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I wonder what it would take to transfer a large index from KAT or torrentz to it, and start popularizing it. JTon on Aug 5, root parent next [—]. FYI, the. Here's the proper one: www. The reason piracy is so popular is because it is free and because it's incredibly convenient, in that order. The convenience factor is basically, if you want some content movie, game it's a simple search and download away streaming torrents seem to be gaining traction.

No legal alternative offers this level of convenience. I suspect piracy will become harder for the average user due to three letter agencies making life harder for pirates, but it won't stop the determined ones. Speaking of determined torrenters, Peter Sunde, the founder of TPB had something interesting to say about torrent aggregators being shut down [1]. The idea is that even though downloading torrents itself is p2p, finding the magnet links is still centralized and that is an area that needs to be decentralized.

It's much, much more than that. It's the only way to get an acceptable product. DVDs included region forcing, and forced, unskippable adverts and copyright notices. Usually someone, somewhere, has put effort into making a good quality rip saving me the time doing so, along with synchronised and corrected subtitles.

For games, the major studios still feel annoying and restrictive copy protection is the way to go. So the noCD, no licensing server release is a necessary download for me. EU IV being about the only exception I can think of in the last 2 years. I'm not a fan of being data mined on how often and how far I read ebooks, listen to audiobooks. So first thing on buying a new ebook from Amazon is rip the protection to read it on my non-amazon reader.

First thing to do with an audible book is convert to mp3. If either of those became unfeasible or impossible I would stop buying. Finally for music, we've had attempts with copy protections and Sony rootkits, but mostly my music collection is complete and they gave up on silly DRM attempts. I only need to rip new stuff that's not available in FLAC. Pirating helps to sell their products, think of it as free advertisement, this is the thing movie studios, music producers and book publishers don't understand.

I know folks that for each pirated book they keep buy a physical one, also friends that pirated some movie and by a word of mouth advertise to go and see it in the cinemas, music to buy and go to the concerts etc. If you can't see the product how would you know if it's worth buying? Therefore someone who pirates would never pay anyway and chasing them would make you less money not more! The legal alternatives just don't have the content I'd like to see.

The Netflix catalog for example contains maybe one out of ten movies I'm looking for, whereas it is easy to find even obscure movies using torrents. If you like older or less popular movies you're generally out of luck. At best you can find a DVD, but that won't work for movies that weren't even released in your region. I don't understand why it is so hard for the studios to offer their whole catalog online and let me download a movie for a buck or two. Add the possibility for user-submitted subtitles and you have an excellent competitor to piracy.

Torrent sites have huge advantage over streaming services is that they can distribute all content. If streaming services had everything, people would pick one based on price and quality of the actual streaming gladly pay more than current prices are. There is obvious business solution for this. Content producers should provide their shows and movies for all streaming services for same price. Streaming services would just exist to stream data and distribute payments from customers.

Current business model of streaming is working against "the internet" and torrents are way to get around it. My understanding is that in US many people are paying quite much for cable. Compared to the streaming services this is quite much and with that money you could get a monthly subscription to several services. Convenience is definitely a factor. And for cable shows, I'd need to rent another shitty cable box that doesn't work worth a damn anyway.

I've paid for the shows but I just don't want to rent another cable box or deal with casting from mobile. Programs like Popcorn Time are great in that you can bookmark your favorite shows, see which episodes you've already watched, search for new shows from a Netflix-type interface, and watch in or on demand. If there was a legit option like this from Comcast heh, that'll be the day I'd gladly pay double what you pay to rent a cable box. It's really just that simple and it works much better than any Comcast gear despite being a hacky program with several forks and questionable approach.

I don't hold any illusions about my entitled attitude. I understand that my convenience and preferences don't get to dictate the business policies of content creators and distributors and I know that just because I pay for stuff doesn't mean it's legal to violate copyright in this manner At some point I just take stock of how I do things and keep an eye out for better ways to do them.

If I can find a way to improve my spare time and how I spend it, I don't mind finding my own ways to do so. I'd say the opposite with regards to convenience, but maybe I've been away from the scene for a few years now Nowadays it seems more of a hassle to pirate content, especially here in the UK with torrent sites getting blocked by ISPs necessitating a need for VPNs or proxy services along with having to constantly find new sources for torrents as authorities crack down on sites like KickAssTorrents.

I find it easier to just subscribe to Netflix and Spotify, but maybe I have more disposable income now that it doesn't bother me. I used to have a Spotify subscription. Then I moved out of Sweden and lost half my playlists. Never subscribed again. I never had a Netflix subscription because I don't have a good enough connection to stream high quality videos - Additionally, I rewatch some series a lot. It's simply more convenient to have them on my hard drive.

The US gov is running around the internet policing copyright for very specific companies, acting like they're doing the world a favour. Calling everybody thieves. Threatening people with fines and prison. Sidenote: Spotify's content bootstrapping was a dump of music from TPB.

If it weren't for piracy, we wouldn't have spotify. The system is broken. You would think music, film, and games would be comparable, but I find that these fall into distinct categories for me. I am totally okay with paying a monthly flat fee for films and series mostly watch once and be done with it. I am also okay with paying once for a game and not keeping the downloaded files around after I finish it. Rather, I let Steam or the HumbleStore handle that, and if these go belly-up one day, I don't feel like I've lost much; the value I get in hours of entertainment is in balance with what I spend there, and I am okay with the limited risk of losing access to some games.

For music on the other hand, I absolutely want the files on my hard disk. Music is replayed over and over, and losing access to what is essentially the soundtrack of your life is something I would like to avoid. I'd love a service that allows me to download, say, up to 8 hours of music any genre, in an open lossless format a month from a universal catalogue for a reasonable flat fee like Netflix , but this simply doesn't exist.

It is either streaming or paying way more than I find reasonable. Interestingly, for games the existence of reliable, affordable legal channels for digital delivery means that I have not felt the urge to illegally download any game at all for over a decade, and the same seems to hold true for many colleagues and friends. People are totally fine with downloading films, series, and music for a variety or reasons, but why bother with games? The money you pay, say, Steam or the HumbleStore seems to flow back to the developers in a fairly fair fashion, there are good deals to be had, and it is all very convenient — for games it just seems like a solved problem.

Games are essentially solved as far as consumption goes. There's still some fuckery going on with DRM in some companies, but that's the minority. However, they aren't solved when it comes to archival. It's getting constantly worse with the rise of online-only games with closed source, undistributed servers.

A subject for another day, though. Sadly it seems to be coming back, with all the recent Denuvo garbage. Fair point. The archival question is complex because of the inherent difficulty in keeping old software running on modern operating systems. At some point it doesn't pay to keep supporting newer operating systems even if you still have sales; only for the really popular titles. Perhaps containers would work? Yeah, emulation or containerization works nicely for old games.

When the money runs out, the servers get shut down and usually aren't redistributed. This isn't a problem torrents can solve, unfortunately. And of course, you have MMORPG "emulators", but those take a lot of effort, only come out for ridiculously popular and lasting games, and end up rewriting most of the game logic based on speculation.

Sidenote2: Hollywood got started because of a move from NYC to get around having to pay licenses to Edison. Hollywood exists because they wanted to infringe the protections without paying. MPAA would prefer we didn't remember that. I did some research and found this interesting comment in one of the articles, which does seem to make sense.

But this is a false equivalence. The Pirate Bay or Megaupload, etc. Stopping someone from offering copies, especially complete, verbatim copies, of a work is not anti-competitive. That's some impressive variation from how I remember reading it, though you'll note I said licensing not piracy. If memory serves it was equipment licensing that was the issue - rental of cameras, projectors and such.

