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Sometimes, it is very daunting for you to keep your social media account safe as many of cyber attacks take place these days. Facebook customer care helps you to make your Facebook error free. You can get to know about knowhow by using Facebook Customer Service Number 1-855-479-3999where our experienced technicians will let you know everything about the fixing any kind of problems in no
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Dell Printer Support - If you need to Dell Printer Support phone Number having any kind of problems regarding your Dell Printer Install and wireless setup for dell printer you can call us on +1-888-224-2126.
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The enlargement of the prostate gland compresses the urethra and so obstructs the urine flow. Symptoms include the following. Hesitancy: difficulty starting the urine flow, even when the bladder feels full. A weak or interrupted urinary stream. Incomplete emptying: a feeling the bladder is not completely empty after passing urine. Frequency: a need to urinate often during the day and during the night. Increased need to urinate in the night is usually a very early symptom. Urgency: a need to urinate right away. Some men may experience involuntary discharge of urine (known as urge incontinence). Dribbling of urine after urination. This is known as terminal dribbling. Dysuria: a burning sensation or pain during urination. Different men get different symptoms – the symptoms may also vary with each individual throughout the course of the disease. It's important to emphasise that the above symptoms do not necessarily prove that the prostate is enlarged. Other diseases may cause similar symptoms. Men with problems urinating should always see their doctor.
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BSA Launches Educational Video to Expose Dangers of Online Auction Shopping and Provide Consumer Tips Washington, D.C., (November 15, 2006) /PRNewswire/ -- A new survey conducted by Forrester Research on behalf of the Business Software Alliance (BSA) reveals that consumers are concerned with the safety and security of online auction shopping, particularly as it relates to the purchase of software. In the past 12 months, nearly one-third of online consumers have purchased software from a retailer site. The growing demand for software and the anonymity of online shopping has created a potential environment for fraudulent sellers to peddle pirated software. According to the survey, one in five U.S. consumers who have purchased software over the past 12 months has experienced some kind of problem. Of those who had issues, 53% received software that was not what they ordered, 36% reported the software did not work, 14% immediately realized the software was pirated and 12% never received the product. "The Internet is proliferated with individuals selling pirated software to unsuspecting consumers, and consumers who purchase software or any other product from online auction sites or through email promotions run a high risk of receiving a pirated good," stated Neil MacBride, BSA's Vice President of Legal Affairs. "It's pertinent that consumers are aware of the dangers of shopping at unknown websites or auctions sites and take the necessary precautions to protect themselves from these risks, especially during the busy holiday shopping season." To help individuals avoid purchasing fraudulent software online, BSA has developed a 5-minute educational video -“ including rare interviews with a convicted software pirate sentenced to six years in federal prison; a victim of online auction software fraud; a high-ranking Department of Justice official; a BSA spokesperson; and helpful tips on how to prevent against consumer fraud. The video educates consumers about safe online shopping while alerting potential sellers of the serious legal consequences to software piracy. In addition, there are several risks involved with users purchasing pirated software: they may not receive upgrades, technical support, manuals or documentation if the software purchased is pirated. There is no assurance of quality or reliability of the software, and consumers expose their network to viruses and security breaches. Purchasing on an unofficial website allows your personal information to be sent to an unknown person, inviting a potential criminal into your lives. According to Danny Ferrer, the convicted software pirate featured in the BSA video, "When someone came to our site they would make their purchases online, with either a credit card or a debit card, which means that now, the person you are buying pirated software from has your credit card or debit information." Ferrer, 36, is the former owner of www.BuysUSA****, a large for-profit software piracy website which was taken down in October 2005 by law enforcement agents. Ferrer admitted that he defrauded customers out of more than $4.1 million of copyrighted software resulting in losses to the copyright owners of nearly $20 million. He is scheduled to begin his sentence on November 20.
