Popular news outlet Liputan6.com filed a report of alleged intimidation, in the form of doxing, against one of its journalists, Cakrayuri “Cakra” Nuralam, to the Jakarta Police on Monday.”We have reported the [unlawful] publication of a Liputan6.com journalist’s personal information [to the police]. This report is a way to fight against intimidation toward journalists,” Legal Aid Institute for the Press (LBH Pers) director Ade Wahyudin said on Monday.Liputan6.com editor-in-chief Irna Gustiawati said she had also reported the intimidation to the National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM) last Tuesday.In a meeting, the commission said doxing was a violation of human rights, especially since the attack did not only affect the victim but also his family members.On Sept. 11, several social media accounts published Cakra’s personal information on several platforms, such as Instagram and Telegram.In a bid to discredit him, the perpetrator edited Cakra’s photos and published them without his consent. Moreover, the perpetrator also edited pictures taken by Liputan6.com journalists to be used in a campaign of harassment against the news outlet and the journalist.Read also: AJI urges police to investigate alleged intimidation, doxing of Detik journalistThe intimidation was apparently inspired by a fact-check article published on Sept. 10, in which Cakra refuted claims that a member of the House of Representatives from the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) is the grandson of the founder of the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) in West Sumatra.A day later, four Instagram accounts posted Cakra’s personal data, such as his social media accounts, email addresses and phone numbers.Those accounts also posted hate speech against him, calling Cakra “the regime’s journalist”, “a monkey” and “a PKI supporter” among other things.Throughout 2019, LBH Pers recorded an increasing number of incidents of violence against journalists, including cyberattacks and doxing. The institute found 79 attacks against journalists in 2019, which was eight more cases than in 2018.Ade expressed hope that other journalists who experienced similar cyberbullying could also file a report to the police.”Filing a report is necessary as a deterrent effect against perpetrators. Journalists work for the public interest and they are protected by the Press Law,” he said. According to the Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI), three cases of doxing against journalists were reported to authorities in 2018. However, no case of journalist doxing has been solved by the police or law enforcement.Topics :
OA vs. Switzerland County Varsity Baseball Thursday (5-10)SC 200 200 0 4 5 2OA 000 003 0 3 7 2For OA:Andrew Oesterling 1-4Adam Huber 1-4Matt Sedler 1-3, run, sbMichael Hoff 2-3, runRiley Schebler 1-3, rbiChris Hautman 1-3, 2 rbiZach West 0-2, bbZach Wegman 1-3Chris Hautman 7 IP, 4 earned runs, 5 hits, 6 k, 1 bb, hbp LossVarsity Record: 5-11Courtesy of Twisters Coach Doug Behlmer.
Batesville Area CYO Basketball TourneySunday (2-10) Semi-Final ResultsGame 1-St. Louis 1 50 All Saints 2 26Game 2-St. Louis 2 69 St. Michael’s 552019 tourney (3)In a game were St. Louis-1 defense would be the difference, St. Louis-1 defeated All Saints-2 50-26. The first half saw a close game as St. Louis-1 would lead by 11 23-12. Our defense was playing extremely well and I knew if we could get our offense going we would be able to win. Second half St. Louis-1 defense would continue to play well and earn them a spot in the Deanery Finals. In a game were our offense didn’t play real well, our defense carried us to the victory. Courtesy of Bruins Coach Roger Dietz.St. Louis-2 defeated St. Michael’s 69-56 and advanced to the finals of the deanery tournament. St. Louis-2 started the game off slow as they found themselves down 15-8 after one quarter. We didn’t match St. Michael’s intensity in the first quarter. St. Louis-2 would regroup and would lead 31-26 at half. The 2nd half would become a very physical game and St. Louis-2 would manage to keep their composure to hold St. Michael’s. Courtesy of Bruins Coach Fuzz Springmeyer.‘In my 31 years coaching St. Louis CYO basketball, this only the second time that a team 1 and 2 from the same parish would meet in the finals. 1995 St. Louis-1 would defeat St. Louis-2. St. Louis-1 would go on to win the Indianapolis Archdiocesan State Championship.’ Batesville CYO Tourney Director Roger Dietz.
