We are living in a world where technology is a crucial need of humanity. We are so used to today’s technology that we employ its sources in our day to day life. It is evident from the fact that we are dependent on computers for everything we do and it has made our lives, easier and comfortable. This technology is the greatest boon to our society and one of the major industries in this regard is Information Technology.
Internet is the most widely used information source in the world now-a-days. You can search easily for a specific topic, free of cost on the internet. Now for this reason internet is getting popular day-by-day. As most of the people reading this knew the importance of website on internet and some of domains has became so popular that every user of internet has to use it daily.
There are a lot of things to love about WhatsApp, but it has its downsides too. Downsides like the barrage of messages from people you’re never going to respond to, and the dreaded giveaway that leaves nothing secret – “Last Seen” notification, so everyone knows exactly when you were online, and when their messages reached you. There are some workaroudns to preserve your privacy on WhatsApp though, and we can tell you how.
In modern times, QR codes are becoming very popular in our daily lives. Smartphones are used to scan the QR codes and the contents gets uploaded on the phone. They are more useful and popular than standard barcodes as they can store (and digitally present) more details, information like url links, text and geo coordinates.
If reports are to be believed The National Security Agency the watchdog for the US government had started a program called MYSTIC way back in the year 2009. According to a new Edward Snowden leak reveals more details on the NSA’s bulk data collection practices for intelligence operations. Reports of the Washington Post published says that the NSA’s MYSTIC voice interception program began in 2009.