I don't know enough of the period to know who's right, but looking at the about page tells me all I need to know about the independence of view: " He represents the Copyright Alliance in all copyright and related policy issues in a variety of forums". So choose your preferred flavour of spin? It's well known Edison was an evil bastard for instance. You've only to read a little, especially on Tesla, to realise that.

So there's little doubt that moving to Hollywood and escaping Edison's thugs was a good thing. The fact remains he had the movie industry of the time tied up with patents. I think it was actually Edison who pirated a movie, and ended up putting someone out of business in the process. Do you think Edison was not a rent-seeker? Do you have a source for that bootstrapping comment?

I'd love to hear more if it's documented anywhere. I am not aware of any write-up, but I was an early beta user and can confirm that you could enter names of release groups into the search field and get hits back then. Initially I believed in streaming my music, but when they went public I lost half my playlists and has gone back to "files on disk" ever since.

It is remarkable how difficult it is to pay for music, I wish we would see more sites like Bandcamp. I don't know if it's documented anywhere but everyone who works at spotify knows about it. It's not exactly a secret. I would actually be willing to pay the Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Spotify price if torrenting became legal. Much more than having it for free. It can be free but not that convenient. Pirated content needs to be checked to make sure it's not fake nor malicious, not to mention the technical downsides of the torrent protocol large bandwidth consumption, insecure, easy to block, slow speed on non port-forwarding routers etc It's much easier to buy and download games on Steam or watch movies on Netflix nowadays.

For movies you can find on Netflix that's absolutely true. The difference is that effectively anything can be found via torrent or nzb, while the catalog of any single paid provider, even netflix, is relatively limited. You might get reasonable coverage although still not as complete by combining a number of subscription services, but the 'ease' advantage quickly disappears. I would happily pay a significant multiplier on what I pay for Netflix in order to legally stream any reasonably popular movie released within the past few years, plus a decent selection of older ones.

IE, roughly what you would find at your average Blockbuster 10 years ago. A similar selection of TV shows would be nice too. Things may be improving, but they're definitely not there yet. In this thread why are the rental options like iTunes not being discussed? Those distribution channels have the convenience of streaming, and a deep catalog. I'm honestly not that familiar with iTunes' offerings. It doesn't suffer from the same pains that DVDs had ie.

It is more convenient than torrenting. So, it strikes me as odd that people here only consider pre-pay streaming options and ignore other viable options as they rant about their rationalization for torrents. I have both Netflix and Amazon prime which has pretty much the same content. I checked last 10 movies I saw. Of remaining 6 aren't even available in US. None is available in my country. I think I'll stick to torrents. L-four on Aug 5, root parent prev next [—].

In many places this is still not the case. I assume you live in the states where this stuff is on tap? Most of the rest of the world is waiting months for DVD releases. Having access to a cracked version of Photoshop at 13 years old changed my life.

Same here. I wonder whether this experience with the free cracked version helped make Photoshop any more popular. If it was only used in the legal sense, costing hundreds, would it be so popular? At one point, I developed a hypothesis that for a big software vendor, turning a blind eye to piracy was like a form of "dumping" on the market. Consider a vendor like Microsoft. They could make their money selling legit copies to businesses, and through package deals on new computers.

Meanwhile, anybody who tried to sell a simpler or even better product at a lower price was forced out of the market by the "free" copies of Microsoft that were widely available. The same "free" software gave Microsoft an advantage in the platform wars e. Though most of the mainstream software was available for both platforms, people would buy a computer that could run the software that they could get for "free," often by copying the disks at work.

I remember a conversation with a friend. He was buying a new PC. I suggested getting a Mac around I don't know how this applies to movies and music, i. When I was a kid, we would never see a first-run movie. Instead, we'd have to wait until it showed up at the discount theater, where we could see it for a buck. Today, there may be no reasonable business model for providing a lower priced channel for content, because content competes with pirate content. I have anecdata to support this, actually, though I won't name names.

The way I see it, it's the same as offering free or next-to-nothing licenses to students. Not only can students not afford the software, you're competing for the mindshare and the number of people who put "I know how to use this software" on their resume. Heh, i have a lovely anecdote about those student discounts. The only guy i knew that had heard anything about Apple before the iPod craze was a hobby musician i grew up alongside. Once he reached college the first thing he did was buy himself a Macbook using the student discount.

Never mind that MS tries to argue that their products have a lower total cost of "ownership" for businesses, as potential employees are familiar with MS products by having used them already. Thus they require less training if hired.

Autodesk maker of AutoCAD gives out several thousand dollar pieces of software to anyone with an. That's totally the strategy behind it. I swear there is a line from Bill Gates about how he would rather see people used unlicensed copies of Microsoft products than look into FOSS alternatives. Never mind the number of companies that maintain steep student discounts. It sure has hell is not because of the goodness of their hearts.

I remember reading about that their copy protection was very very simple, making it trivial to write a crack. And that it was a feature, not a bug. There are still thousand other ways to get what you want. Filesharing will never die, but the easiest available ways will always be a target of the copyright cops. I recognize all of those but OCH.

What is that? Karuma on Aug 5, root parent next [—]. One Click Hosters, probably. Since it's a fully distributed shared database where writers don't trust each other and no middleman is trusted either? A fully decentralized torrent search already exists and it's in fact funded by public institutions!

What do you need a blockchain for? Storing millions of no more seeded torrents? There are already magnet links and DHT which is distributed shared database. The only issue is a search function, which is much easier to implement and works much faster when it's done in a centralized form. For distributing all those magnet links of course. Yes, it will be a huge morgue of dead magnet links but not being able to remove them is a required feature.

And more importantly it needs to store ratings and not be gameable, or it will be taken over for malware and spam and die a quick death. Which is going to take some thought. I still don't see how blockchain helps with distribution and what incentive would be to store huge loads of this type of data locally. Ratings are important indeed, but blockchain doesn't make them not gameable. For this you need some working web of trust and oh how I wish we had one already yes yes I know the technology is there and it 'works', but it must work like an e-mail works for an average user to really be popular, I want to be warned not to buy from given ebay seller because friend of my friend of my friend had a bad experience and because I assign high weight to this friend opinion, well that went OT a bit..

On torrent sites there's a thin web of trust of website owners moderators and then trusted uploaders, we could do so much better. Not to make a separate post, small ask HN: any interesting active projects trying to build such user friendly distributed WoT? Canada on Aug 5, root parent next [—]. In the context of something like the warez scene the ratings system can be read only to end users.

When releases are made to the decentralized torrent repository they are signed by the release group. Whether or not a particular signer is an official member of The Scene is decided by consensus of The Scene. The web of trust is very small. Everyone involved is tech savvy, motivated, and already knows each other.

From time to time updates to the list of known groups and their keys may be posted, authenticated by a multisignature scheme. Then clients can automatically discover who's trustworthy and filter on that. No technical skill or effort required of the general public. Canada on Aug 5, parent prev next [—]. Torrents are ephemeral. The persistence provided by a blockchain is totally overkill and comes at a very high cost in resources. Blockchains also don't inherently provide strong sender anonymity.

That would have to be built on top. I think Riffle may be the most sensible option I've seen for sharing magnet links or torrent files. In theory, Riffle doesn't require a large number of servers and doesn't demand unreasonable client bandwidth to deliver protection against a very powerful adversary.

