A Nigerian lawyer has touched on the illegality of sharing screenshots of private chats without the consent of the other party. In a video shared online, the lawyer stated that section 37 of the Nigerian constitution frowns at people sharingscreenshots of their conversations with other personswithout consent. According to him, this is an act of … Continue reading “It’s Illegal to Publicize Screenshots of Private Chats Without Permission”- Lawyer
Photo by Torsten Dettlaff on Pexels.com Researchers' findings that the majority of Republican candidates' fundraising emails went to a spam folder in the Gmail accounts owned by Google, while Democrat candidates' emails were delivered, were "horrifying to see," Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel told Newsmax Wednesday, following a filing to the Federal Election Commission about the issue. "These … Continue reading Gmail criticized for ‘horrifying’ treatment of GOP emails
YouTube will be hiding the dislike count on all videos from public view, keeping the thumbs-down button but hiding the overall count of how many other people have clicked it. The decision follows a trial to YouTube to see whether masking negative feedback would make for less harassment, as well as reentering exactly what it … Continue reading Why is YouTube blocking video dislike counts?
Ahead of the two Senate runoff elections in the state, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday slammed China for stealing research and intellectual property from Chinese students studying in American colleges. During a speech at Georgia Tech University in Atlanta, Pompeo termed China's Communist Party as the "central threat of our time", while … Continue reading Pompeo: China is ‘recruiting’ exchange students as spies
The Commerce Department said it will delay enforcement of its order that would have effectively made the Chinese-created video-sharing mobile app inoperable, citing an order by a federal judge in Philadelphia. The implementation of the regulation, that would have barred companies like Apple from offering the app and others such as Amazon from hosting the … Continue reading Why US Commerce Dept is delaying TikTok Order enforcement
Hackers are a menace to data privacy and personal security of netizens, so you need this knowledge to stay safe on social media. Follow these steps to protect your bank, Facebook and Whatsapp accounts: 1. FACEBOOK GO TO YOUR FACEBOOK ACCOUNT SETTINGS, CLICK ON IT, SCROLL DOWN TO SECURITY, CLICK ON IT, SCROLL TO SECURITY … Continue reading How to keep your social media and banking apps safe from hackers
Prince Harry’s relationship with the press has been a complicated and difficult one. His dislike of the media has seemingly intensified following the birth of son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, as he strives to protect his family. Harry grew up fully aware of the impact of the overwhelming media intrusion on the daily life of his mother … Continue reading Does Prince Harry really hate the press?
Google received a welcome victory in the European Union’s highest court in relation to the EU’s “right to be forgotten” rules. For the past five years, EU citizens have enjoyed the right to have search engines remove embarrassing or outdated information from their indexes. At the heart of the case was whether the right to … Continue reading Google wins lawsuit on user rights and privacy
Hackers are not as smart as you think, and they will never steal your WhatsApp passwords, credit card information or private details if you understand their tricks. WhatsApp has now come a very long way; from being a simple chat app to one of the most popular messaging apps, and the company keeps on … Continue reading How to protect your WhatsApp account from hackers
Police in China has received empowerment from the ruling Chinese Communist Party, to legally spy on over 720 million internet users in the country. The authorities now have an express right to access a person's social media contacts in order to prove links to crime. According to a report from Radio Free Asia, China's Ministry of … Continue reading China grants police the right to monitor social media apps
No one and no mobile phone is safe anymore as god-damned hackers have modified a protocol developed in 1975 that makes it possible for them to access your phone by only knowing your telephone number. With this new method, hackers can gain access to your calls, texts, websites, passwords, locations, routes and emails. According to … Continue reading Hackers Can Read Your SMS and Listen To Your Calls By…
Do you wonder what Modellounge means or why beautiful models love thing? Wait a moment. That's just a name, a joint, a relaxation center or you can call it a work space where models relax when they are off duty. The name sounds strange but not until you separate the model + longe, then you'll understand … Continue reading Why Models Love Modellounge