Topics: Sports betting Sports betting Regions: UK & Ireland Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Address AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Sports data services provider Sportradar has served legal proceedings against Betgenius and Football DataCo (FDC) in relation to the licensing and distribution of live data for betting. Sports data services provider Sportradar has served legal proceedings against Betgenius and Football DataCo (FDC) in relation to the licensing and distribution of live data or betting.In a statement, Sportradar said the claim is in reference to the current structure for the licensing and distribution of live data from FDC football leagues for the purpose of betting.According to Sportradar, the system that has been put in place by Betgenius and FDC is in breach of UK and European Union Competition Law.Sportradar said the decision to begin legal action was done so with reluctance, noting that it had “hoped to find a fair solution that enables it to build its own database and to compete effectively in the market”, but this had not proved possible.The provider said while it remains open to the hope of finding a resolution, it supports a competitive marketplace in which there is genuine choice between suppliers.“This competition is vital for innovation, genuine product choice and fair pricing and we believe these elements are worth protecting; the step Sportradar has taken is focused on that outcome,” Sportradar said.“Sportradar is, and has always been, willing to pay for access, and to be part of an integrated, accredited, and fair system of collection and distribution which enables competition.“This status is not only harmful to data supply companies like Sportradar, but also to the downstream market (bookmakers and their customers) where product choice is being restricted or removed in favour of an information monopoly.“This is why Sportradar has now sought adjudication by an independent specialist tribunal in the hope that matters can be resolved fairly and equitably.”In May last year, Genius Sports secured a landmark deal with FDC, granting it exclusive rights to collect, license and distribute live data from the UK’s leading football competitions. The agreement was described by Genius Sports chief executive Mark Locke as “transformational” for the business.iGB has contacted Betgenius for comment on the legal action. Sportradar launches legal action against Betgenius and Football DataCo 4th March 2020 | By contenteditor
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Dozens of postal workers, retirees, union members and community supporters rallied in front of the East Portland Post Office June 23. People wore masks and chanted “U.S. Mail, Not for Sale!” They mailed postcards addressed to Oregon’s Sen. Ron Wyden reading, “Fully Fund the Postal Service! $25 Billion Now!” Demonstrators marched over the Hawthorn Bridge to the Waterfront Post Office, symbolizing the need to bridge the gap in federal funding needed to “Save Our Postal Service.” The demonstration was organized by Community & Postal Workers United and included speakers from the American Postal Workers Union, the National Association of Letter Carriers, the Alliance of Retired Americans, Jobs with Justice, the Democratic Socialists of America, and the Oregon AFL-CIO, along with a post commander from the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Letters from the governor and the two U.S. Senators were read.— Report and photo by Lyn NeeleyFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Linkedin Luke Morandhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/luke-morand/ TCU A Cappella groups take on semifinals in Los Angeles ReddIt Twitter printThe TCU Recreation Center recently launched its new campaign for the spring semester called “Do More Be More.”The assistant director of campus recreation Michael Warren started the campaign. He said he hopes it will help promote and maintain healthy lifestyles for the people who visit the Rec Center.Warren said this campaign is not about teaching people how to be healthy, but what being healthy can do for your life.Warren said the campaign was started to impact the new faces at the Rec Center.“There’s always an increase in traffic after the new year mostly because of people making their New Year’s resolutions,” Warren said. “We are hoping that we can help curb the drop off that traditionally happens in February.”The campaign has multiple images lining the Rec intended to be motivational posters for people as they walk through.Warren said the motivational posters they create for each campaign are very popular. He said people often approach him and ask if they can take a poster home after they take them down.Junior Maggie Drummond said one of her New Year’s resolutions was to start working out more.“I feel better when I come here and work out,” Drummond said. “The poster with the muscular minion makes me laugh.”Drummond said she is going to try to maintain her New Year’s resolution and enjoys all the resources the Rec has to offer.The Rec Center is constantly updating its resources for students and members. This semester, the building has gained new equipment in the weight room, installed a new set of cycles for the cycle studio and refinished the gym flooring.For more information about the Rec visit its website. Luke Morand Linkedin Facebook Yoga practicing families become a part of FW film history Twitter TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Luke Morandhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/luke-morand/ Incoming first-year students connect through video app Luke Morandhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/luke-morand/ Love it or hate it, TCU Alert is meant to keep you safe The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years Previous articleNew voters: deadline to register for Texas primary is Feb. 1Next articleThe Skiff: January 28, 2016 Luke Morand RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Luke Morandhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/luke-morand/ TCU Frog Camps returning to more traditional look this summer Facebook The TCU Campus Recreation Center + posts
