Facebook destroying its social license by restricting Australian news content

first_imgFacebook destroying its social license by restricting Australian news content Australia Institute“Facebook’s decision to prevent users viewing or sharing public interest journalism will make it a weaker social network,” said Peter Lewis, director of the Australia Institute’s Centre for Responsible Technology.“The social network is destroying its social license to operate. Facebook actions mean the company’s failures in privacy, disinformation, and data protection will require a bigger push for stronger government regulation.“Without fact-based news to anchor it, Facebook will become little more than cute cats and conspiracy theories.“At a time when the importance of facts in dealing with a global health crisis are critical, Facebook’s decision is arrogant, reckless, and dangerous.“For years Facebook has been holding back against valuing facts and taking accountability for what their network promotes.“It has honed advertising models that excite, enrage, and divide its users and fails to recognise the benefits of anchoring its network in ethically-curated news content.“If Facebook determines to treat Australians with such contempt, Australians should respond by ending its use of Facebook and using alternate ways to connect online.” /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Australia, Australia Institute, Australian, conspiracy, crisis, director, Facebook, global health, Government, Internet, online, public interest, regulation, technologylast_img read more

Campbell’s Soup Removes BPA From its Cans

first_img“Our priority throughout this transition has been, and will continue to be, food safety,” said Mike Mulshine, Senior Program Manager, Packaging. “We have tested and conducted trials with hundreds of alternatives to BPA lining and believe the acrylic and polyester options will ensure our food remains safe, affordable and tastes great.”The products that will be packaged in non-BPA lined cans include all varieties of Campbell’s soups and gravies, Swanson broth and SpaghettiOs pasta. The company is on track to have 75 percent of its soup portfolio in non-BPA lined cans by December 2016. The company is also currently testing alternatives to BPA coatings used on other packaging, including aluminum cans used for V8 beverages and metal screw top lids on glass jars. The company is on track to transition these products to a non-BPA solution by the middle of 2017.CHECK OUT: Maker of OFF! Donates $15M and Cuts Price to Help People Avoid Zika VirusCampbell is convinced BPA is one of the safest packaging options in the world, citing extensive scientific studies and regulations by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and many international regulatory agencies.The widely used synthetic compound has been in commercial use since 1957. BPA exhibits hormone-like properties that raise concern about its suitability in some consumer products and food containers. Since 2008, several governments have investigated its safety, which prompted some retailers to withdraw some products, but never found enough evidence to ban the substance. However, the FDA in the US, the European Union and Canada have all banned BPA use in baby bottles, based on uncertainties.RELATED: How Big Chains From Walmart to H&M Are Cleaning Up ChemicalsThe Endocrine Society said in 2015 that the results of ongoing laboratory research gave grounds for concern about the potential hazards of endocrine-disrupting chemicals – including BPA – in the environment, and that on the basis of the precautionary principle these substances should continue to be assessed and tightly regulated.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreCampbell Soup Company announced last week a plan to phase out cans that are lined with BPA (Bisphenol A).The company has already begun using cans with linings made from acrylic or polyester materials and will continue to introduce the new linings across the U.S. and Canadian until the transition is complete in mid-2017.Campbell first announced its intention to move away from BPA linings in February 2012, in response to consumer feedback. Since then, Campbell has tested hundreds of alternatives. As the company has stated previously, the transition faced a number of technical challenges. This included identifying linings that would ensure the safety of more than 600 different recipes, such as its tomato-based products, which are naturally acidic and can react with some linings over time.CHECK OUT: Starbucks to Give 5 Million Free Meals to the Hungry This Yearlast_img read more

