ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr A settlement has been reached in the Equifax data breach lawsuit, of which CUNA, Leagues and credit unions are plaintiffs. CUNA filed suit against Equifax in October 2017 after a data breach that exposed the personal information of more than 145 million consumers and 209,000 credit card numbers. CUNA, along with certain other institutional plaintiffs, were recently allowed back as plaintiffs to join the institutions that issued compromised cards as plaintiffs.The Settlement Class will be limited to financial institutions that had alerted-on payment cards as a result of the breach. Class members will be permitted to make claims for losses attributable to the alerted-on payment cards as well as damages they suffered resulting from their customers’ personally identifiable information (PII) exposure. continue reading »
Loading… According to Corriere dello Sport, De Rossi is among the names being considered to replace Fiorentina boss Beppe Iachini.In turn, the 36-year-old likes the club’s board, in particular sporting director Daniele Prade after they worked together at Roma.However, unlike what Sky Sport Italia reported last night, the newspaper writes he is likelier to take over as Primavera coach, a post which remains vacant.Read Also: Real Betis to appoint Pellegrini on two-year contractDe Rossi’s father Alberto has been in charge of Roma’s Primavera team since 2004.The ex-Italy midfielder retired from professional football in January while playing in Argentina for Boca Juniors.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Fiorentina are reportedly keen on giving former Roma man Daniele De Rossi his first coaching role.Advertisement Promoted Content6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do8 Scenes That Prove TV Has Gone Too FarThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthTop 10 Tiniest Phones Ever Made9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooThe Most Exciting Cities In The World To VisitTop 10 Female Stars Everyone Had A Crush On In The 90sA Runner Uses Strava App To Create Amazing Pieces Of Running ArtThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World
– 80th Anniversary among highlights of yearAFTER a two-year period of dormancy, the Berbice Cricket Board, under the current administration of Hilbert Foster, has spearheaded a revival of the game across Berbice.Public Relations Officer, Simon Naidu, in a review of the year, described it as one which surpassed expectations on and off the cricket field.Dr. Tulsi Dyal Singh launches the Wall of FameThirty-two tournaments were launched at all levels, numerous programmes, including developmental ones, were hosted while young cricketers and cricket clubs continues to receive assistance on an unmatched level.Naidu and BCB president, Foster, hailed the 80th Anniversary, restoration of the BCB New Amsterdam office, the long overdue return of inter county cricket to Berbice and the hosting of a two-day first division tournament as the highlights of the year.The BCB hosted 32 tournaments at U-13, U-15, U-17, U-19, U-21, Intermediate, Internal Zone, Inter Village, Second Division, Secondary Schools, Primary Schools and First Division levels.The BCB has been able to successfully complete the majority of them despite a four-month-long rainy season that lasted up to the beginning of September.After an absence of fifteen years, the BCB was also able to obtain a $2M sponsorship for a two-day tournament which is currently being played by eight teams.At the inter-county level, Berbice won both female titles and the two-day Under-19 tournaments.Over forty-five Berbicians represented Guyana or other Caribbean teams in Cricket West Indies tournaments.They include players like Kevlon Anderson, Junior Sinclair, Kevin Umroa, Seon Glasgow, Marvon Prashad, Sarwan Chaitnarine, Tameshwar Mohabir, Isiah Thorne, Zeynul Ramsammy, Veersammy Permaul, Devendra Bishoo and Clinton Pestano.At the female level, Sheneta Grimmond and Shabika Gajnabi joined Shemaine Campbelle on the West Indies female Senior team as the massive investment into female cricket by the RHTYSC continues to bear fruit for the Ancient County.Five Berbicians played in the 2019 CPL while Shimron Hetmyer played in the IPL.Off the cricket field, the BCB hosted numerous developmental programmes and activities.The BCB also raised $100,000.00 to assist Ms. Ruthel Henry to construct her own home while Hilbert Foster spearheaded a highly successful 80th-anniversary celebration during the month of September.Albion Under 19 team- Champion of the New York Business Group 50 overs title.The highlight of the BCB’s office upgrade includes repainting, ceiling of the roof, tiling of the floor, obtaining over $400,000.00 worth of furniture and acquiring a Television set, DVD Player, electric fans, desk top computer, water dispenser, kitchen utensils, fax machine, cordless telephone among others.The publication of the first ever youth information booklet for youth cricketers in the Caribbean was also another major achievement for the anniversary.The BCB, via an aggressive marketing drive led by its hardworking president, was able to raise close to $12M in 2019 and has already acquired some major sponsorship for 2020.The board also presented its highest Award– Tribute to Hero– to Dr. Tulsi Dyal Singh, Brian Ramphal and Dr. Puran Singh during the year while it was named Berbice Sports Organisation of the Year by the Gregory Gaskin Memorial Berbice Committee.The hard work of the BCB president also saw the return of inter-county cricket to Berbice after an absence of over a decade. Isiah Thorne and Rampertab Ramnauth were also presented with cricket bats as the BCB honoured them on their West Indies Under-15 selection.To round off a successful year for Berbice cricket, Lower Corentyne won the Guyana Cricket Board Franchise league at the 50-over level.Mr foster, who was returned for another two-year term in a 31-0 vote at the BCB’s AGM on the 22nd of December, has unveiled some major plans for the 2020-2021 period.They include construction of an all-weather practice centre; setting up of a professional league by December 2021; having at least 20 tournaments per year, expanding the coaching programme, acquiring pitch covers for the BCB; assisting deserving clubs with gear, balls, scorebooks; and lobbying Cricket West Indies for the return of first-class cricket to Berbice.