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Bustinza: “We have not set the best example, I apologize”

first_imgBustinza, captain of the Leganés, appreciated the draw against Atlético (0-0), with special attention to the final brawl after the expulsion of Cuéllar. What an ugly final has the game had …In the end we are in a difficult situation, the nerves are in full bloom and it is difficult to manage. We do not feel comfortable in these situations, we apologize for what has been seen, because we have to set an example. They playing at home want to win and we in the situation that we are, it is not easy … Cuellar’s action.He catches me on my back. We are in a complicated situation and the whole environment, the ball boy, the coach, make it intense, handle it well. I don’t know what happened. The image has not been the best.Leganés has regained intensity …The game the other day at home hurt (0-3 against Getafe), we came in a good dynamic with Aguirre, being an intense team and always present in the games. We did not want that to be missing today and it is a shame to leave with a draw, because we have had options to even score.last_img read more

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first_img(Image: iStock/monkeybusinessimages) be_ixf; php_sdk; php_sdk_1.4.18 https://www.blackenterprise.com/heres-tv-host-john-oliver-crashing-fccs-website-2/ https://www.blackenterprise.com/heres-tv-host-john-oliver-crashing-fccs-website-2/ John Oliver, the acerbic host of TV’s Last Week Tonight, issued a call-to-arms to his audience to respond to the latest threats against net neutrality.Oliver told his audience, “Once again, net neutrality is in trouble,” reports USA Today. Soon after, the hashtag #GoFCCYourself was trending. Internet users have been overloading the comment section of the FCC’s site, taking the site down. What’s New in TechnologyLatest News for EntrepreneursOur Best Videoscenter_img The Trump administration and its newly appointed FCC chair Ajit Pai have made clear that they are intent on dismantling the net neutrality protections put in place by President Obama.In an interview with NPR, Chairman Pai was in favor of rolling back net neutrality provisions because he felt that the previous FCC chair “unnecessarily inserted the government into the internet economy, stifling its innovation and growth.”Proponents of net neutrality say it is regulation designed to keep the internet open and accessible for everyone.Getting Rid of Net Neutrality May Not be as Easy as Trump ThinksMignon Clyburn, an FCC commissioner appointed by the Obama administration, recently told Black Enterprise, that is may be hard to get rid of net neutrality.“I am confident that net neutrality stands,” said Commissioner Clyburn. “It’s going to be very hard to improve on what I think is the best means of ensuring a free and open platform that has enabled millions in this country and billions around the world to take advantage of opportunity.”“People have a tendency to focus on some of the big picture aspects when it comes to open internet, “she continued. “I call it open internet because, for me, that describes it so clearly. When we talk about freedom of expression, to flourish, I can’t think of any other platform that has been so empowering. There should be no tolls, no barriers. If you should not prefer my website over another [for example], I should be able to use any device of my choice if it’s not harmful. I shouldn’t be blocked or limited because I don’t have social, economic, or political ties to big business or the industry. It’s going to be difficult to talk people into moving away from the protections we have been allowed.”Another late night talk show host, Stephen Colbert, is also currently in the FCC‘s sights. After Colbert made what some deemed crude remarks about Trump’s relationship with Putin, Chairman Pai told a radio show that the FCC, “… we’re going to take the facts that we find and we are going to apply the law as it’s been set out by the Supreme Court and other courts and we’ll take the appropriate action,” about Colbert’s comment. You can visit https://t.co/IO1tIHnfBU and urge the FCC to keep strong net neutrality rules backed by Title II.— John Oliver (@iamjohnoliver) May 8, 2017last_img read more