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Thursday, July 4, 2019

Again interrupted - Worldwide users report issues with Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram

Again interrupted - Worldwide users report issues with Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram

Again interrupted - Worldwide users report issues with Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram

(WebDesk) Once again social media interrupted. Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp users in parts of the world are unable to access some of the apps’ functions on Wednesday.  According to outage tracking website Down Detector, Facebook users in the US and the United Kingdom are among the heaviest hit. Disruptions have also been reported in Asia, Singapore and Manila.

More than 14,000 users reported issues with Instagram, while more than 7,500 and 1,600 users reported issues with Facebook and WhatsApp, according to the Daily Mail.

‘We’re aware that some people and businesses are currently having trouble uploading or sending images, videos and other files on our apps,’ a Facebook spokesperson said, adding that a team is working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible.

Instagram issues centre around posting to the news feed, seeing stories and loading content.

Facebook users say they are having trouble logging in and accessing their feeds, as well as viewing or posting pictures. WhatsApp users are having trouble sending and viewing images, videos and files.
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Friday, June 21, 2019

Next Gen Social Network 'Momentpin' Making Waves in Pakistan

Next Gen Social Network 'Momentpin' Making Waves in Pakistan

Next Gen Social Network 'Momentpin' Making Waves in Pakistan

PR: An app that revolutionizes the concept of privacy was the talk of the town when Nabeel Shaikh sat down with host Sohail Hashmi to launch the next generation social network – Momentpin. The app is a safe haven for parents, as it allows users to have an advanced private network to share their data. After its successful beta version, the app is ready to hit the market as an interview was held for that very reason. Next Gen Social Network Making Waves in Pakistan

Hosted by the National Incubation Centre, Sohail Hashmi asked Nabeel Shaikh his plans for the Momentpin app.

“Right now, the idea is not competition! Momentpin is a safe space for parents and my only aim is to shift the paradigm, and help people understand that even with the privacy features, regular social media is not private” – said Shaikh.

Hashmi and Nabeel also talked about the child account feature. The feature is to allow parents to make an account for their child before they are even born and save their moments forever. The account can be handed over to the child at an appropriate age too.

“The child account feature is a bridge between two generations. Creating an account for your child and sharing their moments at a young age is the perfect way to store and share memories. As the child grows up, they can manage their accounts simply! The best part is that parents will know about their social media activity and their account.”

The Momentpin launch entertained a lot of amazing questions about the app and its features. You can download it from the Apple Store or the Google Playstore now!

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Facebook co-founder calls for breakup of the social network

Facebook co-founder calls for breakup of the social network

Facebook co-founder calls for breakup of the social network

‘I’m angry that [Mark’s] focus on growth led him to sacrifice security and civility for clicks’

In an op-ed written in The New York Times, one of Facebook’s co-founders has called for the social network to be broken up. Chris Hughes, who helped Mark Zuckerberg launch Facebook from his Harvard dorm 15 years ago, says that the Federal Trade Commission should reverse Facebook’s acquisition of WhatsApp and Instagram in order to create more competition in the social media and messaging markets.

Hughes makes the economic argument that Facebook has become a monopoly and that this has limited competition and held back innovation. It’s impossible for users to switch to an alternative social network because no serious competitors exist. Hughes says that no new social networks have been launched since 2011 and that 84 percent of spending on social media ads goes directly to Facebook. He cites the FTC’s breakup of AT&T in the 1980s as well as Whole Foods’ sale of Wild Oats in 2009 as a precedent for how this breakup could happen.

The problem with Facebook goes beyond economics however, Hughes argues. The News Feed’s algorithms dictate the content that millions of people see every day, its content rules define what counts as hate speech, and there’s no democratic oversight of its processes. Zuckerberg’s ownership of the majority of Facebook’s shares means that there’s no internal check on his power, and there’s no government agency dedicated to overseeing a company like Facebook.

“Mark’s influence is staggering, far beyond that of anyone else in the private sector or in government. He controls three core communications platforms — Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp — that billions of people use every day,” writes Hughes. “Mark alone can decide how to configure Facebook’s algorithms to determine what people see in their News Feeds, what privacy settings they can use and even which messages get delivered. He sets the rules for how to distinguish violent and incendiary speech from the merely offensive, and he can choose to shut down a competitor by acquiring, blocking or copying it.”

