French game developer Ubisoft has announced the first ever Rainbow Six World Cup, a new and independent layer of competitions featuring the best national teams from 45 countries and regions across the world in Summer 2021. This would be the first world cup ever in the history of Rainbow Six Esports. International athlete Tony Parker will be the ambassador for the Rainbow Six World Cup. For the first time in Rainbow Six Esports history, players from 45 countries and regions across the world will compete for the trophy. The competition starts with the Qualifiers. Out of the 45 countries and regions, 14 will get direct invites to the Final Stage without having to go through the Qualifiers. The other 31 countries will have to go through online qualifiers for one of the 6 remaining slots. Finally, a total of 20 teams will be ready to battle it out in the final stage. The 5 online qualifiers will be held at the beginning of next year. To select the national teams, a two-step process has … [Read more...] about Ubisoft announces first-ever Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six World Cup
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In September 2019, AT&T told the FCC that "transparency" around how ISPs use radio-propagation models to generate maps would be preferable to "more prescriptive standards." In October 2019, AT&T said the FCC should not demand more accurate 5G maps, saying that "requiring 5G coverage maps in this early stage of 5G deployment could reveal sensitive information about cell site locations and even customer locations, in cases where 5G is being deployed in high-band spectrum for specific enterprise customers." AT&T also pushed for limits on requirements for reporting the speed of non-5G networks. In July 2020, AT&T objected to the FCC's proposal for implementing the Broadband DATA Act, saying that "many" of the data points the FCC proposed requiring are "of questionable value" or unnecessary for verifying the accuracy of carrier-submitted coverage maps. In August 2020, AT&T objected to the FCC's proposal to require drive tests to verify the accuracy of mobile-coverage … [Read more...] about AT&T hopes you’ll forget its years-long fight against accurate broadband maps
Friedling also brought up the issue of security for these private or science-focused satellites. "Do they want to be protected or escorted?" he asked, comparing these craft to private ships that were escorted in convoys during World War I to keep them safe from enemy attack from newly introduced submarines. … [Read more...] about Countries around the world want a Space Force — but why?
The initiative was announced by the country's Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Beijing a month after the US unveiled its own Clean Network program. According to the US State Department, Clean Network is a “comprehensive effort by a coalition of like-minded countries and companies to secure their critical telecommunications, cloud, data analytics, mobile apps, Internet of Things, and 5G technologies from "malign actors" by relying on only trusted vendors”. … [Read more...] about China wants to lead the world in data security
Chad – 1 percentCentral African Republic – 2 percentHaiti – 2 percentBurkina Faso – 3 percentCambodia – 3 percentNiger – 3 percentTajikistan – 3 percentTanzania – 4 percentMali – 4 percentComoros – 4 percentThriving was lowest in sub-Saharan Africa, where no country had a thriving rate of more than 19 percent. Globally, wealthier nations tended to be those with the highest rates of well-being. … [Read more...] about Denmark Tops World Well-Being Rank, U.S. Comes in 12th