Published on March 29, 2016 at 12:52 am Contact Liam: [email protected] Gary Gait acknowledges that his defense is more aggressive than most. Most teams don’t run a zone defense and Syracuse’s backer zone features more aggressive play, closing out and pressuring the ball.Gait thinks that because of the difference in style, referees tend to call more fouls on the Orange.“Sometimes I watch and I hear the whistle go and I ask myself, ‘Why,’” Gait said. “… I think it’s a unique combination of getting a reputation and all of a sudden they’re blowing the whistle a lot.”Fouls have been a problem for Syracuse so far this season, averaging 37.67 fouls per game, 10 more than the next-closest team in the Atlantic Coast Conference. No. 4 SU (8-3, 2-1 Atlantic Coast) looks to eliminate whistles and, with them, eight-meter opportunities on Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Carrier Dome as it takes on Connecticut (7-1, 1-0 American Athletic).In some of the biggest games of the season, fouls against SU’s defense played a major part. In an 11-10 overtime loss to then-No. 2 Florida, Syracuse fouled 42 times and in a 16-12 win over then-No. 7 Northwestern, there were 53 fouls against the Orange, assistant coach Regy Thorpe said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe backer zone defense requires players to quickly cover ground and approach charging offensive players anywhere from 5 to 7 yards away, break down in front of them and successfully defend the scoring opportunity.“We know it’s not good to foul and we’re not trying to foul,” said senior defender and captain Mallory Vehar. “But sometimes it happens.”With the constant moving parts of Syracuse’s active zone, the likelihood of a foul being called increases. Vehar thinks the number is too high, regardless of whether Syracuse if falling victim to errant calls from referees or whether its aggressive defense is in fact prone to fouls.While Gait said he may switch to a less aggressive defense in the right situation, the high numbers of fouls aren’t alarming enough to warrant an immediate scheme switch.“We’re trying to do what we need to do to have success on the defensive end,” Gait said.SU ranks fifth in the ACC in goals against — 9.08 per game — and has had success defensively. Gait doesn’t think fouls have cost SU a game yet this season and believes mental errors have been more costly.But the threat remains, and the defense has focused on limiting fouls and learning to mix caution with its high tempo. When a whistle is blown, opponents receive an eight-meter opportunity with ample free space to potentially leave goalkeeper Allie Murray exposed.Primarily, the team works on approach drills where players perform anywhere from 5- to 10-yard sprints out to close the gap as the ball reverses around the outside of the defensive zone. The exercise teaches reflexively quick response times, but emphasize poise and control in the approach in an attempt to limit fouls and the opportunities that accompany them.“It comes down to discipline and learning and we’ve made some adjustments,” Thorpe said. “You can’t be out of control and we’ve had to do some fundamental work on our approach and our bumps.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
An overtime thriller saw Wisconsin men’s soccer (3–4–1, 1–1 Big Ten) beat the University of Maryland (2–3–2, 1–1 Big Ten) 2–1 Friday night.A raucous crowd of nearly 6,000 turned out for the Big Ten matchup at College Park in Maryland. The day doubled as the University of Maryland’s pride day — showing their support for the LGBTQ+ community.With the home crowd at their backs, Maryland came out firing and dominated the early stages of play.Much like their previous game against Indiana, Wisconsin conceded a score early. Only six minutes into the match, Maryland forward Paul Bin scored after finding himself on the end of a well-placed cross from midfielder William James Herve.Football: Meet Wisconsin’s newest defensive star, Scott NelsonAfter a demoralizing loss to the BYU Cougars, it’s easy to forget the University of Wisconsin football team still has Read…The Terps’ domination continued for the entirety of the first half, recording six shots on goal and controlling the ball handedly — the Badgers weren’t even able to register a shot in the first 45 minutes. However, the Wisconsin defense held steady and the score remained 1–0 at the half.The Badgers came out with more purpose in the second half, and you could feel the tide start to turn as Wisconsin took five shots to the Terps’ three.Wisconsin head coach John Trask acknowledged the change of control in a conversation with UW Athletics post-match.“I felt it was a kind of a tale of two halves,” Trask said. “Obviously, they were the better team in the first half, and we were in the second.”Women’s soccer: Dani Rhodes is Big Ten Player of the Week after impressive weekendThe No. 17 University of Wisconsin women’s soccer team (7–1–1, 1–0–1 Big Ten) tied Northwestern(6–1–2, 0–1–1 Big Ten) 1–1 Friday Read…Despite having more control over the match and spending more time in the attacking third, with time ticking down, Wisconsin still hadn’t found the back of the net.With 85th minute came a crucial moment when Wisconsin goalkeeper Dean Cowdroy produced an excellent save to deny Maryland forward Eric Matzelevich and keep the Terps’ advantage at just one goal.Then, with just 53 seconds left on the clock, Badger sophomore Michael Russell II got on the end of a pass across goal from Andrew Akindele, and, after his first attempt was denied by Terps goalkeeper Dayne St. Clair, Russell was able to follow up on the rebound and put it home for the equalizer.The late Badger goal saw the game tied 1–1 at the end of regulation, and overtime would be needed to find a winner.The first ten-minute overtime period came and went without too many chances. The second and final overtime provided much more excitement — with just four minutes before the game would have to be declared a draw, Badger defender Zach Klancnik scored the golden goal to secure a Badger victory.Klancnik put a great header towards the top left corner which forced an incredible save from St. Clair, but Klancnik was on hand to beat two Terps’ defenders to the ball and poke it home to give Wisconsin their second win over Maryland in program history.After the match, Trask commended his team for their performance in a tough environment away from home.Football: Wisconsin survives Iowa 28-17, salvages hope for Playoff seasonMost games following a season-altering loss are automatically labeled as a chance at redemption, a chance to reassert the program’s Read…“I don’t know the record Maryland has playing at home in College Park over the past 15 years, but I do know that teams don’t usually come in here and leave with a win. Great game,” Trask said.But the Badgers won’t be getting ahead of themselves with big matches coming up against Marquette (3–5, 1–1 Big Ten) and No. 5 Michigan State (7–0–2, 1–0 Big Ten).“The good thing about this team is that they realize this is just one game,” Trask said. “Our focus turns to Wednesday against Marquette at their place and then another huge Big Ten game against an elite Michigan State team.”