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Compared to more established business locations, simply doing business in emerging economies isn't always a clear cut process. Legal requirements, for example, often differ between locations and are prone to constant change. You need to talk to the people who know what to expect because getting good advice can be crucial to your survival. In this forthcoming instalment, emerging economies experts Frederique Schillern, COO Asia Pacific, Equity Trust, and Ian Coleman Partner, Head of emerging markets, PricewaterhouseCoopers UK, speak candidly about the kinds of problems that can arise if you launch straight into operation without seeking experienced expert advice. Good advice is key to keeping your investments safe - find out why by watching the full length show soon at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****
6 Jun 2008
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After a huge show last week, this week’s a bit shorter but still chock full of Battlefield Heroes news! Cars too small to be realistic, sounds hokey but also kind of fun. Bad Company is officially delayed though not as much as people might think upon first review, and Battlefield’s ranked servers have been hacked causing all kinds of problems. Mod Updates and meaty Frappr shoutouts complete this 30 minute episode of the Battlefield Podcast. Enjoy!
5 Jul 2008
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In this business tv show, emerging economies experts Frederique Schillern, COO Asia Pacific, Equity Trust, and Ian Coleman Partner, Head of emerging markets, PricewaterhouseCoopers UK, speak candidly about the kinds of problems that can arise if you launch straight into operation without seeking experienced expert advice. Frederique Schillern: China continues to be complex and non transparent, I think those are the two major things that make doing business in China difficult. The complexity is a terms, it’s basically because their legislative and regulatory framework is in continual state of flux. They’re trying to improve it, you know it’s not something that is bad necessarily but it means keeping up with what is happening is very, very hard and then the lack of transparency is, they still have a very bureaucratic old style structure and legislations in even within one city won’t be the same from district to district to district. Ian Coleman: Well companies that are looking at emerging markets often ask ‘what is the right point of call to get support and advice in an endeavour that is new to them’ and I think getting an appropriate professional advisor involved in a very early stage in that process can often be advantageous. I guess you’d expect me to say that wouldn’t you, but we have real tangible evidence of working with clients where a thorough do diligence exercise can identify problems before you’ve got to the stage of commitment where embedding from the start appropriate governments practices avoid the risks exposure to fine script practices actions and other kinds of acts that can be hugely damaging. Frederique Schillern: Get decent advice; do you analysis of where you should be, if you should do it by yourself, if you should do it with someone. Get advice from someone who’s on the spot, this is what the law says in general but here they will implement it like that and next door they will implement it there and nothing that is black and white is really black and white, it’s all a little bit grey mostly. See more business news television shows featuring these experts, as they give their top expert business advice at *******www.yourbusinesschannel**** Find out more about the very latest show releases, as well as other yourBusinessChannel news by visiting our blog at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/blog.aspx
14 Aug 2008
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More expert business advice from Paul George from the Business Families Team at PricewaterhouseCoopers, as he gives examples of the kinds of problems family business face, and effective ways to deal with them: “There are obviously some different roles here and that can cause some different situations, difficult situations. I mean I think one leader of a fabulous UK business said to me the other day is the one thing you always have to remember is he’s married to the mother of his managing director and difficult decisions always have to be made. I think one family business leader told me he found it a big break through in his family relationships when he’d worked out that raising performance issues over the family Christmas dinner was probably not a good way to behave. Yeah this stuff is difficult, this stuff is difficult and it has to be managed I think those who do it well are very rigorous about separating the different roles they play, about doing business especially the hard parts of business and difficult discussions in the right environment, in the office at the right time but this is not easy stuff and more generally if you look at some of the retorts about benefits of the family businesses some of the big problems in family business can come where family dynamics do go wrong, where there a problems within the family and it also easy for that to spill over, down into the business. Typically these are relatively non-political organisations, providing that the family is getting on well, can become enormously political if there is a problem within the family. I think one of the key things is to have some clarity and structure around what the deal is. What the deal is within the family about the relationship with the business so at the sort of simplest level I think best practices for family owning businesses to have clarity about, you’re a shareholder, what are your rights in