Therefore, you cannot share the live pirated link of World Cup football on Facebook | Unnecessary use of electric lights increases light pollution, possibly even more deadly

Therefore, you cannot share the live pirated link of World Cup football on Facebook

FIFA World Cup 2022 has started from Sunday. To watch the live broadcast of the Football World Cup in Nepal, you need to buy a subscription to the 'Himalaya Premium' channel. Some football fans may depend on pirated (stolen and uploaded) sites because they have to buy a subscription.

Third party apps or pirated sites are very risky. By visiting such pirated links and sites, we are putting our digital assets at risk. There may be many users who try to share pirated links on Facebook ignoring these things.

When trying to share a link of an unofficial or pirated site on Facebook, the link will not be shared or sent. After all, how does Facebook know whether any link is pirated or official?

Speaking to Tekpana about this, security researcher Naresh Lamgade says, "Facebook has a history of every link. Facebook already knows which link comes from which source. Similarly, the World Cup live is also available from an official source. Links uploaded by stealing content from official links. Facebook identifies and does not allow sharing."

Not only that, but if any link is a scam, Facebook will identify it and stop sharing it, he says. For example, on social networks, various links to get prizes are being shared by hacking accounts. Copying any link received by us and sending it to other people will not send the link.

However, if we click on that link and put our details, our account will be hacked and the message will be automatically sent to our friends. Hacker's system plays an important role in this. AI instantly detects when you try to manually share a spam link.

Some sites on the Internet are blocked by telecommunications companies. Some are blacklisted. Facebook has information about all these things. If Facebook's AI identifies a link as unauthorized, it will immediately prevent the link from being shared. In some cases, the AI ​​may not know that the shared link is illegal or pirated at the same time.

After the link has been shared, while sharing, liking or commenting, there are also cases where AI has banned the account itself because it knows that the link is pirated. Facebook keeps every user under surveillance so that there is no violation of the copyright of various creators. Facebook is monitoring every activity from the messages we send.

Therefore, copying and sharing not only pirated links but also videos, photos or digital assets of other people or organizations may result in banning of our account. When talking about the World Cup Live, FIFA has given its copyright to various companies.

Under that, the broadcasting company that has got the right to broadcast has placed its signal somewhere in the live. If the World Cup video is uploaded to a pirated site, it is a copyright violation. As a result, Facebook's AI recognizes that link and prevents it from being shared.

Unnecessary use of electric lights increases light pollution, possibly even more deadly

Prakash means light is an indispensable element in our life. Prakash has several works of his own. Light not only dispels darkness, but is very important to the life cycle of many living things in the world. But the technology invented by the human civilization and the artificial light provided by the electronic devices are having a negative effect on all kinds of creatures along with humans.

As much as natural light is necessary for living things, artificial light has an equally negative impact on the life cycle. Most people around the world live in the glow of artificial light at night, and this is causing huge problems for humans, wildlife and the environment. This man-made artificial light is causing 'light pollution'. Many efforts are being made in the world to reduce such light pollution. Light pollution affects the light of the stars in the night sky. Interferes with astronomical research. It disturbs the ecological system. It also has an adverse effect on health and wastes energy.

Why is it necessary to protect natural light?

More than half of the world's population is now living in urban areas. Thus, three out of every four people in the city have never been able to experience the unparalleled experience of the old black sky. 20/30 years ago, the sky was clear and one could walk by starlight at night. But the artificial light that is developing with time is making the light of the stars polluted.

Science has made various inventions to illuminate the darkness. The different types of bulbs, flickering lights etc. that we use now are all factors of light pollution. This light pollution can have devastating effects on plants, animals and natural life. It can also affect the weather in some cases.

The natural world is designed to respond to the patterns of sunlight. Weather is a result of the distance between the sun and the earth. This creates growing and hibernation seasons, which natural life can recognize. Because most organisms are photosensitive. Due to this, artificial light can cause great harm to nature in the coming days.

