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2011.09.01 22:27 ThatFuckingGuy Universidad de Buenos Aires - Argentina
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2023.06.01 17:32 LarrcasM What play types did and did not work for the Bulls over the 2022-23' season?
Since these stats are very easily visible, I figured people would be interested in seeing how we stacked up and how various players on the team performed in their main roles.
|Play Type ||Frequency ||Points Per Possession ||FT Frequency ||Turnover Frequency ||Score Frequency ||Percentile |
|PnR Ball Handler ||35.5% ||0.93 ||10.4% ||11.2% ||42.2% ||65.8 |
|Transition ||19.8% ||1.24 ||19.3% ||10.3% ||58.3% ||72.7 |
|Spot Up ||16.9% ||1.22 ||9.8% ||9.1% ||49.8% ||88.5 |
|Isolation ||12.5% ||1.09 ||14% ||9.5% ||48.9% ||83.1 |
This covers about 85% of the plays where LaVine is on the floor. He's significantly better off-ball than on it when looking at points per possession and the team struggles with him triggering the offense. The points per possession is lower than DeRozan's in the same spot and the turnover frequency is higher. Funnily enough this is still the 66th percentile basically so it shows how ineffective the standard PnR is in the modern NBA if you're basically anyone but Denver or Philly with an elite roll man.
Zach is at his best in transition or as a spot up shooter, which I think a lot of people would've guessed. As an isolation player, he generated below league average (1.14 points per possession) on average.
Some stats that were surprising to me were that LaVine only cuts on 1.6% of plays. In those limited numbers, he scored 1.66 points per possession. Another point of interest was that with Zach as the Roll Man in a PnR, the team scored 1.33 PPP showing that the DeRozan-LaVine screens we saw in 2021-2022 were still very effective and should've been utilized more than 0.7% of the time.
What I will also say is these are stats from the year in it's entirety so take what you will with a grain of salt...especially the ones that are borderline.
|Play Type ||Frequency ||Points Per Possession ||FT Frequency ||Turnover Frequency ||Score Frequency ||Percentile |
|PnR Ballhandler ||41.9% ||1.06 ||14% ||10.4% ||51.9% ||89.2 |
|Isolation ||15.8% ||1.15 ||26.9% ||6.1% ||56.1% ||88.2 |
|Spot Up ||14.6% ||0.94 ||8.6% ||6.1% ||39.8% ||33.5 |
|Post Up ||8.3% ||1.33 ||28.8% ||5% ||64% ||97.6 |
|Transition ||8.1% ||1.19 ||19.3% ||11.1% ||58.5% ||62.8 |
These play types make up DeRozan's role in 88.7% of the plays he's on the floor. Again, the frequency of PnR's gets shown here with 41.9% of the plays where DeRozan is on the floor, he is triggering a PnR. Considering him and LaVine share significant minutes, their combined frequency is impressive to say the least.
Our offense runs significantly better with DeRozan as a PnR ballhandler than LaVine. The ball is scored more and turnovers are less frequent. Isolation plays also perform better with DeRozan.
He performs well (but slightly worse than Zach) in transition, but the team struggles in plays where he's a spot up shooter. I would wager a good percentage of these plays have Zach as the PnR ball handler and would assume the decrease in production is down to a combination of Zach being worse at initiating the offense as well as DeRozan not being a strong off-ball threat.
Demar cuts on 1.4% of plays and scores 1.52 PPP. Both him and Zach are above the 90th percentile in these plays. The high scoring rate probably comes down to the system not being conducive to cuts, so they're both only cutting when they're extremely confident they have their defender beat.
Demar's post game is fantastic and the stats reflect that. The only other outliers I saw that were interesting compared to LaVine/Vucevic is just how much higher his Free throw rate is than the other players on the team.
|Play Type ||Frequency ||Points Per Possession ||FT Frequency ||Turnover Frequency ||Score Frequency ||Percentile |
|PnR Roll Man ||28.5% ||1.09 ||4.9% ||6.7% ||50.3% ||43.8 |
|Post Up ||20.8% ||1.05 ||10% ||9.6% ||53% ||68.3 |
|Spot Up ||17.8% ||1.05 ||3.3% ||5.4% ||39.4% ||58.5 |
|Cut ||9.1% ||1.39 ||8.1% ||8.1% ||68.3% ||69.3 |
|Transition ||7.8% ||1.12 ||2.8% ||3.8% ||45.3% ||50.5 |
|Put Back ||7% ||1.19 ||9% ||7.4% ||60% ||61.9 |
These stats cover Vucevic's role in 91% of the plays that occur when he's on the floor. Percentile wise, his best areas are post-ups and cutting, but it really shows how ineffective a post-centric center is in the modern NBA in my opinion.