“Mark is a good, kind person,” Hughes says, “but I’m angry that his focus on growth led him to sacrifice security and civility for clicks.”

Along with breaking up the company, the Facebook co-founder calls for the US to set up a government agency that’s dedicated to regulating tech companies like Facebook. Hughes says the agency should be tasked with protecting people’s privacy, and it should lay down guidelines for how Facebook is allowed to operate, similar to the regulations the EU put in place last year with GDPR.

With his op-ed, which is worth reading in its entirety, Hughes joins a growing number of lawmakers who are calling for the breakup of Facebook. Notably, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has said that she will break up the likes of Facebook if she’s elected president in 2020. Others, including Zuckerberg himself, have called for increased regulation of the big tech firms.

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Space shrinking on social media for dissenters

Space shrinking on social media for dissenters

Space shrinking on social media for dissenters

ISLAMABAD (AFP): Threats, arrests, blocked accounts and restricted posts -- Big Brother is watching more closely than ever in Pakistan as authorities accelerate efforts to censor social networks, further reducing an already shrunken space for dissent.

In the past 18 months, a slew of journalists, activists, and government opponents -- both at home and overseas -- have faced intimidation or the threat of legal action for their online posts.

Censorship is already rife among Pakistan´s mainstream media, with the Committee to Protect Journalists noting last year that strict limits have been "quietly but effectively" imposed on the scope of general news reporting.

Platforms such as Facebook and Twitter were regarded as the last holdouts of dissenting voices, but now that has changed. In February, authorities announced the creation of a new enforcement arm to root out social media users accused of spreading "hate speech and violence" as part of the crackdown.

Gul Bukhari, a columnist and sometime government critic who was briefly abducted by unidentified men last year, said the assault on social media was carefully organised and coordinated. "It is the last frontier they try to conquer," Bukhari explained.

Journalist Rizwan-ur-Rehman Razi was among the people targetted. He was arrested in February at home in the eastern city of Lahore for publishing "defamatory and obnoxious" content against the state. A few days earlier, he had criticised extra-judicial killings. Released after two nights, he has not tweeted since, and his posts have been deleted.

The net cast by the crackdown is a wide one, with Shahzad Ahmad, director of the digital security NGO Bytes for All, pointing to the harassment of civil rights activists, the political opposition, and bloggers.

According to Annie Zaman, an expert on cyber-censorship in Pakistan, this is made possible by an all-encompassing 2016 law that prohibits online posts that are deemed to compromise state security or offend anything from "the glory of Islam" to non-defined notions of "decency and morality".

"Because this law is vague, it gave more space to the authorities to censor online," Zaman said. Offenders can face up to 14 years in prison.

Facebook and Twitter transparency reports show the crackdown was already well underway last year, with a huge spike in requests by the Pakistani government seeking to censor online activity.

Facebook restricted more content in Pakistan than in any other country in the first six months of 2018, according to its transparency figures from that time period, which are the most recently available.

The social media giant said it restricted the availability of 2,203 pieces of content in total -- a seven-fold jump from the previous six months.

All but 87 of the items had been reported by the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority "as allegedly violating local laws prohibiting blasphemy, anti-judiciary content, and condemnation of the country´s independence," it said.

The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority did not respond to requests for comment. Twitter figures for the same time period showed a similar trend, with requests to remove content from 3,004 accounts in Pakistan compared to 674 in the second half of 2017.

A Twitter spokesman said the vast majority of the requests had come from the government, and stressed that the company had acquiesced to none of them. "The authorities are no longer hiding their agenda (or policy) to silence internet-mediated dissent," said Rabia Mehmood, a researcher for Amnesty International.

Even those posting on social media from overseas have found themselves targeted. Twitter routinely sends out a notice to users notifying them when the company receives complaints that their posts have violated a country´s laws.

AFP has found dozens of users who received such a message warning they had violated Pakistani laws -- including 11 who had tweeted from beyond Pakistan’s borders, in countries such as Australia, the US and Canada. The requests represent "a government censor overstepping jurisdiction boundaries", said Jillian York, an expert at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), an American NGO.

