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Sep 152014

Fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden claims there is a US National Security Agency facility in Auckland and another north of the city.

The former NSA analyst made an appearance at Internet Party founder Kim Dotcom’s “moment of truth” event at the Auckland Town Hall on Monday night via a video link from Russia.

The capacity crowd was on its feet and cheering as Mr Snowden’s face was beamed onto a big screen.

Hours before the event, in an article posted on The Intercept website, Mr Snowden said that any statement that mass surveillance isn’t carried out in New Zealand is “categorically false”.

“If you live in New Zealand, you are being watched,” he wrote.

In the course of his work at an NSA facility in Hawaii, Mr Snowden said he routinely came across New Zealanders’ communications using a mass surveillance tool the NSA shares with the GCSB, called XKEYSCORE.

“It allows total, granular access to the database of communications collected in the course of mass surveillance. It is not limited to or even used largely for the purposes of cybersecurity, as has been claimed, but is instead used primarily for reading individuals’ private email, text messages, and internet traffic.”

Mr Snowden told the Auckland audience there are NSA facilities in New Zealand that “the GCSB is aware of and that means the prime minister is aware of”.

One of those facilities is in Auckland and there is another north of Auckland.

While he was working at the NSA, Mr Snowden said using XKEYSCORE he could see records of conversations of people around the world.

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Sep 122014



NATO Survey UAV
Apr. 2012 NATO tests new UAV at Camp Marmal, Regional Command North, Afghanistan. Video by RC North PAO.

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North Atlantic Treaty Organization(NATO),military alliance established by the North Atlantic Treaty (also called the Washington Treaty) of April 4, 1949, which sought to create a counterweight to Soviet armies stationed in central and eastern Europe after World War II. Its original members were Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Joining the original signatories were Greece and Turkey (1952); West Germany (1955; from 1990 as Germany); Spain (1982); the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland (1999); Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia (2004); and Albania and Croatia (2009). France withdrew from the integrated military command of NATO in 1966 but remained a member of the organization; it resumed its position in NATOs military command in 2009.

The heart of NATO is expressed in Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty, in which the signatory members agree that

an armed attack against one or more of them in Europe or North America shall be considered an attack against them all; and consequently they agree that, if such an armed attack occurs, each of them, in exercise of the right of individual or collective self-defense recognized by Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations, will assist the Party or Parties so attacked by taking forthwith, individually and in concert with the other Parties, such action as it deems necessary, including the use of armed force, to restore and maintain the security of the North Atlantic area.

NATO invoked Article 5 for the first time in 2001, after terrorist attacks organized by exiled Saudi Arabian millionaire Osama bin Laden destroyed the World Trade Center in New York City and part of the Pentagon outside Washington, D.C., killing some 3,000 people.

Article 6 defines the geographic scope of the treaty as covering an armed attack on the territory of any of the Parties in Europe or North America. Other articles commit the allies to strengthening their democratic institutions, to building their collective military capability, to consulting each other, and to remaining open to inviting other European states to join.

After World War II in 1945, western Europe was economically exhausted and militarily weak (the western Allies had rapidly and drastically reduced their armies at the end of the war), and newly powerful communist parties had arisen in France and Italy. By contrast, the Soviet Union had emerged from the war with its armies dominating all the states of central and eastern Europe, and by 1948 communists under Moscows sponsorship had consolidated their control of the governments of those countries and suppressed all noncommunist political activity. What became known as the Iron Curtain, a term popularized by Winston Churchill, had descended over central and eastern Europe. Further, wartime cooperation between the western Allies and the Soviets had completely broken down. Each side was organizing its own sector of occupied Germany, so that two German states would emerge, a democratic one in the west and a communist one in the east.

In 1948 the United States launched the Marshall Plan, which infused massive amounts of economic aid to the countries of western and southern Europe on the condition that they cooperate with each other and engage in joint planning to hasten their mutual recovery. As for military recovery, under the Brussels Treaty of 1948, the United Kingdom, France, and the Low CountriesBelgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourgconcluded a collective-defense agreement called the Western European Union. It was soon recognized, however, that a more formidable alliance would be required to provide an adequate military counterweight to the Soviets.