In Vucevic post ups, the team outputs 1.05 points per possession, which is significantly below the average 1.14 and Vucevic is in the 68th percentile in these plays. To me, it just seems like he's a solid post player, but these plays are not inherently very effective.
He cuts more frequently than DemaZach, but is marginally less effective, but I would argue that such a significant increase in frequency more than makes up for the decreased PPP. The whole team should be cutting more.
As a PnR roll man, Vucevic performs worse than Drummond (1.13 PPP) from a season stats perspective, but things like lineup matter a lot here so I'm not going to make any damning judgements. Depending on rotations, the ball handler could be different and that changes things significantly.
Just Some Other Play Types I Saw That Were Interesting:
27.8% of the possessions where Drummond is on the floor are put backs. That's insane volume and shows how great of a rebounder he is. They result in 0.97 PPP (28th percentile) so it also shows that he's really good at getting the ball and going back up, but not very good percentage-wise at getting it into the hoop afterwards. Those plays where it takes him 2-3 attempts to put it back definitely hurt this stat so it's probably a little better than it appears.
17.7% of plays Coby is on the floor he's initiating a PnR and they result in 0.89 PPP (53rd percentile). 43.1% of the plays Coby is on the floor, he functions as a spot up shooter and these plays result in 1.18 PPP (83rd percentile). The team functions better with Coby on the floor as an off-ball threat who is ready to pull the trigger.
15% of plays where Ayo is on the floor have him initiating a PnR. They result in 0.83 PPP (40th percentile). In the previous year they resulted in 0.93 PPP (74th percentile).
Well that's it, take what you want from them. Stats were obtained from here
if you would like to see anything for yourself.
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2023.06.01 17:27 AbrantesSEO 12 Curiosidades sobre SEO
Bem-vindo ao mundo do SEO! Você já ouviu falar sobre otimização de mecanismos de busca, mas há curiosidades incríveis e divertidas sobre esse assunto que poucas pessoas conhecem. Prepare-se para descobrir fatos interessantes e revelações surpreendentes sobre SEO, que vão te deixar maravilhado com esse universo complexo e fascinante. Vamos explorar juntos as curiosidades mais incríveis que irão expandir seu conhecimento e te fazer enxergar o SEO de uma forma completamente nova. Então, vamos começar essa jornada repleta de descobertas impressionantes! 1-
O termo "SEO
" foi cunhado pela primeira vez por uma pessoa chamada John Audette em 1997. Ele fundou uma empresa chamada Multimedia Marketing Group e usou o termo pela primeira vez em um artigo online. 2-
Antes do Google
se tornar o mecanismo de pesquisa mais popular, o Yahoo era o líder do mercado. No entanto, o Yahoo recusou a oportunidade de comprar o Google em 1997 por apenas US$ 1 milhão. Essa decisão se mostrou um erro, já que o Google agora é uma das empresas mais valiosas do mundo. 3-
O termo "PageRank" é uma homenagem ao cofundador do Google, Larry Page. O PageRank é um algoritmo que o Google usa para determinar a importância de uma página da web com base na quantidade e qualidade dos links que apontam para ela. 4-
Aproximadamente 90% dos cliques nos resultados de pesquisa acontecem nas páginas 1 e 2. Portanto, é crucial estar entre os primeiros resultados para obter tráfego significativo. 5-
Aproximadamente 75% dos usuários nunca passam da primeira página de resultados de pesquisa. 6-
O primeiro website da história, criado por Tim Berners-Lee em 1991, não foi otimizado para mecanismos de busca, pois eles ainda não existiam. 7-
, o mecanismo de pesquisa da Microsoft, alimenta outros mecanismos de pesquisa, incluindo o Yahoo e o DuckDuckGo. 8-
Em 2010, o Google revelou que utiliza mais de 200 sinais de classificação para determinar a relevância de uma página. Embora esses sinais não tenham sido divulgados publicamente, eles incluem fatores como palavras-chave, qualidade do conteúdo, links externos e muito mais. Hoje em dia acreditasse que seja mais de 1200 fatores. 9-
O Google possui fazendas de dados secretas espalhadas pelo mundo, chamadas de "Google Data Centers". Esses centros são extremamente seguros e abrigam milhares de servidores que processam as consultas de pesquisa do Google em questão de milissegundos. 10-
O botão "Estou com sorte" no Google foi criado para redirecionar os usuários diretamente para o primeiro resultado de pesquisa, ignorando a página de resultados. Estima-se que esse recurso custe ao Google cerca de US$ 110 milhões em receita de publicidade anualmente, já que os anúncios não são exibidos quando o botão "Estou com sorte" é usado. 11-
A atualização do algoritmo do Google chamada "Panda" lançada em 2011 foi projetada para combater conteúdo de baixa qualidade e spam. 12-
A posição do seu site nos resultados de pesquisa pode variar dependendo da localização do pesquisador. Os mecanismos de pesquisa levam em consideração a localização do usuário ao fornecer resultados relevantes, portanto, uma pessoa em uma cidade pode ver resultados diferentes daquela em outra cidade, mesmo pesquisando a mesma palavra-chave.