It's just an academic system with a basic proof of concept implementation. Quite a bit of work needs to happen to turn it into a usable system. For the data itself Riffle is too expensive. Something with a weaker threat model that costs less resources is needed, such as Aqua or Herd. Those systems are also academic at this point. You can get away with hosting a client-heavy JavaScript interface on ipfs as well, but the URL will be ugly making you reliant on Google not dropping you central point of failure.

And then there is incentive - even if you manage to anonymously take Bitcoin for ads or what have you, someone will eventually take all the work and strip them. The whole thing will have to be a labor of love. Any lovers out there? I stopped doing so because the higher results would normally be clickbait links. The UI - couldn't it just be a general client, much like uTorrent or Magnet is? Yes that's true, and given that torrenting is generally reliant on installed software as well, it shouldn't heavily impact adoption.

I did think of another issue: search, sort, voting, etc. Ethereum is too expensive, too slow, and possibly not capable of that kind of large data set computation - not aware of any capable alternative. I had plenty of legally bought movies that just did not work on my computer until I found the right Gentoo packages libdvd-css or something I never tried Netflix because it took so many years for it to work with Linux.

Being a free software user, it is easier to pirate stuff than to buy the content. If companies just gave me access to a DRM free. A million times this. The music industry figured out how to sell DRM free music files years ago and ever since then I haven't pirated a single album. If the video entertainment industry would do the same, my torrenting days would be over.

The thing that gets me is that everyone's fine with libraries and used book stores, as well as sales of second hand games and DVDs, none of which send profits back to the creators or rights-owners. But digital piracy , that's amoral. I like seeing the contortions of logic people pull off to try and explain how these things are different.

But it is different! Used bookstores wont let you walk out with the book for free, they charge you :P. Fiahil on Aug 5, prev next [—]. With the recent shut down of KAT, we're kind of in a "low phase". It always has been a game of cat and mouse, but now, we've sadly lost two big mouses. I hope someone will quickly take up the torch. Fiahil on Aug 5, root parent next [—]. KenM on Aug 5, root parent prev next [—]. It's not really set in stone, from here[0], for instance - "Technically, since "mouse" is an acronym for "manually-operated user-select equipment," it could probably be pluralized as "mouses.

Oh wow, what's going on with torrent sites lately? I feel like we're "running out" of them somehow. Svenskunganka on Aug 5, parent next [—]. It's a tricky business running a torrent site. Unless it is fully decentralized, it can be shut down fairly easily. Considering the grip that the movie studios has around the vendors, it is very unlikely that it will happen.

Freenet has at least one site that lists magnet hashes and inserts some of the torrent content directly into the network. I believe the main problem is how the site owner can remain anonymous and still collect the advertising revenue. The hosting does not seem to be so big issue, since these well known sites have been running for quite a while.

DNS appears to have a decent amount of decentralization, otherwise what use would it have been to switch around TLDs for the pirate bay? People have different views on this of course, but I think we all can agree that it needs a major overhaul to make the majority happy the legal system that is.

Instead of major browsers, could major torrent clients build in search functionality based on something like this? They definitely could, but there's barely any innovation in the torrent "market" anymore Roritharr on Aug 5, root parent prev next [—]. Yea man I had the same comment, first kat then torrentz, these were the major players I can still see torrentz. FYI torrentz. The largest torrent search engine? No way, Google is still working fine for me.

It's getting harder with Google though, as their algorithms seem to be tuned against it. I'm prety sure torrents of very popular things like current movies and music etc. The double standard is incredible. Google would be well served defending the open web by supporting sites such as torrentz via legal resources or otherwise , its unfortunate that the PR aspect prevents such a thing. How would assisting copyright infringement benefit the open web? I see the mention of double standards but it seems very odd to me that someone would support copyright infringement grabbing films etc.

It doesn't add up. Whose to say that all the torrents were copyright infringement. Or even that copyright infringement laws applied equally in all parts of the world. Google also provides links to torrents. That's the double standard. Google's proportion is much lower. It's not a double standard as much as a subjective demarcation.

They have been working hard at their image of a service provider friendly to the needs of copyright owners think of how Youtube handles DMCA requests and performs geoblocking based on IP licensing. You mean complying with the local laws? That seems to be something that they have to do. SpaceManiac on Aug 5, root parent next [—].

YouTube goes above and beyond the law in favoring copyright holders. Historically, it doesn't take notices with any legal force to get videos removed or forcibly monetized, just an often automated entry in YouTube's system; an appeal against a copyright claim whether fair use or pure bogus is decided by the claimant; and for a long time, but I think not anymore? Are they going to come after the private trackers after this?

The numbers are relatively very small though. I would hate if that happens. I pay for content whenever I can but those trackers provide me with stuff I mostly never get anywhere else and in the format and size I want even if I want to pay. I hope we get a nice implementation of Riffle[1] sometime soon. It's amazing that even on HN, the conversation is no longer moored to the past.

Copyright in America has been extended beyond reasonable restriction, driven by the MPAA and RIAA who began chipping away at the net as we knew it, and continue to do so today. All of this at the behest of firms which continue to use the most interesting of accounting techniques to show losses, while simultaneously doing everything in their power to make it harder for people to comfortably and easily access media starting from the time of CDs to today. All this on top of the fact that studies show that torrenting movies don't indicate lost sales and actually working as a signal to indicate the popularity of a product.

Here's an interview question I might pose to candidates for a coding job : "Which torrent site with access to popular songs and movies over the past 5 years has been the best, meaning the one you use most? If I have several candidates, this guy will be the last possible choice if every candidate is qualified because I'm assuming he's okay with using copyrighted works without paying.

Consider these scenarios -- stealing in your opinion? If I asked the candidate "how many times have you enjoyed a copyrighted film or recording -- and not paid? Why would they lie to me about that? Even as a hypothetical, it is an example so laden with meaning and implication that the only true measure of your argument will come when you actually apply it during a recruitment drive.

Please go ahead and discuss this with a recruiter and see what they say. Could it be it has suddently became illegal due to some novel interpretation of existing laws? Could be, but it doesn't seem likely considering torrents themselves are not illegal, it's what they point to that might be illegal.

But then again, I wonder why trackers are seen as illegal? They're nothing more than what a router is. Technological reality doesn't matter in law. What matters is whether you facilitate crime or not. More cynically put; what matters is if you are perceived as a facilitator of copyright infringement and a threat to the business models of corporations willing to spend a lot of money on shutting you down.

Regardless of whether what Torrentz was doing legal or not; what you do doesn't even have to be actually illegal to be shut down if your opponent has bigger pockets. JanneVee on Aug 5, root parent prev next [—]. Much like gun manufacturers and bullet makers should be charged with facilitating murder. Intent matters.

The vast majority of people that buy a gun do not murder people. Tharkun on Aug 5, root parent next [—]. If intent matters, then guns are doubly problematic. They are specifically designed to kill people. They have no other use or purpose. That's completely false. I own multiple guns for target shooting and hunting and have no intent on ever using them to shoot at people. I don't even keep them in a convenient location to use for self defense.

What about defending yourself against a bear while camping? Is that not okay? I suspect the poster's only experience with guns is their portrayal in the media. Spending more than 10 minutes in a mountain town in the US would make you quickly realize how many people have guns with no intent to use them on people.

Killing people is not illegal, the circumstances matter. Sacho on Aug 5, root parent next [—]. Neither is downloading content, the circumstances whether it is copyrighted or not, whether you have a license, etc matter.

You could kill animals with them or do target practice with live rounds. I just believe that there is a bigger discussion to be had with we mean with facilitating. There is an attempt by the copyright industry to expand and stretch the definition of "facilitation" to those who don't have the intent.