Too much light, too little light, or the presence of the wrong kind of light can disrupt the natural life cycle of organisms on Earth. Various studies have shown that there are some insects on the ground, which are unable to distinguish between day and night due to artificial light.

The human body itself is very dependent on light. The human body is like a light-dependent plant, which turns its flowers towards the sun. The human body also needs sunlight. Due to the severe lack of natural light, negative radiation is emitted in the weather.

Different types of light pollution

There are many types and sources of light pollution. Light pollution can also cause lack of natural light. Urban lights remove a form of natural light.

Artificial light sources can replace natural light and change it to invisible light. Light found in the radio-wave spectrum can be taken as an example.

Light pollution is specifically divided into five types

1. Extremely bright

Due to the misuse of lights, excessive light is created, which is not even necessary for humans. Lights that are left on, lights that don't turn off even during the day, lights placed on the road are causing a lot of light pollution.

It not only disrupts the natural sleep pattern but also wastes the investment made in such matters.

2. the glow of the lamp

Bright light is the main cause of light pollution. Glare is the reflected light that comes back from the lamp light hitting the surrounding surface, which not only scatters the light but also causes vision problems.

This does not mean that they cannot be seen in the dark, but it creates problems in identifying objects.

3. A lot of light coming together in one place from different sources

Too much light from different lights and bulbs in one place is a man-made problem. This is caused by the poor location or design of the lamp.

Clusters of commercial lights or street lights interfere with night time vision and illumination. Such lights especially affect other animals.

4. Skyglow

In general terms, skyglow is artificial light, which is not the light coming from the real sky.

Skyglow is the sky illuminated by artificial light on earth. Light emitted from street lights, signs, houses and businesses goes up into the atmosphere to change the quality of the light and is returned to the city through the atmosphere.

5. Light tracepass

It is not only a kind of pollution, but also a crime for some areas. Light trespass is a term used to describe light that originates from a lighting system and adversely affects adjacent properties.

Generally speaking, light from one house reaching another person's house is called 'light tracepass'. Which can lead to any kind of theft and other incidents.

Effects of light pollution

1. Effects on humans

Many studies have revealed that the wrong type of light, or too much light, can adversely affect health and reduce the quality of life. Human DNA is designed in such a way that it needs regular amounts of both light and dark.

But this system of natural light and darkness is disrupted by artificial light and can have an adverse effect on human health. It can cause problems like cancer, heart disease, mental illness and insomnia.

2. Effects on animals

Lights can attract or repel animals and insects. The life cycle of most organisms depends on light, which is damaged by light pollution. Animal and insect species may be in danger due to regular deterioration of natural light and darkness.

The effects of light pollution are severe in areas where people have not reached. Animals in these areas can react very sensitively to changes in their natural environment. They may move to other areas with less light pollution, or unwanted species may be attracted to human areas.

3. Effects on Earth and Ecosystems

Earth's ecosystem is dependent on the cycle of natural light. As these ecosystems are generally very sensitive to changes in their environment, they may not be able to adapt to new artificial conditions developed by man-made light pollution.

Light reflected from the atmosphere prevents natural ultraviolet rays from reaching the earth. This disrupts the cycles of growth and decay that depend on our food, air and water supplies.

4. Insomnia

Humans generally prefer to sleep in a dark environment and adequate sleep is important for our physical and mental health.

Many people feel uncomfortable when they are disturbed by light while sleeping. In bright conditions, people can suffer from sleep problems, which can lead to serious health conditions.

5. Impact on vehicular traffic

Too much light or wrong angles due to light pollution can also have an adverse effect on traffic. Because it can cause temporary blindness in people. It can be dangerous while driving. If the driver's vision is adversely affected by the use of excessive lights on some roads, the possibility of an accident may increase.

Light pollution also increases the danger to people. Because it can interfere with important navigation systems for trains, planes and automobiles.

6. Air pollution

Light pollution also increases air pollution. A large amount of electricity is used for lighting at night. This leads to high levels of carbon emissions and other harmful gases, which contribute to polluting the air we live in.