Seminars for the referees and assistant referees, as well as for the referee observers of the BH Telecom Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, were held at the Hills Hotel in Ilidža last weekend.On Saturday, after a medical examination at the Atrijum Polyclinic in Sarajevo, referees and assistant referees accessed a video test at the hotel, after which classes began.“Playing the ball by hand”, “Simulating”, “Offside”, “Obligations and communication in relation to the referees – fitness instructor”, “System in the function of football game” were the topics of the lecture on the first day of the seminar, which ended with a written test from the Laws of the Football Game.On Sunday, a fitness test was conducted, after which the referees and assistant referees, together with the referee observers, attended a lecture on the topic of “Decisions in the penalty area” and the analysis of the refereeing in the autumn part of the championship.Referee observers took the video test yesterday, as well as a written exam from the Laws of the Football Game.
11 a.m. — Yankees at Rays, Sept. 28, 2011. Maybe the craziest regular-season day ever. This was the gem, the Rays coming back from a 7-0 deficit to win and clinch a playoff spot. 4 p.m. — Rays at White Sox, July 23, 2009. Mark Buehrle was brilliant, Dewayne Wise was the golden glove and Buehrle wrapped up his perfecto in a tidy 2 hours, 3 minutes. 6 p.m. — Royals at A’s, Sept. 4, 2002. You know the scene in “Moneyball,” when Chris Pratt homers to give the A’s their 20th consecutive win. But there will be no actual baseball played on March 26, as you know. It’s a shame, but it’s the right thing as the world deals with the coronavirus impact (seriously, people, stay home and wash your hands regularly). MORE: Dear MLB: More mic’d-up games, pleaseAll times are Eastern. MLB Opening Day schedule 2020There are no live games, but there’s plenty of baseball to watch. Lots and lots of baseball, actually. And that’s a good thing, with MLB leading the way to make the best of a bad situation. Baseball fans, there is a plethora of games to be watched on Thursday (and, yes, we know what a plethora means.)MLB NetworkWe’ll start here, with the league’s flagship network. MLB Network is showing what it deems to be four classic opening day games. I’ve never actually sat down and ranked Opening Day games, so I can’t say whether these are the four best or not, but the one that always comes to mind for me is in there, so that’s good. 1 p.m. — Yankees at Indians, 1996. Derek Jeter’s first Opening Day4 p.m. — Giants at Dodgers, 2013. Peak Clayton Kershaw homers and tosses a shutout. 6 p.m. — Giants at Diamondbacks, 2017. MadBum vs. Greinke. Lots of fun9 p.m. — Padres and Rockies, 2005. Peak Coors Field; no spoilers, but the losing team hit five home runs that day. Midnight — Mets at Cubs, 1994. Tuffy Rhodes, who had five total career homers heading into the game, popped three — THREE — home runs off Dwight Gooden. FS1There are few things in sports better than a Game 7 with a championship on the line, and FS1 has a couple of doozies lined up. 7 p.m. — Cubs at Indians, 2016. You remember this one. Neither team had won a World Series title in generations, so of course this one went to extra innings. 10 p.m. — Yankees at Diamondbacks, 2001. Just an unforgettable series. Fitting, maybe, that in a classic with so many home runs, the winning run was chased home on a bloop single. ESPNBaseball programming most of the day, including Tim Kurkjian’s new show. ESPN2 is broadcasting four classic Home Run Derbys starting at 6 p.m. ET — 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2015. RIVERA: 15 things we miss most about baseball, rankedMLB YouTubeThe baseball gets started early here. Bacon and baseball, that’s one heck of a combination. There are games scheduled both for MLB’s primary YouTube channel and the MLB Vault YouTube channel. 