Number of #Pakistani accounts reported to Twitter drops

Number of #Pakistani accounts reported to Twitter drops

Number of Pakistani accounts reported to Twitter drops

The number of accounts reported by Pakistani authorities to Twitter dropped to around 2,300 between July and December 2018 from 3,000 in the first six months of the year, according to a biannual report of the social networking website.

The website's transparency report released on Friday said that between July and December, the government sent requests for removal of 193 accounts and reported 2,349 profiles to Twitter, reports Dawn news.

While Twitter did not completely remove any account, it removed some content from 204 accounts for violating Twitter's Terms of Reference as compared to 141 in Jan-Jun 2018.

After the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf party took over the government in July, 192 removal requests were sent by the government and law enforcement agencies and only one request was sent through a court order.

In January-June 2018, three requests for account removal were sent through court orders.

In recent months, users, both local and international, have reported they have received notices from Twitter that termed their tweets "in violation of Pakistani law".

In terms of information requests for accounts, Pakistan made requests for 17 accounts and specified 23 in the second half of 2018 as compared to 22 information requests and 54 accounts specified in the first six months of the year.

Source -IANS and Business Standard

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Indian Court Moves To Lift Ban On Chinese Video App TikTok

Indian Court Moves To Lift Ban On Chinese Video App TikTok

Indian Court Moves To Lift Ban On Chinese Video App TikTok

NEW DELHI (Reuters): An Indian state court on Wednesday moved to lift a ban on popular video app TikTok in the country, two lawyers involved in the case said, in a boost for its developer Beijing Bytedance Technology Co.

Earlier this month, the court in the southern state of Tamil Nadu ordered the federal government to prohibit TikTok downloads, saying the app was encouraging pornography and could expose children to sexual predators.
Acting upon subsequent instructions from the federal IT ministry, Apple Inc and Alphabet Incs Google last week removed TikTok from their Indian app stores.

But on Wednesday, hearing a plea from Bytedance, the state court reversed its April 3 decision pushing for the ban, K. Neelamegam, a lawyer who argued against Bytedance in the case, told Reuters.

Neelamegam added that his client, an individual who had filed a public interest litigation calling for the ban, did not plan to appeal the courts latest decision.

A senior government official told Reuters the IT ministry, once it received the courts order, would ask Apple and Google to allow the TikTok app to return on their platforms.

A spokesman for TikTok said the company welcomed the courts decision. We are grateful for the opportunity to continue serving our users better, he said.

TikTok allows users to create and share short videos with special effects and is one of the worlds most popular apps. It has been downloaded by nearly 300 million users so far in India, out of more than 1 billion downloads globally, according to analytics firm Sensor Tower.

TikTok features memes and music videos, with some clips showing youngsters, some scantily clad, lip-syncing and dancing to popular tunes. Some Indian politicians and parents say its content is inappropriate.

A second lawyer involved in the case, who declined to be named, said Bytedance argued in the state court that TikTok was just a platform where users upload their videos and the company should not be held liable for their actions.

A very minuscule proportion of TikToks videos were considered inappropriate or obscene, the company has previously said in a court filing.

Bytedance had also urged Indias Supreme Court to quash the ban, but the case was referred back to the state court. The ban was resulting in financial losses of up to $500,000 a day for Bytedance, and had put more than 250 jobs at risk, the company had said.

The ban worried the social media industry in India as it sees legal worries mounting if courts increasingly regulate content on their platforms.

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

World’s Biggest Book Sale will soon open its doors in Pakistan for the first time ever with books at 50% - 90% discounts!

World’s Biggest Book Sale will soon open its doors in Pakistan for the first time ever with books at 50% - 90% discounts!

The World’s Biggest Book Sale will soon open its doors in Pakistan for the first time ever with books at 50% - 90% discounts!

The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is known for its feature of being 24 hours throughout its 11 days event

Lahore, March 26, 2019: For the first time in Pakistan, the World’s Biggest Book Sale – the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is coming to Lahore this April! Be ready to experience a staggering collection of more than one million brand-new English language books at an astonishing 50% - 90% discount. Doors will open at 9.00am on April 19, 2019 and close at 11.59pm on April 29, 2019. Taking place at Hall 3, Lahore Expo Centre, the entrance to the sale will be free. 