Forums to focus on stimulating Vermont’s climate change economy: Rutland, Burlington, Brattleboro

first_imgVermont Business Magazine Area businesses and nonprofits are increasingly involved with climate change–both its challenges and opportunities. Their creative solutions are becoming a growing part of our state’s economy. The Vermont Council on Rural Development (VCRD) is holding 3 public forums to hear from people already adapting and growing businesses that lower Vermont’s carbon impact and to gather ideas from the public on how to nurture this emerging field. The forums, entitled What’s Next for Vermont’s Climate Change Economy? will take place from 7-9pm at Rutland’s Paramount Theater on August 26, Contois Auditorium in Burlington on September 17, and the Latchis Theater in Brattleboro on October 6.The forums are the next step for public input to the Vermont Climate Change Economy Council. This group, formed following a statewide Summit in February, is developing a practical plan to reduce carbon emissions and stimulate green economic development in Vermont. The panelists will include local business leaders and elected officials.The Summit focused on economic development in a time of climate change, including transportation, education, investment strategies, downtown redevelopment, tourism, and efficiency. The report, which provides excellent background material for the forum, is online at vtrural.org/programs/summits/2015-climate-economy-report(link is external)“We have an opportunity to lead in the climate economy, attract and nurture entrepreneurism, build on the VT brand, and support the future prosperity of our communities,” explains VCRD Executive Director Paul Costello. “The forums will bring Vermonters together to share their ideas about how to advance the state’s economic future.”Everyone is encouraged to attend, listen, and share ideas. More information about the forum and the Council can be found through VCRD’s home page at vtrural.org(link is external).The Vermont Council on Rural Development is a non-profit organization charged by the federal farm bill to act as a neutral convener at both the local and policy level supporting the progress of Vermont communities. VCRD will promote the platform of action that comes from the deliberations of Summit participants.Past VCRD policy efforts have supported progress in issues ranging from wood products to downtown revitalization, rural energy development, the digital economy, and Vermont’s working landscape. VCRD produced the most extensive evaluation of Vermont values and priorities in a generation when it led the Council on the Future of Vermont in 2009.Source: Vermont Council on Rural Development. 7.14.2015last_img read more

Gould’s run in Poland comes to an end

first_imgMartin Gould missed out on a place in the quarter-finals of the Gdynia Open in Poland, suffering a 4-2 defeat against Jimmy Robertson.World number 24 Gould had moved in to the last 16 in impressive fashion, with wins over Gerard Greene, Fergal O’Brien and Mitchell Travis on Friday.But the 33-year-old from Pinner was unable to find his best form on Sunday, despite taking a 2-1 lead.AdChoices广告World number 46 Robertson hit a break of 66 to go ahead before Gould fought back in two scrappy frames that followed.But Robertson levelled the scores at 2-2, took the fifth frame with his second break of 60-plus (68) and closed out victory in a tight sixth frame. See also:Gould glad to be back after tough spellTwo tons earn Gould progress in Poland Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Steph Curry Escapes Death by the Whiskers

first_imgTwo-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry escaped serious injury Friday morning after being involved in a multi-car smash while en route to the Golden State Warriors’ practice facility.US media reported that the Warriors guard was westbound at around 9 am local time when his black Porsche Panamera collided with two other vehicles, damaging both the front and back end of his vehicle.An Oakland television station reported a California Highway Patrol spokesman as saying a Lexus car spun out on the freeway and collided with the front of the Porsche before a second car rear-ended it.Curry’s sports car suffered major front-end damage. But he was not hurt and eventually made it to the Warriors’ morning practice and said he was fine.Curry expressed his appreciation for concerns about his well being on his Twitter handle saying: “Don’t need any reminders but All the Time God is Great and God is Great all the time! Appreciate all the texts,” Curry wrote on his Twitter account.Police said the wet weather was likely a factor and that no charges have been laid.Curry will not play in Friday’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers as he continues to recover from an injury to his left groin.Relatedlast_img read more