By this time Britain, Canada, and the United States had already engaged in secret exploratory talks on security arrangements that would serve as an alternative to the United Nations (UN), which was becoming paralyzed by the rapidly emerging Cold War. In March 1948, following a virtual communist coup dtat in Czechoslovakia in February, the three governments began discussions on a multilateral collective-defense scheme that would enhance Western security and promote democratic values. These discussions were eventually joined by France, the Low Countries, and Norway and in April 1949 resulted in the North Atlantic Treaty.

Spurred by the North Korean invasion of South Korea in June 1950, the United States took steps to demonstrate that it would resist any Soviet military expansion or pressures in Europe. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, the leader of the Allied forces in western Europe in World War II, was named Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) by the North Atlantic Council (NATOs governing body) in December 1950. He was followed as SACEUR by a succession of American generals.

The North Atlantic Council, which was established soon after the treaty came into effect, is composed of ministerial representatives of the member states, who meet at least twice a year. At other times the council, chaired by the NATO secretary-general, remains in permanent session at the ambassadorial level. Just as the position of SACEUR has always been held by an American, the secretary-generalship has always been held by a European.

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Exclusive: The Sept. 18 referendum on Scottish independence pits the ancient lure of freedom from English dominance against practical economic issues of the future. Continued union seemed to be winning but a late surge for separation has made the outcome a toss-up, as Don North reports.

By Don North

Anyone who has seen the movie Braveheart with Mel Gibson playing the Scottish hero William Wallace can understand the historic animosities between Scotland and its powerful neighbor to the south, England. Set mostly in the late Thirteenth Century, the movie tells the story of an early fight for Scottish freedom, albeit with many Hollywood fictional flourishes.

But the substance was true. Wallace led a Scottish uprising against Englands tyrannical Edward I and despite some stunning victories including the Battle of Stirling Wallaces army was ultimately defeated. After his capture and treason trial in 1305, Wallace was dragged naked through the streets of London and then tortured to death on the execution grounds of Smithfield. In the movie version, his last word was: Freedom!

A statue of William Wallace at the entrance of Edinburgh Castle. (Photo credit: Don North)

Wallaces severed body parts were sent north to be displayed as a warning to other Scottish rebels. But as the movie notes this grisly message had a different impact, helping to inspire more resistance led by Robert the Bruce, the other great warrior for Scottish freedom who defeated Edward II at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314.

The union of the two countries in 1707, after centuries of hostilities and bloodshed, was regarded by many Scots as a shotgun marriage that more than300 years later has not diluted the differences in outlook and attitude between the ill-matched partners.

Beyond their stubborn desire forfreedom and their deep-seated pride, the Scots are not known to forgive ancient quarrels easily and their history of hatred toward the English is part of the back story in the referendum for Scottish independence on Sept. 18.

In some ways, the vote will hinge on whether the Scots side with their ancient heritage of resisting English domination or accept that their economic future is brighter as part of the United Kingdom.

Theres also the issue of anti-Scottish bigotry in English literature and society. For instance, Dr. Samuel Johnson In 1773 wrote a much quoted maxim, The noblest prospect that a Scotchman ever sees is the high road that leads him to England. An unease towards the English, a suspicion that they are social superiors, has for centuries troubled the Scottish psyche.

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Sep 102014



Nato Hell March
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) also called the North Atlantic Alliance is an intergovernmental military alliance based on the North Atlantic Treaty which was signed on 4 April…

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Clip 2 002 Freedom advances the ball
Saturday September 6,2014 – Brutal heat. 90+ humid. JT's of Springfield MA vs Freedom Rugby at 33 Hobbs Road, North Hampton, New Hampshire.

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Saturday September 6,2014 – Brutal heat. 90+ humid. JT's of Springfield MA vs Freedom Rugby at 33 Hobbs Road, North Hampton, New Hampshire.