Much like the whole gun discussion Svenskunganka on Aug 5, root parent prev next [—]. I agree, but the case with torrents and trackers is such a gray area. Shouldn't routers be illegal since they help facilitate crime? If not, why should trackers? I'm just playing with thoughts, interested in seeing what people think.

This question was actually addressed in the EU copyright directive: Article 5 Exceptions and limitations 1. Temporary acts of reproduction referred to in Article 2, which are transient or incidental [and] an integral and essential part of a technological process and whose sole purpose is to enable: a a transmission in a network between third parties by an intermediary, or b a lawful use of a work or other subject-matter to be made, and which have no independent economic significance, shall be exempted from the reproduction right provided for in Article 2.

Trackers in general aren't illegal. You can host a tracker with legal content. You can't host a tracker that serves up zero say scene releases. Just like a router in a sever farm that serves cp is part of an illegal operation. There is a gray area where you'd host a tracker that serves legal content but some copyrighted material gets through. The DMCA safe harbor should take of that. Postdigital Science and Education, Economic Times , January Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 29 1 , Higgins-Desbiolles, F.

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Any slippery slope can bring in negative online reviews-and no guest house can bear the cost of that today. No one knows without a doubt what a typical standard would look like. What we do know is that there is an undeniable risk of exposure, multiple moving parts, crowds of changing meetings, progressive light of diminishing costs. Demand is the mother of nature, and at present the ultimate end of space relies on digital performance Fox, An important role of digitalization technology is to facilitate business transactions and to transfer relevant information to decision makers.

The next section will discuss new technologies used in the epidemic based on this framework. As indicated by DeLone and McLean , the content of the data framework must be customized, completed, operational, and straightforward. Currently, many of those who have talked about inclusion are using live enhancements through various categories of live streaming to help their clients who are likely to find complete, efficient, relevant, reliable, reliable data and specific data.

Digital transformation DT in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry The Tourism and Hospitality industry knows that digital transformation can help to achieve many goals. Purpose of acquiring DT is to select objective with the greatest impact. Imagine a situation where travelers are choosing to raise a higher income for each building.

One obstacle to earning a computer is excessive booking. Overcrowding occurs whenever total number of rooms reserved at a given time exceeds the number of rooms available for guests. In this case, one computer-based operation that could include the allocation of other assets is a board structure-such as Oracle OPERA-that incorporates simple items for resource managers.

These facilities do not deter excessive bookings of specific types of rooms and ensure that rooms are cleaned and maintained properly. The platform thus authorizes rules of bookings, timetables, and access to the stock item to facilitate a good visitor meeting and assure that there are no additional charges for transporting customers to the next destination Ristova and Dimitrove PMS Portable and manageable management also plays a critical role in the secondary image of advanced irritability i.

Here, the accommodation is trying to deal with the times of the biggest delays when registering. Prophet OPERA is provided with a flexible form to permit staff to register guests with smart phone or tablet. With Portable and manageable management booking, room setting, worksheet board, room support and ongoing room reports and various maintenance requirements, hotel staff team can be easily mobilized to improve local efficiency and deal with guest issues quickly-making for a better visitor experience and a more relaxed atmosphere from time to time.

Reducing Prices and Futuristic Practices in the Travel Industry Hansen and Owen predicted that in future, advancements in technology would be crucial part for work in hotels. Experts across India and in various parts of world have begun to rebuild their economy, and settlement is gearing up to open up their own entryways. However the world in which the business originates has now changed.

The COVID epidemic and the subsequent global closure have had a profound effect on holiday behavior. Some make moving changes before the episode is fast; others have lowered their backs or stopped. New trends and thinking have emerged. The money you choose is enduring, and the spending plans have changed.

Understanding and responding to changes in consumer behavior will be crucial to the recovery of hospitality. Organizations should also look at client experience and liaise with clients to build and maintain their trust. From holding unrestricted food menus and indoor paper with QR codes that can be accessed to touchable guest registration skills, various room keys, uninterrupted installments, and application and booking arrangements, almost all parts of the neighborhood experience will now be available for tourist cell phones, have adopted appropriate programs.

Client-based clients are deployed to provide long-distance access to the workplace; customer support and customer service through chats or may be live visits with staff, placing immediate assistance on the right track in the hands of visitors without the need to meet with guest representatives. The IoT Internet of Things which are cloud-based system could be equally important in performing in-house tasks and smoothing out workloads such as setting up housekeeping structures, allocating staff responsibilities, and ensuring consistency with the latest fair practices.

We have explored a variety of technologies that seem to be influencing the future of the hotel industry and set out some good examples below. This secure form of communication permits applicant cadre being responded quickly to requirements of visitors without asking their basic details. For example, sending a message to "Extra Change" is all it takes to request. There is also the A. Artificial Intelligence option to enable chatbot, test function that is added to the product and the object confirms number of important languages.

The organization similarly sends 'NevoTouchless', another destructive device that allows visitors to go to the tourist offices via their mobile phones. Visitors can compare their gadgets with their avaible in-room TVs to use remotely as controllers, to access online rendering of abstract chambers, request room management and that's just the beginning, by filtering custom QR code available on their TV.

Especially as individuals individually decide on a trip to be removed from the community, inns can benefit by introducing geofences that send prominent messages to visitors that may be visible within a certain distance. This can also include unusual offers or improvements, and help guide people who may be far away from their neighbors.

Location details may also attempt to enter a non-contact registration when visitors leave the area or provide them with an installment when they submit an exit. For limited location points and continuous scenarios can also be provided to guests as they approach the setting to help maintain a strategic distance from high customer resilience.

In addition, train and transportation authorities may inform travelers about when their mentors will appear on a certain departure from the stage, trying not to classify. Geo-inspired pop-up messages can also be very helpful in keeping visitors advised by a security expert. Gross profit At this point, we have all received the spirit of the benefits of HEPA channels- ready to filter Additional gadgets are also coming out e.

Safeology Tower using evidence based, powerful technology that could be used safely, quickly and biologically protect up to Softbank Robotics, a robot company based in Japan, uses robots to help businesses around the world. Pepper, their 4ft-long humanoid robots, is already used in stores, hospitals, and hotels. Helping guests log in, ask selfies, and helping visitors find their way to your resources are just a few things Pepper can do. With the world going into the key, visual meetings and events were another great way-we did our best to provide conditions.

But tendency to be hospitable is likely to put us in a new era of events. Although virtual gave us a way to communicate and give our businesses ways to run, we began to remember that face-to-face relationship. Guest Services Technology-these are gadgets and equipment applications, as well as applications cloud-based or in-built that are providing or improving accommodation to the executives, upgrade guest solace, satisfaction, empower client service, and trade.

These days, most inn proprietors are exceptionally centered on sending and conveying assets in Guest Services Technology, while at this point coursing traveler responsibility, Acquisition, and Retention Technology. Therefore, center for naming hotels and new places the end where the OTA center and speculation begins. This applies especially to private resorts and leisure areas, moderately moderate and non-moderate species. However, many free hotels actually use different Web booking engines, Central reservation system, and Channel Management vendors.

The web booking engines used do not conform to the conditions of the neighborhood or have a record of weakness, with a few inputs to the web booking engines and central reservation system provided by Online Travel Agency. Later is a tech-based research component of direct and indirect data management, request, rating and component improvement, and channel development.

The RMS allows an area to sell rooms at a reasonable cost, on time, with appropriate channels, and with right customers, that can bring about critical expansion of residences and incomes. Today it is the best option. The ORM framework always includes opinion polls, set tests, praise tests, guest fulfillment reviews, and inquiries.

