Elon Musk appeal to switch from Whatsapp to Signal has inspired thousands of funny memes on social media
WhatsApp, the encrypted messaging application that boasts a privacy-focused service, will force users to share personal data with Facebook, the company that owns the service, Business Insider reports.
In a message sent to users on Wednesday, WhatsApp says they must let Facebook collect data from the app, including phone numbers, locations and more. If users do not agree by February 8, they will no longer have access to WhatsApp.
As a result of this announcement, several people have recommended using applications such as Signal or Telegram.
"Signal and Telegram are now better alternatives if you are concerned about your privacy," TechCrunch editor Mike Butcher wrote on Twitter. He pointed out the differences between WhatsApp, Signal and Telegram in terms of data collection.
Facebook bought WhatsApp in 2014, and in 2016 offered users the chance to give up sharing data with Facebook.
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7.Look at this
10.Train from Whatsapp
11.Anyone to message
13.People sharing Signalapp
14.Signal App owner
15.Sending links of SignalApp
16.Time to say bye
17.Sharing Signal App
18.Waiting for friends to switch to signal so I can delete my WhatsApp
19.Just use Signal
20.Yes for Signal
21.Use Facebook instead
22.I use Signal every day
23.But when I do I use Signal
28.Use Signal App
The first single in the genre of electronic dance music (EDM) was released by American entrepreneur Elon Musk.
The song is called Don't Doubt ur Vibe - "Do not doubt your emotions." Such a phrase sounds in the first part of the track, in the second part another phrase is repeated - Because it's true, "Because it is true."
It is not clear if Musk's girlfriend, pop musician Grimes, helped him to to create the track. We can only guess.
Elon Musk previously pleased his audience by quoting a song about The Witcher from the eponymous series.
Mr Musk posted the new song on his Soundcloud page on Thursday, and told his followers that both the vocals and lyrics were entirely his own.
In Russia, a women driving an old Niva car has been spotted fillip up the tank with a wireless charger. Or maybe a Bluetooth charger. Either way, once Elon Musk will this video, he will definitely get jealous.
The video has gone viral on the internet and people are starting to make funny comments.
User EHOT59 wrote: This is called the "break" of the pistol ... the operator hung the pistol on the column with the sign "No Gas" but forgot (or maybe got lazy) to lock it or the key-lock itself was broken. Waiting for the arrival of a mechanic to repair the bursting clutch
Another user swell84 wrote: most importantly, she paid for the gas :) everything else doesn't matter :))) And by the way the most important thing is that she wears a mask :)
User Kigo also wrote: you don't understand, the tab tag is stuck with the Wi-Fi icon, which means it is refueling via the Wi-Fi
User RURANI: A very convenient system, by the way. The refueling nozzle can be taken with you and refueled as needed anywhere.
Timurus: And they said that coronavirus only affects the lungs ...
The reaction of Elon Musk when he is watching this video:
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The coronavirus pandemic hits the world's largest companies! Facebook employees will work from home for a long period
Good news for Facebook employees! The founder of the famous social network made an unusual announcement on Thursday, May 21. He said he would allow a considerable number of Facebook's 50,000 employees, as well as new recruits, to work from home all the time!
Mark Zuckerberg said on Thursday, May 21, that in the next five to 10 years, about 50% of Facebook's workforce will work remotely. The founder of the social network added that this will involve, among other things, a radical change in the way the famous Silicon Valley-based company operates.
Mark Zuckerberg explained that the process is a long one and that it will take place in a series of steps that must be followed exactly in order to be successful. The first step is "an aggressive opening of distance recruitment," first in the United States, then abroad, beyond urban centers where Facebook has offices. "I don't think it's good to limit employment to people living around offices," said the Facebook CEO.
The Facebook founder is not the first to think of such a radical measure! Also on Thursday, the head of Twitter announced that his employees could work from home indefinitely. The Canadian e-commerce company Shopify announced a similar measure later that day, as the coronavirus pandemic paved the way for unexpected changes in the organization and operation of large companies around the world.