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COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) A Faeroe Islands court has found six members of the U.S.-based Sea Shepherd Conservation Society guilty of attempting to hinder a traditional pilot whales drive in the North Atlantic islands, and fined each one 1,000 kroner ($174).

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The view from the M/S Lofoten on the journey from Bod to Svolvaer in Norway, Sept. 8, 2014. Please click to enlarge. (Photo: Tom Yulsman)

Greetings from Norways spectacular Lofoten Islands,one of the crown jewels of our planets biodiversity: an environment above the Arctic Circle where coral reefs actually thrive, seabirds by the millions roost, and Orcas, humpbacks, and sperm wales not to mention humans feast on teeming stocks of fish.

This biodiversity has been described as an Arctic Amazon rainforest and Great Barrier Reef all in one.

Im here to help lead a field trip thats part of a climate change communication course organized by a colleague atOslo and Akershus University Collegeof Applied Sciences.Ill have more to say about this special place in coming days. In the meantime, I thought Id post this ImaGeo postcard.

I photographed the scene up top as our Hurtigruten ship, the M/S Lofoten, was steaming out into Vestfjorden, a wide bight of water separating the Lofoten archipelago from the Salten district of Norway. (For a map, click here.)

Tommy Edvardsen, Chief Officer of the M/S Lofoten, on the bridge. (Photograph: Tom Yulsman)

The ship, built in 1964, is worth commenting on. Shes still got the original engine, which according to the crew may be distinguished in a remarkable way: among engines for which records have been kept, the M/S Lofotens may well be the longest operating engine on Earth 300,000 hours in all.

Moreover, as shes plied the waters between Bergen in the south and Kirkenes in the north, shestraveled a distance equivalent to the moon and back eight times,according to Tommy Edvardsen, Chief Officer of the ship. (Thats him at the helm in the photo at right.)

Im writing this from the town of Svolvaer, where Ill be staying for the next few days while Im helping with the course. When I get a chance, Ill share some of what Ive learned about this remarkable place, along with more photographs. So I hope youll check back for more.

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13 beaches closed

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Sep 092014

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department has announced that lifesaving services at 13 beaches have been suspended, and seven public pools are closed, due to insufficient lifeguards on duty today.

The beaches are Anglers’, Ting Kau and Ma Wan Tung Wan beaches in Tsuen Wan; Butterfly and Golden beaches in Tuen Mun; Silverstrand and Clear Water Bay Second beaches in Sai Kung; and, Deep Water Bay, Repulse Bay, South Bay, Stanley Main, Turtle Cove and Shek O beaches in Southern District.

Red flags have been hoisted at these beaches. For safety reasons, swimmers should not enter the water.

The closed pools are Morrison Hill and Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park pools on Hong Kong Island; Tai Kok Tsui, Hammer Hill Road, Jordan Valley, and Lam Tin pools in Kowloon; and, Tung Chung Swimming Pool in the New Territories.

Sixteen pools partially open are Pao Yue Kong, Kennedy Town, Victoria Park and Siu Sai Wan pools on Hong Kong Island; Lai Chi Kok Park, Sham Shui Po Park, Kowloon Park, Kowloon Tsai and Kwun Tong pools in Kowloon; and, Jockey Club Yan Oi Tong, Tuen Mun North West, Shing Mun Valley, Tsing Yi, Tseung Kwan O, Sai Kung and Hin Tin pools in New Territories.

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The calls are prompted by what NATO members allege is Russian military support for separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine. The focus on Russia and European defense marks a return to NATO's roots as its decade-long war in land-locked Afghanistan, 4,000 miles from the North Atlantic, winds down. In a speech, British Prime Minister David Cameron complained that "Russia is ripping up the rulebook …

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SAN DIEGO (CNS) – The National Weather Service issued a flood advisory for San Diego’s East County and North County Saturday as rain and thunderstorms soaked the mountains and deserts.

The urban and small stream flood advisory was issued at 1:53 p.m. Saturday for East County mountain and desert communities and was to be in effect until 5 p.m. Saturday. The NWS said brief, heavy rain in the mountains Saturday caused ponds of water and shallow streams of water flowing across roadways.

