Showing posts with label Facebook. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Facebook. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Candidates paid 67,000 dollars to Facebook in the election campaign, who is first?

Candidates paid 67,000 dollars to Facebook in the election campaign, who is first?

There is only one week left for the representative and provincial assembly elections. The candidates are busy campaigning with their cadres. Everyone continues to have their own passion and style of persuading voters. The use of modern information technology is also abundant in it. Campaigns are going on through social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tik Tok and other internet-based platforms. Which has become natural and necessary. But when looking for the intricacies of the 'electoral network', many knots of problems are found there. The election-focused activities going on in the network reach the financial stage. It seems that the candidates who are contesting to move to the legislative role due to the weakness of the state apparatus and regulators do not pay attention to the existing laws and financial discipline.

Saturday, August 29, 2020

Know useful settings, forgetting Gmail-Facebook password works

Know useful settings, forgetting Gmail-Facebook password works

Nowadays people are working on an official laptop or desktop from work from home. If you are using an office laptop or PC, you must delete your data and password before returning it.

If you go to browser settings, you will see that many of your passwords have been saved. Which needs to be deleted.

If you work in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox,, or any other browser, they ask you to save the password of every website you need to log in. So if you have saved all those passwords, there is a risk of theft.

How many passwords are saved?

When you log in to Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox with Gmail or any other email ID, you will be asked to save the password. Similarly, other types of websites or platforms, in which you log in with a password, are also asked.

In this way, your e-commerce, Facebook, Twitter, etc., many passwords are saved. If you use the Google Chrome browser, you can see the saved passwords by going to the Passwords section within its settings. You can also delete the password saved in this way.

Follow these steps to see the password

First,,, go to Google Chrome Set.

Now go to the password section or go to the search settings above and search by typing the password.

Click on the arrow next to the password.

Now scroll down, there you will see a list of all saved passwords.

All passwords will appear as dots. You can see your password by clicking on the eye button in front of it.

After clicking on the I button you have to enter the system password Otherwise anyone can see the password from here.

If you have forgotten a password, it may be useful for you.
At the same time, it has its downsides. If anyone knows the computer's system password, your passwords may be stolen from here.

How to secure a password in the browser

When you're working on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox,, or any other browser, there are a few things to keep in mind. From which you can keep your password secure.

Always keep your laptop, PC password strong. Use numbers, alphabets,, and special characters for that.

Even so, the browser will ask you to save the password. Only save items that are not in danger of being stolen.

Turn Off Offer to Save Password or Auto Sign In by going to Password from Google Chrome settings. You can also use the Master Password for Chrome extension for Chrome's safety.

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Instagram's 'Tiktok' coming

Instagram's 'Tiktok' coming

The rising popularity of video-sharing app Tiktok has attracted the world's leading technology companies. Following the controversial Chinese app Tiktak, the popular photo-sharing app Instagram is bringing its own 'Tiktak'.

Announcing this on Friday, Tiktok revealed that it is preparing to launch its video-sharing feature. The name of the video-sharing service of Instagram will be 'Reels'.

Reels will be launched in the United States and 50 other countries in August. Remember, Instagram has started testing reels in India since last week. Given India's ban on tickets, Instagram sees the launch of Reels in India as a test.

A Facebook spokesperson said: "We are always looking for what people want and are constantly innovating to improve the user experience. Platforms like Snap, Ticket, and others were created keeping in mind the desires of the people. But we can do that in a new way through Instagram than on those platforms and address the demands of our community. '

In Instagram's video sharing feature reels, users will be able to record, edit 15-second videos, add their favorite music and audio, and upload them to Stories and Instagram's Explore feature.

Instagram and its parent company Facebook are ahead in learning the various features of other apps. In 2016, Facebook and Instagram launched the Stories feature, which allows users to share their lost content within 24 hours.

This feature became very popular on Instagram and within 8 months, the number of users of the Instagram Stories feature surpassed the number of Snapchat users. That number doubled in 2018.

Instagram is not alone in learning about Tiktak's growing popularity. Even YouTube is making its own tick, named Shirts. YouTube shirts will be made public by the end of 2020.


The screen sharing feature on Facebook Messenger, now you can see your friend's mobile screen

Millions of people use the social media site Facebook's messenger service every day. In April, the number of monthly active users of Facebook was 2.6 billion. Facebook is constantly bringing new updates for the users. And, recently, Facebook has added an important feature to its messenger app. The screen sharing feature has now been added to Facebook Messenger.

According to Facebook, the Messenger app will have screen sharing options for Android and iOS users. Until now, this feature was only available in the web version of Messenger, which has now been rolled out to the app version.