Using ORM, hostels can understand what the visiting public opinion is about their property compared to their disputes, and has significant influence on online guest reviews and tests by better understanding visitors and making improvements to forward issues raised in the study.

Advertising is used to connect with travel customers in dream and in planning stages, to purchase them in the booking phase, and to reconnect them in the Reminiscence as well as post-residential category. This stack of computerized advertising technology includes: a Search engine optimization techniques to oversee principles seek rivalry and give catchphrases and watchword proposals.

Email showcasing is a type of advertising that can make the clients on your email list mindful of new items, limits, and different services. This not just makes it simpler for you to share and schedule to share content to your social. Often, private and medium-sized or small-scale hotels offering digital technology required dicated digital promotion experts. Any efforts to show accommodation today lead to prospective clients on the tourist site.

The "high standard of living" adopted by the current highly experienced tourism client reduces the hospitality business to accelerate the distribution of development to the computer and become an eight-dimensional development trade. Through focusing first and foremost on invest resources in Guest Services tools, while not investing in Guest Engagement, Acquisition and Retention Technology, hoteliers allow Online Travel Agencies to expand perceivability and get in touch with them, find and catch online travel patrons.

Online Travel Agencies are just engaged and remember assets for vacationer responsibilities, Acquisition, and Retention devices. DeLone, W. Journal of Management Information Systems 9 4 , Fox, T. Smart mirrors are helping redefine the hotel guest experience. Hansen, E. Rasoolimanesh, S. A systematic scoping review of sustainable tourism indicators in relation to the sustainable development goals, Journal of Sustainable Tourism DOI: Ristova, C. Digitalization in the hospitality industry: trends that might shape the next stay of guests.

International Journal of Information, Business and Management 11 3 , Abstract Housekeeping is an operational department in a hotel which is responsible for cleanliness, maintenance and aesthetic upkeep of rooms, public areas, back areas and the general surroundings with in the premises of the hotel. The housekeeping department of the hotel performs a key role in keeping the environment clean and sanitized. In wake of the COVID pandemic, the need for the cleanliness and sanitation has been driven several notches higher as the rate of contracting the virus is faster.

Guests are exposed to many areas and the possibility of bringing the infection into a hotel cannot be disregarded. The hotels have to be very conscious of the fact that the safety and sanitation protocols have to be stringent and must followed as per the standard operating procedures set by the hotel employees, vendors and also by guests alike. As the hotels launch these protocols guest sentiment and awareness of the situation needs to be assessed so that these processes can be planned and executed according to guest expectations.

There are certain habits that employees, vendors and guests will have to incorporate into their daily routine going forward for the safety of all concerned in this situation. It is mandatory for vendors, employees and guests to use masks and sanitize their hands before entering or touching anything in the hotel. Hand sanitizers should be made available in all the public areas such as lobby and restaurants. To overcome these challenges and take over this responsible role involvement of the Housekeeping Department is invaluable.

To achieve that goal it is best that all are sensitized about the situation and cooperate towards the goal to create a safe haven or home away from home for the guests. Need of the Study The main aim of this research is to study the changing role of the Housekeeping Department in post-COVID times and how the department deals with this precarious situation going forward.

The New normal is going to raise a lot of challenges and expectations from guests regarding safety and security of the guests in present and future. This exploratory study also examines all new trends associated to this aspect of safety and security and how these are being implemented by hotels. The housekeeping department deals with the cleanliness of the rooms, public areas, back areas, and provides a welcoming atmosphere to the guest.

The main functions of housekeeping are bed making, ensuring maintenance of the building and its infrastructure, laundry, linen management, key control, safety and security of the guests as well as the external and interior decoration. The housekeeping department makes each day fresh and welcoming for the whole hotel and its guests.

It maintains a good relationship with other departments required for guest liaison. It is particularly important as the room the guest stays in is highly priced. In the housekeeping department, room cleaning is done by room attendants, they clean the room by using new chemicals, change linen of guest room and bathroom, make guestrooms beds and fill up all the supplies daily.

Before COVID guestrooms bed sheets, pillow covers were removed and send to the laundry for washing after the guests checked out but now it may be done twice a day. The role of the housekeeping department has become even more crucial and it has become one of the most important departments in the hotel due to post-COVID to keep the environment clean and sanitized.

Everyday sanitising and spraying must be done in the public areas. A sanitizer must be made available in public areas like the lobby, restaurant, bar, etc. Housekeeping staff should give training of using disinfectants correctly and safely. Staff safety is most important because they coordinate with guests directly. New safety and hygiene protocols must be implemented to receive the guest confidently. The hotel must provide digital key technology through which guests can check-in, choose their room, access their room with a digital room key, and check-out using their mobile device.

Due to this pandemic, many guests will be more insecure about their health and will ask many questions before check-in the hotel. They might ask questions about the solutions and types of equipment being used for cleaning and sanitizing the room.

The staff must provide a positive impact on guests and make them feel comfortable. Each room must be quarantined for at least 24 hours after every check-out and only after that staff can be allowed in the room for cleaning and sanitizing. High touch areas such as door handles, light switches, coffee machines, mini bar refrigerators should regularly be disinfected. The guests too on their part must be sensitised about their part in the scheme of things and maintain all the standard operating procedures required by them.

Objectives 1. To study the role of the housekeeping department in a hotel post-pandemic. To study the opinion of guests or customers about the changing role of the housekeeping department. Literature Review Giroti, Food safety and hygiene standards have become an important selling proposition for hotels and restaurants going forward and it would help them to build higher guests in today's scenario.

It is important to create the right and proper kind of hospitality facility. There must be a comforting atmosphere to work and the main aim should be to reduce the cost of operation and increase efficiency without compromising the hygiene and food safety standards. Being proactive is the only way to prevent outbreaks before they happen.

Success depends on the satisfaction and comfort of every guest. Todiwan, These times have brought focus to the housekeeping department like never before. For showing the importance of good housekeeping, hygiene officers are being appointed by hotels. It is important to create delightful experiences for guests so they will rate the hotel positively and give brownie points. Housekeeping staff are the eyes and ears of the hotel as they get first- hand feedback on the guest experience.

It is important to be innovative and create benchmarks that others will want to follow or copy. Vig, While hygiene and safety practices are vital for almost all businesses, they are most pertinent for hoteliers. Nowadays ratings can help hotels promote their reliability and earn the trust of customers in the service offered.

Few organizations carry out hygiene audits in line with the WHO guidelines and provide certifications. The new guests will be asking too many questions before checking into the hotel and might also ask for the details of equipment and solutions being used for cleaning. There must be at least 72 hours in between to sell the same room after check out to another guest.

At present, each hotel has its own SOPs in place. This common code and certification will help build trust and confidence in the products and services. They will more focus on proactive ideas and measure to make the environment safer and welcoming for the guests.

They will work closely with the training team to ensure that they create substantial awareness and understanding of health and hygiene in daily life amongst the associates. Ray, Anmol Ahluwalia, General Manager, North Goa and Head of Centre for Excellence for Accommodations IHCL, opines that the housekeeping staff can be compared to the frontline warriors who have shouldered the responsibility of providing safe surroundings for all the guests who check —in. These IHCL employees have not been allowed to join back duty till they have undergone training.

Briefings are a good timing to discuss the ongoing new normal guidelines. Proper social distancing norms, disinfection programmes, rigorous deep cleaning and ways to reduce the risk factor is the focus of the employees. He reported that guests were uncomfortable about the fact that other guests were faulting the rules and the employees were deployed to make them see reason to follow rules and maintain distance. Research Methodology The present paper studies the role of Housekeeping and how it has changed post lockdown.