The CHP reported moderate to heavy rain on State Route 76 near East Grade Road in Santa Ysabel near Lake Henshaw.

The NWS said the heaviest storms about 2 p.m. were in Campo and near Lake Morena along State Route 94. The agency announced about 2:30 p.m. the storms in those areas had weakened, but storms in the areas near Pine Valley and Laguna Summit near Interstate 8 had strengthened, as had the storm in Santa Ysabel.

The NWS said the storms are being caused by Hurricane Norbert, a Category 3 hurricane off the Pacific coast of Baja California Sur that was expected to send a 4-6 foot swell to county beaches Sunday. Deep tropical moisture being drawn northward around the storm was causing the rain and thunderstorms.

San Diego County mountains and deserts were expected be under a flash flood watch from early Sunday morning through Monday evening.

The NWS also issued abeach hazard warning, and said the elevated surf and large tidal swings would result in strong and dangerous rip and long shore currents at county beaches through late Monday.

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TIME Opinion foreign affairs The Islands Stuck in the Middle of Scotlands Vote for Independence Houses of the Neolithic settlement of Skara Brae, on June 1, 2014 in Bay of Skaill, Scotland. The Skara Brae settlement was discovered in 1850 and is one of the most important prehistoric sites on the Orkney, showing how people lived approximately 5,000 years ago. Jeremy Sutton-HibbertGetty Images For Orkney, a “yes” vote may not lead to sovereignty

Ten years ago a farmer was digging in his backyard in Ness of Brodgara village on one of the islands that makes up the Scottish archipelago of Orkneywhen he came across some strange stones. They seemed to be man-made. By 2008 archaeologists had started to excavate the site on a small stretch of green land between the waters of the North Atlantic. Soon they realized they had found the most well-preserved stone houses of the Stone Agewhat are now being called the First Stonehenge.

Who governed Orkney then? We dont know. Who governs Orkney now? We still dont know. But some clarity could come this month with a referendum that will impact the lives of the 23,000 people who inhabit these 70 islands. On September 18, the voters of Scotlandall residents older than 16 yearswill decide whether to become an independent country or remain within the United Kingdom.

The question is a complicated one, and it is being debated in not only Scotland but also around the world. The question is even more complicated in the case of Orkney, where sovereignty has been an open question since the beginning of European society here more than 5,000 years ago.

Orkney lies in the sea north of the Scottish mainland, between Scotland and Norway. This strategic position has given the Orkney people both opportunities and challenges. Over the ages, the archipelago has been occupied by Nordic Vikings, Norwegian kings, and Scottish monarchs. In 1707, it was attached to the United Kingdom along with Scotland.

During the two world wars, the British military used Orkney as their main naval basethe remains of sunken warships can still be seen today along the coastlines of Orkney. More recently, the regions enormous natural resourceincluding fish, gas, oil, and new opportunities to generate electricity from wind and tidal flowshave given rise to a great deal of interest in Orkney.

The fertile land and mild climate offered (and still offer) a perfect setting for people to settle, meet, and develop, explains the historian David Murdoch, who makes his living by showing the archipelago to foreigners from Scotland and beyond. When I arrived on the tiny airfield to report on Orkney for the Swiss Broadcasting Company, the first landmark outside the airport in Kirkwall, the main city of Orkney, was a large sign with three big lettersY-E-S.

A yes vote in the September referendum would mean independence for Scotland, but its not clear if that would mean more independence for Orkney. Sovereignty has a difficult history here. When Scotlandafter a successful popular vote back in 1997achieved more autonomy within the United Kingdom, Orkneys regional powers were reduced. And Orkneys regional powers werent much to begin with, the UK being one of Europes most centralized polities.

Orkney is hoping for a reversaland more sovereignty. The question is whether an independent Scotland will produce that result.

