Get RaceView PC at reduced, half-season rate

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Did this NFL Christmas graphic predict the 49ers and Chiefs would be in the Super Bowl?

first_imgReddit user tom2727 discovered that in the graphic (seen below), the only two players wearing game pants in the photo are Patrick Mahomes and George Kittle. Everyone else (aside from Gardner Minshew) appears to be wearing sweatpants.From the NFL family to yours…MERRY CHRISTMAS! 🎅🎄🎁 pic.twitter.com/5YVmqpo22g— NFL (@NFL) December 25, 2019MORE: SN predicts Super Bowl 54 winnerHowever, as someone else noted in the comments section, it does look like Cowboys QB Dak Prescott is wearing game pants as well, although it’s difficult to see. But tom2727’s heart was in the right place, because there is something else that only Mahomes and Kittle are doing:  Mahomes and Kittle are the only two playing with dogs. A graphic made by the NFL’s social team to celebrate Christmas may have predicted the eventual Super Bowl matchup.As we now know, the 49ers and Chiefs will meet in Super Bowl 54. But if we had paid close attention to this graphic made on Christmas, we all could have bet on the 49ers and Chiefs making it to the big game. Let us explain. (NFL / Twitter) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/17/d5/chiefs-49ers-nfl_obkeuufttkgm1opagvl2ycy2f.png?t=-936935265&w=500&quality=80 Coincidence? Yeah, probably.But it’s still interesting. And it will probably fuel conspiracy theorists who believe the NFL is scripted. If that is the case, then is there anything else we can take away from this graphic? Here’s some more information from Reddit user creepy_robot:Above Mahomes is Henry of the Titans who is number 22 and is holding 12 cookies. The Chiefs have been to the playoffs 22 times and won the division 12 times. Above Kittle is Rodgers who the played in the NFCCG. In front of Rodgers is 4 lit candles. The Packers have won 4 SBs. Above Kittle is 4 stockings. The 49ers had 4 TDs in their championship game.But can we tell who is going to win the big game?Kittle is the only one opening a present, so maybe that signifies the 49ers getting the ultimate gift of a Super Bowl win. It most definitely doesn’t, but it’s fun to speculate.last_img read more

Report Finds Parental Monitoring Software May Carry Privacy and Liability Risks

first_imgaudrey watters Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostingcenter_img A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#NYT#privacy#web Parents who use anti-bullying and anti-sexting software to monitor their children’s online activities may be giving up family privacy and increasing their personal liability, according to the group School Safety Partners. The group, which aims to help support best practices for online safety, says that parents may be unaware of the ways in which the Terms of Service of child monitoring software companies dictate how personal information that’s monitored is used.The company at the heart of School Safety Partners’ report is MouseMail.com, an anti-sexting and anti-bullying company that’s being promoted by stockholder and former U.S. Secretary of Education William Bennett. Parents who register with MouseMail may not realize, say School Safety Partners, that they are granting the software the right to publish all private messages and photos that their families transmit through the system. Furthermore, even though parents can cancel the service at any time, MouseMail still retains rights to users’ content.Terms of ServiceThese rights are part of the 5,500-word Terms of Service that parents agree to when they sign up for a MouseMail account. Clause 17 states:“With respect to any Content or User Content that You upload to the Service or transmit through the Service, You hereby grant Safe Communications, Inc. a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, publically perform, publicly display, and distribute that Content and User Content, the subject of the Content and other data. This license specifically survives termination of your account and is subject to our Privacy Policy.” Law Enforcement NotificationSchool Safety Partners cautions parents about these monitoring services, and not just for these privacy matters. While many parents opt to use monitoring software in order to have an early notification system, if you will, for online dangers, School Safety Partners notes that this doesn’t mean that problems it finds will get to be resolved by parents. MouseMail reserves the right to turn over any personal information or messages to law enforcement agencies without first notifying parents or children.These clauses are typical in the industry, according to School Safety Partners, which has examined the Terms of Service and privacy policies of dozens of similar software companies. And as is standard TOS language, they almost all reserve the right to change any of their terms or policies at any time without notice.Monitoring children’s online activities is complex and overwhelming – particularly when you consider the volume of messages that children send. But School Safety Partners encourages parents to think carefully about monitoring services and to ask themselves questions about privacy, storage and notification. Does the service provider acquire all rights to publish my family’s private messages? Will my family’s private information be accessible for investigations centered around other families?And finally, should we all start paying a lot closer attention when we click “I agree” to Terms of Service? Photo by Alan Cheaverlast_img read more

Resource Discovery: The Power of Empathy

first_imgThis post was written by Kacy Mixon, PhD, LMFT, Social Media Specialist. She is a member of the MFLN Family Development (FD) team which aims to support the development of professionals working with military families. Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network FD concentration on our website, on Facebook, on Twitter, YouTube, and on LinkedIn. By Kacy Mixon, PhD, LMFT Resource Discovery-Today’s “Resource Discovery” features a video that offers insight into the power of empathy. The animated RSA Shorts video highlights a portion of a presentation that researcher and story teller, Dr. Brené Brown, gave. Dr. Brown’s discussion not only distinguishes between empathy and sympathy but also explores how the use of empathy can ease pain and suffering. The animation was created by Katy Davis.Brown, B. (2015). Photo of brene brown. The Daring Way LLC. Retrieved from http://thedaringway.com/Dr. Brown is a licensed master social worker, best selling author and research professor at the University of Houston (Graduate College of Social work). Her research on vulnerability, courage, shame and worthiness has been featured on PBS, NPR, CNN, and the OWN network. She is also the founder and Chief Learning and Research Officer of The Daring Way, a training and certification program for helping professionals that are interested in Dr. Brown’s research initiatives. Her 2010 TEDx Houston talk on the Power of Vulnerability is one of the most widely viewed talks on TED.com with over 12 million views. She is also known for her 2012 TED Conference talk, Listening to Shame.last_img read more