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Amazon Jungle is selling like hot cakes on Facebook

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Amazon Jungle is selling like hot cakes on Facebook The world's largest Amazon rainforest is now in grave danger. It is the main source of the Amazon River in South America. It covers an area of ​​5,500,000 square kilometers, which covers the territory of nine South American nations. The land mafia is now trying to turn the Amazon rainforest, which is home to about 3 million species of plants and animals, into arable land. Due to this, the very existence of this region is on fire. Despite the ban on deforestation, the work is progressing at a rapid pace. Not only that but now the world's largest social networking platform like Facebook is selling Amazon jungle land. In the future, not only the indigenous peoples living in the Amazon jungle but the whole world will be affected. A BBC investigation has found that some Brazilian land mafia gangs are selling illegally occupied land in the Amazon rainforest on Facebook. There are plenty of such ads on Facebook, offering to buy land

Facebook is bringing a smartwatch under its own brand to challenge Apple

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Facebook is bringing a smartwatch under its own brand to challenge Apple Social media giant Facebook is going to bring a smartwatch. The information company has written the news saying that the company is going to bring a smartwatch with health and massage features. The company has not yet named the product. But it will support Google's Android operating system. As Facebook develops its own operating system, Google will no longer have to rely on second-generation smartwatches. Meanwhile, many may be interested in what the smartwatch that Facebook will bring. According to sources, the service of this smartwatch will be integrated with the apps of the company including Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp. It is also said to support cellular connectivity, which allows you to send and read messages without a smartphone. In addition to the messaging feature, the smartwatch will also include a fitness feature. For this, smartwatches will be connected with the hardware a

European Parliament interrogation of Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google

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European Parliament interrogation of Facebook, Amazon, Apple, and Google The world's largest technology companies, including Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google, have come under scrutiny from European Union (EU) lawmakers. The hearing is set to take place on February 1 at the EU headquarters in Brussels. Where the CEOs of the mentioned technology companies have been invited. Currently, American companies dominate the technology world. The hearing is being held with a plan to break the dominance. Europe has put forward a new European Commission proposal to create an environment of healthy competition among technology companies and to control fake news and harmful content spread online. The European Parliament is due to give its opinion on the proposal by next month. The European Parliament is set to question the CEO of the technology giant for the same opinion. The letter sent by the parliament to the CEOs states that they understand the current business model of the company and its

Case filed in India against Cambridge Analytica for stealing Facebook data

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Case filed in India against Cambridge Analytica for stealing Facebook data A case has been filed in India against the British company Cambridge Analytica for stealing the data of an Indian Facebook user. In India, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed a case against Cambridge Analytics for stealing data from Facebook. Cambridge Analytica has been providing political advice in particular. According to the CBI, the company claims to have stolen the data of more than 562,000 Indian Facebook users. Earlier, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad had said that the CBI had been tasked with investigating Cambridge Analytics, which was accused of stealing Facebook's data. Based on that, the CIB has filed a case against the company. Another company, Global Science Research (GSRL), has also been sued in the same incident. A study by the CBI found that Global Science Research had stolen data from 5.62 million Facebook users in India and that the data had increased with Cambridge Ana

Not allowed to advertise on social media in Turkey

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Not allowed to advertise on social media in Turkey The Turkish government has banned advertising on social media, including Twitter, Periscope, and Pinterest. The regulatory body, the Information Technology Authority, has banned advertising on such platforms. Earlier, Turkey introduced a law on social media. The law also bans advertising on Twitter, Periscope, and Pinterest. According to the information, advertisements on such social media will have to be done only by the local representatives of those platforms. This means that Twitter, Periscope, Pinterest will have to appoint local representatives in Turkey. The companies have not yet made public any plans to have representatives there. YouTube is currently the only local representative in Turkey. Facebook has also said it will immediately have a local representative in Turkey.