Previous articleRising participation in Cowtown ultramarathon leads more runners to challenge themselvesNext articlePaschal catcher commits to TCU Yvonne Umugwaneza RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Yvonne Umugwanezahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/yvonne-umugwaneza/ Twitter Yvonne Umugwanezahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/yvonne-umugwaneza/ Dr. Bob Akin with students after his presentation in the Last Lecture Series. printTCU’s first non-traditional students urged seniors to keep learning even after graduation.“Students often think degrees confer the right to get a job,” said Dr. Bob Akin Jr., a TCU marketing professor. “But that employment shouldn’t mean the end of learning.”Akin was the second professor to speak in TCU’s Last Lecture Series. In his speech “They Gave Me a Home,” Akin touched on three themes: failure, learning and “thank you time.”Akin told the audience he did not want to study when he was growing up. Instead, he planned to work for his family’s company.Akin was 32 when he enrolled at TCU. He met the woman who would later become his wife and made him realize the importance of earning a degree.Akin said it is not the grades you make that is important; it’s about the people you meet.Jacob Malmquist, a senior biology major, said Akin made him realize that pursuing his dream career is more important than little failures along the road.“Akin said that his real form of wealth is in relationships,” Malmquist said. “It resonated with me because I love helping people.”Associate Provost Leo Munson remembered when Akin was accepted to TCU.“It was a different time,” Munson said. “It was a big risk, but it was a good bet.”Akin advised students to seek out those who will invest in them. Always take time to say “thank you,” he said.“In life, it is not things you do, but people you are with that have value,” he said.“I love purple, I love TCU because what makes it different is people. This is my home.” Students debut performances of drag personas as part of unique new course ReddIt Condensed semester, lost week to snowstorm adding to some students stress during finals week + posts Yvonne Umugwaneza NYU professor focused on aggression law speaks on campus Linkedin Facebook Twitter Linkedin Facebook Yvonne Umugwanezahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/yvonne-umugwaneza/ Jose Antonio Vargas: ‘where did you come from?’ ReddIt TCU student recognized for anti-human trafficking work The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years TCU transfer students get more involved in transfer center’s leadership Yvonne Umugwanezahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/yvonne-umugwaneza/
May 13, 2021 Find out more October 16, 2015 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Latin American countries violating international law Follow the news on Americas Help by sharing this information Receive email alerts Last month, Venezuela defied a judgment by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights while Honduras rebuffed a request from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR). Both countries are nonetheless members of the Organization of American States and the OAS human rights system created by the San José Pact. This defiance of the system has become common and is very worrying.On 10 September, Venezuela’s supreme court ruled that a judgment issued three days before by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights was “unenforceable.” The judgment had ordered Venezuela to restore the broadcast frequency to Radio Caracas Télévision (RCTV) that was removed on Hugo Chávez’s orders in 2007. Removing the frequency had violated RCTV’s right to free speech and due process, the Inter-American Court found.At the same time, of the 17 latest requests for “precautionary measures” that the IACHR has submitted to Venezuela, only two have been addressed by the Venezuelan authorities.On 4 September, Honduras issued its second rebuff of the IACHR’s intervention in the defamation case against Radio Globo y TV presenter Julio Ernesto Alvarado, which had ended with a court issuing an order banning him from working as a journalist for 16 months.As a “precautionary measure,” the IACHR asked the Honduran authorities in November 2014 to stay implementation of the ban until it ruled on the substance of the case. The first rebuff came just weeks later, when a court ordered that Alvarado should be notified of the ban. The IACHR’s “precautionary measure” request had nonetheless made it possible for Alvarado to continue working. The second rebuff was the Honduran supreme court’s decision on 4 September to reject Alvarado’s final appeal against the ban.“The OAS should be the last bastion of protection for journalists in danger, journalists who are threatened by their own governments,” said Emmanuel Colombié, the head of the Reporters Without Borders Latin America desk.“The many violations of its decisions by the region’s delinquent governments are unacceptable. The IACHR’s recommendations and the Inter-American Court’s judgments are essential in maintaining respect for human rights and media rights. Must we again remind OAS members that they are required to respect these decisions? We urge these countries to simply adhere to their obligations.”The recommendations and rulings issued by the San José Pact’s institutions have been ignored for years by many of the pact’s members, some of which count among the most violent and dangerous countries for journalistsThese violations of international law are accompanying a slow decline in the situation of the media in Latin America. They are also indicative of a climate of defiance towards the OAS and a lack of respect for the work of journalists.A delegation of IACHR observers went to Mexico on 28 September to examine the situation in the wake of an escalation in violence in recent months. Just hours after the delegation left, its initial findings were condemned as partial and hasty by the under-secretary for human rights, Roberto Campa Cifrián, who reports to the interior minister. They “do not reflect the country’s reality,” he said.In 2014 alone, the IACHR received more than 500 complaints from Mexico about human rights violations, a western hemisphere record.On 30 January, the IACHR condemned the murder of Colombian human rights defender Carlos Alberto Pedraza Salcedo, who had been found shot dead 60 km outside Bogotá nine days earlier. Colombia has a duty to carry out an investigation and establish the circumstances of his death, the IACHR said.Nine months later, there has been no sign of any significant progress in the investigation and the Colombian justice ministry has provided no information about the case.On 26 September 2014, the IACHR asked the Cuban government to guarantee the safety of Angel Santiesteban-Prats, a writer and blogger who had held since April 2013 and who had been the victim of mistreatment and torture in detention.The request was completely ignored by the Castro government. Santiesteban-Prats was finally released in July of this year but since then he has been subjected to close surveillance and prevented from working as a journalist. He has often described the nightmare he lived though while in prison.The IACHR is an autonomous OAS body that monitors and protects human rights in the western hemisphere. It issues recommendations and, in urgent cases, requests precautionary measures to prevent serious and irreparable damage to human rights. Many cases concern media rights. When its recommendations and requests are ignored, the IACHR may refer cases to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, which can issue judgments that are binding and admit no appeal. All OAS member states are obliged to respect its rulings. 