Anunţ publicitar al Statului Român in ziarele mari ale lumii:

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Cine a putut, ştiut şi vrut a plecat.

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Plătim la nivelul pieţei.
Preferăm vorbitori de Româna!


miercuri, iulie 22

ROMANIA in patrimoniul UNESCO - Un album cu 882 imagini

Dati mai departe!

Este în limbile română şi engleză, are 882 de imagini, împărţite în 43 de galerii, care se încarcă individual, aşa că va trebui să aşteptaţi cîteva secunde la fiecare galerie, când se încarcă prima dată. Conţine poze din toate sit-urile româneşti declarate patrimoniu UNESCO. A fost creat de o persoană pasionată, cu un efort întins pe o durată de trei ani, din resurse financiare proprii. Jos, sub fotografii, în stânga săgeţilor de înainte şi înapoi este un mic buton info (I) cu date despre locurile prezentate! Fiecare poză poate fi mărită cu clic dreapta şi "zoom in". 
  Fotografiile sunt superbe.

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Unii vor relatii dinamice, altii spun nu

An advertisement for Ashley Madison hangs on the side of a residential building in Brussels.

The company behind Ashley Madison, a popular online dating service marketed to people trying to cheat on their spouses, said on Monday that the site had been breached by hackers who may have obtained personal data about the service’s millions of members.

The group of hackers behind the attack, going by the name Impact Team, said they had stolen information on the 37 million members of Ashley Madison. To prevent the data from being released, the hackers said, the company needed to shut down the site entirely.

The hackers promised to release the real names, passwords and financial transactions of members if Ashley Madison did not meet that demand. The hackers have leaked some information online already, but that data did not appear to be the bulk of what was collected.

The corporate parent of Ashley Madison, Avid Life Media, said on Monday that it had adjusted its policy for deleting user data, an apparent complaint of the hackers, but the company gave no indication that it planned to close the site.

“We immediately launched a thorough investigation,” the company said, “utilizing leading forensics experts and other security professionals to determine the origin, nature and scope of this incident.”

While nearly every dating website ends up facilitating its fair share of cheaters, Ashley Madison, based in Toronto, has made a name for itself by specifically catering to two-timers.

That business niche has angered not only some consumers, but other companies as well. Football stadiums and soccer teams have turned down sponsorship offers. Both NBC and FOX, after being approached about broadcasting Super Bowl spots, have rebuffed the website.

Nevertheless, since 2001, Ashley Madison has steadily grown to 37 million accounts, according to a figure advertised on the front page of the website. Anyone 18 or older can join the free site discreetly, using a pseudonym. There, the users can list turn-ons and sexual preferences. Only once users start chatting and trading photos do they begin racking up fees — along with, potentially, some marital guilt.

The site has long told users that they can scrub their profiles from the site for $19. But the hackers say that the user information is never actually deleted — knowledge, security experts said, that suggested the breach may have involved someone inside the company.

Ashley Madison said that when users delete accounts, all information is erased. Still, on Monday, the website waived its deletion fee for all members.

The breach, and the hackers complaints about the data policy, was first reported on Sunday by Brian Krebs, a reporter who covers online security.

Noel Biderman, chief executive of Avid Life Media, told Mr. Krebs that the hacker “was definitely a person here that was not an employee but certainly had touched our technical services.” The company would not respond to additional questions about who was behind the breach.

The hacking is one in a string aimed at corporations, such as one against Sony in 2014 and another against Target the year before — a trend that security experts say is growing. In May, the sexual preferences of users of AdultFriendFinder, another dating website, were leaked online after a breach.

“I think we’re going to see more of it as people see how effective it is,” said Bruce Schneier, chief technology officer for Resilient Systems, a security company, said of the Ashley Madison breach.

The breach comes at an inopportune time for Avid Life Media, which had expressed interest in pursuing an initial public offering this year. The company owns two other popular sites, Cougar Life and Established Men, that the hackers also breached.

For any dating website, much less one meant for extramarital romance, to continue to grow and be attractive to potential investors, consumers must be confident that their data will be protected.

Under American copyright law, Ashley Madison has the power to scrub away private user information leaked in the breach and posted to other websites. On Monday, the company said that it had been doing just that to protect the identities of those who have used Ashley Madison.

But that may be a race that it cannot win. Paul Ferguson, senior adviser for Trend Micro, a security software provider, said that information on Ashley Madison, deleted in one online forum, is beginning to bubble up in others.

“Once something is published on the Internet,” he said, “it’s there forever.”

That persistence has some marriage counselors predicting a boom in business — even if names end up unpublished.

“Oh, it’ll be a huge uptick,” said M. Gary Neuman, a marriage counselor in Miami Beach, Fla. and author of “The Truth about Cheating.” “Just the news getting out will have some spouses asking each other, ‘Are you one of the ones using this website?’ ”

joi, iulie 16

When to say the "F" Word

 There are times when the 4 letter "F" word is not only desirable,
 but quite frankly it can be the ONLY word in the English language that
 accurately describes some situations.
 Check out the following examples.
 The word is ' FEAR ' of course!

 What in the world were you thinking ????