8:30 a.m., MLB — Rockies at Brewers, 2018 NLDS G1. Drama! One team tied it with two runs in the ninth, and the other one won with a run in the 10th. Noon, MLB — Angels at Yankees, May 26, 2018. A certain generational superstar turned in his first career 5-for-5 game, in a pretty well-known venue. 1 p.m., MLB Vault — Pirates at Reds, Opening Day 2019. Because baseball should always open in Cincinnati. 3 p.m., MLB — Nationals at Astros, 2019 World Series Game 7. You remember this one. 4 p.m., MLB Vault — Tigers at Orioles, 2014 ALDS Game 2. Because baseball was once good in Baltimore, a big comeback win for the O’s!6:05 p.m., MLB — Cubs at Indians, 2016 World Series Game 7. In cases you don’t have FS1, apparently. 10:30 p.m., MLB — Giants at Royals, 2014 World Series Game 7. Tune in to see MadBum dominate and question whether they shoulda sent Alex Gordon (spoiler: they should not have). MLB FacebookEarly start here, too, but an extra half-hour if you can’t get up for breakfast. Games on both MLB’s primary Facebook page and the Spanish-language Las Mayores. 9 a.m. — Brewers at Tigers, June 12, 2007. Justin Verlander tosses the first of his three (and counting?) career no-hitters. 9 a.m. LM — Royals at Indians, Sept. 14, 2017. No biggie. Just a walk-off win for Cleveland. The 22nd win in a row for that club. 11 a.m. — Rangers at Cardinals, 2011 World Series Game 6. Maybe the greatest non-clinching game in baseball history? Watch again and decide for yourself. 12:15 a.m., LM — Rangers at Blue Jays, 2015 ALDS Game 5. The Bat Flip. Enough said. 2:50 p.m. — Red Sox at Yankees, 2003 ALCS Game 7. When the current Yankees manager hit a walk-off home run to send his team to the World Series. 3:30 p.m., LM — Mariners at Rays, Aug. 15, 2012. King Felix was Mr. Perfect. 6 p.m. — Yankees at Red Sox, 2004 ALCS Game 4. Dave Damn Roberts.6 p.m., LM — Marlins at Yankees, 2003 World Series Game 6. Young Josh Beckett dominated the vaunted Yankees with the title on the line. 10 p.m. — Yankees at Diamondbacks, 2001 World Series Game 7. Again, if you don’t have FS1, apparently. 10 p.m., LM — Yankees at Rangers, 2010 ALCS Game 6. The Rangers punched their first ticket to the World Series thanks to eight brilliant innings from Colby Lewis. MLB TwitterSame thing with Facebook here; a slate of games on MLB’s primary Twitter page and a slate of games on the Las Mayores Twitter page. 9 a.m. — Cubs at Phillies, Aug. 15, 2019. Mr. Contract, Bryce Harper, walked off this one with a grand slam. 8:30 a.m., LM — Reds at Pirates, 2013 NL Wild-Card. Francisco Liriano was outstanding, but Johnny Cueto dropped the ball in this one. Pirates win. Noon — Blue Jays at Astros, Sept. 1, 2019. And here’s JV’s third career no-no. 11:15 a.m., LM — Tigers at Twins, Oct. 6, 2009. The Twins had won five in a row to force a tie-breaker, then won this one with a 12th-inning walk-off.3 p.m. — Giants at Rockies, June 18, 2017. Nolan Arenado completed his cycle with a walk-off homer on Father’s Day. That’s all. 3:05 p.m., LM — Dodgers at Braves, 2018 NLDS Game 3. Ronald Acuña introduced himself to the postseason with grand slam that helped the Braves win. 6 p.m. — Mets at Dodgers, 2015 NLDS Game 5. Mets top Dodgers to advance to the NLCS.6:05 p.m., LM — Royals at Mets, 2015 World Series Game 5. Poor Matt Harvey. 9 p.m. — Rockies at Dodgers, June 18, 2014. Peak Kershaw again: 15 strikeouts, no hits. 9:30 p.m., LM — Padres at Rockies, June 14, 2019. Pads scored 12 in a row to come back from an 11-4 deficit to win, 16-12. MLB’s Cut4Leaving no stone unturned, MLB’s Cut4 Twitter page is showing hardball goodness, too. March 26 was supposed to be one of the best days of the year. Maybe the best one on the entire sports calendar. It was Opening Day, with capital letters. All 30 teams were scheduled to play, the way it’s supposed to be, instead of misguided staggered starts of years past that were designed to put eyeballs on one or two games on one of two particular networks.