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News UpdatesHearing “So Many” Counsel By Video Conferencing Not Feasible, Says Raj HC; Adjourns Bail Applications: [Read Order] Mehal Jain14 April 2020 4:51 AMShare This – xRemarking that “hearing of so many counsel simultaneously even by video-conferencing is not feasible”, the Rajasthan High Court on Thursday adjourned five bail applications, arising out of a common FIR. The Single Judge of the Principal Seat at Jodhpur noted that “These bail applications arise out of common FIR and all the petitioners are being represented by three different counsel”….Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginRemarking that “hearing of so many counsel simultaneously even by video-conferencing is not feasible”, the Rajasthan High Court on Thursday adjourned five bail applications, arising out of a common FIR. The Single Judge of the Principal Seat at Jodhpur noted that “These bail applications arise out of common FIR and all the petitioners are being represented by three different counsel”. The Court proceeded to state that since “All the bail applications are connected”, they “are required to be heard together”. “In the present scenario, when the lawyers are not appearing in wake of complete lockdown”, the Single bench deemed as “not feasible” the “hearing of so many counsel simultaneously, even by video- conferencing”, requiring them to be listed after 2 weeks. Only yesterday, Justice D. Y. Chandrachud, the head of the Supreme Court E-Committee remarked that the Video Conferencing Hearings are going well. Last week, the Apex Court had directed the High Courts and the subordinate courts to ensure the robust functioning of the judicial system through the use of video conferencing technologies; that video conferencing shall be mainly employed for hearing arguments whether at the trial stage or at the appellate stage, and where the number of litigants are many the presiding officer of the court shall have the power to restrict the numbers. The Madras High Court also recently cited a brief note expressing affirmation and benefits of conducting court hearings via video conferencing- “there are advantages in hearing cases through Whatsapp Video Call, and the fact remains that, it is less time-consuming, and it will be helpful to analyze the exact scenario of each case, so as to arrive at a definite conclusion, as was done in the case on hand.”Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Story
News UpdatesKarnataka HC Directs Govt To Compensate/Rehabilitate Migrant Workers Whose Huts Were Burnt Down By Miscreants During Lockdown Mustafa Plumber24 Jun 2020 5:09 AMShare This – xThe Karnataka High Court on Wednesday directed the state government to compensate and rehabilitate migrant workers whose huts were burnt down by miscreants, near the Sunday Bazar area in Bengaluru East in March, during the lockdown period after ascertaining their present whereabouts. A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice Nataraj Rangaswamy said “Prima facie it appears to…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Karnataka High Court on Wednesday directed the state government to compensate and rehabilitate migrant workers whose huts were burnt down by miscreants, near the Sunday Bazar area in Bengaluru East in March, during the lockdown period after ascertaining their present whereabouts. A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Oka and Justice Nataraj Rangaswamy said “Prima facie it appears to us that this is a very high handed action on the part of the interested persons of destroying the huts, thereby, violating the fundamental rights under Article 21 of the Constitution of India of the hut-dwellers.” It added “The State must make inquiry to ascertain the whereabouts of the occupants of the huts which were destroyed in the fire. The State will have to ensure that compensation is paid to them on account of destruction of their goods, they will also have to be rehabilitated. The statement of objections should state steps taken in this behalf.” The bench while posting the matter for further hearing to July 7, also directed the state to ensure the status quo of the land. “It would be the responsibility of the state to ensure that remaining huts are protected from such incidents,” it said. Government Pleader Vikram Huilgol informed the court that after the FIR is registered, three persons have been arrested so far and arrangements have been made to provide protection to the residents of the locality and avoid such incidents from being repeated by making appropriate police bandobast. During the hearing the government placed on record the fire accident certificates which indicated that fire on March 24, took place in afternoon in which 15 huts were destroyed. There were ration kits and clothes in the huts set on fire. On March 30, about 30 huts were destroyed due to fire and ration kits and other things were destroyed. The court said “Thus it appears from fire accident certificates the persons residing in the hutments never wanted to abandon the hutments as they had kept clothes, ration kits in the huts. Perhaps after the declaration of one days nationwide lockdown on March 22, which was followed by two days of partial lockdown by the Government of Karnataka the occupants of the huts must have gone back to their places of origin in the state.” The bench gave the direction while hearing a suo-motu petition taken up on the basis of a letter written by Advocate Vaishali Hegde informing about an incident Next Story