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Memes, 🤖, and Civilization: Senado aprova projeto que proibe limitacao de dados na internet fixa INSTAGRAMOONRON VERSOTECH Acesse nosso site 💻 www.universotech.org Acesse nosso canal📌 www.youtube.com-universotech O Plenário aprovou nesta quarta-feira (15) o projeto que proíbe as operadoras de internet de estabelecer franquias de dados em seus contratos de banda larga fixa. Do senador Ricardo Ferraço (PSDB-ES), o projeto (PLS 174-2016) altera o Marco Civil da Internet (Lei 12.965-2014) para vedar, expressamente, os planos de franquias de dados para esse tipo de serviço. Por acordo entre os líderes, a matéria tramitou em regime de urgência. A matéria segue agora para análise da Câmara dos Deputados. A proposta não altera as regras dos planos de internet móvel. Na justificativa do projeto, Ferraço destaca que diversos aspectos do exercício da cidadania dependem da internet, como ensino à distância, declaração do imposto de renda e pagamento de obrigações tributárias, de modo que, a seu ver, não seria razoável limitar o tráfego de dados na rede. Segundo o senador, “limitar o uso da internet seria uma péssima novidade no Brasil, sendo somente repetida em países liderados por governos autoritários, que cerceiam o acesso à informação por parte de seus cidadãos”. Fonte: Site Oficial do Senado
Memes, 🤖, and Civilization: Senado aprova projeto que proibe
 limitacao de dados na internet fixa
 INSTAGRAMOONRON
 VERSOTECH
Acesse nosso site 💻 www.universotech.org Acesse nosso canal📌 www.youtube.com-universotech O Plenário aprovou nesta quarta-feira (15) o projeto que proíbe as operadoras de internet de estabelecer franquias de dados em seus contratos de banda larga fixa. Do senador Ricardo Ferraço (PSDB-ES), o projeto (PLS 174-2016) altera o Marco Civil da Internet (Lei 12.965-2014) para vedar, expressamente, os planos de franquias de dados para esse tipo de serviço. Por acordo entre os líderes, a matéria tramitou em regime de urgência. A matéria segue agora para análise da Câmara dos Deputados. A proposta não altera as regras dos planos de internet móvel. Na justificativa do projeto, Ferraço destaca que diversos aspectos do exercício da cidadania dependem da internet, como ensino à distância, declaração do imposto de renda e pagamento de obrigações tributárias, de modo que, a seu ver, não seria razoável limitar o tráfego de dados na rede. Segundo o senador, “limitar o uso da internet seria uma péssima novidade no Brasil, sendo somente repetida em países liderados por governos autoritários, que cerceiam o acesso à informação por parte de seus cidadãos”. Fonte: Site Oficial do Senado

Acesse nosso site 💻 www.universotech.org Acesse nosso canal📌 www.youtube.com-universotech O Plenário aprovou nesta quarta-feira (15) o proje...

Coretta Scott King, Memes, and Harriet Tubman: Because you need the cutest girl you have seen wearing orange, on your timeline D Qchakabars In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, “The beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars
Coretta Scott King, Memes, and Harriet Tubman: Because you need the cutest girl you have
 seen wearing orange, on your timeline D
 Qchakabars
In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, “The beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars

In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the g...

Coretta Scott King, Memes, and Harriet Tubman: BLACK GIRLS ARE THE DEFINITION oF NATIONAL GREATNESS BLACKTIVIST In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, “The beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars
Coretta Scott King, Memes, and Harriet Tubman: BLACK GIRLS ARE THE DEFINITION
 oF NATIONAL GREATNESS
 BLACKTIVIST
In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, “The beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars

In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the g...