É importante contar com a expertise de um especialista em SEO
para garantir que seu site esteja otimizado de acordo com as melhores práticas e maximize sua visibilidade online.
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2023.06.01 17:23 cockatoo-bandit First-time build - Looking for feedback
Planning on making my first build after being a long-term laptop user. Can you provide any feedback/experiences with these? Mainly any compatibility issues, inaccessible slots, or something I may have missed in terms of features? Please don't mind the vender specific prices. I will still search for better prices than on Amazon.
Some of the basic requirements I had when making the list: * Covering gaming for at least a few years. I don't care much for the highest requirements 4 gaming. Examples of the games would be Elden Ring, Total War Warhammer, and Guild Wars. * Programming (compilation heavy) and virtualization. I'm considering upgrading the build to 64GB, but for now, 32 GB will be enough. * More CPU-heavy tasks with fast SSD access since some of the stuff I work on in my free time tends to be about scanning files. This means I will sometimes put a heavier load on CPU (Let's say 6+ cores at 100% for several minutes). * Ability to run some of the Adobe graphic design tools (no 3D rendering) for occasional use by my partner. It seems they will introduce some new AI features there, and I am not sure what kind of requirements that will bring. But at the same time, looking into the current generation of GPUs, I can't bring myself to invest in the pricier ones, and anything other than NVIDIA seems to be a no-go for this.
Extra notes: * I have some 1TB SSDs on hand that are not present in the build and wanted to use all of the slots I can from the motherboard. The one listed would go for the Windows partition (since it tends to bloat with the VMs). I might also add some HDDs for backups
The current build I cooked up: PCPartPicker Part List
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2023.06.01 17:23 seaturtle8476 Guide to a 524 from an overstudier
Hello Mcat-ter's! I wanted to give my guide to how I got a 524 (132/130/131/131) last year (august 2022). I improved from my diagnostic which was a 497. This sub has been super helpful to me, and instead of writing secondaries I'm procrastinating by writing this post. So, lets get into it!
0) A bit about me.
I'm a mostly traditional applicant (taking a one year research year (like 95% of applicants these days)). I took the test between junior and senior year over the summer. I go to a t20 school where I got pretty good grades (~3.9 gpa). Majored in humanities (not bio) so was a little weaker on the science parts, but really good at reading. Have always been a good test taker (34 I think on the ACT, 5's on all the AP's I studied for et.c.). Tutored students in chem. Tutored my siblings in like every science subject / math. I also REALLY knew my amino acids. 1) Disclaimers
First, I want to start of saying that this technique may not work for everyone. I put in a lot of time into studying, which may not be feasible for non-trads, those who have to work full time, those with families, et.c. Second, as you will see, I bought a lot of resources (like a lot). This was NOT cheap. Fortunately I saved up a lot of money before / during college and had my parents to help me out. Third, I was really determined to get an 99th+ percentile score. While a 520+ score is not going to hurt anyone, the amount of time / energy it takes may not be worth it for your application (another 200-300 clinical hours or volunteer hours may be better for your application)
2) Non-Study Stuff that Set me Up for Success
My total study time was ~8 months. I studied part time during the spring semester, and then basically full time during the summer. I had a three day a week research internship (~20 hours per week). I basically studied 40-50 hours a week when I was studying full time. I deleted all social media. Blocked it on my phone (i think my total phone use per day went down to <2 hours a day (and that included using it for GPS to get places)). While this is probably not possible for most applicants, my internship was in a new city I had never been to / lived in. I therefore only knew like 2 people there (one of whom was my roommate). This meant I had to say no to basically no social engagements because, well, I didn't really have any friends there. While this was definitely super lonely at times, this also meant I wasn't getting pulled to go out and party (I'm usually pretty extraverted, so saying no to social events is hard for me). Obviously, moving to a new city is probably not in the cards for most people, but it was probably cheaper in the end than staying in my college town (where rent is not only higher, but the cost of going out / hanging out with friends).