Who is Anna Woolhouse? Presenter and face of Sky Sports boxing coverage of Joshua vs Ruiz 2

first_imgSTUNNING Sky Sports presenter Anna Woolhouse continues to wow fans as lead boxing presenter.Host Anna has become a main fixture of Sky Sport’s boxing coverage.FIGHT NIGHT LIVE Follow ALL of the latest updates from Joshua vs Ruiz 2Anna will be hosting Sky’s boxing coverageHere Anna Woolhouse stands with one of Eddie Hearn’s (right) next big prospects Lawrence Okolie (left)Credit: Instagram @woolyanna1Credit: Instagram @woolyanna1Who is Anna Woolhouse?Born in Market Deeping in 1984, Anna graduated from Leeds University where she achieved a BA Honours degree in music.She then gained a post-graduate degree in broadcast journalism and pursued a career in the media. Anna began her career in radio, before she joined Sky Sports.She has also presented Netball, Ice Hockey and F1 shows.Anna Woolhouse covered Kell Brook vs Errol Spence Jnr in Sheffield, with Tony Bellew and Anthony Joshua in attendanceCredit: Instagram @woolyanna1Credit: Instagram @woolyanna1Anna Woolhouse has become a huge asset to Sky Sport’s boxing coverage at home and abroadFollowing the Haye vs Bellew fight, Woolhouse fronted Sky Sports’ coverage of Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir KlitschkoCredit: Instagram @woolyanna1The former Sky Sports News presenter has become a big fan with boxing TV viewersCredit: Instagram @woolyanna1 People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Funny Moments Of Football 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures!center_img Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! Source: Boxing – thesun.co.uklast_img read more

Minister by motorbike in Soweto

first_img20 August 2010 Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk took a tour of Soweto with a difference on Thursday – as a guest of the Soweto Sopranos Bikers Club – to help encourage South Africans to “get out of their comfort zones” and start exploring some of the tourism “gems” of their own country. Riding two-up on a motorbike, Van Schalkwyk visited the Soweto Hotel, Orlando Towers, former president Nelson Mandela’s home in Vilakazi Street, and the Ipelegeng Community Centre in Jabavu.‘I’m a South Africa fan’ The tour was part of the launch of South African Tourism’s “I’m a South Africa fan” campaign, which encourages South Africans to “take a sho’t left” and to explore some of their own country’s tourism “gems”. “Through this campaign, we want to encourage people to get out of their comfort zones and begin to visit all our domestic tourist attraction destinations across the country,” Van Schalkwyk said. He urged people to visit the country’s famous townships, such as Atteridgeville, Mamelodi, Khayelitsha and Soshanguve, to experience the fun and the spirit of ubuntu. “The success of our industry is rooted in the participation of all South Africans in tourism. The best way for South Africans to be better and more welcoming hosts is to travel their own country, whether it is travelling from Cape Town to Johannesburg to watch a rugby or football match, or going on a family holiday. “This way you get to give praise where it is due, gauge service levels, and offer constructive criticism where it is warranted to improve service excellence in the industry.”‘Keep Flying’ The campaign encourages South Africans to continue flying the flag, cheering for their teams at sporting events, and being the welcoming, hospitable hosts they proved themselves to be during the 2010 Fifa World Cup. “By being the loudest and proudest of cheerleaders during the successful 2010 World Cup, we showcased how passionate South Africans are about all things sports and African,” Van Schalkwyk said. “It is thanks to sports that South Africa recently won the reputation as one of the world’s premier leisure destinations. And sports is one of the crucial elements of our tourism offering that will help ensure that this reputation endures and tourism continues to grow in order to make its vital contribution to the economy, job creation and development.” On Saturday, the Springboks meet the New Zealand All Blacks for their Tri-Nations rugby clash at the FNB Stadium – formerly Soccer City – outside Soweto. The minister encouraged the nation in general (and rugby fans in particular) to support the Boks in this important event.Soweto opens its heart to rugby fans “Soweto has opened its heart to rugby fans already. Now, as the Springboks play their first rugby match ever at the ‘Giant Calabash’, I am certain that this unique and fascinating part of Johannesburg is going to erupt again in national pride, patronage and support for the Springbok team. “Please do come early on Saturday so that you can taste and enjoy the great fare that Soweto has to offer.” SABC Sport presenter Walter Mokoena, who was also part of the tour on Thursday, told BuaNews that it was important for South Africans to know more about their country before they explored foreign countries. “This is a good initiative aimed at all of us to start moving around our own country before we go elsewhere,” Mokoena said. “When international tourists visit our country, we can take them to all these tourist attraction areas.”“More fun in your own backyard’ Sakhumzi Maqubela, the owner and founder of Sakhumzi Restaurant in Vilakazi Street, which is situated next to the old house of former president Nelson Mandela, said that before the Fifa World Cup he had 10 people working for him. During the global event, when the influx of both local and international tourists began to flock to his restaurant, he increased his staff to 48. He said that when the South African rugby team takes on New Zealand on Saturday, he will increase his staff to 70 people. “I fully support this initiative by the minister,” Maqubela said. “People are spending a lot of money travelling abroad to have fun, while they can get more entertainment in their backyards.” Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