Memes, X-Men, and Hugh Jackman: FACT 1316 NAMES HOWLETT IGIGMARVELDC FACTS MARVEL DC FACTS IN THE MOVIES. WOLVERINE WAS BORN IN THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES SOMETIME AROUND l835-1837. THE MOVIE LOGAN TAKES PLACE IN 2029. THIS MEANS IN THE MOVIE LOGAN. HE IS SOMEWHERE BETWEEN 192-194 YEARS OLD. Here's how I figured this out: Wolverine looked about 8-10 years old in X-Men Origins: Wolverine at the beginning. So we'll set that aside. It shows child Wolverine in 1845 so that would calculate to him being born at around 1845-1837 since he's probably 8-10 years old. 2029-1845 is 184. If you add the additional 8-10 years that would be 192-194 years. Therefore, Wolverine is around that age in Logan.👍🏼 - The reason for the recent Wolverine related facts is that I'm doing hughjackmanappreciationweek from today through Saturday. I feel that we should show Hugh some love for playing one of the best comic book characters ever created for 17 straight years. For the rest of the week, it will ONLY BE WOLVERINE-HUGH JACKMAN RELATED facts. I cannot express how much gratitude and love I have for him and his character. We're sad to see you go Hugh.❤ - QOTD: How many wars has Wolverine fought in and have you seen Logan yet? Comment below!💥⬇ - AOTD: I'm not going to answer the first part of the question because that kind of gives it away, but I have seen Logan and let me say it is tied for being my favorite movie of all time with Civil War. It is absolutely AMAZING and just phenomenal. If you haven't already, go check out my review on the movie that I posted Saturday! Thanks guys and have a great day!⚡️ - hughjackmanappreciationweek hughjackman thewolverine wolverine logan loganhowlett jameshowlett xmenorigins xmenoriginswolverine x23 laurakinney weaponx 20thcenturyfox marvel marvelcomics marveluniverse marvelcinematicuniverse marvelentertainment marvelstudios mcu marveldcfacts_
Memes, X-Men, and Hugh Jackman: FACT 1316
 NAMES HOWLETT
 IGIGMARVELDC FACTS
 MARVEL DC
 FACTS
 IN THE MOVIES. WOLVERINE WAS BORN IN THE NORTHWEST
 TERRITORIES SOMETIME AROUND l835-1837. THE MOVIE LOGAN
 TAKES PLACE IN 2029. THIS MEANS IN THE MOVIE LOGAN. HE IS
 SOMEWHERE BETWEEN 192-194 YEARS OLD.
Here's how I figured this out: Wolverine looked about 8-10 years old in X-Men Origins: Wolverine at the beginning. So we'll set that aside. It shows child Wolverine in 1845 so that would calculate to him being born at around 1845-1837 since he's probably 8-10 years old. 2029-1845 is 184. If you add the additional 8-10 years that would be 192-194 years. Therefore, Wolverine is around that age in Logan.👍🏼 - The reason for the recent Wolverine related facts is that I'm doing hughjackmanappreciationweek from today through Saturday. I feel that we should show Hugh some love for playing one of the best comic book characters ever created for 17 straight years. For the rest of the week, it will ONLY BE WOLVERINE-HUGH JACKMAN RELATED facts. I cannot express how much gratitude and love I have for him and his character. We're sad to see you go Hugh.❤ - QOTD: How many wars has Wolverine fought in and have you seen Logan yet? Comment below!💥⬇ - AOTD: I'm not going to answer the first part of the question because that kind of gives it away, but I have seen Logan and let me say it is tied for being my favorite movie of all time with Civil War. It is absolutely AMAZING and just phenomenal. If you haven't already, go check out my review on the movie that I posted Saturday! Thanks guys and have a great day!⚡️ - hughjackmanappreciationweek hughjackman thewolverine wolverine logan loganhowlett jameshowlett xmenorigins xmenoriginswolverine x23 laurakinney weaponx 20thcenturyfox marvel marvelcomics marveluniverse marvelcinematicuniverse marvelentertainment marvelstudios mcu marveldcfacts_

Here's how I figured this out: Wolverine looked about 8-10 years old in X-Men Origins: Wolverine at the beginning. So we'll set that aside. ...

