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The British newspaper The Independent reported that the books were removed in some countries, including Italy, France and Germany, after Amazon was contacted about the sale of such books by The Sunday Times of London. Among the books still available on Amazons U.S. and U.K. online stores are Did Six Million Really Die? by Richard Harwood; The Six Million: Fact or Fiction?, and The Myth of the Extermination of the Jews. Gideon Falter, chairman of the British charity Campaign Against Antisemitism, toldThe Independent: Every day, Amazon promotes a selection of literature advocating Holocaust denial and Jew hatred. Anybody searching Amazon for books about the Holocaust, including children working on school projects, will inevitably be shown Amazons squalid cesspool of neo-Nazi titles. One Amazon customer who complained to the company told The Sunday Times he received a message from Amazon saying, If you feel this book constitutes hate speech and malicious lies, then please check out the other hundred thousand books we carry to find something you like. I hope this helps! Steven Goldstein, executive directorof the U.S.-basedAnne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, called for a boycott of Amazon until it stops selling the books everywhere. When Amazon sells Holocaust denial books and even offers readers an opportunity to borrow Holocaust denial books on Amazon Kindle, Amazon is a repugnant accomplice to Holocaust denial and anti-Semitism of historic proportions, Goldstein wrote in a statement. This makes Amazon a worldwide embarrassment to human decency. We call on everyone to stop shopping at Amazon until all divisions of Amazon in every part of the world stop selling Holocaust denial books and other works immediately.
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They also said problems discharging patients because of a lack of community services had cost them, said the regulator, NHS Improvement. Media captionThis animation explains how the NHS system works, and what causes hospital blockages The figures for April to December cover ambulances, mental health units and community services as well as hospitals - although most of the deficit has been accrued by the latter. Between them they account for 80bn of fund, about two-thirds of the health budget, because spending on GPs, training, drugs and public health are accounted for separately. Nine in 10 hospitals 'overcrowded' NHS Improvement, which released the accounts, said it had been a "challenging winter". Waiting times have reached their worst-ever levels in A&E, while nine out of 10 hospitals have spent the winter months overcrowded with unsafe numbers of patients on wards. NHS Improvement chief executive Jim Mackey said it was proving to be "extremely challenging times". But the regulator predicted the deficit could be cut slightly by the end of the financial year in April to between 750m and 850m - but still above the 580m figure suggested earlier in the year. Some 135 out of 238 trusts had racked up a deficit in the nine months between April and December. The total deficit when taking into account surpluses was 886m - less than half the figure at this point last year. But the improvement has only been achieved because of a special one-off 1.8bn fund this year to help hospitals plug the gap. Media captionChris Hopson says it is difficult to cope with extra demand in the middle of a long period where finances are squeezed Chris Hopson, chief executive of NHS Providers, which represents trusts, described the latest figures as worrying.
"E-commerce has had the ability to collect massive amounts of information about customers online, from customer fulfillment to the warehouse environment," Bianculli said. "All that information and data has not been available to the traditional brick and mortar retailer. SmartSense is about providing those online analytics for the offline world." The heart of the system lies in a
To learn more about shop online clothes visit clothes websitessensing appliance that combines video, RFID and ultrasonic microlocationing technologies, which is mounted on a store ceiling and covers about 1,600 square feet, Bianculli said. Using a grid of these appliances, the information is collected and fed to a central, on-site server. The data then can be quickly analyzed and store managers can make decisions to improve the in-store experience immediately. "If I see a certain inventory item is below a threshold, I can dispatch a staff member to replenish that item because I know there are 10 more in the back of the store," Bianculli said. The information can also be used to send information back to a customer, providing retailers with upsell and cross sell opportunities. "You can see where RFID tags are or if they are in motion, and the video can see where shoppers and associates are, and that can be used to bring them together," he said. "If you know what a shopper has in the basket they're carrying with them, you can cross sell or upsell to that customer directly." The system can also be a security tool, with its ability to track inventory tags and customer location. "If you see that 10 tags of the same thing are on the move, or if you see that a customer's path through the store is unusual, you can flag security because of a combination of behaviors," he said.
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