We need to be taken much more seriously, stresses the islands Prime Minister Steven Heddle as he welcomes me at the Orkney Islands Councils headquarters in Kirkwall. The Council governs all of Orkney. While we contribute a lot to the wealth of Scotland and the UK, we have very little possibility to decide our own local affairs, says Heddle, who would like to see the development of a strong democracy across Orkney, including what he calls the features of true direct democracy.

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Civilization V: Swedish Space Race #22 – Freedom Day
Welcome to Civilization V! As Gustavus Adolphus, the Lion of the North, I'm going to try to lead the people of Sweden to the stars with a Science Victory. It's a standard size map, on the Prince…

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Under-the-radar spots for summering.

The mayor shouldnt have gone to Capri this summer.

Thats not just because it made de Blasio absent during one of the biggest challenges of his young tenure so far the death of Eric Garner its because Capri, while beautiful, is also expensive, touristic, and, worst of all, as glitzy as you can get. The mere name smacks of wealth and privilege bad PR, even at the best of times for a mayor who ran on an anti-Bloombergian platform of equity. Italy boasts plenty of other islands that would have been a better bet for the mayor. Yes, the photos of their spectacular scenery and crystal-clear water would still have made New Yorkers jealous, but most of his constituents likely wouldnt recognize their names. Here are five places I would have sent de Blasio instead. (Mr. Mayor, next time, call me!)

IschiaThe largest island in the Bay of Naples, Ischia is like Capris slightly less glamorous sister. Like the other islands on this list, Ischia is hardly unknown to Italians. (Or to Germans. As with most of the worlds seemingly off-the-beaten-path spots, the Germans are already there.) It is, however, off the radar for much of the international jet-set crowd. You come here for the stunning scenery and the beaches, not the Michelin-starred restaurants and “Page Six”clubs. Ischias under-the-radar feel is surprising, though, given its beauty. Picture a place thats lush, green, and dotted with wildflowers. Top it with a ridiculously large, labyrinthine castle (the Castello Aragonese, with origins that date back to the ancient Greek fortress of 474 B.C.E.). Pop in thermal pools, world-famous gardens, and whitewashed resort towns where vacationing Italians stroll on evening passeggiate or nibble on the flaky sfogliatelle pastries of nearby Naples, or Ischias particular specialty, cooked coniglio (that would be rabbit).

ProcidaAt one and a half square miles, Procida (pro-CHEE-dah), located just 40 minutes from Naples by hydrofoil, is the smallest island in the Bay of Naples. Its also, in some ways, the loveliest. Because its been a settlement for fishermen for so long (today, some 11,000 residents live here year-round), it doesnt have as much lush, open space as Ischia or Capri. What Procida lacks in greenery, however, it makes up for with its local legends, gorgeous views, and pastel villages all of which feel like working fishermens villages, not resort towns, since, of course, thats what they are. Old men gather in the little piazzas here at dusk for a smoke and a chat; local kids (and day-tripping families from nearby Naples) splash in the water. No surprise that the island was used as the setting for the film Il Postino.

Dont miss a visit to Terra Murata, the citadel-village that was walled off to protect against ongoing incursions by Saracenic pirates in the 16th century, and its Benedictine abbey. This abbey happens to be the site of a local miracle: When Procida was besieged by pirates on May 8, 1535, an image of St. Michael the Archangel was said to appear in the sky, sword drawn. The pirates fled, an event celebrated with a procession every year on May 8. The weeks leading up to Good Friday, meanwhile, see locals working hard on their larger-than-life, handmade floats of wood, cloth, and papier-mch, each showing a different scene from the Passion; called the misteri (mysteries), these floats are destroyed when the procession ends.

PonzaWhen Romes wealthy (or their friends) need a weekend escape and dont have time to get to Capri, this is where they come its a good 70 miles further north (and closer to Rome) than the Bay of Naples. Not that you have to be a millionaire to get here. Plenty of ferries run from Formia or Anzio (each an hours train ride south of Rome) directly to the island, with the fastest taking 70 minutes, and accommodation as with all of these islands includes many more apartment and house rentals and B&Bs than full-blown, five-star resorts.