Now Facebook and Instagram will give appropriate captions

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Now Facebook and Instagram will give appropriate captions Now, captions will appear on the photos posted on Facebook and Instagram. A recent feature will analyze the image and recommend appropriate captions. This type of system is targeted at visually impaired users, according to Facebook. So that in the future those users can find their picture soon. Alt-text is a field in image metadata that describes any image content in detail. For example, 'A man is standing in a field with a horse' or 'A dog is sitting on a ship'. With the help of this, even people who cannot see with their eyes can read the interpretation of the picture and imagine everything. The technology, developed by Facebook and Instagram over the past few years, is now accessible to all. Facebook launched its 'Automatic Alt Text' system in 2016. This was a long-running project in the field of machine learning. So far, the company has made many revisions. The company has mentioned that it has made i

Tired of Facebook sponsors and ads? Here's how to get rid of it.

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Tired of Facebook sponsors and ads? Here's how to get rid of it. Everyone is annoyed by the ads and sponsored pages coming up on Facebook. We are all looking for a way to get rid of it. But the key part of Facebook's revenue modality that you live in our data is not easy to stop advertising. But if you have mistakenly liked any page or any ad that is constantly coming to your feed, we will tell you the option to hide it today. To do this, first, go to Settings in the account's drop-down menu. Then click on Add in the drop-down menu below Facebook settings. After clicking on Advertisers inside the ad. Below the headline 'Advertisers You've Seen Most Recently', a list of the most viewed ads and Facebook pages you see on Facebook appears. On the side of that list is the Hide Aids button. Keep tapping Hide Ads on the side of the page you don't want to see. If so, no ads will come to your feed from these pages. The same page will also have the pages you like, whi

Facebook fined Rs 710 million for sharing user information

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Facebook fined Rs 710 million for sharing user information In South Korea, Facebook has been fined by an organization that protects the personal information of its citizens. Facebook has been fined  6.06 million, or 714.9 million, for providing information about its 3.3 million citizens to another company without prior notice. South Korea had formed the Personal Information Protection Commission only last year. According to the commission, there are a total of 18 million Facebook users in South Korea. Of that, 3.3 million Facebook users have been given information to other companies, including evidence that Facebook has been taken action. The commission has stated that Facebook has been providing such data since 2012. The commission said Facebook had sent the letter to Ireland. He called the Facebook activity a "criminal activity" and called for an investigation. "We've been supporting the investigation from the beginning," said a Facebook spokesman. Information

Do this to prevent your Facebook from being hacked.

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Do this to prevent your Facebook from being hacked. Facebook accounts have been hacked and data leaks have been heard by various users. Nowadays, there are very few people who do not use Facebook, the largest social network. It is not easy to stay away from Facebook for fear of data leaks. If you take some precautions, you can avoid the risk of your Facebook data being leaked or hacked. Today we are giving you tips on how to keep your Facebook account secure. Protect your password Most users keep their passwords intuitive for fear of forgetting them. From time to time, cybersecurity experts have been warning about passwords that can be easily guessed. So always keep a long password. Strengthen your password by adding lowercase letters, uppercase letters, special characters, numbers, and more. Also, keep different passwords for different accounts. So that Facebook is safe when any other account is hacked. Check the login device You can easily find out which devices your Facebook is logg

Facebook unveils new software that can translate into 100 languages

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Facebook unveils new software that can translate into 100 languages Facebook has unveiled a new software based on machine learning. Which can translate 100 languages ​​into English. Facebook claims it is the world's first software that can translate 100 languages ​​into English. Facebook's software is open-source artificial intelligence software. Content in more than 160 languages ​​on social media is designed to be translated into the user's language. More than two billion Facebook users will be able to take advantage of this software. Angela Fenn, the software's research assistant, said Facebook's research team had been working on the software for years. He claims that this new software is better than any other tool. "We want to translate from Chinese to French," Angela Fann said on her blog. But on most platforms, we have to translate from Chinese to English and from English to French. Because English training data is easily obtained. While our model ca

