Posted on July 02, 2020, 10:07 AM
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Broadband rollout is a win for mid north coast mp3 downloaders, according to an Australian study. The study, carried out by the firm Eureka and published in The Australian, showed downloaders in the inner west and north-west of the country are twice as likely to download a premium MP3 song than those in the wider south or north-west of the country.
For example, a 30-minute MP3 download in inner west NSW leads to an average download speed of 3Mbps with average upload speed of 3Mbps - or 11.5Mbps per player, compared with an average download speed of 1.4Mbps in south-east Queensland and 2.6Mbps in the north-west and south. The MP3 download speeds were identical among rural and urban areas across the inner west, north-west and north-east regions of the country.
More interesting, the average download speed was four times higher in rural areas than in urban areas in rural Victoria, and nine times higher in southern rural NSW than in urban NSW.
The study also found the average download speed had dropped significantly for those aged 18 to 24 years old compared with other age groups. It was found that the average download speed for those aged 18 to 24 dropped from 24.7Mbps to 12.9Mbps, and in 40 year olds it dropped from 18.5Mbps to 12.6Mbps.
The study also found that the top downloads on music streaming services have almost doubled, with downloads from the likes of Spotify jumping from 1.27 per cent in December 2010, before the internet service provided by its peer band Foxtel went live, up to 4.7 per cent in November 2014 and 5.1 per cent in July 2017.
Music streaming services, such as Pandora and Stitcher, are the most popular among Australia's top music lovers, the study shows.
The study also noted, however, that there were still large gaps in download speeds between cities, which means some cities could have many more download players in the local area than others.
In some areas of the country, download speeds were higher in rural areas than in urban areas, with the study finding that more download players were found in rural areas, such as Burtung, Tarneit, Stirling and Warragamba. The biggest download player was found in the western states of Queensland and Western Australia, which saw download speeds of 10.4Mbps to 9.6Mbps compared with rural communities of just 6.4Mbps.
The Eureka study compared download speed between 10 and 16 month olds, aged from 13 to 18, using their current service provider and their service provider's standard definition broadband speed of 1Mbps downstream.
While rural and urban areas both had download speeds exceeding 1Mbps in rural area
He went on to say that after getting his wife pregnant, he'suddenly realized a problem' with having another wife.
He added that he asked why he had got a third wife if he didn't want another child.
During his trial, Mr. Al-Maghribi also claimed that his second wife had left him for someone else and married someone else after she got pregnant.
The court was told that at the time of the incident Mr. Al-Maghribi was single and had a'small family' of six children.
Mr. Al-Maghribi had claimed during his trial that the wife of the first woman he had married later 'went off with someone else', while her second husband was still alive and 'they used to sleep together.'
Mr. Al-Maghribi allegedly said the second husband's wife 'wanted to have another child' for financial reasons, so he'showed her the money,' and she gave the money to him in return, which included a $40,000 car.
He also allegedly said he got his wife pregnant but she refused and he then went on to say his third wife, whose name he did not remember, made the decision to leave him for another man.
When questioned by defence lawyer Peter P. Hirsch, Mr. Al-Maghribi, whose mother passed away before his arrest, denied this claims.
Judge Thomas Martin told Mr. Al-Maghribi that the court has little choice as to which of the women to punish if he is found guilty, but that Mr. Al-Maghribi was able to come through all three trials because he 'worked hard' during his incarceration.
Mr. Al-Maghribi had his bail revoked and taken into custody on the eve of sentencing.
Judge Martin said this was part of the reasons why he ordered the men sentenced to nine and one years respectively.
The first trial began last summer in July 2011. In the second trial that opened in October 2012, a jury of 12 men and five women heard that Mr. Al-Maghribi was the father of two children, both of which are now adults.
The second trial was set to last for one month but a new jury was taken on Monday and the date of sentencing, according to news website WRCB (Wicked News Radio).
Judge Martin said that despite his recent actions, it is now unlikely he will be convicted.
The first trial, which lasted for months, began in July 2011 at the Brooklyn federal court on charges of rape, sexual penetration by multiple partners and criminal sexual conduct by a person ove