it will be him again thanks for reporting !
  2. damn westworld season 2 started what a damn damn good serie

  3. DFighter

    ET Server Suggestion Desertors

    no idea either perhaps he ment the layout of his post i think its that
  4. Swedish DJ Avicii, one of the world's biggest dance music stars, has died in Oman at the age of 28. Avicii's club anthems include Wake Me Up, Hey Brother, and recently, Lonely Together with Rita Ora. His representative said in a statement: "It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii. "The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this difficult time." No cause of death was announced, and Avicii's representative said no further statements would be issued. The electronic dance music (EDM) star, who reportedly made $250,000 (£180,000) a night on tour, had struggled with some health issues in the past, having his gall bladder and appendix removed in 2014. He announced his retirement from touring in 2016, partly because of the health problems. "I know I am blessed to be able to travel all around the world and perform, but I have too little left for the life of a real person behind the artist," he said at the time. more info tweets and source: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-43841194
  5. DFighter

    I can't join other server F A

    can you make a printscreen of the file / error and post that ?
  6. damn its hot 30 degrees in half april a new record 

  7. DFighter

    Hello everybody!

    Great to see you found our forum if you need some help for making your apply feel free to pm me
  8. The long-awaited new Russian presidential car has passed crash tests and is set to become the regular mode of transport for Vladimir Putin, the Russian Industry and Trade minister said. Russia has been developing several cars meant for senior officials and their guard details under the “Kortezh” project since 2012. The project is a matter of prestige for Moscow, which wants to show that it is capable of domestically producing automobiles with the highest level of security, reliability and design Models of cars designed under the project "Cortege" displayed at the Central Scientific Research Automobile and Engine Institute. © Sergey Subbotin According to Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov, the limousine intended for senior Russian officials will be ready for everyday use later this year. The vehicle recently passed crash tests and the results were “positive,” the minister told Izvestia newspaper “The technologies and know-how we developed under this project are effective. The car will soon be presented to the public. Specialists will be able to take a look during the Moscow international automobile salon this autumn,” he said. Manturov said he doubted that Putin had time for a preview of his future car, and the minister refrained from promising that the limousine would be used during the upcoming presidential inauguration ceremony in May. “The cars for trial will be delivered on time before the end of April,” he said. “I hope [the president] will start using this vehicle very soon.” Soviet leaders used domestically produced cars like the ZIL-41047 for official state purposes, but from 1991 the Kremlin began to purchase German cars for its fleet. The Kortezh project is aimed at replacing those with cars designed and produced in Russia, gradually increasing the share of domestically manufactured parts used for them. According to media reports, a total of 14 cars have been delivered to the Kremlin garage so far. Starting next year, Kortezh-series cars will be offered to other governments for purchase. Source: https://www.rt.com/news/424472-putin-car-crash-test/
  9. Facebook has started asking European and Canadian users to let it use facial recognition technology to identify them in photos and videos. Facebook originally began face-matching users outside Canada in 2011, but stopped doing so for EU citizens the following year after protests from regulators and privacy campaigners. The new request is one of several opt-in permissions being rolled out in advance of a new data privacy law. The move is likely to be controversial. The company is currently embroiled in a privacy scandal related to the use of its members' personal information by the political consultancy Cambridge Analytica. The social network is also facing a class-action lawsuit in the US for deploying the facial recognition technology there without users' explicit consent. "Biometric identification and tracking across the billions of photos on the platform exacerbates serious privacy risks to users," commented Silkie Carlo, director of UK civil liberties group Big Brother Watch. "Facebook now has a duty to prove it has learned how to respect the law, not to prove it can take its surveillance capabilities to new depths." Facebook facial recognition faces class-action suit Will technology destroy our democracy? University saw 'no issue' with Facebook research Users outside the EU and Canada will be prompted to review a similar set of privacy controls in the coming months, but they will continue to be subject to facial recognition unless they opt out of the system. The facial recognition facility works by assigning each user a unique number called a template. This is calculated by analysing the way they look in their profile photograph and other images they have already been identified in. Untagged faces are then represented in a similar manner and compared to the database of templates. When a match is found, Facebook prompts both the person posting an image and the people appearing in it to apply the relevant name tags. In addition, it uses the tech to detect when a scammer is attempting to use a stolen photo as their profile picture. It also helps Facebook to offer new "friends" suggestions. When new connections are made, users have more reason to spend longer on Facebook's app and website. This lets the firm show them more adverts while also helping it learn more about their interests, which in turn lets it better target future ads. Pre-ticked boxes The new settings are being deployed ahead of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on 25 May. The law tightens existing privacy rules, forbids the use of pre-ticked boxes for consent, and increases the amount organisations can be fined for non-compliance. Image caption Users can either agree to face recognition with a single button press or click through other pages to be given the choice of refusing Under the new system, users click a single button saying "accept and continue" to turn on face recognition, but have to delve deeper into the "manage data setting" options to confirm they want it turned off. As has previously been the case, Facebook will not include under-18s in its face-matching database. And it has said that if users opt in but subsequently change their minds, it will delete their face templates, making further matches impossible. Even so, the data watchdog involved has yet to sign off on the proposal. "There are a number of outstanding issues on which we await further responses from Facebook," Ireland's data protection commissioner told the BBC. "In particular, the Irish DPC is querying the technology around facial recognition and whether Facebook needs to scan all faces - ie those without consent as well - to use the facial recognition technology. "The issue of compliance of this feature with GDPR is therefore not settled at this point." Sensitive data Facebook will initially present the new settings pages to EU citizens before rolling versions out worldwide Facebook will also be asking for the following consent to meet its new obligations: if a member has added information about their religious views, political beliefs or sexuality, they will be asked whether they agree to continue allowing that information to be displayed to others and whether they permit Facebook to use the data to provide personalised recommendations users will be asked if they authorise data gathered from elsewhere - including third-party websites and apps - to be used to pick which ads are shown to them on Facebook and Instagram Under GDPR, children are also afforded added protections, which the EU's members can decide to limit to those under 13 or extend to those under 16. Facebook already bans under-13s from being members. But in affected countries, it will now ask under-16s for the permission of a parent or guardian to: show adverts based on their interests include their religious and political views in their profiles allow them to express their sexuality by registering whether they are "interested in" men, women or both To do this, the firm will either require them to send a permission request via Facebook itself or provide an email address that the older party can be reached at. In the case of the latter, the company has confirmed that it will rely on the youngsters to provide an accurate address and does not plan its own identity checks. source: http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-43797128
  10. DFighter


    yeah jay1 is back online almost 90 min sofar so good
  11. DFighter


    my ping went almost down with 50 great that the server is re located to jersey that will help a lot of eu people with a better connection
  12. DFighter

    Butters came back alive from fishing...

    Only 1 fish ? looks great though It start to itch right away at my balls and feeling to go fishing myself too again
  13. Oke it's not Feyenoord but Psv winning the Dutch title after humiliating ajax is a nice touch to the season :D