The researchers collected data with a help of a questionnaire forwarded to 70 respondents. Primary data collected from the respondents which we get with the help of a questionnaire. The questionnaire of the research study was sent to a maximum of 70 respondents from which 69 responses were received and recorded. The secondary data was collected through research articles or the internet about this study. Total responses received from the age group are between 28 to There is a lot of reading material about the COVID available especially published on hotel websites which educate their guests about their status and readiness about tackling this pandemic.

This is encouraging for guests who wish to booking their stay with the hotel. Many hotels also have tied up with a health care partner to assure guests that they are indeed following the cleanliness standards. Majority of the respondents There is a sense of relief and solace to know that the hotel one chooses to stay adheres to these rules and the hotel conducts regular audits for the same.

A sense of legitimacy develops when a guest sees an established name of a health partner who tests, inspects and provides certification to validate and review the existent safety and hygiene program in the hotel. It is an option a guest cannot refuse as the Government of India tourism and Ministry of Health website makes it mandatory for guests to reveal their medical history while checking in the hotel.

According to all the total responses 53 The smile of an employee at the front desk has been replaced with a mask whose expressions cannot be gauged by the guests. A handshake has been replaced an Indian style greeting of folded palms. To move forward the hospitality industry is taking the help of technology to help guests with contactless processes which would reassure that guests who may be worried about transmission through contact. One can check-in, check-out, pay bills, access menu cards, order room service adjust temperature and lights from the applications on their smart phones giving guests a sense of security.

Hotels are heavily investing in the use of artificial intelligence. Robots are slated to replace the human element in this equation. From all the total responses received 39 The hotels on their own have restricted number of entries in a room for various jobs as the risk of contamination would increase and there is emphasis on contactless service. Chat bots are available in rooms where the guest can speak and give his order or request and it will be left outside the room. The sani—kit in the room must be kept at a prominent place where it is seen and its presence will remind the guests about using it for their own safety.

Out of all the total responses, 55 Though 14 Guests would be comfortable with employees wearing a pp kit plus have a mask and gloves while servicing the room or use the gear while in guest contact. This will reduce the possibility of an infection. From all the responses received 62 As this virus is transmittable through the air guests will be extremely cautious about the fact that they have to protect themselves from the disease.

From all the total responses 25 Out of all the total responses 14 The Government of India has made it compulsory for guests to do so. It is proved that what we see we tend to remember more. When this material or warnings are displayed the guests are going to take notice or read leading to more precaution taking for self and others.

Please add any suggestions about what care you expect as a guest particularly from the Housekeeping Department post-pandemic As per all the responses received from respondents, many believe that hotels should maintain proper cleanliness, hygiene in the rooms, and all public areas from time to time. A time frame along with frequency chart has been made to record the number times an area needs to be sanitized in the day.

The hotel should follow the rules given by the government and sanitize the hotel thrice a day. Self- care is most important which is important as the safety of employees and guests is of paramount importance. As per respondents, the housekeeping department must use fresh linen for every customer. The department must allow their staff to use PPT kits for their own as well as for guest safety.

Staff must follow their rules regularly and clean the rooms before and after guests check-in and check-out. There should be less contact between guests and staff. Excellent protocols and SOP should be followed. Guests must be sure about the hotel housekeeping taking utmost care and practicing hygiene. New Trends in Housekeeping Post COVID After the hotels shut in the lockdown and were not open to the guests, constant contemplation took place about how to make hygiene and sanitation take centre stage post the pandemic.

As the Housekeeping Department is responsible for this function, Housekeepers along with the management of the hotel put together many procedures which would be necessary to sanitize the hotel areas when guests would eventually come back to stay. Systematic planning and implementation was the key to win back the confidence and trust of guests.

VOCs are a large group of chemicals that have a particular odor or gases released in the room giving the room an odour or off smell. To mitigate such undesirable smells rooms are treated with Ozone gas or fresheners. A personal Sani kit in every room containing a small bottle or spray of sanitizer, gloves and disposable masks. Amenities like notepads, pens, etc. No touch hand dispenser. Guest to request hotel services, amenities with the TV remote.

A mobile tipping app technology allows the guest to tip hotel staff with a swipe of their finger. A hotel has a disinfecting robot to disinfect high touch or high traffic areas. Implementation of UV-C disinfection protocols. I-clean Barrier Plus, protect and surround each fabric fiber specialized manufactured fabrics with this protective layer can be ordered for linen and upholstery. Robots clean windows and glass surfaces.

Premium sanitized rooms at extra cost. Electrostatic guns to collect fine dust, a small piece of dirt, stain. UV-C sterilizing hands or a hand held device to reach difficult areas like couch corners. Self-check-in with codes given on the guest's mobile to open assigned guest rooms. Guest mobile apps should be able to connect to all buttons and switches in the room to avoid using fingers for touch.

Self-monitoring gadgets for fever. Tying up with a health partner like a reputed company that can do safety audits for the hotel. The Housekeeping department always has to be on alert when it comes to cleanliness and upkeep of the hotel. This is true as it is directly related to the reputation of the hotel.

With guests and business slowly trickling in, it has become necessary to educate staff as well as guests about the precautions and procedures they must follow and co operate with the hotel. Findings and Observations As per the primary data collected from the questionnaire, 68 The majority of the respondents will fill the self-health declaration for guest medical history or travel if asked by the hotel.

As per questionnaire 55 Many respondents say they will complain about the staff or other guests who will not follow mandatory hygiene precautions. As per the questionnaire research 44 It has become mandatory to download the AarogyaSetu app before check-in at a hotel as per the survey 55 Interpretation The responsibility of the guest safety and security post-COVID pandemic is an important issue and has been a topic of great discussion.

This responsibility lies on the shoulders of the housekeeping department. The hospitality business was severely affected due to the pandemic. Guest sentiment to return to hotels comes with a very important clause being hotels have to be ready to face the challenges going forward. Hotels have revamped their procedures to keep up with the needs of the guest. Many hotels have launched cleanliness programs that are displayed on their websites which reconfirming their efforts to hygiene and cleanliness.

Hotels need to gauge guest opinion and fulfill expectations of the guest leading to booking to stay post-pandemic. Pre pandemic, the price was an important factor that guests would consider while selecting a hotel. Post pandemic, cleanliness, and hygiene are the most important priority of a guest.

Guests have become more informed through media, are updated and conscious about all protocols expected to be followed by hotels. Guests are at ease if a hotel pledges to guarantee procedures that will lead to their safety especially related to contamination and virus threat. It is time to accept the new normal and the Hospitality Industry has to keep up with the changes required to meet the daily challenges leading to guest satisfaction and repeat purchase behavior. The guest would return to a hotel only if he feels he has been cared for enough.

Ampu Harikrishnan1, Dr. Abstract In the present scenario, tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in India and even in the world. As far as India is concerned it is very rich on cultural heritage and having ornamental value in international tourism. Ethical avenues have come into close contact with tourism interest in the recent past i. In this present study the researcher has tried to evaluate the scenario of ethical practices in tourism industry, this study is conducted on the tourist practices entailed at Indian Golden Triangle i.

Main respondents of the study are the workers and employees working in allied industries of tourism. Introduction In the present scenario, tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in India and even in the world. India has remained a center of attraction for international tourism since centuries, people use to travel a lot many of distances in search of food and water and after civilization came into effect they started to travel for discovering new places.

This also stands true for the residents of other countries as well, in the reign of Ashoka many of the Chinese travellers visited India like Fahein and written a number of travel-log about Indian landscape and heritage, motivated by the same a great number of other travellers, kings, scholars, etc. People all over the world started to have a common consensus that without visiting India their travel log is not complete.