terms of getting involved in the business, can you turn up and view and if so when, can you work in the business, if so what experience do you have to get first, so its getting all that clear and understood I think is important and I think having a thought through process for making sure that the family are communicating with each other and people are getting together maybe once a year to have a serious discussion about what’s going on in the business and those not working in the business are not being excluded are also very important. So like so much of this stuff where there’s complexity putting a bit of structure around it helps enormously but again this is never going to be simple. This is real people we’re talking about and real families and we know that’s not simple.” See more business news television shows from Paul George, as he gives his top expert business advice at *******www.yourbusinesschannel**** Find out more about the very latest show releases, as well as other yourBusinessChannel news by visiting our blog at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/blog.aspx
27 Oct 2008
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5 Sep 2008
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On September 3, 2008, George Norey the host of Coast to Coast which is heard in the US on over 500 Stations and through out the world, interviewed Steve Qualye. The bottom line is that Russia has given NATO 21 DAYS to Exit the Black Sea. Could this be the start of something big? Could this postpone the USA Election? There is so much more I could write but I will let the video stand for itself. This is a serious warning and could create all kinds of problems world wide. The US Government will be "technically" Bankrupt as of September 30th, so we will see. Please feel free to down load this video, post it on your own channel, rate it and send it on. Blessings to all of you who have subscribed and believe in individual from. Cheers for now, From the Southern Hemisphere. You know, the God zone, in New Zealand. Here is what the news said today about what is happening.....(no this is not a US report, they only have entertainment in the US, no real news). A US Navy flagship carrying humanitarian aid yesterday steamed into a Georgian port where Russian troops are still stationed, stoking tensions once again in the tinderbox Caucasus region. A previous trip by US warships was cancelled at the last minute a week ago amid fears that an armed stand-off could intensify in the Black Sea port of Poti. The arrival of the USS Mount Whitney, flagship of the 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean, came as Moscow accused Dick Cheney, the hawkish US Vice-President, of stoking tensions during a visit to Tbilisi this week. After meeting President Saakashvili, Mr Cheney vowed to bring Georgia into the Nato alliance. Russia sees such moves as Western encroachment on its traditional sphere of influence. Russia's leaders have accused previous US warships that docked at the port of Batumi, to the south, of delivering weapons to re-arm the smashed Georgian military — charges that Washington denied. Related Links * Cheney delivers warning to Moscow * Britain values unity in Nato over Georgia * Georgia linked to Nato early warning system While Russia again questioned the deployment of what it described as "the number one ship of its type in the US Navy" in the Black Sea, it said that it planned no military action in response. The Russian Army has kept a small component of soldiers in Poti, where Georgian officials accuse them of looting port authority buildings. "Naval ships of that class can hardly deliver a large amount of aid," said Andrei Nesterenko, a Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman. "Such ships have a hold for keeping provisions for the crew and items needed for sailing. How many tonnes of aid can a ship of that type deliver?" He said that the presence of US warships could contravene international conventions governing shipping in the Black Sea, and in particular restrictions on the entry of naval ships from countries that do not share a Black Sea coastline. The small Russian garrison in Poti would pose no military threat to a vessel like the Mount Whitney, but the proximity of two hostile forces in such a fraught environment set the political temperature rising again in the Caucasus a month after Russia's five-day war with Georgia. Moscow, which followed up its crushing military defeat of Georgia by unilaterally recognising two of its breakaway provinces, South Ossetia and Abkhazia, was angry that Mr Cheney still insisted on Georgia's entrance into the Atlantic alliance — something several key Nato members oppose. "The new promises to Tbilisi relating to the speedy membership of Nato strengthen the Saakashvili regime's dangerous feeling of impunity and encourages its dangerous ambitions," said Mr Nesterenko. Visiting Kiev, the Ukrainian capital yesterday, Mr Cheney kept up his tough anti-Russian rhetoric when he urged Ukraine's squabbling pro-Western leaders to unite in the face of threats to the country's security. He met President Yushchenko and Yuliya Tymoshenko, the Prime Minister, and told them that Ukraine's best hope was to be "united with other democracies". Mr Yushchenko has accused his former Orange Revolution ally of siding with Russia in the war with Georgia, an allegation she denies. The split led to the collapse of Ukraine's coalition Government on Tuesday. After endorsing Georgia's application, Mr Cheney said that the US was also committed to Ukraine's membership of Nato. Konstantin Kosachyov, head of the foreign affairs committee in Russia's lower house, accused Mr Cheney of forging an "anti-Russian axis".
15 Sep 2008
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