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The labor reform points to the end of temporary employment and discrimination

The Labor Congress 2022organized by Lefebvre addressed the transformation brought about by the labor reform and its innovations.

The conference held in Madrid, in face-to-face and virtual format, featured in its section speakers with union presence, inspectors, specialists in equality and offices, experts in Labor Law, work and Safety and for this reason, it is the reference event for the sector.

The meeting was opened by Antonio Sempere NavarroSupreme Court magistrate and university professor; Maria Luisa Segovianopresident emeritus of the Fourth Chamber of the Supreme Court; Rosa Maria Virolesacting president of the Fourth Chamber of the Supreme Court, and Juan Pujol, president of Lefebvre, who has welcomed the more than 300 attendees who have attended the 2022 Labor Congress.

In his speech, Antonio Sempere Navarro pointed out the need to “promote negotiation and internal advice to reach common agreements and avoid going to court”. For her part, María Luisa Segoviano has focused on the novelties introduced by the reform, describing it as “a revolution for the sector, especially in terms of recruitment”, while Rosa María Virolés has stressed that “among the innovations introduced by the RD published in December of last year, there is a large part referred to Social Security, incorporating great innovations”.

Labor contracting and the different modalities

Next, the first table took place with Javier Hervás, partner in charge of the Labor Area of ​​KPMG Abogados; Carlos de la Torre, Vice President of ADiReLab and Labor Partner at Gómez-Acebo & Pombo, and Juan Chozas, of Counsel at Auren Abogados, who have discussed labor contracting and its modalities.

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Specifically, Hervás pointed out that the reform “solves the problem with temporality” and Chozas has described it as “the most ambitious we have ever had” Given the “Bets more for the quality than for the quantity of employment”. For his part, the vice president of ADiReLab explained that “The reform is a checkmate to pathological temporality.”

The following session delved into the equality innovations and special relations by the hand of Covadonga Roldán, partner responsible for the labor area of ​​Deloitte Legal; Sandra Pérez Ruiz, Labor and Social Security inspector at the Barcelona Territorial Unit, and Maica Enrique, general director of GM Integra RRHH, in which they analyzed how the measures implemented in equality plans force them to agree on concrete solutions to fight against existing deficiencies.

On the other hand, the subsequent table dealt with the dynamics of labor relations with the participation of Martín Godino, honorary president of ASNALA and managing partner of Sagardoy Abogados; Silvia Bauzá, partner in charge of the Labor Area of ​​Allen & Overy; Alvaro Rodriguez de la Calle; director in the Labor area of ​​KPMG Abogados; Juan Calvente, representative of FORELAB and Of Counsel Employment at Simmons & Simmons, and Carlos Gutiérrez Calderón, CCOO Secretary of Studies and Union Training.

Throughout the afternoon, Congress hosted a series of sessions on the innovations introduced with the labor reform. On the one hand, Jesús Mercader, Professor of Labor Law and Social Security at the Carlos III University of Madrid; Ramona Fernández Kelly, Corporate HR Director of Grupo FCC, and Ester Alonso, Director of Labor Relations of Grupo Logista, will discuss transformation and cultural change in organizations. On the other hand, Luis Gordo González, Associate Professor, Department of Labor Law and Social Security at the Autonomous University of Madrid, and Milagros Dorronzoro, CSIF’s National Negotiation Secretary, will analyze collective agreements and public employment, as well as the latest national and European Union jurisprudence.

Finally, Beltrán de la Torre Pedrosa, representative of the Union of Labor and Social Security Inspectors; Yolanda Cano Galán, professor at the Rey Juan Carlos University, and Ana María González Iglesias, lawyer and member of the Subcommittee on Immigration and International Protection of the CGAE, closed the event with a panel discussion that will address Aspects of Social Security, immigration and Work inspection.

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EMINeM, the cybercriminal behind the alliance between the ‘malware’ GuLoader and Remcos

MADRID, September 23 (Portaltic/EP) –

Researchers at Check Point Research have identified a relationship between the GuLoader and Remcos malicious programs, which are sold as legitimate tools, behind which lies the same cybercriminal, EMINeM.

Remcos Remote Access Trojan and GuLoader (also known as CloudEyE and TheProtect) are advertised as legitimate tools, but are used in cyberattacks and are among the most common malicious programs.

Although its sellers They claim that its use is legalCheck Point Research has detected a connection between these tools and cybercrime: while Remcos struggles to evade antivirus detection, GuLoader acts as your ally, helping you bypass protection measuresas detailed in a press release.

Researchers have discovered that GuLoader is rebranded and sold as a crypter, ensuring that the Remcos payload remains completely undetectable to antiviruses. AND the same administrator manages the platformselling both tools at the same time operates the official website and Telegram channels for Remcos.