Visualizing Last.fm’s Friends Network

first_imgA Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#Trends#web Related Posts sarah perez All this data was released on the Anonymous Prof’s blog yesterday, where you can find even more images and details. Next up, he plans on collecting the listening history of users in order to examine music listening patterns as they relate to the network. Visualization junkies will want to stay tuned for that. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Graphing the distribution of users to number of friends, it was clear that the majority of last.fm users only have a few friends: Last.fm, one of the web’s most popular recommendation and web radio services, provides their recommendations based on what “people like you” enjoy. This brings a social aspect to their system where friendships have an impact what people listen to. But what do these friendships look like? Are they localized groups having little contact with other users? Or do they actually span across the network of last.fm users? An academic blogger, Anonymous Prof, wanted to find out.Using the Tulip visualization package, he sampled 25,000 relationships out of a data set of 166,332 users pulled from last.fm with help from their API. From this data, he came up with 2310 seed users with 19,008 friends, resulting in 24,036 relationships and an average of 10.41 friends. From the resulting visual graph, it was clear that last.fm’s user network is actually very strong. Although there are some clusters of close friends, even those people have a lot of interconnectivity: Along the outside of the main network, he found users who either did not have connections within the main network or whose connections were missing because he was only looking at a sampling of users as opposed to the full network. Likely, it was a combination of both. Interestingly enough, even among these outlying users, they had smaller networks of their own: 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…last_img read more

