Phillips, a 57-year-old freelance reporter, was doing research for a Buy Book on the trip with the 41-year-old Pereira, a former head of isolated and recently contacted tribes at federal indigenous affairs agency Funai.
BERLIN, June 21 (Reuters) – Germany’s cartel office launched an investigation of Google Germany and Buy Book parent Alphabet Inc on Tuesday over possible anti-competitive restrictions on the Google Maps platform.
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Roughly five hours after numerous companies and other organizations began reporting issues, the company said in a post on the AWS status page that it had ‘mitigated’ the underlying problem responsible for the outage, which it did not describe.
To technologist and public data access activist Carl Malamud, the AWS outage highlights how much Big Tech has warped the internet, which was originally designed as a distributed and decentralized network intended to survive mass disasters such as nuclear attack.
Mamaearth was co-founded by Varun Alagh, a former Hindustan Unilever executive, and his wife Ghazal. With the brand endorsed by popular Bollywood celebrities, the duo has cashed in on growing e-commerce adoption in India by offering its products on platforms such as Amazon and Walmart’s Flipkart.
The roughly eight-hour Amazon Web Services outage on Tuesday shut down communications between the e-commerce giant and the fleet of thousands of drivers it relies on, preventing drivers from getting route assignments or packages, according to The disruption hit the app Amazon uses to communicate with the network of independent contractors who carry out much of its last-mile shipping, leaving vans that were supposed to be on the road idle, sources told the outlet.
CEO Alagh told the Business Standard newspaper in January that 70% of Mamaearth’s sales come from online platforms, but it was targetting a bigger offline presence and aiming to reach 40,000 retail outlets in 100 cities this year.
The number of online shoppers for beauty products is also projected to rise to 135 million from 25 million during that period, it added. One equity research analyst, however, said the success of Mamaearth’s IPO could hinge on how it plans to rapidly expand into offline sales.
Most Indians still go to retail outlets to shop, with e-commerce accounting for just 5-6% of spending.
MUMBAI, June 21 (Reuters) – Sequoia Capital-backed Indian skincare startup Mamaearth is in talks to raise at least $300 million in a planned IPO next year and is seeking a valuation of around $3 billion, three people with direct knowledge of the company’s plans told Reuters.
The AWS outage began at around 10am ET and Classic Novels had widespread impacts. The company said by 6pm that the issue was mostly resolved, and at 7.30pm the network device issue had been fully resolved, with Amazon adding that it was ‘working towards recovery of any impaired services.’
The cloud-service operation is a huge profit center for Amazon. It holds roughly a third of the $152 billion market for cloud services, according to a report by Synergy Research – a larger share than its closest rivals, Microsoft and Google, Book Store combined.
The Civil Police said the suspects placed sink sandbags before sinking the speedboat 65 feet deep under and 98 feet to the right of the Itacoai River shore in the Amazon rainforest near the northern town of Cachoeira.
Authorities have said a main line of the police investigation into the disappearances has pointed to an international network that pays poor fishermen to fish illegally in the Javari Valley reserve, which is Brazil’s second-largest indigenous territory.
A team of Brazilian police divers recovered the speedboat that was used by British journalist Dom Phillips and Brazilian indigenous expert Bruno Pereira to travel Brazil’s Amazon before they were killed.
Shock at their fate has echoed across Brazil and around the world, highlighting the overhaul of indigenous agency Funai under President Jair Bolsonaro, along with a rising tide of violence and criminal incursions on native lands.