As Check Point Research points out, compelling evidence has been found that this individual also uses GuLoader to protect himself from detection. Domain names and IP addresses associated with the Remcos and GuLoader vendor appear in malware analyst reports.

Going deeper into this, Check Point Research researchers have discovered a clear connection between a individual known as EMINeM and two websites: BreakingSecurity and VgoStore. Remcos and GuLoader, rebranded as TheProtect, are openly sold there.

Likewise, they assure that there is evidence of the involvement of EMINeM in the distribution of harmful ‘malware’, such as FormBook info stealer and Amadey Loader. This cybercriminal leverages TheProtect to evade antivirus detection for its own malicious activities.


According to intelligence from Check Point ThreatCloud AI, GuLoader directs its threat mainly against organizations in the finance and banking sector. According to their data, an average of 2.4 percent of companies globally were affected monthly (equivalent to one in every 41 organizations).

Its most substantial impact has been in the EMEA region, with an average monthly impact of 4.7 percent (equivalent to one in every 21 companies).

For its part, Remcos targets the education and research sectorwith an average of 2.8 percent of organizations globally affected monthly (equivalent to one in 35 organizations).

In this case, they point out that it has the greatest impact in the APAC region, with a monthly average of 2 percent (one in every 50 organizations).

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Spotify plans to offer 24-bit lossless music and advanced mixing tools in future ‘Supremium’ version

MADRID, September 22 (Portaltic/EP) –

The Spotify version with high quality audio ‘Supremium’which the company has planned launch in the futurewill include 24-bit lossless music, plus advanced mixing toolsamong other new features, for a price of around $20.

The music platform has been working since 2021 on a version with high quality audio initially known as HiFi, in which a CD-quality, lossless audio format. During this time, said feature has been delayed indefinitely, however, the Spotify co-president Gustav Söderströmassured in March that “it will come at some point.”

Likewise, as was learned last June, this high-quality version will arrive in a new subscription level called ‘Supremium’ –leaving behind the term HiFi– and it will be he more expensive than the company will offer.

Now, as Reddit user hiplixeli has discovered, Spotify app internal code sample some specific features that the company plans to introduce with the ‘Supremium’ version, such as the 24 bit lossless music and advanced mixing tools. In addition, it will have a price of $19.99 (approximately 18.77 euros at the exchange rate).

As specified, in addition to the high quality, this version will allow users automatically create playlists powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI). Following this line, users will be able to enjoy 30 hours of listening to audiobooks every month and you can also filter through the music stored in your library, choosing tags depending on your mood, activity or musical genre.

On the other hand, as for advanced mixing tools, the Spotify code reveals that it is allowed customize the order of a playlist in relation to the beats per minute of a song or its danceability. Another option is enable ‘Smart Order’ mode with which the most appropriate song sequence will be created based on the time of each song.

Likewise, other functions will also enable a “smooth transitions” mode between songswith which reference points established between the end of one song and the beginning of the next are chosen to establish transitions.

In addition to all this, the ‘Supremium’ version will integrate sound tests to inform users about their listening habits and help discover which sound mix works best for each user.

The code notes that Spotify plans to release this version with a price of 19.99 eurosalthough the Reddit user has pointed out that this figure could be “just a placeholder.”

For the moment, as transmitted by the Spotify spokesperson CJ Stanley to The Verge, the company does not comment on “speculation of possible new features.” “We have nothing new to share at this time”it is finished.

Spotify currently has a subscription service, Spotify Premium which can be purchased depending on the number of accounts to be created or if you are a student, with prices ranging from 4.99 euros up to 15.99 euros, and with different additional functions.

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Amazon will also have a subscription with ads on Prime Video

MADRID, September 22 (Portaltic/EP) –

Amazon plans to incorporate the advertisements in its streaming content service Prime Video, a change that is expected at the beginning of next year, following the example of platforms such as Netflix and Disney+.

The subscription plans of services like Netflix and Disney+ They have been expanded with a more economical modality supported by advertising, since it shows advertisements between the reproduction of its content to reduce the price that users pay.

Netflix introduced a standard ad-supported plan in November last year, removing some of the most viewed titles from its catalogue. Initially it offered a lower playback quality but in April they decided to raise the resolution to 1,080p to include support for two simultaneous broadcasts.

This summer, Disney shared its plans to introduce a similar ad-based subscription to its Disney+ platform. This is expected to be available from November 1 in several countries in Europe and Canada, for about 5.99 euros per month (compared to the 8.99 euros it currently costs).

This trend of incorporating ads has also caught the attention of Amazon, which plans to launch it early 2024 on Prime Video, as reported in Variety. He would initially arrive at United States, United Kingdom, Germany and Canada and at the end of the year to other countries, among which would be Spain.

The company has explained to this medium that it will show fewer ads than traditional channels and other rival streaming platforms. He has also noted that he has chosen this option to “continue investing in attractive content and continue increasing that investment over a long period of time.”

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