What is a VPN that protects against social media blackouts? : Pakistan

A VPN is a service that allows users to bypass any internet restrictions imposed in their country.  After the arrest of Imran Khan, social media blackout continues across Pakistan, on which many internet users are asking each other questions regarding VPN.  Just as folklore mentions a sloppy hat that hides you from others, a VPN or virtual private network is a sloppy hat that hides the location of Internet users. And the authorities don't know from where they are using the internet.  Not only this, users can pretend to be in another country while sitting in one country with the help of VPN. For example, you are in Pakistan, but with the help of a VPN, you can pretend to be in the UK, Belgium or Canada.  By doing this, they can bypass any restrictions in their country.  For example, Twitter and Facebook are currently officially banned in Pakistan, but when a user uses these social media platforms through a VPN, they can bypass the ban.  Using a VPN in Pakistan requires registering the service with the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority and using an unregistered VPN is against the law.  Many companies worldwide provide VPN facilities that users can use for free or for a fee.  One such user, Qamar Shehbaz, told Independent Urdu that he has been using the VPN service for almost six years.  Qamar said, 'I am a virtual assistant on Amazon for some American brands. I have to use software for my work that can only be used while inside the United States.'  He said that 'through VPN, the location of my computer temporarily appears to be in the United States so that I can work on these software'.  Qamar also mentioned that they pay a fee for the VPN they use, but there are many VPNs that can be used for free. However, the VPN can only be used for a limited number of hours in the free service.  Another use of VPN is that, for example, some Netflix programs can be watched in the US but not in Pakistan.  People can watch the program by pretending to be in the US with the help of a VPN.   China is developing new technologies to compete with ChatGPT : Vesti The Chinese company iFlytek announced that it has developed new technologies that rely on artificial intelligence to compete with the famous ChatGPT technologies.  The company noted that its new software technology, called SparkDesk, is a generative model of artificial intelligence capable of speech recognition and analysis.  For his part, the CEO of the company said: "SparkDesk's new technologies are currently able to understand the Chinese language better than ChatGPT, and by next October it will be a competition for American technologies in the field of understanding the English language."  According to iFlytek, "experts in the company are working on developing new technology continuously, and experts at Huatai Securities have noted that SparkDesk is ahead of other artificial intelligence systems in language recognition, and the artificial intelligence system with which it operates is capable of creating long written texts, words and phrases." Intelligible and correct language.  The available information indicates that iFlytek shares have grown by 95% since the beginning of this year, and their value has increased by 10% after the announcement of the new technology.    Musk warns of a massive "purge" of Twitter accounts : Vesti The famous American billionaire, Elon Musk, warned of a massive campaign during which many accounts on Twitter will be deleted.  Musk said on his social media pages, "Twitter will start deleting accounts that have been inactive (for several years)," warning that users of the application will notice a decrease in the number of users due to the aforementioned "cleansing" campaign.  "We delete accounts that haven't shown any activity in several years, so you may notice a drop in your follower count," Musk wrote.  Musk indicated that “Twitter” will archive the tweets of accounts that will be deleted from the application, while he did not mention whether users will be able to restore their accounts.  According to Twitter's current policy, users must log into their accounts at least once every 30 days, or they can be deleted due to "extended inactivity."  Musk had said in December last year, "Twitter was in the process of deleting 1.5 billion inactive accounts, referring at the time to accounts that had not had any publications, tweets or interventions for several years."    The Russian bank "Sberbank" chooses a Russian-made cloud platform to work with data, Tangle The Russian bank "Sberbank" chose software developed by the Russian company Tangle as one of the components of the common data environment.  The software consists of a basic core and a 3D viewer, as a program for viewing 3D objects and working with augmented reality. This technology is now being implemented. It is planned that multiple users will work with the new platform. Among them are not only Sberbank employees, but also contracting companies, which will ensure the exchange of digital data at all levels.  When Sberbank needed a new engine for the common data environment, its specialists selected six national IT solutions, all of which were subjected to testing using the engine on undeveloped equipment, working with big data models and their speed.  And Tangle's national Russian 3D renderer showed the best results in finding a quick solution, ensuring high throughput, correct conversion and instant loading of information.  Tangle is a Russian software developer, headquartered in Yekaterinburg, Russia's Ural region. It participates in the Domestic Software Developers Association. Since 2020, the company has been developing its own cloud system to work with BIM data, and the Tangle platform is included in the National Software Registry.     "WhatsApp" protects its users from spam messages : Wabetainfo Wabetainfo announced that those in charge of the "WhatsApp" application have begun testing a new feature in the application to protect users from spam messages.  According to the available information, the new test version of the application "2.23.10.8" for Android systems featured a new test feature that enables members of messaging groups to inform the group's administrator about a specific message published by a member, if they think that the message is disturbing or offensive.  After the administrator of the messaging group receives the notifications, he can examine the reported messages and assess whether they are appropriate for the group policy or not, and then decide to delete them or keep them in the joint correspondence if he decides to do so. He will also be able to take certain actions against the member in the group who has been Report his messages.  In order for the new feature to be available to members of the messaging group, the administrator of the group must activate the new “Admin Review” option, after which the members will see the “Report Messages” option.  Wabetainfo indicated that the new feature is still in the development phase, and may be launched in a test form with some versions of "WhatsApp" for smart devices that will appear in the future.