Facebook has launched a dating app in 50 countries

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Facebook has launched a dating app in 50 countries  Facebook has brought its own dating app. The company has unveiled its new dating app in Europe. Facebook's new app will compete with apps like Tinder, OkCupid, and Happen. According to The Verge, the Facebook dating app has been made public in about 50 countries in Europe. The company wanted to make the dating app public on February 14 this year, Valentine's Day. But the launch of the app has been delayed due to the Coronavirus epidemic. The Facebook dating app had already been made public in the US. What's in it According to the information received, matching is done according to the user's interest in the Facebook dating app. Facebook's Active and Interests and Dislikes will be used to suggest appropriate matches to users. Facebook's dating app will only be available in the mobile version. Users will also be able to use their Instagram and Facebook photos on their profile or timeline. Users will also be able

6 Bug found in the mobile browser, threat of 'address bar spoofing' attack

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6 Bug found in the mobile browser, threat of 'address bar spoofing' attack Cyber ​​security researchers have found bugs (address bar spoofing) in six popular mobile browsers, including Safari and Opera. Address bar spoofing vulnerabilities have affected these mobile browsers and opened the door for malware delivery, phishing and malicious activity, the researchers said. The security vulnerabilities found in some browsers have been resolved and some are still problematic. The bug was discovered by Rapid Seven and independent Pakistani researcher Rafi Baloch. The six different browsers include Apple Safari, Opera Touch / Mini, Yandex, Bolt, RITS and UC Browser. They point out that these browsers allow cyber attackers to present fake webpage addresses. Users use such browsers for all kinds of applications needed in daily life. UC Web and Ballet Browser have already patched the bug, while Opera is expected to fix the bug by November 12. The attackers were found to be using executab

how to change Facebook Messenger's chat theme

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Here's how to change Facebook Messenger's chat theme We are always using Facebook and Messenger. However, we may not know about some of the features that are available in it. Similarly, Facebook Messenger has a feature, of which we are very much aware. That is, changing the chat theme of Messenger. Some of us have been using the same classic theme since we downloaded Messenger. This is because we are not accustomed to the theme. However, we have the option to change the theme of Messenger. Today we are informing you about this feature. For that, your Facebook Messenger must be updated at the beginning. If you have Messenger updated, open Messenger first. Click on someone's chat as soon as you open Messenger. Or search the person with whom you want to change the chat theme. Now open a chat with that person. Click on the call and the next option next to the video call at the top right of the chat. As soon as you click on that option, you will see an option called 'Theme&#

Facebook will ban anyone who posts like this!

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Facebook will ban anyone who posts like this! Facebook has announced it will ban pages, groups, and Instagram accounts that publish posts representing any conspiracy. Facebook has taken this step based on the 'Quinn conspiracy theory' that started three years ago. Quinn is a conspiracy theorist who has been accused by prominent US politicians and A-list celebrities of being involved in child sexual abuse. According to CNN, this is an attempt to weaken the regime of US President Donald Trump. In three years, Quinn's followers also developed many contradictory theories. Last year, a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) official warned that followers of the QA could be involved in internal terrorism. In August, President Trump praised Quinn's followers for their support. "I don't know much about it," he told a White House briefing. I realized that they liked me and supported me. I appreciate it. ' According to CNN, in August, Facebook shut down some of i

Facebook's Express WiFi service in Nepal in collaboration with WorldLink

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Facebook's Express WiFi service in Nepal in collaboration with WorldLink Facebook has launched Express WiFi service in Nepal. The service was launched in collaboration with WorldLink and Facebook.  Express WiFi facility will be provided in 7,500 places in Nepal. At a virtual press conference held on Thursday, WorldLink announced that it has collaborated with Facebook. Facebook's Express WiFi project has already entered Nepal. The main objective of which is to provide cheap and high-speed internet facility to the general public. In this project, which started in 2015, Facebook has now entered into a collaboration with an internet service provider in Nepal. Facebook has launched the Express Wi-Fi service intending to help economic development by increasing internet access in developing and low-income countries. These include seven countries in Africa, India, and Nepal in Asia, two in Southeast Asia, and two in South America. Under this service, cheap, reliable, and high-speed pub

