In 2016 the Tel Aviv Museum of Art worked with the artist as he developed the piece titled offgrid. This work is made up of twelve monitors that play a 38-minute-long video and music composition by Kutiman on a loop. It is made up of minutely edited snippets of music played by soloists found on the Internet, downloaded by Kutiman. The composition extends spatially as well because monitors around the room periodically join in or go silent, so that there are thousands of possible combinations of video and sound sources.
Kutiman (born Ophir Kutiel in 1982) lives in Zicchron Yaacov in Israel near Haifa. He studied music at Rimon Music College in Tel Aviv and in 2003 went to Jamaica where he worked with the Marley family. In 2006 he signed to a German label, Melting Pot, and began putting out recordings. In 2010 he won the ACUM (The Israel Association of Composers, Authors and Publishers of Musical Works) award for producing. Kutiman is best known for his viral video/audio mashup online albums Thru You and Thru You Too (2014) the latter of which was awarded a 2015 Webby Award. Due to the success of Thru You, in October 2010, Kutiman was invited by YouTube to perform at the YouTube Play grand opening at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City.
Through this initiative, these organizations, each with a long history and unique knowledge and expertise in combatting human trafficking, are teaming up to find new, innovative ways for the anti-money laundering community to recognize financial transactions that are red flags for human trafficking.
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This decision came as Visa and MasterCard cut off their services to Backpage, citing illegal or brand-damaging activities as the reason. Therefore, users who want to post ads on Backpage must now use Bitcoin, Litecoin, or Dogecoin to pay the posting fees. The decision by the company makes it the first mainstream resource of its type to experiment with a cryptocurrency-only payment model.
Thus, Bitcoin payments on adult sites are not uncommon, and the decision by Backpage is another example that is going to encourage others to embrace digital currency if they face embargoes from the traditional payment processors. There are several advantages of using Bitcoin to pay for adult content; for instance, the users who are not too keen to share their credit card data with adult websites have perfectly good reason to pay in Bitcoin.
The short answer is Bitcoin is another form of paying someone online. Its kind of like PayPal. Backpage stopped accepting credit cards and now only accepts bitcoin. If you want to post in the adult section of Backpage and more importantly have your ads actually show, you MUST pay for the ads. Free ads DO NOT work and the only way to pay is to pay with bitcoin.
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If Visa, MasterCard, and American Express move forward with the plan, purchases made at gun shops will be marked with a code reflecting that merchant type and the amount spent. The International Standards Organization (ISO), a body that recommends codes for various purchases, created this new MCC.
Gun control groups, along with allies in banking and media, have been lobbying financial institutions for many years to assign gun stores a code that can be used to flag suspicious purchases. Gun rights groups, on the other hand, see this development as a ploy to harass gun owners and restrict Second Amendment rights without going through the U.S. Congress.
Amalgamated Bank, which refuses to do business with gun companies, has led the campaign for the new MCC. CEO Priscilla Simms-Brown told CBS that the information could be used to develop algorithms that send Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) to law enforcement.
To justify this strategy, many advocates point to three mass murders in which the perpetrators purchased firearms and ammunition with credit cards. The man who killed 12 people at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, in 2012 put $9,000 on credit cards the two months prior to the killings; the killer at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando put $26,000 on credit cards; and the Las Vegas shooter purchased guns and ammo worth $94,000 with credit cards in the year leading up to the massacre.
It remains unclear how credit card companies would differentiate between the vast majority of legal purchases made at gun stores and the small minority of those made with the intent to commit a crime.
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