Measuring less than three square miles (compare that to Ischias whopping 18), Ponza is tiny. But dont let its size fool you. This is an island where myth dwarfs the actual place: Legend has it that Odysseus was seduced and kept here by the sorceress Circe, whose cliffside cave you can still see, while the island itself got its name from Pontius Pilate, whose family was said to have a house here.

Ponza today is a lovely, tranquil island scattered with a handful of pastel-colored villages, its edges bordered with dramatic cliffs, hidden coves, and, of course, that bright-blue water. Renting a little outboard boat and toodling around the coastline is popular, especially since many of the tiny beaches arent particularly accessible with even a tiny Smart unless you dont mind parking at the top and taking steep, winding paths down (and then back up) the 500 foot cliffs to the sea.

PanareaPanarea is the Capri of the Aeolian islands, an arc of eight isles just to the north of Messina; on a map, they look like the pebbles being kicked up by the boot as it tries to give Sicily the old heave-ho. At just over one square mile and home to fewer than 300 residents year-round, Panarea is super-tiny. Its also super-chic; if de Blasio were hoping for an exclusive feel that wouldnt come with all the bad PR of a name as recognizable as Capri, this would be the spot. Its handful of exclusive clubs have given it the reputation of being the top Aeolian island for nightlife, so it’s no surprise that Panarea swells with visitors the vast majority of them well-heeled Italians come July and, especially, August. But dont worry, Mr. Mayor: The tiny, waterfront village, with its couple of clubs, is so small, even all of the visitors start to recognize one another after a single night; if Chiara and Dante insist on going out on the town, Panarea is as safe as it gets.

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Russia faced harsh criticism at the start of a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit in Wales today with the 28 member state alliance reevaluating its security role in Europe amid the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said the alliance continues to witness Russian involvement in destabilizing the situation in eastern Ukraine even after Russian …

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For the third consecutive year, 180fusion has been selected as the 2014 Best of Manhattan Award in the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) category and awarded into the Hall of Fame for Top SEO Company. 180fusion has been recognized as a local company that has enhanced the positive image of small businesses through exceptional customer service, SEO Results, and community support.

The Program identifies prominent companies that are leaders in their local community and business category. The Award was established to recognize the best of local businesses in each community. Nationwide, only 0.5% (1 in 140) of 2014 award recipients qualified as Three-Time Award Winners. To choose recipients, the committee gathered and analyzed various sources of information including data provided by third parties.

180fusion is honored to be recognized as the #1 provider of high-quality Local SEO. Our team continues to focus on helping SMBs increase sales by generating qualified traffic from our SEO products and services, Scott Cohen, CEO of 180fusion.

As one of the fastest growing private companies as recognized by Inc 500, 180fusion has grown the digital marketing team by 85+ employees to deliver an integrated suite of SEO, SEM and Social Media solutions for clients in all industries from startups to large enterprise companies.

About 180fusion 180fusion is a nationally recognized search engine marketing company specializing in helping companies increase sales, generate qualified leads, and expand market share by taking full advantage of the internet. Its suite of integrated solutions include National and Local SEO, PPC Management, Mobile Search, and Social Media Marketing to help thousands of small and medium sized companies to Fortune 1000 companies succeed online. 180fusion is offering expert insight, best-in-class products, and continuous innovation to address emerging digital marketing challenges for its customers and channel partners. 180fusion was recognized in the Inc. Magazine Top 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America in 2014 as #176 overall and top 25 fastest growing in the Advertising and Marketing industry. The LA Business Journal also awarded 180fusion for Top 100 Best Places to Work at #18. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California with regional offices across North America. For more information, please visit: http://www.180fusion.com.

About Manhattan Award Program The Manhattan Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Manhattan area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

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There are now over 200 BTMs (Bitcoin Teller Machines) in operation around the world, according to Coindesk's cryptocurrency ATM location tracking page. The majority of the BTMs are in North America, however they can also be found throughout Europe, Asia, South America, Oceania and even Africa.

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