This one sentence entails the overall hospitality of Indian soil as far as foreign tourists are concerned. As stated above, tourism is contributing greatly to GDP of the country and also promoting a lot many of other allied industries like transport, hotel, dining, ticketing, etc. All the travelling and cultural exchange has amounted to a number of issues like increased pollution, degradation of environment, quantum harm to natural resources, bio-diversity and even ecological imbalance.

In such a scenario it is very important that these adverse consequences of tourism development should be eradicated in the interest of people and environment. Also this has to be in accordance to environment and communities. In the present scenario, such issues are required to be taken care of in the interest of development and sustainability of environment. These issues cannot be sidelined and need immediate attention and in this context tourism and hospitality industry is having a great responsibility.

Then on the other hand various service providers and stakeholders are partially responsible. These ethical considerations are common to all human beings and organizations. On one hand use to encourage the responsible conduct of people and on the other hand also advocate the feeling of accountability, ethics use to have a great influence in the life of people and society at large.

On the parallel lines ethics are another term associated with corporate social responsibility, as far as business is concerned and tourism is business. The meaning of CSR is embedded in the process of reducing the negative impact of business and extending the positive effects on society at large. Labbai ; Tapper et al ethical conduct of business is related to increasing the profits, image of organization and even the relationship with people and welfare. Literature Review Kumari et al this study was based on pros and cons of ecotourism in India, there are a number of dimensions in tourism industry as for now i.

Tsai et. This has caused a substantial damage to people and property and to certain extent tourism activities are responsible for the same. Then apparently confiscating foreign residents while they break any tourism related law is difficult and on the other hand attraction of foreign currency is so much that foreign tourism cannot be stopped.

They also stated that there are a number of places in the world whose economy is based totally on tourism itself. Omar et. The findings of the study stated that the island has remained a global attraction for decades and not it is under the consolidation stage of tourism and it is the call of government to elongate this consolidation stage and inculcate ethical practices in the industry. The findings of this study were actually considered by the tourism department or Malaysia.

Siva et al this study was based on the evaluation of ethical practices followed by tourism related organization at world famous Bagalkot district, the main focus of study was on the attitude of visiting international tourists and impact of the same on local people residing in the related area.

Study considered three basic parameters i. Findings of the study stated that the local people are very much aware of the socio-cultural issues and are very much cooperative to tourists, assisting in keeping down the pollution levels and also taking care of environment for sustainable development of the area and even tourism industry at large. Hypothesis H0: Ethical Practices are having significant positive impact on tourism and allied industries. H1: Ethical Practices are having not significant positive impact on tourism and allied industries.

Research Methodology Type of Study This present study based on the pillars of primary data; as far as ethical practices are concerned they are related to current observation because after a certain period it may be difficult to get a real view of the effect.

Hence the researcher has focused on first hand data. Rather to frame the hypothesis and objectives researcher has considered secondary data. Sources of Data In order to collect the primary data, researcher has prepared a detailed questionnaire which carried questions of various nature i. Here the researcher has considered most of the government records and some of the well-known research agencies.

Value Value 1 Ethics arethe integral part of Indian culture 0. Results on the Basis of Gender F Sig. Results on the Basis of Income F Sig. Interpretation As far as the hypothesis is concerned, it is being tested on the components of Age, Gender, Education, Income and Number of Members in the Family. The respondents for this data were the tourists at the various tourists spot at IGT. These respondents comprises of domestic as well as foreign tourist.

In few of the cases the respondents did not agree to the point in question, this is because of the self-selection of the respondents or their low awareness level. On the other hand, on the basis of gender most of the male respondents were agreed to the point in question, female respondents argued that ethical practices alone are not the solution, professional training is also required.

On the basis of income and education the results are somewhat variable. Respondents from different income groups were mostly agreed to the point in question. Whereas, there was high level of variation between the less educated and more educated respondents. Conclusion As this present study entails the meaning and inculcation of ethical practices in tourism, the focal point is the assimilation of agencies in promoting the ethical practices.

It seems a difficult task but then again there is a need for the same. Archan Mitra, Dr. Policy implications of medical tourism development in destination countries: revisiting and revising an existing framework by examining the case of Jamaica. Global Health. Medical tourism. J Travel Med. Leggat P. AustFam Physician. Connell J.

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J Formos Med Assoc. Country perspective on medical tourism: the Malaysian experience. Leadersh Health Serv BradfEngl. Spectrum of neurosurgical complications following medical tourism: challenges of patients without borders. Afr Health Sci. Abstract The unique attributes of, "COVID" have presented an unexpected phenomenon to the aspects of tourism and hospitality industry. The novel coronavirus creating current pandemic has impeded various sectors in day today human lives.

The health sector specially is posing serious concerns about the current and future survival mankind which is endangered with the chronic infestation of Covid strains in our environment. Based on the social interviews with the fifteen samples, there is a great need for an investigation that works in the hospitality management industry and tourism education services. Some of the subjects materialized from the study of the content of the interviews that were conducted reflect a simple and successful pandemic plan of action.

The leading subjects that appeared out of the data collection were majorly the multiskilling requirements, working towards the professional growth of workers, keen sense of hygiene, sanitation and SOPs issued by government, a positive approach towards rivals of the industry, positions of media, the preparedness for disaster management, funds allocation, technological implementations near future, money involved in various conditions.

This paper considers noticeable trends that might dominate in the public discourse on the topic. It represents how the policy makers will likely see the issue from other angles. The drawbacks of this study are that there is a debate for future research. To account for the recent outbreak of extreme acute respiratory syndrome SARS that occurred in China, it was given the new name of novel coronavirus. Quinolone-resistant poliomyelitis became known as COVID; this was an atypical poliomyelitis infection that originated in China, and was later seen in other countries around the world.

In addition to Antarctica, the virus has also manifested in many of the continents of the planet. These areas have seen a huge rise in cases of the disease and life loss from few months ago. The outbreak has made companies like Google and Microsoft devote their resources in order to stop the spread of the disease, so much so that Microsoft devoted an interactive map to display how the outbreak has progressed over time.

O Chuo, Just as the story of the "ghost ship taking on tourists" in Japan was only the beginning of the current disaster that continues to unfold, we continue to need major catastrophe planning just as we did in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. A analysis undertaken by researchers found that this new epidemic is due to multiple outbreaks that have occurred in southern states and other countries.

The viruses that targeted the passengers and crew were a harbinger of more severe problems for the tourism and hospitality industry worldwide. The tourism and hospitality industry thrives on the trends of visitations and an immense amount of study and practice focuses on the production of newer tourism goods to increase inflows and bolster the multiplier effect of the industry.

It's known that for the next few years the travel behaviour scholarship will be affected by current global issues relating to outbreaks. And the scholarship will continue for several years after that. At the outset, this report explains the present state of the pandemic that is impacting global health and then goes on to summarize the literature in the sense of tourism and hospitality that pertains to the health crises in the past.

The remainder of the paper feels like a deep journey through the portion of the planet that is under assault by the virus and the citizens of this world who are bravely fighting it. Literature Review Evidences have directed association of the outbreak with a seafood market in Wuhan Wu, et al. This disease was first detected chronic Marfan syndrome was registered on 12th Dec, But by the month end of Jan of , the disease has seen over 2, cases in the whole of China Wu, et al.