Memes, Devil, and Bowling: An American Concentration Camp So Horrific It was Erased from History thsoulia4 Say the words concentration camps, and most will surmise the topic surrounds World War II and the Nazis; but the hard labor, constant threat of death, and barbarism these microcosmic hells presented weren’t unique to Adolf Hitler — in just one year, around 20,000 freed slaves perished in the Devil’s Punchbowl — in Natchez, Mississippi, U.S.A. After the Civil War, a massive exodus of former slaves from Southern plantations trekked northward in hopes of reaching a location of true freedom; but embittered soldiers, resentful the people considered property were now free, had other plans. One tiny town’s population mushroomed twelvefold from the influx, as researcher Paula Westbrook, who has extensively studied Devil’s Punchbowl, noted, “When the slaves were released from the plantations during the occupation they overran Natchez. And the population went from about 10,000 to 120,000 overnight.Unable to grapple with an instant population swell, the city turned to Union troops still lingering after the war to devise a merciless, impenitent solution. “So they decided to build an encampment for ’em at Devil’s Punchbowl which they walled off and wouldn’t let ’em out,” former director of the Natchez City Cemetery, Don Estes, explained. Devil’s Punchbowl is so named for a cavernous, bowl-shaped gulch walled off by tree-topped cliffs — an area unintentionally made perfect for a hellacious prison by nature, herself. A tangle of lush green now tops bluffs near the Mississippi River in Natchez, hiding past atrocities that took place when Union Army soldiers corralled and captured those freed slaves — in worse conditions than they’d endured previously as slaves on sprawling plantations. In the unrelenting heat and humidity of the deep South, African American men toiled at hard labor clearing thickets of brush, while women and children — not seen as a viable workforce for the task — languished without food or water behind the locked concrete walls of the camp to die of starvation.Barbarous treatment didn’t even end when someone died. “The Union Army did not allow them to remove the bodies from the camp . 17thsoulja
Memes, Devil, and Bowling: An American Concentration
 Camp So Horrific It was
 Erased from History
 thsoulia4
Say the words concentration camps, and most will surmise the topic surrounds World War II and the Nazis; but the hard labor, constant threat of death, and barbarism these microcosmic hells presented weren’t unique to Adolf Hitler — in just one year, around 20,000 freed slaves perished in the Devil’s Punchbowl — in Natchez, Mississippi, U.S.A. After the Civil War, a massive exodus of former slaves from Southern plantations trekked northward in hopes of reaching a location of true freedom; but embittered soldiers, resentful the people considered property were now free, had other plans. One tiny town’s population mushroomed twelvefold from the influx, as researcher Paula Westbrook, who has extensively studied Devil’s Punchbowl, noted, “When the slaves were released from the plantations during the occupation they overran Natchez. And the population went from about 10,000 to 120,000 overnight.Unable to grapple with an instant population swell, the city turned to Union troops still lingering after the war to devise a merciless, impenitent solution. “So they decided to build an encampment for ’em at Devil’s Punchbowl which they walled off and wouldn’t let ’em out,” former director of the Natchez City Cemetery, Don Estes, explained. Devil’s Punchbowl is so named for a cavernous, bowl-shaped gulch walled off by tree-topped cliffs — an area unintentionally made perfect for a hellacious prison by nature, herself. A tangle of lush green now tops bluffs near the Mississippi River in Natchez, hiding past atrocities that took place when Union Army soldiers corralled and captured those freed slaves — in worse conditions than they’d endured previously as slaves on sprawling plantations. In the unrelenting heat and humidity of the deep South, African American men toiled at hard labor clearing thickets of brush, while women and children — not seen as a viable workforce for the task — languished without food or water behind the locked concrete walls of the camp to die of starvation.Barbarous treatment didn’t even end when someone died. “The Union Army did not allow them to remove the bodies from the camp . 17thsoulja

Say the words concentration camps, and most will surmise the topic surrounds World War II and the Nazis; but the hard labor, constant threat...