Jamiroquai Shares Official Music Video For “Cloud 9” Dance Anthem [Watch]

first_imgWe cannot wait for Jamiroquai’s full fledged return with Automaton on Friday, March 31st.Automaton Tracklist:01. Shake It On02. Automaton03. Cloud 904. Superfresh05. Hot Property06. Something About You07. Summer Girl08. Nights Out In The Jungle09. Dr Buzz10. We Can Do It11. Vitamin12. Carla,We cannot wait for Jamiroquai’s full fledged return with Automaton on Friday, March 31st.,Automaton Tracklist:01. Shake It On02. Automaton03. Cloud 904. Superfresh05. Hot Property06. Something About You07. Summer Girl08. Nights Out In The Jungle09. Dr Buzz10. We Can Do It11. Vitamin12. Carla Just last month, Jamiroquai snapped back into action with the announcement of their new album, Automaton. Since then, the group has announced tour dates and shared their first new music since 2010 in the form of Automaton’s title track. They followed up the future funk track with another dance anthem, titled “Cloud 9.”Today, the group shares the official music video for “Cloud 9” that sees frontman Jay Kay fall in love with a woman after being heartbroken from a past partner. See below:last_img read more

Zuckerberg to urge US to update ‘rules for the internet’

first_imgFacebook chief Mark Zuckerberg will tell a major antitrust hearing Wednesday that the internet giant would not have succeeded without US laws fostering competition, but that the rules of the internet now need updating.”Facebook is a proudly American company,” Zuckerberg said in prepared remarks ahead of what will be a closely-watched House Judiciary Committee hearing. “Our story would not have been possible without US laws that encourage competition and innovation.” The showdown in the House of Representatives comes amid rising concerns over Big Tech dominance, which has become even more pronounced during the coronavirus pandemic.”Ultimately, I believe companies shouldn’t be making so many judgments about important issues like harmful content, privacy, and election integrity on their own,” Zuckerberg’s prepared remarks read. But Zuckerberg also acknowledged “concerns about the size and perceived power that tech companies have.””That’s why I’ve called for a more active role for governments and regulators and updated rules for the internet.”Wednesday’s unprecedented hearing will also feature chief executives Tim Cook of Apple, Jeff Bezos of Amazon and Sundar Pichai of Google and its parent firm Alphabet.The CEOs of four of the most powerful companies in the world will testify remotely at the hearing, which comes less than 100 days before the US election.center_img Big vs BadQuestions at the hearing are expected to veer into issues ranging beyond whether the technology titans are abusing their power in marketplaces.Current US antitrust laws make it difficult for enforcers to target companies simply for being large or dominant without showing harm to consumers or abuse of market power.”We believe in values – democracy, competition, inclusion and free expression – that the American economy was built on,” Zuckerberg is to say.”Many other tech companies share these values, but there’s no guarantee our values will win out.”He is to cite the example of China building and exporting a version of the internet focused on “very different ideas” from the US model.”I believe it’s important to maintain the core values of openness and fairness that have made America’s digital economy a force for empowerment and opportunity here and around the world,” Zuckerberg is to say.Tech company chiefs are expected to stress how they benefit consumers, particularly during the pandemic, and face competition — particularly from China.The antitrust debate is being muddled by a rising “techlash” over a range of issues from privacy to economic inequality to political bias.”Facebook is a successful company now, but we got there the American way: we started with nothing and provided better products that people find valuable,” Zuckerberg is to say.”As I understand our laws, companies aren’t bad just because they are big. Many large companies that fail to compete cease to exist.Social media giants face attacks for allegedly using their dominance to stifle conservative views — a claim made by President Donald Trump.Facebook has been accused of failing to curb hateful content promoting violence, including from Trump.Topics :last_img read more