3) The Resources
As I said above, I used a F*** ton of resources:
- Princeton Review 513+ Guarantee Course (ok, I know people are probably going to think I'm a troll for this, but I really found it helpful (for the most part). Personally, I found their cars strategy to be super helpful (again I know people are going to think I am a troll, I promise I'm not). I also found their science videos / the biology classes to be super helpful (I knew actually 0 anatomy before studying). Our physics instructor was great, the psychology one was kinda meh. This class included all of the princeton review text books + online quizzes + vides + all the AAMC resources+ a couple other things I'm probably forgetting. If I had to do it again, I would probably have done a slightly slower paced class ( I did the five day a week, 3 hour a day class (probably would have done 4 days a week)). I also would NOT have gotten the 513 guarantee .
- Princeton Review Science Workbook (This was also from Princeton Review course). This was probably in the top 2 most helpful resources (besides AAMC). This book is probably 1000 pages of pure practice passages. I legitamately did every single bio / biochem passage and I credit it for 5 points on my MCAT. If you can only get one resource (besides AAMC) this is what I would get.
- Kaplan Review Books. Pretty Self Explanatory. I would rotate between reading these and the Princeton. These are less dense than the princeton ones and are pretty good if you already have a strong foundation. These also came with a qbank and some practice tests which I found super helpful.
- Kaplan quick sheets. This was included in the Kaplan Review Books, but also deserves its own line. This does a great job of summarizing all the major topics. In all honesty, if you are good at test taking and have this thing memorized fully, I truly think you can get minimum 508 on the test
- Blueprint full lengths + qbank. I found this one super helpful. I probably wouldn't have bought 10 tests in retrospect (they were having a sale), but I found that you could do sections of the tests to be super helpful for practicing sections of the test I was weaker at.
- Blueprint half-length diagnostic. It's Free! and a great place to see what your baseline is (don't waste an AAMC test on that)
- Berkeley Review (I got these for free from a friend). I found their cars practice to be super helpful. Their explanations are super in-depth which are really good if you are not getting a topic. I found their physics questions to be super good practice. I leafed through the biochem book a couple times, but otherwise didn't use them too much (mostly because I had so many other resources).
- Khan Academy. These have good videos for when you are not understanding something. The practice questions / passages are also pretty good.
- JackWestin Cars Pretty good to get a hang of timing, but the logic is not super reminiscent of AAMC. I did them for the first couple months of part time studying, but stopped for the most part once I got to full time studying
- AAMC content outline and Jack Westin Content Outline. Probably most underratted resource. The content outline gives you everything that could be on the test. You should at least look at it. Jack Westin has filled the entire thing out for you. It is SOOOOOOO clutch (literally this made up the other 50% of my success on B/B.
- Anki / Flashcards. I used milesdown. Thought it was good overall (didn't get through all the cards). Milesdown also has a review sheet that is REALLY good. 100% recommend. I also used an amino acid deck to really drill them (this I finished, and probably reviewed all the cards 5-10x). I also did a physics / chem equations flashcard deck.
- 100 page psych doc. I thought this was good overall. 300 felt too long / too detailed for me
- AAMC resources. All of them (except for ¾ sections of the sample, but that was because I was too tired, and found resting to be more important for my success). I also reviewed every answer.
What I didn't use:
Given the gigantic list of resources, you all are going to laugh, but probably the only
thing I didn't use was UGLOBE, lol. Mostly, its because I ran out of time + I felt really good about my level of prep. A lot of people like UGLOBE but it wasn't for me. YMMV and it probably is a good resource, I just didn't use it.
I studied about 700 hours total (a lot, I know).
about 1 year before start of studying I took the Blueprint half-length. I got a 497 on this (125/126/121/125). I hadn't taken all the pre-reqs yet so I was pretty content with this score (ngl), but I def needed more content review.
Start of Part Time Studying:
I started part time studying over winter break. I started with a diagnostic test (Kaplan). I got a 506 on this (127/127/125/127). From there I started by reviewing the Kaplan books (reading them through and writing notes). I would take the end of chapter quizzes. I would make a flashcard for any question I got wrong. I also did the Kaplan science assessment which gave me a better idea of my areas of weakness in the sciences (my scores were between 8/30 for biochem and 25/30 for psych). I also did daily jack westin CARS.
