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WhatsApp is a new initiative to make the students of the country aware about cyber security

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WhatsApp joined hands with the CyberPeace Foundation last Friday to raise awareness about cyber security among students across the country. Facebook-acquired WhatsApp claims the initiative is part of their “e-Raksha” program. Through this, thousands of students and youth of the country will be made aware about cyber security. In the first phase, the organization aims to reach 15,000 students in Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Maharashtra in India.

“We are very excited to partner with WhatsApp,” said Vinit Kumar, founder and president of the CyberPeace Foundation. Nowadays most of the students spend their time online. That is why they sometimes fall prey to cyber threats such as cyber bullying, child abuse, fake news etc. So this step of the organization to get rid of all those dishonest activities. “We are committed to maintaining the safety and privacy of WhatsApp users,” said Shivnath Thukral on behalf of WhatsApp India. WhatsApp joined hands with the CyberPeace Foundation last Friday to raise awareness about cyber security among students across the country. Facebook-acquired WhatsApp claims the initiative is part of their “e-Raksha” program. Through this, thousands of students and youth of the country will be made aware about cyber security. In the first phase, the organization aims to reach 15,000 students in Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Maharashtra in India.

“We are very excited to partner with WhatsApp,” said Vinit Kumar, founder and president of the CyberPeace Foundation. Nowadays most of the students spend their time online. That is why they sometimes fall prey to cyber threats such as cyber bullying, child abuse, fake news etc. So this step of the organization to get rid of all those dishonest activities. He added that even if it starts with some students now, later all the students will be given training to be protected from cyber attacks. The Foundation will provide training to the students as well as their parents and teachers. UNICEF and state police will be called in to help.

The NCPCR, UNICEF and MHRD will also help make the WhatsApp and CyberPeace Foundation initiatives a success. Students who receive training will be part of the CyberPeace Club and will be able to pass on their training to others in the future. In a word, all knowledge related to cyber security will be a necessary part of school education from now on. This project should be discussed by the state and national level education boards.

“We are committed to maintaining the security and privacy of WhatsApp users,” said Shivnath Thukral on behalf of WhatsApp India. So WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption system has already arrived to secure users' messages. This has made the app more secure. They are also delighted to partner with the CyberPeace Foundation to protect children and protect young people from cyber threats.

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Beats Studio Professional Leak Shows Apple Ditching the Ear Hooks, Introducing ANC

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A render of the Buds based on leaked images.
A render of the Buds based on leaked photos. Steve Moser

An graphic learned in the iOS and tvOS 14.6 betas reveals the layout for Apple’s approaching Beats Studio Buds. Not only are they the 1st wi-fi earbuds from Apple without having a stem or earhook, but they may perhaps be the very first Beats earbuds with ANC.

Without their signature ear hook, the Beats Studio Professional glimpse similar to earbuds from Samsung and other Apple competition. However, they’re uncomplicated to differentiate from prior Beats earbuds, which could be Apple’s objective. Rumors advise that Apple will also shave down the stems on its 2nd gen AirPods Professional, which may possibly release later on this year.

The Beats Studio Buds in black, white, and red.
The leaked picture of Beats Studio Buds. MacRumors

Like other Apple headphones, the Beats Studio Pro will link to your Apple iphone or iPad mechanically when put in the vicinity of your machine (which is why there are photos of the earbuds in the iOS beta). While we do not know a lot about the earbuds’ characteristics, 9to5Mac reports that they will be the initially Beats earbuds with ANC, a assert based on the iOS 14.6 code.

We really don’t know when Apple will release the Beats Studio Professional, but simply because they’re included in the iOS 14.6 code, there’s a chance that they’ll start ahead of the iOS 14.6 update. Regretably, we do not know when the update will drop possibly. Our greatest guess is that iOS 14.6 will debut in June when Apple launches lossless audio for Apple New music, but once more, it’s just a guess.

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