In a World of Evolving Threats, Restaurants Receive a Much-Needed Assist

first_imgSponsored by the Restaurant Loss Prevention and Security AssociationFacing rapidly evolving threats and coming off a year ending with weak sales, loss prevention, safety, and risk practitioners in the restaurant industry face a mounting number of critical questions. Fortunately, they are getting a timely assist from the Restaurant Loss Prevention and Security Association (RLPSA).David JohnstonTo better meet the unique needs of its members, the association is embarking on new member initiatives, expanding conference offerings, and strengthening its ability to be a resource where members can find the answers they need. “We want the RLPSA to be much more than an annual conference,” said David Johnston, RLPSA president. “Over the years, it has continued to develop in ways so that the membership can connect with each other, formally and informally, to help it understand a lot of the issues that are happening today, those that are on the horizon, and how our profession changes into the future.”- Sponsor – In addition to a beefed-up annual conference, the association is adding RLPSA Connect events, a series of regional workshops. “We bring in speakers and hold discussions, most often in a certain geographical area that is having issues with some sort of loss prevention or safety concern,” explained Johnston. “We all sit down and we talk for the day—folks who come in regionally or nationally, law enforcement, and business leaders—and we address the challenges we have out there.”And there is no shortage of topics. All loss prevention verticals are facing emerging issues and tough questions but perhaps none more so than the restaurant industry. Topics such as:How can restaurants combat the mutating forms of payment fraud?What are restaurants doing to prepare for the possibility of an active shooter?How are brands successfully managing the complex franchise landscape with respect to loss prevention, safety, and risk?How are behavioral-based safety programs being leveraged to truly have an impact on the front lines?What tricks are departments using to communicate their team’s ROI to stay off the chopping block?Inherent in all these questions is the value of peer learning and experience sharing, which lies at the heart of the RLPSA. It provides a platform and specialized content to help restaurants increase the productivity and efficiency of their risk, safety, and loss prevention programs. “The RLPSA remains focused on maintaining a positive level of engagement between our membership,” said Johnston.Solution sharing is also reflected in the agenda for the upcoming annual conference, July 30 to August 2, in Las Vegas. In addition to expert keynotes representing law enforcement and intelligence communities, attendees will learn from their peers’ experiences, including how Chipotle maintained brand integrity through crisis, and receive first-hand solutions from representatives of BJ’s Restaurants, McDonald’s Domino’s, The Cheesecake Factory, and others.In addition to solutions for emerging challenges, the conference will feature an interactive general session dedicated to solving challenges that have long plagued the restaurant industry. Employee theft is one of those, as it continues to claim 4 to 6 percent of overall food cost. Given that restaurants operate on incredibly narrow margins, learning what solutions LP departments say they are finding effective is vital intelligence.While the annual conference remains the must-attend event, the association has made strides to provide expanded value throughout the year by adding depth to its content, holding regular membership discussions to facilitate engagement, and offering platforms for any member who wants to address his peers. “We have calls that are open to the entire membership, where anyone can lead a discussion on a topic,” explained Johnston.Two have already been held this year, one addressing the challenges related to mobile and digital fraud and another on smart safes and protecting stores against robberies. It’s a timely program, as data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics shows a trend away from robberies of banks toward robberies targeting “commercial houses,” a category that includes restaurants.The RLPSA has also opened the floor up to its providers of security solutions and gives its members the opportunity to learn about vendor’s latest technology. “We allow our solution-provider members to deliver webinars,” explained Johnston. “They can work with our team to produce the program, and our members can learn about some of the products that will help us solve problems.”Indeed, technology is another fast-moving aspect of the restaurant world—both in terms of new tools designed to help solve LP challenges and new restaurant technologies. Self-ordering kiosks, portable payment, integration of disparate technologies, data automation—emerging restaurant technology can have an impact on fraud and risk that may not always be considered in planning stages. “We just introduced a new tabletop payment system, which is essentially a little computer that allows customers to pay at the table,” explained an investigator for a company with several national restaurant brands. “And that has created a whole new set of potential issues.”RLPSA forums help members learn from their peers’ experiences implementing new technology and its annual conference puts the latest technology within arm’s reach—but in a way that educates rather than overwhelms. “One of the things we do is limit the number of solution providers to make sure that the exhibit hall is small enough so that we can engage as practitioners with the solution providers. And to also make sure that the solution providers have good one-on-one contact with attendees,” said Johnston.While positive engagement between members is still as its core, Johnston said the RLPSA is striving to evolve alongside the industry. It’s good news for restaurant loss prevention professionals who face a unique set of both traditional and emerging threats. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more

Earth Hour: Is it Time to Virtualize the Electrical Grid?

