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West Coast
25th Sep 2018, 22:35
PSA crash at 40: A page of San Diego history 'written in blood' - The San Diego Union-Tribune (http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/sd-me-psa-crash-20180914-story.html)

racedo
25th Sep 2018, 22:38
PSA crash at 40: A page of San Diego history 'written in blood' - The San Diego Union-Tribune (http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/sd-me-psa-crash-20180914-story.html)

Thanks for posting:ok:
But not avail to view in EU since GDPR regulations last May.

West Coast
25th Sep 2018, 22:44
Thanks for posting:ok:
But not avail to view in EU since GDPR regulations last May.

I’m not following?

racedo
25th Sep 2018, 23:07
In May a new law came into play in EU, basically called GDPR regulations regarding the collection of personal data.

As a result EVERY organisation in EU and those without has to be compliant about what they collect, handle and use that data.
Many US publications refused and made themselves no longer available in EU as a result.

It has done wonders for many people as companies have to have your permission to contact you and fines are high for breaches.

DaveReidUK
26th Sep 2018, 06:40
I’m not following?


https://cimg8.ibsrv.net/gimg/pprune.org-vbulletin/615x286/san_diago_tribune_bcad64af305313206ddf98c3c9e501d6a94bf04d.j pg

I suspect that's a commercial decision not connected with GDPR.

eckhard
26th Sep 2018, 06:55
I viewed it from France using a VPN in New York.

Sallyann1234
26th Sep 2018, 08:25
I really can't see why this should be connected with GDPR. The regulations only apply to companies that collect personal data on users, like pprune for instance. A newspaper that doesn't require a login shouldn't have any problems. Other papers seem to manage.

Harley Quinn
26th Sep 2018, 09:11
It may be the advertising cookies carried by that paper

racedo
26th Sep 2018, 11:06
It may be the advertising cookies carried by that paper

Were it only the advertising cookies then you could understand. Having had the option of looking at the cookies someone wished me to agree to, there were 100 separate cookies with various trackers involved.
I took option of requesting None tracked me plus use a browser and filters that doesn't share info.

Recently installing Skype on a phone and they demanded to send my phone contacts and be able to browse my emails so they could send info to Microsoft......................... no explanation of why given.

Kiltrash
26th Sep 2018, 17:30
So what was / is PSA 40 all about anyhow?

Rwy in Sight
26th Sep 2018, 17:57
If I am not mistaken, it the crush that push forward the introduction of TCAS.

DaveReidUK
26th Sep 2018, 18:10
So what was / is PSA 40 all about anyhow?

40th anniversary of PSA182.

Wikipedia: PSA Flight 182 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PSA_Flight_182)

India Four Two
27th Sep 2018, 03:10
I remember this accident vividly, having been to San Diego shortly before the accident and watching the steep approaches to Runway 27.

I also remember a magazine cover (Time or Newsweek) that had an artist's depiction of the collision, which showed the 172 colliding with the rear of the 727's wing! Clearly the Cessna was at fault!

DaveReidUK
27th Sep 2018, 12:41
Clearly the Cessna was at fault!

While "fault" is not a term that appears in accident investigation reports, the NTSB concluded that failures by all three parties (the PSA crew, the Cessna pilot and ATC) caused or contributed to the collision.

India Four Two
28th Sep 2018, 03:08
Dave,

Just to clarify, I wasn’t accusing the NTSB of using the word “fault”. I was commenting on the magazine cover’s inference that it was clearly the “little plane’s fault” because it rear-ended the jet!