The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is known for enjoyable, round-the-clock book shopping and this event will be the first chance for Pakistanis to experience a 24-hour book sale. If you are keen to be one of the first people in the country to enter the Sale, passes to the Sale’s VIP Day will be up for grabs soon via contests on the Big Bad Wolf’s Book Sale’s social media pages. The VIP Day gives pass holders, the opportunity to enter the Sale one day before its official opening to general public on April 18 to hunt for their favourite books.

“Our vision of bringing The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale to Lahore will soon be a reality,” said Andrew Yap, Founder of the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale. He further added, “The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Lahore aims to promote a culture of reading through affordable brand new books and there is a clear demand for such books in this region. By making millions of high-quality, English books accessible, we aim to ignite imaginations, foster creative thinking and help empower the future generations of Pakistan.” 

Following official data from UNESCO, the literacy rate in Pakistan amongst the population aged 15 years and older has steadily increased, from nearly 25% in 1980 to almost 60% in 2018. Such a growing generation of young and literate youth will certainly find a potential opportunity at the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Lahore 2019 to enjoy easy and affordable access to a wide range of world class literature.

The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is the biggest book sale in the World, successfully attracting hundreds of thousands of book lovers, occasional readers, students, families and avid shoppers around the World. The book sale also offers generous discounts to delighted book lovers. Readers can find bestsellers, fiction, romance, crime, thriller, non-fiction, novels, business books, art and design titles, cookbooks, and many more. 
Parents will be pleased to know that there is also an assortment of children’s books, including storybooks, activity books, board books, colouring books, picture books, and interactive books. 

The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is also Asia’s exclusive seller of the Little Hippo Augmented Reality (AR) books. Using cutting-edge AR technology to revolutionise reading for the next generation, children are able to read, play and learn through the Little Hippo AR books. The Little Hippo AR books or commonly known as magic books come to life as the character speak, dance and sing getting children more excited to read and learn. Find a range of classic children’s stories such as Cinderella, Little Red Ridding Hood, and Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

“There will be a lot of books at the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Lahore and everyone is invited to come and experience it for themselves” said Awais Akhtar Butt, Director of Big Book Private Limited, organisers of the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Lahore 2019.

Founded in 2009 in Kuala Lumpur, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale has been to multiple cities in the last decade, including Dubai, Jakarta, Manila, Cebu, Colombo, Bangkok and Taipei. Lahore’s very own Big Bad Wolf Book Sale will reflect its commitment to its mission: ‘Changing the World One Book at a Time’. Readers of all interests, financial status or age groups can expect to find bestsellers, novels, business books, art and design titles, cookbooks and a wide range of children’s books from augmented reality to activity books. 

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Fans can stay up to date on the latest Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Lahore 2019 news, giveaways and more via the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale’s dedicated social media pages and website:
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Instagram: BigBadWolfBooks_PK

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

جو دوسروں کی ذاتی زندگیوں کا مزاق اڑاتے ہیں وہ مزاق بن جاتے ہیں، چمر چیمہ کی بیٹی کے حوالے سے مائیکرو بلاگنگ ویب سائیٹ ٹوئٹر پر نازیبا ہیش ٹیگ ٹرینڈ کر رہا ہے : دیکھئے

جو دوسروں کی ذاتی زندگیوں کا مزاق اڑاتے ہیں وہ مزاق بن جاتے ہیں، چمر چیمہ کی بیٹی کے حوالے سے مائیکرو بلاگنگ ویب سائیٹ ٹوئٹر پر نازیبا ہیش ٹیگ ٹرینڈ کر رہا ہے : دیکھئے

جو دوسروں کی ذاتی زندگیوں کا مزاق اڑاتے ہیں وہ مزاق بن جاتے ہیں، چمر چیمہ کی بیٹی کے حوالے سے مائیکرو بلاگنگ ویب سائیٹ ٹوئٹر پر نازیبا ہیش ٹیگ ٹرینڈ کر رہا ہے : دیکھئے

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Another news channel is coming - Hum Network is Launching its Own News Channel very soon

Another news channel is coming - Hum Network is Launching its Own News Channel very soon

پاکستان میں اور نئے نیوز چینل کی انٹری ہونے والی ہے
جی ہاں ایک بہت بڑا میڈیا گروپ  بہت جلد اپنا نیا نیوز چینل پیش کرنے والا ہے، کمپنی کے پاس ملازمت کے بے شمار مواقع کھلے ہیں:  تفصیل پڑھیں

At the meeting of Board of Directors of Hum Network, held on 11th of August, it was decided that a new news channel by the name of Hum News will be launched. The Board of Directors gave its approval to exploit available opportunities in the news genre.