According to Facebook, this feature will also be available in Facebook's video conferencing service 'Messenger Rooms'. It is expected that Messenger Rooms will be able to compete with Microsoft Teams and Zoom.

Due to the Coronavirus epidemic, the increasing use of virtual meetings, including video conferencing, has become a necessity for screen sharing features on such digital platforms. From sharing an official presentation, screen sharing is also required for teachers during a video or virtual reading. With the help of the new feature, users will now be able to share their phone screen with anyone in Messenger. This feature will be available to all users with new updates.

This new feature in the Messenger app can be used for one-to-one video calls as well as group video calling of up to eight people. For this, the user has to login to the Messenger app and open the app and make a video call to someone. As soon as the call is added, an option called Share Your Screen will appear in the tab at the bottom of the screen. After tapping on it, the Messenger user connected to the video call will see the screen of your smartphone.

- With the help of the agency

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Six G internet speed, one thousand gigabits per second

Six G internet speed, one thousand gigabits per second

Even the Five G Internet has not yet become commercially global. South Korean company Samsung has already started work on the development of Six G Internet.

It is said that Samsung has a plan to complete the construction of 6G internet infrastructure and bring it into commercial use by 2028. By 2030, the Six G Internet will be widely used in the world.

Samsung launched the Advanced Communication Research Center in May 2019 to develop the SixG Internet. Research by the same research center has projected the future of the Six G Internet.

According to Samsung, by 2030, the world's six billion devices will be connected to the Six G Internet. By then, mobile phones will be available in a variety of formats and technologies, including augmented reality glasses, virtual reality headsets, and holograms.

SixG's ultra-high-speed internet will be essential for multimedia devices such as immersive XR, mobile holograms, and digital replicas. Six G connectivity's peak data speed is expected to be 1,000 gigabits per second. That's 50 times faster than the Five. Five G has a peak data speed of 20 gigabits per second.
To expand network coverage, the Terahertz frequency band will be used in the Six G network. The Six G is expected to use artificial intelligence in wireless communication technology.

At a time when the commercialization of the Five G Internet is still in its infancy in the world, it is not unreasonable to start preparations for the Six G. But according to Sunghiun, head of Samsung's Advanced Communications Research Center, it will take at least 10 years to develop and commercialize the SixG network, so it is important to start preparing for the SixG now.

Google is investing Rs 12 trillion in India

In India, the world's second-most populous country, the world's largest companies have begun to invest heavily. Last April, Facebook invested  5.7 billion in Indian Geo. Less than three months after Facebook announced its investment in India, Google has announced a 10 billion investment.

At a recent event, Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and its parent company Alphabet, announced that Google would invest резреж 10 billion in India over the next five to seven years.

During the Google for India 2020 program, he said that Google's investment will be in the form of equity, partnership, physical infrastructure, and environmental investment. According to him, Google's investment will focus on four important areas of India's digitization. These will include providing easy digital access and information in the languages ​​prevalent in India, production of goods and services based on Indian needs, supporting businesses for digital transformation, and facilitating the use of artificial intelligence and technology in social sectors such as health, education, and agriculture.

According to Google CEO, 26 million small and medium enterprises in India can now be found in Google search.

Facebook connecting Messenger and WhatsApp

Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp are the most popular social media apps used for chatting. Even though Facebook is a company, these two apps operate independently in different ways. But shortly, Facebook plans to connect Messenger and WhatsApp. This means Messenger and WhatsApp users will be able to chat with each other. That is, you will be able to chat from Messenger to WhatsApp and from WhatsApp to Messenger.

The fact that Facebook is about to integrate Messenger and WhatsApp has been revealed from a recently leaked code.

According to experts, web data related to contact and chat functions have been leaked in Facebook's service settings, which indicates that Facebook will be connected to WhatsApp soon.

Just a few months ago, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram would be linked.

WhatsApp, the world's most popular messaging app, is expected to grow in popularity and number of users after being linked to Messenger.

Lately, WhatsApp has been bringing various new features. Along with the Dark Mode feature, WhatsApp has also provided a group video calling feature in which up to 8 people can make group video calls simultaneously.

Apart from this, the shortcut of Messenger Rooms has also been included in the beta update of WhatsApp. From which it can be understood that Facebook has started connecting Messenger and WhatsApp. Agency

Sunday, July 5, 2020

Is Facebook's 'Tick' shutting down?

Is Facebook's 'Tick' shutting down?

Social media company Facebook is shutting down one of its apps, Lasso, which is said to hit Tiktak.

