A study on the specifications of online lies publishers

"Social media allows us to see the news at or shortly after the event, but the problem is that communication has become an easy way to spread false information," says Science.

The magazine cited a new study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) that "false news" outperforms real news via social media.

The British government is considering a proposal to eliminate child addiction to the Internet

The British government is considering a proposal to eliminate the addiction of children under the age of 13 on the Internet by setting specific times for children, during which they can only use social networking sites.

Communication means that the age of the account holder must be at least 13 years old; however, children may turn to this point by entering a fake birth date; however, some sites can recognize the estimated ages of their users, especially children, by browsing habits.

Watch any video on YouTube without internet

Internet, Technology, Internet users often feel frustrated when the video stops watching while waiting for the download due to the weakness of the Internet or its interruption.

 But with the new service provided by Google's YouTube, you can watch videos uploaded through the application without connecting to the Internet, or during the period that does not have mobile Internet service, and will include 125 countries around the world.

Thus, Facebook and Google plan to form authoritarian international alliances to subvert democracies

Communication Technology, International Alliances, Follow-Up / Awad Sallam / "Facebook and Google really control half of online advertising revenue." The billionaire businessman George Soros, a Hungarian-born investor, began a scathing attack on technology giants as monopolizing manipulators, tyrannical to subvert democracies.

Former Operations Manager at Facebookexposes the site

Facebook's former director of operations, Sandy Barraklas, has revealed serious information about the social network giant. He criticized Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and talked about many internal details of how the company deals with offensive content and how user data is collected in an article in New York Times on Sunday 19 November 2017.

"What I have seen at home is a company that gives priority to collecting user data rather than protecting it from abuse," Baracillas said in his article. "This is a good history to remember when thinking about what to do about Facebook in the wake of its role in Russian intervention."

Hamadi Abaid joins Gumia, Africa's largest e-marketing platform

Hamadi Abeid, the pioneer of ready-made garments in Tunisia, has signed a partnership agreement with the first e-marketing pioneer in Africa and Tunisia, Gumia.

The new digital distribution channel of Hammadi Abaid on Gumia will be on the following link www.jumia.com.tn in addition to Hammadi Obaid's store www.ha.com.tn

UK burglars are banned from using the Internet

British authorities have banned a woman from using social networking sites for two years after she abused social networking sites.

The woman copied children's photos from people's accounts on Instagram, used them in her account, and claimed they were sick or dead in order to get the money.

nRansom: A new ransom virus asks naked pictures of victims

A new type of malicious ransom program, users are asked to send nude photos instead of money to decrypt their devices, as MalwareHunterTeam researchers discovered this new kind of malicious ransom software, and in fact does not encrypt the data, but only to prevent the user from Access to his device.

The victims are shown a message on their screens telling them that the only way they can access their computers is to send naked "naked" pictures, and the criminals identify the photos with ten clear personal pictures of the victims.

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