Since this disease is possibly from the root it is from. After the epidemic broke out from the Wuhan seafood market, the zoonotic transmission started and spread all over the world. The current Corona virus outbreak, which has been ongoing for a long time, has seen far bigger impacts than the impacts caused by the SARS epidemic that occurred in At the time of writing this section, the cumulative lives lost around the world is above and more than 4 million confirmed infections, where more than 3 million of them are in the past three years.

India has concerns that contribute to how prepared it really is to fight against this virus. Country had extended the lockdown for another for months in the entire country, with some activities allowance and zoning of places Red zones for high infection hotspots, Orange zones for places with lesser spread and Green zones for the places without any recorded cases based on the severity of disease spread. Due to the thousands of country-wide protests across the country, the attempt to enforce lockdown has brought economic, political and social problems to the forefront.

Despite difficulties that were enormous and at times unique in the industry, country has been able to keep the number of cases of COVID cases at a manageable level, with fluctuations still high and comparable to other countries that represent the best in the industry.

This latest epidemic, Zika, has been spreading through a number of different countries, most notably including countries like China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, and Singapore. Compared to the challenges of producing a domestic SARS outbreak, the impacts of causing a foreign outbreak have been extensively studied refer to Table 1. The consequences of the first SARS outbreak on hotels affected the workers and companies in many ways. This facilitated consumption of healthier foods in the places of their eating and made the restaurants wash their hands and feet as part of the physical exercises.

The classrooms are now dry completely thus preventing the traditional route of dirt entering the classrooms and the use of disinfectant sprays has been discontinued, and the hospitals are now using health facilities that are cheaper and reliable Dombey, Venkatesh and Malhotra compared the preparedness for SARS outbreak between Thailand and Hong Kong and found Hong Kong was better in containing the adverse effects of the disease due to its quicker response. In their paper, Malhotra and Venkatesh extensively tackled the system at the core in their paper with mapping the Effect of Condor's Migratory Ability in the Australian Aviation Market.

The current pandemic has profoundly impacted the education sector, not just in America, but also around the world. Over 20 nations are affected. Over countries are involved. One billion students are affected worldwide. The Pandemic is the largest epidemic to ever hit. All Students impacted the most. The situation remains critical in the higher education as well, but the colleges are stepping up to the challenge of meeting the needs of students through online classes.

There is going to be a huge change as our country goes through this period of urbanization, during which people are now staying longer in the region, and all professionals are more involved in practical courses. The devastating SARS outbreak also had a bad economic impact on Hong Kong residents, particularly in the hospitality and tourism sector Law, It is common to see similar courses to appear in the catalogues of private and public colleges, independently run organisations, to even schools offering such subjects in their curriculum.

The law of 15 February directed the inquiry with respect to tourism education and hospitality education. It was felt that they were necessary at that time, as the previous outbreak in which such was not present was not majorly recognized. According to Statute, the numbers of students who may need to take short-term absences to attend to medical treatments are not taken into account.

Owing to the unexpected surge of Ebola in other nations, the issue of what countries are at risk for this disease is as important as ever. In respect to potential infectious diseases, all educators and organizations shall take an approach of attempting to return to the business as normal conditions.

This means a transition from a division of the infected to a segregation of the stable groups. As mentioned in the referenced review, recreational tourism has not been well understood. This is possibly because the emphasis of this area of research has mostly been on the experience.

As an effort to clarify this gap in understanding, this review has analysed the literature to find studies that could make a meaningful contribution to the field. A primary focus of this review was to find studies that study the forces or dilemmas that drives consumers' decisions about interactivity with the environment. Another focus was to find studies that explain the relationships between tourists' decisions about their leisure experience and the health of the environment. Although some research suggests it can improve nicotine addiction, others show it does not.

My decision based on personal preference. Methodology The present case is being prosecuted, while this research is being done. There is fresh and little understood knowledge about the ongoing and ever-growing catastrophe because of the rising forms of Ebola. E-mail interviews are a standard form of qualitative research. Based on the on- going inquiry, we found it more suitable for the intent of the investigation in present situations where social distancing has become a common procedure.

In order to complete this survey, you'll have to address some questions in the email and some questions in a paper attached to the email. Burns, For this analysis, non-probability sampling was used, which is defined as a sample that is not representative of the entire population of interest. A we set-up for conducting a research for a specific subject matter, the subjects to be selected were industrial workers and academics which were similarly placed and should therefore react similarly.

The questions in the email interviews were focused on reviews of the literature that indicated detrimental impacts on the job, culture, and climate. Barbara Weaver and Sandra Hernandez Kang and Chung Alan Ross Daniel Chechik Gul and Wagner At the beginning, forty two small group leaders were approached to engage in the analysis. Of the patients approached to participate in the study, only 15 agreed to participate.

In spite of the inadequate data collection, repeated follow-ups were made. The webpage responses were acquired in one-sheet documents. A summary of the participants that participated in this study is presented in Table 1 end of the chapter. Results and Discussions The knowledge obtained from the interviews culminated in different patterns relevant to the flexible questions posed in the electronic mail discussions.

For the purposes of content review, works of Tremaine et. These compounding influences culminated in a multitude of fundamental themes Thyme et al. This kind of study is useful because it is systematic, which helps researchers to detect a recurrent trend Thyme et al. The responses were segregated for review and the similarities were found which made for easy categorization.

Coding helped in delivering a lot of material with heightened logic and sophistication Thyme et al. Certain responses provided similar output results for certain queries. Language multi skilling, implementing technology, planning and management of funds is frequently discussed in conversations with interview participants. The most popular trend cantered on the potential of workers. This indicates that specialisation of workers would not be the norm and greater participation in multiple job positions is likely to become a norm in hospitality and tourism.

Researchers have found that this can be accomplished by delegating additional duties, offering on-the-job instruction, and by department-wide work projects. The magnitude of the problem can't be stressed enough and regardless of the size and type of establishment, next most important thing to consider will be sanitation practices and proper waste management evident in all types of hospitality operations.

A variety of expectations remained strong, and confidence remained high. This was especially evident in the responses pertaining to the workforce growth. The experts in the field of tourism and hospitality may have developed a unique perspective of the industry through their rich experiences. While COVID poses a situation unheard before, in that the reduced demand and revenues are obvious consequences, this issue will correlate with the previous crises that have had detrimental consequences.

However, in previous health e. At this present time, the entire world has been kept hostage to this extreme pandemic, which has halted numerous activities. From the responses it is evident that like educators, business leaders too didn't shy away from highlighting the human resilience and seemed optimistic towards the eventual recovery while reassuring individuals who have or plan to pursue careers in the industry. Participants expressed mixed opinions about the media response to the on-going pandemic, where some praised the Indian mass media's role in bringing knowledge about the COVID outbreak, while others expected it to be more unbiased.

Recent press freedom ranking in put country's media at position, which can, to some degree, explain the variations in the way participants reflected on the media's function. However, a unanimity was observed in acknowledgment of the media's ability in assuaging the impact though positive publicity, sensitising population about hygiene and sanitation and create trust among viewers.

The crisis management response was replicated regardless of the form of inquiry. Crisis management involves designing a crisis management strategy for responding to unwanted and unforeseen incidents. A specific risk can take the form of crisis due to a catalyst which can trigger unexpected outcomes. Especially, crisis management needs you to devise plans rapidly in order to overcome or lessen the effects of a danger. There must be swift and timely communication among team members as well as between team members and members of other teams Reddy et al.

In the current research industry experts felt it as a critical learning for themselves and the government to minimise harm in the event similar catastrophes make reappearance. Voices of successful crisis management are gaining traction, so much so that a perspective paper has been released in the Journal of Tourism Futures in barely 3 months of the outbreak of COVID in China in

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