Facebook brought the app in 2018 and it was available in different countries of the world. The Lasso app was especially available in the United States, Colombia, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Panama, Costa Rica and Uruguay. But Facebook has informed the users through a message that the app will be closed from July 10.

Users will be able to keep their data and videos safe before the Lasso app closes.

Remember, Facebook launched the app to compete with the popular video making and sharing app Tiktak. Users can create up to 15 seconds of video in this app as in Tiktak.

While Tiktak was achieving extreme success, the Facebook app did not get much discussion. Also, Facebook could not make it global. Facebook has finally decided to shut down its service.

As soon as the Lasso app is closed, Facebook will now compete with Tiktak via Instagram Reel. Instagram Reel has been launched in Brazil. In Brazil, it has been launched under the name Cenas. After the closure of the Lasso app, Facebook is expected to launch the app on Instagram. Agency

Google bans 25 Facebook data theft apps

Google has removed 25 different Android apps from its Google Play Store. Google has taken such a step after the cyber security company Avina revealed that those apps were involved in stealing the login data of Facebook users.

Avina had revealed that the apps contained malware and through it the Facebook login data of smartphone users was stolen.

The 25 apps have been downloaded 2 million times in the Google Play Store so far. Most of them are app file manager, flash light, wallpaper management, screenshot editor and weather related apps. 

Here is a list of 25 apps that Google has removed from the Play Store:

Super Wallpapers Flashlight


Wallpaper Level

Contour level wallpaper

Iplayer & iwallpaper

Video maker

Color Wallpapers


Powerful Flashlight

Super Bright Flashlight

Super Flashlight

Solitaire game

Accurate scanning of QR code

Classic card game

Junk file cleaning

Synthetic Z

File Manager

Composite Z

Screenshot capture

Daily Horoscope Wallpapers

Wuxia Reader

Plus Weather

Anime Live Wallpaper

iHealth step counter


Social media photos will not be stored in Google Photos

Google will stop automatically storing photos and videos from social media such as Instagram and WhatsApp in the Google Photos app.

According to a recent decision by Google, photos and videos received by users through social media platforms will no longer be automatically 'backed up' in the Google Photos app.

Google said the decision was made to save Internet resources, saying users shared more photos and videos during the Corona virus epidemic.

Google Photos captures the user's device storage as well as bandwidth.

YouTube and Netflix, among others, have already decided to reduce Internet traffic by reducing the pressure on the Internet network to prevent the world from crashing.

These apps will be affected by the recent decision not to store social media content in Google Photos:



§ Instagram








However, photos and videos that have already been backed up to Google Photos will not be affected.

Remember that some apps, including WhatsApp, have the option to disable the option to store videos and photos automatically in the Google app.


Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Top 50 inventive companies in the world this year -2020

Here are the top 50 inventive companies in the world this year

Kathmandu. As in real life, exploration is a powerful combination of operation, shape, and skill. Operations set ambitious agendas and invest in potential opportunities.

Size can turn those opportunities into new sources of income. Skills become an integral part of holistic exploration, which is needed forever.

The size and power of exploration-based companies around the world are growing. Out of the 50 exploration-based companies on Boston Consulting Group-BCG's 2020 list, smaller companies have revenues of 30 billion.

Since the first survey in 2005, their income has increased by 170 percent, or  11 billion. But operation and size are meaningless when your exploration system can't work on it.

BCG's investigation has drawn more serious conclusions about this. A series of explorations is awkward. Out of 162 companies, 50 companies have been at the top of BCG for the last 14 years. 30 companies once fell on this list.

Fifty-seven percent of companies made it to the list three times or less. Only eight companies, including Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Samsung, and Toyota, make it to the list each year.

When BCG began research for the 14th edition of the 'Most Innovative Company' report, COVID 19 arrived. The main theme of this year was about the importance and benefits of a series of explorations.

This discovery has become even more relevant today as the leadership of research is making sweeping changes in supply, demand, consumer behavior, and the way it does business. Besides, companies have doubled their exploration during the current recession.

Companies are taking advantage of investment opportunities and working to overcome this situation. But the development of a clear exploration strategy is a prerequisite for its successful completion, which requires proper investment support.

Your search system should be able to quickly identify and use this opportunity. While researching these topics, a global innovation performance database of thousands of companies was created.

The study was started to find out what practices of those companies enabled him to rise above the rest of the world.

Committed to exploration

For two-thirds of the companies included in the study, exploration has always been a top-three management priority. This is the lowest level of the financial crisis in 2009 and 2010.