The board of directors has authorized the management of the company to do any acts necessary to complete any corporate, legal and ancillary formalities related to the execution of the project which is to completed in the near future.

Originally, the company was incorporated in Pakistan as a public limited company in February 2004 in the name of Eye TV Limited and later on 18 November 2004 the name was changed to Eye Television Network Limited, and finally on 21 January 2011 the Company name was changed to Hum Network Limited (HNL).

Initial Public Offering for HNL shares was made in June 2005 and the Company was formally listed at the Karachi Stock Exchange in August 2005.

The script HUMNL is currently being traded at Rs 10.70 in KSE 100 which is currently at the level of 45362.8 with 276 points loss.

For the first time in Pakistan a company entered into a share split, the board proposed a subdivision of a company’s capital from Rs 10 to Re 1 per share which was approved in the AGM held on October 27, 2014.

The Authorized and the Paid up Capital of the Company is Rs.1,500M and Rs.945M respectively.

To apply for jobs just visit : Hum News

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Blasphemous content on social ­media - Muslim world to raise online sacrilege at UN

Blasphemous content on social ­media - Muslim world to raise online sacrilege at UN

سوشل میڈیا پر توہین آمیز مواد کے خلاف مسلم ممالک صف آرا
اسلام آباد میں چوہدی نثار کی سربراہی میں اہم اجلاس میں بڑے فیصلے

ISLAMABAD: Diplomats from Muslim nations decided on Friday to raise their voice at all international forums — including the UN — against online sacrilege against the Islamic faith on the internet.

Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan hosted the ambassadors of Islamic countries at the Punjab House in Islamabad in an effort to work out a joint policy to counter online anti-Islam material.

The meeting had one-point agenda: to discuss blasphemous content on social media and how to effectively raise voice against the madness unleashed against Islam and its revered religious figures in the name of freedom of expression.

The participants were unanimous that “the [Muslim] Ummah is united to protect the sanctity and dignity of the religion and the Holy Prophet (pbuh)”.

They decided that a comprehensive strategy paper, encompassing all legal and technical aspects would be circulated by Pakistan’s foreign ministry among the ambassadors of the Muslim countries which they would be sharing with their governments to evolve a future plan of action.

It was also decided that a formal reference would be sent to the secretaries general of the Arab League and OIC, raising the issue of blasphemous content on social media and how such a trend has been hurting the sentiments of Muslims across the world.

The meeting decided that after a response has been received from the governments of Islamic countries, the matter would then be taken up at the level of the United Nations, besides looking into legal options available to follow up on the matter legally in the courts of respective countries from where such content was being generated.

Addressing the ambassadors, the interior minister said: “Distortion of religious beliefs and sacrilege of holy personalities of any religion is intolerable,” adding, “No law permits showing disrespect or distortion of any religion.”

The minister said it was unfortunate that Muslims being the biggest victims of terrorism were being portrayed as its perpetrators. “Muslim Ummah should strive together to impress upon the international community to shed off Islamophobia.”

The minister said: “Distortion of any religion is also another form of terrorism that the international community must acknowledge.”

Nisar said sections of the Western world should shun double standards about Islam and Muslims. “On the one hand, they have laws against any kind of distortion or disrespect towards any religion, while on the other hand, the most revered personalities of Islam are being ridiculed.”

The ambassadors appreciated the initiative of the interior minister to highlight the issue. They agreed, in principle, with the strategy identified by the interior minister.

Ambassadors of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Qatar, Somalia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Algeria, Iran, Jordon, Kuwait, Palestine, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and the UAE, acting ambassadors of Bosnia & Herzegovina and Malaysia, deputy ambassador of Bahrain, high commissioners of the Maldives and Brunei Darussalam attended the meeting.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 25th, 2017.

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