Bringing out classroom instruments isn’t anything new for the Tonight Show. It’s always funny to see who Jimmy Fallon will welcome into the musical skit. Last night’s showing brought heavy metal band Metallica to the stage for an epic performance of their 1991 hit “Enter Sandman.” James Hetfield on lead vocals, also sporting a small horn, Lars Ulrich making use of a tiny bongo drum, Jimmy Fallon and the entire Roots crew squeezed themselves into the Music Room – sporting Metallica, Tonight Show, and Roots t-shirts for the acoustic jam.Watch the classroom instrument performance of “Enter Sandman” below:Last night’s episode came after some surprising news from Napster, announcing that Metallica’s new album Hardwired…To Self-Destruct will become available on the streaming service later this week. Previous relationships between Metallica and Napster stirred a landmark case for the music industry, when a song by Metallica was illegally downloaded and saw radio time ahead of its official release. The case was ugly, but has evidently been settled on better terms. Read more here.Metallica’s new album, Hardwired…To Self-Destruct, is being rolled via various platforms this week, with the official release set for this Friday, November 18th.
The university is limiting student athletes’s guests to three visitors at venues. This limitation is in effect for Cornell’s University’s athletes and athletes from visiting universities. In addition to this, the school will also be limiting attendance to 100 unless the number of athletes participating in the event exceed that number. No other spectators will be permitted into the venue. Media and game-day personnel are unaffected by the ban. (WBNG) — Cornell University is taking extra precautions at its sporting events in wake of the coronavirus. Cornell University says the situation is subject to change based on “ongoing reviewing” of the coronavirus. For more on the coronavirus, click here. These rules will affect the weekend’s NCAA women’s hockey tournament game, men’s hockey game, ECAC Hockey playoff series, polo team’s Northeast Region tournament and the men’s and women’s lacrosse contest.
MANILA – The House of Representatives and the Senate are set to conduct separate inquiry into the sudden spike in bogus accounts on social media platform Facebook.Muntinlupa Rep. Ruffy Biazon filed House Resolution 968 seeking to conduct an inquiry in aid of legislation into the proliferation of the clone Facebook accounts, which opens up its users to “a slew of exploitations” like online bullying, harassment, identity theft, violations of privacy and others.He said the government must create a joint task force composed of the Department of Information and Communications Technology, the National Bureau of Investigation, the Philippine National Police Anti-Cybercrime Group, the National Privacy Commission, and other related agencies to look on the matter.“The new normal would increase reliance in social media platforms…and it is therefore incumbent upon the government to ensure the safety of its users through the protection of their private data,” added Biazon, the senior vice chair of the House committee on national defense.Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan, for his part, filed Senate Resolution No. 444, directing an appropriate Senate committee to conduct an inquiry into the proliferation of the fake profiles.Pangilinan said the inquiry will help determine the possible regulation of social media platforms “in accordance with the policy that respects the rights and freedoms of all Filipinos guaranteed by the Constitution.”“There is a need to look into our existing laws to increase the extent of liability and possible regulation of service providers or content hosts such as Facebook and other social media platforms,” Pangilinan said.Various universities around the country confirmed over the weekend that they received reports of fake and empty Facebook accounts bearing the names of their respective students and alumni.Among those who complained to have fraudulent Facebook account were those who opposed the Anti-Terrorism Bill, which is now up for President Rodrigo Duterte’s signature./PN
Greensburg, In. — Decatur County Circuit Court Judge Tim Day sentenced Cecil Thompson II to 18 years and two months in prison for two counts of felony burglary and possession of methamphetamine.A guilty plea for a battery case resulted in a sentence of time served.Prosecutor Nathan Harter said, “Mr. Thompson’s sentence was appropriate and fair for his offenses, both the new ones and the past ones that established him as an Habitual Offender. We hope his time in the jail will help Thompson to reflect on his choices and rejoin society as a better citizen at the end of his sentence.”