The uncertain economy that emerged due to geopolitical tensions before the spread of COVID 19 is also thought to be one of the reasons. This finding can be analyzed more subtly. Committed investigators, who accounted for 45 percent, said exploration was their top priority.

He also mentioned that he has made significant investment commitment. Another concern was that exploration, which accounted for 30 percent, was not a strategic priority and was not a special area of ​​investment.

Similarly, 25 percent of the ambiguous investigators have not invested as much in the strategic importance of the investigation.

The study found that 56 percent of researchers were in the financial and pharmaceutical sectors, 32 percent in wholesale and retail, and 37 percent in industrial goods.

Committed investigators have won. In the business started three years ago, the sales ratio of goods and services to such investigators has increased by 60 percent. The business of suspicious investigators has increased by 30 percent and the business of dilemma researchers by 47 percent.

Even in previous investigative reports, there was a big difference between committed investigators and others. Looking at the example of 2019, there was a big gap between the business of strong and weak investigators when it comes to using artificial intelligence.

The strong investigators involved in this study have found that external investigations, such as incubators and partnerships with educational institutions, have progressed.

According to a 2018 research report, 80 percent of strong investigators digitized their investigative processes well, while 30 percent were weak.

The expanding business of strong investigators is the latest evidence of the strong link between commitment to exploration and its analogy. This situation is seen in all areas related to exploration.

How do committed investigators work?

Most companies try to address multiple exploration challenges at once. But committed investigators handle only a few exploratory tasks at a time and get the right results by addressing them.

They focus on advanced analytics, digital design, and technical platforms. There are various reasons behind embracing these three special things of technology.

For example, advanced analytics has always been a top priority for industrial goods companies looking for new analytics-driven value propositions.

For example, agricultural equipment manufacturers are now moving to create the easiest agricultural technology possible through IoT (Internet of Things).

Even among the most committed investigators, only 60 percent have solved their priority challenge. There is plenty of room for improvement for other companies. Another challenge the success of can not be repeated.

Innovation and discovery

The researchers asked executives at various top investigative companies after 2015. Which has seen a new amazing pattern this year?

When the research was done on this topic, it was found that companies from different fields came to different fields and led the research. For example, Amazon is exploring the health sector, while Alibaba is exploring financial services.

In today's world where all sectors are becoming technical industries, it is very important to be able to develop exploration capacity by merging other sectors with one's own.

Many companies have broken through the wall and entered another area. Three M Company has explored many industries in the last few years.

These include consumer goods, chemicals, construction, and Medtech. Compared to 2016, this trend has increased even more (about 20 percent). New players following this trend are Sony, Nike, Xiaomi, and

If you look at the data at the industry level, software and service companies are entering such areas. Automakers, chemical companies, retailers, and industrial manufacturers are entering the field of other companies.

Because they have seen opportunities in the business model driven by new technology. They have also found a source of income outside their core business.

Top 50 Innovative Companies

BCG's best inventor company is based on a comprehensive survey of 2,500 innovation executives from around the world, selected from a poll conducted from August 2019 to October 2019.

The company's performance was divided into four areas and averaged by calculating scores in the survey.

1. Apple (two location improvements)

2. Alphabet (one place below)

3. Amazon (one place down)

4. Microsoft (in place)

5. Samsung (in place)

6. Huawei (42 place improvements)

7. Alibaba (16 place improvements)

8. IBM (one place down)

9. Sony (back on the list)

10. Facebook (two places down)

11. Tesla (two places down)

12. Cisco (five places above)

13. Walmart (29 places above)

14. Tencent (re-entry in the list)

15. HP (29 places above)

16. Nike (re-entries)

17. Netflix (11 places down)

18. LG Electronics (in place)

19. Intel (re-entries)

20. Dell (21 places up)

21. Siemens (five places down)

22. Target (list re-entry)

23. Philips (six places above)

24. Xiaomi (re-entries)

25. Oracle (re-entries)

26. Johnson & Johnson (12 places down)

27. Snake (one place up)

28. Adidas (18 places below)

29. Hitachi (re-entries)

30. Of cost (re-entry in the list)

31. (newcomer)

32. Volkswagen (six places up)

33. Bus (newcomer)

34. Airbus (re-entry)

35. Salesforce (two places down)

36. JPMorgan Chase (16 places down)

37. Uber (re-entry)

38. Bayer (14 places down)

39. Poster and Gamble (re-entry)

40. Royal Dutch Shell (ten places below)

41. Toyota (four places down)

42. Nestle (re-entry)

43. ABB (newcomer)

44. 3M (five places down)

45. Unilever (13 places down)

46. FCA (newcomer)

47. Novartis

48. Coca-Cola (re-entry)

49. Volvo (newcomer)

50. McDonald's (29 places down)

Source: BCG Global Innovation Survey

The serial numbers for 2020 compared to 2019. Re-entrants are companies that were not on last year's list but were on the previous year's list.

