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SMS Basic & Advanced. Ag Leader SMS Basic and Advanced are not for profit products.Elaine Dooley
Elaine Dooley (born 1975) is a British artist.
Life and work
Dooley was born in London. She attended the Slade School of Fine Art from 1994 to 1998. Her first solo show was in London in 1999. Her work is included in public and private collections throughout the United Kingdom and Europe.
She is currently represented by Bob Nickas Gallery in London.
Atelier, Brian Sewell Fine Arts, London, 2015
Revelations: New Direction, Bob Nickas Gallery, London, 2015
Peintures, Galerie Beck, Brussels, 2012
Vue, Galerie Andersson, Brussels, 2012
Blue Eyes, Galerie Andersson, Brussels, 2010
Kunstverein, Augsburg, 2005
Category:British women painters
Category:Alumni of the Slade School of Fine Art
Category:20th-century British women artistsKankakee County officials are checking whether an American Legion post still stands on the old Cedar Street Jail site.
The Cedar Street Jail was dedicated on Aug. 15,
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NEW YORK CITY (Reuters) – The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday proposed new rules that would allow telecommunication companies to charge more for messages that are blocked as spam. by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler.”We will vote on these today,” he told the commission.The measure, which will use a safety-and-advance standard for two-factor verification to identify who the sender of spam is, was adopted in 2005 but allowed to lapse in 2014.
“The FCC action provides a powerful new tool to address the scourge of spam, and it will foster better data transparency that can then be used by researchers to improve spam analytics technologies,” Wheeler said.The decision by the U.S. regulatory agency was prompted by a rise in spam beginning earlier this decade and has become a major focus for Internet users.
The proposal in the FCC’s rule-making proceeding would expand service providers’ ability to charge a flat charge, in addition to per-message charges, when phone carriers blocked spam from being delivered.The FCC adopted the 569-page proposal in December to enact rules for a system of two-factor verification.Previously, the FCC did not have the authority to force the “responsible parties” of spam to verify their identity.
The FCC is the U.S. agency that regulates telecommunications in the U.S. and oversees Internet service providers, local phone service and major cable television providers.The agency also has oversight over companies that provide Internet-based telephony services and companies that provide high-speed broadband Internet services.
The proposal would allow telephone service providers (TSPs) to block messages without disclosing the name of the sender to the sender.
Under the proposal, email providers could block messages if they meet criteria outlined in two-factor verification, which is standard in email transmission.The electronic mail would be rejected if it does not include the sender’s domain name or if it contains a pattern of spammy text.
The FCC has stated that it will open the proposal to public comment in a 30-day period, after which the commission can adopt the measure.The Telephone Consumer Protection Act gives the FCC the right to award fines for violations of the TCPA.
The authority to fine is a relatively new for the FCC and allows the agency to push for potential industry changes in dealing with spam.
The new regulations would require a flag be added