Whatsapp,Facebook,Twitter,Instagram Signal & Telegram face problems as India announces new social media rules.

Whatsapp,Facebook,Twitter,Instagram Signal & Telegram face problems as India announces new social media rules.

India’s new social media regulations want social media apps like WhatsApp, Signal and Telegram to identify the ‘first originator’. In cases where social media apps are being used to spread ‘mischief’, the government wants the ability to track down the instigators. Tracking the origin of messages may require apps offering privacy to break end-to-end encryption. To prevent the misuse of social media, the Union government on Thursday announced new rules that make it mandatory for platforms such as WhatsApp to aid the government in identifying the “originator” of certain messages containing unlawful…

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Study shows that Global Tourists are exposed to a greater burden of multi drug-resistant bacteria

Study shows that Global Tourists are exposed to a greater burden of multi drug-resistant bacteria

Travelers can pick up the bacteria even during short visits and further spread the strains after returning home. International travellers are particularly vulnerable to virulent strains of drug-resistant bacteria – often picking up several different types during a trip through spending time in the company of other tourists, a new study has revealed. The global spread of intestinal multidrug resistant gram-negative (MDR-GN) bacteria poses a serious threat to human health worldwide, with MDR clones of E.coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae threatening more antibiotic resistant infections around the world. Researchers monitored a…

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Norway proposes to decriminalize recreational drug use

Norway proposes to decriminalize recreational drug use

Norway’s government on Friday proposed a bill aimed at decriminalising the possession and use of small amounts of narcotics, saying users should be offered treatment rather than face jail. “Decades of repression have taught us that punishment doesn’t work. On the contrary, punishment can make things worse,” Education Minister Guri Melby told a press conference. “Drug addicts need help, not punishment,” she added. Under the centre-right coalition government’s proposal, both possession and the use of small quantities of drugs, including heroin, cocaine and cannabis, would no longer be punishable under…

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UK to become 1st country to approve Pfizer’s covid-19 vaccine: Health workers likely to receive vaccine in a week

UK to become 1st country to approve Pfizer’s covid-19 vaccine: Health workers likely to receive vaccine in a week

As coronavirus cases continue to rise, the UK plans to move fast in the approval process and clearance to Pfizer and BioNTech SE could come by next week.The first deliveries of their coronavirus vaccine could be made available to NHS workers in the UK later this month. The United Kingdom (UK) may become the first country to approve Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate as the companies surge ahead with their production plans before the official rollout across the world. As the coronavirus cases continue to rise, the UK plans…

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There is no need for Coronavirus vaccines: Former Vice President of Pfizer says pandemic is over

There is no need for Coronavirus vaccines: Former Vice President of Pfizer says pandemic is over

The pandemic is effectively over and can easily be handled by a properly functioning NHS. Accordingly, the country should immediately be permitted to get back to normal life, says former VP of Pfizer While Pfizer pharmaceutical had made headlines on the release of their Coronavirus vaccine, a former Vice President and Chief Scientist of the company Dr. Michael Yeadon has said that there is no need for any vaccines to bring the COVID-19 pandemic to an end. According to an article published in Lockdown Sceptics, Dr. Michael Yeadon wrote, “There is absolutely…

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Moderna Says Vaccine 100% Effective Against Severe Covid, Seeks Clearance

Moderna Says Vaccine 100% Effective Against Severe Covid, Seeks Clearance

Moderna Inc will apply for US and European emergency authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine on Monday after full results from a late-stage study showed it was 94.1% effective with no serious safety concerns, the company said. Moderna also reported that the vaccine’s efficacy rate was consistent across age, race, ethnicity and gender demographics as well as having a 100% success rate in preventing severe cases of a disease that has killed nearly 1.5 million people.Moderna said it expects to have approximately 20 million doses of the vaccine, called mRNA-1273, available…

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Gigi & Bella Hadid’s plus-size cousin Joann van den Herik Models for Lingerie

Gigi & Bella Hadid’s plus-size cousin Joann van den Herik Models for Lingerie

GIGI and Bella Hadid are among the most famous models in the industry right now – but did you know about their stunning plus-sized cousin? All credits – Instagram,Debenhams,Mail Jo-Ann van de Herik, 21, is (you guessed it!) a model from the Netherlands with oodles of confidence. The 19-year-old ‘plus-size’ model has been busy carving her own path in the fashion industry, promoting body acceptance on her Instagram account and landing her own completely unretouched lingerie campaign with Debenhams. We caught up with Joann to get her thoughts on body confidence,…

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‘Chill Donald,Chill’: Teenage activist Greta Thunberg tweets & mocks Trump with his own words

‘Chill Donald,Chill’: Teenage activist Greta Thunberg tweets & mocks Trump with his own words

They say revenge is a dish best served cold. Greta Thunberg, the teenage environmental activist mocked by United States Donald Trump in a tweet when she was named Time magazine’s person of the year, waited exactly 11 months before delivering the perfect response. In his December 2019 insult, Trump told Thunberg, 17, to work on her “anger management problem” and to “go to an old-fashioned movie with a friend”. “Chill Greta, chill!” the US president implored in the tweet, which began with him branding her Time award as “so ridiculous”….

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Germany announces 1-month partial lockdown to combat COVID-19:Angela Merkel urges Germans to cooperate.

Germany announces 1-month partial lockdown to combat COVID-19:Angela Merkel urges Germans to cooperate.

 Germany will go into partial lockdown starting today to curb the surge of COVID-19. In a televised address, German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced the new lockdown measures saying the Federal Government had come to an agreement with states to lock down the entire country from Monday for at least two weeks.As Germany began its a partial lockdown, Chancellor Angela Merkel warned that a difficult winter awaits. She called on Germans to follow the rules so the country would be able to have “a bearable December.”This lockdown is less intense compared…

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After Violent Protests,New Curfew Brings Silence to Milan Streets

After Violent Protests,New Curfew Brings Silence to Milan Streets

After 11 p.m., Milan is a ghost town. The piazzas are empty, the streets dark and quiet. In this photo, A street cleaning vehicle is seen washing the square in front of the Duomo gothic cathedral, in Milan, northern Italy. (Image: AP) The silence is broken by the occasional rumble of a bus, streetcar or taxi, gliding through the night with few or no passengers. (Image: AP) Since an 11 p.m.-5 a.m. curfew took effect Thursday (October 22), people can only move around during those hours for reasons of work,…

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