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Facebook bringing bio-metric feature in Messenger

Facebook bringing biometric feature in Messenger

Social networking site Facebook is testing a new feature for its messenger app. This feature will make the Messenger app more secure.

According to Engadget, under the new feature, Messenger will receive biometric authentication tools in the app. Users will be able to use it through Face ID and fingerprint. Remember, this feature is already available on WhatsApp.

This feature allows users to schedule a lock on the app. For which there will be 4 options. The first option is After I leave messenger. That is, when the user exits the Messenger app, the app will lock itself. Apart from this, users will also have the option to lock the app in 1 minute, 15 minutes and 1 hour.

According to a Facebook spokesperson, the new Messenger feature is currently being tested and made available to a number of iOS users. Soon some Android users will be able to use this feature.

Facebook has recently added new features to its platforms. It recently introduced a safety notice feature to protect users from cyber fraud. This feature allows users to receive alerts of any suspicious activity. This feature also provides information on scam identification to the user. Agency

Facebook fired for asking questions about Trump's remarks

WASHINGTON: Facebook has fired an employee who criticized Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg for remaining silent over US President Donald Trump's controversial remarks.

An engineer named Brandon Dale was recently fired by Facebook. Dell also announced on Twitter that he had been fired by the company. Despite the recent social and political turmoil in the United States, Facebook owner Zuckerberg has remained silent, and Brandon has publicly criticized him.

Brandon was dissatisfied with Zuckerberg even after Zuckerberg did not respond to the anti-apartheid 'Black Lives Matter' campaign in the United States. Along with Brandon, Facebook has laid off more than a dozen employees. Out of which 6 are engineers.

Zuckerberg has been criticized for political reasons for his silence on the anti-racism movement. Facebook has fired Brandon. But the reason for his dismissal has not been disclosed.

Protests have erupted in the United States over the murder of George Floyd, a black man, by a white police officer in Minneapolis. President Trump has tweeted against the protesters. But Twitter has been checking facts and hiding Trump's latest remarks. Facebook owner Zuckerberg has been criticized for remaining silent.

Monday, June 8, 2020

Huawei has risen to number two in the smartwatch market, overtaking Samsung

Chinese technology company Huawei is second only to Samsung in the global smartphone market. But in the smartwatch market, Huawei has managed to overtake Samsung.

Huawei's wearable market share has been growing rapidly since the beginning of 2020. According to a recent Wearable Device Tracker report released by the International Data Corporation, Huawei has overtaken Samsung in the market for wearables, including smartwatches and wireless earphones.

Apple remains at the top of the wearables market. Samsung has dropped to third place with Huawei rising to second place.

According to the IDC report, 72.6 million wearable devices were sold in the first quarter of 2020. This is 29.7 percent more than the same period last year. Huawei sold 62.20 percent more wearables in the first quarter of this year than in the same period last year.

In the first three months of 2020 alone, 16.9 million smartwatches were sold worldwide. However, this number is 7.1 percent lower than last year. During this period, Huawei has sold 2.6 million smartwatches.

Huawei sold 118.5 percent more smartwatches in the same quarter last year. At the same time, Huawei has become the only company to sell 100 percent more smartwatches in the first quarter of 2020 than last year. Agency

Facebook bans advertising in Chinese and Russian media

The social networking site Facebook has banned Chinese and Russian state-run media outlets from targeting US users.

Russia and China, along with other government-controlled media outlets, have announced that they will begin "naming government" on Facebook platforms and will ban US-targeted advertising on such media outlets from next summer.

Facebook's official media outlets include Russia's Sputnik, Iran's Press TV and China's Xinhua. Two hundred other similar government media websites will be labeled as government.

However, Facebook will not immediately "label" any US news organization. Facebook claims that even the media run by the US government has editorial freedom.

In the 2016 US presidential election, Facebook was criticized by Russians for abusing Facebook and influencing the election results. Facebook has already admitted its weakness in the incident. Learning from the same incident, Facebook is taking strong steps to prevent the misuse of Facebook by countries including China and the United States to influence the upcoming US presidential election. Facebook has adopted a policy of strict transparency in pages and advertisements for publishing advertisements on its platform.

Remember that the US presidential election is taking place next November.

The listing of state-controlled media, including China and Russia, does not include media run by any leader or political party.

