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In contrast to astronaut launches in the past when NASA ran the show, this time a private company, SpaceX, will be in charge of mission control.
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With Zoom 5.0, it is making the switch to AES 256-bit GCM encryption which is theoretically more secure and private than the outgoing standard.
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The underlying trends for Transit remain positive, particularly urbanization in developing markets and a desire on the part of governments to incentivize public transportation over private car use.
· Reform at last: adultery will no longer be a crime in Taiwan →
While the original intent of the law was to preserve marriage and maintain social harmony, critics say that, in practice, it punished adults for private relationships that should have nothing to do with the judiciary or government.
· What you need to know about SpaceX's 'Demo-2' mission →
It will be the first crewed launch from US soil of a US-made rocket since the space shuttle program ended in 2011 and the first ever by a private company.
· Elekta's (EKTAF) CEO Richard Hausmann on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
We also hear, as you say correctly, that the income on the private side on hospitals, in particular, when it comes to elective procedures, is extremely down.
· West Indies cricket bosses approve England tour →
It would also use private charter planes and conduct medical screenings and COVID-19 testing for all members of the touring party.
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This is cause for concern and we must pressure the right organisations, both public and private, to do their part in improvement of these areas.
· France’s tourism industry asks itself: Can we save summer? →
Further east along the Mediterranean coast, in Nice, private beach operator Rene Colomban isn’t short of outdoor space for his restaurant tables and sun loungers.
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The company operates in three business segments that are Private Equity, Credit, and Real Assets.