Trump's post was blocked by Facebook and Twitter for giving false information about Covid

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Trump's post was blocked by Facebook and Twitter for giving false information about COVID Posts by US President Donald Trump on social media Facebook and Twitter have been blocked. Both Facebook and Twitter have blocked his post, saying it gave false information about COVID 19. President Trump posted on Facebook and Twitter that the seasonal flu is more severe than corona. Facebook has removed the post altogether, while Twitter has hidden the post, saying it is outside the site's rules. Hidden Trump tweet "The tweet contains misleading and harmful information about Kovid," Twitter said. That's why the tweet is out of everyone's reach. ' Social media has come up with a separate policy saying that the current situation of Kovid 19 could be aggravated due to misinformation. Accordingly, both Twitter and Facebook have rules against spreading rumors about Kovid.

Facebook has been accused of spying through Instagram

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Facebook has been accused of spying through Instagram Many users around the world could not log in to these platforms due to the downing of Facebook and Instagram servers last night. Users have joked about it on Twitter. Meanwhile, Facebook has been accused of spying on Instagram users. Facebook has been accused of using a phone camera for this. According to media reports, when iPhone users weren't active on the photo-sharing app Instagram, they still had access to Instagram with their phone's camera. However, Facebook has denied all the allegations. What happened In a lawsuit filed in San Francisco on Thursday, New Jersey Instagram user Brittany Canditi said, "The app's camera was used on purpose. All this is done to collect important and important data of the user, otherwise, no one will have access to the camera. ' What's going on The issue between Candidate and Instagram is in the San Francisco District Court. The complainant alleges that this was done to o

Facebook's announcement to stop political advertising

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Facebook's announcement to stop political advertising Facebook has announced a ban on political advertising a year before the US presidential election begins. Elections are being held in the United States on November 3. According to Facebook's announcement, only political advertisements submitted a year before the election will be banned, while advertisements submitted before October 27 will not be banned. Until now, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been discounting political ads. That is why candidates have been using it to spread false or misleading information. Social networks such as Twitter and Pinterest have already banned political advertising from serving them. Facebook says it can also remove posts that discourage people from voting. Facebook has stated that posts like "Kovid-19" may be removed while going to the polling station. Zuckerberg, the company's CEO, said the coronavirus epidemic would be removed to discourage people from voting. He also said th

Screen sharing facility in Facebook Messenger too

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Screen sharing facility in Facebook Messenger too Facebook, the world's most popular social network, has added a feature to its messenger chat. Facebook has launched a new screen sharing feature that can be used from a mobile phone or tablet. The company has informed that such a facility can be used from Android and iOS mobiles. This feature can be used when there is a conversation between more than one person in Facebook's messenger room or group chat. Currently, Facebook app users can share screens with eight people in group chats and 16 people in the messenger room. The company also said that it will soon make arrangements to share the screen with up to 50 people in the messenger room. To use this feature, users will need to add a newer version of Messenger to their mobile or tablet. In order to share the screen, you have to press 'Share Your Screen', 'Start Sharing' and 'Start Broadcast' in the new version of Messenger.

Facebook has introduced a feature to chat between Instagram and Messenger

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Facebook has introduced a feature to chat between Instagram and Messenger Facebook on Wednesday announced plans to allow Instagram and Messenger users to chat with each other. Instagram users will now be able to experience different types of messaging as soon as the new option is updated. Like Messenger, you can change the chat color, react through emoji, watch videos together, delete messages, and other features. At the same time, such users will have the option to chat with friends who use Facebook. Apple will provide the information. These features will be available in Instagram's inbox as soon as the user agrees to update. With Crush Platform Messaging Interoperability, users will be able to chat with their friends and family on the world's two largest social networks through the same messaging app and use other chat apps. According to Facebook, the new interoperability will work whether Instagram users have a Facebook account or not. Facebook plans to add its WhatsApp to t