China, meanwhile, has criticized Facebook's move. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman told a news conference on Friday that social media companies should not create certain media barriers.

Russian media outlet Sputnik has issued a statement calling on governments around the world to take control of Facebook, a US-led operation to curb freedom of speech.

However, Facebook is not alone in treating state-controlled media differently. In 2018, YouTube began identifying government-invested YouTube channels. However, critics say YouTube has failed to identify some government-controlled YouTube channels that contain false propaganda news and information videos.

With Facebook's decision to label government-controlled media, there will now be signs of government control on the pages and news feed posts of such media that appear on Facebook.

Having an online meeting? Voice call or other charges!

Due to the global impact of coronavirus disease (Covid-19), the practice of people doing many things online through the internet has increased. One of them is online meeting and conferencing through various apps.

Nowadays, the use of online classes, online meetings and video conferencing for school and campus students has increased widely, whether it is online meetings, video calls in groups with relatives, family members, relatives at home or abroad.

There are many apps and platforms available on the Internet for online meetings. Meetings or conferences can be held from most of the platforms using the internet without any charge other than the internet. However, online meetings from some premium apps or software may incur additional charges.

Before using the online conferencing platform for your meetings or conversations, you need to look closely at the terms of the respective apps or platforms. Dialing international numbers for meetings or dialing international numbers from the respective service provider's customer service center may incur voice call charges or other charges.

Recently, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), India's telecom regulator, said caution should be exercised when using online meeting platforms, saying customers' voice service bills could rise unexpectedly. According to him, on such platforms, customers have been complaining about the charges for voice calls when they unknowingly call international numbers.

In Nepal too, the use of such online meeting platforms for various purposes is on the rise. In the current situation, mobile customers and users need to understand the charges related to the numbers and helplines associated with such platforms. Otherwise, there is a risk that in the case of prepaid customers, the balance from mobile may decrease and in case of postpaid, more bills may come.

Telecom company Ncell has also asked its customers to be vigilant during the increasing trend of online meetings. The company has advised its customers to be aware of this from their Facebook page and to check the terms and conditions while using such platforms.

Since such online meeting platforms and service providers' respective workplaces and customer service centers are located abroad, their numbers are premium or international. Of course, calling such numbers for information, knowingly or unknowingly, may incur higher charges for calling a premium number or international calls.

Sunday, June 7, 2020

New feature added by Facebook, Facebook photos and videos can be moved to Google Photos

Facebook, the most widely used social network in the world, has added a new feature.

Facebook, a new feature launched in the US and Canada last April, is now open to the world.

Facebook has made this service global by improving it based on comments and suggestions from users in the US and Canada.

According to the new feature, photos and videos posted on Facebook can now be moved to Google Photos and stored.

The company has stated that some procedures have to be followed to transfer photos from Facebook to Google.

To move a photo to Google, you need to go to Facebook's 'Your Facebook Information'.

For that you have to go to settings.

Then go to 'Transfer a copy of your photos and videos'.

After clicking there, the photo on Facebook will be stored in Google Photos, according to Facebook officials.

Passwords are also requested to start the photo transfer service.

After linking your Facebook and Google Accounts, users will be able to move their Facebook photos to Google Photos.

Privacy and security challenges for  Xiaomi Phone users

Users of the Chinese phone Xiaomi Phone face privacy and security challenges. As the phone will be used for unauthorized recording and tapping of mobile phones of the users, the privacy of the users of those phones has been questioned. Experts say that this has added to the challenge of cyber security.

Various studies have shown that this phone has more problems with Xiaomi Phone Mi 10, Saomi Ridmi K20, Saomi Mix 3 and other phones.

In a query from Forbes magazine, the company said privacy and security were its top concerns and was unaware of such issues.

The weaknesses of this phone have become public after the data of watching porn videos of various users of Xiaomi Phone came out. According to analytical studies, the incident has brought a significant smile to Saomi's users.

A study by Andrew Deerney, a cybersecurity researcher, found that Saomi sent a lot of data and browsers to Google Play.

It violated the privacy of millions of users, according to a report in Forbes Magazine. Saomi has admitted that it leaked while trying to secure the user's data.

This problem has been seen in not only one of Saomi's but also many series of phones, which has caused psychological panic among the users. At the same time, the impact of the leaked confidential data will be even more challenging in the coming days.

Researchers have concluded that this is even more dangerous as all the activities of the users of the phone will be tracked.

In collaboration with Saomi, this data can be accessed and used by anyone, according to Forbes News.