A VPN is a service that allows users to bypass any internet restrictions imposed in their country.

After the arrest of Imran Khan, social media blackout continues across Pakistan, on which many internet users are asking each other questions regarding VPN.

Just as folklore mentions a sloppy hat that hides you from others, a VPN or virtual private network is a sloppy hat that hides the location of Internet users. And the authorities don't know from where they are using the internet.

Not only this, users can pretend to be in another country while sitting in one country with the help of VPN. For example, you are in Pakistan, but with the help of a VPN, you can pretend to be in the UK, Belgium or Canada.

By doing this, they can bypass any restrictions in their country.

For example, Twitter and Facebook are currently officially banned in Pakistan, but when a user uses these social media platforms through a VPN, they can bypass the ban.

Using a VPN in Pakistan requires registering the service with the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority and using an unregistered VPN is against the law.

Many companies worldwide provide VPN facilities that users can use for free or for a fee.

One such user, Qamar Shehbaz, told Independent Urdu that he has been using the VPN service for almost six years.

Qamar said, 'I am a virtual assistant on Amazon for some American brands. I have to use software for my work that can only be used while inside the United States.'

He said that 'through VPN, the location of my computer temporarily appears to be in the United States so that I can work on these software'.

Qamar also mentioned that they pay a fee for the VPN they use, but there are many VPNs that can be used for free. However, the VPN can only be used for a limited number of hours in the free service.

Another use of VPN is that, for example, some Netflix programs can be watched in the US but not in Pakistan.

People can watch the program by pretending to be in the US with the help of a VPN.


China is developing new technologies to compete with ChatGPT : Vesti

The Chinese company iFlytek announced that it has developed new technologies that rely on artificial intelligence to compete with the famous ChatGPT technologies.

The company noted that its new software technology, called SparkDesk, is a generative model of artificial intelligence capable of speech recognition and analysis.

For his part, the CEO of the company said: "SparkDesk's new technologies are currently able to understand the Chinese language better than ChatGPT, and by next October it will be a competition for American technologies in the field of understanding the English language."

According to iFlytek, "experts in the company are working on developing new technology continuously, and experts at Huatai Securities have noted that SparkDesk is ahead of other artificial intelligence systems in language recognition, and the artificial intelligence system with which it operates is capable of creating long written texts, words and phrases." Intelligible and correct language.

The available information indicates that iFlytek shares have grown by 95% since the beginning of this year, and their value has increased by 10% after the announcement of the new technology.



Musk warns of a massive "purge" of Twitter accounts : Vesti

The famous American billionaire, Elon Musk, warned of a massive campaign during which many accounts on Twitter will be deleted.

Musk said on his social media pages, "Twitter will start deleting accounts that have been inactive (for several years)," warning that users of the application will notice a decrease in the number of users due to the aforementioned "cleansing" campaign.

"We delete accounts that haven't shown any activity in several years, so you may notice a drop in your follower count," Musk wrote.

Musk indicated that “Twitter” will archive the tweets of accounts that will be deleted from the application, while he did not mention whether users will be able to restore their accounts.

According to Twitter's current policy, users must log into their accounts at least once every 30 days, or they can be deleted due to "extended inactivity."

Musk had said in December last year, "Twitter was in the process of deleting 1.5 billion inactive accounts, referring at the time to accounts that had not had any publications, tweets or interventions for several years."



The Russian bank "Sberbank" chooses a Russian-made cloud platform to work with data, Tangle

The Russian bank "Sberbank" chose software developed by the Russian company Tangle as one of the components of the common data environment.

The software consists of a basic core and a 3D viewer, as a program for viewing 3D objects and working with augmented reality. This technology is now being implemented. It is planned that multiple users will work with the new platform. Among them are not only Sberbank employees, but also contracting companies, which will ensure the exchange of digital data at all levels.

When Sberbank needed a new engine for the common data environment, its specialists selected six national IT solutions, all of which were subjected to testing using the engine on undeveloped equipment, working with big data models and their speed.

And Tangle's national Russian 3D renderer showed the best results in finding a quick solution, ensuring high throughput, correct conversion and instant loading of information.

Tangle is a Russian software developer, headquartered in Yekaterinburg, Russia's Ural region. It participates in the Domestic Software Developers Association. Since 2020, the company has been developing its own cloud system to work with BIM data, and the Tangle platform is included in the National Software Registry.




"WhatsApp" protects its users from spam messages : Wabetainfo

Wabetainfo announced that those in charge of the "WhatsApp" application have begun testing a new feature in the application to protect users from spam messages.

According to the available information, the new test version of the application "2.23.10.8" for Android systems featured a new test feature that enables members of messaging groups to inform the group's administrator about a specific message published by a member, if they think that the message is disturbing or offensive.

After the administrator of the messaging group receives the notifications, he can examine the reported messages and assess whether they are appropriate for the group policy or not, and then decide to delete them or keep them in the joint correspondence if he decides to do so. He will also be able to take certain actions against the member in the group who has been Report his messages.

In order for the new feature to be available to members of the messaging group, the administrator of the group must activate the new “Admin Review” option, after which the members will see the “Report Messages” option.

Wabetainfo indicated that the new feature is still in the development phase, and may be launched in a test form with some versions of "WhatsApp" for smart devices that will appear in the future.

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