User Tools

Site Tools


timelines:culture_society_sport_and_business_progress_decline_and_hope

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
timelines:culture_society_sport_and_business_progress_decline_and_hope [2017/05/24 07:01]
petike
timelines:culture_society_sport_and_business_progress_decline_and_hope [2019/03/29 15:13] (current)
Line 718: Line 718:
 ***March 19, 2038**: Two years after a Supreme Court ruling legalized online piracy in the United States, the European Parliament passes the Filesharing Legalization and Copyright Reform Act, which legalizes non-profit piracy and retroactively reduces copyright terms to 28 years from publication. Polls show 73% of European citizens support the move.  ***March 19, 2038**: Two years after a Supreme Court ruling legalized online piracy in the United States, the European Parliament passes the Filesharing Legalization and Copyright Reform Act, which legalizes non-profit piracy and retroactively reduces copyright terms to 28 years from publication. Polls show 73% of European citizens support the move. 
  
-*July 6th, 2038**: The twenty-sixth FIFA World Cup concludes in England. The USA wins the tournament 2-1 over Poland, marking America'​s first victory in the World Cup. The final match draws in over 112 million American viewers, making it one of the most-watched telecasts of all time in the United States. Across the world, an estimated 900 million people watch the World Cup. After their win and Captain James J. Gonzalez received the trophy, FIFA President Mogogi Moatihaping (Lesotho) unveils a new FIFA World Cup Trophy. The new model resembles the trophy that was lost before the 1966 Tournament.+**July 6th, 2038**: The twenty-sixth FIFA World Cup concludes in England. The USA wins the tournament 2-1 over Poland, marking America'​s first victory in the World Cup. The final match draws in over 112 million American viewers, making it one of the most-watched telecasts of all time in the United States. Across the world, an estimated 900 million people watch the World Cup. After their win and Captain James J. Gonzalez received the trophy, FIFA President Mogogi Moatihaping (Lesotho) unveils a new FIFA World Cup Trophy. The new model resembles the trophy that was lost before the 1966 Tournament.
  
 **October 7th, 2038**: San Marino wins 1-0 against Germany in what will later be known as the "​Schmach von Mönchengladbach"​ (Mönchengladbach Scandal). **October 7th, 2038**: San Marino wins 1-0 against Germany in what will later be known as the "​Schmach von Mönchengladbach"​ (Mönchengladbach Scandal).
timelines/culture_society_sport_and_business_progress_decline_and_hope.txt · Last modified: 2019/03/29 15:13 (external edit)