According to the news, a customer of Saomi had reached the office of Forbes with the phone set of Saomi of Woke. Forbes then proceeded with its research on the subject.

Monday, June 1, 2020

China is bringing digital currency, alarm bells for the US dollar

China wants to introduce a digital yuan called e-RMB in 2022. People moving to China in 2022 may have to shop or transact in the new digital currency here.

It will be a currency that cannot be seen, nor will it be held in the hand like other notes. This is not a fantasy. At a time when all countries of the world were struggling with the corona virus infection, China was embarking on a pilot project on the digital yuan currency. Last month, China's central bank, the People's Bank of China, launched work on the project in four major cities: Shenzhen, Chengdu, Sunzhou and Jiangxi.

A portion of the government employees' salaries in the project will be paid in digital yuan.

Twenty different private businesses such as McDonald's and Starbucks have also participated in the project. If successful, the Chinese government will be able to issue the digital currency nationwide by the time of the 2022 Winter Olympics.

However, this will be done in a phased manner and may take a few years. In fact, work on the project began in 2014. China is working very hard to implement it. There are three main reasons for this: the growing trade war with the United States, repeated allegations by the United States and the West about the corona virus, and Facebook's plans to launch a digital currency called Libra this year.

Radical change

The advent of the digital yuan is seen as an event that could change the world's current balance. It is part of China's ambitious project to end US influence and emerge as a powerful country in the 21st century. According to experts, its successful use could lead to the emergence of a new political and economic system in 10-15 years.

Dr. Faisal Ahmed, a China expert at the Fer School of Management in New Delhi, India, says, ‘India and the United States are also developing their own digital currencies, Lakshmi and Digital Dollars, respectively. But so far this is far from the reality. '

US dollar versus digital currency

Now the Chinese 'Dragon' has overtaken the Indian 'Lakshmi'. But experts say it also threatens the dollar, the world's biggest money maker. According to experts, the US Federal Reserve's multi-billion dollar debt is overvalued. A new currency is definitely welcome. But its global acceptance will take a long time.

The digital yuan is a big step towards bridging the gap with the US dollar. The US dollar is currently the world's most widely circulated currency, beginning in the early 1970's with the end of the gold standard. According to experts, the growing anti-globalization environment is becoming a threat to the dollar due to the trade war between the US and China and the Corona epidemic. However, this change will take time as there is no immediate alternative.

The current value of the US dollar can also be gauged from the fact that in 2019, the US dollar accounted for about 90 percent of international monetary transactions. By comparison, the Chinese yuan accounts for only 2 percent of global payments and reserves.

On the other hand, the US dollar accounts for 60 percent of the world's foreign exchange reserves. Interestingly, there are even three trillion dollars in US currency in China's coffers. China can use it in various ways, from which it will grow. According to experts, China could also use the currency to provide incentives to other countries for geopolitical benefits and to invest in countries involved in the Belt and Road project from Central Asia to the Arctic.

Due to the influence of the US dollar and its importance, the United States has been able to maintain its dominance in world political and economic affairs. Its sanctions against Iran, Russia, North Korea and some other countries, for example, have been made possible by international trade and banks' reliance on the US dollar.

The German bank released a report in January stating that the Chinese digital currency could upset the world's balance of power.

The report said, ‘China is working on a digital currency with the help of its central bank, which it can use as a soft or hard power tool. If companies doing business in China are forced to use the digital yuan, it could certainly destroy the dollar's dominance in global financial markets. ' Of course, the digital yuan and similar digital currencies cannot completely eliminate notes. But it can also lead to the end of third parties, such as credit cards.

Facebook's Libra Versus China's Digital Yuan

The mainstream digital currencies now include Facebook's Libra and the Chinese government's digital currency, according to a report by the German national bank Deutsche Bank. Facebook has nearly 2.5 billion users, a third of the world's population. Similarly, China has a population of 1.4 billion. So both Facebook and China have the potential to push digital currency into the mainstream.

But the important difference between other digital currencies and the digital yuan is this
The digital yuan will be issued by the Central Bank of China. Due to which it will be accepted and trust will increase.
However, all other digital currencies are decentralized and do not fall under the purview of any regulatory authority.

According to Noah Hariri, a young Israeli historian and thinker, money is a myth that has significance around the world. Anyone who trusts the dollar and values ​​it. But as America's power in the world dwindles, another power will take its place. Now China is far ahead in that race.


Monday, May 25, 2020

What does Facebook-Twitter know about you?

When you use various social networks, surfing sites and apps through the internet, you unknowingly give information about yourself.

Ever wonder what the big digital tech companies know about you?