first_imgA Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Another Earth Hour has passed by this weekend. Electrical systems across the globe were shut down to observe, for an hour, that energy is precious. In this moment, we also acknowledge that as humanity, we have the power to do better for ourselves. One great thing about Earth Hour is the photos. If you haven’t yet, check out the brilliant photo essay at Boston.com on Earth Hour 2010. If you haven’t taken initiative to shut down your computer yet, read on to get a refresher on how better computing resource utilization creates a better world.Earth Hour Translates to Megahertz The link to energy and efficiency is clearly evident in the data center. Where electricity is bundled in time units, processing is calculated in megahertz. We can see how important the work is at Intel and others (AMD, IBM, Apple) to get higher processing per energy consumption at the core. In the data center, applications and processes drive resources, as well as flows of traffic from users. In a way solving the challenge of energy efficient data centers is where information management and physics collide.Higher utilization is the promise of server virtualization. However, like in many things, scaling up is harder than scaling down. The tricky part is the linkages across the network, storage. These configurations are where further opportunity exists to abstract the workload, infrastructure, and energy to orchestrate a flow of resources that turn off and on when needed. In this way, we wonder, will find ways to connect energy consumption to workload – and cost.Is Energy Social? We see a time in the future where personal computing is a utility, and the plug knows who we are. With smart homes, mobile computing, and personal health records, it has to be so.One thing that struck a note with us about Earth Hour is how easy it is to do locally. All you do is turn off the switch.In California, there is a very lively discussion on automated, or “smart” meters from the default electrical company, PGE. See (some) of the dialog on PGE’s smart meter site on Facebook. On one hand, having computerized meters gives the needed management to observe consumption in real-time and optimize the grid.On the other hand for many users, this type of oversight needs to be tied to consumer privacy and pricing. As shown with Earth Hour, there is an important social component and to giving back to the world, not just the shareholders. People question the intentions of a monopoly and as people we seem to get a better win with a simple, “Turn it Off” where we get a chance to contribute by ourselves.For us, Earth Hour represents people rallying for the future. Around the world, from Sidney to Singapore, Buenos Aires to Boston people are doing it because we are a people – not to support the systems. Here’s to hoping that someday we can all check in to Earth Hour in a way that turns off our gear, lights, and grids – if only for a moment. Location Matters. Huddling Up to Where its Warm Oregon’s has a lot of natural resources. From salmon, honey, and redwoods, to mobile technology, the state is blossoming like spring. One interesting trend are the massive data centers popping up out of the ground (like Facebook and Google) that have been placed close to energy resources. In several small towns in Oregon, modern high-density computing environments are being deployed next to the oldest technology for generating power, the dam. These services show that tariff’s and pricing do matter when it comes to energy and how it converts to the bottom line to the leaders in cloud computing.Computing Matters: A Few Green Guides Resources to ConsiderIntel: Seeing the Sensitivity of Server Refresh is an Intel internal review of ROI of pulling in newest versions of server technology and doing technology refreshes. Density does matter.VMware: This energy efficiency analysis walks us though the concepts of energy efficiency by pooling servers as virtual resources. The Gartner quote below us how serious energy is ties to computing costs. “Gartner estimates that over the next 5 years, most enterprise data centers will spend as much on energy (power and cooling) as they do on hardware infrastructure.” Even if all of the technology was free, energy would still a very significant expense in running a data center operation. VMware also shows that energy saving can be viral, or can expand into other areas of the corporate environment.Earth Hour is a Question, Not an AnswerOne of the best aspects of Earth Hour is that we know it won’t work for the real-time web. We aren’t ready to shut down the Internet, or data center. Instead, as technology leaders, we may be able to design systems that react and become more efficient. With time, perhaps the Internet at large will “go dark” for an hour or so per year in celebration.For us, Earth hour was a trigger to consider the impacts of energy and look at it as a system, instead of a free resource. We compiled a few questions for enterprise managers considering how to tie global movement and questions into the day job:Earth Hour has a .9% difference in the electrical grid in some areas. We know virtualization offers more. What number are you using in your enterprise for virtualization energy savings?How long will it take for electrical grids and computing grids merge? Will it happen in our lifetime?Would your company be able to take down your network down for an hour with the flip of a switch? What part of the infrastructure would you be the most concerned about?How high of a priority is it for your organization to reduce it’s energy footprint?Photo credits: demorganna & xshamx Tags:#Analysis#cloud#Virtualization Related Posts mike kirkwoodcenter_img 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostinglast_img read more