When I went back to school, the pace of studying definitely slowed. I studied less. I took another kaplan FL in feburary and got EXACTLY the same score again, which was disheartening. I pretty much took all of march / half of april off, and then restarted studying end of april. I then restarted studying in april, still part time. During this time, I continued reading kaplan, doing Khan academy practice questions, and anki.
Full time studying:
I started full time studying May 1. On average I studied 5hours a day on the days I had work, 8 hours a day on the days I didn't, took a practice test on Saturdays (reviewed half of it that evening (I really think you should review cars right after you take it, otherwise you loose understanding of the reasoning you thought). I would usually review the second half of the exam the following day, and only study 3-4 hours on Sunday.
This was a very succesful strategy for me. The PR class has you take an AAMC practice test as your baseline and I scored a 513 on this (130/129/127/127) which obviously I was stoked about and gave me a ton of confidence.
When my princeton review class started, I did the 3 hour class, the majority of the reading, and about 50% of the suggested practice. Occasionally, during parts of the class I really understood (like gen chem), I would practice other sections. During this time, I took a full length every week, did flash cards, read berkely review for the stuff I didn't understand, did KA practice questions, did the Kaplan / Blueprint Q-Banks. I did this for about six weeks.
For the last 6 weeks of studying, I finished up the PR class, and started AAMC. The other important things I did (which are kinda unique?) which I truly think helped me succeed are 1) I wrote out every single word of the Kaplan quick sheets by hand, 2) I wrote out every single word of the Miles Down quick sheets by hand, 3) I looked up the weirdest mnemonics for everything and texted them to my long distance SO / told them over facetime; Laughing over them and sharing them really made them stick 4) I read every single word of the JW content outline aloud. My roommates definitely thought I was crazy ( I definitely sounded it) but this definitely helped like 1000%. Legitimately, the bio question I am 100% sure I got wrong (and likely the reason I got a 131 and not a 132) was from the one sub-sub-sub section that I said screw it, this isn't going to be on the test.
I continued doing a practice test each week. I reviewed all of the AAMC materials.
For the week before the test I took things pretty easy, I reviewed everything super leisurely. Bio was still what I was struggling with so the only thing I did practice test wise was take the Sample Bio (which I got a 58/59 on so a 132). I didn't do the rest of the sample because I was feeling kinda burnt out.
A note about full lengths:
I took full lengths almost exactly in testing conditions: no referencing notes, wearing the same outfit (down to the socks), eating the same meal, same time of day, same weird whiteboard thing, wore a mask (you had to when I took it, not sure if its still the same) et.c. However, I did practice with certain (distractions). I tried to mimic, what happens if I had five minutes fewer due to a malfunction, what if my pen doesn't work, what if a loud alarm goes off, et.c. This allowed me to prepare incase anything went wrong.
My Practice Tests (in order, including ones where I only did a section):
Blue Print Half Length Diagnostic 497 125 126 121 125
Kaplan Science Assessment N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Kaplan Practice test 1 506 127 127 125 127
Kaplan Practice test 2 506 127 127 125 127
Blueprint Practice test 10 126 127
AAMC FL1 513!!!! 130 129 127 127
Blueprint Bio Only practice test 1 129!!!
Princeton Review FL 1 512!!! 127 129 127 129!!
Princeton Review FL 2 508 :( 126 127 127 128
Blueprint Chem/Phys Only practice test 1 129!!!!
Blueprint Cars Only practice test 1 128
Blueprint P/S Only practice test 1 129!
Blueprint Practice test 2 517!!!!!!!! lets go! 131 (WTF, how????) 128 129 129
Blueprint Practice test 3 515 129 128 129 129
AAMC FL2 519!!!! 130 130! 130! 129
AAMC FL3 519!!!! 130 128 130 131!
AAMC FL4 524!!!!!!!!!!!!! 132!!!!! 132!!!!! 128 :( 132!!!!!
AAMC Sample, biology only 131!!!!!!!!