These companies are aware of your following information:


Name, Gender, Date of Birth, Phone Number, Email Address, Location, Relationship Status (Married, Unmarried), Work, Income, Education, Caste, Religious Perspective, Political Perspective, IP Address, Chat.


Phone number, location, email address, IP address.


Name, gender, date of birth, phone number, email address, location, job, education, contacts, content searched on Google, content viewed on YouTube.


Name, Gender, Date of Birth, Phone Number, Email Address, Location, IP Address, Email, Contacts, Phone Call, Chat, Watched Videos.

 What happens in a minute?

What in the world can happen in a minute? With the digitalization of the world, most people are becoming one with the world through the World Wide Web. In this process, we may not know what people around the world do digitally in a minute.

With the digitalization of the world, there has been a huge increase in the use of human digitized content between 2017 and 2018. According to a report published by Word WideWave, in 2017, 900,000 people used Facebook per minute, but in one year, it has increased to 973,000. In 2017, 3.5 million people used Google per minute, but in one year it increased to 3.7.

Similarly, the number of social network Twitter users has increased by 29,000 per minute in the last one year. Twitter, which had 452,000 users in 2017, was used by 481,000 users in one minute in 2018. The number of people using YouTube in one minute has also increased significantly. In 2017, about 4.1 million people opened YouTube in one minute, compared to 4.3 million last year.

According to last year's data, people received about 187 million emails per minute, up from 156 million in 2017.

Misuse of social media, falling into the trap of the law

Have you ever teased or humiliated someone using social media or electronic media? Or have you insulted someone electronically by saying yes? If you do, you may be subject to severe penalties. For the sake of fun, yes, he is my man.
The Information Technology Bill 2075, which was introduced by the government in the federal parliament and has been under discussion since Wednesday, has defined such acts as a punishable offense. The government has presented the bill in the federal parliament with the aim of making electronic media decent, dignified and systematic.

The bill clearly defines the use of social media or electronic systems as a punishable offense for harassing and teasing another person. Some are even prohibited from humiliating, discouraging, insulting, or reprimanding others. In case of such act, the offender will be fined up to Rs. 1 million or five years imprisonment or both depending on the amount of the offense.

Article 85 of the bill, entitled No to Sexual Harassment, states, "No one shall be subjected to any form of sexual harassment or intimidation or intimidation through the electronic system in accordance with the prevailing law."

There is a provision of fine up to Rs. 500,000, imprisonment for five years or both depending on the amount of such offense. No pornographic material will be produced, collected, communicated, distributed, published, displayed, disseminated and even sold through electronic system.

Similarly, the bill has also made strict legal provision on the issue of not being tempted and misusing the system through electronic system. Even if he proposes with the intention of committing sexual exploitation or cheating or any other illegal act, he should be a party to the punishment.
Similarly, the bill has made provision for not doing anything that could disrupt the relationship between Nepal's sovereignty, integrity, nationality or national unity, independence or federal unit through electronic means. A fine of up to Rs 1.5 million or five years imprisonment and both are provided for such offenses.

Personal details cannot be collected without permission

Is no one misusing your personal details in electronic form? If so, doing so would now be considered a punishable offense. The bill has made provision that no one can collect personal details in electronic form except in accordance with the prevailing law.

Those who collect personal details illegally are barred by the bill's information security and privacy provisions. If personal details have to be collected, the person concerned must be informed of the purpose for which the details are required.

If someone illegally takes someone's personal details without giving any information or
The bill provides for a fine of up to Rs 500,000 or imprisonment for up to three years or both for unauthorized use. The proposed bill also prohibits the use, dissemination and exchange of personal details or information for purposes other than those disclosed.

The law includes the provision of collecting details for one purpose and being ready to be punished according to the law if such details are used for other purposes. Provision has been made in the bill to destroy the personal information collected and stored for special purpose within 30 days of the end of the purpose of collecting and storing personal information.
While exchanging, processing and storing the information in electronic form, the processors, savers and service providers should pay special attention to the issue of maintaining confidentiality and integrity. The details prescribed by the government public, financial and health related bodies must be kept safe in accordance with the law. Such information should be kept safe with the guarantee of not leaving the country.

The bill has also included the provision that the government body should not be negligent in using computer and information system indiscriminately. The bill also stipulates that data centers and cloud services cannot be operated without permission. Such centers will have to be renewed every year.

The bill has also given top priority to the issue of cyber security. The Government may designate sensitive infrastructure in the Nepal Gazette by publishing information and communication infrastructure that could seriously affect any national security, economy, emergency services, emergency services, health and public safety.