30 oktober rechtszaak, komt allen!


Dit is de tweede aankondiging voor de rechtszitting op 30 oktober 2014 om 9.30 uur

Rechtbank Amsterdam, Parnassusweg 220

Het betreft de openbare comparitie van partijen. Degenen die namens alle gedupeerden in de proefprocedure de vraag stellen: is/zijn de bank/banken verantwoordelijk voor de crisis, en daarmee ook voor de enorme schadeposten in de vorm van restschulden?

Vele duizenden mensen in Nederland zitten in de problemen, 200.000 gezinnen met betalingsachterstanden, anderhalf miljoen huishoudens met hun hypotheek onder water. Een politiek die niets doet, anders dan banken redden en banken alle ruimte geven om de Nederlandse economie te gijzelen en mensen te beroven. We hadden onze economie in 2010 kunnen laten klappen, dan waren we er in 2012 bovenop geweest. De huidige aanpak zorgt voor kommer en kwel, nog voor vele komende jaren en duizenden dossiers.

Bij onze Stichting zijn de aantallen gedupeerden niet meer bij te benen. Iedereen probeert individueel uit de ellende te komen, en zoekt daarbij hulp. Maar de kracht zit in het collectief. Daar is de schade ontstaan en daar ligt ook de oplossing. 

Wij als Stichting R.E.D. vragen dan ook: Wees aanwezig op de 30e, hoe moeilijk het ook is om vrij te krijgen, hoe moeilijk het ook is om vervoer te regelen, maar komt allen! Daar worden de argumenten van de banken ook aangehoord. Belangrijk is dat u aan de rechter laat zien: dit is ook mijn zaak, dit is ook mijn ellende, en oordeel alstublieft in het recht, kies voor de burger, de consument, en niet voor de banken elite. Wie de schade veroorzaakt moet hem betalen.

Mr. Hulleman is de hele dag aansluitend beschikbaar voor juridische adviezen in Caff Belmondo op het Zuidasplein, mocht u vragen hebben, of zaken willen bespreken.

Wij hopen op een grote opkomst, want alleen dan snapt de rechter: dit betreft de gehele samenleving.
Meld u aan bij de rechtbank, dan weten zij hoeveel mensen ze kunnen verwachten. Dat is wel zo netjes.

Source: www.geldstelselhervormen.nl

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Fitbit moves from fitness band to true smartwatch territory with $250 Fitbit Surge


Originally posted on 9to5Mac:

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With Apple Watch official and expected early next year, it’s likely too little, too late for Fitbit, but the company is finally moving beyond simple fitness bands to a fully-featured smartwatch in the form of the $250 Fitbit Surge.

The Surge is the company’s first device to display text messages on-screen, as well as the ability to control music on your iPhone. The move may explain rumored Apple plans to remove Fitbit from its stores (something which hasn’t yet happened), though these may also reflect the lack of Health app integration … 

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Following iPhone 6 And 6 Plus Launches, App Marketing Costs Hit An All-Time High


Originally posted on TechCrunch:

The successful launches of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, along with the release of Apple’s new mobile operating system iOS 8 have impacted the marketing costs associated with gathering downloads for mobile applications, and retaining regular users. According to a new report out this morning from app marketing technology provider Fiksu, the costs associated with retaining a “loyal user” – that is, someone who opens an app three times or more – is now at an all-time high, as of September.

This metric increased by 21% in September, rising up to $2.25 from August’s $1.86. Year-over-year, the figure has risen by 34% – and keep in mind, we haven’t even entered into the holiday season yet. That’s typically the most expensive time of the year to market apps, given that many consumers are getting new devices as holiday gifts and are heading to the App Stores to fill their…

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Apple in talks to expand NFC in iPhone 6 beyond Apple Pay, replace building keycards and transit tickets


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The Information is reporting that Apple is actively scouting out partnerships to increase the utility of the NFC chip inside the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Right now, the chip can only be used for payments through Apple Pay as the API is not available to third-party developers.

The Information says that the company is talking to potential partners about using the technology for things like building security, public transit tickets and more. The report names that Apple has already been in talks with HID Global and Cubic, who make electronic ‘keycard’ secure building access and transit fare systems.

The Apple representatives have talked to technology providers like HID Global and Cubic, which enable secure access to buildings and transit fare systems, respectively, said people briefed on the discussions. Spokespeople for the companies declined to comment about any discussions with Apple, but executives there discussed how they could integrate their systems with the…

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FBI’s new Facial Recognition Software Aims to Become World’s Biggest Biometric Database


The software is developed to reduce terrorist and criminal activity by improving and expanding biometric identification as well as criminal history information services.

Source: www.technotification.com

Facial recognition is a key part of the agency’s ambitious $1 billion Next Generation Identification System (NGI) — a state-of-the-art biometric identification system that also includes iris scans, DNA analysis and voice identification. The mission is to reduce terrorist and criminal activity by improving and expanding biometric identification as well as criminal history information services. 

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The Hunter’s Moon #FullMoonEngageMe Social Media Event N°6 #EmpireAvenue #SocialNetworking


This Tuesday 7th of October : join our free social media event taking place at each Full Moon – via #EAv – and give a boost to your social networking!

Source: desdaughter.wordpress.com

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Hollande Single-Handedly Destroys France


France is bankrupt and part of the Sovereign Debt Crisis comes when a government has to roll its debt and there is no bid. Next year, France’s President Francois Hollande must face a budget deficit…

Source: armstrongeconomics.com

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