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Couple posts acute selfie but what appeared in the background terrified the people

Couple posts acute selfie but what appeared in the background terrified the people

People’s obsession with photographing has increased in recent days until personal accounts become a gallery of personal images, but we are talking about a picture that caused intense controversy all over the world on social media especially Twitter. A young man named Andy published a picture of him with his girlfriend on his Twitter account, commenting on this by : ” i love my girlfriend even if shes a gemini “, for the first moment you will say it is an ordinary romantic picture like any couple but if you look at the background of the picture you will be surprised or even laugh. The strange thing in the picture is what appeared in the mirror, The face of the girlfriend appeared on the mirror, despite the impossibility of this according to the angle of photography and the position of the body.   There are many theories made for the trick: Therefore, the picture got the admiration of nearly 100,000 people and it is retweeted 50 thousand times. Read More »

Requests for Twitter Snooping Double in Britain

Requests for Twitter Snooping Double in Britain

Requests for Twitter users’ personal information doubled in the UK this year, according to Twitter’s transparency report. Twitter stated that UK government authorities made about 299 requests for users’ personal information between January and July, compared to116 in the previous six months. This makes Britain the biggest requester for Twitter users’ private information in the European Union. Twitter declared that it had complied with 52% of the requests for personal data of tweeters. “Transparency“ Twitter’s transparency report has been published since 2012. Twitter said that worldwide requests for personal data had increased by 52%. The United States was one of the highest requester, and then came Japan and Turkey, but the United Kingdom remained in the top. The company added that it has received nine requests from the UK police and government agencies to remove some accounts content. The company said that it has rejected all requests related to issues such as prohibited content or defamatory statements. Emma Carr, director of Big Brother Watch, praises Internet companies’ transparency reports, through which the police can get data with far greater frequency than any other countries. She added that the government should proactively publish its own transparency report, disclosing the number of ... Read More »