AAMC average (519)
The day before test day I slept in a motel Literally
in the same strip mall as the testing center. I went there the day before to ensure that I knew where it was and to ask them a couple of questions. While you only need one form of photo ID I made sure I had two just in case. I woke up early, did a couple jumping jacks, chugged an iced coffee (big mistake, I had to pee SOOOOOO badly during C/P (but maybe thats the reason for the 132, who knows)). Got to the testing center early (was the first one). I had pretty good timing for the test (except cars, had only like 4 minutes for the last passage). I finished P/S 40 minutes early, because I was tired and just done. However, I thought I FAILED when I came out of the testing center. No lie, I almost voided (THANK GOD I DIDN'T). I went back to my hotel, cried my eyes out, and went home.
Score result day:
Again, I thought I failed, I was very pleasantly surprised when I got my score back ( I also cried). Was super happy to NEVER have to take this stupid test again.
whew! That was long. Super happy to answer questions you all might have on my (insane, ngl) study schedule.
Wishing everyone 528's
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2023.06.01 17:22 Busy_Emu_5504 Usa wrestling Team Using Peds?
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For those who dont know who is tj dillashaw is . He is a ufc ex champion . He had one of the best gas tanks in the ufc while having crazy ko power . He popped for peds (EPO) in 2020 . The guy next to him is his cardio and conditioning coach . The same guy trains most of the us olympic team and some of the best folkstyle wrestlers in the country ( aaron brooks,bo nickal..) he also train david taylor who has unhuman cardio . The guy doesnt get tired . He lost 1 time last year in years . They started working 2015 and from then taylor is dominating the best wrestlers in the world . No one could match his cardio . He also train snyder who weighs +100kg full of muscle and still beat everyone but sadulaev ( the best wrestler in the world ) and we have gilman and helen too. Kyle dake started working with him too recently . What do u think ? submitted by Busy_Emu_5504 to wrestling [link] [comments]
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2023.06.01 17:17 miarrial FRANCE – La loi justice permet de transformer les téléphones en mouchards, dénonce la Quadrature du Net
| || |Lien L’article 3 du texte défendu par Éric Dupond-Moretti prévoit la possibilité pour les enquêteurs d’activer le téléphone portable d’une personne à son insu en vue de capter du son ou des images. i-barbouze submitted by miarrial to francophonie [link] [comments]
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d’activer à distance les appareils électroniques d’une personne à son insu, prévue par le projet de loi justice. L’association y voit une « une grave atteinte à l’intimité et une surenchère sécuritaire »
. L’article 3 du projet de loi pour une justice « plus rapide »
porté par Éric Dupond-Moretti, qui sera examiné à partir du 6 juin au Sénat, prévoit la possibilité nouvelle pour les enquêteurs d’activer le téléphone portable ou tout autre appareil connecté d’une personne à son insu en vue de capter du son ou des images. Il limite cependant cette possibilité aux crimes et délits passibles de plus de 5 ans d’emprisonnement.
Cela permettra par exemple d’activer le micro ou la caméra d’un téléphone ou d’un ordinateur, même s’ils ne sont pas allumés, pour filmer ou écouter les alentours, explique la Quadrature du Net, ou encore de géolocaliser un conducteur via le système électronique de sa voiture. Les enquêteurs pourraient aussi utiliser d’autres appareils connectés, allant des téléviseurs aux babyphone et aux assistants vocaux, en passant par les montres ou trottinettes connectées, avertit l’association
Les avocats ulcérés « Techniquement, les policiers exploiteront les failles de sécurité de ces appareils pour installer un logiciel qui permet d’en prendre le contrôle et transformer vos outils, ceux de vos proches ou de différents lieux en mouchards
, précise l’association de défense des libertés sur Internet. Si ce texte était définitivement adopté, cela démultiplierait dangereusement les possibilités d’intrusion policière, en transformant tous nos outils informatiques en potentiels espions »
Cette possibilité a également été dénoncée mi-mai par le Conseil de l’Ordre du barreau de Paris, pour qui « il constitue une atteinte particulièrement grave au respect de la vie privée qui ne saurait être justifiée par la protection de l’ordre public »
. « En outre, le projet n’interdit pas (...) l’écoute des conversations dans son cabinet, entre l’avocat et son client, même si leur transcription est prohibée. Il s’agit-là d’une atteinte inadmissible et contraire au secret professionnel et aux droits de la défense »
, a insisté le Conseil de l’Ordre. « L’article 3 de la LOPJ suscite de graves inquiétudes quant à l’atteinte aux droits et libertés fondamentales (droit à la sûreté, droit à la vie privée, au secret des correspondances, droit d’aller et venir librement). C’est pourquoi nous appelons l’ensemble des parlementaires à œuvrer pour la suppression de ces dispositions »
, conclut La Quadrature du Net.
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